But what turns my head and makes my gorge rise, is the cold-blooded, conscious, deliberate cruelty and torment that is manifest behind ninety-nine
of every hundred trained-animal turns.
He followed his directions, and rode on his way, and after another ninety-nine
days he arrived at a golden castle, which stood in the middle of a vast wilderness.
The old prince, and Lvov, whom he liked so much, and Sergey Ivanovitch, and all the women believed, and his wife believed as simply as he had believed in his earliest childhood, and ninety-nine
hundredths of the Russian people, all the working people for whose life he felt the deepest respect, believed.
"I wouldn't give up my four thousand of the bet," said Andrew Stuart, as he took his seat, "for three thousand nine hundred and ninety-nine
Quiet people avoid the question of the Presidency, for there will be a new election in three years and a half, and party feeling runs very high: the great constitutional feature of this institution being, that directly the acrimony of the last election is over, the acrimony of the next one begins; which is an unspeakable comfort to all strong politicians and true lovers of their country: that is to say, to ninety-nine
men and boys out of every ninety-nine
and a quarter.
I have known ladies to do it now and then, and this gentleman, and one or two others have given me a pat and a kind word; but ninety-nine
persons out of a hundred would as soon think of patting the steam engine that drew the train.
But this business would claim, not half of you, but nine-tenths of you, or ninety-nine
Such a speech from ninety-nine
people out of a hundred would have annoyed Anne bitterly; but the way in which Mr.
He would be able to disguise himself so effectually that ninety-nine
people out of a hundred would fail to identify him, either by his voice or his manner."
"A woman's vanity is so immeasurable that, after having had ninety-nine
object-lessons in the difference between promise and performance and the emptiness of pretty speeches, the beginning of the hundredth will find her lending the same willing and enchanted ear to the eloquence of flattery as she did on the occasion of the first.
The eighth and largest group, which in its enormous numbers was to the others as ninety-nine
to one, consisted of men who desired neither peace nor war, neither an advance nor a defensive camp at the Drissa or anywhere else, neither Barclay nor the Emperor, neither Pfuel nor Bennigsen, but only the one most essential thing- as much advantage and pleasure for themselves as possible.
We stood on one of the hundred benches in the garden, under our umbrellas; the other ninety-nine
were occupied by standing men and women, and they also had umbrellas.