In literature:
But you will say, a great many other Northerners tell us so, who can have no political motives.
"The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus" by American Anti-Slavery Society
His motive was impatience, his thoughts were gloomy, and his courtship was like the pawings of an elephant.
"Caleb Williams" by William Godwin
The stock of its sustaining motives was exhausted.
"Renaissance in Italy Vol. 3" by John Addington Symonds
Of other and more questionable motives I shall say nothing here.
"The Felon's Track" by Michael Doheny
Mr. Lloyd George bowed to the force of these motives, but yielded to the greater force of Mr. Wilson's resolve.
"The Inside Story Of The Peace Conference" by Emile Joseph Dillon
Why, then, should not a wise man, through purely selfish motives, begin early to cultivate the gentle art of giving joy?
"Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall" by Charles Major
This idea of the kingdom of heaven, so central in Christianity, is also the essential motive in the religion of Zoroaster.
"Ten Great Religions" by James Freeman Clarke
I have kept your secret for my own interest, and now you will keep mine from the same motive.
"Hatchie, the Guardian Slave; or, The Heiress of Bellevue" by Warren T. Ashton
The motive does not matter much to the poor victim.
"An Illustrated History of Ireland from AD 400 to 1800" by Mary Frances Cusack
Truth, right, and duty are motives of a different order.
"The Whence and the Whither of Man" by John Mason Tyler
The motive of the orchard is prettily conceived and carried out with spirit.
"Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece" by John Addington Symonds
We are not too nicely to scrutinize motives as long as action is irreproachable.
"The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. II. (of 12)" by Edmund Burke
I refer to it for example's sake and not from evil motives.
"The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 1"
With somewhat staggering frankness, Douglas laid bare his inmost motive for unflinching opposition to Great Britain.
"Stephen A. Douglas" by Allen Johnson
He gave no clue whatever to his motive.
"Verner's Pride" by Mrs. Henry Wood
If so, no trace of her body, no clue to her murderer, no motive for the deed, has been discovered.
"Out of a Labyrinth" by Lawrence L. Lynch
Of greatest worth are the motives which spring from desire for the general good; these are moral motives.
"A Review of the Systems of Ethics Founded on the Theory of Evolution" by C. M. Williams
It implies thought and feeling, ideals and motives, valuation and choice.
"Ethics" by John Dewey and James Hayden Tufts
No, we are lovers of Liszt, but the martyrdom motive has been sounded too often.
"Franz Liszt" by James Huneker
Can you hope to find the true Good in a life whose aims are so sordid, whose motives so selfish?
"Expositor's Bible: The Book of Ecclesiastes" by Samuel Cox
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In poetry:
How strange are the stories we sometimes read
In faces we meet by the way,
They unconsciously tell of motive or deed
That the tongue would refuse to betray.
"An Open Book" by Jared Barhite
God knows what motive such large zeal inspires,
God knows the star for which I climb and crave,
God knows, and only God, the eating fires
That in my bosom rave.
"Aspiration" by Madison Julius Cawein
Let a just ambition fire
Every motive and desire
God and man to serve:
Man, with zeal and honour due,
God, with gratitude most true,
And all the spirit's nerve!
"Aspire" by Martin Farquhar Tupper
When the motive is right and the will is strong
There are no limits to human power;
For that great Force back of us moves along
And takes us with it, in trial's hour.
"Limitless" by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
'Twas a new motive from their homes to day
That drew an eager wondering people out,
Like those who from Mount Zion took their way,
From Judah and the regions round about
"Baptism In Lake Aluumette" by Nora Pembroke
New hopes, new motives, all things ever new
Expelling all things old, however dear,
Uproot the mind from growing strong and true,
And the poor heart in all its longings sear.
"Moving On" by Martin Farquhar Tupper
In news:
It's true: Anger can be a great motivator for change.
There are so many things to motivate you when running outside: beautiful scenery, speedy runners to secretly race, and fresh air to keep you fueled.
Robbery called motive in Sequatchie slaying.
It's fine to share the good news about your kids – but first consider your motives and your audience.
It's about that time again, the time for Monday morning motivation.
