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Of course not; he knows you are with me," Robert replied, as he busied himself among sundry pans and covered dishes which had been left standing on the hearth.
See yon tall man in the black mail, who is busied marshalling the farther troop of the rascaille yeomen by Saint Dennis, I hold him to be the same whom we called Le Noir Faineant, who overthrew thee, Front-de-B
She crossed the ditch, took a pair of gardening gloves from her plaited straw hand-basket, and busied herself with the hemlock leaves, pulling the tender ones, separating them from the stalk, and filling the basket with the web.
Philippe busied himself actively with the youngster's education.
Not content with this, one brought me splendid garments, while another filled a basin with scented water and poured it over my hands, and the rest busied themselves with preparing refreshments.
It is true that, while busied only in considering the manners of other men, I found here, too, scarce any ground for settled conviction, and remarked hardly less contradiction among them than in the opinions of the philosophers.
As I said these words I busied myself among the pile of bones of which I have before spoken.
For several days ensuing, her name was unmentioned by either Usher or myself: and during this period I was busied in earnest endeavours to alleviate the melancholy of my friend.
There were golden handmaids also who worked for him, and were like real young women, with sense and reason, voice also and strength, and all the learning of the immortals; these busied themselves as the king bade them, while he drew near to Thetis, seated her upon a goodly seat, and took her hand in his own, saying, "Why have you come to our house, Thetis honoured and ever welcome--for you do not visit us often?
Keeping ever close by the work of excavation, he busied himself incessantly with the welfare and health of his workpeople, and was singularly fortunate in warding off the epidemics common to large communities of men, and so disastrous in those regions of the globe which are exposed to the influences of tropical climates.
The sun went down, and night came on, and he was still quite tranquil; busied with these thoughts, as if there were no other people in the world, and the dull cloud of smoke hanging on the immense city in the distance, hid no vices, no crimes, no life or death, or cause of disquiet--nothing but clear air.
Maggie, conscious that Stephen was still there, busied herself with counting money, and avoided looking up.
The first is to present the guide on how to reduce atmospheric pollution in the sector of brickyards while the second will present a guide on the reduction of atmospheric pollution in the sector of paintwork, adhesive, resin and ink industries as part of the project on industrial and urban environment in Tunisia, financed by the French development agency AFD.
I like the beauty of it and I like the history of it,'' said Clement, who estimated he drives about 15,000 miles a year looking for bricks along river banks, in old brickyards, at building demolition sites and anywhere else that comes to mind.
The nostalgia flowed with people reminiscing about the old days, the good old characters, the old brickyards and the pits, the railway lines and branches, all in a convivial atmosphere.
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