Miss Garth dropped her work on her lap; even the sedate Norah started to her feet, and amazedly
repeated the words, "Going to London!"
More serious of face, and more slow of action, than he had been, the boy completed his dressing, and came and sat down at the little breakfast-table, with his eyes amazedly
directed to her face.
Splendid show, which was performed by birds around the minaret of mosque lasted until the end of azan charmed the local residents who watched the birds dance amazedly
from the windows of their workplaces and residences.
(44) This is the same privilege enjoyed by the narrator of 'A Mark on the Wall', who embarks on a dizzying flight of phenomenological exploration in puzzling to classify the titular mark, leaping from Roman pottery to armchairs to book-binding tools to remark upon 'the rapidity of life, the perpetual waste and repair; all so casual, so haphazard' and to amazedly
exclaim: '[t]he wonder is that I've any clothes on my back, that I sit surrounded by solid furniture at this moment' (HH 78).
As Stephan might amazedly
suggest, taxpayers really ought to take note.