The small servant flew to the coal-cellar; Miss Sally dived into her own bed-room; Mr Brass, who was not remarkable for personal courage, ran into the next street, and finding that nobody followed him, armed with a poker or other offensive weapon, put his hands in his pockets, walked very slowly all at once, and whistled.
This Mr Swiveller gave them--faithfully as regarded the wishes and character of the single gentleman, and poetically as concerned the great trunk, of which he gave a description more remarkable for brilliancy of imagination than a strict adherence to truth; declaring, with many strong asseverations, that it contained a specimen of every kind of rich food and wine, known in these times, and in particular that it was of a self-acting kind and served up whatever was required, as he supposed by clock-work.
There is much which I have left out; much which I have not dared to tell; but you will find the story of his second search for Dejah Thoris, Princess of Helium, even more remarkable
than was his first manuscript which I gave to an unbelieving world a short time since and through which we followed the fighting Virginian across dead sea bottoms under the moons of Mars.
The former influence of the glacial climate on the distribution of the inhabitants of Europe, as explained with remarkable
clearness by Edward Forbes, is substantially as follows.
"It must have been Clara Belle, and I should never call her remarkable
," answered Miss Miranda.
, thou wilt please to provide linen for lint and bandages.”
It is remarkable
for having a double row of teeth, half an inch long and extremely sharp, from whence it has received the name of the dog-toothed salmon.
The enrolment being completed, and Hugh having been informed by Gashford, in his peculiar manner, of the peaceful and strictly lawful objects contemplated by the body to which he now belonged-- during which recital Mr Dennis nudged him very much with his elbow, and made divers remarkable
faces--the secretary gave them both to understand that he desired to be alone.
These were very remarkable
, but as eccentric as all his other accomplishments.
He brightened and rubbed his thin hands together as he listened to the meagre but remarkable
"Ah, yes, indeed; yes indeed--most remarkable
, most remarkable
!" said the professor; "but I can add nothing further to what I have already remarked in elucidation of this truly momentous occurrence," and the professor turned slowly in the direction of the jungle.
The aquatic species is by far the most remarkable
, because it is the only existing lizard which lives on marine vegetable productions.
I knew him presently, though I have not seen him these several years; but you know, sir, he is a very remarkable
man, or, to use a purer phrase, he hath a most remarkable
beard, the largest and blackest I ever saw.
"All the same he's a good man; truthful, good-hearted, and remarkable
in his own line," Anna said to herself going back to her room, as though she were defending him to someone who had attacked him and said that one could not love him.
"I caught him just below the lock - leastways, what was the lock then - one Friday afternoon; and the remarkable
thing about it is that I caught him with a fly.