The next day I had my feet thoroughly cleansed and stuffed with tow soaked in some strong
lotion; and an unpleasant business it was.
John Knightley had really a great regard for his fatherinlaw, and generally a strong
sense of what was due to him; but it was too often for Emma's charity, especially as there was all the pain of apprehension frequently to be endured, though the offence came not.
Now that this was changed, and he knew himself to be invested through that old trial with forces to which they both looked for Charles's ultimate safety and deliverance, he became so far exalted by the change, that he took the lead and direction, and required them as the weak, to trust to him as the strong
looked almost as rusty, to my thinking, as the tall iron rails and gates outside the house; and almost as stiff and heavy as the great stone urns that flanked them, and were set up, on the top of the red-brick wall, at regular distances all round the court, like sublimated skittles, for Time to play at.
She had swung round to the ebb-- her bow was now towards me--the only lights on board were in the cabin, and what I saw was merely a reflection on the fog of the strong
rays that flowed from the stern window.
So seven thousand waggons of the gold of the whole kingdom were driven up; these the strong
man shoved into the sack, oxen and all.
Here comes another Giant, as strong
as you are, to fight with you.
Even if he had had a strong
hope that she was fond of him--and his hope was far from being strong
--he had been too heavily burdened with other claims to provide a home for himself and Hetty--a home such as he could expect her to be content with after the comfort and plenty of the Farm.
Therefore, Agamemnon, though you be strong
, take not this girl away, for the sons of the Achaeans have already given her to Achilles; and you, Achilles, strive not further with the king, for no man who by the grace of Jove wields a sceptre has like honour with Agamemnon.
The balloons were made of a strong
but light Lyons silk, coated with gutta percha.
But this rule which leaves out of account the spirit of the army continually proves incorrect and is in particularly striking contrast to the facts when some strong
rise or fall in the spirit of the troops occurs, as in all national wars.
Some years after his marriage he told Mary that his happiness was half owing to Farebrother, who gave him a strong
pull-up at the right moment.