Victor


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Victor,

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Victor-Michaelis-Menten equation - Synonym(s): Michaelis-Menten equation
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said Father Victor, not without feeling, as he watched the lama's face.
Maybe he's fond of the lad,' said Father Victor, half arresting the clergyman's motion.
Father Victor saw Kim edging towards the door, and interposed a strong leg.
Neither Bennett nor Father Victor found any answer ready.
Good heavens, I don't know how to console him,' said Father Victor, watching the lama intently.
But besides all these reasons, he was desirous to raise up against the Disinherited Knight (towards whom he already entertained a strong dislike) a powerful enemy in the person of Waldemar Fitzurse, who was likely, he thought, highly to resent the injury done to his daughter, in case, as was not unlikely, the victor should make another choice.
uf and Malvoisin, had, with his body half stretched over the balcony, accompanied the victor in each course, not with his eyes only, but with his whole heart and soul.
However unacceptable these sounds might be to Prince John, and to those around him, he saw himself nevertheless obliged to confirm the nomination of the victor, and accordingly calling to horse, he left his throne; and mounting his jennet, accompanied by his train, he again entered the lists.
To-morrow, the Lady Rowena will take upon her the state to which she has been called by the free election of the victor Knight, confirmed by the acclamations of the people.
Frances gives this something in her son's marked character no name; but when it appears in the grinding of his teeth, in the glittering of his eye, in the fierce revolt of feeling against disappointment, mischance, sudden sorrow, or supposed injustice, she folds him to her breast, or takes him to walk with her alone in the wood; then she reasons with him like any philosopher, and to reason Victor is ever accessible; then she looks at him with eyes of love, and by love Victor can be infallibly subjugated; but will reason or love be the weapons with which in future the world will meet his violence?
Victor looks well just now, for he listens with a sort of smiling interest; he never looks so like his mother as when he smiles --pity the sunshine breaks out so rarely
Now, Monsieur and Madame, if you don't come to tea, Victor and I will begin without you.