So your grave, middle-aged family practitioner vanishes into thin air
, my dear Watson, and there emerges a young fellow under thirty, amiable, unambitious, absent-minded, and the possessor of a favourite dog, which I should describe roughly as being larger than a terrier and smaller than a mastiff."
Carthoris had followed the creature for but a few minutes when it disappeared as suddenly and mysteriously as though dissolved into thin air
They had simply vanished into thin air
, for the native he had sent to inspect the ground beneath the open window had just returned to report that there was no sign of a footstep there, and what sort of creatures were they who could have dropped that distance to the soft turf without leaving spoor?
Do as thou find'st Permission from above; thou canst not more." He added not; and Satan, bowling low His gray dissimulation, disappeared, Into thin air
diffused: for now began Night with her sullen wing to double-shade The desert; fowls in their clay nests were couched; And now wild beasts came forth the woods to roam.
He said: "Dave did not vanish into thin air
, did he?
KARACHI -- Pakistan People's Party (PPP) senior leader Manzoor Hussain Wassan has predicted that MQM-Pakistan and London, Pak SarZameen Party (PSP) and Mohajir Quami Movement will vanish into thin air
These four forward-looking individuals are among a mere handful of MPs - Austin Mitchell is another - who actually understand that 97% of the purchasing power in circulation is not created by any public agency (ie, the Treasury, the Bank of England), but must be conjured up out of thin air in the form of 'loans' from the highstreet banks to their customers disappearing back into thin air
as those loans are repaid.
Many modern-day illusionists are happy to make a rabbit jump out of a hat or a bird disappear into thin air
. Not the Department for works and pensions.
He's made things disappear vanish into thin air
, "how did he do that ?" it makes me want to swear.
In the first week of December, equity analysts at Goldman Sachs warned London's blue-chip index - the FTSE 100 - was about to see more than 15% of its value evaporate into thin air
, with a plunge to around 4,700 by February 29.
Her liquid movement can evaporate into thin air
. In Opal Loop/Cloud Installation #72503, from 1980, her galloping, rocking and shaking fade into the clouds.
Imelda was just 22 when she disappeared into thin air
after collecting her dole money in Waterford in 1994.
INTO THIN AIR
: DEATH ON EVEREST Five, 3.05pm Peter Horton and Christopher McDonald star as mountaineers caught in a storm as they try to scale the famous peak.
All the unhappiness, the pain, and distress, There's suffering too, everywhere What a dream it would be, if all poverty, Could vanish, into thin air
Does it vanish into thin air
as soon as they get it or do they spend it on something else because they've forgotten what it was for in the first place?