The many hours he was not with Ruth he devoted to the "Love-cycle," to reading at home, or to the public reading-rooms, where he got more closely in touch
with the magazines of the day and the nature of their policy and content.
None of the tricks that he was ever eager to do for Steward, would Michael do for Kwaque, despite the fact that Kwaque had no touch
of meanness or viciousness in him.
And Launce's double touch
answered, "After breakfast.
You'll have to stay in goal to touch the ball when it rolls behind the posts, because if the other side touch it they have a try at goal.
As soon as the ball gets past them, it's in touch, and out of play.
We get a minute's breathing-time before old Brooke kicks out, and he gives the word to play strongly for touch, by the three trees.
I doubted and feared about it till you passed; and then I was obliged to steal after you, and touch you.
The first touch of womanly tenderness that I had heard from her trembled in her voice as she said the words; but no tears glistened in those large, wistfully attentive eyes of hers, which were still fixed on me.
It was not the touch
he needed most at such a moment - the touch
that could calm the wild waters of his soul, as the uplifted hand of the sublimest love and patience could abate the raging of the sea - yet it was a woman's hand too.
But, in the intensity of her look there was a touch of dread or horror.
Scull it is, pardner--don't fret yourself--I didn't touch him.
Friday, April 1 at 5:30 PM CST, Touch
International will host approximately 60 technology professionals and SID Texas chapter members from around the state, at its Austin, TX headquarters location, for an evening of networking, learning and more.