Eight Thousand, Three Hundred and Thirty-Four Six-Word Stories


for NaNoGenMo 2015

source code at https://github.com/hugovk/NaNoGenMo-2015/tree/gh-pages/8334

Story 1

Welcome, brave captain and victorious lord!

Story 2

Dudley Sowerby and Captain Dartrey Fenellan.

Story 3

It was the Parrot, you know.

Story 4

She even have lost her appetite.

Story 5

Second Division,, Brigadier-General M. L.

Story 6

At this Will Scarlet laughed again.

Story 7

Beauty Smith replied with a grunt.

Story 8

His forehead, like a false cup.

Story 9

“You were trying to guess that?”

Story 10

’We have the people behind us.

Story 11

Rather bluff to-night it be.

Story 12

Athos smiled, but did not reply.

Story 13

never more come in my sight.

Story 14

She was afraid, and cried out.

Story 15

“I reckoned on you, John Heywood.”

Story 16

“But – if the plot had succeeded?”

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And O how sweet thou wert!

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Still weeping, but not sadly - joyfully!

Story 19

["No evil is without its compensation.

Story 20

The gentlemen nodded, and he retired.

Story 21

Porthos such a stay-at-home!

Story 22

…the eastern star looks white, etc.

Story 23

.I hear the slap of saddles.

Story 24

This agitator, law-breaker, firebrand, anarchist!

Story 25

I suppose they were your witnesses.

Story 26

Mrs. Grose tried to see it.

Story 27

Her hands clutched the table edge.

Story 28

Twelfe Night, Or what you will.

Story 29

It has vanished, has it not?

Story 30

The Seventeenth Century Minor Lyric Poets.

Story 31

What are we to do now?

Story 32

Well, have you found your brother?

Story 33

I am powerless to help this.

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exclaimed a general burst of voices.

Story 35

His bow drops from his hand.

Story 36

Trust no one here but me.

Story 37

how am I then so sick?

Story 38

Then, Antony,–but now–Well, on.

Story 39

Come now; just observe and reflect.

Story 40

“And what has became of him?”

Story 41

It would be an unfitting marriage.

Story 42

I can endure this no longer.

Story 43

Evermore thou art heard wailing bitterly.

Story 44

Have you been at the concert?

Story 45

In philosophy he was a nominalist.

Story 46

[Enter OCTAVIUS CAESAR, LEPIDUS, and Attendants.

Story 47

“And who the devil is he?”

Story 48

Well, you can understand it now.

Story 49

I looked, shaking my head incredulously.

Story 50

This, however, was now past hope.

Story 51

My God, how light it is!

Story 52

How did you leave the count?

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ROSALIND, Daughter to the banished Duke.

Story 54

Lebedeff assumed an air of dignity.

Story 55

Address to Mr. Barrymore, Baskerville Hall.

Story 56

“That is, he says she did.”

Story 57

The Scout-Master shook him again.

Story 58

To go to King Edward VII.

Story 59

Said you, those dreams, my prince!

Story 60

The background was somber–almost black.

Story 61

Now our spirits begin to revive.

Story 62

Yes, from every point of view.

Story 63

George Uplift is going to-day.

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These, he solemnly explained, were angels.

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Kutuzov reported so to the Emperor.

Story 66

We even hear of commercial companies.

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Doth she hold her own well?

Story 68

Proportions, difference of, in distinct races.

Story 69

On the tiger no responsibility rests.

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If I meet the Widow Quin .

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Safer for both we go apart.

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`Get out of here, you dog!

Story 73

She kissed me on the forehead.

Story 74

Can it be used against me?

Story 75

The tiger exists in Afghan Turkestan.

Story 76

He spoke differently; he looked differently.

Story 77

Have ye warranty for that assertion?

Story 78

So much the worse for you!

Story 79

On God, whom Faustus hath abjured!

Story 80

And now she has adopted twins.

Story 81

Distressful beauty melts each stander-by.

Story 82

“Are you sure of that, Porthos?”

Story 83

I have brought him a present.

Story 84

“Do you wish for a proof?”

Story 85

With leave, we will make haste.

Story 86

what fresh outrage have we here?

Story 87

Experience, more valuable than books, xiv.

Story 88

I am glad they are up.

Story 89

I used always to be tired.

Story 90

Well, that was one big silly.

Story 91

Then we shall smart for this!

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I want to know his name.

Story 93

Thieves, The Merchant and the, ix.

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The whole house would hear them.

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cried Fagin, holding up is hands.

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These works have suffered sad disfigurement.

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“Nothing at all, nothing at all.”

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Blanche: Here – a word with you.

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The priests were numerous and powerful.

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I am a very villain else.

Story 102

You intend to introduce the prince?

Story 103

She was very pretty: exceedingly pretty.

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Thus he learnt, that while Mr.

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Got killed; up against it; wounded.

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But it is as we please.

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To enter or not to enter.

Story 108

At the gallows foot they halted.

Story 109

We Russians are always like that.

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’As much as to life itself.

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asked Aramis, in the same language.

Story 112

Conuay: the wise it call: Steale?

Story 113

I lived here, I tell you.

Story 114

“Well, because it is provokingly wrong.”

Story 115

But will he send his andirons?

Story 116

“Why weepest thou, my afflicted sister?”

Story 117

She exclaimed that she was lost.

Story 118

he went on, addressing the man.

Story 119

“What an undutiful boy you are!”

Story 120

And, proud sufferer, who art thou?

Story 121

Mammals: small number of unsociable species.

Story 122

The king received this praise coldly.

Story 123

Who keepeth the Seal but thou?

Story 124

“How did you come by that?”

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requires less mention than Philip III.

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She multiplied hospitals, orphanages, and asylums.

Story 127

This takes us down to ss.

Story 128

You say that he is betrayed.

Story 129

You will see, you will see.

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I have reduced the Suffolk dialect.

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He was here a minute ago.

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She had even contrived to smile.

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He invited me to drink wine.

Story 134

I brought it over for you.

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And I can shew thee thine.

Story 136

Well, we were borne to die.

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asked Button-Bright, with earnest eyes.

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“But what is it you wish?”

Story 140

What a calamity is this man!

Story 141

Worthing is a place in Sussex.

Story 142

Who changeth may he never be!

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Rise, Robin Fitzooth, Earl of Huntingdon!

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Marke, and performe it: seest thou?

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O, sir, you are very pleasurable.

Story 146

How do you all at Verona?

Story 147

Who would you speak with, sir?

Story 148

“Is Sir Howard Horne your cousin?”

Story 149

Ye say, ye believe in Zarathustra?

Story 150

Industry and commerce became more free.

Story 151

Four times five; will that do?

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Galien Restored, a taker of moldwarps.

Story 154

“Mary, you are always so violent.”

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cried she with a sweet smile.

Story 156

Lycurgus was the lawgiver of Sparta.

Story 157

I forsook the classics for science.

Story 158

This may happen upon two occasions.

Story 159

This was often asked by Harding.

Story 160

They are from a blow-pipe.

Story 161

Zossimov is a first-rate fellow!

Story 162

Yes, doctor; he must marry money.

Story 163

Beauty is too rare upon it.

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Mrs. Grancey exclaimed on the stairs.

Story 165

And no more words were needed.

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pleaded Dora, coming to my side.

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All Paris would laugh at us.

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When is she coming again, Tom?

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Story 170

“But to-day we are here.”

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* Verily with the difficulty cometh ease!

Story 172

All thanks, all honor to Iowa!

Story 173

Gugu looked around the great circle.

Story 174

“Did you ever know him ill?”

Story 175

Who has done this, Sir Andrew?

Story 176

It was crawling along the pavement.

Story 177

Unity of Wales: alliance with Marshalls.

Story 178

I will tell you a secret!

Story 179

Malluch took a moment for reflection.

Story 180

What will Monsieur de Treville say?

Story 181

And there was very great gladness.

Story 182

Or art thou mazed with dreams?

Story 183

“Shall I come out with you?”

Story 184

“By all means, by all means.”

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He is dead, he is dead!

Story 186

“Oh, yes, yes; lost beyond redemption!”

Story 187

Would any man have thought this?

Story 188

Robin begins to writhe in agony.

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That she was false to Wedlocke?

Story 190

Fantine fell back on her pillow.

Story 191

The place was like a sepulchre.

Story 192

Yes; they are open to conviction.

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He glanced round, and half smiled.

Story 194

What seat is that, my lord?

Story 195

And the pump handle hung motionless.

Story 196

Jane, this will be worth watching.

Story 197

You got right in my way.

Story 198

It was a dark, showery day.

Story 199

Exeunt Prince, Yorke, Hastings, and Dorset.

Story 200

Personally he was a clean man.

Story 201

There was a fairly long silence.

Story 202

Where did you break your glasses?

Story 203

Cellini always writes it as above.

Story 204

A movement of impatience escaped him.

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But, yes–I agree, I agree!

Story 206

There was no difficulty about this.

Story 207

We keep our watch in vain.

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CLER: Speak to him of her.

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Nonkreem village, with boulders of denudation.

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You are company to us both.

Story 211

Enter ANTONY, marching; SCARUS and Forces.

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unhurriedly, deliberately, without undue haste; anytime.

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Take ye heed, watch and pray.

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My ears must have deceived me.

Story 215

How long hath she been deformed?

Story 216

’Do you know Mr. Seymour Austin?

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It cannot hold, it will not.

Story 218

Already everything around him was red.

Story 219

Oh, but you must not, Jude!

Story 220

It managed finances and public works.

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And they call it the MUMPS?

Story 222

I felt myself a prince again.

Story 223

Cat and the Mouse, The, ix.

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Was any word necessary for thee?

Story 225

Kai-Koumou is trying to speak.

Story 226

For the present, Ostend was safe.

Story 227

’The law is a clumsy bludgeon.

Story 228

Not me, Governor, thank you kindly.

Story 229

Winds Southerly and fair, pleasant weather.

Story 230

’I am coming, my dear Jane.

Story 231

God is the Rich, the Praiseworthy.

Story 232

What raptures are in that name!

Story 233

Never would he like her now.

Story 234

Is father very unforgiving to women?

Story 235

The sapling remained bent above him.

Story 236

see what I have been doing.

Story 237

None could live in that fire.

Story 238

Pheasant, Kalij, drumming of the male.

Story 239

They were all in lamentable cases!

Story 240

I know you so well, Clotilde!

Story 241

The last-named did not arrive.

Story 242

Algy, you may turn round now.

Story 243

It was merely a trifle abridged.

Story 244

What need have we of him?

Story 245

She began by felling my horse.

Story 246

’Not often: we lose our tempers.

Story 247

But will the imitator have either?

Story 248

What is to become of them?

Story 249

Thus it has been with me.

Story 250

The fellows had seen him running.

Story 251

“That is all he thinks of!”

Story 252

’What is the worst of success?

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OLD M. How know you that?

Story 254

Crow, The Cat and the, iii.

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`To be able to see Nobody!

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“These are very proud words, Henry!”

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What he could do he did.

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It was clear that it did.

Story 260

News, my good lord, from Rome.

Story 261

Chopper said he believed he was.

Story 262

How are they brought to desolation?

Story 263

Palmet mimicked the manner of Cougham.

Story 264

So it appears, methinks: but on.

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I was soon sorry for it.

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Civil government has now been introduced.

Story 267

From blood, and from things strangled.

Story 268

It had just come into sight.

Story 269

`You woke me out of oh!

Story 270

She is not worth thee then.

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what is the sanction of society?

Story 272

Long hours the baronet sat alone.

Story 273

“And became the mother of Alice?”

Story 274

The old housekeeper wipes her eyes.

Story 275

Miss Manette, look upon the prisoner.

Story 276

But may my sin be forgiven?

Story 277

She wrote me about a place.

Story 278

Swans of this kind are rare.

Story 279

how sweet the life I lead!

Story 280

Is, in his retirement, marvellous distempered.

Story 281

She went out, with dirty caps.

Story 282

Or are you going to enlist?

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Might I have a buttonhole first?

Story 284

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Those Hollanders drank no ardent spirits.

Story 286

What special thing did you mean?

Story 287

Silence THEREON, thou sighing sorrow-sack!

Story 288

It is rather the other way.

Story 289

What news, what news, good woman?

Story 290

Richard would certainly have swallowed Mme.

Story 291

he said as she sat down.

Story 292

Why do ye spare the guilty?

Story 293

Not if she gave up marrying?

Story 294

`Come, that finished the guinea-pigs!

Story 295

But, our Nation has serious problems.

Story 296

Otherwise we should be base verily.

Story 297

I was so blind at first!

Story 298

I do not buy and sell.

Story 299

She and her father came together.

Story 300

Hippolyte braced himself up a little.

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The pillared Moorish hall, shadows entwined.

Story 302

Proxies ought to have been abolished.

Story 303

The Irish cower under the lash!

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Cyrano, Christian, Roxane, the friar, Ragueneau.

Story 305

Miss Snevellicci lives here, I believe?

Story 306

Who looketh lightly now but Palamon?

Story 307

Sister Simplice remained alone with them.

Story 308

Say sooth, thou fair sheet lightning!

Story 309

A woman of cultivation and genius!

Story 310

“And what is his especial talent?”

Story 311

So I signed it, and left.

Story 312

The Allabys behaved with great judgement.

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’For the rest of it, honey!

Story 314

I once more take my leaue.

Story 315

Thy humour is the more dangerous.

Story 316

said I; have I robbed you?

Story 317

He said some other things also.

Story 318

Ladislaw seems clever enough for anything.

Story 319

Where did your instructions come from?

Story 320

Not so, however, rumors and speculations.

Story 321

“Presumable this is how it is.”

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said the long-legged young man.

Story 323

’You reserve it for your enemies.

Story 324

A game of skill now began.

Story 325

Drives and walks-the Duke attentive.

Story 326

“The fellow refused to supply me.”

Story 327

[Re-enter CLOWN, with a letter.

Story 328

We must help their wandering memories.

Story 329

Are you willing to work, sir?

Story 330

“He likes his friends about him.”

Story 331

But that is now far away.

Story 332

It was indeed a sorry sight.

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Once an editor, always an editor.

Story 334

Look here, what does this mean?

Story 335

Helen, a lady attending on Imogen.

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white and handsome–well brought up.

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how disdainful he appeared to me!

Story 338

Ay, ay, young man, come now!

Story 339

The interest was five per cent.

Story 340

Benri is, for an Aino, intelligent.

Story 341

They seemed such children to her.

Story 342

So, so, so, then:–softly, softly!

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Be so good as to listen.

Story 344

Here also we have Charles IX.

Story 345

The worst of omens is delay.

Story 346

From one extreme to the other.

Story 347

Wanta spill my suds for me?

Story 348

It was like youth coming back.

Story 349

Vittoria disengaged herself from the countess.

Story 350

I saw him put it there.

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has sorrow made thee dote already?

Story 352

She thought of having her come.

Story 353

I kept studiously to the open.

Story 354

`That climb seemed interminable to me.

Story 355

Her voice became sterner and sterner.

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And so it is with us.

Story 357

Oh, Ahab, Ahab, lo, thy work.

Story 358

“I am come for that purpose.”

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And only one hour had passed.

Story 360

Again she was some time silent.

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She left without saying another word.

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’Wait till they do say it.

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and I sat at my window.

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Experience makes one wise at least.

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The second year of Joram, etc.

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Diana offered to teach me German.

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So white, and such a traitor!

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To leave the house, leave Fanny!

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And now tell us the news.

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Have you been drinking with him?

Story 371

How can the Heart forget her?

Story 372

The bath was a great comfort.

Story 373

What do you think that was?

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He slipped silently along to it.

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This is not a new proposition.

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And I said, No, my lord.

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They wandered on again in silence.

Story 378

Certainly not: the money is settled.

Story 379

“And what crime has he committed?”

Story 380

I believe that is the name.

Story 381

A moment later he was free.

Story 382

“I must leave Adele and Thornfield.”

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I think I do a little.

Story 384

Amy did it to please you.

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It enters into Europe travel-books.

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Will you sell me a fish?

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without exacting gifts from the bridegroom.

Story 388

To sound what stop she please.

Story 389

’But it is ay, my dear.

Story 390

My going moves you not, meseems.

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you know the terraces of Bergamo.

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If truth, do what is proper.

Story 393

Didst thou not hear their shouts?

Story 394

…the eastern star looks white, etc.

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In these observations Green was indefatigable.

Story 396

What are you afraid of, stupid?

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Gwelais lawer pennill ac englyn tarawiadol.

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Bathing was popular among the wealthy.

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’Well, my love; ha-hum-he!

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Mais Zidore ne se pressait pas.

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The other day I became confused.

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“What do you propose now, Mr.”

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Both still gazed at one another.

Story 404

“You are right, my dear Spilett.”

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Était-ce une trahison de Musdoemon?

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“The fresh air revives me, Fairfax.”

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I must go back a bit.

Story 408

This was too good a joke.

Story 409

We went through the reception-rooms.

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Why look you so pale, brother?

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Could this, too, be a wig?

Story 412

Van Diemen had joined the hunt.

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My colleague, Mr. Lestrade, is here.

Story 414

Order the bells to be rung!

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I can no longer pray, father.

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[Alarms: and they scale the walls.

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The Jews shall return from captivity.

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Let us hope so, Pastor Manders.

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Wilt thou have me beat thee?

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asked Mrs. Linton, appealing to me.

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Yes, it was nice, very nice.

Story 422

Were we free of the iceberg?

Story 423

Had she quitted me in anger?

Story 424

If I might take him this .

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What would he have borrowed you?

Story 426

The change is a serious one.

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There must be a door somewhere.

Story 428

But it was not finally interesting.

Story 429

Is that too much, papa, darling?

Story 430

He had no doubt performed wonders.

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I had worried about the boy.

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–A just medium prevents all conclusions.

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Or you will else, you rogue.

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I hope you are very well.

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He said some other things also.

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.only just that she was pretty.

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Nine, sir; Overdone by the last.

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That stream is modern European history.

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“Who the devil questions your honesty?”

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and what does not recall her?

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“It is yours to command, Madame.”

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“And he never mentioned any names?”

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I say, Jelly, has everyone gone?

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Folded arms toil, clasped hands work.

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What will happen, what will happen?

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For they were set for thee.

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What then are time and space?

Story 448

O Lord–how we can imitate!

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Proof–This is evident from III.

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Her praises resounded on every side.

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“By the faith of a gentleman.”

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Marian herself was in sore straits.

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Mr. Thompson ordered to conduct him.

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He murmured against the Excise Bill.

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It was five in the morning.

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Enter Guard, escorting Scaphio and Phantis.

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This refers, of course, to Schopenhauer.

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Come, stand up, to oblige me.

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The internal arrangements are quite European.

Story 460

Or pot to hold your ink?

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LASSIE One of the weaker sex.

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She has not the least balance.

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Marry, well said; very well said.

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he demanded breathlessly of a constable.

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& grynde powdour of canel powdour douce.

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Do I not know that, hein?

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And by contracts you mean partnerships?

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maze, labyrinth, Hyrcynian wood; intricacy, meander.

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“Seest thou him face to face?”

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One day the Giant came back.

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I love you: let me die.

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–But to return to my mother.

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Here you have ambrosia and manna.

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“How does he get it, then?”

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Just think where you are staying!

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O, no, that comes too late.

Story 477

“Did anyone ever hear the like?”

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You ought all to have learned.

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From Stupinigi we went to Alexandria.

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I passed you on the road?

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He rejoiced over his hasty deed.

