sieyes was very busy reading his prayers, and, for a few moments, he did not perceive their departure.
The Council of Ancients was to be brought around by the influence of sieyes.
They took the hint, and divided the spoil; sieyes taking the lion's share.
sieyes, an experienced observer of such scenes, was still on horseback in the court, and quickly re-assured him.
This certainly was not very democratic, and yet sieyes was soon afterwards the most rampant of all possible democrats.
A neat remark was made upon the abbè sieyes, to whose prolific mind the revolution and all its changes have been imputed.
His name was sieyes, and you all know that he too had been a priest before the Revolution.
That of sieyes in particular, and that of Talleyrand, are master-pieces, full of life and expression.
sieyes was greatly alarmed at the generosity of some of Napoleon's acts.
sieyes was the only one whose talents and influence Napoleon feared.