Her behaviour, I confess, has been calculated to do away with such an idea; I have not detected
the smallest impropriety in it--nothing of vanity, of pretension, of levity; and she is altogether so attractive that I should not wonder at his being delighted with her, had he known nothing of her previous to this personal acquaintance; but, against reason, against conviction, to be so well pleased with her, as I am sure he is, does really astonish me.
It did not hurt him half as much to tell May an untruth as to see her trying to pretend that she had not detected
High up against the horizon were the huge conical masses of hill, like giant mounds intended to fortify this region of corn and grass against the keen and hungry winds of the north; not distant enough to be clothed in purple mystery, but with sombre greenish sides visibly specked with sheep, whose motion was only revealed by memory, not detected
by sight; wooed from day to day by the changing hours, but responding with no change in themselves--left for ever grim and sullen after the flush of morning, the winged gleams of the April noonday, the parting crimson glory of the ripening summer sun.
Whatever the humour of the situation--and he had not detected
it at present--this mirth, he felt, was unnatural and excessive.
Uranium was not detected
in either dust or air samples, he said.
But even if harmful components are not detected
, the ministry will now tighten its regulations on health products by applying the food hygiene law, Kondo said.
Although UDP-glucuronosyltransferase activities toward these xenoestrogens were not detected
in the fetal rat liver, a linear increase in enzymatic activities during neonatal development was observed.
These infections can have serious consequences if they are not detected
and treated promptly.
With high levels of productivity a must for foundries, cost-effectiveness suffers when defects in sand cores are not detected
Taiwan's Defense Ministry said Tuesday it has not detected
any unusual Chinese military moves in the past week, denying Hong Kong press reports that China has amassed fighter planes in Fujian Province opposite Taiwan.
and CUC International, found out after the merger that $500 million of revenue on CUC's books had been falsified, but not detected
as such, during E&Y's audit of CUC--a fact which, when revealed, dealt a serious blow to the company's market value and its investors' portfolios.
If inspected manually, many defects are not detected