a couple of hungry-looking dogs, but both hurried circuitously away from the advances I made them.
A fat Polish nobleman, who had been the most offensive of all who were present at the table d'hote, at once went upstairs, while some of the Frenchmen were simply disgusted when I told them that two years ago I had encountered
a man at whom, in 1812, a French 'hero' fired for the mere fun of discharging his musket.
True, running away from Queen Anne, he had later encountered them on the Yukon and cultivated an acquaintance with them--the pioneer ones who crossed the passes on the trail of the men who had opened up the first diggings.
The next time he encountered her she had turned away from him angrily and contemptuously.
Nevertheless, in his subconsciousness was being planted the impression that, kinder than Lamai, than Agno, than Bashti, this was the kindest black he had encountered
Though never permitted by his mother to approach that wall, he had approached the other walls, and encountered
hard obstruction on the end of his tender nose.
His dress and manner showed plainly that I had not encountered
this time a person in the lower ranks of life.
A HOUND, who in the days of his youth and strength had never yielded to any beast of the forest, encountered
in his old age a boar in the chase.
The same day I called on Lady Janet to thank her, and encountered
a new revelation of the wayward and original character of my dear old aunt.
Wherefore he fled from what he deemed his father's house and in his flight he encountered
and unwillingly slew his father Laius.
Then, when the storm broke, Wolf Larsen cruised back and forth over that portion of the ocean where we had encountered
it, and somewhat more to the westward, while the boats were being repaired and new sails made and bent.
The person whom the traveller had so abruptly encountered
was of this kind: bluff, hale, hearty, and in a green old age: at peace with himself, and evidently disposed to be so with all the world.