But the announcement
of the death of Joseph Buquet had served them as a brutal reminder that, whenever they had disregarded the ghost's wishes, some fantastic or disastrous event had brought them to a sense of their dependence.
cried Renee, unable to hide her emotion at this unexpected announcement
Although I had some lingering doubts, I feigned great delight with Toby at this announcement
, while my companion broke out into a pantomimic abhorrence of Typee, and immeasurable love for the particular valley in which we were; our guides all the while gazing uneasily at one another as if at a loss to account for our conduct.
And as he made the announcement
, Durbeyfield, declining from his sitting position, luxuriously stretched himself out upon the bank among the daisies.
At the last clause of this announcement
a senseless anger swelled the young man's breast.
You tell me that a certain announcement
will be the means of convicting this prisoner and, at the same time, open the way to the gratification of my dearest wish.
While waiting for the announcement
of his appointment to the committee Prince Andrew looked up his former acquaintances, particularly those he knew to be in power and whose aid he might need.
Hearing this announcement
, the throng of rabbits gave place to them on the walks, and as Dorothy passed along they all bowed their heads respectfully.
She had seen a good deal of the Gardners; she and Dorothy were very intimate; college circles expected the announcement
of her engagement to Roy any day.
Gordon Jones entered without waiting for any further announcement
The Aurora's whistle hooted a final announcement
The letter was nothing less than Lady Lydiard's reply to the written announcement
of Isabel's engagement, despatched on the previous day by Miss Pink.
Some days later, the insurance offices (two in number) received the formal announcement
of Lord Montbarry's death, from her ladyship's London solicitors.
of my profession appeared to inspire the boy with a certain confidence.
After that, one of two things will happen: either the Bishop will see the error of his way and return from his vacation a well man in whose eyes there are no more visions, or else he will persist in his madness, and then you may expect to see in the papers, couched pathetically and tenderly, the announcement
of his insanity.