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- said "Drive right on up to town," said Mr. Martell, a little later, from the steps of his piazza, "and present my compliments to Mr. Harcourt, and ask him if he will favor us with his company at supper."
- side The difficulties won't look so serious if you attack them one by one, and it must be worth something to have the right on your side .
- society -The Transactions of the London Horticultural Society .
- state The moment he entered, and saw the state his master was in, he hastened to a cupboard, took thence a bottle, poured from it something colourless, and gave it to him in water.
- stay Yes, my dear, I dare say you have been very intimate; but you see you are very young; and his stay ing here- I thought he would be so glad to come and be with the Colonel, who was his guardian and Bessie's, said Fanny, and I have promised to have Bessie to stay with me, she was such a dear little thing- Well, my dear, it may be a good thing for you to have a young lady with you, and if he is to come over, her presence will explain it.
- study Now Messer Paolo dal Pozzo Toscanelli, returning from his studies, and chancing one evening to be at supper in a garden with some of his friends, invited Filippo, who, hearing him discourse on the mathematical arts, formed such an intimacy with him that he learnt geometry from Messer Paolo; and although Filippo had no learning, he reasoned so well in every matter with his instinct, sharpened by practice and experience, that he would many times confound him. And so he went on to give attention to the study of the Christian Scriptures, never failing to be present at the disputations and preachings of learned persons, from which he gained so much advantage, by reason of his admirable memory, that the aforesaid Messer Paolo was wont to extol him and to say that in hearing Filippo argue he appeared to be hearing a new S. Paul.
- Saidie A month had gone by, and during that month, except for the time he was with Saidie in the bungalow, Hamilton, had he been less of a philosopher, would have been extremely uncomfortable.