And when I returned new drifts would have formed, through which I floundered, where the busy north-west wind had been depositing the powdery snow round a sharp angle in the road, and not a rabbit’s track, nor even the fine print, the small type, of a meadow mouse was to be seen.
Major William is a fine feller."
If we draw a blank in London, there’s a fine tour of England, Ireland and Scotland before us.”
“My collection of M’s is a fine one,” said he. “
“Why, the fine weather is here, and we must not forget that we have a voyage to make.”
And it was equally easy to recognise the welcome reappearance of his own finer nature in the horror with which he recoiled from the idea of a marriage with Rachel, and in the charming eagerness which he showed to return to his Ladies and his Poor.
All state obligations, payment of taxes, fulfillmentof state duties, and submission to punishments, exile, fines,etc.,
The miller's wife resolved to have sport with my brother: she had a piece of very fine stuff, with which she had a long time designed to make a vest; she wrapped it up in a fine embroidered silk handkerchief, and sent it to him by a young slave whom she kept; who being taught her lesson, went to the tailor's shop, and told him, "My mistress gives you her service, and prays you to make her a vest of this stuff according to this pattern; she changes her dress often, so that her custom will be profitable to you."
said Hans aloud, ‘what a fine thing it is to ride on horseback!
You and I and Joe would have wanted nothing then, and Joe and I would perhaps have gone partners when I was out of my time, and I might even have grown up to keep company with you, and we might have sat on this very bank on a fine Sunday, quite different people.
he said, “Pip, old chap, you knowed her when she were a fine figure of a—” and clasped my hand and said no more.
He is a fine looking man, well built, but has probably had a severe illness not long ago.
To see and hear fine ladies and men dancing and conversing, denotes that you will engage in profitable and pleasing associations.
Season and stew 2 spring chickens with 1 onion, some capers, parsley, 1 bay-leaf and 2 sprigs of thyme chopped fine until tender.
When nearly done, add 1 tablespoonful of butter, 2 sprigs of parsley chopped fine, 1 tablespoonful of soy, 1 tablespoonful each of tarragon and Worcestershire sauce.
A fine, even of twenty pounds, besides, though it may not, perhaps, be sufficient to discourage any man from entering into the Turkey trade, with an intention to continue in it, may be enough to discourage a speculative merchant from hazarding a single adventure in it.
Passepartout, in his joy on reaching at last the American continent, thought he would manifest it by executing a perilous vault in fine style; but, tumbling upon some worm-eaten planks, he fell through them.
In any event it is evident that the features contain an exceptionally large number <p 100>of fine muscles with especially rich motor capacity, and hence move together and in accordance with the psychical conditions.
But he was a fine-looking man when I married him,’ said my aunt, with an echo of her old pride and admiration in her tone; ‘and I believed him—I was a fool!—to be the soul of honour!’