Further observation convinced us that it had been regularly frequented, and, as we afterwards conjectured from particular indications
, for the purpose of obtaining a certain root, from which the natives obtained a kind of ointment.
I felt it, and, to say the truth, found not the slightest indication
Turn, now, to other indications
of the employment of a vigor most marvellous.
Vogelstein felt a quick hope that the subject of this correspondence might indeed be the young lady he had parted from on the dock at New York, but the indications
seemed to point another way, and he had no wish to cherish an illusion.
As he glanced down the advertisement column, with his head thrust forward and the paper flattened out upon his knee, I took a good look at the man and endeavoured, after the fashion of my companion, to read the indications
which might be presented by his dress or appearance.
But I am prepared to give you a few indications
which will be of interest.
That less expert mortals should require fuller indications
was beyond Sweet's patience.
She stopped, seeing in the forward thrust of her husband's head, in his glowing eyes and his resolute gait, the terrible indications
of that rage and strength which she knew and had herself experienced after his duel with Dolokhov.
Here and there were indications
of ancient rapids and waterfalls.
Before long we had uncovered many other indications
that a great battle had been fought upon the ground where we stood.
The question stands thus: in presence of indications
of tuberculous process, what is to be done to maintain nutrition?
If they discern no such indications
, they will consider me altogether mistaken - but not wilfully.
Brown paper parcel here, that's all--other luggage gone by water--packing-cases, nailed up--big as houses-- heavy, heavy, damned heavy,' replied the stranger, as he forced into his pocket as much as he could of the brown paper parcel, which presented most suspicious indications
of containing one shirt and a handkerchief.
What other indications
have we as to the nature of this large book?
The color of the Indian, the writer believes, is peculiar to himself, and while his cheek-bones have a very striking indication
of a Tartar origin, his eyes have not.