We rest on Sunday
, because the commandment requires it; the Germans rest on Sunday
because the commandment requires it.
There was no chance, I was glad to think, as we set out on Sunday
afternoon, of meeting Eric at the Hall, as he had returned to town the day after his engagement was announced.
Well, if you MUST say dreadful words don't say them on Sunday
," pleaded Dora.
I have read, in another account of these events, that on Sunday
morning "all London was electrified by the news from Woking.
Well, all I know is, I shall never read Shakespeare on Sunday
," said Felicity loftily.
Early on Sunday
morning he went into a little room called a study in the bell tower of the church and prayed.
you and I will be around Benicia up to the very moment Demetrios's sail heaves into sight.
Fifty thousand lairs surrounded him where people lived so unwholesomely that fair water put into their crowded rooms on Saturday night, would be corrupt on Sunday
morning; albeit my lord, their county member, was amazed that they failed to sleep in company with their butcher's meat.
Carey always had a boiled egg at tea on Sunday
, so that he might be fortified for the evening service.
But two of the occupations in which people may indulge on week days are regarded as harmless on Sunday
by the obstinately anti-Christian tone of feeling which prevails in this matter among the Anglo-Saxon race.
A book of family sermons, one of which Sir Pitt was in the habit of administering to his family on Sunday
mornings, lay ready on the study table, and awaiting his judicious selection.
After a short pause for repose, Miss Skiffins - in the absence of the little servant who, it seemed, retired to the bosom of her family on Sunday
afternoons - washed up the tea-things, in a trifling lady-like amateur manner that compromised none of us.