The nominees—Cornelia Pillard, David Frederick, and Patricia Ann Millett—are qualified, capable candidates for judicial service.
As soon as he reached the island, he sent a messenger to the town with news far different from what Cornelia expected.
It slid off now at sight of Cornelia Opp's serene, sweet face.
Cornelia's eyes were streaming with tears, and the passion in her heart was twisting her face with its anguish.
What the minister lacked, Cornelia had; Cornelia lacked nothing.
Cornelia could not restrain her tears when she heard that her young friend was in prison.
"No, I don't think he did that, Cornelia," said the mother with some misgiving.
Cornelia had been reading in the library when this conversation took place.
Cornelia turned round and took a good look at the janitress.
Oh, Cornelia, I never knew that one could live, and be so happy!