Pontellier and her possible propensity for taking
young men seriously was apparently forgotten.
It is a balsam," answered Don Quixote, "the receipt of which I have in my memory, with which one need have no fear of death, or dread dying of any wound; and so when I make it and give it to thee thou hast nothing to do when in some battle thou seest they have cut me in half through the middle of the body- as is wont to happen frequently,- but neatly and with great nicety, ere the blood congeal, to place that portion of the body which shall have fallen to the ground upon the other half which remains in the saddle, taking
care to fit it on evenly and exactly.
She went on slowly, taking
advantage of every obstacle and shadow to keep herself concealed.
Tarzan did not know precisely what she meant, but he guessed correctly that it was her way of acknowledging the gift, and so he rose, and taking
the locket in his hand, stooped gravely like some courtier of old, and pressed his lips upon it where hers had rested.
We hope (my old lady and me) that you'll give us credit for taking
the plainest and honestest short-cut that could be taken under the circumstances.
Jo enjoyed a taste of this satisfaction, and ceased to envy richer girls, taking
great comfort in the knowledge that she could supply her own wants, and need ask no one for a penny.
It contained a bookcase: I soon possessed myself of a volume, taking
care that it should be one stored with pictures.
But he now reclined on his settle, taking
very little notice of me, and talking principally about turnips.
I know nothing o' your offering or o' my taking
it ill," said the Squire, whose memory consisted in certain strong impressions unmodified by detail; "but I know, one while you seemed to be thinking o' marrying, and I didn't offer to put any obstacles in your way, as some fathers would.
The ground floor of the hotel was occupied by a large bar, a sort of restaurant freely open to all passers-by, who might partake of dried beef, oyster soup, biscuits, and cheese, without taking
out their purses.
But he soon preferred to read human nature by taking
his meals downstairs in the general dining-kitchen, with the dairyman and his wife, and the maids and men, who all together formed a lively assembly; for though but few milking hands slept in the house, several joined the family at meals.
His eyes gleamed with sudden hope, and, without too thoroughly comprehending what was taking
place, he stretched out his hands to his unexpected deliverers.
A bottle here," said Anatole, taking
a glass from the table he went up to Pierre.
a chair at the foot of the bed, she told me simply and unreservedly the sad secret of the darkened room.
Grewgious announced, after taking
a jog-trot or two across the room, so unexpected and unaccountable that they all stared at him, doubtful whether he was choking or had the cramp--'I THINK I have an idea.