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This person--a gray-headed man, of quiet and most respectful deportment --found it necessary to explain that his master still remained in his study, or private apartment; on entering which, an hour before, he had expressed a wish on no account to be disturbed.
Wilson, from the time of the entrance of the stranger, had regarded him with an air of disturbed and uneasy curiosity.
Two weeks ago the public peace had the honor to be disturbed by you.
I disturbed nobody, Nelly,' he replied; 'and I gave some ease to myself.
The bird replied, "My good master, the lightning, thunder and rain disturbed me so much all night long, that I cannot tell you what I have suffered.
This expression rather disturbed Fix, without his knowing why.
As therefore, in the other imitative arts, the imitation is one when the object imitated is one, so the plot, being an imitation of an action, must imitate one action and that a whole, the structural union of the parts being such that, if any one of them is displaced or removed, the whole will be disjointed and disturbed.
From the latter he is defended by being well armed and having good allies, and if he is well armed he will have good friends, and affairs will always remain quiet within when they are quiet without, unless they should have been already disturbed by conspiracy; and even should affairs outside be disturbed, if he has carried out his preparations and has lived as I have said, as long as he does not despair, he will resist every attack, as I said Nabis the Spartan did.
By turns I shiver and flush with heat, and Thedora is greatly disturbed about me.
The fathers of the people, those of fourscore years and upwards, were disturbed, deeming it strange that they should forget one of such evident authority, whom they must have known in their early days, the associate of Winthrop, and all the old councillors, giving laws, and making prayers, and leading them against the savage.
have I disturbed you with my presence and my thoughtless gaiety?
You also observed that Mimi was disturbed in her mind at the way Mr.