She may quite possibly have been telling Marian some tragic nursery story which has left
its mischievous impression behind it.
Long stayed the messenger, and deeper grew his wonder that the Fairy could have left
so fair a home, to toil in the dreary palace of his cruel master, and suffer cold and weariness, to give life and joy to the weak and sorrowing.
In my doubt and perplexity, in my vague suspicion of something hidden which I was left
to find by my own unaided efforts, I examined Miss Halcombe's looks and manner for enlightenment.
To my relief, the paroxysm left her as suddenly as it had come.
Perhaps it was better for us so -- better that we had only a moment left to look back before the turn in the road hid the last of Combe-Raven from our view.
On each side of the gate was a small window, not above six inches from the ground: into that on the left
side, the king's smith conveyed four-score and eleven chains, like those that hang to a lady's watch in Europe, and almost as large, which were locked to my left
leg with six-and-thirty padlocks.
It was near this time of the month, eighteen years ago, that my poor father left this world for a better.
Her sylvan table was the moss-covered trunk of a large fallen tree, on the broadest part of which she had spread a snow-white cloth and arranged what were left of the bright pewter vessels that had been her pride in the settlements.
We have harmed nothing, but have left
many things for you which may add to your comfort and safety here in your lonely home.
With this definition in mind, the aforementioned cleave, left
, and fast, are all trivially contronyms of order 1.
Spawn Stunt Plane - B Right LB LT Left
RB LB LB Left Left
4 : to cause to remain as a trace, mark, or sign <The cut left
Just past the remains of a stone stile on the left
take a path which drops left
into the wood.
Besides discussing the proper hand/arm/wrist movements, I insist that students practice each hand separately, since, if the exercise is always practiced hands together, the left
hand merely imitates the right hand movement in the right-handed players.
Take your left
arm behind your back at the sacrum, with the palm facing outward.