So the Sheriff was dismissed, with very mixed feelings
, and went his way home to Nottingham town.
He loved Paul of Tarsus, liked St John, hated St James as much as he dared, and regarded with mixed feelings
Timothy, Titus, and Philemon.
The young Englishman had heard the sound of Tarzan's body crashing through the tree to the ground and the commotion in the village which immediately followed, and now, as he stood with his back against the wall of the hut, he looked upon the fellow-prisoner that the blacks carried in and laid upon the floor with mixed feelings
of surprise and compassion.
Presenting a written order to the policeman in charge of the gate, they were forthwith admitted within the sacred precincts The closely packed spectators, regarding them with mixed feelings
of envy and curiosity, wondered who they might be.
With mixed feelings
, she seated herself at a little distance from the numbers round the instrument, to listen.
You will conceive, Monsieur, with what mixed feelings
I descend next morning.
Plornish, after a little conversation, in which he blended his former duty as a Collegian with his present privilege as a humble outside friend, qualified again by his low estate as a plasterer, took his leave; making the tour of the prison before he left, and looking on at a game of skittles with the mixed feelings
of an old inhabitant who had his private reasons for believing that it might be his destiny to come back again.
The scholar seems to have mixed feelings
about the matter.
I would have had mixed feelings
about a 'oui' vote too.
I've got really mixed feelings
today," he said upon his election, according to the diocesan Web site.
He said he had taken the decision to stand down after 22 years in the Commons with mixed feelings
and had been proud to be MP for Newport East in South Wales.
Quite frankly I have mixed feelings
about that, for the reason I doubt it will achieve what I set out to do.
Everybody was very nervous and excited, and there were a lot of mixed feelings
He observes with mixed feelings
the destruction of the monks' way of life; sad finality sets in when workmen dismantle the ancient buildings.
We have mixed feelings
about the kind of coaches who will jump their contracts at the drop of an extra coconut.