to appear in uniform and shoulder their brooms at nine precisely.
Once when a younger member
of the party arose at a political conference and began to boast of his faithful service, Tom Willard grew white with fury.
Shimerda grumbled, but realized it was important that one member
of the family should learn English.
It caused the poorest member
of the race to feel as if he inherited a kind of nobility, and might yet come into the possession of princely wealth to support it.
I wish to speak a word for Nature, for absolute freedom and wildness, as contrasted with a freedom and culture merely civil--to regard man as an inhabitant, or a part and parcel of Nature, rather than a member
So to speak, I was become a stockholder in a corporation where nine hun- dred and ninety-four of the members
furnished all the money and did all the work, and the other six elected themselves a permanent board of direction and took all the dividends.
The Anglo-American Club, composed of British and American students, had twenty-five members
, and there was still much material left to draw from.
He said the society had been in existence four years, and already had two members
, and was firmly established.
Louis, moused around, shook his head, looked wise, and made that sort of astounding success which members
of that craft usually achieve.
The parent who is obliged to feed and clothe seven children on an income of fifteen dollars a month seldom has time to discriminate carefully between the various members
of her brood, but Hannah at fourteen was at once companion and partner in all her mother's problems.
These were members
and ministers in the Reformed Methodist Church.
The husband may have written to members
of his family, or the wife may have written to members
of her family.