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Suddenly a distant sound of rapidly advancing wheels was heard, and almost immediately a carriage appeared, drawn by a pair of wild, ungovernable horses, while the terrified coachman strove in vain to restrain their furious speed.
The ungovernable feeling that caused the violence of the youth had passed away, and he stood gazing after the retiring figure of Marmaduke, with a vacancy in his eye that denoted the absence of his mind.
He likewise imputed her yielding to the ungovernable force of her love towards him; and this the reader will allow to have been a very natural and probable supposition, as we have more than once mentioned the uncommon comeliness of his person: and, indeed, he was one of the handsomest young fellows in the world.
He had passed a wakeful night; ungovernable apprehensions of Lecount's sudden re-appearance had beset him as soon as he found himself alone at Sea View.
At this point the bridegroom's questions suddenly came to an end, and the bridegroom's face exhibited an expression of ungovernable astonishment.
A certain ungovernable dread hung about her when in the water, unless there was a hand near by that might reach out and reassure her.
In a word, it was Queequeg's conceit, that if a man made up his mind to live, mere sickness could not kill him: nothing but a whale, or a gale, or some violent, ungovernable, unintelligent destroyer of that sort.
On the contrary, he gained a creditable record as a student, although it is admitted that he contracted debts and had "an ungovernable passion for card-playing.
He had never understood her adventure with Emil Miller: it had seemed so unlike her, and she had never been able to explain it; but now that he had seen her with Griffiths he knew that just the same thing had happened then: she had been carried off her feet by an ungovernable desire.
On taking up his commission he set himself to acquire the utmost perfection in knowledge of the service, and very soon became a model officer, though still with the same fault of ungovernable irascibility, which here in the service again led him to commit actions inimical to his success.
Had Miserrimus Dexter, in a moment of ungovernable agitation, unconsciously placed the clew in my hands?
LAHORE -- The Consortium for Development Policy Research (CDPR) launched Dr Ishrat Husain's new book Governing the Ungovernable, inviting the economists and professionals to share their views here on Monday.
Di Maio wins, Italy ungovernable," was the front page headline on La Stampa newspaper.
LAHORE -- Former Governor of State Bank Dr Ishrat Husain presented Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif with his book titled Governing the Ungovernable during the book launching ceremony held on Saturday.
They discuss index cards, injunctions, and independence: thoughts on relationship; cuts of various depths: a few scenes of learning from Pamela Reynolds; anthropology and the development of conscience: reflections on the work of Reynolds; the ungovernable and dangerous: children, sexuality, and anthropology; and an anthropology of forms that speak: justice, knowledge, technique.