The scope of the Library thus became extended into something more international, and it is entering on the fifth decade of its existence in the hope that it may contribute to that mutual understanding
between countries which is so pressing a need of the present time."
A tap upon the shoulder served to rouse Toby from his reverie; I found him ripe for the enterprise, and a very few words sufficed for a mutual understanding
It is now two months since our guests left us to the enjoyment of each other's society; and I have had nine weeks' experience of this new phase of conjugal life - two persons living together, as master and mistress of the house, and father and mother of a winsome, merry little child, with the mutual understanding
that there is no love, friendship, or sympathy between them.
In this state of mutual understanding
, they reached Leghorn.
He had been in a rage with Dunstan, and had thought of nothing but a thorough break-up of their mutual understanding
; but what it would be really wisest for him to do, was to try and soften his father's anger against Dunsey, and keep things as nearly as possible in their old condition.
These words, however, had not the inhospitable bluntness with which they may strike the reader; for the two relatives, in a talk before bedtime, had arrived at a certain degree of mutual understanding
. Hepzibah knew enough to enable her to appreciate the circumstances (resulting from the second marriage of the girl's mother) which made it desirable for Phoebe to establish herself in another home.
Yet Adam knew what they meant all the better, and the two honest men grasped each other's hard hands in mutual understanding
But the mixture of anger in her agitation had vanished at the sight of him; she had been used, when they were face to face, always to feel confidence and the happy freedom which comes with mutual understanding
, and how could other people's words hinder that effect on a sudden?
HE saw the drift of my proceedings at a very early date; and, with his interest in Miss Verinder, any mutual understanding
was impossible between him and me.
A mutual understanding
follows, and I think it may carry us through.
Here are not many people--and as it is desirable that a story- teller and a story-reader should establish a mutual understanding
as soon as possible, I beg it to be noticed that I confine this observation neither to young people nor to little people, but extend it to all conditions of people: little and big, young and old: yet growing up, or already growing down again--there are not, I say, many people who would care to sleep in a church.