Indeed, after the most recent calculations this reduction
is only .
D'Artagnan did not think proper to inform him of the reduction
he had made in his personnel.
The former exclaimed loudly against the terms of the arrangement, and insisted upon a reduction
of the prices.
As the image deepened before him the grotesque seemed to expand and overspread it; it was a reduction
to the absurd of the trial to which he was subjected.
It might be apprehended, however, that as the life of the illusion seemed identical with the vapor of the pipe, it would terminate simultaneously with the reduction
of the tobacco to ashes.
A gilt bamboo jardiniere, in which the primulas and cinerarias were punctually renewed, blocked the access to the bay window (where the old- fashioned would have preferred a bronze reduction
of the Venus of Milo); the sofas and arm-chairs of pale brocade were cleverly grouped about little plush tables densely covered with silver toys, porcelain animals and efflorescent photograph frames; and tall rosy-shaded lamps shot up like tropical flowers among the palms.
It was offered round the town at a tremendous reduction
, so I am told; and was eventually sold for eighteenpence to a bilious-looking youth who had just been advised by his medical men to go to the sea-side, and take exercise.
I don't think I understand what you mean," Katharine repeated, and then she was obliged to stop and answer some one who wished to know whether she would buy a ticket for an opera from them, at a reduction
His generals, in the early part of his reign, attempted the reduction
of Aethiopia and Arabia Felix.
Gambit, however, had a satisfactory practice, much pervaded by the smells of retail trading which suggested the reduction
of cash payments to a balance.
He is only in simple reduction
yet, and Johnny Johnson is in fractions, and Johnny isn't half as smart as her Tommy, and she can't understand it.
There is always a reduction
," Aynesworth reminded her, "for what is called good conduct.