because he was in very truth a god, to be carried at the funerals of his relatives, which ancient custom was still being observed.

because they must be--just and merciful laws.

because it was called so in a Chicago paper.

because it has the constitution and nature of one.

because it is close by the sewer-grating of the gutter, so that the blood would run down at once, and would leave fewer traces.

because this great trading, manufacturing, and commercial class has amassed such enormous wealth and influence, and is able to command the Press, and social position, and votes and representation on public bodies and in both Houses of Parliament, that it succeeds in impressing the nation generally with the idea that _its_ welfare is the welfare of the whole people, and its prosperity the advantage of every citizen.

because the world could not subsist without it; for, had all been rich, none could have submitted to the commands of another, or the necessary drudgeries of life; thence all governments must have been dissolved, arts neglected, and lands uncultivated, and so an universal penury have overwhelmed all, instead of now and then pinching a few.

because her face was long and wan, and her nose a bit one-sided.

because here, in the little recess in the great wood, the hush was most pronounced.

because it curved, and disappeared from view.

because of the risk, sayin' I must not endanger my life on account of mother, an' insistin' that at some future time escape would be more easy than then.

because we have no conception of a Universal Power that works at any higher level than the generic, and consequently to reach a specific personal exercise of creative power we should have to conceive of ourselves as transcending the Universal Law.

because of his friendship with Pericles.

because it was a curiously grim one--like the tragedy that had been acted in it.

because the cat will be out of the bag then.

because it was the way by which they hoped to get to the Suez Canal.

because the Calvinism of the eighteenth century found itself face to face with a dangerous Antinomianism.

because in one deplorable passage the author remarked that Norbert's kisses had left their trace on the Countess's brow.

because it can not swell and harden into arrogance.

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