The Chancellor did not attend, he had a separate interview with Haldane.
“The good Lord would look to the child,” said Haldane unexpectedly.
"You deserve to be," said Haldane, with a mock severity which veiled a certain pride.
Haldane had been laying fresh sticks on the embers while she spoke.
From time to time a brainy civilian walks in, like Cardwell or Haldane, and saves it from becoming patently ridiculous.
We want to go all we can just now, to overhaul that ship Haldane saw.
"Something more than the season has hit him," commented Haldane, as we proceeded.
Master Haldane seed it, and I seed it, and poor Jackson seed it.
So I intended myself; but this business about poor Haldane put everything else out of my head.'
"I bet he's working on the chapter of a novel—he's not sick," laughed Haldane.
Haldane Hal·dane (hôl'dān', -dən)
Family of Scottish intellectuals and scientists, including John Scott Haldane (1860-1936), a physiologist noted for his studies of the exchange of gases during respiration; and his son John Burdon Sanderson Haldane (1892-1964), a geneticist.