Bonacieux, darting at her the most loving glance that he could possibly concentrate
upon her charming little person; and while he descended the stairs, he heard the door closed and double-locked.
Knowing the place and the time of the coming battle, we may concentrate
from the greatest distances in order to fight.
I paused for a second to concentrate
all my capabilities of enjoyment, and then immerged my lips in the clear element before me.
Never trust to general impressions, my boy, but concentrate
yourself upon details.
Other causes combined to concentrate
official vigilance upon it; there had been a scare about spies carrying explosives in small objects, and one of those experimental orders which pass like waves over bureaucracy had decreed first that all visitors should change their clothes for a sort of official sackcloth, and then (when this method caused some murmurs) that they should at least turn out their pockets.
Between ourselves, the recent cases in which I have been of assistance to the royal family of Scandinavia, and to the French republic, have left me in such a position that I could continue to live in the quiet fashion which is most congenial to me, and to concentrate
my attention upon my chemical researches.
But I have so much to think of, in connexion with Borrioboola-Gha and it is so necessary I should concentrate
myself that there is my remedy, you see.
This seemed rather serious news, for our position on the top of the mountain, which measured a mile and a half in circumference, being an extended one, it was important to us to concentrate
our comparatively small defending force as much as possible.
I was excited by the encounter, and my fancy worked busily while I sought to concentrate
myself on the game I was playing.
Clutton put his hands over his eyes so that he might concentrate
his mind on what he wanted to say.
Therefore, if the shop existed and if this object were really in the window, it would prove that he had been able to concentrate
his attention on this article at a moment when, as a general rule, his absence of mind would have been too great to admit of any such concentration; in fact, very shortly after he had left the railway station in such a state of agitation.
His drawn brows and the deep furrow between them showed that he needed no exhortation to concentrate
all his attention upon a problem which, apart from the tremendous interests involved must appeal so directly to his love of the complex and the unusual.
It was only at night, indeed, that she felt secure enough from surprise to concentrate
her mind to the utmost.
And now, since her conversation with Will, many fresh images had gathered round that Aunt Julia who was Will's grandmother; the presence of that delicate miniature, so like a living face that she knew, helping to concentrate
Tarzan possessed the ability to concentrate
each of his five senses upon its particular business.