The more I know dogs the more amazin' marvellous they are to me," Dag Daughtry, after he had compassed
his fourth bottle, confided in monologue to the Shortlands planter that night just before bedtime.
Long the decrees of Heaven Delay, for longest time to Him is short; And now, too soon for us, the circling hours This dreaded time have compassed
, wherein we Must bide the stroke of that long-threatened wound (At least, if so we can, and by the head Broken be not intended all our power To be infringed, our freedom and our being In this fair empire won of Earth and Air)-- For this ill news I bring: The Woman's Seed, Destined to this, is late of woman born.
Playmore had really wronged him in believing that his was the guilt which had compassed
the first Mrs.
It meant that Sir Joseph's life still stood between the man who had compassed
his death and the money which the man was resolved to have.
After interviews have been compassed
with long foresight we must be tormented presently by baffled blows, by sudden, unseasonable apathies, by epilepsies of wit and of animal spirits, in the heyday of friendship and thought.