, the other man, too had changed as though in sympathetic deference to his superior officer.
His voice when he spoke was, curiously enough
, the voice of a gentleman, thick and a trifle rough though it sounded.
And, curiously enough
, while my thoughts were thus running on towards the rapids of that swirling moment, the very thing happened which I had often imagined might happen to myself.
The garden, curiously enough
, was a quarter of a mile from the house, and the way to it led up a shallow draw past the cattle corral.
And yet," she went on, "curiously enough
, since it was erected, there have been more wrecks than ever."
Alan is the biggest child of them all, and I doubt not that she thought so, but curiously enough
her views of him are among the things I have forgotten.
, he has never seemed to care for solitude.
the excitement was due less to the fact that an innocent man was in danger of a wrongful conviction than to the interest taken in their own ideas as to the Mystery of The Yellow Room.
, her sense of proportion rejected this as soon as it was done.
Michael Vanstone appears to have died, curiously enough
, as Mr.
, though, only the name of the man was mentioned in them; nothing about his business, or what he was doing over on this side.
I often remembered figures from that other life, and, curiously enough
, they appeared and disappeared, now and again, in my new life.
, Waters sees Neale Fenn's Longford as favourites to take the title, though he agrees it's a much more evenly balanced division this year.
Now curiously enough
, a minister has spoken against the habits of Indian women.
His cultured taste was cultivated, curiously enough
, when he was an investment banker in New York.