It was marvellous to witness the obtuse gravity with which he would inspect
the wheels of a great old silver watch thereby delighting the owner, in whose fob it had been worn till he deemed it a portion of his own life, and was accordingly jealous of its treatment.
In that case, Miss Stoper, I had best inspect
a few more of your young ladies.
By favour of Hirsch and the authorities, the Duke and I have actually been allowed to inspect
the secret drawer at the War Office where the Hirsch formula is kept.
She opened the window to inspect
, and a cold blast entered the room, drawing a plaintive cry from Miss Catharine Alan, who entered at the same moment by the door.
Well, vamp on to Marlott, will ye, and order that carriage, and maybe I'll drive round and inspect
He contented himself with giving her the opportunity to inspect
Our guard entered to inspect
us for the last time before the new day broke upon the world above.
Now, as many persons promote innovations, that they may enjoy their own particular manner of living, there ought to be a particular officer to inspect
the manners of every one, and see that these are not contrary to the genius of the state in which he lives, whether it may be an oligarchy, a democracy, or any other form of government; and, for the same reason, those should be guarded against who are most prosperous in the city: the means of doing which is by appointing those who are otherwise to the business and the offices of the state.
If the individuals who compose the purest circles of aristocracy in Europe, the guarded blood of centuries, should pass in review, in such manner as that we could at leisure and critically inspect
their behavior, we might find no gentleman and no lady; for although excellent specimens of courtesy and high-breeding would gratify us in the assemblage, in the particulars we should detect offence.
But now, having set Umbopa to cut off as much of the best meat as we were likely to be able to carry, we began to inspect
On the evening of the last day's march an order had been received that the commander in chief would inspect
the regiment on the march.
It will be ready in three days," promised the King, and hurried away to inspect
the work and see that the Nomes kept busy.