Though the birth of an heir by his beloved sister was a circumstance of great joy to Mr Allworthy, yet it did not alienate his affections from the little foundling, to whom he had been godfather, had given his own name of Thomas, and whom he had hitherto seldom failed of visiting, at least once
a day, in his nursery.
But, as Felicity told us, it was necessary to visit Cousin Mattie at least once
a year, or else she would be "huffed," so we concluded we might as well go and have it over.
Darya Alexandrovna, who had been studying Latin with her son in Moscow before, had made it a rule on coming to the Levins' to go over with him, at least once
a day, the most difficult lessons of Latin and arithmetic.
He stood in the handsomely furnished apartment, and held between his fingers a small sheet of rose-colored paper, on which some verses were written--written indeed by the officer himself; for who has not', at least once
in his life, had a lyrical moment?
Rice, cooked as American housewives never cook it and can never learn to cook it, appeared on Martin's table at least once
And it seldom happened that they did not have one "given" them; for nearly every old Breton grandame has, at least once
in her life, seen the "korrigans" dance by moonlight on the heather.
Not a day passes that one or more of us does not face death at least once
The Congress shall assemble at least once
in every Year, and such Meeting shall be on the first Monday in December, unless they shall by law appoint a different Day.
But Ben had not learned his lesson, and at least once
again he found himself in prison because of something he had written.
He is exceedingly neat and prim in his ways, dresses always with great care in white drill suits and high brown mosquito-boots, and shaves at least once
In Russia, not only may a man beat his wife, but it is laid down in the catechism and taught all boys at the time of confirmation as necessary at least once
a week, whether she has done anything or not, for the sake of her general health and happiness.
Oh dear, dear uncle, if you ever could have known the agony your love would cause me when I fell away from good, you never would have shown it to me so constant, much as you felt it; but would have been angry to me, at least once
in my life, that I might have had some comfort