But he luffed the boat less delicately
, spilling the wind shamelessly from the sail so as to prolong the tack to the north shore.
If so, we should read once more, and advise our readers to read, the profoundly thought and delicately
felt chapter--chapter forty-three in her third volume--in which she describes the final spiritual reunion, on a basis of honestly diverse opinion, of the husband and wife.
Becky had hinted every one of these things herself, perhaps, but so delicately and gently that you hardly knew when or where.
The truth is, she had tried personally the ground on which her husband expressed a wish that she should venture--tried it ever so delicately, and found it unsafe.
what was I saying?' I reminded the poor creature, as kindly and delicately as I could.
He wore (as if there was some hidden connection between his showiest finery and his deepest feeling) the most magnificent waistcoat he has yet appeared in--it was made of pale sea-green silk, and delicately trimmed with fine silver braid.
Yet there are a thousand ways of helping them, if one only knows how to do it so delicately
that it does not offend.
Miss Garth had delicately
refrained from showing it, but she must naturally have felt, and must still be feeling, great surprise at the mystery in which their departure had been involved; and she must doubtless have asked herself why Mrs.
formed ears, her vermilion hands, her little feet, curved and tender as the lotus-bud, glitter with the brilliancy of the loveliest pearls of Ceylon, the most dazzling diamonds of Golconda.
Her dress, which was that of the women of Epirus, consisted of a pair of white satin trousers, embroidered with pink roses, displaying feet so exquisitely formed and so delicately
fair, that they might well have been taken for Parian marble, had not the eye been undeceived by their movements as they constantly shifted in and out of a pair of little slippers with upturned toes, beautifully ornamented with gold and pearls.
Even the literary tchinovnik gives such parties in his room--though, in his case, everything is done delicately
and with a certain refinement, so that the thing has something of a retiring and innocent air.
It was two hours, owing to sundry wrong turnings, ere she found herself on a summit commanding the long-sought-for vale, the Valley of the Great Dairies, the valley in which milk and butter grew to rankness, and were produced more profusely, if less delicately
, than at her home--the verdant plain so well watered by the river Var or Froom.
They were sombre blues, opaque like a delicately
carved bowl in lapis lazuli, and yet with a quivering lustre that suggested the palpitation of mysterious life; there were purples, horrible like raw and putrid flesh, and yet with a glowing, sensual passion that called up vague memories of the Roman Empire of Heliogabalus; there were reds, shrill like the berries of holly -- one thought of Christmas in England, and the snow, the good cheer, and the pleasure of children -- and yet by some magic softened till they had the swooning tenderness of a dove's breast; there were deep yellows that died with an unnatural passion into a green as fragrant as the spring and as pure as the sparkling water of a mountain brook.
If the latter, the refusal was to be expressed so delicately
that it would be next best thing to acceptance, and he would go away, after kissing her hand, assuring her of his unalterable, life-long devotion.
However, physician leaders, in addition to their responsibilities as physicians, delicately
balance their clinical duties and leadership skills to shape strategy and implement change within health care organizations.