And so the glutton joined
the party, and the ship mounted again into the air, and flew up and onward, till the Simpleton from his outlook saw a man walking by the shore of a great lake, and evidently looking for something.
He was soon joined
by a quartet of officers, and, with my back against a golden throne, I fought once again for Dejah Thoris.
One, when he joined
the Society, had brought with him his wife and children, but never, from that hour, had spoken a fond word to the former, or taken his best-loved child upon his knee.
The two parties now joined
their forces, and made their way, without further misfortune, to the rendezvous.
so well, that I have not discovered and joined
Another recruit that joined
the camp at Nodowa deserves equal mention.
Allen, after drinking his glass of water, joined
some gentlemen to talk over the politics of the day and compare the accounts of their newspapers; and the ladies walked about together, noticing every new face, and almost every new bonnet in the room.
There are three different ways in which two states may be blended and joined
together; for, in the first place, all those rules may be adopted which the laws of each of them have ordered; as for instance in the judicial department, for in an oligarchy the rich are fined if they do not come to the court as jurymen, but the poor are not paid for their attendance; but in democracies they are, while the rich are not fined for their neglect.
But, at the landing, the second lighter joined
the first, and Colbert, approaching Fouquet, saluted him on the quay with marks of the profoundest respect - marks so significant, so public, that their result was the bringing of the whole population upon La Fosse.
After she had played a little air with variations on the harp, she joined
the other young ladies in begging Natasha and Nicholas, who were noted for their musical talent, to sing something.
Well, whenever you are ready, we shall be joined
by the Whimsies, the Growleywogs and the Phanfasms," said Guph; "so the conquest of Oz is assured without a doubt.
Norbury to his brother Henry, who had joined
him in Milan; and he was now at full liberty to amuse himself by testing in every possible way the extraordinary influence exercised over his relatives by the new hotel.