The machinery it has set up for the detection
of crime is miserably ineffective--and yet only invent a moral epigram, saying that it works well, and you blind everybody to its blunders from that moment.
The certainty of immediate detection
if he fired, flashed across his mind even in the midst of his fury; and he beat it twice with all the force he could summon, upon the upturned face that almost touched his own.
No: whatever might have been the general's crimes, he had certainly too much wit to let them sue for detection
I told him to await us at the cliff-top, and if Dian came alone to do his best to get away with her and take her to Sari, as I thought it quite possible that, in case of detection
and pursuit, it might be necessary for me to hold off Hooja's people while Dian made her way alone to where my new friend was to await her.
I am the last and highest court of appeal in detection
The "nigger" in him went shrinking and skulking here and there and yonder, and fancying it saw suspicion and maybe detection
in all faces, tones, and gestures.
It was that rich afternoon sunlight that loves to flash into teacups as though they were crocuses, that loves to run a golden finger along the beautiful wrinkles of old faces and light up the noble hollows of age-worn eyes; the sunlight that loves to fall with transfiguring beam on the once dear book we never read, or, with malicious inquisitiveness, expose to undreamed- of detection
the undusted picture, or the gold- dusted legs of remote chairs, which the poor housemaid has forgotten.