That, ultimately, is a good thing, but I am also grief-stricken.
Though no prison sentence for a juvenile is a good thing, at least I knew I would be released one day.
The only good thing that can be said about it is that the President seems to be too sensible to actually consider doing it.
A little fresh air could be a good thing for the grand old party, even an Arctic blast from Alaska.
And a good thing too, because we are only halfway through the Queen's Jubilee weekend.
All strange places were Nazareths, and all strangers were Nazarenes, and the cry was, ‘Can any good thing come out therefrom?’
It was a good thing that from any cause the transgressor should find his ways hard.
Some good thing, after all, could come out of this community—such was the triumphant discovery the lady's manner implied.
And verily it is not a good thing to live in the East for any length of time.
It is a good thing, though, that we can give the dogs as much raw meat as they will eat; they certainly require it.