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1348 words to describe how to looks

After that day, we enjoyed our holiday to the utmost; though both of us looked forward to the time when our driver should come; for we were tremendously anxious to inquire of him, and through him among the people of the tiny hamlet, whether any of them could give us information about that strange garden, lying away by itself in the heart of an almost unknown tract of country.

I looked 'round into the blackness, and saw a multitude of eyes.

Going nearer, I looked at the stone, more closely.

The only man who seemed to be able to look ahead a little and understand what a future there might be for France in Tunis was Gambetta.

Then suddenly observing me, he stooped nervously as if about to fly on the instant, but as I remained as motionless as the stone, he gained confidence, and looked me steadily in the face for about a minute, then flew quietly to the outlet and began to sing.

My sister had taken charge of him since his wound, to nurse him, for it had proved more severe than I had thought, and I was pleased to note that, in spite of her state of mind, she had looked after the old dog, carefully.

A little before teatime, he looked up at me, curiously.

On the following day the first assembly for morning school passed without anything happening, though every one looked rather anxiously towards the head-master's throne as Dr. Denson took his seat.

When the Shah was presented to the royal lady, he looked hard at her without saying a word, then remarked to her husband: "Laide, vieille, pourquoi garder?"

Darrow looked up sharply.

They certainly did look, as she had said, heavenly angels in their night attire (he had been privileged to see them).

I looked up, quickly, and as I did

That power eluded the grasp and baffled the research of human genius, which was looking so earnestly after it, until ingenuity gave it up, and philosophy pronounced it a delusion.

These looked forward so eagerly to her helpful conversation that in course of time it was arranged she should give a short Gospel address in each of the men's wards once a week.

neighbourhooda lame man on crutches, a child walking beside him looking wistfully at the children playing about but not daring to leave her chargegroups of students hurrying through the gardens on their way to the Sorbonne, their black leather serviettes under their armscouples always everywhere.

Still, when I looked more intently, I was unable to say that it was really mist; for it appeared to blend with the plain, giving it a peculiar unrealness, and conveying to the senses the idea of unsubstantiality.

Then, it would be after dinner, as I sat reading, that, happening to look up suddenly, I saw something peering in over the window ledge the eyes and ears alone showing.

July 17th, 18" He walked slowly along the fragrant wood-path, looking thoughtfully at the shadows as they played hide and seek upon the moss, while through the trees he caught glimpses of the sparkling river which sang as it rolled along.

A fine-looking and imposing building it is, standing back in a large quadrangle, the latter being gay with flowers.

The others looked at him inquiringly.

Together they started back, looking about keenly in what appeared to be an empty room.

In a certain spot of the room, always in the same spot, a bright light suddenly flashes; out of its midst there gleams a preternaturally large eye, which looks fixedly at me with a diabolical expression.

Or if we look upward we reach an over-world, where moons and suns are circling in the heights.

The others had growled at the extra bulk and weight, when the Boy put the box into the boat at St. Michael's, but they had now begun to look kindly on it and ask when it was to be opened.

THE WORLD-MARCH: OF TRADERS [AMSTERDAM] Lo, my soul, look forth abroad And mark the busy stir: Wouldst thou say, in pride and scorn, Our God is not in her!

He paused now in his turn, but the Boy looked straight before him, saying nothing.

On looking more attentively, I perceived many of these beings among the spectators, showing, by their gestures, the greatest anxiety for the issue of the contest.

Yet, through the whole week, there had been nothing to alarm me, either by sight or sound; so that I was able to look back, calmly, to the incident; though still with a sense of unmitigated wonder and curiosity.

I merely looked to see if that marshal's b√Ęton

No, do we look alike?" Donnegan stopped short.

THE WORLD-MARCH: OF TRADERS [AMSTERDAM] Lo, my soul, look forth abroad And mark the busy stir: Wouldst thou say, in pride and scorn, Our God is not in her!

He limped over to the strangers, and stood looking at them gravely, modestly, but with careful scrutiny.

We walked on, indulging our imaginations in conjecture; but had not proceeded more than a quarter of a mile, before we beheld a similar scene going on to our left, by the same ill-looking crew.

The nurse was looking quietly on, quite willing that her work should be thus taken off her hands.

"I cannot eat," she exclaimed, seeing that they both looked suspiciously at the thick slice of currant-bread, that lay untouched on her plate.

Joe Carbrook, as downright in his new purpose as he had been in his old scornful refusal to look at life seriously, quickly found a place for himself in the church and the other activities of the Foundation.

And as she shook her head and looked at me sadly, I added: "Oh!

The ideal life of a Christian is possible to very few, but we naturally look for a nearer approach to it in those who associate together to disseminate the doctrines which they believe to be its formative essentials, and there is nothing which the enemies of religion seize on so gladly as any inconsistency between the conduct and the professions of such persons.

Looking backward over the moving processional of the nations of the earth, we may see how, without rest, without pause, through countless ages, the myriad legions of men have been passing across the scene of lifepassing, and fading away!

Henshaw was looking at him steadfastly through eyes that blazed with hate.

"You see what an awful mess I've gotten into?" He passed a hurried hand across his forehead and then looked at her searchingly.

He removed his cigar from his mouth and looked at it critically.

Dexterously he swept the curry-comb over the shining coats and then drew it through the brush in his left hand with a curious vocal accompaniment, something between a long-drawn whistle and a sigh, and the horses laid their heads against his shoulder affectionately and looked wonderingly at the stranger out of their large, bright eyes.

When he looked closer, the thing seemed to be a kind of man.

She looked at him questioningly, but put no spoken question.

"Now you're a nice-looking Sunday school!"

'Well upon my word!' he exclaimed, looking at her uneasily. '

In taking leave of it, Mrs. Connors looked about her even coldly, as if this barren room were too denuded of its memories.

Donnegan looked sternly at the girl and swallowed.

Instead of the great, hale man, who scarcely looked fifty, I was looking at a bent, decrepit man, whose shoulders stooped, and whose face was wrinkled with the years of a century.