Nobbler came and lay down on the thwart beside me, his back against my leg, and I sat staring in dumb misery at the girl, knowing in my heart of hearts that she might die before morning came, for what with the shock and exposure, she had already gone through enough to kill almost any woman.
You will die of exposure if you are not warmed, and Nobs and I are the only means we can command for furnishing warmth.
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.
And if I had had assistance, I see no good that I should have done, except leading to my own exposure, and an unavoidable statement of the manner in which I have hushed up this business.
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.
I have no doubt of it," returned the barber; "but I do not wonder so much at the madness of the knight as at the simplicity of the squire, who has such a firm belief in all that about the island, that I suppose all the exposures
that could be imagined would not get it out of his head.
The integration stage--when the company connects with partners, suppliers and vendors but still doesn't sell products or services directly over the Internet--marks an increase in property exposure
, since loss of Internet service could result in significant business disruption.
The committee also concluded that banks should develop better measures of the credit exposure
resulting from different types of trading activities.