Arthur


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elected vice president and became 21st President of the United States when Garfield was assassinated (1830-1886)

a legendary king of the Britons (possibly based on a historical figure in the 6th century but the story has been retold too many times to be sure)

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I don't know how she's there,' says Arthur, shivering dreadful with the horrors, 'but she's standing in the corner at the foot of the bed, awful mad.
And forthwith he crept behind a tree, and thence to another, stalking our friend Arthur as busily as Arthur was stalking the deer.
Arthur was next to me, and if I had not seized his arm and held him up, he would have fallen.
You perceive that Arthur Donnithorne was "a good fellow"--all his college friends thought him such.
One can easily imagine a situation," said Arthur, "where things would necessarily have no weight, relatively to each other, though each would have its usual weight, looked at by itself.
When the inspector and a constable entered the house, Arthur, who had stood sullenly with his arms folded, asked me whether it was my intention to charge him with theft.
Arthur was the centre of her world, and he knew it.
Oh, he's one of these learned chaps," said Arthur indifferently.
I don't know what I shall do,' she said one day, 'when Arthur goes away.
Indeed, in the earliest Welsh tales the name of Arthur is hardly known at all.
Such was old Arthur Gride, in whose face there was not a wrinkle, in whose dress there was not one spare fold or plait, but expressed the most covetous and griping penury, and sufficiently indicated his belonging to that class of which Ralph Nickleby was a member.
It is the same cook as we had before you went, Arthur,' said I.
From morning till night he had the feeling of responsibility on his mind, and even if he left Arthur in their study or in the close for an hour, was never at ease till he had him in sight again.
During the time the Stangersons lived in America they were very intimate with Arthur Rance, who was one of the most distinguished phrenologists of the new world.
At such a happy time, so propitious to the interests of religion and morality, Mr Arthur Clennam, newly arrived from Marseilles by way of Dover, and by Dover coach the Blue-eyed Maid, sat in the window of a coffee-house on Ludgate Hill.