And then to Kittredge: "I suppose this is another one you haven't seen for six months."
The old Kittredge had sought only his own aggrandizement, and his son was his son.
Hauteville turned to his desk, and opening a leather portfolio, drew forth a paper and held it before Kittredge's eyes.
Perhaps it was the only Kittredge eye that they were not willing to meet.
It was a moment before she understood that it was of the Kittredge scion he spoke.
Kittredge "turned in" his copy and returned to his seat beside Howard.
They corrected Kittredge's grammar, though his State accounted him an orator.
Kittredge was the first to congratulate him when he reached the office.
The photographer saw you stealing toward Kittredge's room carrying a pair of boots.
I could not recognize him in that dress, but I knew it was Kittredge.