The count was more perturbed than ever by the condition of his affairs, which called for some decisive
These circumstances were surely the very reverse of favourable; and yet in spite of it all, and as if in demonstration of my belief that everything decisive comes to life in spite of every obstacle, it was precisely during this winter and in the midst of these unfavourable circumstances that my
That decisive chapter entitled 'Old and New Tables' was composed in the very difficult ascent from the station to Eza--that wonderful Moorish village in the rocks.
Finding themselves freed from their immediate antagonists, it seems to have occurred to both these knights at the same instant, that they would render the most decisive
advantage to their party, by aiding the Templar in his contest with his rival.
Lady Bertram had been telling her niece in the evening to write to her soon and often, and promising to be a good correspondent herself; and Edmund, at a convenient moment, then added in a whisper, "And I shall write to you, Fanny, when I have anything worth writing about, anything to say that I think you will like to hear, and that you will not hear so soon from any other quarter." Had she doubted his meaning while she listened, the glow in his face, when she looked up at him, would have been decisive
I have been waiting long for an opportunity--to take this--this decisive
step, my love; for, as you must perceive, it is impossible that there should be two chiefs in a family: and now, if you please, we will resume the dictation.
It is in this decisive
moment that all our marriages are made.
Sometimes, one side by its yells and cheers would proclaim decisive
blows, but a moment later the other side would be all yells and cheers.
To such perseverance in wilful self-deception Elizabeth would make no reply, and immediately and in silence withdrew, determined, that if he persisted in considering her repeated refusals as flattering encouragement, to apply to her father, whose negative might be uttered in such a manner as to be decisive
, and whose behavior at least could not be mistaken for the affectation and coquetry of an elegant female.
"Doubtless they would have gone whithersoever his sword pointed the way," answered Grandfather; "and Washington was anxious to make a decisive
assault upon the enemy.
The old man made this trivial remark, thinking it better not to respond at all to Adam's agitation: he would gather, in an indirect way, that there was nothing decisive
to communicate at present.
"Strike Corps has critical and decisive
role in war.
London, Aug.25 (Petra)-- English football's equality and inclusion organisation 'Kick It Out' has called for "decisive
action" after Premier League players were subjected to racist abuse.
The Post's own military correspondent, Anna Ahronheim concurs, that, indeed, war on Gaza "is not far away." But unlike previous wars, the upcoming war must "have a clear and decisive
win" by Israel so that "the other side will think twice about going to war in the future."
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A small majority of Americans believe President Donald Trump is a strong and decisive
leader, but more than two-thirds find him to be dishonest, a Gallup poll released on Wednesday indicated.