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It is not actually settled, but there is such a thing in agitation.
I write this, it is hardly necessary to say, under the impression that, wherever he may now be living, he is settled in the place for some little time.
At last we reached Balsora, whence I hastened to Bagdad, where my first action was to bestow large sums of money upon the poor, after which I settled down to enjoy tranquilly the riches I had gained with so much toil and pain.
It must be very agreeable for her to be settled within so easy a distance of her own family and friends.
I had hoped ALL was settled," answered the good woman in alarm.
His head was cut and bleeding; and one knee seemed to be badly injured; and it was speedily settled that he had better be conveyed at once to the only Surgery in the place.
The young willow-wrens, however, continued to cry and scream, and when their parents again brought food they said: 'We will not so much as touch one fly's leg, no, not if we were dying of hunger, until you have settled whether we are respectable children or not; the bear has been here and has insulted us
Well, Richard," said I as soon as I could begin to be grave with him, "are you beginning to feel more settled now?
She had that moment settled with Miss Tilney to take their proposed walk tomorrow; it was quite determined, and she would not, upon any account, retract.
It's time she settled down too, and besides, the captains and the first mates like a change now and then.
Luckily Hayward's letters came seldom, and in the intervals Philip settled down again to his industrious life.
At the barrier the Sagoths clambered up the steep side with truly apelike agility, while behind them the haughty queen rose upon her wings with her two frightful dragons close beside her, and settled down upon the largest bowlder of them all in the exact center of that side of the amphitheater which is reserved for the dominant race.