A monotonous, silent city, deriving
an earthy flavour throughout from its Cathedral crypt, and so abounding in vestiges of monastic graves, that the Cloisterham children grow small salad in the dust of abbots and abbesses, and make dirt-pies of nuns and friars; while every ploughman in its outlying fields renders to once puissant Lord Treasurers, Archbishops, Bishops, and such-like, the attention which the Ogre in the story-book desired to render to his unbidden visitor, and grinds their bones to make his bread.
And Mrs Verloc waited in silence the good pleasure of her saviour, deriving
comfort from his reflective silence.
much comfort from this elucidation, I pursued the inquiry still further, and found that the Transcendentalists are followers of my friend Mr.
There was the engaging Young Barnacle, deriving
from the sprightly side of the family, also from the Circumlocution Office, gaily and agreeably helping the occasion along, and treating it, in his sparkling way, as one of the official forms and fees of the Church Department of How not to do it.
Here Bella, deriving
no comfort from her charming bonnet and her elegant dress, burst into tears.
Bob Sawyer sat together in the little surgery behind the shop, discussing minced veal and future prospects, when the discourse, not unnaturally, turned upon the practice acquired by Bob the aforesaid, and his present chances of deriving
a competent independence from the honourable profession to which he had devoted himself.
from these means the relief which he sought, he bit off an immense mouthful from the bread and meat, and took a quick drink of the porter; by which artificial aids he choked himself and effected a diversion of the subject.
The Notice provides that this rule is based on the contract manufacturer's not deriving
its gross receipts from the sale or other disposition of the QPP.
If the individual deriving
or creating a basic bibliographic record for ordering purposes is a paraprofessional, then he or she will also assume responsibility for bar code application and linking.