allowance being made

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  • He was a year younger than I, and young-looking even when that allowance was made. Cited from Little Dorrit, by Charles Dickens
  • She might have come oftener, for considerable allowance was made for family affection. Cited from Essays in Rebellion, by Henry W. Nevinson
  • No allowance was made for his tender years. Cited from Windjammers and Sea Tramps, by Walter Runciman
  • No allowance was made for what is nowadays known as a "professional error". Cited from Myths of Babylonia and Assyria, by Donald A. Mackenzie
  • Due allowance is made for the fact that the most of our citizens of German birth and descent are good Americans. Cited from Bob Cook and the German Spy,Tomlinson, Paul Greene
  • When, however, due allowance is made for this loss, the results produced are always in exact proportion to the amount of force originally set free. Cited from The Story of Creation, T. S. Ackland
  • No allowance is made for capability of development, intellectual or physical. Cited from Mission to Central Africa in the Years 1850-51, Vol. 2, by Richardson
  • Yet when every allowance is made, the transaction is sufficiently offensive. Cited from Critical and Historical Essays, by Macaulay V1
  • The northern nations have a superstition which bears some resemblance to the evil eye, when allowance is made for circumstances. Cited from Zincali, Gypsies of Spain by George Borrow
  • Allowance being made for the difficulties of their position, they are conducting the war with a fair regard to the rights of neutral nations. Cited from Great Britain and the American Civil War, by Ephraim Douglass Adams
  • What allowance was made to you then?-Three pecks of meal a week; and there are seven of us in the family. Cited from Second Shetland Truck System Report, by Guthrie
  • After all allowance is made for this fact, however, there is still an immense amount of unnecessary waste of time through non-attendance. Cited from New Ideals in Rural Schools, by George Herbert Betts
  • Nevertheless it is enough that, due allowance being made for the place our world holds in the universe, nothing can be done for it better than what God does. Cited from Theodicy, by G. W. Leibniz
  • But when due allowance was made for this natural habit of command, Lord Shaftesbury was delightful company. Cited from Collections and Recollections, by George William Erskine Russell
  • More allowance is made for temperament, and there is less anxiety to force all spiritual life into the same mould or scheme. Cited from The Unity of Civilization, by Various, Ed. by F.S. Marvin
  • The voices of the singers sounded very well, when allowance is made for their bashfulness. Cited from Metlakahtla and North Pacific Mission, E. Stock
  • To each adult male an annual allowance is made of from forty to one hundred dollars, according as his position and labor necessitates more or less clothing. Cited from Communistic Societies/United States, By Nordhoff
  • And when this allowance is made, what wonderful passages we have in Kalidasa's poem! Cited from Translations of Shakuntala and Other Works, by Ka*alida*asa
  • No allowance is made for accidents where diplomatic interests are at stake. Cited from Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle #11
  • Theoretically we no longer hold the insane responsible, and some allowance is made for children and the obviously defective. Cited from Crime: Its Cause and Treatment, by Clarence Darrow
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