Don't plead my case for me.
In any case, Alex might not be happy with her old-fashioned ideas.
In any case, she would never be a social fit.
Whatever the case, Natalie began suckling as soon as the nipple was in her mouth.
From now on, she would be sure she had her beach robe by the pool when she swam, just in case someone came by... especially Giddon.
In any case, Yancey didn't seem to be all that determined to avoid a relationship.
In which case, she needed to get her things and leave.
Each case I handle gives me that much more experience.
In any case, his close proximity was unsettling.
In which case, he'd sure picked the right girl to hound.
In any case, Bordeaux slipped a comforting arm around her shoulders.
In any case, Mom had known Dad since they were kids, but his desertion caught her by surprise.
Whatever the case, she always made sure his table was ready when he arrived.
It sounds like you've got a case on him.
In Cade's case, that was probably a blessing at times.
You've really got a case on him, haven't you?
You can take notes, just in case we forget something.
You should take notes in case we forget some detail.
He remained adverse to any case where he knew for sure that someone was killed.
A further problem occurred when a Michigan case against a pedophile was tossed out of court.
After the Wizard had wiped the dampness from his sword and taken it apart and put the pieces into their leathern case again, the man with the star ordered some of his people to carry the two halves of the Sorcerer to the public gardens.
"In that case," said the man, "it will be best for you to cross our Valley and mount the spiral staircase inside the Pyramid Mountain."
"In that case," she said, "I'll leave them alone.
"But why fight at all, in that case?" asked the girl.
To build a case for the end of poverty, we begin by discussing scarcity.
But this is not the case historically.
It gives everyone a chance to make her case and be heard.
In one case, the technology, writing, probably resulted in our memories getting worse, but we gained much more than we lost.
The point of this gold indicator bends over the edge of the case, round which are set eleven raised points--the stem forms the twelfth.
It should be said that any double-case watch with the crystal removed serves well enough for a blind person whose touch is sufficiently delicate to feel the position of the hands and not disturb or injure them.
I told her that the book wasn't afraid, and must sleep in its case, and that "girl" mustn't read in bed.
But in this case I don't think I made a mistake.
There came to me in this case a melody which the air had strained, and which had conversed with every leaf and needle of the wood, that portion of the sound which the elements had taken up and modulated and echoed from vale to vale.
The waste and decay of physical life, which so often needs repair, seemed miraculously retarded in such a case, and the vital vigor stood its ground.
When, as was commonly the case, I had none to commune with, I used to raise the echoes by striking with a paddle on the side of my boat, filling the surrounding woods with circling and dilating sound, stirring them up as the keeper of a menagerie his wild beasts, until I elicited a growl from every wooded vale and hillside.
The forest has never so good a setting, nor is so distinctly beautiful, as when seen from the middle of a small lake amid hills which rise from the water's edge; for the water in which it is reflected not only makes the best foreground in such a case, but, with its winding shore, the most natural and agreeable boundary to it.
"Hungarian"... or "Rhine wine" as the case might be.
The part of the room behind the columns, with a high silk-curtained mahogany bedstead on one side and on the other an immense case containing icons, was brightly illuminated with red light like a Russian church during evening service.
In that case the dragoons could successfully make a flank counterattack.
Only when a man was killed or wounded did he frown and turn away from the sight, shouting angrily at the men who, as is always the case, hesitated about lifting the injured or dead.