Another petitioner," answered the man with the braces
I am already far north of London, and as I walk in the streets of Petersburgh, I feel a cold northern breeze play upon my cheeks, which braces
my nerves and fills me with delight.
Two feet above the crotch the branches were connected, each to the ones on both sides, by braces
of living wood.
Then after slipping his braces
off his shoulders he pulled up violently the venetian blind, and leaned his forehead against the cold window-pane - a fragile film of glass stretched between him and the enormity of cold, black, wet, muddy, inhospitable accumulation of bricks, slates, and stones, things in themselves unlovely and unfriendly to man.
Moreover, most of them were so weakened that hardly anything could be done without every- body that could totter mustering on the braces
And all through the passage there he was, first at the braces
, outermost on the yards, perpetually lending a hand everywhere, but always with a sober dignity in his manner, and a sober grin on his face, which plainly said, 'I do it as a gentleman.
The host, a slender, bright-eyed, dark young man of polite manners, whose garment was a black gown with strips of white crossed over it like braces
, and who no more resembled the conventional breed of Saint Bernard monks than he resembled the conventional breed of Saint Bernard dogs, replied, doubtless those were the three in question.
I was going to say, the king is generally dressed in a London hat only, or a Manchester pair of braces
, or one epaulette, or an uniform coat with his legs in the sleeves, or something of that kind.
This means another month in this beastly hole,' said Mahon to me, as we peered with lamps about the splintered bulwarks and broken braces
There could have been no such justification for me as the plain assent of her experience to whatever depth of depravity I found credible in our brace
There's a neighbor named Brace
Dunlap that's been wanting to marry their Benny for three months, and at last they told him point blank and once for all, he COULDN'T; so he has soured on them, and they're worried about it.
No doubt the old cheery publicity is a little embarrassing to the two most concerned, and the old marriage customs, the singing of the bride and bridegroom to their nuptial couch, the frank jests, the country horse-play, must have fretted the souls of many a lover before Shelley, who, it will be remembered, resented the choral celebrations of his Scotch landlord and friends by appearing at his bedroom door with a brace