All right, so far--except our business with the small foreign firms
. Bills to meet from those quarters,
Bianchon narrated the following: Another Study of Woman La Grande Breteche Bidault (known as Gigonnet) Gobseck The Vendetta Cesar Birotteau The Firm
of Nucingen A Daughter of Eve Bixiou, Jean-Jacques The Purse A Bachelor's Establishment Modeste Mignon Scenes from a Courtesan's Life The Firm
of Nucingen The Muse of the Department Cousin Betty The Member for Arcis Beatrix A Man of Business Gaudissart II.
Some two weeks later, Newland Archer, sitting in abstracted idleness in his private compartment of the office of Letterblair, Lamson and Low, attorneys at law, was summoned by the head of the firm
Athelny told Philip that he could easily get him something to do in the large firm
of linendrapers in which himself worked.
Swift was now rather old and feeble, taking only a nominal part in the activities of the firm
made up of himself and his son.
But what I have to do with, as a partner in our firm
, is the qualities you've shown as a man o' business.
The Sea, assuming the form of a woman, replied to him: "Blame not me, my good sir, but the winds, for I am by my own nature as calm and firm
even as this earth; but the winds suddenly falling on me create these waves, and lash me into fury."
and the wish, which constitutes the Emperor's sole and absolute aim- to establish peace in Europe on firm
foundations- has now decided him to despatch part of the army abroad and to create a new condition for the attainment of that purpose.
Her finely chiseled, clean-cut face, with something red Indian about the firm
mouth and strongly marked cheek bones, showed even at that distance traces of the friction of the passing years.
Jerry Nichols clutched his forehead with both hands, raised both hands to heaven, and then, as if despairing of calming himself by these means, picked up a paper-weight from the desk and hurled it at a portrait of the founder of the firm
, which hung over the mantelpiece.
He looked up from his pompano and inquired of Arobin if he were related to the gentleman of that name who formed one of the firm
of Laitner and Arobin, lawyers.
His employer, who had more the appearance of a country gentleman than the junior partner in the well-known firm
of Rocke and Son, solicitors, had risen to his feet, and was drawing on his gloves.