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Your own plagues fall on you!

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said Mrs. Bulstrode, in genuine surprise.

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I want to look at her.

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And she sinks into a reverie.

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His character generally is given, Brut.

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Would he help her to escape?

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my foot and her face see.

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“Did She make you feel restless?”

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How nice you look with it!

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There was no need of apology.

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ye are not as other women.

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The Yankees were already going ahead.

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Farewell, thou woeful welcomer of glory!

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With this view internal evidence agrees.

Story 497

It will not be long now.

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His face was white and expressionless.

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His full name was Tommaso Cortese.

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“Yes, I doat on Miss Georgiana!”

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After us, not out of us.

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This is no work of mine.

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Then, what is it you want?

Story 504

“When and where has this happened?”

Story 505

His strength was failing him again.

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My dear Major–serving my country?

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Clearly they will buy and sell.

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There may be danger in it.

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The period was only ten years.

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What would you do now, Phemie?

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(Of beating Beds to renew them.

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’I did not wait to see.

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Crows, carrion, new mates found by.

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This was brought by a courier.

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You have not been to Rome?

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I hope he will be happy.

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Mama says they must be separated.

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Coal of South Wales attracts attention.

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what shall we to him say?

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And no later than this morning.

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I wish not to misapprehend you.

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Why is not this principle universal?

Story 524

Twice I went to the saloon.

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I disdain to have any parents.

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They must have gone to bed?

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Globalization is about more than economics.

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and make it as a rose.

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Richard made his way to Adrian.

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Plowing and Sowing in Ancient Egypt.

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What noise is this I heare?

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growled the man upon the floor.

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Mongolians, perfection of the senses in.

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So you are for gentle birth?

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He looked like a wet hen.

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O me: what fray was heere?

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Story 539

“Well, I have, these ten years.”

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Pullet, I can feel for you.

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But no other word will do.

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–Hop and carry one, is it?

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You have behaved abominably toward me.

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For, you know, she easily can.

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He died with the utmost composure.

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“Alas, alas, what a fearful extremity!”

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Can anything be made of this?

Story 549

What wages are due to you?

Story 550

Is not this a high reason?

Story 551

Relate what new disasters have occurred.

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That may be denied to me.

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He looks on her as dead.

Story 554

“You thought it was Major Boyce.”

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On Tuesday between eight and nine.

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V. increase, augment, add to, enlarge;.

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What, Abigail become a nun again!

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Smelling sweet of the best ointments.

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We yield unto thee, happy Tamburlaine.

Story 560

Sometimes his loneliness had oppressed him.

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and dark the night and chill!

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“But was that all her reward?”

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Why have you judged me prematurely?

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All sense of humanity is forgotten.

Story 565

replied Rogojin, with an angry laugh.

Story 566

“They were betrothed, and she is!”

Story 567

We are just finishing our lesson.

Story 568

Henry had preserved: his coolness throughout.

Story 569

Thomas Ewing, Secretary of the Interior.

Story 570

Snow-village;–cocks crowing;–white dawn.

Story 571

’Yes, that I should - very much.

Story 572

I asked, holding out the note.

Story 573

[He endeavors to drag her away.

Story 574

An instant later he had disappeared.

Story 575

Is the way safe or dangerous?

Story 576

Cut with grass or paper worst.

Story 577

[Illustration: The Ishbola Tepe, Khaiber Pass.

Story 578

“You can never help being late!”

Story 579

It is my record of today.

Story 580

Do you know what it means?

Story 581

Philip wanted to distract his mind.

Story 582

Why shed their blood the daring?

Story 583

I can never call you Mrs.

Story 584

A few examples will show this.

Story 585

Dark danger hangs upon the deed!

Story 586

discards, culls, rejects; garbage, refuse, rubbish.

Story 587

“That–that his son still survives.”

Story 588

[Enter LEONTES, ANTIGONUS, Lords, and Guards.

Story 589

No pottery existed in Athapascan boundaries.

Story 590

Far fetched!–from the Lower Danube!

Story 591

But such is not our condition.

Story 592

She waited, troubled, throughout the evening.

Story 593

Never will I have her here!

Story 594

Some writers grew lyric about him.

Story 595

The ape-man thrilled with pleasure.

Story 596

Porthos held him by the arm.

Story 597

It occurs most frequently in poetry.

Story 598

`You must come and get it.

Story 599

You will not come to me?

Story 600

Will you look at the design?

Story 601

A friend of mine sent me.

Story 602

O to be with her there!

Story 603

Hurstwood nerved himself and sidled near.

Story 604

Urge doubts to them that fear.

Story 605

SUBTLE, fine, delicate, thin; smooth, soft.

Story 606

I saw him put it there.

Story 607

I sidled off and went below.

Story 608

Where do you keep your wine?

Story 609

No; that we are sure on.

Story 610

Well, what have you done, Franks?

Story 611

with our crest on his helmet.

Story 612

GONFALIONIER, standard-bearer, chief magistrate, etc.

Story 613

See, Jo, how tame it is.

Story 614

How her face do show it!

Story 615

One stood out above the others.

Story 616

What do you mean by it?

Story 617

Nurse Rosemary took up the envelope.

Story 618

The great door swung slowly to.

Story 619

He stooped and picked it up.

Story 620

It never shall to all eternity.

Story 621

First, tell me what has happened.

Story 622

The white whale is their demigorgon.

Story 623

The eighth cell to the left.

Story 624

I daresay they are killing me.

Story 625

I came near doing it tonight.

Story 626

It was short, but seemed cheerful.

Story 627

Well; what am I to do?

Story 628

O all you host of heaven!

Story 629

Then shall ye find no protector.

Story 630

The teacher was hideous to behold.

Story 631

I would I knew thy heart.

Story 632

“On a level with the floor.”

Story 633

Hear why I speak it, love.

Story 634

He repeated your words to Quint?

Story 635

“Oh, I take everything on myself.”

Story 636

This letter is a flat lie.

Story 637

Mr. Barmby headed to the pier.

Story 638

Did you lock the front door?

Story 639

there is Pasta beginning to sing.

Story 640

“I can conceive of no explanation.”

Story 641

Enter E. KNOWELL and Master STEPHEN.

Story 642

Adam, a brilliant writer and journalist.

Story 643

Oh, the breaking of bread there!

Story 644

The Progress and Hope of Life.

Story 645

Yet it blew like a hurricane.

Story 646

Tirzah looked at the ring doubtfully.

Story 647

As if time were in debt!

Story 648

and our men had begun firing.

Story 649

Let me speak to him, Athos.

Story 650

Idealistic Scepticism concerning Religion and Morality.

Story 651

“There is no alternative, Master Ned.”

Story 652

Throttled them both with a rope.

Story 653

I must tell you about that.

Story 654

I succeeded in my false career.

Story 655

this day was windy and Cold.

Story 656

“But that I make no admissions?”

Story 657

And who was the best friend?

Story 658

Solitude is pasturage for a suspicion.

Story 659

cried the headman in the boat.

Story 660

“Who makes them tear around so?”

Story 661

What compensation therefore may he find?

Story 662

Civil war–what does that mean?

Story 663

Ibn es Semmak and Er Reshid .

Story 664

Pray to what is this attributable?

Story 665

The gods be good unto us!

Story 666

Give him your hands, my friends!

Story 667

So far, all had gone well.

Story 668

O villain, villain, smiling, damned villain!

Story 669

It is against the national conscience.

Story 670

Oh come, now–lemme just try.

Story 671

He looked me through and through.

Story 672

What is the wickedness of Jacob?

Story 673

Sic fatus, nocti se immiscuit atrae.

Story 674

Well then, Don, refill my cup.

Story 675

But no village greeted his eyes.

Story 676

John sat brooding in his chair.

Story 677

There was some truth in this.

## Story 678
Is Hamlet sincere with himself here?

Story 679

Who intercepts me in my Expedition?

Story 680

The Lord High Chancellor of G.

Story 681

She is working all the time.

Story 682

All that day Jos never came.

Story 683

He will be forced to fight.

Story 684

Then they began to climb again.

Story 685

They went out one by one.

Story 686

Not yet, I bide my time.

Story 687

Your servant will tell the truth.

Story 688

The fraternal peace was soon disturbed.

Story 689

Its contributors were devoid of taste.

Story 690

The explanation awaited him at Richford.

Story 691

At last Captain Nemo recovered himself.

Story 692

Monsieur, there is but one way.

Story 693

One has been seen lately, too.

Story 694

What can he have been planning?

Story 695

He turns round and rebukes me.

Story 696

My day has been too long.

Story 697

And Jesus immediately gave them leave.

Story 698

Much good may it do you!

Story 699

You have to consider your wife.

Story 700

I have never seen her yet.

Story 701

God bless and keep us all!

Story 702

First knowed Mr. Jaggers that way.

Story 703

It was not He, but I!

Story 704

Death was an abyss to him.

Story 705

“Where can you find them, then?”

Story 706

Did I not know the process?

Story 707

All the afternoon at the office.

Story 708

The lady was leading a child.

Story 709

“Because of the divorce, I suppose?”

Story 710

At the long tables or ferkeering.

Story 711

I was going into the yellow.

Story 712

So you think me very silly.

Story 713

Enter the Ghost of Lord Hastings.

Story 714

This victory was followed by others.

Story 715

She was laid upon her bed.

Story 716

He paused, as the custom is.

Story 717

Yes, Anna believe me, not you!

Story 718


Story 719

On the accession of Henry VIII.

Story 720

He has no ears for this.

Story 721

It may soon be too late!

Story 722

You have perceived that distinctly, Dorothea?

Story 723

Do you think me a coward?

Story 724

The only freedom for us death.

Story 725

Reflect that I am your wife!

Story 726

Let us hope for the best.

Story 727

“You said a lot last time.”

Story 728

And then he asked his Saviour.

Story 729

This was too good a joke.

Story 730

The Thier hailed two or three.

Story 731

Making money for you right along.

Story 732

then you are going with me?

Story 733

Berkeley and Pomfret, where Edward II.

Story 734

I dare not–yet I must.

Story 735

’And when shall I see her?

Story 736

Irma bit her underlip with mortification.

Story 737

Tommy is a great cigarette smoker.

Story 738

Shields killed three antelopes this evening.

Story 739

And wherefore had he journeyed down?

Story 740

But the Duke did not appear.

Story 741

Your power to act will disappear.

Story 742

They twisted string about my thumbs.

Story 743

With his mouth full of news.

Story 744

Nay, jeer not, I entreat you.

Story 745

’Yes, yes, yes; I suppose so.

Story 746

First mate scowled, but said nothing.

Story 747

“And have settled to marry him?”

Story 748

Duke, we have recovered thy lady.

Story 749

She never gets a look in.

Story 750

Arrius replied, speaking to them collectively.

Story 751

“I have made an enormous mistake.”

Story 752

Chela, on the Boga-panee river.

Story 753

The Englishman shook his head weakly.

Story 754

She did not stir to undress.

Story 755

No one could make it out.

Story 756

Pray, let me be your guide.

Story 757

A good dinner and very handsome.

Story 758

’You sold me to a journalist!

Story 759

Do you hear that, Porfiry Petrovitch?

Story 760

She shall not be a victim.

Story 761

Hieraux matene mi vizitis la avinon.

Story 762


Story 763

He shook me by both hands.

Story 764

what, not one bit for me?

Story 765

“Korney took it to your papa.”

Story 766

Certainly, we accept emeralds with pleasure.

Story 767

What is to be done then?

Story 768

We will bother him no more.

Story 769

said the long-legged young man.

Story 770

I am the bread of life.

Story 771

.But you will run no danger?

Story 772

PANNIER-ALLY, inhabited by tripe-sellers.

Story 773

She indulged in a little laugh.

Story 774

And Bruges with morn is blinking.

Story 775

Madame Olenska raised her head quickly.

Story 776

Goethe has killed Klopstock for me.

Story 777

“And you, Joe, look wonderfully well.”

Story 778

He heard them with undivided attention.

Story 779

“Giving me her hand to kiss.”

Story 780


Story 781

Now, Tanner, it is thy turn.

Story 782

Annibal was ill supplied from home.

Story 783

always love your father and mother!

Story 784

The shore was close at hand.

Story 785

“How on earth can I tell?”

Story 786

According to Caussin de Perceval, vols.

Story 787

“Do we know anything about him?”

Story 788

Why do you call me baron?

Story 789


Story 790

O, what a life it was!

Story 791

Do you mean grave for me?

Story 792

you meant so, I am sure?

Story 793

And now I am to choose?

Story 794

Where should they bee set else?

Story 795

Did you not tell me so?

Story 796

The others have left the intrenchment.

Story 797


Story 798

This beast is born in Scandinavia.

Story 799

But Luther adhered to his resolve.

Story 800

exclaimed his Grace, in mock horror.

Story 801

I mean to drive him over.

Story 802

He was raising a dead weight.

Story 803

He could hear the octogenarian breathe.

Story 804

I was born in the jungle.

Story 805

I left one sea-boot on.

Story 806

Unfortunately they harbour myriads of fleas.

Story 807

Nothing is known of his childhood.

Story 808

Gerald stared in amazement and amusement.

Story 809

Of what use is this tax?

Story 810

Ne, gxi ne estas la lia.

Story 811

Lend me a hanky, will you?

Story 812

“I will be submissive to you.”

## Story 813
Then I may laugh and shout?

Story 814

Fear, not peace, thy arm refrains.

Story 815

Where would you wish to go?

Story 816

A number of batteries lay unhorsed.

Story 817

THE ANSWERS: Round behind the stable.

Story 818

So muttering, he followed his master.

Story 819

why then I thanke you all.

Story 820

The wind raised the tawny beard.

Story 821

So, then, you love my brother?

Story 822

I would have speech with you.

Story 823

Full well my tears attest, etc.

Story 824

(From the French of Octave Cremacie.

Story 825

We will read it, I swear.

Story 826

Their courage began to fail them.

Story 827

That was the night of Saturday.

Story 828

“Do you call that an explanation?”

Story 829

John did not hesitate a moment.

Story 830

Eiko was surprised at learning this.

Story 831

“What do you make of it?”

Story 832

– for O, I long to live!

Story 833

“But will he protect my property?”

Story 834

He devised quaint dresses for masquerades.

Story 835

Miss Faraday glanced quickly at him.

Story 836

Make up your camp fire good.

Story 837

Yes, nature is full of mockery!

Story 838

Ach, what are you saying, Dounia!

Story 839

When will he look for me?

Story 840

such fellows shout to their teams.

Story 841

The soup was eaten in silence.

Story 842

What do you want a month?

Story 843

That God is in a quandry.

Story 844

The young people burst out laughing.

Story 845

What though mortal joys be hollow?

Story 846

He upholds thee in his hand.

Story 847

Apart from discipline, activity scarcely existed.

Story 848

But neither could get an advantage.

Story 849

What do you suppose he meant?

Story 850

What congratulations will then flow in!

Story 851

Certainly he would behave with discretion.

Story 852

… Unde prius nulli velarint tempora musae.

Story 853

he shouted to the frenzied baroness.

Story 854

not by words but by force.

Story 855

“You will remain ever true, Catharine?”

Story 856

– Is it rose from the dead?

Story 857


Story 858

They suffer from conflict and overlap.

Story 859

What things were done in Haarlem!

Story 860

He was silent for a moment.

Story 861

said Paganel to him at length.

Story 862

With midsummer the heat became intense.

Story 863

Dudley Sowerby and Captain Dartrey Fenellan.

Story 864

And what does his Excellency say?

Story 865

I got no time to waste.

Story 866

Did you still hear the knocking?

Story 867

Why do you look so amazed?

Story 868

And what is it to be?

Story 869

Stand away again and hear him.

Story 870


Story 871

Animation was in all the air.

Story 872

Your car just touched a dog.

Story 873

So they are and something more.

Story 874

Gerald was silent for a moment.

Story 875

Mord said so it should be.

Story 876

Am I come to a friend?

Story 877

Rhoda followed him from the garden.

Story 878

Tell him, tell him at once!

Story 879

Now, my friend, you shall see.

Story 880

’You will watch over her, Dartrey?

Story 881

said Aramis, on seeing them arrive.

Story 882

How must I do then, sir?

Story 883

It is a kind of history.

Story 884

There were not many of them.

Story 885

Who did strike out the light?

Story 886

I now proceed to other considerations.

Story 887

CARCANET, jewelled ornament for the neck.

Story 888

But there are no giants now!

Story 889

Speed: a clownish seruant to Valentine.

Story 890

Philip stood over her rather sulkily.

Story 891

’It is her title, Lady Charlotte.

Story 892

a gentleman to speak to you!

Story 893

There they got a hearty welcome.

Story 894

Why do you trouble the man?

Story 895

All this associated with sempiternal liquor.

Story 896

And must I die so soon?

Story 897

do wake,–do speak once more!

Story 898

There is a reason for that.

Story 899

But he overlooks an obvious distinction.

Story 900

And his son Amasias begot Azarias.

Story 901

We loathed everything connected with it.

Story 902

Nor me, so I were one.

Story 903

we Still apply the onion poltice.

Story 904

Sir Austin bowed a reserved opinion.

Story 905

There appeared to be another Power.

Story 906

No one can quarrel with that.

Story 907

how I am grieved for Joseph!

Story 908

What became of the mass, meanwhile?

Story 909

I must not break my faith.

Story 910

makes Polyphemus copulate with the sheep.

Story 911

“How can you believe all that?”

Story 912

Happy the man who wins her!

Story 913

OLD M. How know you that?

Story 914

Who is going with my goddaughter?

Story 915

Courfeyrac distributed them with a smile.

Story 916

We will not tarry for this.

Story 917

The Indian still paced his room.

Story 918

[Ostensible motive, ground, or reason assigned.

Story 919

And shall for this to prison?

Story 920

“’Will knowledge then suffice, New-year?”

Story 921


Story 922

Ottilia, you were going to Italy?

Story 923

The young man grinds his teeth.

Story 924

Very, very glad of your acquaintance.

Story 925

The poetess was a true Bahaite.

Story 926

Her head dropped in her lap.

Story 927

Be not yet those fancies changeed?

Story 928

She was here a moment ago.

Story 929

“Are you in love with her?”

Story 930

No, no, the other splendid seaman.

Story 931

You are all liars, you English.

Story 932

But Kilpatrick, like Sherman, came not.

Story 933

Enter Lady Faulconbridge and Iames Gurney.

Story 934

“Why have you never told me?”

Story 935

Mrs Miller was one of these.

Story 936

“I am unfortunate in doing so.”

Story 937


Story 938

Blow me to another scoop, huh?

Story 939

That is, give me your counsel.

Story 940

“With all the pleasure in life.”

Story 941

The chances are equally the contrary!

Story 942

Well, then, I am a plagiarist.

Story 943

Tetel never flinched at a shot.

Story 944

Let us go below and mount.

Story 945

Revolution and regicide a grand thing?…

Story 946

Unbelief again lifts up its head.

Story 947

All was now panic and confusion.

Story 948

You shall not meddle with him!

Story 949

-Todo puede ser -dijo don Quijote.

Story 950

Can the children of the bridegroom.

Story 951

He could no longer be restrained.

Story 952

And also has no great means.

Story 953

I suppose they do have them.

Story 954

A gardener was shaving the lawn.

Story 955

Amor condusse noi ad una morte.

Story 956

But mostly the sport is Oriental.

Story 957

Passion of my heart, do tricks!

Story 958

He was an easily amused man.

