- Mr. pratt went into business out of season though he had good intuition of economic trends .
- Mckinley and his adviser, mark hanna, responded coldly when platt first presented his plan .
- The change from george robertson to sir george staunton, baffled even the penetration of ratcliffe .
- Reaching home, and after writing and mailing the letter to ratterer, clyde passed a troubled night .
- The attitude of others, including dillard and these girls, finally made his position here seem strange .
- Young men, who rather sought amusing than select society in their merry-meetings, used sometimes to request ratcliffe's company .
- When all in the distance was silent, ratcliffe for the first time addressed her, and it was in that cold, sarcastic, indifferent tone .
- Elected easily, roosevelt attacked corruption with vigor, championed social legislation, and was consequently soon at odds with platt .
- Peter weiss in his play "marat/sade" portrays a turbulent world as seen through the eyes of the inmates of the charenton asylum .
- Whatever might be her general estimation of the advantage of a public school, she could not think of edward's abode in mr. pratt's family with any satisfaction .