Even philanthropy did not have the desired effect
. The genuine as well as the false paper money which flooded Moscow lost its value.
About a year's pressure is sufficient to produce the desired effect
, at the end of which time the child emerges from its bandages a complete flathead, and continues so through life.
At any other time, this remonstrance, and the tone in which it was delivered, would have had the desired effect
; but the girl being really weak and exhausted, dropped her head over the back of the chair, and fainted, before Mr.
The remedy produced the desired effect
. I came back at seven o'clock steadied and invigorated, and was able to greet M.
There were many in the Ti for whom the tobacco did not furnish a sufficient stimulus, and who accordingly had recourse to 'arva', as a more powerful agent in producing the desired effect
We parted - somewhat coldly again: but still we did not cease to be friends; and my well-meant warning, though it might have been more judiciously delivered, as well as more thankfully received, was not wholly unproductive of the desired effect
: his visit to the Wilsons was not repeated, and though, in our subsequent interviews, he never mentioned her name to me, nor I to him, - I have reason to believe he pondered my words in his mind, eagerly though covertly sought information respecting the fair lady from other quarters, secretly compared my character of her with what he had himself observed and what he heard from others, and finally came to the conclusion that, all things considered, she had much better remain Miss Wilson of Ryecote Farm than be transmuted into Mrs.
This is indeed a most excellent medicine, and, like Ward's pill, flies at once to the particular part of the body on which you desire to operate, whether it be the tongue, the hand, or any other member, where it scarce ever fails of immediately producing the desired effect
Here is one definition from a popular dictionary: 'Any instrument or organization by which power is applied and made effective, or a desired effect
produced.' Well, then, is not a man a machine?
Another intreaty that she would be serious, however, produced the desired effect
; and she soon satisfied Jane by her solemn assurances of attachment.
“Richard,” said Marmaduke, observing that his displeasure had produced the desired effect
, “can you inform me of anything concerning the youth whom I so unfortunately wounded?
This extraordinary summons failed, however, of producing the desired effect
. It proved utterly unintelligible to his younger listeners, with the exception of the few offensive terms, already sufficiently distinguished, and though Ellen better comprehended the meaning of the herald, she appeared as little moved by his rhetoric as her companions.
Dolly herself was disposed to be silent for some time now, for she had spoken from the depths of her own simple belief, and was much concerned to know whether her words would produce the desired effect