As for the scandal that would befall the Circular Class if the frivolous and unseemly conduct of the Women were imputed to them, and as to the consequent
subversion of the Constitution, the Female Sex could not be expected to give a thought to these considerations.
Many of the American sleighs are elegant though the use of this mode of conveyance is much lessened with the melioration of the climate consequent
to the clearing of the forests.
Excessively; but what with the natural advantages of the ground, which pointed out, even to a very young eye, what little remained to be done, and my own consequent
resolutions, I had not been of age three months before Everingham was all that it is now.
The old watchmaker, with the freedom naturally consequent
on his former authority, went on inspecting the work which Owen had in hand at the moment, together with other matters that were in progress.
If, on the other hand, any circumstances should cause undue levity, and consequent
ascent, this levity is immediately counteracted by the additional weight of rope upraised from the earth.
A mild, or what artists term a cool light, with its consequent
warm shadows, will do wonders for even an ill-furnished apartment.
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
Thorpe's being in love with her, and the consequent
impossibility of her having ever intended to encourage him.
All this gyroscopic and mono-rail development naturally absorbed a vast amount of public attention, and there,was also a huge excitement consequent
upon the amazing gold discoveries off the coast of Anglesea made by a submarine prospector, Miss Patricia Giddy.
On the other hand, Pierre demanded that steps should be taken to liberate the serfs, which the steward met by showing the necessity of first paying off the loans from the Land Bank, and the consequent
impossibility of a speedy emancipation.
He had begun to have an alarmed foresight of her irrevocable loss of love for him, and the consequent
dreariness of their life.
Loud were the outcries, terrible the execrations, consequent
upon this daring outrage; uncle Robson had been coming up the walk with his gun, and was just then pausing to kick his dog.
Up to this time the excitement had kept us both up; but now the tiresome monotony of the long march across the sun-baked plain brought on all the agonies consequent
to a long-denied sleep.
There was not even an instant's hesitation upon the part of the latter--it was as though he had not even paused in his swift progress through the trees, so lightning-like his survey and comprehension of the scene below him--so instantaneous his consequent
It's all pretty much as I used to imagine it long ago, when I wept over your inevitable marriage and our consequent
parting," she laughed.