Once, in the fashion-page of a Sunday supplement, she had read that no lady ever put on her gloves after she left the door.
I have never failed to read the Literary Supplement of The Times .
The comic supplement might bring a pallid smile to my face, and then I would fall asleep.
Her nearest relations had been induced to place their savings in her father’s hands, and though, after his death, they ungrudgingly acquitted themselves of the Christian duty of returning good for evil by giving his daughter all the advice at their disposal, they could hardly be expected to supplement it by material aid.
It was not in human nature–perhaps I ought to say it was not in the nature of a man who was in my situation–to refrain from showing some curiosity, on being asked to supplement a letter of recommendation by such a postscript as this.
Grandma is holding to the comic supplement with a two-hours’ grip; and little Tottie, the baby, is rocking along the best she can with the real estatc transfers.
IN the stillness and the darkness, realization soon began to supplement knowledge.
It is printed on both sides, of course; but in such large type that its entire contents could be put, in HERALD type, upon a single page of the HERALD–and there would still be room enough on the page for the ZEITUNG’s “supplement” and some portion of the ZEITUNG’s next day’s contents.
‘Supplement to Polydore Vergil on the Invention of Antiquities;’ for I believe he never thought of inserting that of cards in his book, as I mean to do in mine, and it will be a matter of great importance, particularly when I can cite so grave and veracious an authority as Senor Durandarte.
I have thought it not superfluous to give the outlines of this important portion of history; both because it teaches more than one lesson, and because, as a supplement to the outlines of the Achaean constitution, it emphatically illustrates the tendency of federal bodies rather to anarchy among the members, than to tyranny in the head.
I am come to bring to each his supplement of pay, as agreed upon.” Their eyes sparkled.
They supplemented it with a dance which of course can never be seen at concerts given under church auspices.