She has been there and all over the world; and now visits England for the first time.
Every man hearing that for the first time from a pair of loved lips is privileged to go mad for a brief season, and to go through certain manoeuvers much more delectable to the enjoyers than to society at large.
The Girl hesitated and for the first time a hint of colour flushed her cheek.
You should know without being told that when a woman born and reared in a city, and all her life confined there, steps into the woods for the first time, she's bound to be afraid.
First time I ever struck him, and didn't intend to then.
But when he spoke thus frankly and feelingly of the change in him, Susan looked at him--and, not having seen him in two weeks and three days, she really saw him for the first time in many a month.
When she came out, her face was bright for the first time.
When Susan had finished, she unlocked her lips for the first time to say: "The room's took.
Jack saw and comprehended for the first time in his life the real nature of a pure woman, the depths of tenderness and self-abnegation, the heroism and calm trust and the nobility of an unworldly life.
No doubt, if we had now known her for the first time, we should have admired her exceedingly, and probably have accounted her thrice happy in filling so well her brilliant position.
In Italy the worlds of music and painting were for the first time opened to him.
Sweet took the Battery out to drill this morning, first time he ever acted in that capacity, but he is a thorough tactician, and is at home at any post.
Our guns were fired for the first time, giving a crack which almost demolished my "tympanum".
There, no doubt, grocery and poetry embraced for the first time in the flesh; although they have, and ever have had, intimate secret relations.
Spaniard, whose little eyes began for the first time to show fear; while his swarthy yellow face, which seemed as it if could never change color, whitened.
It would appear however from certain passages in the notes here printed for the first time, that Leonardo was in a position to study the spots in the moon more closely than he could have done with the unaided eye.
The impression appears to awaken neither displeasure nor pleasure; the perception seems now for the first time to be distinct.
Social-Democrats in the legislature were allowed for the first time to write the reports for important committees, such as those on the schools, factory inspection, and town or township taxation.
But mine's a hayseed, daughter of a friend of Aunt Nell's up from the country for the very first time in her life!
Letting the dear child go off all alone by herself this way for the very first time!
And taking the initiative for the first time in his life, he stooped down and kissed her.
It is worth remarking that this was the first time Mr. Brice had been called "Steve" and had not resented it.
I had all the sensations of an aspiring young brave who for the first time is admitted to the councils of the tribe!
Accordingly I remained till Friday morning, when I went with the rest of her suite to see the hounds throw off, which she herself saw for the first time.
June 1839, and entered the Cabinet for the first timeas Lord Privy Seal.
We met him at the dinner last night for the first time.
You've guessed it first time; though his name's Vladimir Selinski.
The political character of this reaction against the growing power of the high priests and the town of Amon was pointed out for the first time by Masporo in 1878.
What, then, happened in the beginning, when the larva bit for the first time into a luscious victim?
I take the field with an equipment which I am carrying across the country for the first time: a glass bell-jar, a wire-gauze cover and the various implements needed for handling and transferring my irascible and dangerous subjects.
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