Spoken entirely at random, spoken without so much as a fragment of evidence to support them, those last words
still had their effect.
Indeed, the Squire's last words deserved to have their effect, for they had been the result of much anxious thought.
If he'll only turn out a brave, helpful, truth-telling Englishman, and a gentleman, and a Christian, that's all I want," thought the Squire; and upon this view of the case he framed his last words of advice to Tom, which were well enough suited to his purpose.
Then Robin stepped to the edge of the scaffold, while the people grew still as death; for they desired to hear the last words
uttered to the victims.
These are my last words
, dear boys," she said firmly.
Which last words
he accompanied and graced with the very action, which, of all others, was the most proper to it.
The actress has many films lined up next year, apart from "The Last Word
," such as "The Clapper," "Anon" and an untitled Nash Edgarton Project.
While expressing MPs' desire to see the consultations end in the shortest possible time, Ennaceur wished to recall that the Parliament has the last word
on the next government.
It is the last word
of God" he triumphantly declared.
Global Banking News-December 4, 2012--German finance minister says ECB cannot have last word
on bank supervision(C)2012 ENPublishing - http://www.
We end Volume 22 with a Last Word
interview with Joel McIntosh, who has published this journal, in one form or another, for all of its 22 volumes.
Well you finally did it, your political bent and constant adolescent comments concerning YOUR current president have driven me to "have the last word
Some cryptic crossword clues call "Amen" the "last word
", and that makes me reflect not only on my last words
, but on the last words
God will say about me.
What all of this grammatical talk means is that, while it appears the Sidonian (1 Kgs 16:31), Jezebel, has the last word
, she has not been able to defeat the Word of Yahweh.
Do judges in Canada's Supreme Court have the last word
, or is that the privilege of the journalists who choose which cases to cover and how to explain them to a diverse audience?