Dent had kindly taken her hand, and given her a kiss.
Henry and Frederick Lynn are very dashing sparks indeed; and Colonel Dent is a fine soldierly man.
What was the gallant grace of the Lynns, the languid elegance of Lord Ingram,--even the military distinction of Colonel Dent, contrasted with his look of native pith and genuine power?
Dent here bent over to the pious lady and whispered something in her ear; I suppose, from the answer elicited, it was a reminder that one of the anathematised race was present.
"I should say the preference lies with you," responded Colonel Dent.
In earlier days one of her front teeth, as she told me, had fallen out, but instead of then parting with it, the resourceful child had hammered it in again with a hair-brush, which she offered to show me, with the dents
He saw the gilded halls of pleasure that would open their portals to the possessor of the wealth which lay scattered upon this stained and dented
Yet all the while his stump of tail valiantly bobbed back and forth, and, when released from such blissful contact, his silky ears flattened back and down as, with first a scarlet slash of tongue to cheek, he seized her hand between his teeth and dented
the soft skin with a love bite that did not hurt.
She wore a short skirt of red and yellow and her hair, instead of being banged, was a tangle of short curls upon which rested a circular crown of silver--much dented
and twisted because the Queen had thrown her head at so many things so many times.
"With the importance of agriculture to the 13th District, I am excited to be on the board of directors of an organization that works with other legislators across the country and Canada on ag-related issues," said Dent
, R-Moses Lake.
And councillors on the Stockton's statutory sub-licensing committee opted against giving Ms Dent
a pass to sell alcohol in September last year.