The mud of Paris," he said to himself--for decidedly
he thought that he was sure that the gutter would prove his refuge for the night; and what can one do in a refuge, except dream?
All three of the girls were decidedly pretty, even the eldest, Alexandra, who was just twenty-five years old.
Yet his smile, in spite of its sweetness, was a little thin, if I may so call it, and showed his teeth too evenly; his gaze though decidedly good-humoured and ingenuous, was a trifle too inquisitive and intent to be altogether agreeable.
The ladies prefer the large room," Trent answered decidedly
, "and you must arrange it somehow.
She seemed to be decidedly satisfied with my personal appearance; talked to me on indifferent matters with great glibness; but suddenly became silent and diplomatic the moment I looked toward the stair and asked innocently if she had to go up and down them often in the course of the day.
A decidedly chemical smell began to steal into my nostrils--and, listening again, I thought I heard above me, and in some distant room, a noise like the low growl of a large furnace, muffled in some peculiar manner.
In my judgment, the figure," said the Critic, "is tolerably good, though rather Etrurian, but the expression of the face is decidedly
Tuscan, and therefore false to nature.
I thought his "new Catechism" (as he called it) decidedly worthy of examination.
Where the question of guiding Eustace's decision was concerned, I considered my influence to be decidedly superior to the influence of Mr.
Well, anyway, when I am grown up," said Anne decidedly
, "I'm always going to talk to little girls as if they were too, and I'll never laugh when they use big words.
The cause of lightning,' Alice said very decidedly
, for she felt quite certain about this, 'is the thunder--no, no
No, it can't go on like this," Alexey Alexandrovitch said to himself decidedly
as he left his wife's room.
But the old man decidedly
refused, thinking himself bound in honour to my friend, who, when he found the father inexorable, quitted his country, nor returned until he heard that his former mistress was married according to her inclinations.
The fact is, that there was considerable difficulty in inducing Oliver to take upon himself the office of respiration,--a troublesome practice, but one which custom has rendered necessary to our easy existence; and for some time he lay gasping on a little flock mattress, rather unequally poised between this world and the next: the balance being decidedly
in favour of the latter.
Summary: "Phantom of a Previous War", a more recently produced Kurdish film directed by Hawre Mustafa and written by Hawre Mustafa and Awat Osman Ali (script editor), takes a decidedly
more interesting twist on the usually war themed Kurdish film's.