Story 959

Follow thy trade–it befits thee.

Story 960

Fragmenta praeter libros de Re Rustica.

Story 961

you must pardon me there, Madame!

Story 962

But I always felt–rather sorry.

Story 963

Was it drugged–that last bottle?

Story 964

Go call Thersites hither, sweet Patroclus.

Story 965

He may not be MY God.

Story 966

They did as he asked them.

Story 967

Then I gave the third shout.

Story 968

Servants often slept in the stables.

Story 969

“Oh, I am sure of that!”

Story 970

And he understood women so well!

Story 971

There was no one in it.

Story 972

I have it in my bosom.

Story 973

Then I walked round the situation.

Story 974

“Monsieur Aramis is not an officer?”

Story 975

He handed Lady Charlotte the letter.

Story 976

Is it for us to see?

Story 977

But I was not to blame.

Story 978

And claim me as his bride.

Story 979

Come, this is pretty well, considering.

Story 980

and the colonel to imitate him.

Story 981

“Once I was unhappy, Marco Polo.”

Story 982

Pierre finished what he had begun.

Story 983

I can do it quite easily.

Story 984

Well, have you had a chat?

Story 985

Cordova, Seville, Toledo, Leon, Tarragona, Burgos.

Story 986

They arrived at the garden-gate.

Story 987

For an instant he stood glaring.

Story 988

Still, the flowers are more poetical.

Story 989

Do they use you ill here?

Story 990

“A large foot or a small?”

Story 991

“Not more than the pistols themselves.”

Story 992

’Let me fill your glass again.

Story 993

O, do you know me, man?

Story 994

He kept a gloomy, tragic silence.

Story 995

BROKE, transact business as a broker.

Story 996

Leaders were killed on both sides.

Story 997

No one ventured to support her.

Story 998

Ned Land had cause for fear.

Story 999


Story 1,000

Oh, brother, how kind you are!

Story 1,001

But will he send his andirons?

Story 1,002

“Now and again, but not often.”

Story 1,003

On Monday the weather changed completely.

Story 1,004

Corripuere viam interea, qua semita monstrat.

Story 1,005

Never heed yonder yellow boys, Archy.

Story 1,006

Here exist real happiness and joy.

Story 1,007

He said they would encore me.

Story 1,008

my heart will never think it.

Story 1,009

Honey poisoned by Rhododendron flowers, i.

Story 1,010

.and use it for my naps.

Story 1,011

’Write the address on a card.

Story 1,012

The young men left the room.

Story 1,013

These little ones are always right!

Story 1,014

Let us, therefore, look upon it.

Story 1,015

–How many have-you for tomorrow?

Story 1,016

My thoughts are ripe for mischief.

Story 1,017

Is there life in the moon?

Story 1,018

When it came they accepted it.

Story 1,019

’The lying-in room, I suppose?

Story 1,020

Nobody loves it; nobody sees it.

Story 1,021

It is Art, and no other.

Story 1,022

Did you speak to me, sir?

Story 1,023

But Shoustova could not stop herself.

Story 1,024

O dey, call me Hangman Johnny!

Story 1,025

The sexes differ little in colour.

## Story 1,026
’For the rest of it, honey!

Story 1,027

que de choses qui sont mortes.

Story 1,028

Nurse Rosemary pushed back her chair.

Story 1,029

Let him look out for himself!

Story 1,030

But shall I live in hope?

Story 1,031

I will go meet the ladies.

Story 1,032

Yet Tom was not quite gone.

Story 1,033

Have we in truth changed characters?

Story 1,034

`I thought you were at Smyrna.

Story 1,035

How have we spent this morning!

Story 1,036

You see the difficulty is this.

Story 1,037

Here is no choice but evil.

Story 1,038

She never cared for old Bounderby.

Story 1,039

Believe me, it is sheer Quixotism.

Story 1,040

This did not affect their outlook.

Story 1,041

I had not once looked up.

Story 1,042

that this should be so grim!

Story 1,043

[Enter ANTIOCHUS, PRINCE PERICLES, and followers.

Story 1,044

I repeated the question more distinctly.

Story 1,045

Mr. Justice Rhadamanth addressed the prisoner.

Story 1,046

Were you known in London, once?

Story 1,047

“Have you asked her about it?”

Story 1,048

[With a twist of his shoulders.

Story 1,049

Hence, to fill with hot air.

Story 1,050

Dorothea was still hurt and agitated.

Story 1,051

’About my getting married, you know.

Story 1,052

said Anne, with a blissful smile.

Story 1,053

Why, then, do we desire it?

Story 1,054

; embonpoint, corporation, flesh and blood, lustihood.

Story 1,055

Pray, aunt, let me read it.

Story 1,056

“What can one say about it?”

Story 1,057

Mr. Pempton appeared, according to anticipation.

Story 1,058

Do I look like a policeman?

Story 1,059

Thus she let the matter rest.

Story 1,060

O heavy times, begetting such events!

Story 1,061

In the afternoon at the Office.

Story 1,062

“That will do for a beginning.”

Story 1,063

Which of them will you test?

Story 1,064

The rattling, brazen din I hear!

Story 1,065

O, let us yet be merciful.

Story 1,066

Foreigners, our anti-types, as Mme.

Story 1,067

This was not long in coming.

Story 1,068

What beasts men are, my Karl!

Story 1,069

The sugar is in the bag.

Story 1,070

Have you tried that Indy oil?

Story 1,071

Famosae–Soiled doves from respectable families.

Story 1,072

“Well, I must a forgot it.”

Story 1,073

There is no cause, my child!

Story 1,074

What imperfections I trace in myself!

Story 1,075

I was not sorry to go.

Story 1,076

He was a native of Spain.

Story 1,077

The journey was rough and difficult.

Story 1,078

You could hardly hear yourself think.

Story 1,079

cried the captain, louder than ever.

Story 1,080

His is the Hand that wounds.

Story 1,081

What a plague-what meant he?

Story 1,082

So they departed, with the caravan.

Story 1,083

Born in the bullrushes of Egypt.

Story 1,084

He would not leave the subject.

Story 1,085

They were all of his household.

Story 1,086

`Will they attack, do you think?

Story 1,087

He raised his pistol and aimed.

Story 1,088

All these people are most immoral.

Story 1,089

Postal facilities in the colonial period.

Story 1,090

Calynx: But what is your grievance?

Story 1,091

How fares our noble Vncle Lancaster?

Story 1,092


Story 1,093

“Ladies who say that, Miss Middleton!…”

Story 1,094

“Why, I thought you killed him?”

Story 1,095

Comme il faisait bon, là dedans!

Story 1,096

Come to this cottage of mine.

Story 1,097

Not for anything in the world!

Story 1,098

Now it is just the opposite.

Story 1,099

“By obtaining his pardon, of course.”

Story 1,100

I shame myself, I am ashamed.

Story 1,101

Oviedo contains about fifteen thousand inhabitants.

Story 1,102

She is terribly winning, Rosamund avowed.

Story 1,103

“That it most certainly is not.”

Story 1,104

And this they owe to me!

Story 1,105

“Do you see this silver bugle?”

Story 1,106


Story 1,107

“Are you fond of me still?”

Story 1,108

–Â Je vous demande pardon, dit-elle.

Story 1,109

The red man rubbed his eyes.

Story 1,110

I never saw such a girl!

Story 1,111

If ever there was a man!

Story 1,112

We cannot let that happen here.

Story 1,113

What do you mean by wrong?

Story 1,114

Have you just been drinking together?

Story 1,115

That always makes one feel stupid.

Story 1,116

We had a servant, of course.

Story 1,117

They decided to surrender the field.

Story 1,118

If he will touch the estimate.

Story 1,119

Politics is the science of liberty.

Story 1,120

She clung insanely to her incredulity.

Story 1,121

He was an easy-going man.

Story 1,122

What are your commands, little countess?

Story 1,123

Are they very theatrical people here?

Story 1,124

Rise, Robin Fitzooth, Earl of Huntingdon!

Story 1,125

She no longer expected forgiveness now.

Story 1,126

At about midnight we reached Axminster.

Story 1,127

But may I ask thee somewhat?

Story 1,128

Seek something that Paris has not.

Story 1,129

or, Do I serve my heart?

Story 1,130

–Come on, Ben, Simon Dedalus cried.

Story 1,131

What do you mean–saving money?

Story 1,132

His eyes were fixed and dreamy.

Story 1,133

You always were a comfort, Teddy.

Story 1,134

Which of you haue done this?

Story 1,135

VOLT: Here they come, have done.

Story 1,136

From a prince to a prentice?

Story 1,137

Do you know that profound thinker?

Story 1,138

Sed infelix Teucros quid demoror armis?

Story 1,139

Redworth looked up over the chimneys.

Story 1,140

He took to a singular habit.

Story 1,141

It is only dragging it out.

Story 1,142

regularity, constancy, even tenor,.routine; monotony.

Story 1,143

said Pencroft, with a satisfied air.

Story 1,144

God give a blessing to it!

Story 1,145

cried a woman, running to him.

Story 1,146

This seems a most profitable job.

Story 1,147

The Duke did not give way.

Story 1,148

Grant that which is thine own!

Story 1,149

Look up but at her stars!

Story 1,150

My dearest darling… Mummy, my precious!…

Story 1,151

In the sight of the gods.

Story 1,152

Younger women can, I dare say.

Story 1,153

And welcome, all his honorable traine!

Story 1,154

Oh, were I far, far hence.

Story 1,155

See, they have shut him in.

Story 1,156

“Never mind, you shall try first.”

Story 1,157

She really looked very young then.

Story 1,158

They had heard all that before.

Story 1,159

pray God it be not Cromwell.

Story 1,160

The wind did not blow anywhere.

Story 1,161

He had a tolerably complete wardrobe.

Story 1,162

He belonged to the Horticultural Society.

Story 1,163

it was falling on its roofs.

Story 1,164

And you submit to the order?

Story 1,165

The victim was Palinurus, the pilot.

Story 1,166

ces animaux-là ont des caprices!…

Story 1,167

This system was a simple one.

Story 1,168

Why do you grovel before it?

Story 1,169

He had made a bad guess.

Story 1,170

The doctor started upon his coffee.

Story 1,171

Ah ha boy, sayest thou so.

Story 1,172

Story of the King of Andalusia .

Story 1,173

breathed a second of her sex.

Story 1,174

I have done you an injustice.

Story 1,175

“Merely to say so, your ladyship.”

Story 1,176

What pleasure was he given to?

Story 1,177


Story 1,178

–and now we had our wish.

Story 1,179

I might have a raging fever.

Story 1,180

Robert drew her nearer to him.

Story 1,181

-dijo a este punto el barbero-.

Story 1,182

He was absent for a fortnight.

Story 1,183

I am now come to SUNDAY.

Story 1,184

Pisistratus is a long name too!

Story 1,185

Then she certainly is very bad!

Story 1,186

For I shall pass through Macedonia.

Story 1,187

“We shall find it some day!”

Story 1,188

She will be under the cover.

Story 1,189

Each of them won the battle.

Story 1,190

You shall not have a farthing.

Story 1,191

The communists do not toil severely.

Story 1,192

Civil government has now been introduced.

Story 1,193

He will be coming for us.

Story 1,194

And the reapers are the angels.

Story 1,195

I cry, to all we share.

Story 1,196

Vronsky burst into roars of laughter.

Story 1,197

“The city from the tyrant free!”

Story 1,198

We did, so please your Highness.

Story 1,199

She waved her hand to them.

Story 1,200

“Then you too are a prisoner?”

Story 1,201

She loved the Spouse of Souls.

Story 1,202

So by water with Sir Wm.

Story 1,203

He sent therefore and brought him.

Story 1,204

The invasion of France was abandoned.

Story 1,205

–Here, says Joe, doing the honours.

Story 1,206

did actually appear in that paper.

Story 1,207

And in a month, you think?

Story 1,208

The stage, too, engaged many writers.

Story 1,209

Two hundred capes were taken off.

Story 1,210

God bless you for coming, Lucy.

Story 1,211

When shall we land in England?

Story 1,212

So Milton, P. L. b. iii.

Story 1,213

Some mistake has evidently been made.

Story 1,214

He is come, the little love!

Story 1,215

–Seigneur Hacket, interrompit une voix, marchons.

Story 1,216

“Yes, for we are too quick.”

Story 1,217

And the Princess was almost solemn.

Story 1,218

Were you ever on the stage?

Story 1,219

Story 1,220

Too happy for a little while.

Story 1,221

is intelligible all the world over.

Story 1,222

Will you be blooded or no?

Story 1,223

What is the Dred Scott decision?

Story 1,224

Jam de shovel in de fier.

Story 1,225

He must climb by the cliff.

Story 1,226

Who wishes to destroy the Union?

Story 1,227

I cannot understand him at all.

Story 1,228

Zossimov has gone, so you must.

Story 1,229

asked the young girl in astonishment.

Story 1,230

The bloody consummation leave to us.

Story 1,231

But you PROMISED me I might!

Story 1,232

McMurdo looked at the man earnestly.

Story 1,233

She has the organ in excess.

Story 1,234

And he could be the same.

Story 1,235

Did any one else see him?

Story 1,236

“To pay a visit to Monsieur?”

Story 1,237

(Le carrosse entre au grand trot.

Story 1,238

“Now tell me all about yourself.”

Story 1,239

of the worlds visible and invisible.

Story 1,240

She held it in the light.

Story 1,241

But so, I heard him comming.

Story 1,242

The latter suddenly changed his tactics.

Story 1,243

Get squash under cover before frost.

Story 1,244

He sprinkled some water over her.

Story 1,245

Is it true, is it true?

Story 1,246

Beaufort, this is a rare favour!

Story 1,247

He has but increased the debt!

Story 1,248

It still prevails, however, in England.

Story 1,249

said Holmes, looking keenly at her.

Story 1,250

Enter the Emperour, Aaron the Moore.

Story 1,251

Page, I pray you pardon me.

Story 1,252

The bishop shook in his shoes.

Story 1,253

So they settled that among themselves.

Story 1,254

– Marianne was softened in a moment.

Story 1,255

However, at last he signed it.

Story 1,256

voilà une bonne affaire de faite?

Story 1,257


Story 1,258

What a jolly fellow he is!

Story 1,259

Did you ever sail a ship?

Story 1,260

It looked after the state religion.

Story 1,261

Coming events cast their shadows before.

Story 1,262

Bona paterna, Bonorum potestas, Bonum publicum.

Story 1,263

Are they not all Ministering Spirits?

Story 1,264

She could have no further voyages.

Story 1,265

Yet calm, enticing calm, oh, whale!

Story 1,266

He was quite a disagreeable figure.

Story 1,267

This is a butifull little bird.

Story 1,268

“For asking him to go off?”

Story 1,269

Avoid them, that ye may prosper.

Story 1,270

The devil of our own stupidity!

Story 1,271

Helen and her clients had gone.

Story 1,272

A second Daniel, a Daniel, Jew!

Story 1,273

That may be denied to me.

Story 1,274

Mr. Abelwhite was an obstinate man.

Story 1,275

Do you know what it means?

Story 1,276

It had now been proved impossible.

Story 1,277

The Goths fled from the city.

Story 1,278

Strep.What belongs to an allotment?

Story 1,279

But I saw him at last.

Story 1,280

Frontenac railed at my impertinence also.

Story 1,281

The condemned appeared upon the Place.

Story 1,282

really, I almost pitied him myself.

Story 1,283

Still, it was all right presently.

Story 1,284

Gerald stared in amazement and amusement.

Story 1,285

Phantis: Scaphio, compose yourself, I beg.

Story 1,286

The end crowns all–Joseph Verrina.

Story 1,287

Freemasonry was condemned by Clement XII.

Story 1,288

–and here the German story ends.

Story 1,289

She held out her bandaged hand.

Story 1,290

Llywelyn and Edward distrusted each other.

Story 1,291

“It is the wooden-legged man.”

Story 1,292

“You were not at the Maypole.”

Story 1,293

he of the tribe of Tai.

Story 1,294

The first rehearsal is Friday night.

Story 1,295

The horizon was still very clear.

Story 1,296

Let all my land be sold.

Story 1,297

He cried in vain for help.

Story 1,298

A battle between Abner and Joab.

Story 1,299

And what ailed the chestnut tree?

Story 1,300

exclaims on a sudden Dr. Johnson.

Story 1,301

In the middle, a Caldron Boiling.

Story 1,302

This noise made Valjean turn round.

Story 1,303

there is no fear of that.

Story 1,304

But I never do, so farewell!

Story 1,305

You do climbe vp it now.

Story 1,306

The fours neared the rope together.

Story 1,307

We are they you are seeking.

Story 1,308

Do you still write verses, Tony?

Story 1,309

“You never told me this before?”

Story 1,310

And then, workmen are so mean!

Story 1,311

Good-by, until we meet again!

Story 1,312

–Just cut it out, will you?

Story 1,313

“I wish to see the governor.”

Story 1,314

Doe you heare how he misplaces?

Story 1,315

Ambrose Mallard has once or twice .

Story 1,316

“And pray what may it be?”

Story 1,317

would assimilate this to the Hebr.

Story 1,318

almost shrieked Levin, cocking his gun.

Story 1,319

It could hardly be a flower.

Story 1,320

Look at our declaration of independence.

Story 1,321

’She is screaming in a passion.

Story 1,322

Fisherman of Baghdad, Khalifah the, viii.

Story 1,323

Meantime Reuben had rejoined his brethren.

Story 1,324

would it not make one weep?

Story 1,325

Therefore, what teach ye this people?

Story 1,326

And have you brought little Nicholas?

Story 1,327

“And the sister at the post?”

Story 1,328

Myself am related to the person.

Story 1,329

A merry morning to you, Sunshine.

Story 1,330

You are going to New York?

Story 1,331

“You are her dupe no more?”

Story 1,332

Have they nothing better to do?

Story 1,333

There is little more to tell.

Story 1,334

The groom cried aloud for help.

Story 1,335

And there were yet other reasons.

Story 1,336

Kuzma Vassilyevitch put on his cap.

Story 1,337

But damnation on a politique religion!

Story 1,338

He came to the first landing.

Story 1,339

We will let down the anchor.

Story 1,340

Who these men were nobody knew.

Story 1,341

He shall not see her there.

Story 1,342

FREDERIC: Upon my innocence you play.

Story 1,343

He never talked about his son.

Story 1,344

Death united him to his beloved.

Story 1,345

“And what way will you take?”

Story 1,346

“Then I suppose I must go!”

Story 1,347

Quicker and quicker danced the dust.

Story 1,348

there is no one like her.

Story 1,349

May all good fortune follow Calymath!

Story 1,350

I stake my life on it.

Story 1,351

’There, there, children - to your seats!

Story 1,352

We heard the minx remark, etc.

Story 1,353

Your father is a great scholar.

Story 1,354

First Lunatic, Story of the, iv.

Story 1,355

In such thoughts he fell asleep.

Story 1,356

O fare ye weel, my Sarah!

Story 1,357

Pryor could not pitch his canoes.

Story 1,358

And he slept well, he said.

Story 1,359

Is the steward an apothecary, sir?

Story 1,360

through thick and eke through thin.

Story 1,361

You will receive the budget tomorrow.

Story 1,362

“Well, that is clear enough, certainly.”

Story 1,363

“So will you abandon your plan?”

Story 1,364

Sir, said I, I see it.

Story 1,365

Midwives is my name for them.

Story 1,366

It must and shall be so.

Story 1,367

Still the gods sat and smiled.

