Then you fell into my arms--which led me to suppose that you had fainted--and Max, concluding
that it was all my fault, nearly sprang at my throat.
The farmer observed it, and concluding
I must soon die, resolved to make as good a hand of me as he could.
Ali Cogia made a low bow, and pleaded his cause point by point; concluding
by imploring the Cadi not to inflict on him such a heavy loss.
I was thus led to take the liberty of judging of all other men by myself, and of concluding
that there was no science in existence that was of such a nature as I had previously been given to believe.
I replied in our good old English tongue merely to convince him that neither of us could understand the other; but I noticed that when I smiled slightly on concluding
, he did likewise.
I cannot but regret, now that I am concluding
my story, how little I am able to contribute to the discussion of the many debatable questions which are still unsettled.
Andrea, who had often stayed there in his rides about Paris, recollected the Bell and Bottle inn; he turned around, saw the sign by the light of a reflected lamp, and having dismissed the child, giving him all the small coin he had about him, he began knocking at the door, very reasonably concluding
that having now three or four hours before him he had best fortify himself against the fatigues of the morrow by a sound sleep and a good supper.
the sentence he laughed as if he had meant to aim a joke.
Yet somehow I feel depressed when I read it, for I seem now to have grown twice as old as I was when I penned its concluding
Bennet's return, as Jane and Elizabeth were walking together in the shrubbery behind the house, they saw the housekeeper coming towards them, and, concluding
that she came to call them to their mother, went forward to meet her; but, instead of the expected summons, when they approached her, she said to Miss Bennet, "I beg your pardon, madam, for interrupting you, but I was in hopes you might have got some good news from town, so I took the liberty of coming to ask.
The first part of Hunsden's speech moved me not at all, or, if it did, it was only to wonder at the perversion into which prejudice had twisted his judgment of my character; the concluding
sentence, however, not only moved, but shook me; the blow it gave was a severe one, because Truth wielded the weapon.
One ancient crab, that was for ever shuffling frantically from side to side of the pool, had particularly fascinated me: there was a vacancy in its stare, and an aimless violence in its behaviour, that irresistibly recalled the Gardener who had befriended Sylvie and Bruno: and, as I gazed, I caught the concluding
notes of the tune of his crazy song.
His first measure was to read the warrant aloud, taking care to give due emphasis to the most material parts, and concluding
with the name of the Judge in very audible and distinct tones.
thus the parson rode on his way, with doubts as to his discretion in retailing this curious bit of lore.
that the taxpayer sold the pledged shares to the counterparty, the Service addressed whether the taxpayer qualified for nonrecognition treatment under Sec.