I shall take
the cream and the muffings," added Amy, heroically giving up the article she most liked.
I must go back to New York to arrange for the goods we'll have to take
Here, friend; I did intend to kindle a fire with this tooting- whistle of thine; but, as you value the thing, take
it, and blow your best on it.
So I take
phosphates or phosphites--whichever it is, and tonics, and journeys, and air, and exercise, and am absolutely forbidden to "work" until I am well again.
Leaving these antique themes, the old lady began to talk about the daguerreotypist, whom, as he seemed to be a well-meaning and orderly young man, and in narrow circumstances, she had permitted to take
up his residence in one of the seven gables.
He never stopped to take
a look anymore--he just hove 'em in and went for more.
to wimicking,' - our old country word for crying, - 'she's liable to be considered to be, by them as didn't know the old 'un, peevish-like.
The sudden alarm pushed him on to take
the next step--a very slight impulse suffices for that on a downward road.
Noureddin dared not appear all that day, and fearing to take
refuge with his usual associates in case his father should seek him there, he spent the day in a secluded garden where he was not known.
May your excellency fear the wrath of heaven, for we are your suppliants, and Jove takes
all respectable travellers under his protection, for he is the avenger of all suppliants and foreigners in distress.
It is very true that, after acquiring rebellious provinces a second time, they are not so lightly lost afterwards, because the prince, with little reluctance, takes
the opportunity of the rebellion to punish the delinquents, to clear out the suspects, and to strengthen himself in the weakest places.
On going from lodge to lodge to visit his comrades, he takes
it with him.