Sometimes since I've been in the garden I've looked up through the trees at the sky and I have had a strange feeling of being happy as if something were pushing and drawing in my chest and making
me breathe fast.
To have intrusted the power of making
treaties to the Senate alone, would have been to relinquish the benefits of the constitutional agency of the President in the conduct of foreign negotiations.
It is of much consequence that this correspondence and conformity be carefully maintained; and they who assent to the truth of this position will see and confess that it is well provided for by making
concurrence of the Senate necessary both to treaties and to laws.
He was in a furious passion, and stood in the vestibule making
a dreadful noise as he shouted to all the gods.
Nothing, in all probability, but the proximity of the American trading post, kept these land pirates from making
a good prize of the bull boat and all its contents.
Smooth-it-away whispered some of his wisdom at their elbows, and pointed to a newly-erected temple; but there were these worthy simpletons, making
the scene look wild and monstrous, merely by their sturdy repudiation of all part in its business or pleasures.
Thus I was deprived of some of my glory, and I remember once only making
her laugh before witnesses.
I guess I do get an inkling of what you mean by making
So Sea- Lion set the women to making
money out of shell--little round pieces, with a hole in each one, and all made smooth and fine.
The doctor (like me) had come in without making
the least noise.
From the moment when, on taking possession of the coveted room, she opened the doors of the three-cornered closet, and found a little kettle just like Polly's, standing there, she felt that a good time was coming for her and fell to dusting furniture, washing cups, and making
toast, the happiest, fussiest little housewife in the city.
But he had great faith in Rose's good sense, and it never occurred to him that she was making
a little Casabianca of herself, with the difference of freezing instead of burning at her post.
The subject of instinct might have been worked into the previous chapters; but I have thought that it would be more convenient to treat the subject separately, especially as so wonderful an instinct as that of the hive-bee making
its cells will probably have occurred to many readers, as a difficulty sufficient to overthrow my whole theory.
When the Municipal Council had authorized the making
of the road, I went to the prefect and obtained some money from the charitable funds at the disposal of the department, in order to pay for the hire of carts, for the Commune was unable to undertake the transport of road metal for lack of wheeled conveyances.
Poor Geppetto ran after him but was unable to catch him, for Pinocchio ran in leaps and bounds, his two wooden feet, as they beat on the stones of the street, making
as much noise as twenty peasants in wooden shoes.