Thirty or forty passengers had already descended, amongst them Colonel Stamp
Also, he advised me to have nothing to say to young fellows of that stamp
, and added that he sympathised with me as though he were my own father, and would gladly help me in any way he could.
Act," replied Grandfather, "was a law by which all deeds, bonds, and other papers of the same kind were ordered to be marked with the king's stamp
; and without this mark they were declared illegal and void.
The treasurer placed all the rolls in bags, and closed each bag with a stamp
sealed with the arms of England, a favor which treasurers do not grant to everybody.
I must not go beyond this tree, and there is also the stamp
to be considered.
I will let loose against you the fleet-footed vines-- I will call in the Jungle to stamp
out your lines
So silent and still were they, that they might have been metal-sheathed statues, were it not for the occasional quick, impatient stamp
of their chargers, or the rattle of chamfron against neck-plates as they tossed and strained.
This was the beast to be stamped
upon, and the highest duty of the aristocrat was to stamp
I hate you--I hate you--I hate you--" a louder stamp
with each assertion of hatred.
Following the energetic Smythe outside into the street, he found that some yard and a half of stamp
paper had been carefully gummed along the glass outside, and on this was written in straggly characters, "If you marry Smythe, he will die.
Already after the publication of the "Birth of Tragedy", numbers of German philologists and professional philosophers had denounced him as one who had strayed too far from their flock, and his lectures at the University of Bale were deserted in consequence; but it was not until 1879, when he finally severed all connection with University work, that he may be said to have attained to the freedom and independence which stamp
cried Hugh, with another impatient stamp
of his foot.