So it came about that that great and powerful Prince Karl Albert was for a time thrust out of the stupendous conflict he chiefly had been instrumental
I not only attended the weekly debating society, but was instrumental
in organizing an additional society.
He knew that she was promised to Kulan Tith, Jeddak of Kaol, but if he had been instrumental
in her abduction, his motives could not be prompted by loyalty to his friend, or regard for her honour.
Their technic consisted in waving their tails and moving their heads in a regular succession of measured movements resulting in a cadence which evidently pleased the eye of the Mahar as the cadence of our own instrumental
music pleases our ears.
He had, it is true, contemplated leaving the girl to her fate but that was before she had been instrumental
in saving him from torture and death at the hands of the black Wamabos.
To-mar and So-al were now about fitted for their advent into Kro-lu society and must therefore leave us, as we could not accompany them without incurring great danger ourselves and running the chance of endangering them; but each swore to be always our friend and assured us that should we need their aid at any time we had but to ask it; nor could I doubt their sincerity, since we had been so instrumental
in bringing them safely upon their journey toward the Kro-lu village.
Without wishing to be in any way personal, I might say that there are statesmen in your Government, for whom you must accept a certain amount of responsibility, who have been largely instrumental
in bringing this hideous danger upon the country.
I could ascertain nothing in relation to it, except that the bequest was accompanied by some cynical remarks, to the effect that the testator would feel happy if his legacy were instrumental
in reviving the dormant interest of only one member of Doctor Softly's family in the fortunes of the hopeful young gentleman who had run away from home.
A little while ago, for instance, I was instrumental
in getting women employed in our local post-office here.
I cannot abandon a forlorn woman who has been confided to me to the tender mercies of strangers, so long as there is any hope of my making discoveries which may be instrumental
in restoring her to herself--perhaps, also, in restoring her to her friends.
To do the excellent Miss Knag justice, she had been mainly instrumental
in bringing about this altered state of things, for, finding by daily experience, that there was no chance of the business thriving, or even continuing to exist, while Mr Mantalini had any hand in the expenditure, and having now a considerable interest in its well-doing, she had sedulously applied herself to the investigation of some little matters connected with that gentleman's private character, which she had so well elucidated, and artfully imparted to Madame Mantalini, as to open her eyes more effectually than the closest and most philosophical reasoning could have done in a series of years.
The respect shown throughout the play by Claudius to Polonius, the Lord Chamberlain, now in his dotage, suggests that possibly Polonius was instrumental
in securing Claudius' election.
Then you consider that we may dismiss the tonic as not being in any way instrumental
in causing her death?
He imagined therefore that whatever quarrel was between them, it would be certainly made up at the return of Mr Jones; an event from which he promised great advantages, if he could take this opportunity of ingratiating himself with that young gentleman; and if he could by any means be instrumental
in procuring his return, he doubted not, as we have before said, but it would as highly advance him in the favour of Mr Allworthy.
He was challenging my manhood with his slurs, challenging the very legs he claimed to be instrumental
in getting for me.