He did take pains to point out, “not all Muslims are religious whacks who deserve a bullet.”
Kibbe did then take pains to point out that he was right and Lee was wrong.
You are an enigma—but I will take pains and not rest till I solve you.
He did take pains to ascertain that they were legally married, but that was all.
They should, therefore, take pains to seek every possible opportunity of cultivating poise.
Here, again, the only precaution is to take pains in selecting the site.
"I'll take pains not to go down ahead of you again, or to follow you up a ladder," grunted Darrin suspiciously.
He had that true genius, which is defined as "the ability to take pains."
Were any one to take pains to give him aid, and let down a rope; "How do you know, but he threw himself in hither on purpose?"
When we went to bed that night father did not take pains to lock the Indian in.