You notice a couple of child-like beings conversing by a window, and you wonder what sweet, helpful
words are falling from their sainted lips.
He was an elderly man, with a white beard and a florid complexion, who had painted a number of decorations for the State, but these were an object of derision to the students he instructed: he was a disciple of Ingres, impervious to the progress of art and angrily impatient with that tas de farceurs whose names were Manet, Degas, Monet, and Sisley; but he was an excellent teacher, helpful
, polite, and encouraging.
The flames received this as a helpful
attention, and made the most of it.
Under the influence of the Hampton-Tuskegee idea the races are coming into a closer sympathy and into an honourable and helpful
An institution upholding honor, the source of emulation, is one similar to the Legion d'honneur of the great Emperor Napoleon, not harmful but helpful
to the success of the service, but not a class or court privilege.
I spent much of my time staring reflectively at the titles of the boys' stories in the booksellers' windows, whistling for a breeze, so to say, for I found that the titles were even more helpful
than the stories.
For Glinda gave her good advice on all occasions; and the Woggle-Bug, who was appointed to the important post of Public Educator, was quite helpful
to Ozma when her royal duties grew perplexing.
It would have been very helpful
to us could we have made friends with them, as their country abutted directly upon that of the Galus.
Anne enjoyed it thoroughly in all its phases -- the stimulating class rivalry, the making and deepening of new and helpful
friendships, the gay little social stunts, the doings of the various societies of which she was a member, the widening of horizons and interests.
friend had surely the first claim to know why she had failed to keep her engagement with Sir Jervis Redwood.
She did not try to settle the question, but did her best to love and serve and bear with each, and the good will, the gentle heart, the helpful
ways and simple manners of our Polly made her dear to every one, for these virtues, even in a little child, are lovely and attractive.
cried Rose eagerly, charmed to be met in this helpful
and cordial way.