A major political standoff was only adverted when a bipartisan group of senators known as the Gang of 14 negotiated a compromise.
He adverted to these causes—they were, the rawness of the troops, and the superiority of the Indians as marksmen.
And this is understood, and often adverted to by the immoral themselves.
Another particular may be adverted to: the attempt to cover property from the just demands of creditors.
I have adverted to the way cattle should be treated in winter as stores.
The settlement of the Samoan problem, to which I adverted in my last message, has accomplished good results.
The present point is one to which I have adverted in an earlier place.
She then adverted to the power of religion in subduing the passions, that of love among the rest.
So far I have adverted to only one of the problems which are elucidated by this investigation.
Mr. L. then adverted particularly to the constitution, and observed that it contains general principles and powers only.