Katharine, who had gone a few steps by herself down the road, and was investigating
the window of an ironmonger, as if her mother might have got herself concealed among mowing-machines and garden-shears, turned sharply on hearing her voice, and came towards them.
It would be worth investigating
, at least, and this he determined to do.
Why, I have nine grades in my school and I have to teach a little of everything, from investigating
the interiors of earthworms to the study of the solar system.
this sound he identified it as the final snort of Bernard Higginbotham, which somehow had not penetrated to his brain before.
During the time that Kiche was tied by the stick, he ran about over all the camp, inquiring, investigating
A baby, overcome with curiosity concerning this object at which all were looking, sidled forward and touched her dress, cautiously, as if investigating
a red-hot stove.
asked Tom, investigating
the kitchen boiler with deep interest.
Archie and Charlie, evidently great cronies, were pacing up and down, shoulder to shoulder, whistling "Bonnie Dundee"; Mac was reading in a corner, with his book close to his near-sighted eyes; Dandy was arranging his hair before the oval glass in the hat-stand; Geordie and Will investigating
the internal economy of the moon-faced clock; and Jamie lay kicking up his heels on the mat at the foot of the stairs, bent on demanding his sweeties the instant Rose appeared.
I am still as far as ever from understanding what your interest is in investigating
that hideous tragedy at Gleninch.
This I thought no more than natural, considering the part I had played in investigating
the case of Jackson's arm.
Lady Lundie, like the bee, will insist on investigating
But full three months must have passed since information was sent to me of an English patient, received at the hospital here, whose case I, as English consul, might feel an interest in investigating
Waterhouse's remark, whilst investigating
this Order, and I am fully convinced that the rule almost invariably holds good with cirripedes.
In the university he devoted his time chiefly to investigating
subjects not included or permitted in the curriculum, especially chemistry; and after a few months, having written a pamphlet on 'The Necessity of Atheism' and sent it with conscientious zeal to the heads of the colleges, he was expelled.
His intelligence is of a scientific order, of an investigating
habit, and of that unappeasable curiosity which believes that there is a particle of a general truth in every mys- tery.