That's it: they feel equal to things--they know their way about," he mused, thinking of his son as the spokesman
of the new generation which had swept away all the old landmarks, and with them the sign- posts and the danger-signal.
We see the sinking moon," answered the spokesman
of the party.
As for the Jury, the members whispered to each other for a few minutes and then they appointed the Hungry Tiger their spokesman
He shrugged his shoulders and then repeated my question to the Mahar spokesman
We will go but a little way," said the spokesman
, "and then we shall return and lead you in the proper direction.
There's not a man here,' said the host, 'who would have him for a spokesman
Fresh cases, still able to walk, they clustered about the spokesman
Bettles was the spokesman
, and his argument, tersely and offensively vernacular, was unanimously applauded.
Sometimes it seems to me that all the world, all life, everything, had taken up residence inside of me and was clamoring for me to be the spokesman
They were virtually unanimous, and they shoved the Cockney out as their spokesman
If the letters and the Diary are read," said the brutal spokesman
of the mob, "the letters and the Diary will hang him.
The chief spokesman
was old, and appeared to be the head of the family; the three others were powerful young men, about six feet high.
Early known as one of the ablest English thinkers and philosophers, he was already opposing certain doctrines and practices of the Church when he was led to become a chief spokesman
for King Edward and the nation in their refusal to pay the tribute which King John, a century and a half before, had promised to the Papacy and which was now actually demanded.
Sergey Ivanovitch was answered by the spokesman
of the opposite party.
There has been an attempt upon your house," said I, still spokesman
for the night, and still on the wings of inspiration.