There was scarcely a thing needed in the business that Durham and Company did not make
I am going to makethe scientific experiment of trying to get some and put it in myself and make
it push and draw me and make
I was pressed to do more than one thing which another could not do for me, and therefore endeavoured to make
my mistress understand, that I desired to be set down on the floor; which after she had done, my bashfulness would not suffer me to express myself farther, than by pointing to the door, and bowing several times.
With these words he girded the sword about his shoulders and towards sundown the presents began to make
their appearance, as the servants of the donors kept bringing them to the house of King Alcinous; here his sons received them, and placed them under their mother's charge.
What was there lacking about that program to make
it perfectly irresistible?
Call it gambling if you will, but just the same it seems to me more satisfying to create something, make
something, than just to roll dice out of a dice-box all day long.
Then there were other troubles, for know, O Deer-Runner, and Yellow-Head, and Afraid-of-the-Dark, that it is not easy to make
He is perfectly well aware that the nature of our vocation makes
us suspicious of all newcomers, and he, therefore, desires to give you practical proof that he is to be depended on, by making half-a-crown immediately, and sending the same up, along with our handiwork, directed in his own handwriting, to our estimable correspondents in London.
I 'll rip, and then do let me see you make
a bonnet, it must be so interesting," said Maud, whipping out her scissors and eagerly beginning to reduce a shabby little bonnet to its original elements.
But Aunt Myra spoke, and he could not resist the temptation to make
light of her advice, and let Rose brave the cold.
The last time we heard of monks and priests they were the friends of the people, doing their best to teach them and make
No doubt they occasionally do make
an attack, and are then beaten; and if not cured, they are destroyed; so that habit, with some degree of selection, has probably concurred in civilising by inheritance our dogs.