I lie here on this great immovable bed--it is nailed down, I believe--and follow that pattern
about by the hour.
Taken finger for finger, your patterns
differ from your neighbor's.
, and the colors, yes, I will tell the Emperor without delay, how very beautiful I think them.
Lebrun packed up his paints and brushes, Percerin put back the dresses into the closet, Aramis put his hand on his pocket to assure himself the patterns
were secure, - and they all left the study.
Yes, I sent Luke directly they'd put the bailies in, and your aunt Pullet's been--and, oh dear, oh dear, she cries so and says your father's disgraced my family and made it the talk o' the country; and she'll buy the spotted cloths for herself, because she's never had so many as she wanted o' that pattern
, and they sha'n't go to strangers, but she's got more checks a'ready nor she can do with.
Nevertheless, it is conceivable that the general pattern
of an organ might become so much obscured as to be finally lost, by the atrophy and ultimately by the complete abortion of certain parts, by the soldering together of other parts, and by the doubling or multiplication of others,--variations which we know to be within the limits of possibility.
But she did not want to appear unamiable and uninterested, so she had brought forth newspapers, which she spread upon the floor of the gallery, and under Madame Ratignolle's directions she had cut a pattern
of the impervious garment.
William Bell's field she fled across it as if pursued by an army of white things, and arrived at the Barry kitchen door so out of breath that she could hardly gasp out her request for the apron pattern
I was to take charge of a pattern
for a dress, which she said you would give me.
Emma watched them in, and then joined Harriet at the interesting counter,trying, with all the force of her own mind, to convince her that if she wanted plain muslin it was of no use to look at figured; and that a blue ribbon, be it ever so beautiful, would still never match her yellow pattern
Even Chaka, the slayer of men, and all those he slew, are but as a tiny grain of dust in the greatness of that pattern
Thedora tells me that a retired civil servant of her acquaintance has a uniform to sell--one cut to regulation pattern
and in good repair, as well as likely to go very cheap.