And I repeat," said Barbicane; "who told you that they have not done
Then the King went angrily to the cook, and scolded him, and asked him why he had not done
what he was told.
We know we have to face hard truths and take strong steps, but we have not done
That is not all; then, you say, science itself will teach man (though to my mind it's a superfluous luxury) that he never has really had any caprice or will of his own, and that he himself is something of the nature of a piano-key or the stop of an organ, and that there are, besides, things called the laws of nature; so that everything he does is not done
by his willing it, but is done of itself, by the laws of nature.
But it takes time to make a raft, even when one is as industrious and untiring as the Tin Woodman, and when night came the work was not done
I can speak as I like, and I tell you plainly that there are not many wives with husbands such as you who would not have taken lovers (des amants), but I have not done
so," said she.
Yet, had he not done
this, Jerry, who ate his food and who was growing accustomed to changing his masters, would have accepted Nalasu for master.
Dear Miss Emily," he said, "you distress me: you have not done
Here he paused, but not long; for as he looked round, as if expecting the attendant to have followed, and wondering she had not done
so, a lovely girl appeared, whose dark hair next moment rested on his breast.
Tom looked up with that momentary stopping of the breath which comes with a sudden joy; then he gave a long sigh, and turned his blue-gray eyes straight on Philip's face, as he had not done
for a fortnight or more.
Another was that she had not done
as well on the stage as she had expected to do.
Davis had evidently taken his coffee too strong that morning, there was an east wind, which always affected his neuralgia, and his pupils had not done
him the credit which he felt he deserved.
Father Fochel of the Cathedral had attempted to explain it; but he had not done
so to her satisfaction.
You wanted to burn me alive when I had not done
you any harm, and latterly you have been trying to injure my professional reputation.
No one, at least, can think I have not done
enough for them: even themselves, they can hardly expect more.