Soon one of the plates, furnished with a complete slice of mutton and two potatoes, was handed up to the presiding gentleman, who quietly replaced
the slice on the joint, and the potatoes in the dish.
He had formerly observed with approbation her capacity for worshipping the right object; he now foresaw with sudden terror that this capacity might be replaced
by presumption, this worship by the most exasperating of all criticism,--that which sees vaguely a great many fine ends, and has not the least notion what it costs to reach them.
Pip was led away, and the sick man was replaced
in his hammock.
By this time the people had ceased to be patient with the unintelligible Latin, and it was replaced at first, perhaps, and in part, by French, but finally by English; though probably verse was always retained as more appropriate than prose to the sacred subjects.
First, during the ceremonies on Good Friday, the day when Christ was crucified, the cross which stood all the year above the altar, bearing the Savior's figure, was taken down and laid beneath the altar, a dramatic symbol of the Death and Burial; and two days later, on 'the third day' of the Bible phraseology, that is on Easter Sunday, as the story of the Resurrection was chanted by the choir, the cross was uncovered and replaced, amid the rejoicings of the congregation.
The wall replaced, Tarzan turned to the shaft, which was some fifteen feet wide at this point.
Quickly returning to the wall he had demolished to explore what lay beyond it, he carried the stones into the passageway and replaced them from that side.
But this anger could not last so long as not to be replaced
in time by reason.
David, of course, though no doubt he was eternally being replaced
, could tell as little as myself how it was contrived, and yet we managed it between us quite easily.
Tip soon had it fitted to the neck again and replaced
Jack upon his feet.
Nevertheless our old game with the haver of a thing, as she called it, was continued, with this difference, that it was now she who carried the book covertly upstairs, and I who replaced
it on the shelf, and several times we caught each other in the act, but not a word said either of us; we were grown self-conscious.
The horses were replaced
by others from a reserve gun carriage, the wounded were carried away, and the four guns were turned against the ten-gun battery.