Let us first go back to Monsieur Robert Darzac," said Rouletabille, calming
Jerry Nichols clutched his forehead with both hands, raised both hands to heaven, and then, as if despairing of calming
himself by these means, picked up a paper-weight from the desk and hurled it at a portrait of the founder of the firm, which hung over the mantelpiece.
He was calming
down, getting hold of the actuality into which he had been thrown--for the first time perhaps since Victor Haldin had entered his room.
With this advice he kissed his blooming daughter on the cheek, and slowly repaired to Mrs Varden's room; where that lady, lying all pale and languid on her couch, was refreshing herself with a sight of her last new bonnet, which Miggs, as a means of calming
her scattered spirits, displayed to the best advantage at her bedside.
He dressed and got out so quickly that he found himself at the corner of the patriarchal street nearly an hour before her time; but he was not sorry to have the opportunity of calming
himself with a leisurely walk.
Charlotte's fist was by no means a light one; but, lest it should not be effectual in calming
Oliver's wrath, Mrs.
Glegg carried something else up-stairs with her, which, together with the "Saints' Rest" and the gruel, may have had some influence in gradually calming
her feelings, and making it possible for her to endure existence on the ground-floor, shortly before tea-time.
We all recall the multitude of petitions demanding traffic calming
in the late 1990s,' Coun Hartley (Lab Ladywood) added
measures are delaying ambulances responding to 999 calls.
More than two in five drivers reckon traffic- calming
measures are as annoying as being burgled or robbed, according to a survey.
Yoga's effect on harmonizing, balancing and calming
the mind and emotions can neutralize overpowering emotions before they result in overeating or bingeing.
He told Indications that the porcupine puffer fish excels at calming
patients-they interact with people, and "have the greatest personality.