These illustrious ladies appeared so lovely on the sign
, -- they presented to the astonished eyes such an assemblage of lilies and roses, the enchanting result of the change of style in Pittrino -- they assumed the poses of sirens so Anacreontically -- that the principal echevin, when admitted to view this capital piece in the salle of Cropole, at once declared that these ladies were too handsome, of too animated a beauty, to figure as a sign
in the eyes of passers-by.
your name, and let us have done as soon as possible.
Isanusi/ Gagool, who would have put our friend Ignosi to death, we have determined to break a rule, and to give such a sign
as all men may see.
Well, I guess we'll just sign
on this steward at sixty a month and all he asks, or I'll just naturally quit you cold on the next fast steamer to San Francisco.
When we have got our witnesses here, you have only to speak to them in these words: 'I have a document here to sign
, and I wish you to write your names on it, as witnesses of my signature.
The baron was to sign
first, then the representative of M.
Athos called Grimaud, pointed to a large basket which lay in a corner, and made a sign
to him to wrap the viands up in the napkins.
Also, when discords, and quarrels, and factions are carried openly and audaciously, it is a sign
the reverence of government is lost.
The chill of a sudden breeze upon the back of his neck drew his attention to the quarter whence it came, and turning to the east he saw a faint gray light along the horizon--the first sign
of returning day.
I met the seal-hunter, Pete Holt, and agreed to be his boat-puller and to sign
on any schooner he signed
There was one of two ways to be adopted: either to go on to build up a language of signs
on the basis of the natural language which she had already commenced herself, or to teach her the purely arbitrary language in common use: that is, to give her a sign
for every individual thing, or to give her a knowledge of letters by combination of which she might express her idea of the existence, and the mode and condition of existence, of any thing.
Now that these unions are beaten, helpless, and drifting to bankruptcy as the proportion of unemployed men in their ranks becomes greater, they are being petted and made much of by our class; an infallible sign
that they are making no further progress in their duty of destroying us.
When he had done this, he comes laughing to me in sign
of triumph, and brought me the sword again, and with abundance of gestures which I did not understand, laid it down, with the head of the savage that he had killed, just before me.
I then advanced forward near half a mile, but could not discover any sign
of houses or inhabitants; at least I was in so weak a condition, that I did not observe them.
my full name, for I should be vain if I could suppose that after five years of absence you would remember my initials.