He stopped and looked at the magazine
he had so hastily slapped down.
There were books and magazines
piled up in the window of a stall a few paces down the street.
And now, at last, two magazines
have the courage to tackle 'Standard Oil' again, and what happens?
He is a slave to the telephone," wrote a magazine
I had an even hundred rounds in the magazine
of my rifle, and another hundred in the belt at my back, and I kept up a continuous stream of fire until I saw all of the warriors who had been first to return from behind the ridge either dead or scurrying to cover.
I caught a glimpse of the octagon minarets of this town, which was at one time the richest commercial magazine
on the coast.
If he send me his poniard, it will signify that the emperor's intentions are not favorable, and I am to set fire to the powder; if, on the contrary, he send me his ring, it will be a sign that the emperor pardons him, and I am to extinguish the match and leave the magazine
In some old magazine
or newspaper I recollect a story, told as truth, of a man--let us call him Wakefield--who absented himself for a long time from his wife.
another number = in the Graham's Magazine
periodical version, not divided into chapters, this paragraph closed the first of the four installments in which the story was printed; in later book versions it was changed to read "in the next chapter"}
If I chose to interfere in this business, now, I might get up as pretty a story of hatred and persecution as the Methodists need desire to publish in the next number of their magazine
Now there was a Ghost last month--I don't mean a real Ghost in in Supernature--but in a Magazine
It has been suggested that he might have accepted a magazine
editorship, but this is doubtful, as he could not bear business details or routine work of any sort.