He immediately took the only method of silencing this thorough bass, whose music he feared might disturb Mr Allworthy; and then sitting down by the nurse, he remained motionless till Blifil and the doctor came in together and waked the sick man, in order that the doctor might feel his pulse, and that the other might communicate to him that piece of news, which, had Jones been apprized
of it, would have had great difficulty of finding its way to Mr Allworthy's ear at such a season.
Hard-Heart listened gravely, and then, as if apprized
that his time to speak had not arrived, he once more bent his look on the vacant air.
The vigilant watchman, using his daily opportunities of turning his eyes in Bradley's direction, soon apprized
Miss Peecher that Bradley was more preoccupied than had been his wont, and more given to strolling about with a downcast and reserved face, turning something difficult in his mind that was not in the scholastic syllabus.
According to a message received here, the minister also apprized
the delegates that the second phase of hydro fluorocarbons phase out management plan is ready for launching with the help of the Multilateral fund and its partners implementing agencies and cooperation with all stakeholders.
The Council will also be apprized
about the status regarding Vahan and Saarthi sites under Transport National Register.
He also apprized
the participants that China has three (03) foreign investment acts relating to Land Leasing, Tax exemptions and employment policy.
Since the early 1990s, Collins also owned the less grandiose estate next door that, according to the always impeccably apprized
snitch Lucy Spillerguts, is leased to Al Pacino's production company.
Side by side the Pakistan government was also apprized
about Iran's one-sided withdrawal from the government-to-government cooperation agreement and the $500 million financing for the construction of Pakistan's portion of the pipeline.
Afzal Khan, MNAs and apprized
them of the issues being faced by the business community to highlight the same in the parliament for urgent redress.
During the course of negotiations, the Commission is expected to keep both the Council and the Parliament apprized
of its progress and the Council and the Parliament may take the opportunity to voice their respective views and concerns.
The participants of study were apprized
for their cooperation and support in the study the average.
Now it does seem strange that Lord Combermere should have been unapprised of this transaction; or being apprized
of it, that he should have suffered Mr.