Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
A title, according to Eco, must muddle the reader's ideas, not regiment them.
Professors were equally excited by an institution that did not want to regiment them in departments or dictate what they had to teach.
The Plan existed to regiment the closed society that had spread to the last frontier that rockets could reach.
Companies are lettered A through I, with a number signifying which regiment it belongs to.
He also shows how more and more legislation is enacted by the state to control and regiment this new class of wage workers.
No way to regiment the heebie-jeebies or make 'em walk a straight line."
That was Papa's idea--not to regiment me, he told Mama.
The Unity reputedly liked to regiment people's home lives as much as it regimented everything else.
By this time, Applewhite did not regiment his disciples' lives as strictly as he had and spent less time with them.
Kutuzov and Bogdan Khmelnitsky regiment them.
It harked back to the bad old days when children were Regimented in classrooms that were no better than Torture Chambers for Little Minds.
These rights are the very antithesis to the totalitarian doctrine which seeks to regiment the people and control the human will as the price for presumed efficiency in government."
Face had seen Wedge shaking his head over these minute decorative differences, but the squadron commander had never stepped in to regiment the Wraiths on such matters.
The regiment inherited the designation "Duke of Cambridge's Own" from the 77th Foot, to which regiment it had been awarded in 1876.
It was first formed in 1908 in order to regiment the various Volunteer Force battalions in the newly formed County of London, each battalion having a distinctive uniform.
There was, however, no effort to prescribe common dress or uniform housing, to eat at a common table, or to regiment personal lives, beyond seeing that the work due the order was accomplished.
Bad enough that most of his walking life was spent following orders, but to have to take them from someone who expected to regiment his personal life as well was more than he could stand.
"Nor is it remarkable that the wearing of black should have spread in a period of political change that saw the increasing utilization of a cruel state religion to regiment a resistant empire."
The last man was an officer in the military service of the Honourable East India Company, and Ramage apologized for his borrowed uniform, admitting to be uncertain to which regiment it belonged.
While Mr. Dell has grown into the consummate high-technology manager, marshaling his troops as effectively as they regiment Dell's just-in-time factories, Mr. Jobs has remained a notorious antimanager.
This was formed in 1908 in order to regiment the various Volunteer Force battalions in the newly formed County of London, Queen Victoria's Rifles were one of twenty eight units brought together in this way.
This theory of group mind was also pioneered by Edward Bernays who suggests, 'If we understand the mechanism and motives of the group mind, it is now possible to control and regiment the masses according to our will without their knowing it'.
"Now, given how the Empire likes to regiment things, even though there is no official Imperial religion, I am betting that somewhere among all the uniforms brought back are at least a few standard imperial Army Chaplains' robes, or something of that nature.
In late 1914 they regiment was split up with the Regimental Head Quarters and A Squadron being attached to the 27th Division ; B Squadron joined the 28th Division while C Squadron joined the 29th Division.