References in classic literature ?
I'm the oldest," began Meg, but Jo cut in with a decided, "I'm the man of the family now Papa is away, and I shall provide the slippers, for he told me to take special care of Mother while he was gone.
The captain decided on going to the post-office, in the first place.
Another target was now set up, at the same distance as the last, and it was decided that the ten archers should shoot three arrows in turn.
Though my Wife entered the room opportunely just at that moment, I decided, after we had exchanged a few words of commonplace conversation, not to begin with her.
These we decided to attempt to reach in the hope that from some ridge we might discern the missing waterway.
I haven't decided what country I will visit yet; it seems as if there were so many to choose from.
It was true that they were not actually necessary for their comfort; but the house as it had been decided upon was so interwoven with memories of her courtship and all that was lovable in Martin; it had become so real to her, that it was as if some dear possession were being torn to pieces before her eyes.
Both ladies decided to communicate at once with Lebedeff, who, as the friend and landlord of the prince, was also much agitated.
As a result, we finally decided to undertake the construction of a still larger building--a building that would contain rooms for the girls and boarding accommodations for all.
Pierre had already been choosing a career for three months, and had not decided on anything.
I have been talking with my advisors about you meat people, and we have decided that you do not belong in the Land of the Mangaboos and must not remain here.
So, seeing your camp, I decided to ask you to settle the dispute for once and all, that I may not be further annoyed by this ignorant crab.