She had got a baby - oh, there were a pair
of babies when she gave birth to this child sitting here, that Friday night
That those terms which fall under the heads of 'positives' and 'privatives' are not opposed each to each as contraries, either, is plain from the following facts: Of a pair
of contraries such that they have no intermediate, one or the other must needs be present in the subject in which they naturally subsist, or of which they are predicated; for it is those, as we proved,' in the case of which this necessity obtains, that have no intermediate.
He groaned, and the figure turned its head, showing a pair
of little gold rings half hidden in curly black hair.
A sense of accomplished happiness now made the step of the young pair
lighter; they saw neither heaven, nor earth, nor houses; they flew, as it were, on wings to the church.
I'll tell you what, I will make each of them a shirt, and a coat and waistcoat, and a pair
of pantaloons into the bargain; and do you make each of them a little pair
By day I would have charged the great banth itself, had I thought it necessary, but hemmed in by the darkness of these silent pits I hesitated before a pair
She got worse and worse until she was sicker than ever the Hammond twins were, even the last pair
the Sheep asked, handing her a pair
of knitting- needles as she spoke.
The Kearney brothers had divided a suit between them, the elder wearing a tightly-fitting, single-breasted blue frock-coat and a pair
of pink striped cotton trousers, while the younger candidly displayed the trousers of his brother's suit, as a harmonious change to a shining black alpaca coat and crimson neckerchief.
Another and far more important reason than the delivery of a pair
of embroidered gloves, impelled Hester, at this time, to seek an interview with a personage of so much power and activity in the affairs of the settlement.
They are an uncommonly handsome pair
," he said, "and if they are as good as they look I am sure you need not wish for anything better; but I see you still hold that pet scheme of yours for worrying your horses and lessening their power.
Their yearly clothing consisted of two coarse linen shirts, one pair
of linen trousers, like the shirts, one jacket, one pair
of trousers for winter, made of coarse negro cloth, one pair
of stockings, and one pair
of shoes; the whole of which could not have cost more than seven dollars.