Giraud would not let me finish the brandy in his flask, but kept some for an emergency.
"And you ask me to believe that," laughed Giraud, scornfully.
Giraud was sorely embarrassed; he realized what a fool he had made of himself, and he confounded himself in apologies.
In a moment Giraud was by my side, and clapped a handful of snow on my cheek.
"Here," he said, when the door was closed—and he handed Giraud the key of his own study.
But Giraud returned with his two lamps resplendent with light.
A fortnight elapsed, during which Giraud was my faithful attendant.
Havent you told Giraud to ask me to sing, that he doesnt mention it?
Bijou was looking round to see what had become of Giraud, who had suddenly become so silent.
It was two oclock, and I thought that Giraud would be in his office.