They inherit, too, a fund of civility and complaisance; and, instead of that hardness and grossness which men in laborious
life are apt to indulge towards each other, they are mutually obliging and accommodating; interchanging kind offices, yielding each other assistance and comfort in every emergency, and using the familiar appellations of "cousin" and "brother" when there is in fact no relationship.
What annoys me the most, is his occasional attempts at affectionate fondness that I can neither credit nor return; not that I hate him: his sufferings and my own laborious
care have given him some claim to my regard - to my affection even, if he would only be quiet and sincere, and content to let things remain as they are; but the more he tries to conciliate me, the more I shrink from him and from the future.
Often Levin had admired this life, often he had a sense of envy of the men who led this life; but today for the first time, especially under the influence of what he had seen in the attitude of Ivan Parmenov to his young wife, the idea presented itself definitely to his mind that it was in his power to exchange the dreary, artificial, idle, and individualistic life he was leading for this laborious
, pure, and socially delightful life.
The three new associates began, it seems, to be weary of the laborious
life they led, and that without hope of bettering their circumstances: and a whim took them that they would make a voyage to the continent, from whence the savages came, and would try if they could seize upon some prisoners among the natives there, and bring them home, so as to make them do the laborious
part of the work for them.
There's always enough for two--even three." Edna had intended to be indifferent and as reserved as he when she met him; she had reached the determination by a laborious
train of reasoning, incident to one of her despondent moods.
We met many big keel-boats on their way up, using sails, mule power, and profanity--a tedious and laborious
As he drew near, he slackened speed, took the middle of the street, leaned far over to star- board and rounded to ponderously and with laborious
pomp and circumstance -- for he was personating the Big Missouri, and considered himself to be drawing nine feet of water.
training, the coaches also organised practice matches among the probables of various camps.
'I genuinely appreciate the laborious
dedication of Director Sindhology Dr.
To add insult to injury, one day our university teachers went on strike, wasting our whole day which was already tiresome because of laborious
four-hour journey from home to university and back home.
He said: "I hope it will help residents get a decision quicker, rather than the Norden application which seemed to be a laborious
process - that suits nobody, neither residents or councillors.
Rittal says the Secarex AC 15 cutting centre is just one example of an innovation by the company, making otherwise laborious
tasks, easier, quicker and more efficient.