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This ridiculously unsuitable name struck one as an impertinence towards the memory of the most charming of goddesses; for, apart from the fact that the old craft was physically incapable of engaging in any sort of chase, there was a gang of four children belonging to her. They peeped over the rail at passing boats and occasionally dropped various objects into them.

He regarded them as an impertinence. Whatever differences should arise must be settled between his men and himself with no outside interference. This was a position from which nothing would move him.... It will be seen he was separated by vast spaces from socialism.

"Such impertinence!" said Doris, as she stepped down the bank to her companion. "It was rather," said Hugh. She looked at him somewhat sharply. "I don't see that there is anything to laugh at," she said. "Don't you?" said Hugh. "No. Why are you laughing?" Hugh explained. "It only struck me as being a little funny that you should order the man off his own ground in that cavalier fashion." "Hugh!"

He growled out remarks uncomplimentary to Barnes. His eyes, as he looked towards his kinsman, flashed out challenges, of which we who were watching him could see the warlike purport. Warrington looked at Bayham and Pendennis with glances of apprehension. We saw that danger was brooding, unless the one young man could be restrained from his impertinence, and the other from his wine.

There was the vaguest something in her smiling gaze, the merest flicker of an eyelash, which convicted him of impertinence. "Forgive me. I I beg your pardon," he stammered. She ignored his apologies. "Some day I will tell you," she whispered, going through a pantomime of looking about her cautiously as if it were a state secret of the most tremendous importance.

Rise unless you think your gallantries will atone for your wife's impertinence. Impertinence! To you? JULIA. To break up! To push away her chair! To turn her back upon the table that table, Count, where I was sitting FIESCO. 'Tis inexcusable. JULIA. And is that all? Out upon the jade! Am I, then, to blame because the Count makes use of his eyes?

Does a strong man value the praise of the weak? Does any man of wisdom and power care for the applause of his inferiors? We make God into a puny man, a man full of vanity and "love of approbation," when we confer on Him the impertinence of our prayers and our adoration.

"Perhaps you'd better interview your friends," she retorted, "if you are so very fastidious. I " She drew her brows together, as if she was in doubt as to the proper method of dealing with this impertinence. She suspected that he was teasing her purposely, but still "Oh, I can eat 'most any old thing," he assured her, with calm effrontery.

Puffington's situation, as the elegant phraseology of servitude goes, he considered that Mr. Puffington had nothing more to do with the hounds, and that any interference in 'his department' was a piece of impertinence. Puffington felt like a man who has bought a good horse, but which he finds on riding is rather more of a horse than he likes.

"My beauty you had early withstood, and as for my manners my behaviour to you was at least always bordering on the uncivil, and I never spoke to you without rather wishing to give you pain than not. Now be sincere; did you admire me for my impertinence?" "For the liveliness of your mind, I did." "You may as well call it impertinence at once. It was very little less.