Story 1,368

And what was the Latus Clavus?

Story 1,369

The devil prospered me with it.

Story 1,370

too to cultivate his musical talents.

Story 1,371

Man-of-war requested for Chagres.

Story 1,372

Such appears to be the case.

Story 1,373


Story 1,374

MacDonald shook his obstinate Scotch head.

Story 1,375

“I was breaking our engagement, sir.”

Story 1,376

Compare Milton, P. L. b. xii.

Story 1,377

I thought of that long ago.

Story 1,378

cried the doctor all at once.

Story 1,379

So I guess I do, Mat.

Story 1,380

I have given up the business.

Story 1,381

O Helen, goddess, nymph, perfect, divine!

Story 1,382

But I have flown from Norway.

Story 1,383

She was laid upon her bed.

Story 1,384

It was only rheumatism, I suppose?

Story 1,385

Horses were waiting every ten miles.

Story 1,386

I have my Leave to Pass.

Story 1,387

Its Schacarium is the chess-board.

Story 1,388

How fine are its tiny grains!

Story 1,389

He was out of his senses.

Story 1,390

Do you wish me to leave?

Story 1,391

’What is the worst of success?

Story 1,392

Can anything be made of this?

Story 1,393

The same Winds and weather Continue.

Story 1,394

You have affection to deal with!

Story 1,395

So be the warrant instantly prepared.

Story 1,396

What, weeping ripe, my Lord Northumberland?

Story 1,397

Theseus thus became king of Athens.

Story 1,398

TRUE: Ay; did you hear him?

Story 1,399

Is that weally still going on?

Story 1,400

he asked from time to time.

Story 1,401

“I am truly sorry for him.”

Story 1,402

She never could away with me.

Story 1,403

(Enter Chorus of Bridesmaids and Bucks.

Story 1,404

This room never contains a window.

Story 1,405

What a curious shape you are!

Story 1,406

See Taming of the Shrew, i.

Story 1,407

Will you come out with me?

Story 1,408

Is there no hope of escape?

Story 1,409

Enjolras had their uniforms laid aside.

Story 1,410

Jane put her arms around him.

Story 1,411

Certainly they had done great things.

Story 1,412

Crab, The Fishes and the, ix.

Story 1,413

To throw our magistrates down stairs!

Story 1,414

The name is fanciful not significant.

Story 1,415

but they be ready and speedy!

Story 1,416

Come, friend, a long with me.

Story 1,417

White Fang came upon him unexpectedly.

Story 1,418

I will tell the whole truth.

Story 1,419

She was assured that he was.

Story 1,420

Perhaps, for the sake of peace .

Story 1,421

What doth that matter to Zarathustra!

Story 1,422

I never leave off loving you.

Story 1,423

Rumour had its home in Milan.

Story 1,424

Not so, my beloved, not so!

Story 1,425

The Guise comes to the King.

Story 1,426

Now, Faustus, ask what thou wilt.

Story 1,427

And he advanced towards the stairs.

Story 1,428

’What do they do to him?

Story 1,429

into sterling money, and other matters.

Story 1,430

So the valiant many was vanquished.

Story 1,431

“I do not agree with you.”

Story 1,432

I know that state of mind.

Story 1,433

’Oh, yes; I know Edith well.

Story 1,434

’And you heard what he said?

Story 1,435

Oh, yes, mother; I had to.

Story 1,436

In division so were they linked.

Story 1,437

You are shocked, I dare say!

Story 1,438

The voice of poetry was silent.

Story 1,439

Her brother shook his head incredulously.

Story 1,440

“And who is this Colonel Bridge?”

Story 1,441

The process of evolution was, Mr.

Story 1,442

LADY P: Which of your poets?

Story 1,443

Oh, be just to us, Rhoda!

Story 1,444


Story 1,445

Lewis was wounded by an accident-.

Story 1,446

You may be feeling tired presently.

Story 1,447

I must tell you about that.

Story 1,448

’We start at noon to-day.

Story 1,449

The sprightly thought inspires my strain!

Story 1,450

; embonpoint, corporation, flesh and blood, lustihood.

Story 1,451

They can hear a pin drop.

Story 1,452

Chair, I axes–so please ye?

Story 1,453

Pass the deficiency in a man.

Story 1,454

She kept begging to go away.

Story 1,455

“What are you standing there for?”

Story 1,456

Across the world for a wife.

Story 1,457

Mrs. H. One mass of vanity!

Story 1,458

Oh, how I have been deceived!

Story 1,459

Raskolnikov interrupted, instantly beginning to recollect.

Story 1,460

These are your areas of expertise.

Story 1,461

Any road was good that arrived.

Story 1,462

Yes, he was the head-liner.

Story 1,463

I have not eaten all night.

Story 1,464

Carrie protested a while, but acquiesced.

Story 1,465

“I said nothing of the sort.”

Story 1,466

“To be sure; but with what?”

Story 1,467

“I am ready to follow you.”

Story 1,468

Be not offended, I pray you.

Story 1,469

You know that it is wrong.

Story 1,470

What is the taste of love?

Story 1,471

she said, when they were alone.

Story 1,472

dark on the bosom of Shemselnihar.

Story 1,473

asked Carrie, after the first absence.

Story 1,474

Is it like anyone you know?

Story 1,475

Lady Caroline uttered a wordless sound.

Story 1,476


Story 1,477

What say you, worshipful Master Bellingham?

Story 1,478

Hush!–hark!–A noise like snoring!

Story 1,479

The tune is plaintive and original.

Story 1,480

Rational Elements in the Irrational Will.

Story 1,481

“Yes it is–it must be!”

Story 1,482

Thou art a cobbler, art thou?

Story 1,483

I kissed my hand to him.

Story 1,484

Ben ranged up alongside of him.

Story 1,485

A field between the two Camps.

Story 1,486

“Of course I will do it.”

Story 1,487

’But, oh, mamma, what a thing!

Story 1,488

The troops are still standing outside.

Story 1,489


Story 1,490

So I was just taken in.

Story 1,491

All her ornaments are taken away.

Story 1,492

To learn one must be humble.

Story 1,493

why, has he a forked head?

Story 1,494

Printed at Eben-Ezer, near Buffalo.

Story 1,495

really, I almost pitied him myself.

Story 1,496

Nomadic habits, unfavourable to human progress.

Story 1,497

Was I ever high-colored, Tantripp?

Story 1,498

What, mine host, up so early?

Story 1,499

The Marchioness shook her head reprovingly.

Story 1,500

“Signior Donatio, what does this mean?”

Story 1,501

Now I am your friend forever!

Story 1,502

Phosphorus it must be done with.

Story 1,503

Revolt of the Helots against Sparta.

Story 1,504

“The consent of Monsieur, my husband.”

Story 1,505

The attack has begun; go down.

Story 1,506

The world was never more calm.

Story 1,507

Go you not from me, Max.!

Story 1,508

I had no intention of offending.

Story 1,509

And she heaped on me abuse.

Story 1,510

His grudge against her was gone.

Story 1,511

But we were talking of physic.

Story 1,512

All are silent in their lamentations.

Story 1,513

“And since your return to England?”

Story 1,514

Had to refuse the Greystones concert.

Story 1,515

So saying, he drew his sword.

Story 1,516

We shall have to run home.

Story 1,517

Danceth he merry, that is mirtheless?

Story 1,518

Where can she have got to?

Story 1,519

I hear your family have come?

Story 1,520

[Exeunt Hostess, Bardolph, Officers, and Boy.

Story 1,521

`Did you say pig, or fig?

Story 1,522

Come to this cottage of mine.

Story 1,523

’In such a matter as what?

Story 1,524

’What a lovely word–a Glckstritter!

Story 1,525

“Oh, Marilla, whatever shall I do?”

Story 1,526

He had no heart to beg.

Story 1,527

Have you not done talking yet?

Story 1,528

– hold your tongue I tell you!

Story 1,529

It is duly executed and attested.

Story 1,530

I know that would be imprudent.

Story 1,531

Mrs. Shelby stood like one stricken.

Story 1,532

This office has long been vacant.

Story 1,533

Give way there, and go on!

Story 1,534

Phosphorus it must be done with.

Story 1,535

Meg, may I tell you something?

Story 1,536

Passepartout rushed out of the car.

Story 1,537

“Oh, count, have pity upon me.”

Story 1,538

If I only had it here!

Story 1,539

Only the account must never drivel.

Story 1,540

Enter ZENOCRATE, AGYDAS, ANIPPE, with others.

Story 1,541

and what a waste of money!

Story 1,542

[Enter HELENA and the two Gentlemen.

Story 1,543

Traduit par M. Asselan Riche, etc.

Story 1,544

You will give us our money?

Story 1,545

(As if he needed any reminder.

Story 1,546

Eternal remembrance of innocence and enjoyment!

Story 1,547

Dorothea was indignant in her turn.

Story 1,548

Deep voice that fellow Dlugacz has.

Story 1,549

The fellow shook his head irritably.

Story 1,550

Not for a year or two.

Story 1,551

Can I teach them their duty?

Story 1,552

I feel like a new man.

Story 1,553

asked Natasha in a frightened tone.

Story 1,554

And Jesus went unto mount Olivet.

Story 1,555

Our Creator made for us tobacco.

Story 1,556

Quibus adductis eos in fidem recipit.

Story 1,557

for to make noumbles in lent.

Story 1,558

Woe if another blow be struck!

Story 1,559

He looked, and understood the silence.

Story 1,560

And that is your modern world.

Story 1,561

She breathed short and breathed deep.

Story 1,562

Set fair; at all for once.

Story 1,563

Women work hard in these parts.

Story 1,564

“Shall we buy it back, Pisistratus?”

Story 1,565

That would have been much easier.

Story 1,566

Such a man was Henry Clay.

Story 1,567

Of these there were about fifty.

Story 1,568


Story 1,569

The haunts of memory echo not.

Story 1,570

He felt it, without realizing it.

Story 1,571

I the LORD have spoken it.

Story 1,572

You have got your answer ready.

Story 1,573

“Has the mare come from Tsarskoe?”

Story 1,574

“And pray what may it be?”

Story 1,575

This crime was committed against me.

Story 1,576

’Have you not seen him, sir?

Story 1,577

It is not worth arguing about.

Story 1,578

I am not angry with you.

Story 1,579

(The cadets rush to the doors.

Story 1,580

Is it forbidden in the Torah?

Story 1,581

cast hem on water and various.

Story 1,582

But how you look at me!

Story 1,583

’Has Frank gone to Courcy Castle?

Story 1,584

“What can I do, my son?”

Story 1,585

From there he proceeded on foot.

Story 1,586

He stirred himself, and sat up.

Story 1,587

But these last fears were groundless.

Story 1,588

Running a-muck of all abuses.

Story 1,589

“But he is looking for you.”

Story 1,590

King: Then let the revels commence.

Story 1,591

There were thirteen legions in all.

Story 1,592

Start tomatoes for growing in frames.

Story 1,593

My business is not that, sir.

Story 1,594

That I can bear witness to.

Story 1,595

I can set it to music.

Story 1,596

Two head valets, Frere and Douville.

Story 1,597

My brother is ill, very ill.

Story 1,598

“Has he brought back the prisoners?”

Story 1,599

Shall we one day meet again?

Story 1,600

Pray to what is this attributable?

Story 1,601

says Mr. Guppy in some discomfiture.

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Me and two more knows it.

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Then where are the other people?

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Its spring carried it over me.

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Who could be this new suitor?

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How can it possibly be permitted?

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Not you, or any of you.

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He still held the same opinions.

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And they said: He is witness.

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“But she says on her birthday.”

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A fierce, fiery lady that, sir!

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What shall we do for dessert?

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What art thou laughing at, Sancho?

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One Hawkins preached, an Oxford man.

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He was trembling now with annoyance.

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Certainly they had done great things.

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ANNA continues slowly, after a pause.

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You will find it in Neptune.

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Yes, we are going up - up!

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She was standing at the door.

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Paris is no place for me.

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’Then I cannot agree with you.

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subject to the Maharajah of Hind.

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’I suppose his table is good?

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So be it, Monsieur le Baron.

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But I have flown from Norway.

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Why does Titania cross her Oberon?

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“I am afraid you puzzle me.”

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“Should journey on an open path.”

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Yes, to hop at our wedding.

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“I a minute; in a minute!”

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“She has money and good looks.”

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But WERE you ever married, Peggotty?

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jeered at for a sheep-heart?

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Why, what does the man mean?

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Again there was a cautious pause.

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Yes, Patience, is it not strange?

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She bowed to Adela and Tracy.

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Enter Florizell, Perdita, Cleomines, and others.

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Kitty did not even notice her.

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As I hear, so I judge.

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Tony ends this with a groan.

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We are looking on the sea.

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“You can resist, and resist again!”

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You straightaway forget whatever you learn.

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He smiled on all sides equally.

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Stored, laid up; an obsolete adjective.

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Enter Hamlet reading on a Booke.

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Am I not respectful to you?

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Perhaps I ought to tell her.

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He calls it repentance and baptism.

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Unless as taking care of THEM.

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And it is mentioned, l. favorabiliores.

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Some other time, some other time.

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Few of their oaths were kept.

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Of that I am firmly persuaded.

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Now: how dost thou looke now?

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Now strike up your music, fellow!

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We will not desert Denmark again.

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Its vault is formed of ignorance.

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Yet nothing of the sort happened.

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The lieutenant drew himself up stiffly.

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Her voice was cold and angry.

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Say sooth, thou fair sheet lightning!

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How fine are its tiny grains!

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Then let me change your bandages.

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But has she told you nothing?

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“Very well, I shall be ready.”

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She could not hear it fall.

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She is there with that woman.

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Quotations every day in the year.

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She heard the soft regular breathing.

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It was my fate, I suppose.

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Pisistratus, my boy, ring the bell.

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“Have you ever had any experience?”

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“Is this your counsel also, Winter?”

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Conversational and acquiescent on both sides.

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I smiled and shook my head.

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But what steps have you taken?

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attack ye them on the highway?

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At night home and to bed.

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The library was on the left.

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What sort of work is it?

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Is it a very low woman?

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It was the voice of Aramis.

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It was for my trifling expenses.

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He goes down to Copsley tomorrow.

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Emilia came in from the garden.

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She was a German girl, apparently.

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your eyes are becoming wild again.

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’Quiet above all things, Rose Jocelyn!

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With whom have I the honour?

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continued up it on the Lard.

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The surrounding peaks appeared on fire.

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Here we found Mr. Henry A.

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Stop dat ar, now, will ye?

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Science is notoriously of slow movement.

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[Exeunt all but Winchester and Legate.

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Secretary and Treasurer–James N. Cusick.

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Could have made oceans of money.

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He wrote to her at Mme.

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Oh, were I far, far hence.

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“Very good, Barrymore; you can go.”

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Is your stateroom all fixed up?

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The little Adelie is always comic.

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But what have you met with?

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he was remarkably fond of oysters.

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However, I pass over this point.

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Budur, Kamar al-Zaman and, iii.

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my poor Raoul, what a reign!

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’What is it that you mean?

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It is for Elsie to speak.

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The company rose up in confusion.

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Have you ever been to sea?

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There they sit in a row.

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’Then you did not steal it.

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Which of us does he mean?

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But we cannot see her boat.

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For if you watched the Rev.

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Gedruckt zu Eben-Ezer bei Buffalo.

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“Menaces – I do not fear them.”

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Local-option law, good effect of.

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Plain-dealing is undoubtedly a virtue.

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Sir Willoughby, I have a question.

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“There has been some new development?”

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The oval lies the wrong way.

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Where is my Lord of Warwick?

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The curate clicked his tongue indignantly.

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A Merry jest of a Thief .

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And God said: Be light made.

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Thou art a cobbler, art thou?

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We have already mentioned this word.

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“You wander: your head becomes confused.”

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And thus much for this subject.

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the open space before his house.

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“No, I have never injured her.”

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Lake Wissanotti in the morning sunlight!

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This bosom friend was Joe Harper.

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Is it new and olde too?

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What a cozy room this is!

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I had to hide after that.

Story 1,746

My dear, for the moment–true.

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The question was mild and curious.

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At last Garth lifted his head.

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Morrel looked obedience to her commands.

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You know what became of them.

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Then they stretched out their claws.

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De non parcendo in Deum delinquentibus.

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Why leet ich hir to go?

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I fear me both are false.

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At this moment General Vandamme appeared.

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Ohevanue : East-South-East and East.

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And he wants to be manager!

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He was speechless for a moment.

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they know not what they do.

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And do not look so miserable.

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We did those first things first.

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It was my fault Mr. Phillips.

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how few are doing their best!

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In Britain none were worthy found.

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cried a woman, running to him.

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And who hit you at all?

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Cypris, relation of the sexes in.

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Is not this work and striving?

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Why give you me this shame?

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Now, I just ask you, Hernani!

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And the king sware unto him.

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Je fus mis en retard, vertuchou!.

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Go home, you yelping little beast!

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I wonder whether it will come.

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CLER: Make haste, good sir Amorous.

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“He is cleanly above his companions.”

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His chief work was on accentuation.

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“No, my Lord, I still plead.”

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Let me alone to fit him.

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In Latin, Apuleius alone is named.

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What men or gods are these?

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From a God to a bull?

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Urge doubts to those that fear.

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BRUTUS, Et Tu, a Roman murderer.

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MADGE-HOWLET or OWL, barn-owl.

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How I longed again for morning!

Story 1,787

Sujah Dowlah had long been dead.

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She was alone and walked nervously.

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Feare not that I warrant thee.

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What is the nature of justice?

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Maturity can always be depended on.

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Their time had long since expired.

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asked Nicholas, with the same uncertainty.

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cried the child, in rousing excitement.

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“Have you had any other admirers?”

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She was so lovely and beautiful!

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“I cannot give you any dinner.”

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Of an injustice–me–your king?

Story 1,799

“You – you, count – you would go?”

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go forward every one of you!

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Marry, he is a scholar, sir.

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They eat in a general hall.

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“And you do, my dear, too!”

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It will pass away soon enough.

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That would only be five shillings.

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Here is another adventure for Beowulf.

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Now to our troubles at home.

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His warm embrace–oh, ravishing delight!

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You live on the dead, Lestiboudois!

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He smiled and went lightly away.

Story 1,812

What good wine the prince has!

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So he dozed off pretty soon.

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Passepartout rushed out of the car.

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Oh, it makes SUCH a difference.

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How came he to abandon it?

Story 1,817

“She had already married another–maybe?”

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That was the cat, you know.

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I do not quite understand you.

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“Have you any idea who did?”

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rather civil that, I should say !

Story 1,822

“What do you propose to do?”

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It almost broke her faithful heart.

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Dear enough a jane: worth nothing.

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[At Anchor, Off Turtle Reef, Queensland.

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Such were the words of Nicias.

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Why is it that we hesitate?

Story 1,828

Toute la société éclata de rire.

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Be wise, and get you home.

Story 1,830

But you say she is hideous?

Story 1,831

This national dance makes our warriors.

Story 1,832

Some hoarse answer struck her ear.

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I hope you are not Hessians.

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But those halcyon days were over.

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“Sometimes pain, you know, is sweet.”

Story 1,836

God must forgive me without that.

Story 1,837

I came home and to bed.

Story 1,838

But what can I do, sister?

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Art thou one of the Worthies?

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What is done cannot be undone!

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Je travaille, je suis contente… Hein?

Story 1,842

Why should she write to Edmund?

