But by her side was kneeling her better angel, that hid his face with wings: that wept and pleaded for her: that prayed when she could not: that fought with Heaven by tears for her deliverance.De Quincey. Rendering thanks to God in the highestthat, having hid his face through one generation behind thick clouds of war, once again was ascending.De Quincey. And with my own little stock of money besides, that Mrs. Hoggarty's card-parties had lessened by a good five-and-twenty shillings, I calculated...Thackeray. How to keep the proper balance between these two testy old wranglers, that rarely pull the right way together, is as much...Meredith. Nataly promised amendment, with a steely smile, that his lips mimicked fondly.Meredith. It is opposed to our Constitution, that only allows the Crown to remove a Norwegian Civil servant.Nansen. I cannot but feel that in my person and over my head you desire to pay an unexampled honour to the great country that I represent, to its Bench and Bar, that daily share your labours and keep step with your progress.Choate.
As to dictionaries of the present day, that swell every few years by the thousand items, the presence of a word in one of them shows merely...R. G. White. The sandy strip along the coast is fed only by a few scanty streams, that furnish a remarkable contrast to the vast volumes of water which roll down the Eastern sides.Prescott.
The social and economic sciences, that now specially interest me, have no considerable place in such a reform.Times.
In those highly impressionable years that lie between six and ten...Spectator. The obstacles that hedge in children from Nature...Spectator. The whole producing an effect that is not without a certain poetry.Times. He will do anything that he deems convenient.Borrow. The well-staffed and well-equipped 'High Schools' that are now at work ... had not yet sprung into being.Times. Then, Sir, you keep up revenue laws which are mischievous, in order to preserve trade laws that are useless.Burke.
The struggle that lay before him.J. R. Green. There goes another sort of animal that is differentiating from my species...H. G. Wells. There are other powers, too, that could perform this grateful but onerous duty.Times.
The opportunities which London has given them.Times. The principles which underlay the agreement.Times. One cause which surely contributes to this effect has its root in early childhood.Spectator. A meeting which was held yesterday, which consisted in the main of a bitter personal attack.Rosebery.
The first thing which the person who desires to be amiable must determine to do is...Spectator. The most abominable din and confusion which it is possible for a reasonable person to conceive.Poe. Reverential objections, composed of all which his unstained family could protest.Meredith. He required all the solace which he could derive from literary success.Macaulay. All the evidence which we have ever seen tends to prove...Macaulay. A battle more bloody than any which Europe saw in the long interval between Malplaquet and Eylau.Macaulay. The only other biography which counts for much is...Times. The French Government are anxious to avoid anything which might be regarded as a breach of neutrality.Times. It was the ecclesiastical synods which by their example led the way to our national parliaments.J. R. Green. It is the little threads of which the inner substance of the nerves is composed which subserve sensation.Huxley.
It is not wages and costs of handling which fall, but profits and rents.Times. It has been French ports which have been chosen for the beginning and for the end of his cruise.Times. Who is it who talks about moral geography?E. F. Benson.
The most impartial critic that could be found. The only man that I know of. Any one that knows anything knows this. It was you that said so. Who is it that talks about moral geography?
The friends with whom I was travelling. The book from which I got it. The place in which I found it.