Venerable men of his own persuasion had come to pray beside him, but he had driven them away with curses.
"Cause it isn’t on the rec-ord, is it?’ said Charley, chafed into perfect defiance of his venerable friend by the current of his regrets; "cause it can’t come out in the ’dictment; ’em nobody will never know half of what he was.
With an exclamation of surprise, Fagin hastened to the girl’s assistance, while Mr. John Dawkins (otherwise the Artful Dodger), who had followed his venerable friend into the room, hastily deposited on the floor a bundle with which he was laden; and snatching a bottle from the grasp of Master Charles Bates who came close at his heels, uncorked it in a twinkling with his teeth, and poured a portion of its contents down the patient’s throat: previously taking a taste, himself, to preventů
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They looked to the venerable old woman for advice.
Many were surprised that a venerable institution like Bear Stearns could so rapidly go out of business.