First there was a thick luxuriant green turf, which, even in the hottest days of the year, had hardly a single sunburnt patch.
If one of this strange pair of lovers must perish, it will hardly be my friend Fara.
She canhardly move under the weight of her jewels.
Hardly could two great armies ever before have lain for months' within sight of each other as these two did in almost amicable relations.
He hadhardly been taken from his horse when two aides, Lieutenant Morrison and Lieutenant Smith, arrived.
Artillery could hardly be used, because of the mixture of the lines, but nowhere in the war was such rifle fire known.
Nothing could be more creditable to a young colony than the way everything was arranged, for the difficulties in one's culinary path in Natal are hardly to be appreciated by English housekeepers.
Here it is particularly acceptable, for without its sustaining qualities one could hardlysurvive the slow movements of those most deliberate of all mortals, the Turkish officials.
During the day they sleep, lying about the streets so stupid that they will hardly move; in fact, horses and donkeys step over them, and pedestrians wisely let them alone.
His reply was: "I was just fourteen, and I played the soubrette characters in an amateur company--a line that I could hardly assume with any degree of vraisemblance now.
I thought David would be vexed, but I could not have expected what really happened, I had hardly finished my story when he burst into the most ungovernable rage.
Who would believe that twenty-four hours ago one could hardly endure a white muslin dressing-gown?
It would be hardly possible to name a corner of Italy that has not by deputation or special official message sought to associate itself with the task of doing him honor.
This further step seems, when we view within the camera the image in perfect panoply of all its hues, so very slight in comparison with the original discovery of Daguerre, that we can hardly refer it to a distant future.
Latkin answered by kissing in the air and winking his eyes: he evidently hardly knew what he was doing.
It could hardly have been a recognition of carriage-making as one of the fine arts that caused the placing of an immense receptacle for such vehicles in so prominent a position near Memorial Hall.
The romantic reader will be disappointed with his meagre statements here, whichhardly bring these two people more distinctly before us than are Solomon and the queen of Sheba.
And after she had kissed her frequently she thanked her again effusively, as if she had received some signal grace that could hardly be repaid.
I called him aside, and, hardly waiting to take breath, I stammered out that my parents were very angry with me for giving the watch away, and that if he was willing to give it back to me I would gladly pay him for it.
I whisper hardly above my breath, and leaning over her and over my aunt, I take hold of the watch.
It must be quite needless to remind those who have ever seen it of the features of that most poetically suggestive spot, and I can hardly hope to enable any who have not seen it to form an adequate idea of its exceeding beauty.
It is one of which we can hardly be said to have a specimen in our literature.
Now however good counsel seemed scarce, and an expedient hardly possible.
Still closer, still brighter grows the throng, more and more melodious their lispings; then with garlands and solemn triumph they lead the Genius along, who with his dark eyes can hardly peep through his luxuriant flower-wreaths.
The mother could hardly conceal her embarrassment.
Miss Erhard too was in high spirits, and Michael, who was a spectator, couldhardly conceive how she could move so nimbly in the Scotch reel.
They say you have hardly opened a book during the four terms you have been at the University.
And they had hardly said the words before Ingrid said that it was very likely, and wanted to set off at once.
Next morning the minister rose at daybreak, and was found wandering through the fields in such a state of excitement that he could hardly be induced to look at breakfast.
He's lifted abune the body a'thegither, an' can hardly keep himsel awa frae the Hebrew at his breakfast.
The missiles of the assailants are to be very soft snowballs, hardly more than mere clots, so that nobody can be hurt in the assault, but the defenders may repel the assailants with harder snowballs.
She impulsively added, "She ain't hardly strong enough to be doing what she is, I tell her.
I have been looking, as I need hardly tell you, to that invention to secure me a very large fortune, and I shall be ruined, indeed, if the design is taken abroad.
He's had so many disappointments, that he'll hardly believe his luck.
If you like you can keep it, or as it is hardly worth mentioning, keep it for some months, or even years if you like.
The whole thing, I need hardly tell you, is a profound secret, and you may judge of my present state of mind when I tell you that one set of drawings has been stolen.
Martin Hotteterre was hardlythe first to introduce the second chaunter for the bag-pipe, since [v.
