And Lacepede, the French naturalist, in his elaborate history of whales, in the very beginning of his work (page 3), sets down the Right Whale at one hundred metres, three hundred and twenty-eight
He was young-- perhaps from twenty-eight
to thirty--tall, slender; his face riveted the eye; it was like a Greek face, very pure in outline: quite a straight, classic nose; quite an Athenian mouth and chin.
Twenty-five, twenty-six, twenty- seven, twenty-eight
, and the next uneven number -- the fatal Seven -- glided into view.
The Conqueror bestowed it on William de Warren, with all its privileges and jurisdiction, which are said to have extended over twenty-eight
He was then past his prime, being twenty-eight
years and three quarters old, of which he had reigned about seven in great felicity, and generally victorious.
I was once consulted by a man troubled with asthma, who presented me with two alquieres--that is, about twenty-eight
pounds weight--of corn and a sheep.
Rebeccah Puddle-duck, was perfectly willing to leave the hatching to some one else --"I have not the patience to sit on a nest for twenty-eight
days; and no more have you, Jemima.
The third Bell, the only one of this remarkable family who concerns us at this time, was a young man, barely twenty-eight
, at the time when his ear caught the first cry of the telephone.
With all these concessions, two hundred and seventy-nine persons only will be the depository of the safety, interest, and happiness of eight millions that is to say, there will be one representative only to maintain the rights and explain the situation of TWENTY-EIGHT
THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED AND SEVENTY constitutents, in an assembly exposed to the whole force of executive influence, and extending its authority to every object of legislation within a nation whose affairs are in the highest degree diversified and complicated.
Fogg had, it is true, exhausted fifty-two of the eighty days in which he was to complete the tour, and there were only twenty-eight
I asked in some agitation, with a show of being offended; "if you count me it will not be twenty-one, but twenty-eight
Well," said the latter, "a young woman of about twenty-six or twenty-eight
years of age, and a man of from thirty-five to forty, have indeed lodged at the two houses pointed out by your Eminence; but the woman left last night, and the man this morning.