Sacharissa rounded up her rearguard, which dropped headlong off the frame
, and joined the Princess's detachment thrusting toward the Gate.
She seems proud of the baby, though; wouldn't hear to a cheap frame
for the picture.
In the middle stood a little frame
containing relics; at the corners were two little orange-trees, and all along the edge were silver candlesticks, porcelain vases containing sun-flowers, lilies, peonies, and tufts of hydrangeas.
He eyed the seething frame
with interest, but without apparent panic.
The bronze panels suddenly slid up and struck the frame
with a clang.
They must look queer in their garish frames
on the walls of the peasant house.
he thought, recalling the service of the day before and the holy icon with its black face and gilt frame
, and the tapers which he sold to be set before that icon and which were almost immediately brought back to him scarcely burnt at all, and which he put away in the store-chest.
Sergey Ivanovitch listened attentively, asked him questions, and, roused by a new listener, he talked fluently, uttered a few keen and weighty observations, respectfully appreciated by the young doctor, and was soon in that eager frame
of mind his brother knew so well, which always, with him, followed a brilliant and eager conversation.
One day, at dinner, this malicious little cub was so nettled with something I had said to him, that, raising himself upon the frame
of her majesty's chair, he took me up by the middle, as I was sitting down, not thinking any harm, and let me drop into a large silver bowl of cream, and then ran away as fast as he could.
Now, if they would make the effort in good temper, could they not with nearly equal unanimity frame
and pass a law by means of which to keep good that unanimous oath?
There was a good twelve inches of space between the broad back of the black and the frame
of the doorway.
THE SECOND point to be examined is, whether the convention were authorized to frame
and propose this mixed Constitution.