Among them, like the "jocoso" of a Spanish play, full of wit and epigrammatic sallies, another girl was watching the rest with a comprehensive glance, making them laugh, and tossing up her head, too lively and arch not to be pretty.
In this second group were several girls with exquisite figures and distinguished features, but there was little in their glance or expression that was simple and candid.
She measured, at a glance, the distance that now separated her from them; but she said nothing.
Reaching that height, her eye was on a level with a slight opening in the partition, the real object of her efforts, for the glance that she cast through it can be compared only to that of a miser discovering Aladdin's treasure.
It is very difficult to hide even a slight emotion or sentiment from fifteen inquisitive and unoccupied young girls, whose wits and mischief ask for nothing better than secrets to guess, schemes to create or baffle, and who know how to find too many interpretations for each gesture, glance, and word, to fail in discovering the right one.
"Do you call him that!" cried Ginevra, casting a glance of astonishment at the painter, who was silent for a moment.
Tom's basket was weighed and approved; and he looked, with an anxious glance, for the success of the woman he had befriended.
As she delivered it, Legree looked in her eyes with a sneering yet inquiring glance.
December could be a big month for Alan King with Sunday's Cheltenham scorer Sceau Royal earmarked for a showdown with Altior in the Tingle Creek Chase, and the trainer has already mapped out a Listed race against her own sex at Aintree before Christmas for stablemate Giving Glances
, who could hardly have had an easier debut over jumps in the 2m hurdle for juvenile fillies.
Physical demand is associated with lateral and longitudinal driver performance (lane crossings, standard deviation of lateral position and speed), with correlated surrogate metrics of task time, step count, total glance
time, number of glances
, and subjective workload.