I remember too, that Kendrew ground his teeth with pain under the grip that I had fastened upon his shoulder.
Mr. Vanborough pushed the bottles in silence to Mr. Kendrew.
Mr. Kendrew touched his host's arm, and suddenly interrupted him.
He cast one furtive glance at Mr. Kendrew, and turned away again.
Mr. Kendrew looked inquiringly at the youngest of the two girls.
Kendrew was one of those jolly, happy-go-lucky souls that people do take to on sight, and he had youth on his side.
The while Kendrew and Falkner would remain, and mount guard over the prisoners.
And it led on and on, utterly undiscernible to the Major or Falkner, hardly visible to Kendrew at times, but plain enough to me.
Mr. Kendrew started, and showed the first tokens of interest in the proceedings which had escaped him yet.
She looked at Mr. Kendrew, holding the door open for her; and resumed, with an effort, her former lightness of tone.
Kendrew Ken·drew (kěn'drōō'), John Cowdery. Born 1917.
British biologist. He shared the 1962 Nobel Prize for chemistry for determining the molecular structure of blood components.