Stanley Cup motivates Brea sponsor.
The 3rd District challenger calls the mailer politically motivated.
All over the world there are educated, skilled, motivated people dreaming of a better life in another country.
Thåe Greenbacks were trounced by a motivated Nickerson team 38-0 in the season opener.
Has signed an agreement with customer service motivational and strategy firm ServiceElements of Scottsdale, Ariz.
The motives people have for entering the public sphere often are murky.
The FBI has been called into the Wisconsin Sikh temple investigation on the grounds that shooter Wade Michael Page had ties to white supremacist organizations, but no motive has yet been determined.
The Proper Motivator Ensures That the Bar Mitzvah Celebration Boogies.
Profit motive to WoF cause.
The Mendocino County Railway Society would like to thank the Mendocino County Museum, Roots of Motive Power and all the generous volunteers who gave 'their all' to the Hand Car Races, Kinetic Carnivale and grand ball last weekend.
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In science:
This classiﬁcation enables to observe in theorem 4.5 a startling rigidity of these motives with respect of A, which we call the motivic dichotomy of pro jective linear groups.
Upper motives of products of projective linear groups
We then study the case of indecomposable motives lying in the motivic decompositions of pro jective homogeneous varieties under the action of products of pro jective linear groups.
Upper motives of products of projective linear groups
These results are certainly of independent interest, and are then related with the theory of upper motives in the last section to get our motivic classiﬁcation results.
Upper motives of products of projective linear groups
Keywords: Grothendieck motives, upper motives, algebraic groups, Severi-Brauer varieties.
Upper motives of products of projective linear groups
By [K¨oc91] (see also [CGM05]) the motive M (XF ) ∈ CM(F ; Λ) is isomorphic to a ﬁnite direct sum of Tate motives.
Upper motives of products of projective linear groups
Moreover by [CM06] X satisﬁes Rost nilpotence principle and thus the results of [CM06] (see also [Kar11]) show that the motive of X decomposes in an essentially unique way as a direct sum of indecomposable motives.
Upper motives of products of projective linear groups
The motive of X is denoted h(X ) and by deﬁnition is the motive (X, ∆X, 0) where ∆X is the class in CHdX (X × X ) of the diagonal in X × X . A morphism between two motives (X, p, n) and (Y, q, m) is a correspondence in q ◦ CHd+n−m(X × Y ) ◦ p.
Chow groups of smooth varieties fibred by quadrics
In this case there are several ways to compute the Chow motive of X in terms of the Chow motive of B .
Chow groups of smooth varieties fibred by quadrics
By, the Chow motive (with integer coeﬃcients) of the F -variety G/P decomposes in a ﬁnite direct sum of shifts of the motive of the F -varieties Spec K ′, where K ′ runs over intermediate ﬁelds of the extension K/F .
Unitary grassmannians
There is a decomposition M (Xr ) ≃ Mr ⊕ M such that the motive M is a sum of shifts of M (Spec K ) and for any ﬁeld extension L/F with split hL the motive Mr is split (meaning is a sum of Tate motives).
Unitary grassmannians
The motive Mr (deﬁned by Xr uniquely up to an isomorphism) will be called the essential motive of Xr (or the essential part of the motive of Xr ).
Unitary grassmannians
According to the general result of, any summand of the complete motivic decomposition of the variety Xr is a shift of the upper motive U (Xs ) for some s ≥ r or a shift of the motive of the F -variety Spec K .
Unitary grassmannians
Any summand of the complete decomposition of the essential motive Mr is a shift of the upper motive U (Xs ) for some s ≥ r .
Unitary grassmannians
Remark 7.8. A motive is split if it is isomorphic to a ﬁnite direct sum of Tate motives. A motive is geometrical ly split if it becomes split over an extension of the base ﬁeld.
Unitary grassmannians
Dimension dim P of a geometrically split motive P is the maximum of |i − j | for i and j running over the integers such that the Tate motives M (Spec L)(i) and M (Spec L)(j ) are direct summands of PL, where L/F is a ﬁeld extension splitting N .
Unitary grassmannians
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