, too, you my lords in the lines there, for I, Machua Appa, am speaking
So being much troubled I said to the men, 'My men, I know you are hard pressed, but listen
while I tell you the prophecy that Teiresias made me, and how carefully Aeaean Circe warned me to shun the island of the blessed sun-god, for it was here, she said, that our worst danger would lie.
These people had halted there to listen
to the organ- grinder, who was playing in front of some one's windows.
It is the only way of dealing with diffident, easily embarrassed characters, and with some slight manual aid I presently got her placed just where wanted her to be, that is, between my desk and the window, where she was screened from the rush of the second division, and where no one could sneak behind her to listen
And when calamity or when disgrace is coming to it, let the Dedlocks listen
for my step
There is one point that cannot be forgotten, round which everything else dances and turns about; and because of this point he cannot faint, and this lasts until the very final quarter of a second, when the wretched neck is on the block and the victim listens
and waits and KNOWS-- that's the point, he KNOWS that he is just NOW about to die, and listens
for the rasp of the iron over his head.
She knew this and it interested her, for she was accustomed to find young men very ready to talk about themselves, and had come to listen
to them as one listens
to children, without any thought of herself.
A very intimate sense of the expressiveness of outward things, which ponders, listens
, penetrates, where the earlier, less developed consciousness passed lightly by, is an important element in the general temper of our modern poetry.
Jane is now a common grown-up, with a daughter called Margaret; and every spring cleaning time, except when he forgets, Peter comes for Margaret and takes her to the Neverland, where she tells him stories about himself, to which he listens
If he is shrewd enough not to fight you, and merely sits and listens
to your English law, it will be no more than a huge joke to him.
It is a great task to transmute feeling and sensation into speech, written or spoken, that will, in turn, in him who reads or listens
, transmute itself back into the selfsame feeling and sensation.
What, under my endless obsession, I had been impelled to listen
for was some betrayal of his not being at rest, and I presently caught one, but not in the form I had expected.