Don Quixote was not very well satisfied with the divinations of the ape, as he did not think it proper that an ape should divine anything, either past
or future; so while Master Pedro was arranging the show, he retired with Sancho into a corner of the stable, where, without being overheard by anyone, he said to him, "Look here, Sancho, I have been seriously thinking over this ape's extraordinary gift, and have come to the conclusion that beyond doubt this Master Pedro, his master, has a pact, tacit or express, with the devil.
The history of all past
society has consisted in the development of class antagonisms,antagonisms that assumed different forms at different epochs.
Morison could sleep at all in the midst of the savage jungle was sufficient indication that he had changed considerably in the past
twenty-four hours, and that he could lie close beside a none-too-fragrant black man spoke of possibilities for democracy within him yet all undreamed of.
Then I returned through the pine wood, neck-high with red weed here and there, to find the landlord of the Spotted Dog had already found burial, and so came home past
the College Arms.
You have treasured up all that time has rendered worthless--the principles, feelings, manners, modes of being and acting, which another generation has flung aside--and you are a symbol of the past
Laurence, and Clara, and Charley, and little Alice had been attracted to other objects for two or three months past
Let us not sit with folded hands, gazing upon the past
as if it were the building; it is but the foundation.
Philip was exhausted when work stopped at half past
At that time enthusiasm for the Emperor Alexander's regime had weakened and a patriotic and anti-French tendency prevailed there, and this, together with his past
and his intellect and his originality, at once made Prince Nicholas Bolkonski an object of particular respect to the Moscovites and the center of the Moscow opposition to the government.
With a hideous scream of pain and rage, the wounded banth hurtled, clawing, past
It was not that he was in danger of legal punishment or of beggary: he was in danger only of seeing disclosed to the judgment of his neighbors and the mournful perception of his wife certain facts of his past
life which would render him an object of scorn and an opprobrium of the religion with which he had diligently associated himself.
I kept Irving, and Goldsmith, and Cervantes on their old altars, but I added new ones, and these I translated from the contemporary: literary world quite as often as from the past
It is maddening, Virginia," said the man, "to be constantly straining every resource of my memory in futile endeavor to catch and hold one fleeting clue to my past
As he spoke he stepped past
her toward the entrance to the subterranean vaults.
There are numerous witnesses that Big Ben pointed to ten minutes past
six at the moment.