And we all, including the rustic youth, drew round the table: an austere silence prevailing while we discussed
Miss Marrable and I discussed
Falkland privately on the window-seat while the rest were talking.
When the repast was fully discussed
, the lion put his hands in his waistband again, and lay down to mediate.
After tea, we discussed
a variety of topics before the fire; and Mrs.
Well," said Joe, meditatively - not, of course, that it could be in anywise necessary to consider about it, but because it was the way at the Jolly Bargemen to seem to consider deeply about everything that was discussed
over pipes; "well - no.
But when the matter came on to be discussed
with the indunas in the presence of the king, at the Amapakati or council, I, as chief of the indunas, spoke against it, saying that the tribe of the Halakazi were great and strong, and that war with them would mean war with the Swazis also; moreover, they had their dwelling in caves which were had to win.
If he had the courage to encounter danger, he at least hated the trouble of going to seek it; and while he agreed in the general principles laid down by Cedric concerning the claim of the Saxons to independence, and was still more easily convinced of his own title to reign over them when that independence should be attained, yet when the means of asserting these rights came to be discussed
, he was still ``Athelstane the Unready,'' slow, irresolute, procrastinating, and unenterprising.
Unable to remain silent upon the matter constantly in her thoughts, she discussed
her husband's flight with this friend, and elicited an opinion that the behavior of Trefusis was scandalous and wicked.
The improbability of the existence of a force equal to that object has been discussed
and demonstrated in different parts of these papers; but that the futility of the objection under consideration may appear in the strongest light, it shall be conceded for a moment that such a force might exist, and the national government shall be supposed to be in the actual possession of it.
the question in all its forms, politically and scientifically; and I give here an extract from a carefully-studied article which I published in the number of the 30th of April.
He, I know--for the question had been discussed
among us long before the Time Machine was made--thought but cheerlessly of the Advancement of Mankind, and saw in the growing pile of civilization only a foolish heaping that must inevitably fall back upon and destroy its makers in the end.
There was abundance of such hunters' fare as the neighborhood furnished; and it was all discussed
with mountain appetites.