But the ship, having her full complement
of seamen, spurned his suit; and not all the King his father's influence could prevail.
There was a full complement
of passengers on board, among them English, many Americans, a large number of coolies on their way to California, and several East Indian officers, who were spending their vacation in making the tour of the world.
It had kept its boughs unshattered, and its full complement
of leaves; and the whole in perfect verdure, except a single branch, that, by the earlier change with which the elm-tree sometimes prophesies the autumn, had been transmuted to bright gold.
George salutes the gentleman but otherwise sits bolt upright and profoundly silent--very forward in his chair, as if the full complement
of regulation appendages for a field-day hung about him.
As each succeeding boat was launched its crew took it out and practiced with it under the tutorage of those who had graduated from the first ship, and so on until a full complement
of men had been trained for every boat.
She inquired of the coachman if the outside places (all of which were not yet filled up) had their full complement
of passengers also.
"When the full complement
is in they'll enable us to transport around 132,000 people a day compared to the 13,000 we do today," she said.
A full complement
of crews remain in the area throughout neighborhoods to assist residents as they return to their homes and answer any questions they may have about gas safety.
Head, emergency department, Dr Adewale Badru, said the hospital's emergency department despite lacking its full complement
of staff was fully prepared for patients that come in.
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