Just at the close of day the gentle gales retired, and left the place to the disposal
of a profound calm.
Seeing that he looked at them with interest, I ventured to say that I myself and all that I had were at his disposal
, but he answered me smiling:
The wealth of the father and the beauty of the daughter led many neighbours as well as strangers to seek her for a wife; but he, as one might well be who had the disposal
of so rich a jewel, was perplexed and unable to make up his mind to which of her countless suitors he should entrust her.
The points of similitude consist in the rivalship of power, applicable to both, and in the CONCENTRATION of large portions of the strength of the community into particular DEPOSITORIES, in one case at the disposal
of individuals, in the other case at the disposal
of political bodies.
Why, in passing through Lilliers you will send me your chaise, with an order to your servant to place himself at my disposal
I imagine your cousin brought you down with him chiefly for the sake of having someone at his disposal
Then," said the coadjutor, "this evening, at ten o'clock, and if I am pleased with you another bag of five hundred pistoles will be at your disposal
It provides that he shall exercise the full authority of Warden, and shall have the disposal
of the annual revenue attached to the office, until my return, or, failing that, until Bruno comes of age: and that he shall then hand over, to myself or to Bruno as the case may be, the Wardenship, the unspent revenue, and the contents of the Treasury, which are to be preserved, intact, under his guardianship.
But Tom's extravagance had, previous to that event, been so great as to render a different disposal
of the next presentation necessary, and the younger brother must help to pay for the pleasures of the elder.
Only, in order that I may know something, it is important that Porthos should not make use of the only stratagem I leave at his disposal
When the time came to plan definitely for the disposal
of the purebred herd, she went herself to Topeka to arrange details with Baker.
This was so material an amendment of his late expectations that it greatly contributed to smooth the descent of his pride; and by no means without its effect was the private intelligence, which he was at some pains to procure, that the Fullerton estate, being entirely at the disposal
of its present proprietor, was consequently open to every greedy speculation.