Captain lovelock got up as well; Bernard heard him knock over his little gilded chair.
"I 'm much worse when I 'm away from you than when I 'm with you," said lovelock.
He knows he will have a lump of sugar, and Captain lovelock expects one as well.
"It 's no great matter—we have not got to eat them," growled Captain lovelock.
In the evening, at the Kursaal, he met Captain lovelock, who was wandering about with an air of explosive sadness.
You have a grain or two, Mr. Longueville; but Captain lovelock has n't a speck.
"I wish she would watch you a little less and scold you a little more," said Captain lovelock.
Captain lovelock is so modest, you know—in spite of all the success he had in America.
Captain lovelock is like my dear little blue terrier that I left at home.
Captain lovelock says he does n't care a fig—that he will go wherever I go.