" Louise spoke as calmly as if she had not mailed Patricia's defiant letter to Aunt Jane, or discovered her cousin's identity in the little hair-dresser from Madame Borne's establishment.
"I'll have Mary mail you a check on Tuesday.
He mailed a copy to Myra with a brief note: DEAR MYRA,Here's the answer to your question.
They are full of the clatter and bluster of German militariststhe mailed fist, the shining armour.
Sit down immediately and write the letter and I 'll mail it first thing in the morning, so he 'll get it before he has time to make other arrangements.
All this "evidence" Ardmore got together with great relish, and mailed the mass of stuff, that same night, to the Secretary of the Navy at Washington.
Certain winged and mailed denizens of the field seem to reach their heyday along with the plants they most affect.
Sometimes she sent him an article clipped from the magazines or newspapers dealing with some scientific subject, and once she mailed him a number of little photographs which she had taken with her own camera and which might reveal to him, if he were inclined to follow their suggestions, something of the life in which she was engaged.
What is your name?" He said: "I am the Baron von"it sounded like "Hossfer"and, in any case, to that name, care of General de Schwerin of the Seventh Division, I shall mail this book.
Joe e-mailed the company to inquire but received no answer.
Now did their many pursuers shout amain, fierce and joyful, goading their horses to swifter pace what time Beltane frowned from them to Sir Fidelis, who stood, mailed hands tight-clasped, watching Beltane eager and great-eyed.
I will also mail him the sporting papers regularly.
| Single Copies, for sale by all newsmen, (or mailed from this | | office, free,) Ten Cents.
And the son of Kronos gave unto her a people that wooeth mailed war, a people of the horse and of the spear, and knowing well the touch of Olympia's golden olive-leaves.
Acts, for instance, which aim at producing exalted emotional effect among ordinary slow-witted peopleBurke's dagger, Louis Napoleon's tame eagle, the German Kaiser's telegrams about Huns and mailed fistsmay do so, and therefore be in the end politically successful, although they produce spontaneous laughter in men whose conception of good political manners is based upon the idea of self-restraint.
"We'll mail the money to Olsen....
Now, after the lapse of but a single year, these obstacles, it has been discovered, are far less formidable than they were supposed to be, and mail stages with passengers now pass and repass regularly twice in each week, by a common wagon road, between San Francisco and St. Louis and Memphis in less than twenty-five days.
Dantur quidem bonis, saith Austin, ne quis mala aestimet: mails autem ne quis nimis bona, good men have wealth that we should not think, it evil; and bad men that they should not rely on or hold it so good; as the rain falls on both sorts, so are riches given to good and bad, sed bonis in bonum, but they are good only to the godly.
Horses, mailed knights, vassals are mixed together in wild confusion; banners are waving and lances flashing amid the dust and smoke, while the wounded and dying are trodden under foot in darkness and blood.
In this connection, one of our worst problems is to learn from those who mail us subscription orders whether they are simply forwarding for other people or are sending the paper at their expense in the hope of making a convert or of introducing it to someone, with the hope that she will want to continue the subscription.
So I signed on to serve King George an' his missus an' kids for ever an' ever, or duration of war, Amen, with a mental footnote, which last was the only part I mentioned in mailing my dad, that I was a Benevolent Neutral.
It seems Miss Taylor had given the girl the letter to mail the previous evening and had indeed made a considerable point of its being mailed.
The London newspapers I had the honour to represent as War Correspondent knew operations were about to begin, but I did not cable or mail them one word which would give an indication that big things were afoot.
When you are out of these Blanks, advise, and we will mail new supply free
To the Senate and House of Representatives: I communicate herewith a letter of the Postmaster-General, with accompanying correspondence, in relation to mail transportation between our Atlantic and Pacific possessions, and earnestly commend the subject to the early consideration of Congress.