Sentence Examples with the word expected

Then, on Dec. 28, Monro received the expected sanction for evacuating that area also, and Birdwood promptly grappled with this fresh problem.

She had determined not to tell her and persuaded her father to hide the terrible news from her till after her confinement, which was expected within a few days.

I knew he was meant for greatness, but I expected him to serve me when I'd rid the kingdom of my father.

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The arrangement of the building and floor framings is in a great measure governed by the architectural effect sought and by the arrangement and proper planning of the interior according to the intended uses; the positions of columns, girders and floor beams are usually the result of particular requirements, and unless complicated and expensive framing is to be expected the distance between columns must be kept within the limits of simple girder construction.

In this period of destitution the cotton-growing resources of every part of the globe were tested to the utmost; and in the exhibition of 1862 the representatives of every country from which supplies might be expected met to concert measures for obtaining all that was wanted without the aid of America.

Ismail Pasha, feeling, no doubt, that Gordon's resignation would injure his prestige, wrote to him saying that he had promised to return, and that he expected him to keep his word.

From the layout, she expected it was A'Ran's conference room for meeting with his advisors.

Landolt's subsequent experiments showed, what was already noticed in the earlier ones, that these minute changes in weight are nearly always losses, the products weigh less than the components, while if they had been purely experimental errors, due to weighing, they might have been expected to be as frequently gains as losses.

That evening she expected several important personages who had to be made ashamed of their visits to the French theater and aroused to a patriotic temper.

Her whole body was burning up with something she never, ever expected to feel for a demon: need.