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Still more eagerly her big blue eyes tried to look in all directions at once, that no thing of beauty or interest in this wonderful house might be passed unseen.
Then she picked herself up and looked eagerly about her.
But doubter, I'm now calling it In question: with this do I come indeed Out of Europe, That doubt'th more eagerly than doth any Elderly married woman.
In a little while, however, she again heard a little pattering of footsteps in the distance, and she looked up eagerly, half hoping that the Mouse had changed his mind, and was coming back to finish his story.
she cried, and ran eagerly toward the base of the cliff.
Let us go and see if we can find some more," suggested Anne eagerly.
Every eye was looking eagerly for the heroine of the festival, -- that is to say, the black tulip, -- and for its hero in the person of the one who had grown it.
He had so intently watched this tulip, followed it so eagerly from the drawer in Cornelius's dry-room to the scaffold of the Buytenhof, and from the scaffold to the fortress of Loewestein; he had seen it bud and grow in Rosa's window, and so often warmed the air round it with his breath, that he felt as if no one had a better right to call himself its producer than he had; and any one who would now take the black tulip from him would have appeared to him as a thief.
By the time Cecily had repeated this nine times we were all slightly infected with the desperate hope that something might come of it; and when she had made her nine gyrations we looked eagerly down the sunset lane, half expecting to see our lost pet.
There was a circumstance behind which his curiosity, cold as it was, most eagerly longed for.
The wine being now at an end, the barber pressed very eagerly to be his bottle; but Jones absolutely refused, saying, "He had already drank more than he ought: and that he now chose to retire to his room, where he wished he could procure himself a book.
At the same time I heard Pesca's voice saying eagerly, in low tones, and in his own language--"I remember the name, but I don't know the man.
Summary: New Delhi [India], March 9 (ANI): Cricket Association for the Blind in India (CABI) president GK Mahantesh on Friday said that he is eagerly waiting for the Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) response to recognise the blind cricket body.
By RICHARD MWANGIThe eagerly awaited ICC Under-19 World Cup warm-up match between Kenya and India at the Hagley Park Old, Christchurch, New Zealand, was called off on Thursday before a single ball was bowled.
Summary: One of the most eagerly awaited events of the year, the fourth edition