He says the amount of responsibility which it puts upon him makes him nervous.
It's his only compensation for the outward restraints he puts upon himself.
We have a common enemy, and we must find a remedy for this curse she puts upon us.
Far am I from intimating that this puts upon her the stigma of moral delinquency.
How little strain it puts upon our popularity or our courage!
"There is no stint to the honour the Empress puts upon me," I said, as I knelt down and took my seat.
In all fairness and reason, we must again consult the writer of the words about the sense which he puts upon them.
What more impressively show the value that he puts upon a man's personal independence,—his right to himself?
The Constitution gives the Government this power, and no other—puts upon it this duty, and no other.
After all, liberty is the greatest possible slavery, for it puts upon a man the responsibility of taking care of himself.