They alluded also to other and more recent woe, but in the midst of their talk their voices seemed to melt into the sound of the wind sweeping mournfully among the autumn leaves; and when the lady lifted her eyes, there was she kneeling in the hollow between three hills.
But when the old woman stirred the kneeling lady, she lifted not her head.
All right," replied Ojo, and kneeling
down he felt in the well with his hand and found that it contained a quantity of water.
there beside him she called his name aloud, as she unlaced his helm.
Then two or three boys laughed and sneered, and a big, brutal fellow who was standing in the middle of the room picked up a slipper, and shied it at the kneeling boy, calling him a snivelling young shaver.
Then he began to think that he might just as well say his prayers in bed, and then that it didn't matter whether he was kneeling, or sitting, or lying down.
There had been nothing strange about the tree before, but now, with some one kneeling
before it--images, candles .
Through the crowd there came a little form, a wreath of pure white violets lay among the bright locks that fell so softly round the gentle face, where a deep blush glowed, as, kneeling
at the throne, little Violet said:--
The officiating priest was just finishing mass whilst D'Artagnan was looking at Bazin; he pronounced the words of the holy Sacrament and retired, giving the benediction, which was received by the kneeling
communicants, to the astonishment of D'Artagnan, who recognized in the priest the coadjutor* himself, the famous Jean Francois Gondy, who at that time, having a presentiment of the part he was to play, was beginning to court popularity by almsgiving.
cried Ned, springing up from where he had been kneeling
to give his chum a better chance to shoot.
I turned and walked towards the dead bodies, keeping my face towards the three kneeling
Beast Men, very much as an actor passing up the stage faces the audience.
Charles Westmacott, white to his lips, was kneeling
an the floor, supporting his aunt's head upon his knee.