Our wet garments had dried but little and I knew that the girl must be in grave danger from the exposure
to a night of cold and wet upon the water in an open boat, without sufficient clothing and no food.
His venture was far too serious, and the results of exposure
too fraught with danger, to permit of his taking any chances with a disloyal fellow-conspirator.
On the whole, a good day's work, he decided, and he had been warmly thanked over the wires by a Brigadier-General at Harwich for his arrest and exposure
of a man who had in his possession a very wonderful plan of the Felixstowe land defences.
If I relieve them anonymously in their present trouble, I spare them the exposure
of a public subscription, and I do what I believe his Lordship would have done himself if he had lived.
At this exposure
of his hypocrisy, the Sportsman was so overcome with shame and remorse that he would not strike the Squirrel, but pointing it out to his dog, walked thoughtfully away.
However, it is not certain that Halpin Frayser came to his death by exposure
And it may be lawfully used for this purpose--if he can reconcile it to his conscience, and to the mercy due to the memory of the dead, to permit the public exposure
of the letter in Court.
Every hybridizer knows how unfavourable exposure
to wet is to the fertilisation of a flower, yet what a multitude of flowers have their anthers and stigmas fully exposed to the weather
The prospect of an exposure
may bring him to terms when nothing else will.
This man was Gashford, who, bruised by his late fall, and hurt in a much greater degree by the indignity he had undergone, and the exposure
of which he had been the victim, limped up and down, breathing curses and threats of vengeance.
In addition to the pain and delay attendant on a broken limb, his exposure
to the wet and cold had brought on fever and ague: which hung about him for many weeks, and reduced him sadly.
The records in our newspapers, the late exposure
by THE LANCET, and the common sense and senses of common people, furnish too abundant evidence against both defences.