During the greater part of the year this sea is frozen, but, while hardly ever free of ice, there are normally navigable channels along the coasts from the beginning of June to the end of September connected by transverse channels.
The cessation of the trade was marked, however, by hardly any disturbance; there were no local failures, and in a few months the steamers and their crews departed, and New Providence subsided into its usual state of quietude.
Agag, in verse 7, can hardlybe the Amalekite king of 1 Sam.
It need hardly be said that the exact accuracy of such narratives is not an essential part of the Christian faith; no such doctrine is laid down by the creeds and confessions.
The observation, of course, is that of a type of business man in the city to which Ricardo as well as Bagehot belonged, though Ricardo could hardly look at it from the outside as Bagehot was able to do.
This distinction admits of a useful elasticity in the administration of the law, having regard to the comparative importance of the case, which is hardly possible under the English act.
But at least three ladies, all of a rank higher than his own, figure as his "Egerias" to such an extent that it is hardly extravagant to say that Balzac would not have been Balzac without them.
But that cannot be, for I see iron and brass in this room which would hardly remain there could you convert it to gold.
Hardly time for him with his small staff of officers to enrol his men and divide them into regiments.
The first and second I let pass, for I hardly realised that they so completely overlooked us.
As we approached this lonely gibbet we saw that a dried-up wisp of a thing which could hardly be recognised as having once been a human being was dangling from the centre of it.
In all their preachments they so highly pretended to the Spirit, that some of them could hardly spell a letter.
It is he who slew my youngest born,' cried the old woman, casting a malignant look at the mummy above her, and shaking a clenched hand at it which was hardly more fleshy than its own.
He would swear when he was happy or when he was sad, when he was angry or when he was loving, but this swearing was so mere a trick of speech, without malice or bitterness, that even my father could hardly deal harshly with the sinner.
Petersfield had always been a great stronghold of the Church, having hardly a Nonconformist within its bounds.
I had hardly spoken before the folding-doors of the town-hall were thrown open, and a procession of the city fathers emerged into the market-place.
He has much need of more soldierly advisers, for since Fletcher hath gone there is hardly a man about him who hath been trained to arms.
They had hardly passed through the opposite door into the Duke's own room, when the gentleman with the list called out a name, and the guests began one after the other to file into the great man's presence.
If I did not make the course of events clear to you, you wouldhardly understand the influences which had such an effect upon my whole history.
There was a short silence, during which the naturalists stared at Migo, hardly knowing what to say.
Hardly that," laughed Mr. Lewis, "though it might be used as a club.
I can hardly wait to get into that Forest of Mystery," said Joe, stopping for a moment to glance toward the west.
The youths hardly knew what to do with the carcass.
I hardly know," returned Bob, who was somewhat disappointed at sight of the vessel.
The chums could hardly tear themselves away from the window.
For Hirsko it was hardly well; for Lord Grazian, when he had read the letter, in his first outburst of anger, had him bound and scourged to the full value of a woman's kiss.
When brought before Idalia, his face was hardly recognizable, it was so blue with frost and pain, and its features were so distorted.
And the little fellow would hardly wait to be asked, but spring up on the table and recite what he had learned; and the ladies would blush to the very roots of their hair; some would laugh, but the more prudish would go away.
It will give me, however, a clue which perhaps may lead me to the end of the labyrinth, though as yet I hardly see my way.
The servants are at a game of dominos, from which his entrance hardly disturbs them, and fortunate is he if any one conduct him with a careless lazy air to the "salon.
Strictly, then, the volumes are so exclusively subordinate and ministerial to the poetry they illustrate, that apart from the latter they possess hardly any interest.
A native of Marseilles wouldhardly have named the Canebiere with greater satisfaction.
It seemed also, both to her and Marlow, that a part of the prohibition was removed, and though they might not perhaps be permitted to walk out together, Lady Hastings could hardly for the future forbid them to ride.
Well, I may have creased him," admitted the boy, using a word to denote a grazing bullet wound, hardly more than a scratch.
What could we do with a boat in that stream, which is hardly three feet wide in places?
It was just their picturesque, western manner of talking, and hardlyhad the echo of Old Billee's words died away on the hot, dusty air than he was gently patting the neck of the pony he rode.
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