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He looked so wistful as he went away, hearing the frolic and evidently having none of his own.
In the clearer view she could distinguish a staggering figure in the trail below who had evidently been stopped by two other expostulating shadows that were approaching from the shelter of a tree.
The brown scales, too, had evidently undergone rigid discipline, in an unavailing effort to rub off the rust, which, alas
Certainly," she replied, evidently enjoying my bewilderment.
The weapon which caused me to decide against an attempt at escape by flight was what was evidently a rifle of some description, and which I felt, for some reason, they were peculiarly efficient in handling.
Morrel, addressing the magistrate, whom he evidently knew; "there is doubtless some mistake easily explained.
Let them rise," said a voice behind us; a thin, wavering voice, yet one that had evidently been accustomed to command for many years.
Several voices were talking and shouting at once; others were talking and shouting on the stairs outside; it was evidently a most extraordinary visit that was about to take place.
The vicomte was a nice-looking young man with soft features and polished manners, who evidently considered himself a celebrity but out of politeness modestly placed himself at the disposal of the circle in which he found himself.
Evidently they, too, had been so much surprised by the unprecedented action of the stranger that they had not even challenged; but that they had no thought to let the thing go unnoticed was quickly evidenced by the skirring of motors upon the landing-stage and the quick shooting airward of a long-lined patrol boat.
He is a Belgian, has been wounded and evidently subjected to great privations.
shouted Vasili Andreevich, evidently enjoying the sight of his