I closed up alongside of a burly fellow with a fat good-humored face, purposing to make myself agree- able and pick up some further crumbs of fact; but I had hardly more than scraped acquaintance with him when he began eagerly and awkwardly to lead up, in the immemorial
way, to that same old anecdote -- the one Sir Dinadan told me, what time I got into trouble with Sir Sagramor and was challenged of him on ac- count of it.
For my own part, I should doubtless have belonged to the latter class, had I received instruction from but one master, or had I never known the diversities of opinion that from time immemorial
have prevailed among men of the greatest learning.
The Communists have no need to introduce community of women; it has existed almost from time immemorial
In every Circular or Polygonal household it has been a habit from time immemorial
-- and now has become a kind of instinct among the women of our higher classes -- that the mothers and daughters should constantly keep their eyes and mouths towards their husband and his male friends; and for a lady in a family of distinction to turn her back upon her husband would be regarded as a kind of portent, involving loss of STATUS.
Now, I still think that for this box of matches to have escaped the wear of time for immemorial
years was a most strange, as for me it was a most fortunate thing.
In the rest of the world the stream of life still flowed as it had flowed for immemorial
It was a gloomy, dusty-looking apartment, such as journalists' offices have always been from time immemorial
You have given me all, all that my tortured soul has for immemorial
years been seeking
This dark old square of canvas, my fair cousin," said he, "has been an heirloom in the Province House from time immemorial
We and our forefathers have dwelt in friendship with him, and held affectionate intercourse as man to man, through immemorial
But some of us, regarding the ocean with understanding and affection, have seen it looking old, as if the immemorial
ages had been stirred up from the undisturbed bottom of ooze.
These are inhabited by as many distinct tribes of savages, who, although speaking kindred dialects of a common language, and having the same religion and laws, have from time immemorial
waged hereditary warfare against each other.
The spectators, from immemorial
usage, have a right to laugh at the casualties of a sleigh ride; and the Judge was no sooner certain that no one was done than he made full use of the privilege.
He returned the money, keeping only one anna in each rupee of the price of the Umballa ticket as his commission - the immemorial
commission of Asia.
The talk rose higher and higher, and the regimental band played between the courses, as is the immemorial
custom, till all tongues ceased for a moment with the removal of the dinner-slips and the first toast of obligation, when an officer rising said, "Mr.