(i.) The 18th-century divine who divided religions into True and False grimly remarked that the second chapter was much the longer of the two.'
Grimly, he realized he wouldn't be catching a nap for some time.
Grimly, he realized he should've taken up Wynn's first offer to barter for the secret.
Grimly, she realized he may never have the chance, if Gabriel was ordered back for her.
Grimly, he returned grudgingly to his duties of entertaining his guests, feeling as if he needed to do something for his little Oracle.
1827), was the son of a labourer; he is the author of a grimly realistic story, His Life.
The castle where Wallace surprised the English garrison and threw their corpses into the dungeon, grimly styled "Wallace's Larder," was finally destroyed by Cromwell, who is said to have used part of its masonry for the construction of the fort at Ayr; but its ruins still exist.
Grimly he wondered if the king of Tiyan intended for him to die slowly in the hole without food and water, a fate worthy of Memon, the warrior-king of Landis.
Grimly, Gabriel realized he was still missing too much, even on the mortal world.
What it becomes in the mind of the Nibelung is grimly evident when Alberich uses his ring in Nibelheim.
At the outset Nicholas had grimly remarked that " Generals January and February " would prove his best allies.