She addressed the attache
, who was at a loss now what to begin upon.
Now I think of it, I heard something of a young English attache
That sense of a dungeon, that sense of a horrible and degrading misfortune overtaking a creature fair to see and safe to trust, attaches
only to ships moored in the docks of great European ports.
An empty fork is raised to the lips: there it receives a neatly-cut piece of mutton, and swiftly conveys it to the plate, where it instantly attaches
itself to the mutton already there.
The circumstance is that not infrequently luck attaches
itself to, say, the red, and does not leave it for a space of say, ten, or even fifteen, rounds in succession.
All this confusion, seen by the moon's light, presented a striking coup d'oeil; the half shadow enlarged every detail, and the light, that flatterer which only attaches
itself to the polished side of things, courted upon each rusty musket the point still left intact, and upon every rag of canvas the whitest and least sullied part.
Letterblair continued, "that she attaches
no importance to the money.
I believe all the interest that attaches
to it comes from the fact that it was built for a Christian church and then turned into a mosque, without much alteration, by the Mohammedan conquerors of the land.
All the value which attaches
to Pythagoras, Paracelsus, Cornelius Agrippa, Cardan, Kepler, Swedenborg, Schelling, Oken, or any other who introduces questionable facts into his cosmogony, as angels, devils, magic, astrology, palmistry, mesmerism, and so on, is the certificate we have of departure from routine, and that here is a new witness.
It seizes with avidity upon any incidents, surprising or mysterious, in the career of those who have at all distinguished themselves from their fellows, and invents a legend to which it then attaches
a fanatical belief.
What have you, then, which attaches
you so strongly to life?
In exchange for the sacrifice I make of my youth and liberty, I will only ask of Him one thing, and that is, to preserve me for you, because you are the only tie which attaches
me to this world.
Does he think me a scoundrel, or an old fool who, without any reason, keeps his own daughter at a distance and attaches
this Frenchwoman to himself?
Only a few nights ago," he said, "Captain Koki and the other attaches
spent an evening with me.
She has assured me she attaches
no serious importance to her aunt's wanderings, when the poor old lady's fever was at its worst.