If members of any society take advantage of the freedom allowed by considering === Page 93 ============================================================ each regular meeting a separate session, and repeatedly renew obnoxious or unprofitable motions, the society can adopt a rule prohibiting the second introduction of any principal question § 6 within, say, three or six months after its rejection, or indefinite postponement, or after the society has refused to consider it.
At times, however, Emma shuddered at the sudden thought of meeting Rodolphe, for it seemed to her that, although they were separated forever, she was not completely free from her subjugation to him.
We walk through ourselves, meeting robbers, ghosts, giants, old men, young men, wives, widows, brothers-in-love, but always meeting ourselves.
He did not doubt but this unexpected violence was by the caliph's order, who, he thought, had been informed of his favourite's meeting the prince of Persia there.
On my way to the village I prepared myself for the possibility of meeting Sir Percival.
Meeting Robert PazzoNella recognized Dr. Pazzo’s face from the case files and the television news, but only barely.
Might I ask you to hand me my violin, and we will postpone all further thought upon this business until we have had the advantage of meeting Dr. Mortimer and Sir Henry Baskerville in the morning.”
By the way, Winnie, I find I shall be unable to go to Mr. Railing’s meeting to-morrow.”
So, there was some special interest in his anticipation of meeting Mar-Marie and Ord.
I was then rather excited at the prospect of meeting Kurtz very soon.
INTRODUCTION It was on July 21, 1894, that I had the honour of meeting Lord Kitchener and getting the autographed impression of his right hand, which I now publish for the first time as frontispiece to this volume.
Pitt meeting Sir John in the House, expressed his great regret that the pressing wants of Manchester and Glasgow could not be supplied so soon as was desirable, adding, “The money cannot be raised for some days.” “
But since it is more prudent for young women to arrive under her care, why run the unnecessary risk of meeting Mrs. Grundy's jackal on the doorstep?
Pete's meeting Hands at--ouch--Joe's--ouch--Tavern on Clark Street.
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It was said that Ippolit Kirillovitchwas in a tremor at meeting Fetyukovitch, and that they had beenenemies from the beginning of their careers in Petersburg, that thoughour sensitive prosecutor, who always considered that he had beenaggrieved by someone in Petersburg because his talents had not beenproperly appreciated, was keenly excited over the Karamazov case,and was even dreaming of rebuilding his flagging fortunes by meansof it, Fetyukovitch, they said, was his one anxiety.
Her appearance on meeting Eugene was purposely indifferent and her attitude anything but coaxing and gay.
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They rush out together, one falling by the hand of the lurking slaughterer, the other meeting a speedy death at the assegais of the spectators.
Scramblers are my first shot at meeting that challenge— and given how much they resemble the brittle stars found in earthly seas, I may have crapped out on the whole unlike-anything-you’ve-ever-seen front, at least in terms of gross morphology.
With touching fidelity they seized every chance of meeting Mrs. Archer and Janey in the course of their continental travels, and displayed a supernatural acuteness in finding out when they were to pass through London on their way to or from the States.
Rakitin did not likemeeting Alyosha, especially of late.