My motive,' returned Doctor Strong, 'is to make some suitable provision for a cousin, and an old playfellow, of Annie's.
Doctor Strong regarded him with a puzzled and doubting look, which almost immediately subsided into a smile that gave me great encouragement; for it was full of amiability and sweetness, and there was a simplicity in it, and indeed in his whole manner, when the studious, pondering frost upon it was got through, very attractive and hopeful to a young scholar like me.
All right,' said Long-Fang, 'then will I, too, be a strong man.
He said it was true that we grew strong by adding our strength together.
If Miss Strong will pardon me I will accompany you.
After Miss Strong had gone below that night Tarzan stood leaning over the rail looking far out to sea.
I hope that is good and strong," added Rose, eyeing the steaming cup with an eager look.
Do you drink all this strong coffee every morning, Rose?
And all science must culminate at last in the science of healing - not the weak, but the strong
Behind her she saw the prahu turn back up stream, but now her mind was suddenly engaged with a new danger, for the girl realized that the strong
current was bearing her down stream more rapidly than she had imagined.
cried the idiot falling back, and shuddering as with a strong
spasm; he's bloody
One with a strong
stomach and a hard head may be able to tolerate much of the unconscious and undeliberate cruelty and torture of the world that is perpetrated in hot blood and stupidity.
And as strong
winds will we live above them, neighbours to the eagles, neighbours to the snow, neighbours to the sun: thus live the strong
613-616) So it is not possible to deceive or go beyond the will of Zeus; for not even the son of Iapetus, kindly Prometheus, escaped his heavy anger, but of necessity strong
bands confined him, although he knew many a wile.
He felt this so keenly,--with such intense, detailed remembrance, with such passionate revival of all that had been said and looked in their last conversation,--that with that jealousy and distrust which in diffident natures is almost inevitably linked with a strong
feeling, he thought he read in Maggie's glance and manner the evidence of a change.