The party beneath, now more apparent in the light of the dawn, consisted of our old acquaintances, Tom Loker and Marks, with two constables, and a posse consisting of such rowdies at the last tavern as could be engaged by a little brandy to go and help the fun of trapping a set of niggers.
When I found the suit of clothes in the moat, it at once became apparent to me that the body we had found could not have been the body of Mr. John Douglas at all, but must be that of the bicyclist from Tunbridge Wells.
How well this state, now completed in its main outlines, suited the social condition of the Athenians was apparent by the rapid growth of wealth, commerce and industry.
He wore a furry silk hat, and the frequent substitution of twine and shoe-laces for buttons, apparent at critical points of his costume, marked a man essentially bachelor.
There was no new way clearly apparent for men to follow, and the prince was there.
If anybody shall reprove me, and shall make it apparent unto me, that in any either opinion or action of mine I do err, I will most gladly retract.
The naturally putrid smell of the Wrackshee guards now was mingled with a stale odor of sweating, unwashed beasts that hung in the air, although no other beasts were apparent beyond Helga her small group of fellow captives.
There is an air of truth apparent through thewhole; and indeed the author was so distinguished for his veracity,that it became a sort of proverb among his neighbours at Redriff,when any one affirmed a thing, to say, it was as true as if Mr.Gulliver had spoken it.
This ought, I think, to be apparent without any explanation.
CHAPTER LVI Georgy is Made a Gentleman Georgy Osborne was now fairly established in his grandfather's mansion in Russell Square, occupant of his father's room in the house and heir apparent of all the splendours there.
That entry and exit hereby was only at rare intervals became apparent on noting that tufts of grass were allowed to flourish undis- turbed in the chinks of the sill.
The disparity of the forces was apparent before the battle.
The pro-founder possibilities of writing, the possibilities of a vast extension and definition and settlement of knowledge and tradition, only grew apparent after long ages.
It becomes apparent from this, that animal societies may indeed have a certain value in drawing conclusions in regard to human life--but only negatively.
The logical accuracy of our language, however, is apparent throughout.