Mrs Chivery at once laid aside her work, rose up from her seat behind the counter, and deploringly shook her head.
Mrs Chivery shook her head again, put her apron in a motherly way to her eyes, and reconducted her visitor into the regions of the business.
Here the good woman pointed to the little window, whence her son might be seen sitting disconsolate in the tuneless groves; and again shook her head and wiped her eyes, and besought him, for the united sakes of both the young people, to exercise his influence towards the bright reversal of these dismal events.
She shook her head as if she had not derived all the comfort she had fondly expected from this interview, but thanked him nevertheless for the trouble he had kindly taken.
She shook her head
, and, though she had stopped, she evinced her desire to go on.
She shook her head
, unable to speak, and the tears rolled down her cheeks.
Jane shook her head
vehemently and would have removed the golden links from about her throat, but Tarzan would not let her.
Margaret shook her head
at them; she could not speak any more.
The patient shook her head
, and stretched out her hand towards the child.
She came to her door, with even more than her usual affection of manner, when I knocked to acquaint her with this discovery; but only said, 'I have not the heart to take it, Trot, tonight,' and shook her head
, and went in again.
Anderssen held out the chubby infant, but she shook her head.
Seeing no reason for withholding the information, she told him the truth; but when he asked if she expected to meet her husband at the end of the trip, she shook her head negatively.
ears, stood up in the stands on laughed and shook her head
as Murray answered the final question.
Cathryn Quinn shook her head
while walking toward the net Thursday night.
A NURSE told yesterday how she shook her head
in shock after a colleague drew a smiley face on a patient's hernia.