HIGGINS [coming grimly at her from the divan, and accompanying her to the door] Good-bye
Go and say good-bye
to Miss Watkin, and we'll go home.
Johnny Dooit next came on the platform with his tool-chest, and in a few minutes built a great flying machine; then put his chest in the machine and the whole thing flew away together--Johnny and all--after he had bid good-bye
to those present and thanked the Princess for her hospitality.
Madame Karenina entered the carriage again to say good-bye
to the countess.
The women cried over Cathy, so did even those stern warriors, the Rocky Mountain Rangers; Shekels was there, and the Cid, and Sardanapalus, and Potter, and Mongrel, and Sour-Mash, Famine, and Pestilence, and Cathy kissed them all and wept; details of the several arms of the garrison were present to represent the rest, and say good-bye
and God bless you for all the soldiery; and there was a special squad from the Seventh, with the oldest veteran at its head, to speed the Seventh's Child with grand honors and impressive ceremonies; and the veteran had a touching speech by heart, and put up his hand in salute and tried to say it, but his lips trembled and his voice broke, but Cathy bent down from the saddle and kissed him on the mouth and turned his defeat to victory, and a cheer went up.
This having been agreed upon, Dorothy bade good-bye
to all her friends.
I ought to be grateful for this chance of seeing you once more, of saying good-bye
Yet I left her with an aching sense of having been a brute, and on the morning of my departure from Paris, as I said good-bye
to William and Dora, I spoke somewhat seriously of Semiramis.
I have come,' said Joe, 'to say good-bye
--to say good-bye
for I don't know how many years; perhaps for ever.
This is the last time you can summon us," said the leader to Dorothy; "so good-bye
and good luck to you.
Dorothy held Eureka in her arms and bade her friends a fond good-bye
My OWN DARLING FRIEND:--WORDS CANNOT EXPRESS my feelings over not being able to go up this morning to say good-bye
to one I so FONDLY ADORE.