The ejected officer -- fortunate in the unkindly shove that sends him forth betimes, to struggle amid
a struggling world -- may return to himself, and become all that he has ever been.
Nevertheless, when the name of the king was now and then uttered unthinkingly amid
all these cardinal jests, a sort of gag seemed to close for a moment on all these jeering mouths.
The youth could see the two flags shaking with laughter amid
the smoke remnants.
Then into the forest little Annie went; and as she passed along the dim, cool paths, the wood-flowers smiled up in her face, gay squirrels peeped at her, as they swung amid
the vines, and doves cooed softly as she wandered by; but none could answer her.
Even so; for, the cloth being removed, the general's health had been drunk, amid
shouts of applause, and he now stood upon his feet to thank the company.
It was during one of my lonely journeyings, amid
a far distant region of mountain locked within mountain, and sad rivers and melancholy tarn writhing or sleeping within all -- that I chanced upon a certain rivulet and island.
The stranger paused, and, for a moment, seemed lost in thought; then, with every mark of agitation, pursued rapidly a route which brought us to the verge of the city, amid
regions very different from those we had hitherto traversed.
Still steadily rising, we passed over a narrow granite bridge and skirted a noisy stream which gushed swiftly down, foaming and roaring amid
the gray boulders.
Having thus, amid
a general titter, played very prettily with his interrupter, the lecturer went back to his picture of the past, the drying of the seas, the emergence of the sand-bank, the sluggish, viscous life which lay upon their margins, the overcrowded lagoons, the tendency of the sea creatures to take refuge upon the mud-flats, the abundance of food awaiting them, their consequent enormous growth.
In the busy street, in the crowded room, in the grind of work, in the whirl of pleasure, amid
the many or amid
the few--wherever men congregate together, wherever the music of human speech is heard and human thought is flashed from human eyes, there, shunned and solitary, the shy man, like a leper, stands apart.
The car, which was now almost touching the ground, rose again, amid
the cries of the Talabas; but, half an hour later, the balloon was again falling rapidly, because the gas was escaping through the pores of the covering.
Accident has cast them amid
certain surroundings, but they have always a nostalgia for a home they know not.
He, on his side, perceived nothing that was going on in the hall; he wagged his head with the unconcern of a Neapolitan, repeating from time to time, amid
the clamor, as from a mechanical habit, "Charity, please
There was a dramatist whose name of late had been much heard at Heidelberg, and the winter before one of his plays had been given at the theatre amid
the cheers of adherents and the hisses of decent people.
Just facing it, on the crest of the opposite hill, the village of Schon Grabern could be seen, and in three places to left and right the French troops amid
the smoke of their campfires, the greater part of whom were evidently in the village itself and behind the hill.