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since my rebuff of yesterday I have a sort of empty feeling.
Whereas I think she is utterly incapable of that sort of thing.
Was there furniture--in fact, any sort of thing in the room?
Diagrams have their own beauty; but it is of just the other sort, They stand for the unalterable things; the calm, eternal, mathematical sort of truths; what somebody calls the 'white radiance of'--"
I was just going to see Miss Tuxton home," he says, sort of wistful.
Cadwallader, "there is a new face come out from behind that broad man queerer than any of them: a little round head with bulging eyes--a sort of frog-face--do look.
He seems to have been a secretive sort of person," Sir Charles remarked.
My strict orders were to make myself agreeable to a young woman who lives in a sort of bluebeard's house, where no visitors are allowed and smiling is prohibited.
Now I am rather a Bohemian sort of person, but I have just the sort of all-round knowledge which would be most useful to you.
That was the sort of reward Rose liked, the thanks that cheered her; and whenever she grew very tired, one look at the green shade, the curly head so restless on the pillow, and the poor groping hands, touched her tender heart and put new spirit into the weary voice.
That's funny, because it seems to me too that I've been a sort of good uncle to several of you young fellows lately.
And therefore he will be least likely to lament, and will bear with the greatest equanimity any misfortune of this sort which may befall him.
Entering at last, he walked through the confectioner's shop to the back room, which was a sort of pastry-cook restaurant, merely raising his hat to the young lady who was serving there.
No word has come from him of any sort since he left St.
We know some things about the future, for example what eclipses there will be; but this knowledge is a matter of elaborate calculation and inference, whereas some of our knowledge of the past comes to us without effort, in the same sort of immediate way in which we acquire knowledge of occurrences in our present environment.