The other had worked at the laws of corporation, and knew by heart
what every member of the corporation ought to know, so that he thought he could quite well speak on State matters and give his opinion.
He looked at it with a slight feeling of disappointment, but he had read till he knew by heart
the jewelled words with which Walter Pater has added beauty to the most famous picture in the world; and these now he repeated to Miss Price.
Katharine knew by heart
the sort of mood that possessed her as she walked upstairs to the drawing-room, her mother's arm in hers; and she could anticipate the pleasure with which, when she had turned on the lights, they both regarded the drawing-room, fresh swept and set in order for the last section of the day, with the red parrots swinging on the chintz curtains, and the arm-chairs warming in the blaze.
And we interpreted this as a sign, as powerless people tend to do, of heaven's willingness to let us have a few more minutes, to say what we have to say, to locate an address that we once knew by heart
. And this is how we come to her door, single file, no one anxious to go in front of the other, as in all her beauty she slips out a window, shinnies down the drainpipe, gone.
He knew by heart
Max's threat to his mama, "I'll eat you up."
The hate song chosen by the girls, which they knew by heart
, included the words, "I want to carry a machine gun and a rifle," and, "We shall strike Israel."http://tinyurl.com/27jqutj
The former Bishop of Newcastle and Southwark, Rt Rev Ronnie Bowlby, read Romans VIII, verses 31 - 39, beginning If God is for us, who can be against us?, a reading Lord Sheppard knew by heart