That would answer, your grace, but it would be still better if you said friend, or brother.
Ah, but WE are pretending to be dirt like that, too.
No, they think they will, but they generally forget the marks, or else they die.
But I bet you I ain't going to throw off on di'monds.
In his seat he had nothing of the awkwardness of the convent, but
displayed the easy and habitual grace of a well-trained horseman.
He isna cliver enough for thee, happen, but
he'd ha' been very good t' thee--he's as handy as can be at doin' things for me when I'm bad, an' he's as fond o' the Bible an' chappellin' as thee art thysen.
He was no longer stunned by the event, but
he was shocked and grieved, as only a strong man can be, at this passing of his strength.
In their eyes, crime belongs to the assizes or the police-courts; but
the socially refined evils escape their ken; the adroitness that triumphs under shield of the Code is above them or beneath them; they have neither eye-glass nor telescope; they want good stout horrors easily visible.
He raised himself on the sofa and looked at them with glittering eyes, but
sank back on to the pillow at once and turned to the wall.
me no buts
, unless you wish me to vanish again and for ever.
Perhaps I don't give the letter of my speech, but
I give the sense of it.
A Red Bull and a Colonel on a horse will come, but
first, my father said, will come the two men making ready the ground for these matters.