References in classic literature ?
I have been told the whole story," Aynesworth answered.
Lady Ruth," Aynesworth answered, "it is not for me to form an opinion.
My position," Aynesworth answered, "does not allow me the luxury of considering my personal feelings.
Then trust him not with thy purpose in words,'' answered the Templar.
Enter freely,'' answered Cedric to the supposed friar; ``with what intent art thou come hither?
To bid you prepare yourselves for death,'' answered the Jester.
You talk like a child," he answered roughly, "or else your whole conduct is a fraud.
I go to bring my medicines, men of the king," I answered.
That is not the king's command, Mopo," they answered.
But the plaster is heavy," answered Pinocchio, "and the work too hard for me.
she answered, setting the two jugs on the ground before him.
Fynes and I were not intimately acquainted," she answered.
I have scarcely ever received a letter from him in my life," she answered.
I suppose the papers have been talking a lot of rot," he answered bluntly.
Just as you like," she answered, "only it seems a shame that you shouldn't look over your own horse before the race if you want to.