The wanton wind had been so busily kissing them all the morning that they were quite dry, so I was able to find room for
them in my knapsack without danger to the other contents; and, with a hasty good-day to their recent possessor, I set off at full speed to find a secure nook where I could throw myself down on the grass, and let loose the absurd laughter that was dangerously bottled up within me; but even before I do that it behoves me if possible to vindicate my sanity to the reader.
All those minute circumstances belonging to private life and domestic character, all that gives verisimilitude to a narrative, and individuality to the persons introduced, is still known and remembered in Scotland; whereas in England, civilisation has been so long complete, that our ideas of our ancestors are only to be gleaned from musty records and chronicles, the authors of which seem perversely to have conspired to suppress in their narratives all interesting details, in order to find room for
flowers of monkish eloquence, or trite reflections upon morals.
How they were all to be conveyed, he would have made a difficulty if he could, but as his son and daughter's carriage and horses were actually at Hartfield, he was not able to make more than a simple question on that head; it hardly amounted to a doubt; nor did it occupy Emma long to convince him that they might in one of the carriages find room for
bands like the Beatles and Zeppelin, nobody's really gonna invent anything that hasn't already been done.
His thrilling run through the heavyweight division ended at the tender age of 23 and he's been utterly ordinary ever since
The White House has remained open to the public ever since, except during World War I and II.
A permanent press corps has been stationed there ever since.
it arrived from Scotland in the late 19th century, golf has existed in large part as the exclusive province of white America.
America's great social experiment, arguably, has not been democracy but the pursuit of happiness--that distinctively modern idea, ordained by the Fathers as an inalienable right and wielded ever since
like some vibrating megadildo, available at the right price, though with no guaranteed long-term effects.
com in 1995 and has been rapidly expanding ever since
to become the premier online specialty toy retailer.
It went away for a little bit, then a couple of years ago it just totally stuck and I've been called Spanky ever since.
When I first started skating my dad got me a launch ramp--he built me one--and ever since I've always skated street more but I've always liked to skate skateparks; at least have fun trying to skate both.
I've been telling Eddie ever since he has been in the league that he's not aggressive enough,'' said Van Exel, who had 13 points and seven assists.
2--Color) ``I've been telling Eddie ever since he has been in the league that he's not aggressive enough.