To be confronted
with such pity, and such earnest youth and beauty, was far more trying to the accused than to be confronted
with all the crowd.
The schoolroom was a pretty large hall, on the quietest side of the house, confronted
by the stately stare of some half-dozen of the great urns, and commanding a peep of an old secluded garden belonging to the Doctor, where the peaches were ripening on the sunny south wall.
I started much more naturally then, to find myself confronted
by a man in a sober grey dress.
The Grand Master spoke with a dignity which confronted
even that of England's king himself, and inspired courage into his surprised and dismayed followers.
When they reached the college, Agatha, confronted
with Miss Wilson, opened her eyes in wonder, and exclaimed, laughing: "I only gave him threepence.
Having therefore first examined him privately, and then confronted
him with me and the young girl, his majesty began to think that what we told him might possibly be true.
He didn't like the idea of going back to his hut in the wind and wet, so he just stepped as he was into the girl's room, laid the sack of gold beside her, and was turning to leave the room, when his master confronted
him and said, 'You young rogue, so you were going to steal the gold that a good Fairy brings every night, were you?
Scarcely had the blow descended when I was confronted
with a new danger.
I felt as a rabbit might feel returning to his burrow and suddenly confronted
by the work of a dozen busy navvies digging the foundations of a house.
And although a complete proof of this latter cannot be shown, nevertheless there was some evidence of it at the battle of Ravenna, when the Spanish infantry were confronted
by German battalions, who follow the same tactics as the Swiss; when the Spaniards, by agility of body and with the aid of their shields, got in under the pikes of the Germans and stood out of danger, able to attack, while the Germans stood helpless, and, if the cavalry had not dashed up, all would have been over with them.
the soldiers, not wholly without arms, and ready to convert the very stones of the street into deadly weapons.
In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted
with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the assistance of counsel for his defense.