The patting at once grew louder in encouragement and then ceased altogether.
But little time will be left me to ponder upon my destiny—the circles rapidly grow small—we are plunging madly within the grasp of the whirlpool—and amid a roaring, and bellowing, and thundering of ocean and of tempest, the ship is quivering, oh God!
Out of a thousand crimes committed by persons between the ages of:––––––––––––––—AGAINST AGAINSTPROPERTY PERSONSLess than 16 years 2 0.5316-21 105 2821-25 114 5025-30 101 4830 35 93 4135-40 78 3140-45 63 2545-50 48 1950-55 34 1555-60 24 1260 65 19 1165-70 14 870-80 8 5More than 80 2 2–––––––––––––––—Through both columns a definite curve may be drawn which grows steadily and drops steadily.
For he suddenly grew pale and sat down in a chair almost fainting. "
As Tammie glowered, amazed and curious, The mirth and ---- grew fast and furious.
However that may be, psychologists and anatomists agree in informing us that the brain of a human being is exceedingly plastic in childhood, and that it gradually grows more and more impervious to impressions and changes as the individual matures.
Every profound spirit needs a mask; nay, more, around every profound spirit there continually grows a mask, owing to the constantly false, that is to say, SUPERFICIAL interpretation of every word he utters, every step he takes, every sign of life he manifests.
It slowly grew to that.
Pulcheria Alexandrovna was indeed growing more timid the longer she kept silent.
Yet she smiled on and still on, uncomplainingly, because she saw that the painter (who had high renown) took a fervid and burning pleasure in his task, and wrought day and night to depict her who so loved him, yet who grew daily more dispirited and weak.
We had gone on, so far, in a mixture of confidential jest and earnest, that had long grown naturally out of our familiar relations, begun as mere children.
Presently the ravine grew narrower for a space, and carelessly I stepped into the stream.
A huge cherry-tree grew outside, so close that its boughs tapped against the house, and it was so thick-set with blossoms that hardly a leaf was to be seen.
But she sank into him, like water over dry earth, melted and curved around him and he quickly grew gentle again.
The room grew doubly hot and Ségouin’s task grew harder each moment: there was even danger of personal spite.
I showed him a corn that I had cutoff with my own hand, from a maid of honour’s toe; it was about thebigness of Kentish pippin, and grown so hard, that when I returnedEngland, I got it hollowed into a cup, and set in silver.
Instinctively the clasp on his wife's hand grew closer, till his knuckles looked white.
As the world population of computer viruses grows exponentially, so does thepotential for real disaster.
It is well known that an unfurnished room seems much smaller than a furnished one, and a lawn covered with snow, smaller than a thickly-grown one.
The case is the same with people who have much to do with <p 474>money—tax, post, bank, and treasury officials, who are obliged to attend rigorously to monotonous work—the reception and distribution of money, easily grow tired.