Story 1,843

Then they stretched out their claws.

Story 1,844

Rosamund postponed her mission to plead.

Story 1,845

What infernal nonsense are you talking?

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The pious poet shall be avenged!

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But does it shut equally well?

Story 1,849

He was thinking of his wife.

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Tell her I thought it best.

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Would he let me pat him?

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Nevil is not one of them.

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He added his commandments and precepts.

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I am very pretty this morning.

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But what was it, my love?

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Then she told them about herself.

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Camp in a bog, would you?

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Such is my reward and doom.

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the candle is all burned out!

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He was an artist by profession.

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The whole county was in amaze!

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These were indeed his last words.

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It is very cold and wet.

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jerked Lenehan, gasping at each stretch.

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there is Pasta beginning to sing.

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A letter from the magnificent Armado.

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Say, when shall mortal joy endure?

Story 1,868

Could my courage find fresh life!

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We will match loyalty with loyalty.

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Forty-one thousand and five hundred.

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Maud, Bridget, Marian, Cicely, Gillian, Jen!

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Temple thanked him for the compliment.

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If Mother would only come now!

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“I have examined him, my dear.”

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To battle drug abuse and AIDS.

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Gerald also came for a drink.

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That is not true, my lady!

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Where should they be set else?

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they never let go, these islanders!

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Compelled to give up their plunder.

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“Yes, but fix upon something positive.”

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The supreme floating visions are abject.

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DAW: Is this gentleman-like, sir?

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The screen still goes, as before.

Story 1,885

Now, lord have mercy upon me!

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Why, how now, sons and brother!

Story 1,887

Even Varenka struck her as different.

Story 1,888

I want to get some dinner.

Story 1,889

Who told you of this Stranger?

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SOLOMON, King, author, musician, builder, benedict.

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He sighed and raised his hand.

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Later.–He has come and gone.

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At that I once more stopped.

Story 1,894

The whole day had been hot.

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Revolution and regicide a grand thing?…

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But it will cause great consternation.

Story 1,897

Hareton, get forwards with the lass.

Story 1,898

Turn up like a bad penny.

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I cannot sense your meaning sometimes.

Story 1,900

“A murder do you call it?”

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What noise, what shriek is this?

Story 1,902

But pray what smell is that?

Story 1,903

G. A hundred and twenty years.

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–So put on, my brave boy!

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La comtesse demeura sombre et pensive.

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If he does, viva to him!

Story 1,907

We clambered up through the hole.

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What can be said for it.

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I went to see Sir Wm.

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Is this your end and aim?

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None can meddle with us there!

Story 1,912

Fionn went on his travels again.

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The republicans are beasts with feathers.

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What facilities of transit were desirable?

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To John Patterson, forty-six dollars.

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cried he, slashing at my cudgel.

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and again my raiment underwent scrutiny.

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Is thy newes good or bad?

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It was nine feet in length.

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“There has been no battle, then?”

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The prophet always granted their petition.

Story 1,922

was not that a dying groan?

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Why do you kneel to me?

Story 1,924

Are you much acquainted with Mr.

Story 1,925

Page, I pray you pardon me.

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Only tell me where you live.

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One tap, and they are free.

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I dived into a furze dell.

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But Siddhartha cared little about this.

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Richard gave his lungs loud play.

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at the top of his voice.

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The Tory stares as one bereft.

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The Indian still paced his room.

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What do you consider me, sir?

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What else was to be expected?

Story 1,936

Say that I said so.–Farewell.

Story 1,937

It was finally decided at Lepanto.

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So we rested and refreshed ourselves.

Story 1,939

Why are diamonds high in price?

Story 1,940

Bad as a row with Molly.

Story 1,941

When he asked, he was refused.

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Kiomi turned sharp round to me.

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and is my sonne gone too?

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Napoleon gazed silently in that direction.

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I took to him at once.

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Nothing good can come from them.

Story 1,949

The children became silent and thoughtful.

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Charles I. king of Naples, dies.

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The Dame shall expose her confusions.

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And there goes his eighty thousand!

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And indeed he is half-dead.

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Yes, Socrates; necessity will compel him.

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I struck better than I knew!

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And he said: Take them alive.

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He conceived a horror of himself.

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Soon after this Frank left him.

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Have I made you no returns?

Story 1,960

I believe you love her, dear.

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She obstinately refused to touch it.

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’So I am, but take that.

Story 1,963

With a message to His Majesty.

Story 1,964

Did he not betray the conspirators?

Story 1,965

“How can you believe all that?”

Story 1,966

“This visit is a high solemnity.”

Story 1,967

Patrick Keith, Clerk, F.L.S.

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She knew Platte and liked him.

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Nekhludoff, tired and indifferent, followed him.

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said Master Freddie, fumbling with it.

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He rose; then sat down again.

Story 1,972

O, long expected by thy friends!

Story 1,973

“It was clamped to the floor.”

Story 1,974

The arrangement afterwards proved very successful.

Story 1,975

I believe only in normal causes.

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Help the boy–that I understand.

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Is it true too, think you?

Story 1,978

New, white curtains, stiff and shiny!

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Your breeches best may carry them.

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The fairest grant is the necessity.

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What, if we delay till Christmas?

Story 1,982

A deal too stout, my dear!

Story 1,983

might have betrayed him to another.

Story 1,984

The Roman raised his head, surprised.

Story 1,985

Yes, the next sleeper back does.

Story 1,986

That was before you were born.

Story 1,987

Sir, March is wasted fifteen days.

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She always does at a spark.

Story 1,989

Is justice therefore various or mutable?

Story 1,990

I only make two observations beforehand.

Story 1,991

And you really miss me, Doady?

Story 1,992

What do you prate of service?

Story 1,993

They make my head ache so.

Story 1,994

Another night on that crazy stool!

Story 1,995

“Why, where ever did you go?”

Story 1,996

Perhaps you did not like it?

Story 1,997

A church at Milan, see pp.

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Was it drugged–that last bottle?

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Can you play on the piano?

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His harangue was not very long.

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I was there in the shrubbery.

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What took you into the rain?

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He was a kite-livered captain.

Story 2,004

Chris stops for a second–volubly.

Story 2,005

“What did she say to you?”

Story 2,006

His expression dashes me a little.

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’Captain Marsett: will be Sir Edward.

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I can hardly write for laughing.

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How shall we live without, Dora?

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’They are not aware of it.

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Ever, as long as you live?

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Posson dire lo stesso i preti?".

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and he seemed lost in thought.

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Verily my heart was with thee.

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Now it will be all right!

Story 2,016

’You impose too much on them.

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Gudrun paddled aimlessly here and there.

Story 2,018

Palfrey, History of New England, ii.

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Can I merit it by deeds?

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I sinned against you this afternoon.

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I see you think it abominable.

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Story 2,025

“The folk on the country-side.”

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But she mused over it still.

Story 2,027

She presently gave me my cue.

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Indeed thou art a froward boy!

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Thou wilt be faithful, little Charles?

Story 2,030

“Perhaps it was for the best.”

Story 2,031

The heaven-born knows all things.

Story 2,032

But his end was already come.

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’What do you think of it?

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And here he comes, by Jupiter!

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Story 2,036

I know all sorts of things.

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’Tis merely unction to the exile.

Story 2,038

Do the boys carry it away?

Story 2,039

Sir Charles was bland, but peremptory.

Story 2,040

Let me go for a doctor.

Story 2,041

I am impatient of my tarriance.

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With religion education was also proscribed.

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Enter Cleopater, Charmian, Iras, and Alexas.

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There is something sinister in you …

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Story 2,046

It most give me the fantods.

Story 2,047

(To the CONSPIRATORS, rushing upon GIANETTINO.

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he said in a deprecating way.

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She had inflammation of the lungs.

Story 2,050

It was the midwife who spoke.

Story 2,051

Sir, make me not your story.

Story 2,052

Why dost thou not stir, puppet?

Story 2,053

Newman Noggs was the sole actor.

Story 2,054

She carries death within her heart!

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Story 2,056

There were four feet unaccounted for.

Story 2,057

Lady Jocelyn returned to her place.

Story 2,058

War is the province of chance.

Story 2,059

But I did not laugh aloud.

Story 2,060

Ursula looked up in some bewilderment.

Story 2,061

Now strike up your music, fellow!

Story 2,062

he said, smiling and getting up.

Story 2,063

“’Why, when the body is putrefying?”

Story 2,064

Tommy–that was all that mattered.

Story 2,065

“Not just at present, my Lady.”

Story 2,066

He is a very proper man.

Story 2,067

The other two avenge this blow.

Story 2,068

Berg gave his arm to Vera.

Story 2,069

He speaks out of a fortification.

Story 2,070

“The billiard-marker and the other?”

Story 2,071

But it was some time coming.

Story 2,072

He knows her brother-in-law.

Story 2,073

And I was right, he said.

Story 2,074

“Why, is it hid all around?”

Story 2,075

“Signior Donatio, what does this mean?”

Story 2,076

At this stage an incident happened.

Story 2,077

Compel him to come on shore.

Story 2,078

And Marigold is my second self.

Story 2,079

“’”What are we to do, then?

Story 2,080

“What are you doing now then?”

Story 2,081

Look, Axel, and admire it all.

Story 2,082

how does your majesty relish this?

Story 2,083

Quite sure you can stand it?

Story 2,084

A fine lad, a fine lad!

Story 2,085

said Miss Trevanion, turning to me.

Story 2,086

Give me the fidgets to look.

Story 2,087

“So that is true, is it?”

Story 2,088

I wish I had the chance!

Story 2,089

Gladden our father–follow our example!

Story 2,090

Provided he attends to his functions!

Story 2,091

Where the sun in silence rests.

Story 2,092

They have a horror of rats.

Story 2,093

By Allah, he deserveth all this!

Story 2,094

say which way can we proceed?

Story 2,095

“And you have mine moderately expressed.”

Story 2,096

Blood pheasant, number of spurs in.

Story 2,097

And yet it is the law.

Story 2,098

Tell me if you love me!

Story 2,099

Their veil is of woven night.

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He flew off in a cloud.

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here is the first fruits thereof.

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Mamma had expired in terrible agonies.

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Sir Christopher, is that your man?

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At what craft art thou crafty?

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“You are awfully white, dear uncle.”

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I want to see the man.

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And how sweet my Varenka is!

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They are men of high courage.

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But how has he pushed in?

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“Oh, about five or six times.”

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Palaeornis, sexual differences of colour in.

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replied Mrs. Bolter, extending her hand.

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I have given my word to.

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The deliberations were moderate but inconclusive.

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A laugh came into her eyes.

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He is a lamb by nature.

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But I am my own agent.

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–I beg your parsnips, says Alf.

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But what has been the consequence?

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Let us obey the sun blindly.

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Come out of the way, Prendick!

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That is why you misjudge women.

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qui se brisait dans leurs sanglots.

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Here the grandest operas are produced.

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In whose garden did they bloom?

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– they are a little queer, eh?

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Have you any sense at all?

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Two or three months at most.

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Oh, his mother–his poor mother!

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What is the matter, little fellow?

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The charm of Tennyson is twofold.

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So he gone, I to bed.

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It must and shall be so.

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Let us recall the exact facts.

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you must be hooded, must you?

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Marguerite did not trust her ears.

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“That is more than your duty.”

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Now do not misunderstand this letter.

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Suppose her mother refrained from coming?

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Or their skirt behind, placket unhooked.

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“The communicating door was kept closed?”

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They should know their places then.

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–Strange but true, Martin Cunningham added.

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What are you to live on?

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It was over; they were relieved.

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She is out of the market.

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Falseron was daunted at this blow.

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Et tu, Brute?– Then fall, Caesar!

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It is her doing, I suppose.

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They gave Prince Andrew some tea.

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In Mexico pyramids were found everywhere.

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I am listening to you, papa.

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So you met my poor Crossjay?

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It is, answered he, from Paris.

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Yet scarce wilt thou do this.

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With a great cry of JESUS!

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Then came the battle of Zutphen.

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and he came to it again.

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Sparrow and the Peacock, The, iii.

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The little princess entered the room.

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[Exeunt all but QUESTENBERG and OCTAVIO.

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But there is this marked difference.

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They depute it to certain officials.

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Amelia drew a sigh of relief.

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“You are a fool, M. Baptistin.”

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Why give you me this shame?

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Hatim Tai; his Generosity after Death .

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The ocean is a rough Alcestis.

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“Halloo, there, Grimaud, Olivain, and Blaisois!”

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Think not I am a woman.

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Tell me this: who begot thee?

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But, like Jenny in the ballad .

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I felt a melting in me.

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Investing soundly must preclude spending wastefully.

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One word more, I beseech you.

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King Philip, listen to the cardinal.

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And I must seek for mine.

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Then he rings again three times.

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“Do it with me, then, dear.”

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She had never seen him cry.

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We are used to it now.

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He wanted no more of them.

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The Order of the Templars abolished.

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I thought he said as much?

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He attributed it to a cold.

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be content, what do you mean?

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La Banban mendiait, Ã cette heure!

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Renee looked up at him once.

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Comfort was left behind at Nikko!

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“We must then pass over them.”

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I cannot tell what it means.

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You are going to New York?

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You know what became of them.

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A raindrop spat on his hat.

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Meantime the fugitives continued their journey.

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VOLP: Dear Mosca, shall I hope?

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This discrepancy may be thus explained.

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Appointed musician to the royal household.

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.That is, a fruitful, plentiful land.

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MOS: Do you observe that, sir?

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I wish you to hev it.

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Nay, do not turn, but answer.

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I soon shall reach the moon.

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The gold brow plumbs the blue.

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And now no more of this.

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“But if I am not hungry?”

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The domesticated generations fell from him.

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Who had darted that stone lance?

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On Friday I forged a cheque.

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Both had turned murderers through drunkenness.

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They went out one by one.

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You have regularly given me up.

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O memories that bless and burn!

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THAT I will never consent to.

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And what is it to be?

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he was asked by his neighbour.

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She called Shrew, and he failed.

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Rejoice and laud the prospering skies!

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It was a hot July day.

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Philip was irritated by the lecture.

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Why did she stick to me?

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“Et habet tristis quoque turba cinaedos.”

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And he offered him his hand.

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And the same of all things.

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The Duke paced on in silence.

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Bequests also: to the P.P.

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We miss him at our councils.

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.I hear the slap of saddles.

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I do not defend my plan.

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But most men know not this.

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said Dick, pointing towards the Marchioness.

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Sir, are not you my Father?

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message,–which interpreted means: C.Q.

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She counted on his coming back?

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So thought Richard for a space.

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It is then no longer justice.

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Nothing could stop that mad rush.

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They advanced upon the supposed enemy.

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The Duke slightly inclined his head.

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’Body and soul, it must be!

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The old fellow shrugged his shoulders.

Story 2,245

A.C. Acta causa, Alins civis.

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that of the officers of police.

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ALL: Yes, forward on the foe!

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“I confess he asked me none.”

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“I thought I heard a cry.”

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I want news of New York.

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Gentlemen, will you go muster men?

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You must be suffering frightful pain.

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Dear me, you are a fool.

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not by words but by force.

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Tom winced, and dropped his eyes.

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I am a bastard, am I?

Story 2,257

I never disbelieved in your honesty.

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What a situation am I in!

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You know, then, who is meant?

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GONFALIONIER, standard-bearer, chief magistrate, etc.

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The groom cried aloud for help.

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An example will make this clearer.

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But Mr. Tibbets politely declined it.

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–As-tu quelquefois bu du sang?

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He well remembered that seven afterwards.

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They had the cheek, them frauds!

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–Very much so, professor MacHugh said.

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You seem a respectable young feller.

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’Anything on earth of my own.

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You go to seek the duke?

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my lord, my love, my friend!

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MOOR.–Yes truly; that is all.

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And he shall increase glory, etc.

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Etruscan vaults are of two kinds.

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At this Mrs. Berry came forward.

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Was all well with the King?

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Now, do it look like it?

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A city is given to Josue.

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“And how long ago was that?”

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VOLP: Am I then like him?

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It is the hour of midnight.

Story 2,283

Seen young blighted Albert anywhere, Freddy?

Story 2,284

H. W. HALLECK, General-in-Chief.

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“Perhaps through my living too long.”

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is there no king in thee?

Story 2,287

Mrs. Primmins trembled like a leaf.

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said Pierre, with a forced smile.

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Clifford, devise excuses for thy faults.

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But wherefore thus of guiltlessness debate?

Story 2,291

Except you eat–and drink, etc.

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In everything but in loving Benedick.

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The wine ebbed, and the laughter.

Story 2,294

He was a most disconcerting nigger.

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You can provide for her now.

Story 2,296

“Would your dog go with him?”

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Besides, you are my age-mate.

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Speak, how can I reward thee?

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By heart and in heart, boy.

Story 2,300

“Can you find the way, Tom?”

Story 2,301

For whom should I do it?

Story 2,302

“Now, what is it, poor Jane?”

Story 2,303

’Well, I hope not, my dear.

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But she did not answer him.

Story 2,305

One of my most devoted admirers.

Story 2,306

Lachesis, one of the three fates.

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He is your husband, Mrs. Berry.

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But the agony was soon over.

Story 2,309

They much resembled their Montagnais kindred.

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They walked down to the sea.

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At least, in my old capacity.

Story 2,312

His friend saw him look out.

Story 2,313

Take my cards, you are lucky.

Story 2,314

I call it the Branciani dress.

Story 2,315

Follow me; thou shalt serve me.

Story 2,316

The Lord has spoken to Malachi.

Story 2,317

Some one over there plays beautifully.

Story 2,318

So much could not be gainsaid.

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Give us a light there, ho!

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What love of thine own kind?

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Come and help us to rejoice.

Story 2,323

Art thou coming from these places?

Story 2,324

There was no trouble in returning.

Story 2,325

The guard evidently heard the noise.

Story 2,326

His eyes were literally on fire.

Story 2,327

These things are only a beginning.

Story 2,328

Turenne is to be his general.

Story 2,329

They had gone to the bank!

Story 2,330

You must listen to me first.

Story 2,331

Tis hushed and all is still!

Story 2,332

Carrie heard this with genuine sorrow.

Story 2,333

[STAUFFACHER makes a sign to him.

Story 2,334

Everything went right till lunch-time.

Story 2,335

Mr. Fenellan made it completely so.

Story 2,336

The second was about his estates.

Story 2,337

Gavroche immediately began to take observations.

Story 2,338

“Then you will dispute the more.”

Story 2,339

’Is Mr. Steerforth coming from Oxford?

Story 2,340

At last this long night passed.

Story 2,341

But–the man in the train.

Story 2,342

Where is Deiphobus, where Asius gone?

Story 2,343

“Do you know anything of him?”

Story 2,344

Why dost thou ask my name?

Story 2,345

He changes the tone of Scripture.

Story 2,346

I was beginning to doubt Margaret!

Story 2,347

Fashions, long prevalence of, among savages.

Story 2,348

Even now she did not flinch.

Story 2,349

But my name certainly is John.

Story 2,350

Hyperythra, proportion of the sexes in.

Story 2,351

Do you hear, do you hear?

Story 2,352

We must pack up and depart.

Story 2,353

Otter grew rather tired of standing.

Story 2,354

You know my life at home.

Story 2,355

I shall be stunk to death!

Story 2,356

“And whither go we, my father?”

Story 2,357

Raskolnikov cried sharply and with heat.

Story 2,358

[KENNEDY retires with signs of wonder.

Story 2,359

I am nothing of the sort.

