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Each new face of the thousands that came within the anthropoid's ken must be carefully scrutinized, much to the horror of many of his victims; but at last, failing, apparently, to discover whom he sought, the great ape relapsed into morbid indifference, only occasionally evincing interest in a passing face.
He nodded his head again, evincing even greater satisfaction than before.
Blenkinsop by evincing the deepest sympathy in the raspberry-jam preserving, which operation was then going on in the Housekeeper's room; she persisted in calling Sambo "Sir," and "Mr.
Grewgious sitting bolt upright, with his hands on his knees, continuously chopping this discourse out of himself: much as a charity boy with a very good memory might get his catechism said: and evincing no correspondent emotion whatever, unless in a certain occasional little tingling perceptible at the end of his nose.
evincing, I thought, even in this, an anxiety peculiar to their condition, that their little feats of agility should be SEEN.
But on they went, not the less merrily for this, and there was the locksmith in the incautious fulness of his heart 'pulling-up' at all manner of places, and evincing a most intimate acquaintance with all the taverns on the road, and all the landlords and all the landladies, with whom, indeed, the little horse was on equally friendly terms, for he kept on stopping of his own accord.
Fagin laid great stress on the fact of his having taken Oliver in, and cherished him, when, without his timely aid, he might have perished with hunger; and he related the dismal and affecting history of a young lad whom, in his philanthropy, he had succoured under parallel circumstances, but who, proving unworthy of his confidence and evincing a desire to communicate with the police, had unfortunately come to be hanged at the Old Bailey one morning.
Miss Peecher was going on, from the mere force of habit, when she checked herself; on Mary Anne's evincing theological impatience to strike in with her godfathers and her godmothers, and said: 'I mean of what name is it a corruption?
Raddle, rubbing his hands, and evincing a slight tendency to brighten up a little.
The overall trading activity has come down in Bank Nizwa counter in the last couple of weeks as only long-term investors are evincing interest in the stock.
The company is still getting a number of new inquiries from within Qatar and outside evincing interest in outlets at the new location," he said.
Evincing much interest, the students went around the Parliament House and met Rahul Gandhi in the circular corridors of the historical building.
Gatten takes a reader's pleasure in unearthing the near-forgotten archive and its buried meanings, while evincing a keen understanding of the limitations of the text.
Evincing sentiments of which its chief protagonists would have heartily approved, Ruble's book makes a good case for competitive diversity as a vehicle for social advancement.
Alas, feet will remain firmly on the ground this time around, with only the committed and capable soprano Ana Maria Martinez, as Mimi, evincing any real involvement.