Already they were busy with
returning people; in places even there were shops open, and I saw a drinking fountain running water.
Then I gave public notice by herald and trumpet that I should be busy with affairs of state for a fortnight, but about the end of that time I would take a moment's leisure and blow up Merlin's stone tower by fires from heaven; in the meantime, whoso listened to evil re- ports about me, let him beware.
Thunder-showers had been tolerably frequent of late, and I was not much afraid of a failure; still, I shouldn't have cared for a delay of a day or two; I should have explained that I was busy with affairs of state yet, and the people must wait.
she said, softly, still not looking round at him, still busy with
her basket of wools.
For a day or two after the affront was given, Henry Crawford had endeavoured to do it away by the usual attack of gallantry and compliment, but he had not cared enough about it to persevere against a few repulses; and becoming soon too busy with
his play to have time for more than one flirtation, he grew indifferent to the quarrel, or rather thought it a lucky occurrence, as quietly putting an end to what might ere long have raised expectations in more than Mrs.
said Rose, one evening, shortly after tea, when I had been busy with
the farm all day.
A spokesman for the National Showcaves Centre for Wales at Dan-yr-Ogof said the Bank Holiday had been very busy with
about 1,000 visitors yesterday.
The father, Allen, is busy with
important scientific work; the mother, Charlotte, is busy with
frequent trips to exotic places; the son, August, is busy enjoying dangerous activities often associated with bodies of water; and the daughter, Alice, is busy trying to win their love and understanding.
He's refurbishing the seats on the rental boats and staying busy with
the fly anglers, who, for the most part, are returning all fish to the lake, although regulations allow for two fish of at least 18 inches to be kept.