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No authority in your own diocese!

Story 2,362

It was just half-past eleven.

Story 2,363

“Yes, you can listen to me.”

Story 2,364

usher in, herald, premise, announce; lower.

Story 2,365

She casts no imputation on me.

Story 2,366

Your excellency is safe and sound?

Story 2,367

“Then you shall likewise know why.”

Story 2,368

Black, forsooth, coal-black as jet.

Story 2,369

My imagination was a tarnished mirror.

Story 2,370

Begin by telling me one thing.

Story 2,371

“And what were the two lines?”

Story 2,372

The arch itself tends to fall.

Story 2,373

They changed clothes at the cottage.

Story 2,374

Strange how they take to me.

Story 2,375

MOR: Good sir, let me escape.

Story 2,376

What shall we hear of this?

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Story 2,378

–Milk for the pussens, he said.

Story 2,379

Why do you say more often?

Story 2,380

Not if she gave up marrying?

Story 2,381

You were born upon a Wednesday?

Story 2,382

Had you not thought of that?

Story 2,383

What is the life of man!

Story 2,384

Let him not leave thee, sister!

Story 2,385

Zazen and the Forgetting of Self.

Story 2,386

How can you care for me?

Story 2,387

“Is she lively–is she glad?”

Story 2,388

Napoleon met Balashev cheerfully and amiably.

Story 2,389

You shall take it back again!

Story 2,390

Did they sacrifice to God here?

Story 2,391

’And mine is about the smallest.

Story 2,392

“Be satisfied; I promise you that.”

Story 2,393

The woman laughed, screamed with laughter!

Story 2,394

You are his servant, his bondslave.

Story 2,395

That was what brought me out.

Story 2,396

“He had died some months before.”

Story 2,397

One can live a life anywhere.

Story 2,398

Accept my compliments on your acquisition.

Story 2,399

“You say he never mentioned us?”

Story 2,400

monsieur, I will not allow that.

Story 2,401

[Snatching a weapon and killing one.

Story 2,402

To whom have we been faithless?

Story 2,403

He assumed a flattering wheedling tone.

Story 2,404

said Squeers, with a diabolical grin.

Story 2,405

’You might have applied to me.

Story 2,406

Stand close, I heare them comming.

Story 2,407

Tarzan did not attempt to escape.

Story 2,408

Grace could not answer a word.

Story 2,409

Bhringa, disc-formed tail-feathers of.

Story 2,410

Arthur says I am getting fat.

Story 2,411

Welcome to Stirling towers, fair maid!

Story 2,412

We will read it, I sweare.

Story 2,413

You were too quick about her.

Story 2,414

He, too, sat down and howled.

Story 2,415

Yes, he said, they are opposites.

Story 2,416

I am joyful of your sights.

Story 2,417

It was there he must dig.

Story 2,418

Go thou to East, I West.

Story 2,419

One sees it after the event.

Story 2,420

I could not, on my honor.

Story 2,421

You shall not eat with blood.

Story 2,422

At that moment Julius rejoined him.

Story 2,423

“The Canon pervades our whole world.”

Story 2,424

Physically speaking, we can not separate.

Story 2,425

Make that plain, I pray you!

Story 2,426

Issue was joined in an instant.

Story 2,427

The Doctor nodded his benevolent head.

Story 2,428

Story 2,429

It made it all so simple.

Story 2,430

But, Frank, where will you live?

Story 2,431

You may do, then, in time.

Story 2,432

Might this be for you, sir?

Story 2,433

The police have been sent for.

Story 2,434

Where did you meet Alexey Alexandrovitch?

Story 2,435

He reflected and repeated his encomium.

Story 2,436

He was extremely civil to me.

Story 2,437

“Why do you not seek revenge?”

Story 2,438

What my old worshipfull old master?

Story 2,439

I must tell you…no, you.

Story 2,440

Such were the shepherds of Judea!

Story 2,441

Is it true too, think you?

Story 2,442

That day he forgot to dine.

Story 2,443


Story 2,444

Dii tibi divitias dederant, artemque fruendi.

Story 2,445

Did you ever hear such folly?

Story 2,446

He put two and two together.

Story 2,447

The surgeons could do no more.

Story 2,448

[She leads him to the corpse.

Story 2,449

MAV: Now out upon them, informers!

Story 2,450

We waited to hear no more.

Story 2,451

I am aweary, and would rest.

Story 2,452

I saved myself by a miracle.

Story 2,453

After dinner to talk and laugh.

Story 2,454

You are welcome home, my lord.

Story 2,455

.The whale or some sea monster.

Story 2,456

Simonov, I saw you had money.

Story 2,457

Now fie upon these upstart heretics.

Story 2,458

Mr Gresham; it is no nonsense.

Story 2,459

Three of the eggs were addled.

Story 2,460

One word had calmed the waves.

Story 2,461

Here Pulcheria Alexandrovna began to cry.

Story 2,462

was her comment upon his remark.

Story 2,463

I have seen her since that.

Story 2,464

Four happy instead of two miserable.

Story 2,465

You knew him, did you not?

Story 2,466

Was not my Dapper here yet?

Story 2,467

“Oh, she thinks me too meek?”

Story 2,468

Oh yes!–I thought you knew.

Story 2,469

I have all my old motive.

Story 2,470

Albert Styvens was consumed with joy.

Story 2,471

Lady Charlotte sprang unassisted to hers.

Story 2,472

said Naumann, in a hopeful tone.

Story 2,473

While youth my veins yet fills!

Story 2,474

Somebody else said it was Copperfield.

Story 2,475

I am quite used to it.

Story 2,476

Now all were for the King.

Story 2,477

Our hour is half-past six.

Story 2,478

I made no attempt to move.

Story 2,479

Mary, you are a beautiful drawer.

Story 2,480

“I think you have said all.”

Story 2,481

Upon what are its bases grounded?

Story 2,482

Various barbaric dynasties succeeded each other.

Story 2,483

’She always admires you on horseback.

Story 2,484

The man must be a gentleman.

Story 2,485

Emilia came in from the garden.

Story 2,486

’He has the art of sneering.

Story 2,487

And I staid in the fields!

Story 2,488

They took therefore the stone away.

Story 2,489

What can have become of him?

Story 2,490

look to those handspikes, my hearties.

Story 2,491

I–wanted you to marry Mr.

Story 2,492

This is the way with women!

Story 2,493

the king: Why did he come?

Story 2,494

“I shall still have my place.”

Story 2,495

How late you are to-day.

Story 2,496

And thus all is happily over.

Story 2,497

The opportunity however was not taken.

Story 2,498

“You have no need of money?”

Story 2,499

“Yes, my lord; that is all.”

Story 2,500

In the water he found her.

Story 2,501

replied the old man with unction.

Story 2,502

And thus farre I confirme you.

Story 2,503

A person must have some compensations.

Story 2,504

“May I go with you, Mary?”

Story 2,505

It could happen in an instant.

Story 2,506

’Whom else have I to love?

Story 2,507

He did not dare curse aloud.

Story 2,508

By heaven, it was mine, though!

Story 2,509

But even this is not all.

Story 2,510

Now is that true or not?

Story 2,511

Thinks go too contrary with me.

Story 2,512

What shapes of sky or plain?

Story 2,513

Lady Caroline uttered a wordless sound.

Story 2,514

Ham, dear, try to help me!

Story 2,515

I can take a chair, though.

Story 2,516

I took her to my house.

Story 2,517

Why do you send so thicke?

Story 2,518

The door was closed and locked.

Story 2,519

At that moment the knocking ceased.

Story 2,520

It appeared that in N. lat.

Story 2,521

steel rails, and is well ballasted.

Story 2,522

Thrice, Aeschylus, thrice art thou smitten!

Story 2,523

Ask of me anything you wish!

Story 2,524

indeed, he excelleth in this art.

Story 2,525

The room was, therefore, dimly dark.

Story 2,526

The gods look down upon us.

Story 2,527

How far he could not guess.

Story 2,528

This time she understood it all.

Story 2,529

I asked him what that meant?

Story 2,530

sad partner of the general care.

Story 2,531

The sentence quoted above from VI.

Story 2,532

Vous donnez le fouet au monde.

Story 2,533

“De Wardes cannot boast of anything.”

Story 2,534

“I did not say an hyperbola.”

Story 2,535

The chances were always against catastrophes.

Story 2,536

asked Sir Mulberry, with a laugh.

Story 2,537

Presently a young small curate entered.

Story 2,538

The question had to be repeated.

Story 2,539

“A man who would sooner, oh!”

Story 2,540

And they came and were baptized.

Story 2,541

I wish your welfare, my brother.

Story 2,542

Then I must not say, no.

Story 2,543

“You are mistaken, indeed you are.”

Story 2,544

Thus, we conceive, the schoolmen acted.

Story 2,545

He thought the season insufficiently advanced.

Story 2,546

I will now go to Isaac.

Story 2,547

CROSS AND PILE, heads and tails.

Story 2,548

She makes her living by journalism.

Story 2,549

But I must have some money.

Story 2,550

’We have the people behind us.

Story 2,551

We now come to the Royalists.

Story 2,552

Could you imagine such a thing?

Story 2,553

I will introduce you to her.

Story 2,554

I will take care of myself.

Story 2,555

’Not the least in the world.

Story 2,556

This fellow approaches as he speaks.

Story 2,557

I had acted hastily towards him.

Story 2,558

“Go to Mr. Richard again, Berry.”

Story 2,559

“But the present was so expensive.”

Story 2,560

and consequent damage to the crops.

Story 2,561

you have gone far, far astray!

Story 2,562

“Why do you ask me now?”

Story 2,563

What counterfeit did I give you?

Story 2,564

is in favour of the masters.

Story 2,565

Enter Somerset, with Drumme and Colours.

Story 2,566

Here the alcalde became violently incensed.

Story 2,567

Are the Dedlocks down here, Lawrence?

Story 2,568

I mean real, rewarding, permanent jobs.

Story 2,569

–Did you hear what I said?

Story 2,570

Only just one little minute, Jude?

Story 2,571

It is chiefly used for birding.

Story 2,572

“What do you thank me for?”

Story 2,573

With them they will be unnecessary.

Story 2,574

“There, Ernest, do you hear that?”

Story 2,575

A word as to my circumstances.

Story 2,576

I have made ready for you.

Story 2,577

Extremely, sir, but for the rain.

Story 2,578

And they ascribe daughters unto God!

Story 2,579

It was there he must dig.

Story 2,580

See the Theodosian Code, l. xvi.

Story 2,581

Thou hast gained thy point, Octavio!

Story 2,582

Mrs. Sockley showed a serious face.

Story 2,583

That course I propose to pursue.

Story 2,584

Obed begot Jehu, Jehu begot Azarias.

Story 2,585

“Yet I must know his name.”

Story 2,586

She wants some brandy and water!

Story 2,587

Why, they would have it so!

Story 2,588

I am ready to meet tomorrow.

Story 2,589

He was obliged to be silent.

Story 2,590

This office has long been vacant.

Story 2,591

“Because you are looking at her.”

Story 2,592

Jane took one more long look.

Story 2,593

Well, what are you smiling at?

Story 2,594

He was silent for a while.

Story 2,595

I am curious to hear it.

Story 2,596

If only I could get downstairs!

Story 2,597

He went with a fluttering heart.

Story 2,598

It asked for no new experience.

Story 2,599

BERNHARDT, Sarah, an ancient French actress.

Story 2,600

Go and comfort her, you rascal.

Story 2,601

After a few steps she halted.

Story 2,602

Enter Caesar with his Army, marching.

Story 2,603

Pharisees–that is to say, friars.

Story 2,604

What he could do he did.

Story 2,605

Just then Zherkov entered the room.

Story 2,606

But if it is not so—-.

Story 2,607

None of my party was injured.

Story 2,608

[Exeunt KING, LORDS, Music, and Attendants.

Story 2,609

I will not tell you now.

Story 2,610

“How did you know about Colin?”

Story 2,611

You CAN get rid of me.

Story 2,612

I will communicate with you daily.

Story 2,613

Hester Prynne, therefore, did not flee.

Story 2,614

Certainly then we had forgotten it.

Story 2,615

“Asraf-el-Kaum, be not disturbed.”

Story 2,616

They only just miss being cannibals.

Story 2,617

Why shouldst thou leave us now?

Story 2,618

He hit upon an excellent one.

Story 2,619

“One of our bonds becomes due.”

Story 2,620

Evan thought he knew the voice.

Story 2,621

No, that would be too cunning!

Story 2,622

Ferguson.–Reply of the Savant Koner.

Story 2,623

Scarce had he spoke, when, lo!

Story 2,624

I have not been down there.

Story 2,625

Who turned up that bed there?

Story 2,626

And what is that to you?

Story 2,627

they were best gone for awhile.

Story 2,628

In fact, rather the other way.

Story 2,629

He fears nothing, even at night.

Story 2,630

“Complaint of the Death of Pity.”

Story 2,631

How is it you know everything?

Story 2,632

“I am going there also, madame.”

Story 2,633

One of the old sweet songs.

Story 2,634

The whole community is in confusion.

Story 2,635

But, how much of the Future?

Story 2,636

’Freedom of thought, for one thing.

Story 2,637

“No, Sir Francis; it was foreseen.”

Story 2,638

Let us go into the house.

Story 2,639

They were almost afraid to speak.

Story 2,640

relieve us from this torment: see!

Story 2,641

said March, finding words at last.

Story 2,642

Well, our guessing was no use.

Story 2,643

Nor ought Mrs. Bast to starve.

Story 2,644

Freshfield paused for a potent stroke.

Story 2,645

“And how is your wife, Crickledon?”

Story 2,646

When did Fiesco visit you last?

Story 2,647

this parting strikes poor lovers dumb.

Story 2,648

Stand close, I heare them comming.

Story 2,649

“Not a word on the subject!”

Story 2,650

I shall forget your very name!

Story 2,651

she cried, with a proper spirit.

Story 2,652

For, I stood shaking my head.

Story 2,653

But Jesus said: Let her alone.

Story 2,654

I hope you are the same.

Story 2,655

alive and so bold, O Earth?

Story 2,656

FIRST WATCH: The offence complained of?

Story 2,657

“’Thank you, sir; you are good.”

Story 2,658

But what folly am I about!

Story 2,659

– is not his name Monte Cristo?

Story 2,660

Carter did not know the shopgirl.

Story 2,661

What would you have me credit?

Story 2,662

It was then time to start.

Story 2,663

“We want to help, we women.”

Story 2,664

’They do: like the sea-birds.

Story 2,665

His attentions seemed out of place.

Story 2,666

He had forgotten Lady Caroline completely.

Story 2,667

And that, and that, and that!

Story 2,668

“Would you not trust the Cavalcanti?”

Story 2,669

Why this is worse than all.

Story 2,670

This is not a new proposition.

Story 2,671

Riddles, if you like, only speak.

Story 2,672

“Where are we to put him?”

Story 2,673

Would you like one, Monsieur Dufour?

Story 2,674

exclaimed the man, becoming violently angry.

Story 2,675

You are a fool; go to.

Story 2,676

He and all they said yea.

Story 2,677

.But those stories will endure forever.

Story 2,678

he asked cheerfully, when she returned.

Story 2,679

“And why do you represent providence?”

Story 2,680

Oh, you stupid tuft of feathers!

Story 2,681

What took you into the rain?

Story 2,682

You know the course is common.

Story 2,683

Bonaparte had no faith in medicine.

Story 2,684

What would you with her, Sir?

Story 2,685

Again they thought she had finished.

Story 2,686

He is both ponderous and profound.

Story 2,687

Davis and all his misled host.

Story 2,688

I am your servant, your concubine!

Story 2,689

“Interested, Mr. Mac, but hardly surprised.”

Story 2,690

Our copy was obtained from Yorkshire.

Story 2,691

That is only to be expected.

Story 2,692

We will not tarry for this.

Story 2,693

They did, but with no success.

Story 2,694

Spider, why spinnest thou around me?

Story 2,695

What are your orders about Vereshchagin?

Story 2,696

Really, your grace, I am ashamed.

Story 2,697

What a strange succession of names!

Story 2,698

Alas, thou hast misconstrued euery thing.

Story 2,699

Why, when did you come here?

Story 2,700

Her bosom rose at the word.

Story 2,701

I am a great sinner, father!

Story 2,702

He cometh therefore to Simon Peter.

Story 2,703

Katerina Ivanovna nodded towards the landlady.

Story 2,704

But to return to Messer Guido.

Story 2,705

This old gentleman, or the Baronet?

Story 2,706

Politics cannot stop to study psychology.

Story 2,707

So home again and to bed.

Story 2,708

“What did he say, Uncle Remus?”

Story 2,709

I closed the piano and returned.

Story 2,710

What draw, and talke of peace?

Story 2,711

All signs of attack had disappeared.

Story 2,712

Who is this she was like?

Story 2,713

Has she spoken of me yet?

Story 2,714

At first all went on smoothly.

Story 2,715

He spoke with rather timid discontent.

Story 2,716

I sobbed and cried most sadly.

Story 2,717

It might be the exertion likewise.

Story 2,718

Her eyelids gently lifted, asking me.

Story 2,719

filthy creature; what was the quarrel?

Story 2,720

But it can still be disbelieved.

Story 2,721

You are just like a schoolboy.

Story 2,722

You shall see me no more!

Story 2,723

And why does he behave so?

Story 2,724

To look; a look at something.

Story 2,725


Story 2,726

Ernest Defarge, wine-vendor of St.

Story 2,727

Did he not send you twaine?

Story 2,728

I knew how it would be.

Story 2,729

That brought him to his senses.

Story 2,730

Yes, by the Duke of Buckingham.

Story 2,731

The murderers thought he was dead.

Story 2,732

Then there are the Blake Forsters.

Story 2,733

The family vault–the family vault.

Story 2,734

The enemy is all around us.

Story 2,735

I pray thee, hold me excused.

Story 2,736

men being sick, or provisions lacking.

Story 2,737

’But piecemeal, in extension, so slowly.

Story 2,738

What else should you call me?

Story 2,739

Sprinkle with sugar, and serve hot.

Story 2,740

How fares my lord?–Help, lords!

Story 2,741

But somehow I grew merry again.

## Story 2,742
Where are you, my lady Haughty?

Story 2,743

A cry escaped from the audience.

Story 2,744

Art thou coming from these places?

Story 2,745

“Since the last day of January.”

Story 2,746

“Because of the divorce, I suppose?”

Story 2,747

Outline the existing distribution of wealth.

Story 2,748

Yes, sir; does that astonish you?

Story 2,749

Good-by, and God bless you.

Story 2,750

I certainly will not do so.

Story 2,751

“All out of doors are there.”

Story 2,752

Ye shall have no other gods.

Story 2,753

[Footnote: Colonial Records, vol vi., p.

Story 2,754

I beg you to do so.

Story 2,755

look to those handspikes, my hearties.

Story 2,756

How now should I curse them?

Story 2,757

cried Mazarin, with well acted surprise.

Story 2,758

I will tell him nothing else.

Story 2,759

The old moon asked the three.

Story 2,760

But–the man in the train.

Story 2,761

What a darling that girl is!

Story 2,762

How do you do, Dmitri Ivanovitch?

Story 2,763

Porthos was the first to speak.

Story 2,764

“But we must have a mill.”

Story 2,765

Everybody seemed to be in it!

Story 2,766

I deserve two minutes of blessedness.

Story 2,767

Paul shook his brown curls gravely.

