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Would either of them only have given her a full and minute account of the whole affair between Marianne and Mr.
Then the good woman entered in a long and minute account of Kit's life and history from the earliest period down to that time, not omitting to make mention of his miraculous fall out of a back-parlour window when an infant of tender years, or his uncommon sufferings in a state of measles, which were illustrated by correct imitations of the plaintive manner in which he called for toast and water, day and night, and said, 'don't cry, mother, I shall soon be better;' for proof of which statements reference was made to Mrs Green, lodger, at the cheesemonger's round the corner, and divers other ladies and gentlemen in various parts of England and Wales
They were all eager to know what the affair of the blanket was, and the landlord gave them a minute account of Sancho's flights, at which they laughed not a little, and at which Sancho would have been no less out of countenance had not his master once more assured him it was all enchantment.
Giles sat with his legs stretched out before the kitchen fender, leaning his left arm on the table, while, with his right, he illustrated a circumstantial and minute account of the robbery, to which his bearers (but especially the cook and housemaid, who were of the party) listened with breathless interest.
The same work gives also a rather minute account of their religion--enumerates a great many of their superstitions--and makes known the particular designations of numerous orders of the priesthood.
Do not ask me, reader, to give a minute account of that day; as before, I sought work; as before, I was repulsed; as before, I starved; but once did food pass my lips.
Badger gave us in the drawing-room a biographical sketch of the life and services of Captain Swosser before his marriage and a more minute account of him dating from the time when he fell in love with her at a ball on board the Crippler, given to the officers of that ship when she lay in Plymouth Harbour.
As there is a choice of several, I picked the best and was inevitably disappointed when the sun didn't shine and was particularly cross with the one that purported to give a personalised minute by minute account of the weather in my street.
In her book Frackopoly: The Battle for the Future of Energy and the Environment, Wenonah Hauter gives readers a bracing critique of the practice, finance schemes, and politics of fracking, as well as a thorough, up-to-the minute account of grassroots mobilizing to oppose fracking, new oil and gas pipelines, and liquid natural gas (LNG) export terminals.
Lewis finds himself one of seventeen sailors on a twelve-person craft: what follows is a minute-by minute account of the aftermath of disaster, as his friends drown or succumb to exposure.
In his minute by minute account of the incident, Robert Patton, has suggested an indefinite stay on execution, till new protocols are drafted and the Oklahoma authorities are planning to revise it.
In a near minute by minute account of events, William Breuer provides great detail in outlining how the Rangers, the Alamo Scouts, and Filipino guerillas executed this daring raid and brought the POW's at Cabanatuan home after surviving the Bataan Death March and nearly three years of brutal captivity.