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The objects of interest are extremely numerous, and the climate is remarkably cheerful and sunny.
Sometimes I go downstairs and talk to the lady who keeps the books--a French lady, who is remarkably polite.
Among these nations the Galles, who first alarmed the world in 1542, have remarkably distinguished themselves by the ravages they have committed, and the terror they have raised in this part of Africa.
I have found the country hereabouts remarkably pretty; I have seen Mrs.
His person was short but remarkably erect and his voice the sweetest I had ever heard.
I have seen at one time lying on the ice pickerel of at least three different kinds: a long and shallow one, steel-colored, most like those caught in the river; a bright golden kind, with greenish reflections and remarkably deep, which is the most common here; and another, golden-colored, and shaped like the last, but peppered on the sides with small dark brown or black spots, intermixed with a few faint blood-red ones, very much like a trout.
One November afternoon, in the calm at the end of a rain-storm of several days' duration, when the sky was still completely overcast and the air was full of mist, I observed that the pond was remarkably smooth, so that it was difficult to distinguish its surface; though it no longer reflected the bright tints of October, but the sombre November colors of the surrounding hills.
Bradley Headstone was so remarkably awkward at these exercises, that the Rogue observed it.
Ahead of the rest and nearer to him ran a dark-haired, remarkably slim, pretty girl in a yellow chintz dress, with a white handkerchief on her head from under which loose locks of hair escaped.
It seemed remarkably tall, even for a full-grown man; but that was a good point in a small boy's eyes, and Tip did not object at all to the size of his creation.
Judge Tony Briggs said: "It is a quite remarkably frank interview, the courts do not normally see.
Remarkably successful people don't compromise on their standards.