Story 2,768

Turning frank loving into subtle fencing!

Story 2,769

“To be sure, to be sure.”

Story 2,770

I was born in that house.

Story 2,771

Danceth he merry, that is mirtheless?

Story 2,772

Lucius, what do we meet together?

Story 2,773

’Do you hear the gentleman, Charlotte?

Story 2,774


Story 2,775

for God will surely take revenge.

Story 2,776

You just keep mum about it.

Story 2,777

’Not less than three, I fear.

Story 2,778

Nunquam vero species ab utilitate dividitur.

Story 2,779

A mysterious stranger, upon my soul!

Story 2,780

To eat, true sense: to devour.

Story 2,781

Von Koeldwethout never saw it again.

Story 2,782

And of course it is hopeless.

Story 2,783

Pope Clement V. See Canto XXVII.

Story 2,784

Hippolyte, reflecting, rolled his stupid eyes.

Story 2,785

see when a man has grace!

Story 2,786

One of us must marry well.

Story 2,787

“Honorable intentions with such a face!”

Story 2,788

ekiri, to set out, to start.

Story 2,789

Athos bowed and prepared to leave.

Story 2,790

But immediately she began to retract.

Story 2,791

said Gudrun, looking calmly at Gerald.

Story 2,792

The Twentieth Night of the Month.

Story 2,793

The girl never forgot the stranger.

Story 2,794

“I am unfortunate in doing so.”

Story 2,795

Whittington gave her an ugly glance.

Story 2,796

When are you to be married?

Story 2,797

“Then we may form our opinion?”

Story 2,798

“Not the least in the worid.”

Story 2,799

Levin saw that he still hoped.

Story 2,800

They lived a long time ago.

Story 2,801

This is not what you want.

Story 2,802

Shall I help you here too?

Story 2,803

Let me go for a doctor.

Story 2,804

we came too on the Lard.

Story 2,805

It sorts well with your fiercenesse.

Story 2,806

This was told to the King.

Story 2,807

Twas but a word or two.

Story 2,808

And often it is so used.

Story 2,809

“He let me look at him.”

Story 2,810

He did not answer a word.

Story 2,811

’That would be a step backward.

Story 2,812

You are not worse, are you?

Story 2,813

Gudrun paddled aimlessly here and there.

Story 2,814

“Monsieur, I cannot; I have occupations.”

Story 2,815

Now it will be all right!

Story 2,816

They scaled the phaeton and drove.

Story 2,817

What life was that I lived?

Story 2,818

The very thought drove me mad.

Story 2,819

Beyond the Square the country began.

Story 2,820

She particularly wanted to hear Caruso.

Story 2,821

See what she has come to!

Story 2,822

would you plunge us in misery?

Story 2,823

I love you more than ever.

Story 2,824

Mrs. Yeobright turned to him inquiringly.

Story 2,825

His heart leaped at the thought.

Story 2,826

May I go across with you?

Story 2,827

upon every barrel of merchantable herrings.

Story 2,828

“What art thou driving at, Sancho?”

Story 2,829

Was Madame Thenardier very far away?

Story 2,830

Delvcaem knew that he was coming.

Story 2,831

What does that tramp want, Jack?

Story 2,832

What a disgrace it all is!

Story 2,833

–A tundish, said the dean reflectively.

Story 2,834

“As well hear the town-crier!”

Story 2,835

Here is another adventure for Beowulf.

Story 2,836


Story 2,837

That are baptized for the dead.

Story 2,838

Birds possess acute powers of observation.

Story 2,839

It is mere spirit of opposition.

Story 2,840

EPI: I was about it here.

Story 2,841

Rose was in the cypress walk.

Story 2,842

AMES-ACE, lowest throw at dice.

Story 2,843

“I did not ask for it.”

Story 2,844

give him air, give him air!

Story 2,845

I killed a Buck, and J.

Story 2,846

“Was it your servant found them?”

Story 2,847

cried Noah, curling up his nose.

Story 2,848

I bless thee for it, Nell!

Story 2,849

Probably she is offended by it.

Story 2,850

said one of them to Karp.

Story 2,851

Cormac demanded of his fellow-judges.

Story 2,852

With my eyeglass in my ocular.

Story 2,853

I hardly made an answer, uncle.

Story 2,854

This seems a most profitable job.

Story 2,855

No one had noticed the wit.

Story 2,856

He has no ears for this.

Story 2,857

Flea and the Mouse, The, iii.

Story 2,858

Have YOU ever done anything, sir?

Story 2,859

Chapter XXX: Revolt Of The Goths.

Story 2,860

I would I were at home.

Story 2,861

Haue with you: fare you well.

Story 2,862

He could not have told himself.

Story 2,863

Her effort ended in a pressure.

Story 2,864

The old man no longer worked.

Story 2,865

’How could I be so cruel!

Story 2,866

On what wings dare he aspire?

Story 2,867

Why; I thought thus with myself.

Story 2,868

Wayotah has made the Tahawi tremble.

Story 2,869

Have you forgotten who I am?

Story 2,870

I know how it is worked.

Story 2,871

She closed it again without speaking.

Story 2,872

He comes of first-class stock.

Story 2,873

Troubled, Siddhartha looked to the ground.

Story 2,874

Lady, surely it came to you.

Story 2,875

no, he is not an orator.

Story 2,876

“And what effect does he produce?”

Story 2,877

and again she began to sob.

Story 2,878

’Well, what harm do they do?

Story 2,879

A clergyman like you must marry.

Story 2,880

Had to refuse the Greystones concert.

Story 2,881

Agitated and flushed she turned round.

Story 2,882

V. reduce to a square, square.

Story 2,883

Cosette struck her tiny hands together.

Story 2,884

Remarks touching herself Rhoda passed by.

Story 2,885

And so it is with hope.

Story 2,886

Muscicapa ruticilla, breeding in immature plumage.

Story 2,887

conditional, provisional, guarded, fenced, hedged in.

Story 2,888

Then he heard the word paralysis.

Story 2,889

’You will watch over her, Dartrey?

Story 2,890

which the Last Course was to.

Story 2,891

Three thousand will cover the matter.

Story 2,892

Old age came on me there.

Story 2,893

You cannot stay here any longer.

Story 2,894

Why did you cry out, Christine?

Story 2,895

Then one of the strangers spoke.

Story 2,896

Pulse accelerated at great elevations, ii.

Story 2,897

The voice of poetry was silent.

Story 2,898

Yet, if it still were possible?

Story 2,899

Eat and be merry for tomorrow.

Story 2,900

The battle was obstinate and bloody.

Story 2,901

And if so, what is it?

Story 2,902

How much money have you left?

Story 2,903

Accept my compliments on your acquisition.

Story 2,904

The young man looked mildly surprised.

Story 2,905

It was Hyperion to a satyr.

Story 2,906

I accuse nothing but his love.

Story 2,907

The bell struck a second time.

Story 2,908

–Her temper was always the same.

Story 2,909

Hence the lame and abrupt conclusion.

Story 2,910

I have been looking for you.

Story 2,911

This is only a single instance.

Story 2,912

In this guise it becomes horrible.

Story 2,913

No more but plaine and bluntly?

Story 2,914

“Perfectly; one of my dearest friends.”

Story 2,915

Grimaud seemed to him an Antinous.

Story 2,916

It is not good, O Keshav!

Story 2,917

Have YOU ever done anything, sir?

Story 2,918

It seems a hundred years ago.

Story 2,919

I felt rather disappointed with it.

Story 2,920

He also resides in a dugout.

Story 2,921

However, Mahummud Shaw penetrated his thoughts.

Story 2,922

I know nothing about an attack.

Story 2,923

“Ask my dead father that question.”

Story 2,924

His eyelids sore and bleared, viii.

Story 2,925

“The Comte de la Fere, then?”

Story 2,926

A sign that will convince you!

Story 2,927

And all my gossip is exhausted.

Story 2,928

It has the merit of brevity.

Story 2,929

And I confess I am delighted .

Story 2,930

now I shall be so wretched.

Story 2,931

no more, for it is done!

Story 2,932

What life was that I lived?

Story 2,933

And there are diversities of ministries.

Story 2,934

“Yes, yes; you are perfectly right.”

Story 2,935

Boyce lit a cigarette and laughed.

Story 2,936

’ Colonel Halkett threw his arms aloft.

Story 2,937

How soon hast thou forgotten thyself!

Story 2,938

Pratest, what say you Hugh Rebicke?

Story 2,939

This song is quoted by Farquhar.

Story 2,940

(She enters and shuts the door.

Story 2,941

A gale of wind was preparing.

Story 2,942

when did he write the letters?

Story 2,943

The settlers were overwhelmed with admiration.

Story 2,944

Unfortunately his friends could not come.

Story 2,945

Neeshneeparkkeeook gave Drewyer a good horse.

Story 2,946

Good-bye, sir–for an hour.

Story 2,947

NOTE: This edition replaced W.W.

Story 2,948

Should not the flag be dipped?

Story 2,949

Raskolnikov had no idea of laughing.

Story 2,950

Carrion-hawk, bright coloured female of.

Story 2,951

“Then what am I to do?”

Story 2,952

Diana has been a faithful friend.

Story 2,953

You have met here by appointment!

Story 2,954


Story 2,955

What about the twenty-five thousand?

Story 2,956

Please telegraph when you will leave.

Story 2,957

Thus I provide to meet contingencies.

Story 2,958

“Oh, that was it, was it?”

Story 2,959

After the death of Louis XV.

Story 2,960

gasped Marilla, hastening from the room.

Story 2,961

This is not an impossible dream.

Story 2,962

Barmby, it will be the same.

Story 2,963

’My house has not been shut.

Story 2,964

“A man dresses as he can.”

Story 2,965

“I see a difficulty in it.”

Story 2,966

We have had great annoyances there.

Story 2,967

I stood as though spat upon.

Story 2,968

or knives, which was very strange.

Story 2,969

“You will thank me – for what?”

Story 2,970

Or hear, except with the ear?

Story 2,971

The Harper on the islet beach.

Story 2,972

Do you understand anything about it?

Story 2,973

said Kennedy; and off they went.

Story 2,974

Two days later Tarzan reached Algiers.

Story 2,975

I am a poor fellow, sir.

Story 2,976

Then she began to smile slowly.

Story 2,977

Where is Shaddad son of Ad?

Story 2,978

Ghastly mother-in-law of Life!

Story 2,979

For we are saved by hope.

Story 2,980

Fearing with respect to his love.

Story 2,981

No black clouds anywhere, are there?

Story 2,982

You are a man of judgment.

Story 2,983

Hildebrand came up while he spake.

Story 2,984

That is what we had done.

Story 2,985

So I said, and kept saying.

Story 2,986


Story 2,987

Dolinka, I am so, so wretched!

Story 2,988


Story 2,989

I am perfectly honest and outspoken.

Story 2,990

And there is a second reason.

Story 2,991

there are no sick ones here.

Story 2,992

What improvements might be subsequently introduced?

Story 2,993

He was grateful for the summons.

Story 2,994

said the count with involuntary vexation.

Story 2,995

Did they thus affront their Lord?

Story 2,996

Because–it has to be so.

Story 2,997

which bewails the increase of luxury.

Story 2,998

Well, then, I will tell you.

Story 2,999

Caddy, my dear, I am ready!

Story 3,000

Believe me, Macilente, this is gospel.

Story 3,001

what an ass you are sometimes!

Story 3,002

I set this steadily before myself.

Story 3,003

No, I do not jest, MORDIEU!

Story 3,004

All my life might have been.

Story 3,005

Nothing now remained but to go!

Story 3,006

Come, come, wrestle with thy affections.

Story 3,007

We arrived in sight of Smolensk.

Story 3,008

Each way to her was shut.

Story 3,009

She never would–she never would!

Story 3,010

Are you of the unfortunate class?

Story 3,011

Where have you youngsters come from?

Story 3,012

Jacob remained there thirty-two years.

Story 3,013

Where may he be at present?

Story 3,014

and consequent damage to the crops.

Story 3,015

thou dost too much, old man.

Story 3,016

“Come, sister, let us friendship vow!”

Story 3,017

Until the accession of George III.

Story 3,018

The nearer he is, the better.

Story 3,019

“By buying and bribing the governor.”

Story 3,020

CORP. Two drachmas for the job?

Story 3,021

hail to thee, Thane of Glamis!

Story 3,022

Will you go hunt, my lord?

Story 3,023

MELICOTTON, a late kind of peach.

Story 3,024

That cuts me to the heart!

Story 3,025

Then the moon was once inhabited?

Story 3,026

What a situation am I in!

Story 3,027

Ay, tell me that, and unyoke.

Story 3,028

I entreat him to forgive me.

Story 3,029

Farm implements were few and clumsy.

Story 3,030

nothing came of the late struggle.

Story 3,031

And I am sure I am!

Story 3,032

His Golden Bride was waning fast.

Story 3,033

They sought with him to go.

Story 3,034

It was the old sad story.

Story 3,035

He did not notice any change.

Story 3,036

She looked again at the jewels.

Story 3,037

She drew nearer to the stall.

Story 3,038

Lie still and thank the Almighty.

Story 3,039

Ay, but Faustus never shall repent.

Story 3,040

He has the most delightful parties.

Story 3,041

How could he be found there?

Story 3,042

“The gun was made to conceal.”

Story 3,043

Associate of the Royal Scottish Academy.

Story 3,044

I was incapable of really choosing.

Story 3,045

Radney, I will not obey you.

Story 3,046

“Upon the knoll behind the house.”

Story 3,047

For her life, SHE COULD NOT.

Story 3,048

Why does he do so, mother?

Story 3,049

and bid you play it off.

Story 3,050

Lane figures it in M.E.

Story 3,051

They admit of no equivocal construction.

Story 3,052


Story 3,053

He gave a kind of gulp.

Story 3,054

I lay awake the whole night.

Story 3,055

Now take what cometh to thee!

Story 3,056

JANE A great deal too much!

Story 3,057

Then settling himself firmly, he listened.

Story 3,058

Good hour of night, Sir Thomas!

Story 3,059

As well as can be expected.

Story 3,060

What natures do you mean, Socrates?

Story 3,061

Oh, how horrible, take it away!

Story 3,062

–"Folly, meanness of nature, and lying.

Story 3,063

cried she, with a wild shout.

Story 3,064

The day was warm and cloudless.

Story 3,065

here is the first fruits thereof.

Story 3,066

“Call me mother now and then.”

Story 3,067

George indicated Alice with a gesture.

Story 3,068

I said, rising and facing him.

Story 3,069

Lucius, And Lucullus, two Flattering Lords.

Story 3,070

Shall I preach you a sermon?

Story 3,071

Woman is a trouble, a drug.

Story 3,072

We must not cut defense further.

Story 3,073

what a sweet smell it has!

Story 3,074

It is for you to decide.

Story 3,075

“Ah, yes, where is my sister?”

Story 3,076

And this is true to nature.

Story 3,077

He reached over for his paper.

Story 3,078

This is my creed of politics.

Story 3,079

(In an earnest and commanding tone.

Story 3,080

“But she has not been able?”

Story 3,081

Do you wash, sir, before eating?

Story 3,082

I make no such ridiculous pretension.

Story 3,083

I could but take the risk.

Story 3,084

What a domestic and regular gentleman!

Story 3,085

A red haze blurred my vision.

Story 3,086

Where grows?–where grows it not?

Story 3,087

Thyn be the pyne of helle!

Story 3,088

And she kept on that way.

Story 3,089

electrical charge; positive charge, negative charge.

Story 3,090

I suspect him of being untruthful.

Story 3,091

Here hieroglyphics, and there pot-hooks!

Story 3,092

Then what–what is your name?

Story 3,093

Mrs. G. Cut-his-head-off!

Story 3,094

’Quite inefficacious to arrest her determinations.

Story 3,095

But what had happened to you?

Story 3,096

Let him marry whom he likes.

Story 3,097

Sir James smiled at her earnestness.

Story 3,098

Well–I dunno–what is it?

Story 3,099

Regard, for instance, this wretched war.

Story 3,100

And Stephen at least has breeding.

Story 3,101

Qualis vestis erit, talia corda gerit.

Story 3,102

The prince established himself at Malaka.

Story 3,103

He wanted to stir her up.

Story 3,104

Have me hanged, if you choose.

Story 3,105

I could do murder to-night!

Story 3,106

Mr. Raikes pointed at the dog.

Story 3,107

I fainted at the dreadful news.

Story 3,108

Yes, these are very hard times!

Story 3,109

Here they are in this book.

Story 3,110

Well, what did the king say?

Story 3,111

Wilfrid was then leaving the room.

Story 3,112

Mr. Dacier has told me news.

Story 3,113

“He is to be congratulated seriously.”

Story 3,114

It always reaches its goal strangely.

Story 3,115

Thou hast had a bad day.

Story 3,116

with which he appeared perfectly satisfyed.

Story 3,117

This was the domestication of plants.

Story 3,118

He broke down all at once.

Story 3,119

I must hasten to a conclusion.

Story 3,120

I shall get in a passion.

Story 3,121

What, was the shop their mother?

Story 3,122

’She is engaged to be married.

Story 3,123

Kiu estas la virino acxetanta ovojn?

Story 3,124

cried Master Freddie, with a yell.

Story 3,125

In fact, it is very necessary.

Story 3,126

Hast in thy journey, then, delayed?

Story 3,127

His conference there with the Jews.

Story 3,128

Here their mother called to them.

Story 3,129

And Ophir, and Hevila, and Jobab.

Story 3,130

“Did her husband always love her?”

Story 3,131

She sat motionless, with lowered lids.

Story 3,132

My prudent Mother Hubbard, why not?

Story 3,133


Story 3,134

Everybody makes up to that fellow.

Story 3,135

Come this way, if you please.

Story 3,136

It had the effect of hopelessness.

Story 3,137

But I followed my old course.

Story 3,138

Maud and Reggie Byng came in.

Story 3,139

She wanted to go away now.

Story 3,140

Your life is in my hands.

Story 3,141

But they were very decently kept.

Story 3,142

Hang him, mechanical salt-butter rogue!

Story 3,143

What is the right of occupancy?

Story 3,144

A great fear came upon him.

Story 3,145

Deo invicto Mithrae, Diis inferis Manibus.

Story 3,146

Have ye seen the White Whale?

Story 3,147

What, these waggons may coldly exclude?

Story 3,148

But how live in that city?

Story 3,149

Julius was bending over the car.

Story 3,150

’Xarifa was and is female honour.

Story 3,151

That tells you who I am.

Story 3,152

Love her, love her, love her!

Story 3,153

’Yet he leaves you now, Sissy?

Story 3,154

means to build a mansion there!

Story 3,155

cries the squire in a rage.

Story 3,156

Praise be to Allah for them!

Story 3,157

“Teddy, dear, I wish I could!”

Story 3,158

The interruption had a good effect.

Story 3,159

His eyes were fixed and dreamy.

Story 3,160


Story 3,161

No, I shall not be free.

Story 3,162

Oh help me to her rescue!

Story 3,163

The sexton of the church is.

Story 3,164

beyond this the light fails us.

Story 3,165

There is no need of change.

Story 3,166

’I have been photographed of course.

Story 3,167

’I never saw Chaldicote Chase, sir.

Story 3,168

Pour him a cup of wine.

Story 3,169

She does me a particular honour.

Story 3,170

But no, that can never be!

Story 3,171

Henry told her to be calm.

Story 3,172

This last day was really spring.

Story 3,173

See c. v. of his life.

