And Korsunsky began waltzing with measured steps straight towards the group in the left corner, continually saying, "Pardon, mesdames
, pardon, pardon, mesdames
"; and steering his course through the sea of lace, tulle, and ribbon, and not disarranging a feather, he turned his partner sharply round, so that her slim ankles, in light transparent stockings, were exposed to view, and her train floated out in fan shape and covered Krivin's knees.
Not so Mesdames
Pelet and Reuter; each mixed herself what I thought rather a stiff tumbler of punch, and placing it on a stand near the stove, they drew up their chairs to that convenience, and invited me to do the same.
A dialogue between Mesdames
Bridget and Deborah; containing more amusement, but less instruction, than the former.
Well, messieurs et mesdames
," said Nicholas loudly and with apparent cheerfulness (it seemed to Countess Mary that he did it on purpose to vex her), "I have been on my feet since six this morning.
Anne's surface pleasure in her pretty bridal things was temporarily shadowed; but the deeps of happiness below could not thus be disturbed; and the little stings of Mesdames
Bell and Andrews were forgotten when Gilbert came later, and they wandered down to the birches of the brook, which had been saplings when Anne had come to Green Gables, but were now tall, ivory columns in a fairy palace of twilight and stars.
But oh, mesdames
, if you are not allowed to touch the heart sometimes in spite of syntax, and are not to be loved until you all know the difference between trimeter and tetrameter, may all Poetry go to the deuce, and every schoolmaster perish miserably!
When Madame du Bousquier confided, weeping, her periodic despair to Mesdames
du Coudrai and du Ronceret, those ladies would reply,--
Typically Middle Eastern foodstuffs, such as dates, tabouleh and tins of Egyptian foul mesdame
beans are freely available on the counters of the hundreds of delicatessen that proliferate in the Queensway and Edgeware Road areas.
, La femme alg[euro]u[c]rienne est en droit, aujourd'hui, de s'enorgueillir de ses acquis, des r[euro]u[c]alisations et des progr[euro]uA s qu'elle a accomplis et qui ont renforc[euro]u[c] sa place et forc[euro]u[c] l'admiration dans son environnement local et r[euro]u[c]gional.
Novy is employed at the Security mineA Andrew Sitkoskie, brother of Tony and Mesdames
Phillip Hall and Art Kincaid, who enlisted in the Army, writes he has been promoted to sergeant.
Monsieur le PrAaAaAeA@sident, Excellences, Mesdames
Et les 100 signataires de terminer par ceci a l'adresse de Mesdames
et Messieurs les magistrats: [beaucoup moins que] pour rendre la justice au nom du peuple tunisien, il faut avoir sa confiance, que cette confiance est serieusement entamee aujourd'hui et qu'il ne tient qu'a vous de gagner cette confiance.