Again I beheld Mr Clayton immersed in the doings of the place.
It has a right to privacy as to its own doings and its own affairs as much as if it were its own father.
It will be as if he rose from the dead to tell us what he thinks of our doings.
I'd lay my life this is, some way or other, Mr. Champfort's doings.
I knew nothing of their doings, and was not even consulted with regard to them.
I have heard speak of your Colonelship, and of your doings in the German wars.
And the signs of the doings of the forthcoming day more particularly so.
In a flash I was made aware of the reason that he was bearing the blame for all my doings.
I was known by, perhaps distant, sight, and Charlie was blamed for all my doings.
Was she truly blind to his doings, or was she merely blinding herself to them?