These critters ain't like white folks, you know; they gets over things, only manage
He would make a different parish of Tipton, if Brooke would let him manage
How did Manuel manage
to become the owner of a house in Paris?
He can manage
me as he manages
his wife and Laura, as he managed the bloodhound in the stable-yard, as he manages
Sir Percival himself, every hour in the day.
In this connection I should like to confess my surprise on finding that notwithstanding all its apparatus of analysis the story consists for the most part of physical impressions; impressions of sound and sight, railway station, streets, a trotting horse, reflections in mirrors and so on, rendered as if for their own sake and combined with a sublimated description of a desirable middle-class town-residence which somehow manages
to produce a sinister effect.
She is always married too soon who gets a bad husband, and she is never married too late who gets a good one; in a word, there is no woman, deformity or lost reputation excepted, but if she manages
well, may be married safely one time or other; but if she precipitates herself, it is ten thousand to one but she is undone.
the house beautifully,--much better than any stranger would,--and she was a great comfort to me in mamma's illness.
Meg observed it, but did not trouble herself to make inquiries, for she had learned that the best way to manage
Jo was by the law of contraries, so she felt sure of being told everything if she did not ask.
How do you manage
, Biddy," said I, "to learn everything that I learn, and always to keep up with me?
Well, speak, then, and manage
it, and see if you can't turn over a new leaf.
the house and look after the servants, as my friend Madame Pelet does for Monsieur her son--nothing more.
Sometimes I feel rather lonely, especially in the evening; but I generally manage
to interest myself in something or in some one.