by George

by George

An exclamation of surprise. By George, I think we've finally blown the case wide open!
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Magdalen was struck, as her sister had been struck, by George Bartram's resemblance to her father -- judging by the portrait at Combe-Raven, which presented the likeness of Andrew Vanstone in his younger days.
He was waited upon over the factory, shown the machinery by George, who, in high spirits, talked so fluently, held himself so erect, looked so handsome and manly, that his master began to feel an uneasy consciousness of inferiority.
George and Rue by George Elliott Clarke Carroll & Graf, February 2006 $23, ISBN 0-7867-1620-7
Powers-Beck turns to careful examinations of the surviving writings focusing primarily on their possible connections to writing by George Herbert.
In fact, the film's only heavy handed moment comes during a speech by George after he has discovered that his body hasn't been taken over by aliens but by a tumor that is stimulating brain activity.
As confused by George as he is by her, she (no less ludicrously) draws on other white myths to explain his behavior:
by George Foreman Illustrated by Whitney Martin Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, May 2005 $15.
The big mystery then is how, by George, does she do it?