"So the three of us, with Zverkov for the fourth, twenty-one roubles, at the Hotel de Paris at five o'clock tomorrow," Simonov, who had been asked to make the arrangements, concluded finally.
"How twenty-one roubles?" I asked in some agitation, with a show of being offended; "if you count me it will not be twenty-one, but twenty-eight roubles."
Was it likely that a young woman of twenty-one
would die before a man of forty five, and die without children?
After a mountain scramble of twenty-one
miles, they encamped on the margin of a stream running to the north.
Generally in an hour and a half the twenty-one
menu cards were written and ready.
You are her only child; you have been under my care since the sad event at Cheltenham; you are twenty-one
years old on the second of August next; and, corpulence excepted, you are the living image of your mother.
The workmen, after laying the stones from the circumference to the center, were thus enclosed within a kind of well twenty-one
feet in diameter.
In addition to all this he had found time to be twenty-one
years a policeman, and to beget and rear successfully twelve children.
of them wore that significant badge.
Passing over the difference between the smallest and largest States, as Delaware, whose most numerous branch consists of twenty-one
representatives, and Massachusetts, where it amounts to between three and four hundred, a very considerable difference is observable among States nearly equal in population.
This family had inherited from the brothers Paclet the fief of Tirechappe, which was dependent upon the Bishop of Paris, and whose twenty-one
houses had been in the thirteenth century the object of so many suits before the official.
Twenty-two friends of high public mark, twenty-one
living and one dead, it had lopped the heads off, in one morning, in as many minutes.