it up he said, "There, that's the stone your horse had picked up.
He followed him wherever he walked, wistfully and sadly; and when he saw him sitting, so pale and quiet, in Eva's room, holding
before his eyes her little open Bible, though seeing no letter or word of what was in it, there was more sorrow to Tom in that still, fixed, tearless eye, than in all Marie's moans and lamentations.
There were the rolling meadows, the stately elms, all yellow and brown now; the glowing maples, the garden-beds bright with asters, and the hollyhocks, rising tall against the parlor windows; only in place of the cheerful pinks and reds of the nodding stalks, with their gay rosettes of bloom, was a crape scarf holding
the blinds together, and another on the sitting-room side, and another on the brass knocker of the brown-painted door.
The two young men sprang at the hole, and he who reached it first went down upon his hands and knees and crawled in, lying on his shield and holding
his spear before him.
He clambered up and down stairs, and went from the parlour to the bar and back again, and sometimes put his nose out of doors to smell the sea, holding
on to the walls as he went for support and breathing hard and fast like a man on a steep mountain.
The chamberlains who were used to carry the train put their hands near the floor as if they were lifting up the train; then they did as if they were holding
something in the air.
I shall probably kill you the fourth," said he to him, holding
out his hand to assist him to rise.
I say at once there are fewer difficulties in holding
hereditary states, and those long accustomed to the family of their prince, than new ones; for it is sufficient only not to transgress the customs of his ancestors, and to deal prudently with circumstances as they arise, for a prince of average powers to maintain himself in his state, unless he be deprived of it by some extraordinary and excessive force; and if he should be so deprived of it, whenever anything sinister happens to the usurper, he will regain it.
See, he has something in his hand--he is holding
it up as if it were a signal.
The head of Miss Grant was covered by a neat little hat of green silk, and her modest eyes peered from under its shade, with the soft languor that characterized her whole appearance; but Miss Temple trod her father’s wide apartments with the step of their mistress, holding
in her hands, dangling by one of its ribbons, the gypsy that was to conceal the glossy locks that curled around her polished fore head in rich profusion.
The Times, Places and Manner of holding
Elections for Senators and Representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature thereof; but the Congress may at any time by Law make or alter such Regulations, except as to the Places of chusing Senators.
Open your sack, Mr Fox, open your sack,' cried the cat to him, but the dogs had already seized him, and were holding