1 He expected that he would receive some message or remonstrance from Young as to his conduct, and he was not mistaken, though it came in an unlooked-for manner.
A Study In Scarlet By Arthur Conan DoyleGet Context In PART II: CHAPTER IV. A FLIGHT FOR LIFE
2 Every Sunday morning at ten o'clock the animals assembled in the big barn to receive their orders for the week.
3 One Sunday morning, when the animals assembled to receive their orders, Napoleon announced that he had decided upon a new policy.
4 A Mr. Whymper, a solicitor living in Willingdon, had agreed to act as intermediary between Animal Farm and the outside world, and would visit the farm every Monday morning to receive his instructions.
5 UTTERSON was sitting by his fireside one evening after dinner, when he was surprised to receive a visit from Poole.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde By Robert Louis StevensonGet Context In CHAPTER THE LAST NIGHT
6 Cedric rose to receive his guests with an air of dignified hospitality, and, descending from the dais, or elevated part of his hall, made three steps towards them, and then awaited their approach.
7 All stood up to receive her; and, replying to their courtesy by a mute gesture of salutation, she moved gracefully forward to assume her place at the board.
8 As he turned to receive Rebecca's answer, he observed, that during his chattering with Gurth, she had left the apartment unperceived.
9 After he had been summoned twice by sound of trumpet, and proclamation of the heralds, it became necessary to name another to receive the honours which had been assigned to him.
10 The name of Ivanhoe was no sooner pronounced than it flew from mouth to mouth, with all the celerity with which eagerness could convey and curiosity receive it.
11 This knight had left the field abruptly when the victory was achieved; and when he was called upon to receive the reward of his valour, he was nowhere to be found.
12 Front-de-Boeuf is dying too, so we shall receive no more aid from his bull's head and brutal strength.
13 As Rowena bent her steed towards Locksley's seat, that bold yeoman, with all his followers, rose to receive her, as if by a general instinct of courtesy.
14 If you receive such news as I trust to send you, our enterprise will no longer wear a doubtful aspect.
15 You have good sense, and a sweet temper, and I am sure you have a grateful heart, that could never receive kindness without wishing to return it.
Mansfield Park By Jane AustenGet Context In CHAPTER III