In one of them, which had been neatly
hollowed out, Jack himself lived, and he declared that it was a very comfortable residence.
It not only indicates where my excellent heart lies, but covers very neatly
the patch made by the Wonderful Wizard when he placed that valued organ in my breast with his own skillful hands.
All the shelves were lined with blue glass bottles, neatly labeled by the Magician to show what they contained.
Ripping the seam of the patch on the girl's forehead, she placed the powder within the head and then sewed up the seam as neatly and securely as before.
They tricked me neatly
and have taken me without exposing themselves to a scratch; but for what purpose?
This done, she opened the upper part of her dress, and, slipping her fingers into a secret pocket hidden in the inner side of her stays, produced from it some neatly
folded leaves of thin paper.
Now, I pride myself on doing things neatly, and when I resolved to kill John Claverhouse I had it in mind to do so in such fashion that I should not look back upon it and feel ashamed.
And not only was I impelled to do it neatly and artistically, but also in such manner that not the slightest possible suspicion could be directed against me.
Rawdon sat down in the study before the Baronet's table, set out with the orderly blue books and the letters, the neatly docketed bills and symmetrical pamphlets, the locked account-books, desks, and dispatch boxes, the Bible, the Quarterly Review, and the Court Guide, which all stood as if on parade awaiting the inspection of their chief.
And by the sermon-book was the Observer newspaper, damp and neatly folded, and for Sir Pitt's own private use.
What is prettier than an old lady--except a young lady--when her eyes are bright, when her figure is trim and compact, when her face is cheerful and calm, when her dress is as the dress of a china shepherdess: so dainty in its colours, so individually assorted to herself, so neatly moulded on her?
Crisparkle's sister, another piece of Dresden china, and matching her so neatly that they would have made a delightful pair of ornaments for the two ends of any capacious old-fashioned chimneypiece, and by right should never have been seen apart, was the childless wife of a clergyman holding Corporation preferment in London City.
All of it could go into one's breast pocket when folded neatly
With that, taking up a candle, he conducted his chum into the fourth room of the set of chambers--a little narrow room--which was very completely and neatly
fitted as a kitchen.
The pictures show how the gang neatly
tunnelled into the vault through concrete walls to ransack 72 security boxes over the Easter weekend.