These buildings to be for privy
lodgings on both sides; and the end for privy
Thus, when a waiter did not fetch the right number of glasses, Michael would remain quite still, until Cocky, at a privy
signal from Steward, standing on one leg, with the free claw would clutch Michael's neck and apparently talk into Michael's ear.
For more than a year I managed, unsuspected, to keep the Privy
Purse fairly supplied by the exercise of my caricaturing abilities.
Her serious face was a sight to see, when she rang for the cook, and the two held a privy
council in a corner.
And I still had a sweet tooth, and on privy
occasions when there was no man to see, bought candy and blissfully devoured it.
This was Sir John Russell, gentleman of the Privy
Chamber, soldier, ambassador, and favorite of King Henry VIII.
He never doubted the tale; he felt it was true; knew it as well, now, as if he had been privy
to it all along.
In the face of the probabilities, in the face of the facts, he had now firmly persuaded himself that Sir Joseph was privy
to the fraud that had been practiced on him.
We call upon the privy
councilor Pyotr Petrovitch Bol," the voice began again.
If Miss Verinder is not privy to the suppression of the Diamond, what do these things mean?
I suspected her at once of being privy to the suppression of the Diamond.
Do you suppose Barnaby is privy
to these circumstances?
He had worked his stony way into Her Majesty's most Honourable Privy
Council's Schedule B, and had taken the bloom off the higher branches of mathematics and physical science, French, German, Latin, and Greek.
When Prince Bladud had been shut up in the lofty turret for the greater part of a year, with no better prospect before his bodily eyes than a stone wall, or before his mental vision than prolonged imprisonment, he naturally began to ruminate on a plan of escape, which, after months of preparation, he managed to accomplish; considerately leaving his dinner-knife in the heart of his jailer, lest the poor fellow (who had a family) should be considered privy
to his flight, and punished accordingly by the infuriated king.
Mears began this book, which is a revised dissertation completed under John Guy's direction, to determine whether Jurgen Habermas's theory of the public sphere could be applied to Elizabethan England; as part of her research agenda she also assesses the privy
council's role at court and critiques feminist scholarship.