She has stood like a lamb,' said Mrs. Halfpenny reprovingly.
"The Two Sides of the Shield" by Charlotte M. Yonge
But Lieutenant-Colonel Hector St. Hilaire waved him down courteously, though rather reprovingly.
"The Scouts of Stonewall" by Joseph A. Altsheler
Said Mr. Arthur, Mr. Martin, I think the lady has very handsomely reproved you.
"Pamela, or Virtue Rewarded" by Samuel Richardson
He glanced at her reprovingly.
"When Valmond Came to Pontiac, Complete" by Gilbert Parker
Guida shook her head reprovingly.
"The Battle Of The Strong, Complete A Romance of Two Kingdoms" by Gilbert Parker
Hylda made no answer, but caught the strings of the 'cello lightly, and shook her head reprovingly, with a smile meant to be playful.
"The Weavers, Complete" by Gilbert Parker
Yet she reproved herself for her stupid concern, for Jean Jacques would have spoken last night, if he had discovered anything.
"The Money Master, Complete" by Gilbert Parker
Her dead mother stood before her last night, she says, and looked at her reprovingly, for she had killed Mogg Megone.
"Myths And Legends Of Our Own Land, Complete" by Charles M. Skinner
But I reproved the corporal, who respectfully disclaimed the charge, and said the kick was an incident of the scuffle.
"Army Life in a Black Regiment" by Thomas Wentworth Higginson
I did not hear the door open, but I heard mother's calm voice, gently reproving Jane for an unseemly giggle.
"The Yeoman Adventurer" by George W. Gough
If we reprove some hateful lie,
How is their fury stirred
"Are not our lips our own?" they cry;
"And who shall be our Lord?"
"Psalm 12" by Isaac Watts
Like pilgrims through the countries round
Securely they removed;
And haughty kings that on them frowned
Severely he reproved.
"PSALM 105 Abridged" by Isaac Watts
"Not for the want of bullocks slain
Will I the world reprove;
Altars, and rites, and forms are vain,
Without the fire of love.
"Psalm 50 part 3" by Isaac Watts
Such thoughts are vain, too vain —yet why
Should you such thoughts reprove —
O pity, pity me, for I
Am poor, and cannot love.
"Song - If I Could Love" by John Gardiner Calkins Brainard
But for all your faults I love you,
For you linger with us still,
Though the wintry winds reprove you
And the snow is on the hill.
"To A Sparrow" by Francis Ledwidge
Return at once, when I reprove,
Lest I thy candlestick remove;
And thou, too late, thy loss lament;
I warn before I strike, Repent.
"Ephesus" by John Newton
The main technical issue in this paper is to reprove Phase 1, namely, the existence of a 1-factor with small number of cycles.
Getting directed Hamilton cycle twice faster
In , Janson reproved the same result for both the undirected and directed versions, using the method of graph decomposition and pro jection.
Distribution of certain sparse spanning subgraphs in random graphs
That is, every section of E vanishes at some point (we will reprove this fact in Proposition 9.10 below).
Divisibility properties for C*-algebras
Without deﬁning these notions explicitly, we just mention that many of the results mentioned above which were proved using Theorem 2, were later reproved using graph limits, see e.g.
A Wowzer Type Lower Bound for the Strong Regularity Lemma
It was essentially shown in , and we will reprove it here, that radial SLEκ can be given as a limit of boundadry/boundary SLEκ in the annulus.
Defining SLE in multiply connected domains with the Brownian loop measure