When horses and vehicles began to move along the highway, with that alert perception peculiar to a state of excitement, and which seems to be a sort of inspiration, she became aware that her headlong pace and distracted air might bring on her remark
At last this sort of remark
produced an evil result.
He was a middle-aged, simple-hearted miner who had lived in a lonely corner of California, among the woods and mountains, a good many years, and had studied the ways of his only neighbors, the beasts and the birds, until he believed he could accurately translate any remark
which they made.
The March Hare took the watch and looked at it gloomily: then he dipped it into his cup of tea, and looked at it again: but he could think of nothing better to say than his first remark
, `It was the BEST butter, you know.
made in a former number, which have been alluded to in another part of this paper, will apply with conclusive force against the admission of the House of Representatives to a share in the formation of treaties.
to give him an opportunity or making some of his severe remarks
and moral reflections, and to undo what we had so much trouble in effecting?
It is certain that a vague and indistinct desire to please the handsome officer animated them all, that his splendid uniform was the target of all their coquetries, and that from the moment he presented himself, there existed among them a secret, suppressed rivalry, which they hardly acknowledged even to themselves, but which broke forth, none the less, every instant, in their gestures and remarks
It was evident that he did not like the vicomte and was aiming his remarks
at him, though without looking at him.
Ah, there is some truth in your remarks
, Kaliko," remarked
the King, deciding not to throw the scepter.
The drive to the theatre was a short one, and conversation consisted only of a few disjointed remarks
Newman appeared not to hear these remarks
, but preceded them to a couple of rooms on the first floor, which some kind of attempt had been made to render habitable.
We have some evidence of this gradation of habit; for, as Schiodte remarks
, 'animals not far remote from ordinary forms, prepare the transition from light to darkness.