Did it mean that he was going to try to be as "high-toned" as the monk looked at first, but that he feared he should succeed no better than the friar, on a closer inspection
, proved to have done?
That decided the planter to argue no more, and Moti Guj rolled back to his amateur inspection
of the clearing.
The trooper retires to a distant part of the room and resumes his curious inspection
of the boxes, strong and otherwise.
Altogether they were very beautiful, but I fear that I did not regard them with a particularly appreciative eye on this, my first inspection
Kennedy will go off and hunt for an hour or two; the doctor will make an inspection
of the balloon, and, while they're busy in that way, I'll do the cooking.
I remember that one morning, not long ago, I went with the lady principal on her usual morning tour of inspection
of the girls' rooms.
What diagnosis of her case the young man may have thought it best to conceal with a smile the historian is unable to state, but for himself he feels bound to say that fingers looking less stiff, and showing fewer evidences of even insensible pain, have seldom been submitted for medical inspection
by even the fairest patient desiring a prescription of unfamiliar scenes.
This occupation was, to take down from the shelves of a worm-eaten wardrobe a quantity of frouzy garments, one by one; to subject each to a careful and minute inspection
by holding it up against the light, and after folding it with great exactness, to lay it on one or other of two little heaps beside him.
He was highly gratified by his inspection
, and made the descent to the bottom of the tube of this gigantic machine which was presently to launch him to the regions of the moon.
Now and then he climbed up by cramp-irons riveted to the walls, but kept the inspection
of objects of interest, apart from the fact that everything had been seen already, had not for Vronsky, a Russian and a sensible man, the immense significance Englishmen are able to attach to that pursuit.
When I went in, his valet was standing before him, holding up for inspection
a heavy volume of etchings, as long and as broad as my office writing-desk.
After this inspection
she looked round thoughtfully, with an air of mistrust in the silence and solitude of the house.
Close as his first inspection
was, it did not suffice, for he passed the light, still carefully shaded as before, across and across his face, and yet observed him with a searching eye.
I can have you under close inspection