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Happily, the Squire came out too and gave a loud greeting to her father, so that, somehow, under cover of this noise she seemed to find concealment for her confusion and neglect of any suitably formal behaviour, while she was being lifted from the pillion by strong arms which seemed to find her ridiculously small and light.
the Earl said, after I had exchanged greetings with him, and Lady Muriel, and Captain Lindon.
Grant, modestly, though quite affectionately, exchanged his greetings with the travellers also, when Richard prepared to turn the heads of his horses homeward.
At all events the Frenchman accorded him only the slightest of greetings, and scarcely even looked at him.
When the first greetings were over, the different bands interchanged accounts of their several wanderings, after separating at Snake River; we shall briefly notice a few of the leading particulars.
He sat by without speaking, looking at the entrances and exits, the greetings and chatterings, of Madame de Cintre's visitors.
Into this retirement the sculptor and his companion were ushered by Scipio, the old black servant, whose wrinkled visage grew almost sunny with intelligence and joy as he paid his humble greetings to one of the two visitors.
And after having answered their greetings I sit and listen to Rita addressing Mills earnestly.
She was followed next minute by the servant, who brought in tea, the consumption of which, with the passage of greetings, inquiries and other light civilities between the two visitors, occupied a quarter of an hour.
A smart boy you've got, Jacob," chuckled Peter, jovially, after the first heart-warming greetings.
The warm greetings and felicitations of which our travellers were the recipients may be imagined.
Each visitor performed the ceremony of greeting this old aunt whom not one of them knew, not one of them wanted to know, and not one of them cared about; Anna Pavlovna observed these greetings with mournful and solemn interest and silent approval.