It would go from one man to an- other with a lighter or heavier touch, which always left its mark behind, staggering some, knocking others over for a time, leaving this one, returning to another, so that all of them had now an invalid- ish aspect and a hunted, apprehensive look in their eyes; while Ransome and I, the only two com- pletely untouched, went amongst them assiduously distributing quinine.
He flour- ished, in his trembling hand, on the end of a fore- arm no thicker than a walking-stick, a shining pair of scissors which he tried before my very eyes to jab at his throat.
Their house was styl- ish
. They were what is called respectable people.
Under the old dim writing of the Yankee historian appeared traces of a penmanship which was older and dimmer still -- Latin words and sentences: fragments from old monk- ish
Pickup behind me; "no pay, my dear, unlesh your Rembrandt ish
good enough to take me in--even me, Ishmael, who dealsh in pictersh and knowsh what'sh what."
"One would think that the sole purpose of that fiend- ish gale had been to make a lunatic of that poor devil of a mulatto.
The bright stream flashed in sun- shine, fell into a layer of white crawling smoke, and van- ished on the black surface of coal.
Nevertheless, when that outland- ish
bird, attacked by the cat, shrieked for help in human accents, she ran out into the yard stopping her ears, and did not prevent the crime.
Suddenly he van- ished
, and I could have fancied a faint shriek had reached me.
Himself reeling from exhaustion, he was aston- ished
beyond measure at such persistency.
She had no accompl ished
lady to personate: Grace had spoken herself--her father's letter spoke also in the plainest terms--of her neglected education.
Of note is that Weber Contract Services alleged that ISH
Energy presented allegations of simultaneous leaks only when submitting Proof of Loss in its insurance claim to satisfy a policy requirement of a Sudden and Accidental Pollution event.