These illustrious ladies appeared so lovely on the sign, -- they presented to the astonished eyes such an assemblage of lilies and roses, the enchanting result of the change of style in Pittrino -- they assumed the poses of sirens so Anacreontically -- that the principal echevin, when admitted to view this capital piece in the salle of Cropole, at once declared that these ladies were too handsome, of too animated a beauty, to figure as a sign in the eyes of passers-by.
You must efface either the two sirens or the legend, without which I forbid the exhibition of the sign. I say this for your sake, Master Cropole, as well as for yours, Signor Pittrino."
your name, and let us have done as soon as possible."
/Isanusi/ Gagool, who would have put our friend Ignosi to death, we have determined to break a rule, and to give such a sign
as all men may see.
Well, I guess we'll just sign
on this steward at sixty a month and all he asks, or I'll just naturally quit you cold on the next fast steamer to San Francisco."
"I have a document here to sign
," said Noel Vanstone, repeating his lesson; "and I wish you to write your names on it, as witnesses of my signature."
"Call the prince; inform him that it is his turn to sign
," cried Danglars to one of the floorkeepers.
Athos then made him a sign
to take up his basket and to walk on first.
This same multis utile bellum, is an assured and infallible sign
, of a state disposed to seditions and troubles.
"I will not sign
, simply because I do not choose to," said Erskine warmly.
The poor child had sat in mute amazement, and patiently imitated everything her teacher did; but now the truth began to flash upon her: her intellect began to work: she perceived that here was a way by which she could herself make up a sign
of anything that was in her own mind, and show it to another mind; and at once her countenance lighted up with a human expression: it was no longer a dog, or parrot: it was an immortal spirit, eagerly seizing upon a new link of union with other spirits!
On the 12th of January, 1893, I was seventeen, and the 20th of January I signed
before the shipping commissioner the articles of the Sophie Sutherland, a three topmast sealing schooner bound on a voyage to the coast of Japan.
The chill of a sudden breeze upon the back of his neck drew his attention to the quarter whence it came, and turning to the east he saw a faint gray light along the horizon--the first sign
of returning day.
La Ramee cast an inquiring look around him and observing the same signs
of antipathy between the prisoner and his guardian he smiled in token of his inward satisfaction.
I saw three skulls, five hands, and the bones of three or four legs and feet, and abundance of other parts of the bodies; and Friday, by his signs
, made me understand that they brought over four prisoners to feast upon; that three of them were eaten up, and that he, pointing to himself, was the fourth; that there had been a great battle between them and their next king, of whose subjects, it seems, he had been one, and that they had taken a great number of prisoners; all which were carried to several places by those who had taken them in the fight, in order to feast upon them, as was done here by these wretches upon those they brought hither.