We have built no national temples but the Capitol; we consult no common oracle but the Constitution.
Art! Who comprehends her? With whom can one Consult concerning this great goddess?Ludwig van Beethoven
Consult, v.t. To seek another's approval of a course already decided upon.Ambrose Gwinett Bierce
Having been informed of events by Vice-Chancellor von Papen, President Hindenburg summoned General Goering, in his capacity of Chief of Police, and myself to Neudeck. Our instructions are to Consult with you on the measures to be taken to ensure internal peace. If a complete relaxation of tension does not immediately take place (and to this end we must avoid any ministerial crisis), martial law will be proclaimed.werner von blomberg
A witch is a person who hath conference with the Devil to Consult with him or to do some act.edward coke
When I went there, I did not think to have done this. But perceiving the spirit of God so strong upon me, I would not Consult flesh and blood.Oliver Cromwell
In this case, the United States had particular reason to Consult most closely with those Caribbean countries which had called on it to help resolve the crisis. Nevertheless, their lack of consultation was regrettably less than we would have wished.geoffrey howe
Why clog your head with tedious facts about the past when you can simply demand an exam review sheet or Consult Google or Wikipedia?laura penny
To Consult the statistician after an experiment is finished is often merely to ask him to conduct a post mortem examination. He can perhaps say what the experiment died of.ronald fisher
There is a reason for the affected profession of " anarchist sympathies" among Tories and grandees, and of " libertarian principles" by Hobbesian yahoos of the right. Among the former, one sees the upholding of the view that a gentleman's business and property are his own, and none of the government's. Among the latter, a distaste for democracy, for taxation, and for the need to Consult others about the planet.christopher hitchens
The state of nature has a law of nature to govern it, which obliges every one: and reason , which is that law, teaches all mankind , who will but Consult it, that being all equal and independent, no one ought to harm another in his life , health , liberty , or possessions.john locke
When you want to drain the marsh, you don't Consult the frogs.
[...] the old adage that, if you intend to drain a swamp you should not Consult the frogs, [...]"
We have built no national temples but the Capitol; we Consult no common oracle but the Constitution.
When struck by a thunderbolt it is unnecessary to Consult the Book of Dates as to the precise meaning of the omen.
What I state as certain is certain for me. It has approved itself as such in my experience. Let others Consult their experience, and see how far it tallies with that which is here set forth.
We must Consult Brother Jonathan.
He who cannot find time to Consult his Bible will one day find he has time to be sick; he who has no time to pray must find time to die; he who can find no time to reflect is most likely to find time to sin; he who cannot find time for repentance will find an eternity in which repentance will be of no avail; he who cannot find time to work for others may find an eternity in which to suffer for himself.
When I write, I Consult Wikipedia 30–40 times a day, because it is really helpful. When I write, I don't remember if someone was born in the 6th century or the 7th; or maybe how many n's are in "Goldmann"... Just a few years ago, for this kind of thing you could waste a lot of time.
Though, after all, the will of God will be done, it behoves us not the less to help destiny to be beneficent by our own best endeavours. Think carefully, Consult Her Highness, your mother: I am not fond of trouble, and should not have come all this distance to see your Excellency were I not deeply interested.