We do not work on Sunday
, because the commandment forbids it; the Germans do not work on Sunday
, because the commandment forbids 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.
"I would say of them, as of all kinds of work, whatever is innocent on a week-day, is innocent on Sunday, provided it does not interfere with the duties of the day."
"Well, if you MUST say dreadful words don't say them on Sunday," pleaded Dora.
The trout bit as they always do on Sundays. In an hour the transgressors had all the fish they wanted, so they returned to the house, much to Dora's relief.
I have read, in another account of these events, that on Sunday morning "all London was electrified by the news from Woking." As a matter of fact, there was nothing to justify that very extravagant phrase.
London, which had gone to bed on Sunday night oblivious and inert, was awakened, in the small hours of Monday morning, to a vivid sense of danger.
"Well, all I know is, I shall never read Shakespeare on Sunday," said Felicity loftily.
"I don't believe they're fit to read on Sundays," exclaimed Felicity.
and holidays the citizens trooped down, on visiting bent, and the lonely officer on duty solaced himself by playing the cicerone - especially to the citizenesses with engaging manners and a well-developed sense of the fun that may be got out of the inspection of a ship's cabins and state-rooms.
Briggs, "it is very proper that every person should have rest, and be able to go to church on Sundays
, but I should have thought you would not have minded such a short distance for the horse, and only once a day; you would have all the afternoon and evening for yourself, and we are very good customers, you know."
It's what the world would have to say about me and my employer meeting regularly and riding in the hills on Sundays
. It's funny, but it's so.