But it was to tell of other matters that I reopen
this book and once more take up my pen--matters so near to my heart that I shrink from writing of them, and am half afraid that the attempt may prove too hard for me after all, and my book end on a broken cry of pain.
"When I had somewhat recovered from the dazing effect of the transition from uproar to silence, my first impulse was to reopen
the door which I had closed, and from the knob of which I was not conscious of having removed my hand; I felt it distinctly, still in the clasp of my fingers.
It is thus that a wounded man trembles instinctively at the approach of the finger to his wound until it be healed, but Villefort's was one of those that never close, or if they do, only close to reopen
more agonizing than ever.
"He hears nothing more remarkable than that a person visiting him, who is interested in the case, refuses to accept the verdict at the Macallan Trial as a final verdict, and proposes to reopen
Your Honour, I move that the judgment of the Court be set aside and the case reopened
His health was better in the winter, but last spring his wound reopened
and the doctor said he ought to go away for a cure.
For months afterwards, I every day settled the question finally in the negative, and reopened
and reargued it next morning.
Without doubt, while looking towards the heavens, resuming his marvelous dream, he repassed by the same road by which the vision, at once so terrible and sweet, had led him before; for after having gently closed his eyes, he reopened
them and began to smile: he had just seen Raoul, who had smiled upon him.
Alexey Alexandrovitch smiled coldly, with his lips alone, meaning to signify to her and himself the firmness of his conviction; but this warm defense, though it could not shake him, reopened
She watched Nutty with a cold and uninterested eye as he opened his mouth feebly, shut it again and reopened
it; and then when it became apparent that these manoeuvres were about to result in speech, she left him and walked quickly down the drive again.
"We can't possibly stay here," I said; and as I spoke the firing reopened
for a moment upon the common.
A burst of laughter resounded from the other side of the ill- closed door, and the door reopened