"I can't stop, awfully sorry, another time," said Vronsky, and he ran upstairs towards his brother's box
Having admitted images, we may say that the word "box
," in the absence of the box
, is caused by an image of the box
"So it is you who have turned me out of my box
; it is a very strange thing for a colt like you to come and turn a lady out of her own home."
"Oh yes, I heard it today," said Shinshin, coming into the Rostovs' box
There was abundance of time to look about him again though, when he had rung it, for nobody came, so after ringing it twice or thrice he sat down upon his box
, and waited.
At this moment the door of the minister's box
opened, and Madame Danglars, accompanied by her daughter, entered, escorted by Lucien Debray, who assiduously conducted them to their seats.
"And two boxes
of my cartridges," she added, "to say nothing of handkerchiefs, towels, sheets, and my best pair of slippers.
Jacob took the box
with his left hand, but saw no necessity for running away.
I have already told the reader that there were two strong staples fixed upon that side of my box
which had no window, and into which the servant, who used to carry me on horseback, would put a leathern belt, and buckle it about his waist.
We were all convinced that the box
was on its way, by water, to somewhere, but where that might be we would have to discover.
They landed me at Vauxhall, with my heavy iron box
, and with a bluff, genial inspector as my companion.
I made up my mind, of course, that the box
and contents would never get farther north than the studio of my misanthropic friend, in Chambers Street, New York.