Call out those superficial minds when you spot them—Hardwick herself was fearless in that way.
"Oh, I remember well enough," said Hardwick knitting his brows.
"Oh, I'll see to that," Mr. Hardwick assured her with resolute confidence.
Mr. Allen went off on business, and Hardwick stuck to his books as if his life depended on it.
The porter led the way to Mr. Hardwick's room, and announced the visitor.
With all the money that is changing hands in the street, Hardwick won't wonder at your sudden raise or at my check.
Tell Mr. Hardwick that I shall be pleased to see him at any time.
And hard on the man's heels came Mr. Hardwick, a neighbour of my uncle's and a fellow J. P.
Corinne suspected by his lowered voice that Mr. Hardwick had walked into the lab.
Mary was placed in the charge of Shrewsbury and his termagant spouse, Bess of Hardwick.