In an instant I guessed that it was a secret exit from the room, and so I paused that he might have an opportunity to negotiate
it, for I cared nothing to take the life of this poor servitor--all I craved was a clear road in pursuit of Dejah Thoris, my long-lost princess.
Jack went out to get a napoleon changed, so as to have money suited to the general cheapness of things, and came back and said he bad "swamped the bank, had bought eleven quarts of coin, and the head of the firm had gone on the street to negotiate
for the balance of the change.
He could not well negotiate
the trees with his awkward burden, but he kept to the trails, and so made fairly good time.
On the morrow, Aramis, who was setting out for Madrid, to negotiate
the neutrality of Spain, came to embrace D'Artagnan at his hotel.
Because they were papers that he could not negotiate
After the smashing of the City Hall and Post-Office, the white flag had been hoisted from a tower of the old Park Row building, and thither had gone Mayor O'Hagen, urged thither indeed by the terror-stricken property owners of lower New York, to negotiate
the capitulation with Von Winterfeld.
These gentlemen ride onto the bridge alone and wave white handkerchiefs; they assure the officer on duty that they, the marshals, are on their way to negotiate
with Prince Auersperg.
Some of the buildings wouldn't have been so easy to negotiate
I was so small that, in order to negotiate
the pail, I sat down and gathered it into my lap.
Will you take the money--down, mind; no delay, no going into the city and pretending to negotiate
with some other party who has no existence, and never had.
Just then there arose a slight commotion on the other side of me, occasioned by Miss Wilson's coming to negotiate
an exchange of seats with Rose.
Indeed, brother, you would make a fine plenipo to negotiate
with the French.