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It might be, as the man had said, that he was a professional tour conductor, like those who have charge of Egyptian donkey-boys and guides.
On the very verge of the thicket two men spoke to his conductors, and receiving an answer in a whisper, withdrew into the wood, and suffered them to pass unmolested.
The problem, therefore, was either to make steel wire a better conductor, or to produce a copper wire that would be strong enough.
Thus, then, the young men made no attempt at resistance, but blindly and confidingly surrendered themselves into the care and custody of their conductors.
As he was being led up to some object he noticed a hesitation and uncertainty among his conductors.
He was even timid of policemen, freight agents, and conductors, though he was not afraid of them.
Their success lay in their parallelism to the course of thought, which found in them an unobstructed channel; and the wonders of which they were the visible conductors seemed to the eye their deed.
Every half minute he chanted a harsh, unintelligible phrase akin to the jabber of car conductors and grand opera.
To acknowledge the kindness with which it has been received in all the principal towns of England through which the Show has passed, and where it has been most favourably noticed by the respected conductors of the public Press, and by the Nobility and Gentry.
Neville's conductors took him up to the Minor Canon, and there released him, as an act of deference to that gentleman.
He looked upon me, however, with some degree of severity, and then, turning towards my conductors, he asked who appeared as witnesses on this occasion.
One of the conductors of this novice held a rusty blunderbuss pointed towards his ear, and the other a very ancient sabre, with which he carved imaginary offenders as he came along in a sanguinary and anatomical manner.