The fair girl at length became quite angry; she tore the sheet of paper
on which, in fact, the words "Monsieur Raoul" were written in good characters, and crushing the paper in her trembling hands, she threw it out of the window.
Certainly neither I nor Fernand," said Danglars, rising and looking at the young man, who still remained seated, but whose eye was fixed on the denunciatory sheet of paper
flung into the corner.
He had scattered the contents of the table-drawer in his search for a sheet of paper
, and as he took up his pen his eye fell on an old copy of the Bettsbridge Eagle.
But I tell you with the full force of conviction that he could never have cut that mean little piece off a sheet of paper
She took a sheet of paper
and her hand moved rapidly over it.
He advanced to meet me cheerfully, with an open sheet of paper
in his hand.
He was thrusting a sheet of paper
at her, a sheet of paper
that bore the superscription of Nichols, Nichols, Nichols, and Nichols, with a London address.
Having filled a sheet of paper
, he got up, rang, and sent a note to the chief secretary of his department to look up certain necessary facts for him.
Now, in order to get a blank sheet of paper
with the king's stamp upon it, people were obliged to pay threepence more than the actual value of the paper.
Skinner furnished him with a double sheet of paper
, and Mr.
The weather had changed back, a great wind was abroad, and beneath the lamp, in my room, with Flora at peace beside me, I sat for a long time before a blank sheet of paper
and listened to the lash of the rain and the batter of the gusts.
She has a tint as white as this sheet of paper
, except just in the middle of each cheek, where it passes into the purest and most transparent, most liquid, carmine.
As it seized her throat, she caught hold of it, and, with a fury superior to its own, tore it in two just as if it had been a sheet of paper
As for the promised sum of money, it is to be produced in one bank-note, folded in a sheet of paper
, on which a line is to be written, dictated by the Courier.
His sheet of paper
had slipped on to the deck, his head lay back, and he drew a long snoring breath.