1 If our young friend studied punctuation, it.
2 She studied faces in the street, and characters, good, bad, and indifferent, all about her.
3 The good lady next door says he is studying too hard and needs young society, amusement, and exercise.
4 I'll show you how, for I've studied you while we were frolicking, and I'm not at all satisfied with you.
5 He won't do it unless he is very much worried, and only threatens it sometimes, when he gets tired of studying.
6 I'm very stupid about studying anything, can't bear French, it's such a slippery, silly sort of language, was the brusque reply.
7 After this Amy subsided, till a mania for sketching from nature set her to haunting river, field, and wood, for picturesque studies, and sighing for ruins to copy.
8 After that we got on better, and now I read my lessons pretty well, for this way of studying suits me, and I can see that the grammar gets tucked into the tales and poetry as one gives pills in jelly.
9 At Vevay, Laurie was never idle, but always walking, riding, boating, or studying in the most energetic manner, while Amy admired everything he did and followed his example as far and as fast as she could.
10 Whatever his motive might have been, Laurie studied to some purpose that year, for he graduated with honor, and gave the Latin oration with the grace of a Phillips and the eloquence of a Demosthenes, so his friends said.
11 She was beginning to feel rather than see this, for much describing of other people's passions and feelings set her to studying and speculating about her own, a morbid amusement in which healthy young minds do not voluntarily indulge.
12 The others sat round the fire, talking away, utterly regardless of the lapse of time, till Meg, whose maternal mind was impressed with a firm conviction that Daisy had tumbled out of bed, and Demi set his nightgown afire studying the structure of matches, made a move to go.
13 Not only did he guess it by the fact that the second finger of her right hand was no longer inky, but she spent her evenings downstairs now, was met no more among newspaper offices, and studied with a dogged patience, which assured him that she was bent on occupying her mind with something useful, if not pleasant.