Down below, the little town could be seen with its white, red-roofed houses, its cathedral, and its bridge, on both sides of which streamed jostling
masses of Russian troops.
There were really, I should think, two or three hundred people elbowing and jostling
one an- other, the one or two ladies there being by no means the least active.
On this occasion the jostling
of the streets irritated me more than ever, I could not make out what was wrong with me, I could not find the clue, something seemed rising up continually in my soul, painfully, and refusing to be appeased.
Even if you had completed your third year in the Pentagonal and Hexagonal classes in the University, and were perfect in the theory of the subject, you would still find that there was need of many years of experience, before you could move in a fashionable crowd without jostling
against your betters, whom it is against etiquette to ask to "feel", and who, by their superior culture and breeding, know all about your movements, while you know very little or nothing about theirs.
Luck jerked them into life, slammed them up against the jostling
table, and told them: "Now play, damn you, play
The next she knew, the pressure of his lips yet warm on hers, she was in a group of jostling
young fellows, none of whom seemed to take the slightest notice of her.
Summary: Agartala (Tripura) [India], Feb 18 (ANI): Battle lines have been drawn for today's poll for the 60-member Tripura Assembly where the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the ruling Left Front are jostling
for the attention of voters.
When we started jostling
for the post I told him to pray along with me and promised him that I would do my Thanksgiving in his church if the Lord answered my prayers,' Aare Adams said.
for space and breath in a congested, overcrowded corridor for 15 minutes, Wahi, a diabetic, collapsed.
There was some jostling
to get to the front of the stage and the accused was unhappy about this.
Instead of being rivals and jostling
for position, they will be working together in order to make much faster progress in economic development.
It was a similar scene in some busy pubs, with people jostling
each other in the hope of being served first.