When he put it down he said to vane, 'I hope you may be happy.
The stout lady, who was Mrs. vane Bridgeman, started and smiled.
Mrs.Nairn left him, but she afterwards once or twice glanced thoughtfully at vane and Evelyn, who had once more drawn together.
My heart does not veer like a vane for every breath of praise or passion.
vane, in the course of the evening, would bring me the money for me to distribute after the performance.
No, vane, indeed I won't, nor anyone else for ever and ever if you'll only forgive me this time.
Well, said vane, Ill go up and look round the mine and then well have another talk about the matter.
vane Maxwell was in very good humour that night with himself and all the world.
The entire height of the cross, from the lowest base to the top of the vane, is thirty-eight feet.
I suppose after what you've said it's no use asking you to have a nightcap, vane?
Vane (vān), John Robert. Born 1927.
British pharmacologist. He shared a 1982 Nobel Prize for research on prostaglandins.