It sometimes happens that a woman is handsomer at twenty-nine
than she was ten years before; and, generally speaking, if there has been neither ill health nor anxiety, it is a time of life at which scarcely any charm is lost.
At noon the Victoria was at twenty-nine
degrees fifteen minutes east longitude, and three degrees fifteen minutes south latitude.
I wonder what he would have said when I gave him twenty-nine
thousand eight hundred francs for his picture.
Seventeen and twelve were only twenty-nine
, and hang it all, that wasn't old, was it?
His endeavor, for many years, had been to control the spirit, and at the age of twenty-nine
he thought he could pride himself upon a life rigidly divided into the hours of work and those of dreams; the two lived side by side without harming each other.
She was small and pretty, aged perhaps twenty-eight or twenty-nine
, but though dashing and sharply cut, her features expressed nothing very clearly, except a great deal of spirit and good health.
when there are pink shades, thirty when there are not.
She lived twenty-nine
years after his death, such active years until toward the end, that you never knew where she was unless you took hold of her, and though she was frail henceforth and ever growing frailer, her housekeeping again became famous, so that brides called as a matter of course to watch her ca'ming and sanding and stitching: there are old people still, one or two, to tell with wonder in their eyes how she could bake twenty-four bannocks in the hour, and not a chip in one of them.
One hundred and twenty-nine
on the thermometer constitutes a very hot day, yet such a temperature is but ninety-seven degrees above freezing.
The third Whitehall received nine prisoners only--a catch of twenty-nine
After thirty-three years of married life, and twenty-nine
years of toil in a government office, the property of "the Saillards"--their circle of acquaintance called them so--consisted of sixty thousand francs entrusted to Falleix, the house in the place Royale, bought for forty thousand in 1804, and thirty-six thousand francs given in dowry to their daughter Elisabeth.
per cent of those in occupations are from the middle class, and they own twenty-five per cent of the total wealth.
At the Tabard Inn twenty-nine
"of sundry folk," besides Chaucer himself, were gathered.
Just when submarine activities ended we do not know but the last vessel of this type sighted by a Pan-American merchantman was the huge Q 138, which discharged twenty-nine
torpedoes at a Brazilian tank steamer off the Bermudas in the fall of
Wollaston has discovered the remarkable fact that 200 beetles, out of the 550 species inhabiting Madeira, are so far deficient in wings that they cannot fly; and that of the twenty-nine
endemic genera, no less than twenty-three genera have all their species in this condition