Yes, I can remember raking in money by thousands--but most frequently on the twelve, middle numbers, to which I constantly adhered
, and which kept appearing in a sort of regular order--first, three or four times running, and then, after an interval of a couple of rounds, in another break of three or four appearances.
Miller, he declared his curiosity and his desire of travelling through the Indian countries fully satisfied; he adhered
to his determination, therefore, to keep on with the party to St.
Groombride has loyally adhered
to this understanding.
Owing to the high combustibility of both the flax and the tar to which it adhered
, the dwarf had scarcely made an end of his brief speech before the work of vengeance was complete.
It was incontestable that, whether for right or for wrong, most readers of certain of Aspern's poems (poems not as ambiguous as the sonnets--scarcely more divine, I think-- of Shakespeare) had taken for granted that Juliana had not always adhered
to the steep footway of renunciation.
Each pedestrian could see no halo but his or her own, which never deserted the head-shadow, whatever its vulgar unsteadiness might be; but adhered
to it, and persistently beautified it; till the erratic motions seemed an inherent part of the irradiation, and the fumes of their breathing a component of the night's mist; and the spirit of the scene, and of the moonlight, and of Nature, seemed harmoniously to mingle with the spirit of wine.
There we stood and shrieked with laughter over the gems that were ours, which had been found for /us/ thousands of years ago by the patient delvers in the great hole yonder, and stored for /us/ by Solomon's long-dead overseer, whose name, perchance, was written in the characters stamped on the faded wax that yet adhered
to the lids of the chest.
There existed between him and the old church so profound an instinctive sympathy, so many magnetic affinities, so many material affinities, that he adhered
to it somewhat as a tortoise adheres to its shell.
Also Philip had been given to understand that people adhered
to other faiths only from obstinacy or self-interest: in their hearts they knew they were false; they deliberately sought to deceive others.
With all that, Aramis," continued Porthos, who adhered
to his idea, and that the more closely from the bishop having apparently endorsed it, - "with all that, you give me no explanation about what can have happened to these unfortunate boats.
During the now nineteen years' existence of the Tuskegee school, the plan of having the buildings erected by student labour has been adhered
Bulstrode, in which he stated that he had resumed his arrangements for quitting Middlemarch, and must remind Lydgate of his previous communications about the Hospital, to the purport of which he still adhered