And D'Artagnan, with all the marks of mortal disquietude, seized the plate
, to read the inscription.
Nay, good master," quoth he, "if thou thinkest the Sheriff gave us not the plate
, I will fetch him, that he may tell us with his own lips he giveth it all to us.
Then she noticed the silence, and forgot the plate
in a desire for something to happen.
He proposed to fix the plate
within two hundred yards of the gun.
They do not make the whole three-sided pyramidal base of any one cell at the same time, but only the one rhombic plate
which stands on the extreme growing margin, or the two plates
, as the case may be; and they never complete the upper edges of the rhombic plates
, until the hexagonal walls are commenced.
Here he was interrupted and even agitated for a moment by the removal of his plate
, but he recaptured the valuable thread of his thoughts.
She was idly arranging her little morsels of ham in a pattern on her plate
Just as a photographic plate
receives a different impression of a cluster of stars when a telescope is part of the intervening medium, so a brain receives a different impression when an eye and an optic nerve are part of the intervening medium.
O Dives, who would ever have thought, as we sat round the broad table sparkling with plate
and spotless linen, to have seen such a dish at the head of it as that roaring auctioneer?
As to the small parcel of plate
and spoons, I had found means to dispose of them myself before; and as for the childbed-linen I had, she offered me to take it herself, believing it to have been my own.
Hideous solidity was the characteristic of the Podsnap plate
Yes, to be sure--Who won the Helter-Skelter Plate
Crupp said it was clear she couldn't be in two places at once (which I felt to be reasonable), and that 'a young gal' stationed in the pantry with a bedroom candle, there never to desist from washing plates
, would be indispensable.
As a whaler I have followed many a cetacean, harpooned a great number, and killed several; but, however strong or well-armed they may have been, neither their tails nor their weapons would have been able even to scratch the iron plates
of a steamer.
Between the vases is a cheerful decoration of preserved coffin plates
-- five in all, pertaining respectively to Janet's father and mother, a brother, her sister Anne, and a hired man who died here once