In the smoking-room, after dinner, the Colonel put forward
the view that Miss Schlegel had jumped it out of devilry.
So I will, and so in fairness I require to have that plainly put forward
At last the elephants began to lie down one after another as is their custom, till only Kala Nag at the right of the line was left standing up; and he rocked slowly from side to side, his ears put forward
to listen to the night wind as it blew very slowly across the hills.
And his voice was so changed that the man, though naturally vexed at being turned out, made no comment on the plea of sudden indisposition which young Powell put forward
I put forward
my arm, and shuddered to find that I had fallen at the very brink of a circular pit, whose extent, of course, I had no means of ascertaining at the moment.
The question of an inquest had to be considered, and it would never do to put forward
the truth, as no one would believe it.
Terentieff, and all you have just put forward
with such undeniable talent, may be summed up in the triumph of right above all, independent of everything else, to the exclusion of everything else; perhaps even before having discovered what constitutes the right.
The statements put forward
in the Declaration were all made in answer to questions asked by the procurator-fiscal or by myself.
No such claim is put forward
in practice, and the necessity of empirical observation is not denied; but according to the theory it ought to be.
It was difficult to refuse any of Sherlock Holmes' requests, for they were always so exceedingly definite, and put forward
with such a quiet air of mastery.
If you had put forward
a thundering revolutionary manifesto, not a daily paper would have dared allude to it: there is no cowardice like Fleet Street cowardice
And Kim, as interested in the life of this world as she soon to leave it, squatted with his feet under the hem of his robe, drinking all in, while the lama demolished one after another every theory of body-curing put forward
by Hurree Babu.