Pott presented themselves again
and again to his wandering imagination.
To this day, when I look upon the fat black letters in the primer, the puzzling novelty of their shapes, and the easy good-nature of O and Q and S, seem to present themselves again
before me as they used to do.
Then they fell back from the edge, formed themselves again
into line, and waited for the next victim.
They would have it out that morning whatever it was, and be themselves again
in the afternoon.
It was not with them as with other men, whom small things could discourage, or small discontents cause to wish themselves again
Aramis drew the letter from his pocket; the three friends surrounded him, and the three lackeys grouped themselves again
near the wine jar.
Close at his heels came a hundred furious peasants, who flung themselves again
and again against the five swords which confronted them.
Revenge is an Indian feeling, and all who know me know that there is no cross in my veins; but this much will I say--here, in the face of heaven, and with the power of the Lord so manifest in this howling wilderness--that should these Frenchers ever trust themselves again
within the range of a ragged bullet, there is one rifle which shall play its part so long as flint will fire or powder burn!
Some few of the more advanced and inveterate theorists set themselves again
to work upon calculations regarding the laws of projectiles.
At four the party found themselves again
at the station, took their places in the train, and the whistle sounded for starting.
The yearning memories, the bitter regret, the agonized sympathy, the struggling appeals to the Invisible Right--all the intense emotions which had filled the days and nights of the past week, and were compressing themselves again
like an eager crowd into the hours of this single morning, made Adam look back on all the previous years as if they had been a dim sleepy existence, and he had only now awaked to full consciousness.
The direction taken by our aeronauts differed somewhat from that of the morning, and thus about nine o'clock, instead of finding themselves again
near the borders of Lake Tchad, they saw the desert still stretching away before them.
At last, however, the noises and shaking stopped, and they began to come to themselves again
About this time the two Miss Steeles, lately arrived at their cousin's house in Bartlett's Buildings, Holburn, presented themselves again
before their more grand relations in Conduit and Berkeley Streets; and were welcomed by them all with great cordiality.
The current bore them along at a rapid rate; the light spirits of the Canadian voyageurs, which had occasionally flagged upon land, rose to their accustomed buoyancy on finding themselves again
upon the water.