says she; 'don't I tell you that you shall not go to service till your are bigger?
all I understood by being a gentlewoman was to be able to work for myself, and get enough to keep me without that terrible bugbear going to service, whereas they meant to live great, rich and high, and I know not what.
Such was the plunging progress of the Bell Companies in this period of expansion, that by 1905 they had swept past all European countries combined, not only in the quality of the service
but in the actual number of telephones in use.
Don Quixote turned to the duchess and said, "Your highness may conceive that never had knight-errant in this world a more talkative or a droller squire than I have, and he will prove the truth of what I say, if your highness is pleased to accept of my services
for a few days.
The President shall, at stated Times, receive for his Services
, a Compensation, which shall neither be encreased nor diminished during the Period for which he shall have been elected, and he shall not receive within that Period any other Emolument from the United States, or any of them.
Several of the teachers, however, who had been trained in the industries at Hampton, volunteered their services
, and in some way we succeeded in getting a third kiln ready for burning.
The religious service
was opened, as before, with a prayer in English.
One of the men was General Altendorff; and the other two were Mason and Vanderbold, the brains of the inner circle of the Oligarchy's secret service
He had entered the service
of Porthos upon condition that he should only be clothed and lodged, though in a handsome manner; but he claimed two hours a day to himself, consecrated to an employment which would provide for his other wants.
Thus far these compositions are called Liturgical Plays, because they formed, in general, a part of the church service
I was resolved that the first words spoken in his presence should be words which expressed my intention to leave his service
That the said Quinbus Flestrin, having brought the imperial fleet of Blefuscu into the royal port, and being afterwards commanded by his imperial majesty to seize all the other ships of the said empire of Blefuscu, and reduce that empire to a province, to be governed by a viceroy from hence, and to destroy and put to death, not only all the Big-endian exiles, but likewise all the people of that empire who would not immediately forsake the Big-endian heresy, he, the said Flestrin, like a false traitor against his most auspicious, serene, imperial majesty, did petition to be excused from the said service
, upon pretence of unwillingness to force the consciences, or destroy the liberties and lives of an innocent people.