We are on the way home now, though, of course, it is all pretence that we can go to so many of the places in one day
Master noticed the change, too, and one day
when he got out of the carriage and came to speak to us, as he often did, he stroked her beautiful neck.
Then the duke said openly that his dog had been killed by a drug with which they meant to poison him; and one day
after dinner he went to bed, calling out that he had pains in his stomach and that Mazarin had poisoned him.
I went to the Botanic Garden, where many plants, well known for their great utility, might be seen growing.
an old man went to a stream to dip in a crust of bread which he was going to eat, when a dog came out of the water, snatched the bread from his hand, and ran away.
So one day
in April a company of pilgrims gathered at the Tabard Inn on the south side of the Thames, not far from London Bridge.
And then one day
, maybe twenty years ago, or twenty-five, there came a schooner right through the passage and into the lagoon.
He waited till one day
there was preaching in the Markdale church in the middle of the week because it was sacrament time and Miss Jemima Parr and her family all went because her father was an elder.
Also, I was told the terms of my employment--a ten-hour day, every day in the month including Sundays and holidays, with one day
off each month, with a salary of thirty dollars a month.
Digging one day
for fishworms, I discovered the ground-nut (Apios tuberosa) on its string, the potato of the aborigines, a sort of fabulous fruit, which I had begun to doubt if I had ever dug and eaten in childhood, as I had told, and had not dreamed it.
But one day
she walked home with a pale-faced little woman who worked opposite to her, Jadvyga Marcinkus by name, and Jadvyga told her how she, Marija, had chanced to get her job.
I suppose you don't dance," said Watson, one day
, with a glance at Philip's club-foot.