Dr. Coates observed, “I did not see it as sexual, but I saw it as inappropriately intense because it excluded everybody else.”
According to the decision, “Both Dr. Coates and Dr. Schultz expressed their opinions that Mr. Allen did not sexually abuse Dylan.”
Yet for writers like Coates, somehow none of this is enough.
Along the way, Coates also emphasizes the tight connection between brain and body.
Coates chronicles and pays his respects to this kind of proposal but seems to feel that they would be mere genuflection.
"I can't help you any more," observed Belton to me, as we sat in the lobby of the Coates House where he was putting up.
I rejoiced to see that Miss Montenero did not live with Mrs. Coates.
Why, Mr. Coates, that wall must be higher than a five-barred gate, or any stone wall in my own country.
I only wished that my mother had been present to receive an antidote to Mrs. Coates.
I heard the door-bell ring, and I heard Coates's regular tread as he proceeded along the passage.