Having tasted the honeycomb, he threw down his axe, and looking on the tree as sacred, took great care
ought also to be used to endeavour to restrain the quarrels and disputes of the nobles by laws, as well as to prevent those who are not already engaged in them from taking a part therein; for to perceive an evil at its very first approach is not the lot of every one, but of the politician.
I had bought it with great care
. My instructor sometimes looked in upon me when he was out for an evening tramp, and I noticed that he was more likely to linger and become talkative if I had a comfortable chair for him to sit in, and if he found a bottle of Benedictine and plenty of the kind of cigarettes he liked, at his elbow.
"Go," I said to the steward, "take back this calf, take great care
of it, and bring me another in its place instantly."
As soon as he enters a house (for they have no inns in this nation), the master informs his neighbours that he hath a guest; immediately they bring in bread and all kinds of provisions; and there is great care
taken to provide enough, because, if the guest complains, the town is obliged to pay double the value of what they ought to have furnished.
He promised to take great care
of her nest until she came back again next day.
'I will take great care
,' said Little Red-Cap to her mother, and gave her hand on it.
They will look very pretty--Dorothy on one end of the mantle and Ozma on the other--and I shall take great care
to see they are not broken when the maids dust them."
While the beasts were eating their corn, or rather were supposed to eat it (for, as the boy was taking care of himself in the kitchen, the ostler took great care
that his corn should not be consumed in the stable), Mr Jones, at the earnest desire of Mr Dowling, accompanied that gentleman into his room, where they sat down together over a bottle of wine.
Still in the same anxious frame of mind, as she had been all that day, Anna took pleasure in arranging herself for the journey with great care
. With her little deft hands she opened and shut her little red bag, took out a cushion, laid it on her knees, and carefully wrapping up her feet, settled herself comfortably.
'I want you, Bolter,' said Fagin, leaning over the table, 'to do a piece of work for me, my dear, that needs great care
'Take great care
to hold me tight!' said the Darning-needle to the Fingers who were holding her.