Absence from whom we love is worse than death, and frustrate hope severer than despair.
It is now time for our nation to frustrate the wild dreams of the whites.sadao araki
I use the rules to frustrate the law. But I didn’t set up the ground rules.f. lee bailey
If it is the case that one Department of this Government deliberately organised a leak to frustrate a Minister in the same Government, that is not only dirty tricks but a habit that is inimical to the practice of good government in this country.john smith
Whatever job they give me, I'll try to be useful to the country. That's what I intend. But if they frustrate me with their manoeuvres we know them, those smart operators: no need to say more here if they frustrate me, it's not my fault.constantine p. cavafy
He who would not be frustrate of his hope to write well hereafter in laudable things ought himself to be a true poem.john milton
Nothing could be of worse consequence, than that an officer of the Court should combine with a criminal to frustrate the sentence of the Court.
I use the rules to frustrate the law. But I didn’t set up the ground rules.
The judge's authority depends upon the assumption that he speaks with the mouth of others. That is to say, the momentum of his utterances must be greater than any which his personal reputation and character can command, if it is to do the work assigned to it – if it is to stand against the passionate resentments arising out of the interests he must frustrate – for while a judge must discover some composition with the dominant trends of his times, he must preserve his authority by cloaking himself in the majesty of an overshadowing past.learned hand