1 In my manner of doing it there was, I now see, something of cruelty.
2 I found him, to my astonishment, quite composed and most genial in his manner.
3 In the moonlight opposite me were three young women, ladies by their dress and manner.
4 The attendant was struck by his manner, and knowing my interest in him, encouraged him to talk.
5 The gentleman who saw me was particularly suave in manner, but uncommunicative in equal proportion.
6 The poor wretch was doubtless torturing himself, after the manner of the insane, with needless thoughts of pain.
7 The others were dazed at first, but as remembrance came back to them they cried and sobbed in a hysterical manner.
8 My fears, however, were groundless, for he held up his two hands imploringly, and made his petition in a moving manner.
9 All her old gaiety of manner seemed to have come back, and she came and snuggled in beside me and told me all about Arthur.
10 We found him in a state of considerable excitement, but far more rational in his speech and manner than I had ever seen him.
11 The systematic manner in which this was done made me think that he could not mean to confine himself to two sides of London.
12 To be sure, there were certain small evidences, such as that my clothes were folded and laid by in a manner which was not my habit.
13 I did not wish to seem too eager, or to let my informant know or guess too much, so, thanking him in the usual manner, I strolled away.
14 Then he said that he had spoken in a light manner, and he hoped that if he had made a mistake in doing so on so grave, so momentous, an occasion for him, I would forgive him.
15 I glanced at Van Helsing, and saw my conviction reflected in his eyes; so I became a little more fixed in my manner, if not more stern, and motioned to him that his efforts were unavailing.
16 They fled before him so fast that before he had shaken the life out of a score, the other dogs, who had by now been lifted in the same manner, had but small prey ere the whole mass had vanished.
17 The opportunities of acquiring an abnormal thirst had been here limited; a noble use of them had, however, been made, and again I was compelled to deal with the result in an ex post facto manner.
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