Ah, those foolish days, those foolish days when we were unselfish and pure-minded
; those foolish days when our simple hearts were full of truth, and faith, and reverence!
Staveley curled his lip and said that you might have the most artistic tastes, but that you were a man whom no pure-minded
girl should be allowed to know, and whom no chaste woman should sit in the same room with.
And that thou mayest clearly see this, say, Anselmo, hast thou not told me that I must force my suit upon a modest woman, decoy one that is virtuous, make overtures to one that is pure-minded
, pay court to one that is prudent?
It was only the youth who was arguing with him, the youth with youth's pure-minded
and invincible reasoning.
Then, with a sudden sweep across the strings, he broke out into a song so gross and so foul that ere he had finished a verse the pure-minded
lad sprang to his feet with the blood tingling in his face.
Only someone other than pure-minded
, I thought, would refuse a tested citizen watchdog like Namfrel for a partner.
Many a pure-minded
farm lad has lost his religion trying to get to that one fitting that some diabolical engineer thoughtfully placed just 2 inches out of reach.
Fujita, whose real name was Makoto Harada, starred as samurai Nakamura Mondo in the ''Hissatsu'' (kill) TV period drama and also in contemporary TV detective drama ''Hagure Keiji Junjoha'' (rogue but pure-minded
individuals than me will probably get drunk and throw pickled eggs at each other while watching World's Strongest Man on Five (11.30am).
Sleek creatures in practice clothes, working with total absorption on their "instruments." It's like a reality TV show that's so good, so pure-minded
, you know it can never get on the air.
legiters have bemoaned what they perceive as the corporate commercialization of Broadway: The 1980s saw the heyday of British mega-tuners; then the '90s brought the Disney Theatrical era and the arrival of "The Lion King." More recently, there's been a deluge of cut-and-paste jukebox tuners and readily marketable screen-to-stage transfers.
Tongue planted firmly in cheek, Montgomery responds that "when one is pure-minded
one should endeavour to remain so and not risk their soul reading such dreadful books as ADAM BEDE in the original!!!" Here was a woman destined to be a miserable wife of a small-town Presbyterian minister.