This was all the visitor wished to ascertain
, or, rather, all the Englishman appeared to know.
I have taken much pains to ascertain
how far the rules apply to animals, and considering how scanty our knowledge is in regard to hybrid animals, I have been surprised to find how generally the same rules apply to both kingdoms.
As far as I can ascertain
from various works, this seems to hold good throughout the Pacific, and even in the large islands of the Sandwich archipelago.
I went upstairs to ascertain
, but I made no discoveries, and when I questioned Laura, I found that she had not heard anything.
The old man cast a keen eye on every side of him, to ascertain the important particular whether the stranger was supported by any associates, and then making the usual signs of peace, by exhibiting the palm of his naked hand, he boldly advanced.
As the trapper approached, this warrior maintained his calm upright attitude, discovering neither an eagerness to ascertain the character of those who advanced upon him, nor the smallest wish to avoid a scrutiny in his own person.
Anxious to ascertain such facts as might have an influence on his future movements, the old man determined to invite him to a renewal of their conference.
Laura accompanied her mother to the door, clinging close to her all the way, until they arrived at the threshold, where she paused, and felt around, to ascertain
who was near her.
Looking cautiously round, to ascertain
that they were not overheard, the two hags cowered nearer to the fire, and chuckled heartily.
A study that ascertains
what the current climate is for gays and lesbians and what strategies, information, and training can be provided to current business undergraduates is certainly merited.
An insurer, therefore, bears a duty to defend its insured whenever it ascertains
facts which give rise to the potential of liability under the policy.