Then the Second Conspirator - he who believed in "joining hands with the practical branches" - began to laugh, and on recovering his gravity said, "Gentlemen, I consider this will be a lesson to us.
His curiosity would have been satisfied had he seen Dan Grady, discredited regimental conspirator, trying to explain to his thirsty comrades in India the non-arrival of funds from New York.
The conspirators, led by Dan Grady and Horse Egan, poured in daily.
Astor, but intimates that he stood ready to resist any treasonous outbreak; and seems to think that the evidence of preparation on his part had an effect in overawing the conspirators
I mean the conspirators
, if they were conspirators
When this happened the ancient world was rolled up like a scroll, and put away until the next day, with all its orators and conspirators
, its nymphs and satyrs, gods and demigods; though sometimes they escaped at night and got into the boy's dreams.
As M'ganwazam unfolded his plan in whispers to the savages squatting about him the old, toothless hag, to whom Tarzan had saved her hut for the night, hovered about the conspirators
ostensibly to replenish the supply of firewood for the blaze about which the men sat, but really to drink in as much of their conversation as possible.
Try and imagine that you are in a house of conspirators
But you had all your pains for nothing, you little conspirators
, for I give you my word that I had quite made up my mind not to have him.
What are the conspirators
to do, if the man does recover?
He flashed them from the faces of the conspirators
to the typewriter which little Mrs.
The conspirators below agreed that they would spare the dear lady's feelings until she appeared in her drawing-room: meanwhile it was announced to her that Mrs.
It was not until the old lady was fairly ensconced in her usual arm- chair in the drawing-room, and the preliminary embraces and inquiries had taken place between the ladies, that the conspirators thought it advisable to submit her to the operation.
2) It is at least probable that the man looking like an Indian, whom Octavius Guy saw at the window of the cab, speaking to the man dressed like a mechanic, was one of the three Hindoo conspirators
Summary: Welcoming the Afzal Guru's execution, the BJP leader had said Guru was "a conspirator
in waging war against the nation and responsible for attack on the temple of democracy (Parliament) in India.