"At the service of my distinguish' confrère," said the squat Italian.
The zambo had a face as ferocious in its expression as that of his confrère.
Christopher de Thou, his friend and confrère in the love of books, had saved his reputation before the Parliament of Paris.
Straight to his confrère Carlis, and tell him that the game is up.
If he is blind, he does the same as his English confrère: he reads aloud from a Bible printed in raised characters.
He was right; they left the place in debt to his confrère and everybody else.
“Leave this matter entirely in my hands,” he advised his confrère.
The gentlemen who officiated on these occasions were evidently not Banerjees, but the very reverse of their Indian confrère.
I am sorry that only one of them seems to be in prison; I think his French confrère ought to be there also.
"It's barely possible that there is no divorce law in Japat," remarked Britt, keenly enjoying his confrère's misery.