of this noble enterprise was his, and he deserves high credit for it.
For its inception
was yours, and in your more ambitious days you thought to write the tale of the little white bird yourself.
If, at the inception
of the race, only Goro and the stars had looked down upon the contestants, such was not the case at its finish, since from an embrasure near the summit of the wall two close-set black eyes peered down upon the two.
For a few moments they spoke of the opera, of the topics that were then occupying the attention of Paris, of the pleasure of renewing their brief acquaintance which had had its inception
under such odd circumstances, and this brought them to the subject that was uppermost in the minds of both.
Under laws which in their inception
are beyond and above us, it became peopled.