I wanted to be certain the lady had not been killed, and I shall not go away until she is perfectly
We must suppose the Melipona to make her cells truly spherical, and of equal sizes; and this would not be very surprising, seeing that she already does so to a certain extent, and seeing what perfectly
cylindrical burrows in wood many insects can make, apparently by turning round on a fixed point.
I think the copy was shown to the editor of some magazine who rejected it indignantly on the sole ground that "the girl never says anything." This is perfectly
The Malade River was the only trapping ground within reach; but to have to compete there with veteran trappers, perfectly
at home among the mountains, and admirably mounted, while they were so poorly provided with horses and trappers, and had but one man in their party acquainted with the country-it was out of the question.
The man was our spy upon your movements, but I am perfectly
aware that there has been nothing worth reporting, and I also know that you would never run such a risk for the removal of so insignificant a person.
"Well, it is perfectly
grand, Antonio, perfectly
Tom told about the adventures we'd had down there at his uncle Silas's last summer, and when he see that there warn't anything about his folks--or him either, for that matter--that we didn't know, he opened out and talked perfectly
free and candid.
He was perfectly
calm, but there was a look on his face which Juliet had never seen there before.
At last we resolved to enter a grove near at hand, and had advanced a few rods, when, just upon its skirts, I picked up a slender bread-fruit shoot perfectly
green, and with the tender.
And the house itself below me and above me was soundless, perfectly
That he was perfectly
agreeable and good-natured, and altogether a very charming man, did not admit of a doubt, for he was tall and handsome, and Henry's father.
He confounded causes with effects more than was excusable; the most distinguished propagandists with impulsive bomb throwers; assumed organisation where in the nature of things it could not exist; spoke of the social revolutionary party one moment as of a perfectly
disciplined army, where the word of chiefs was supreme, and at another as if it had been the loosest association of desperate brigands that ever camped in a mountain gorge.