I will facilitate
it by repeating the question, `Will you, or will you not, retract?
In order to facilitate
the children's studies, he presented them with an engraved geography which represented various scenes of the world; cannibals with feather head-dresses, a gorilla kidnapping a young girl, Arabs in the desert, a whale being harpooned, etc.
The Susquehanna, a narrow though rapid stream at its source, was much filled with “flood wood,” or fallen trees; and the troops adopted a novel expedient to facilitate
Like a good uncle, Mazarin felt disposed to facilitate
His objects were to ascertain the breadth of the continent at its broadest part, and to determine on some place on the shores of the Pacific, where government might establish a post to facilitate
the discovery of a northwest passage, or a communication between Hudson's Bay and the Pacific Ocean.
Well, I have vowed to destroy that White Worm, and my being able to do whatever I may choose with the Lair would facilitate
matters and avoid complications.
The proceeding upon somewhat conceived in writing, doth for the most part facilitate
dispatch: for though it should be wholly rejected, yet that negative is more pregnant of direction, than an indefinite; as ashes are more generative than dust.
The general's improving hand had not loitered here: every modern invention to facilitate
the labour of the cooks had been adopted within this, their spacious theatre; and, when the genius of others had failed, his own had often produced the perfection wanted.
Lists of all purchases had to be made out, and values attached, to facilitate
matters at the custom-house.
He bowed with a friendly air to Saint-Aignan, who was all reverences and smiles, and trembling held out his hand to Henrietta, his sister-in-law, whose beauty struck him; but he saw in the eyes of that princess an expression of coldness which would facilitate
, as he thought, their future relations.
To have the white giant sleeping peacefully in one of his own huts would greatly facilitate
the matter of earning the reward, and so the chief was urgent in his suggestions that Tarzan, doubtless being very much fatigued after his travels, should retire early to the comforts of the anything but inviting palace.
Say," he remarked, removing his cigar to the corner of his mouth in order to facilitate
conversation, "this old city of yours don't change any.