Ferrea, banker at Nice, and also a letter of introduction
to the Count of Monte Cristo, whom I have directed to supply all your wants.
Tear up your letter of introduction
, and don't stir a step further in the direction of Whitehall.
Rolland lifted her large hands, covered with rusty black gloves, in mute protest against the introduction
of Baron Rivar as a subject of inquiry.
The day after our arrival in London, we left our letter of introduction
at the house of Mr.
Am I the victim of a delusion--or did our fair friend really ask me to give her an introduction to Miserrimus Dexter?
What can your motive possibly be for wanting an introduction to Miserrimus Dexter?
Secondly, that after the introduction of Christianity, there were wild men who lived in the mountains, and whose retreats were unknown to the more civilized inhabitants
They forget, or will not remember, that human sacrifices, and the power of an idolatrous priesthood -- a system of profligacy unparalleled in any other part of the world -- infanticide a consequence of that system -- bloody wars, where the conquerors spared neither women nor children -- that all these have been abolished; and that dishonesty, intemperance, and licentiousness have been greatly reduced by the introduction of Christianity.
Are the sentences mostly long or short; periodic or loose; mostly of one type, such as the declarative, or with frequent introduction
of such other forms as the question and the exclamation?
to the work, or bill of fare to the feast.
As if they were heads in a note-book, he ran through all the incidents of the Schlegels' campaign: the attempt to compromise his brother, his mother's legacy, his father's marriage, the introduction
of the furniture, the unpacking of the same.
Terry O'Sullivan," was Maggie's formula of introduction.
The girls besieged her for introductions to her "fellow.
No, thank you; to meet death one needs no letters of introduction
His life was prefixed to all the early editions of these fables, and was republished as late as 1727 by Archdeacon Croxall as the introduction
to his edition of Aesop.