When she saw them disappear into a large house, she thought to herself: 'Now I know where it is; 'and made a great cross on the door with a piece of chalk.
And lo, and behold I there stood all three dogs--the one with eyes as large as saucers, the second with eyes as large as mill-wheels, and the third with eyes each as large as the Round Tower of Copenhagen.
The old woman hid me behind a large
cask, and scarcely had she done this when the robbers returned home, dragging a young girl along with them.
Immediately in front of the window was a large tree, which Philip remembered now because the branches were so low that it was possible to climb quite high up it.
The dining-room, large and well-proportioned, had windows on two sides of it, with heavy curtains of red rep; there was a big table in the middle; and at one end an imposing mahogany sideboard with a looking-glass in it.
But, I repeat, in many communities in the South the character of the ministry is being improved, and I believe that within the next two or three decades a very large proportion of the unworthy ones will have disappeared.
I felt that the Reconstruction policy, so far as it related to my race, was in a large measure on a false foundation, was artificial and forced.
Princess Mary was sitting helpless and bewildered in the large
sitting room, when Rostov was shown in.
Ja conducted me to a large house in the center of the village--the house with eight rooms--and taking me up into it gave me food and drink.
Here was a mighty temple of hewn rock built in the shape of a rough oval with rounded roof in which were several large openings.
If several varieties of the cabbage, radish, onion, and of some other plants, be allowed to seed near each other, a large majority, as I have found, of the seedlings thus raised will turn out mongrels: for instance, I raised 233 seedling cabbages from some plants of different varieties growing near each other, and of these only 78 were true to their kind, and some even of these were not perfectly true.
A large amount of inheritable and diversified variability is favourable, but I believe mere individual differences suffice for the work.
These houses are often large, and are built of thick upright posts, with boughs interwoven, and afterwards plastered.
The house, together with the granaries, the stables, and workshops for the blacks, who had been taught various trades, formed a rude kind of quadrangle; in the centre of which a large pile of coffee was drying.
But two winters were past, and in the third the Tree was so large
that the hare was obliged to go round it.