A stand between them supported a second candle and two great volumes, to which they frequently referred, comparing them, seemingly, with the smaller books they held in their hands, like people consulting a dictionary to aid
them in the task of translation.
The more it circulates through those channls and currents in which the passions of mankind naturally flow, the less will it require the aid
of the violent and perilous expedients of compulsion.
I decided that at the first opportunity I would take Sola into my confidence and openly ask her to aid
me, and with this resolution strong upon me I turned among my silks and furs and slept the dreamless and refreshing sleep of Mars.
The girl's mind had conceived a picture of the hut, of the two peasants, of the crownless king; she had imagined the wintry forest, she had recalled the old Saxon ghost-legends, she had appreciated Alfred's courage under calamity, she had remembered his Christian education, and had shown him, with the rooted confidence of those primitive days, relying on the scriptural Jehovah for aid
against the mythological Destiny.
This good friend even accompanied us part way, and then, promising to aid
us in any way that he found possible, bade us adieu.
Whenever you are ready," he added, "send me word and I will march with eighteen thousand of my most powerful warriors to your aid
Away bounded the Hart, and soon, by the aid
of his nimble legs, was nearly out of sight of the Hunter; but not noticing where he was going, he passed under some trees with branches growing low down in which his antlers were caught, so that the Hunter had time to come up.
Marilla, walking home one late April evening from an Aid
meeting, realized that the winter was over and gone with the thrill of delight that spring never fails to bring to the oldest and saddest as well as to the youngest and merriest.
Come and dwell in this glorious house in friendship together; for you two, well knowing the noble actions of men, aid
on their wisdom and their strength.
The clayey and sandy soils had acquired extreme hardness under the action of the heat; but, by the aid
of the machines, the rubbish on being dug out was rapidly carted away on railway wagons; and such was the ardor of the work, so persuasive the arguments of Barbicane's dollars, that by the 3rd of September all traces of the mould had entirely disappeared.
A well-developed tail having been formed in an aquatic animal, it might subsequently come to be worked in for all sorts of purposes, as a fly-flapper, an organ of prehension, or as an aid
in turning, as with the dog, though the aid
must be slight, for the hare, with hardly any tail, can double quickly enough.
The Ladies' Aid
bought it for me--and wasn't it lovely of them, when they wanted the carpet so?