Are you down here taking inventory or doing a lot of thinking?
"Let me show you to your rooms," Felipa said, taking Carmen by the arm.
Jonathan said you were taking him to some kind of horse race tomorrow.
He moved closer, taking the pillow from her hand.
It was getting late and the air was taking on a chill.
Without taking his eyes from it, he finally spoke.
Now he was offering her a job taking care of his family?
Oh sure, and if I started taking my clothes off, you'd tell me to stop, right?
Had they been taking him for granted?
We're short handed so you wind up taking care of your own team and wagon.
The Hertz's had not been blessed with children and were adamant that they would love taking care of the twins.
She was taking liberties he had been gentleman enough to resist.
Taking you to see your father.
You'd be happier taking care of a rambling old house in the middle of nowhere?
When I was taking care of Dad there wasn't time to take classes and he died owing a lot of money, so I had to sell the house.
Of course, it would be more profitable for the ranch if I culled those animals by taking them to the slaughter house.
Over the next couple of weeks, Cynthia made a few visits to town, once taking in a movie before she returned.
"We didn't show you the upstairs because Howie is taking a nap in our bedroom," he continued.
I just stood there for a moment or two, taking it all in.
I'm on the road with West Virginia behind me, taking a brief rest from my hobby.
We spent the next hour quizzing Howie to try and determine the location he "visited" with Martha taking copious notes while the questions flew.
"This," said the man, taking up a box and handling it gently, "contains twelve dozen rustles--enough to last any lady a year.
"You have made me very, very happy, my dear!" he exclaimed; and then he insisted on the Wizard taking the box of flutters and the little girl accepting the box of rustles.
Then, taking out his purse, he offered the Dean a shilling.
He does me a favor by allowing you to ride on the animal, and I do him a favor by taking care of it.
All the men seemed amused when they saw the boy, and as they rode up, they greeted the king by taking off their hats.
Remember the notion that the Internet wouldn't turn out to be only for one purpose—that while my car is clearly for taking me places, the Internet won't be for doing one single task, but many?
By taking a block of marble and carving a statue, or taking a handful of seed and growing a cornfield, you have combined your labor and know-how with something of little value and have created something of more value.
A third radical method of redistribution is called land reform, which is actually a polite term for taking land from one person and giving it to another.
After all, that's the government taking more than half of what you make.
My eyes fill with tears now as I think how my mother pressed me close to her, speechless and trembling with delight, taking in every syllable that I spoke, while little Mildred seized my free hand and kissed it and danced, and my father expressed his pride and affection in a big silence.
The tongue is so serviceable a member (taking all sorts of shapes, just as is wanted),--the teeth, the lips, the roof of the mouth, all ready to help, and so heap up the sound of the voice into the solid bits which we call consonants, and make room for the curiously shaped breathings which we call vowels!
This was the surprise--I was to have the pleasure of taking my dear teacher to see Niagara Falls!...
The "sociable" is safer, perhaps, than the tandem; but it is very heavy and awkward, and has a way of taking up the greater part of the road.
All change is a miracle to contemplate; but it is a miracle which is taking place every instant.
There is a plenty of such chairs as I like best in the village garrets to be had for taking them away.
However intense my experience, I am conscious of the presence and criticism of a part of me, which, as it were, is not a part of me, but spectator, sharing no experience, but taking note of it, and that is no more I than it is you.
Children come a-berrying, railroad men taking a Sunday morning walk in clean shirts, fishermen and hunters, poets and philosophers; in short, all honest pilgrims, who came out to the woods for freedom's sake, and really left the village behind, I was ready to greet with--"Welcome, Englishmen! welcome, Englishmen!" for I had had communication with that race.
"Listen, dear Annette," said the prince, suddenly taking Anna Pavlovna's hand and for some reason drawing it downwards.
"Go in, Annette, or you will catch cold," said the little princess, taking leave of Anna Pavlovna.
The princess, picking up her dress, was taking her seat in the dark carriage, her husband was adjusting his saber; Prince Hippolyte, under pretense of helping, was in everyone's way.
"I still can't understand what you are afraid of," said Prince Andrew slowly, not taking his eyes off his wife.