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" When he gets very much interested, he is apt to walk up and down the room with his hands in his pockets and indulge in a monologue. "
What money can't do, by the author of 'Altogether wrong'. - Page 297
by What - 1866
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The Sorrows of Gentility

Geraldine Endsor Jewsbury - 1856
...which he had given his note of hand, which had already been renewed more than once. He was walking up and down the room, with his hands in his pockets, and looked very gloomy; but creditors, with so slender a chance of being paid, cannot be expected to have...
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Jessie's expiation, Volume 1

Oswald Boyle - 1867
...managed? Has Rendover come out handsomely at last?'* " Sufficiently for the purpose," he answered, walking up and down the room with his hands in his pockets, and with that slight swagger or at least careless oscillation of the figure which nearly all men put on...
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By no fault of their own, Volume 3

miss Telfer - 1873
...remembering something, he checked himself; and turning away with a hard-drawn breath, commenced to walk up and down the room, with his hands in his pockets, and a downcast troubled look on his face. Joan watched him furtively and anxiously, even a little wistfully...
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Cupid and Chow-chow, and other stories [a 3rd ser. of Aunt Jo's scrap-bag].

Louisa May Alcott - 1873
...with a sigh, and put on her gloves in silence. Prance, who was a waggish moss boy, marched solemnly up and down the room with his hands in his pockets, and an air of offended dignity, that made Marnie shake with laughter. ' Mrs. Prance, you gave us a very...
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Tom Singleton, Dragoon and Dramatist, Volume 1

William Webb Follett Synge - 1879
...tied into bundles,often making sundry annotations and erasures. When his work was completed he walked up and down the room with his hands in his pockets, and whistled. Each time he passed the table at which his sister was engaged he gave an impatient glance...
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An Outline of the Public Life and Services of Thomas F. Bayard: Senator of ...

Edward Spencer, Thomas Francis Bayard - Delaware - 1880 - 303 pages
...but one of the most fluent talkers you ever saw. When he gets very much interested, he is apt to walk up and down the room with his hands in his pockets and indulge in a monologue. His words flow like water from the mouth of a pitcher, and if taken down in...
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The Making of Italy

Patrick Keyes O'Clery - Italy - 1892 - 552 pages
...Benedetti represented France ; Cavour and Farini, Italy. While the treaty was being read, Cavour walked up and down the room with his hands in his pockets and his head bent down. He seemed thoughtful and preoccupied, and all his usual gaiety of manner had disappeared....
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Marion Darche: A Story Without Comment

Francis Marion Crawford - American fiction - 1893 - 309 pages
...my illusions. As for you — " " As for me, I loved you, as I understand love," said Darche walking up and down the room with his hands in his pockets. " And, what is more, as I understand love, I love you still." "Love cannot be a very serious matter with you,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 287

English periodicals - 1899
...disagreeable with patients and medical men who consulted him. When the latter did so, he would walk up and down the room with his hands in his pockets and whistle all the time, and end by telling the doctor to go home and read his (Abernethy's) book. On...
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London Souvenirs

Charles William Heckethorn - London (England) - 1899 - 354 pages
...disagreeable with patients and medical men who consulted him. When the latter did so, he would walk up and down the room with his hands in his pockets and whistle all the time, and end by telling the doctor to go home and read his (Abernethy's) book. On...
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