But nothing could be done until the rainy season had fairly set in; until the long-looked-for element that was to magically separate the gold from the dross in those dull mounds of dust and gravel had come of its own free will, and in its own appointed channels, independent of the feeble auxiliaries that had hopelessly riven the rocks on the hillside, or hung incomplete and unfinished
in lofty scaffoldings above the settlement.
Lorry's feet were arrested on the step by his asking, miserably, for his shoemaking tools and the unfinished
her betrays her caprice, yet whose unfinished
Suddenly he resolved to complete his unfinished
declaration that evening.
In the middle you shall build me a large hall with a dome, its four walls of massy gold and silver, each side having six windows, whose lattices, all except one, which is to be left unfinished
, must be set with diamonds and rubies.
But it was still far from being the SYSTEM that Vail had dreamed of in his younger days; and so, when the directors put before him his unfinished
plan, he surrendered.
The thing was generally complete, but the twisted crystalline bars lay unfinished
upon the bench beside some sheets of drawings, and I took one up for a better look at it.
It seemed to him that thus he better guarded the unfinished
Arriving at the window Parry found an unfinished
scaffold, over which they were nailing a covering of black serge.
WHEN the author of these little tales commenced them, it was her intention to form a short series of such stories as, it was hoped, might not be entirely without moral advantage; but unforeseen circumstances have prevented their completion, and, unwilling to delay the publication any longer, she commits them to the world in their present unfinished
state, without any flattering anticipations of their reception.
The eyebrows, of the same colour as the hair, were perfectly horizontal and firmly pencilled; the eyelashes, though no darker, were long and abundant--nothing was left blurred or unfinished
For a full month the business, for which I had returned to London, detained me there: and even then it was only the urgent advice of my physician that induced me to leave it unfinished
and pay another visit to Elveston.