Story 3,174

Am I both priest and clerk?

Story 3,175

He was in an enthusiastic mood.

Story 3,176

Will Barabas be good to Christians?

Story 3,177

Agmina concurrunt ducibusque et viribus aequis.

Story 3,178

That idea seemed to impress Colin.

Story 3,179

In the second place, you, Mr.

Story 3,180

No sound disturbed the gloomy silence.

Story 3,181

These arts, Sir, I have tried.

Story 3,182

Of that I am firmly persuaded.

Story 3,183

She was not forty years old.

Story 3,184

For a minute there was silence.

Story 3,185

Do you see anyone, Ben Zoof?

Story 3,186

Mr. Roach was not without curiosity.

Story 3,187

“But you received it with enthusiasm.”

Story 3,188

Is it a man you seen?

Story 3,189

“Everything M. Fouquet has not done.”

Story 3,190

i.e., what didst thou see?

Story 3,191

The Vulture has already been discribed.

Story 3,192

“Perhaps he guessed you were listening.”

Story 3,193

Married women understood him: widows did.

Story 3,194

Our position is unfortunate for me.

Story 3,195

`Ever any madness in your family?

Story 3,196

ANASTASIUS, the name of four popes.

Story 3,197

“No, sir, it is gone forever.”

Story 3,198

“She would have listened to me.”

Story 3,199

There was fresh meat in camp!

Story 3,200

light comedy, genteel comedy, low comedy.

Story 3,201

Nicht unbedingter Argwohn sprach aus mir.

Story 3,202

but I shall not be sorry.

Story 3,203

This noise comes along the gallery.

Story 3,204

Another came in and looked too.

Story 3,205

–What year would that be about?

Story 3,206

Arthur Willaby can stay with you.

Story 3,207

Countess Lidia Ivanovna kept her promise.

Story 3,208

It was then half-past four.

Story 3,209


Story 3,210

Ben-Hur looked at the Arab.

Story 3,211

Mr Soames will indict me now.

Story 3,212

DOR, beetle, buzzing insect, drone, idler.

Story 3,213

“Your excellency, it is done already.”

Story 3,214

How dost thou like this fare?

Story 3,215

He proceeded without waiting for her.

Story 3,216

His face was depressed and gloomy.

Story 3,217

“But I know nothing about hardware.”

Story 3,218

(Sighing and gazing lovingly at him.

Story 3,219

Address: Fontainbleau, Europe, and At Sea.

Story 3,220

No man was ever so manageable.

Story 3,221

He is courageous, sober, and surefooted.

Story 3,222

Our crisis today is the reverse.

Story 3,223

Thirty kinsmen offer their loyal pledge.

Story 3,224

We are not moving an inch!

Story 3,225

It was indeed very pretty stuff.

Story 3,226

and leet his swerd doun glyde.

Story 3,227

This life centered in the city.

Story 3,228

’Something for you, my dear Philip.

Story 3,229

We must guard Dounia from him .

Story 3,230

“At the age of five years!”

Story 3,231

A Prussian detachment occupied the station.

Story 3,232

What he is now, you see.

Story 3,233

Ay me, I can no more!

Story 3,234

“Would it were so in Afghanistan!”

Story 3,235

said Dorothea, with a quick sob.

Story 3,236

The Events that followed the Battle.

Story 3,237

Repent and do the first works.

Story 3,238

To General SHERMAN, or General SHERIDAN.

Story 3,239

Behold, I come as a thief.

Story 3,240

Altogether he could enjoy his fall.

Story 3,241

So far then went these matters.

Story 3,242

And whom are you waiting for?

Story 3,243

Notwithstanding, Derball believes not, but departs.

Story 3,244

They were then saturated with tar.

Story 3,245

[After a pause, taking her hand.

Story 3,246

For O my sweet William, etc.

Story 3,247

.Ptolemeus Evergetes, the son of Philadelphus.

Story 3,248

’What right have you to ask?

Story 3,249

“Because I determine to be free?”

Story 3,250

Truth is sometimes stranger than fiction.

Story 3,251

No woman had done it yet.

Story 3,252

He forsakes us in this extremity.

Story 3,253

Some hoarse answer struck her ear.

Story 3,254

Presently he turned and walked aft.

Story 3,255

Where have you been so long?

Story 3,256

the deer had left the bottom.

Story 3,257

She has rather a scaly appearance.

Story 3,258

My thoughts are ripe for mischief.

Story 3,259

How do you know that, sir?

Story 3,260

Meanwhile Kriemhild had borne a son.

Story 3,261

The scene is a lion-hunt.

Story 3,262

All was silence in the room.

Story 3,263

You know scarcely anything about him.

Story 3,264

[Observes the agitation of the KING.

Story 3,265

To be condemned without a hearing!

Story 3,266

’Our aunt will be the executioner.

Story 3,267

Say I she is not fair?

Story 3,268

Karamaneh had me by the arm.

Story 3,269

Story 3,270

Then Garth sprang to his feet.

Story 3,271

Meet is He to be feared.

Story 3,272

Would you like to have some?

Story 3,273

It will be a heavy judgment.

Story 3,274

Upper figure, male; lower figure, female.

Story 3,275

Disguises, clutched at, gone, not here.

Story 3,276

She seemed full of many things.

Story 3,277

Who told you this was Goshen?

Story 3,278

You know my detestation of changes.

Story 3,279

She answered him with cold civility.

Story 3,280

Peace, peace, be not so loud.

Story 3,281

They were surrounded, and they surrendered.

Story 3,282

said Miss Ophelia, with increasing warmth.

Story 3,283

You sometimes find it rather hard.

Story 3,284

How do you feel about it?

Story 3,285

These are far better than pebbles!

Story 3,286

CARDEZA, MRS. J. W., maid of.

Story 3,287

Her heart sank like a stone.

Story 3,288

“It would frighten you too much.”

Story 3,289

Some further conversation now took place.

Story 3,290

JELLY-CAKE Synonym for Belly-Ache.

Story 3,291

I understand only love and liberty.

Story 3,292

She accepted him as a partner.

Story 3,293

The Social Will and Ideal Ends.

Story 3,294

– why, do you really think so?

Story 3,295

He started and opened his eyes.

Story 3,296

Still he groaned, answering no syllable.

Story 3,297

“Oh, I know EVERYTHING about them.”

Story 3,298

’I say nothing about that, sir.

Story 3,299

To punish these seems quite hopeless.

Story 3,300

“How did the Emperor ride, sir?”

Story 3,301

What say ye all, my lords?

Story 3,302

She had passed through the dusk.

Story 3,303


Story 3,304

I said, startled for a moment.

Story 3,305

What shall be done to him?

Story 3,306

We were in Lombard street west.

Story 3,307

men are stirring with the dawn.

Story 3,308

She answered that she had not.

Story 3,309

After my merchant, signior Deliro, sir.

Story 3,310

I have nothing but his signature.

Story 3,311

The Speaker fell on his knee.

Story 3,312

I was right in my supposition.

Story 3,313

“What, Monsieur Fouquet a bad player!”

Story 3,314

He shook out a positive negative.

Story 3,315

’Step into the park with me.

Story 3,316

Third point, there are faithful hands.

Story 3,317

Mr Bloom set his thigh down.

Story 3,318

“You are like a summer rose.”

Story 3,319

.Mais, ce soir, il me semble.

Story 3,320

Where did you meet Alexey Alexandrovitch?

Story 3,321

Is this all your spinning, grandmother?

Story 3,322

But a neighboring clock struck six.

Story 3,323

From the recitals of the Arabs.

Story 3,324

By this at Dunsmore, marching hitherward.

Story 3,325

and was he not consequently damned?

Story 3,326

What shall I do to him?

Story 3,327

What, my yong Lady and Mistris?

Story 3,328

He was a connoisseur of painting.

Story 3,329

“Yes; to be sure we have.”

Story 3,330

Or were they all hard hearted?

Story 3,331

He comes twice a week still.

Story 3,332

What an insubstantial, happy, foolish time!

Story 3,333

Pray, pray do not look distressed!

Story 3,334

It lowered revenues and increased costs.

Story 3,335

Long live King Charles the Seventh!

Story 3,336

Tis to teach ye a lesson.

Story 3,337

I should never have noticed it.

Story 3,338

Gods are in receipt of sacrifice.

Story 3,339

Never let a foot-board jam.

Story 3,340

“You came here to kill me.”

Story 3,341

and who made him my master?

Story 3,342

I know not what to think!

Story 3,343

–O, yes, Lord Tennyson, said Nash.

Story 3,344

he replied in a subdued voice.

Story 3,345

I would have speech with you.

Story 3,346

The woman, however, did stand up.

Story 3,347

But what could one do, monsieur?

Story 3,348

Peace, for the love of God!

Story 3,349

Mr. Tulkinghorn says nothing either way.

Story 3,350

How now, what is in you?

Story 3,351

It is, however, at our door.

Story 3,352

My empire is of the imagination.

Story 3,353


Story 3,354

The influence of the planetary bodies.

Story 3,355

He can no longer trust me.

Story 3,356

That is the hardest word yet!

Story 3,357

To some select superior seminary, Helen.

Story 3,358

The planet from whence they split.

Story 3,359

In life, O keep me warm!

Story 3,360

’Nevil, I have said it finally.

Story 3,361

Why do you make such faces?

Story 3,362

usher in, herald, premise, announce; lower.

Story 3,363

That is a question for theology.

Story 3,364

And thou to question and command?

Story 3,365

Never did he approach a woman.

Story 3,366

So I went up with them.

Story 3,367

The only freedom for us death.

Story 3,368

Proof.-This is evident from Def.

Story 3,369

There was a ring round him.

Story 3,370

What a blow was there giuen?

Story 3,371

“And you will have her named?”

Story 3,372

satigxi je, to be sated with.

Story 3,373

What do you want these for?

Story 3,374

Tantos illa suo rumpebat pectore questus.

Story 3,375

But my uncle would not wait.

Story 3,376

Helge agreed to the proposed combat.

Story 3,377


Story 3,378

“Why can you not bear them?”

Story 3,379

she cried, with a proper spirit.

Story 3,380

I thought of him with respect.

Story 3,381

He touched her on the arm.

Story 3,382

Who, think you, eclipsed those two?

Story 3,383

Here the Red Queen began again.

Story 3,384

The like is true of employments.

Story 3,385

“Yes, sir–on that very spot.”

Story 3,386

So now thou art warned hereof.

Story 3,387

“The grass was growing under it.”

Story 3,388


Story 3,389

Here lay Deane Honiwood last night.

Story 3,390

Long time Ay wait for you.

Story 3,391

yes;–there is nothing in that.

Story 3,392

“Give me the keys at once!”

Story 3,393


Story 3,394

’You will watch over her, Dartrey?

Story 3,395

Thus much for their Arms, etc.

Story 3,396

’Something for you, my dear Philip.

Story 3,397

Will you, or will you not?

Story 3,398

DAW: It is true indeed, sir?

Story 3,399

My daughter takes his going grieuously?

Story 3,400

“You shall be implicitly obeyed, citoyen.”

Story 3,401

That may afford us a clue.

Story 3,402

Then all my hopes are over.

Story 3,403

What dismal things are closed houses.

Story 3,404

A vessel worth fifty thousand dollars!

Story 3,405

Very many died soon after baptism.

Story 3,406

They are the bites of wolves.

Story 3,407

You have him, as you say.

Story 3,408

Then Drusus came to the rescue.

Story 3,409

For the air of the heights.

Story 3,410

What about some lunch with me?

Story 3,411

“Was it murder by any chance?”

Story 3,412

Next morning I was called early.

Story 3,413

Who beguiles so much as Self?

Story 3,414

but know you who he was?

Story 3,415

How goes the world, sir, now?

Story 3,416

Servadac was the first to speak.

Story 3,417

Blow up the fire, my maidens!

Story 3,418

From whence do these pressures come?

Story 3,419

The Tale of the Three Apples.

Story 3,420

Why man, what is the matter?

Story 3,421

El hamd el Illah bel salaam!

Story 3,422

Are you really a Woggle-Bug?

Story 3,423

You are quite right, he replied.

Story 3,424

And she is gone without me.

Story 3,425

Many such examples might be added.

Story 3,426

You never keep to one story.

Story 3,427

Tut, tut, you are too bold.

Story 3,428

According to De Sacy some MSS.

Story 3,429

Where may we set our horses?

Story 3,430

Enter Gloster, and Seruants with Torches.

Story 3,431

Nothing came, however, of such measures.

Story 3,432

What are you trying to do?

Story 3,433

’Of course I cannot prevent it.

Story 3,434

“Was it your servant found them?”

Story 3,435


Story 3,436

cria Gervaise en haussant la voix.

Story 3,437

what new power can I acquire?

Story 3,438

What a happy maid am I!

Story 3,439

It was still a formidable defense.

Story 3,440

“I have no doubt of it.”

Story 3,441

“That is rather a delicate subject.”

Story 3,442

It was practical through and through.

Story 3,443

Rain had fallen in the night.

Story 3,444

“Do you really think so, doctor?”

Story 3,445


Story 3,446


Story 3,447

“And you know what wittles is?”

Story 3,448

Down, granite rocks; down with you.

Story 3,449

The old lady was a darling.

Story 3,450

“Let us break in the door!”

Story 3,451

He took it, and read it.

Story 3,452

The change was slow and inevitable.

Story 3,453

Merthyr met Violetta on the stairs.

Story 3,454

Nurse Rosemary pushed back her chair.

Story 3,455

They all looked like intelligent men.

Story 3,456

You would not do me violence.

Story 3,457

I will do without your pity.

Story 3,458

He would make me go away.

Story 3,459

I go my lawyer next day.

Story 3,460

So Mr Arabin then went on.

Story 3,461

che il domani doveva svegliarsi mendico.

Story 3,462

Yes, I was laughing at you!

Story 3,463

He was shut from her eyes.

Story 3,464

Milvago leucurus, sexes and young of.

Story 3,465

there is your cheerful look returned.

Story 3,466

Was first officer of the Ark.

Story 3,467

This becomes an example to others.

Story 3,468

Father saw a bitten man die.

Story 3,469


Story 3,470

We think not so, my lord.

Story 3,471

Where art thou, my gentle child?

Story 3,472

The signal for war was given.

Story 3,473

Where shall I meet with you?

Story 3,474

And they laughed him to scorn.

Story 3,475

Perhaps I showed it too much.

Story 3,476

Kitty entered to bring some sherbet.

Story 3,477

’In such a matter as what?

Story 3,478

I saw it,–I heard it.

Story 3,479

They decided to surrender the field.

Story 3,480

Who was Miss Meadows, Uncle Remus?

Story 3,481

And then the hyena laughed loud.

Story 3,482

I found the large building unfinished.

Story 3,483

A valley in or near Jerusalem.

Story 3,484

said Lady Charlotte to her companion.

Story 3,485

TRUE: Ay; did you hear him?

Story 3,486

de Chevreuse and consequently the queen.

Story 3,487

The sea ran high until dawn.

Story 3,488

All this simply bewilders me, mother.

Story 3,489

“Very well, I shall be ready.”

Story 3,490

He drooped forward, footsore and faint.

Story 3,491

Crow and the Serpent, The, ix.

Story 3,492

Thus a people began to exist.

Story 3,493

The left hand nearest the heart.

Story 3,494

“I wish I had written instead.”

Story 3,495

“Why, because everything fits too well .”

Story 3,496

“Did not Biscarrat inconvenience you here?”

Story 3,497

I lay awake the whole night.

Story 3,498

“What is it you hear, Martin?”

Story 3,499

V. Voyage to the Sunda Islands.

Story 3,500

But William could hold no more.

Story 3,501

Interior of Boodhist temple at Simonbong.

Story 3,502

; elegiac verse, elegaic meter, elegaic poetry.

Story 3,503

He moved away, looking about him.

Story 3,504

“Well, I am not a saint.”

Story 3,505

“Who spreads the pall over it?”

Story 3,506

She was almost in his grasp.

Story 3,507

That is quite true, I said.

Story 3,508

The seat of the common sense.

Story 3,509

Master of the workhouse, young man!

Story 3,510

She came to me for advice.

Story 3,511

He went to the barricade, and .

Story 3,512

Conversation was started upon this subject.

Story 3,513

I have reduced the Suffolk dialect.

Story 3,514

Give me your hand, Jacob Engstrand.

Story 3,515

You will answer for it, Captain.

Story 3,516


Story 3,517

What a long Night is this?

Story 3,518

American political theory before the Revolution.

Story 3,519

The danger seems to be over.

Story 3,520

Marianne turned away in great confusion.

Story 3,521

You will go to Vaux, however?

Story 3,522

Le donne sue erano alla disperazione.

Story 3,523

Chatham did not, however, stand alone.

Story 3,524

She certainly made a fine appearance.

Story 3,525

said Richard, just wetting his mouth.

Story 3,526

Oh, sir, belay, I beseech you!

Story 3,527

Don Horatio, our knight-marshals sonne?

Story 3,528

We must recommend her to mercy.

Story 3,529

We will leave them, Mr. Whitford.

Story 3,530

It managed finances and public works.

Story 3,531

if it be a proper question.

Story 3,532

I got to give her presents.

Story 3,533

I do not understand you, monsieur.

Story 3,534

Priamus, a seller of old clouts.

Story 3,535

Well, that is another hope gone.

Story 3,536

He handed it to Sir Charles.

Story 3,537

Paris green is the old standard.

Story 3,538

Why Yorke, what wilt thou do?

Story 3,539

Yes, I was laughing at you!

Story 3,540

There is no God but He!

Story 3,541

Be thou blessed of our God!

Story 3,542


Story 3,543

What would you with the Princes?

Story 3,544

He made friends with Mary Ann.

Story 3,545

Mis en notre langve par J.

Story 3,546

“But what are we to do?”

Story 3,547

–Yes, sir, the blond girl said.

Story 3,548

Eating as usual, I see, Algy!

Story 3,549

The style was caustic and trenchant.

Story 3,550

Enter the Queene, Posthumus, and Imogen.

Story 3,551

; hope deferred, blank despondency; voiceless woe.

Story 3,552

What warrior wisheth to be spared!

Story 3,553

’Once a countess, always a countess!

Story 3,554

Then Troilus should have too much.

Story 3,555

Pretty clear, sir.–What capital wine!

Story 3,556

There they have no manly sports.

Story 3,557

But the child – the child, sir?

Story 3,558

AEneas told it, Dido heard it.

Story 3,559

Pip, you know what I mean.

Story 3,560

“Certainly not to the police station.”

Story 3,561

They spoke of battles and conditions.

Story 3,562

Other colonies sent rations and money.

Story 3,563

Many were killed in the action.

Story 3,564

You have never done anything vile.

Story 3,565

Nor do I complain of them.

Story 3,566

he suddenly exclaimed, and left us.

Story 3,567

She was in a teasing mood.

Story 3,568

Compare Ariosto, O. F. c. xxxiv.

Story 3,569

Nobody could who has red hair.

Story 3,570

Ardea coerulea, breeding in immature plumage.

Story 3,571

A further difference should be noted.

Story 3,572

The first move showed considerable skill.

Story 3,573

Do you admire that so much?

Story 3,574

He closed his ears against her.

Story 3,575

And he knew Birkin was out.

Story 3,576

What is it all but words!

Story 3,577

I thought you were Josephine, Stephen.

Story 3,578

Ciampolo, Friar Gomita, and Michael Zanche.

Story 3,579

Is there a telegram for me?

Story 3,580

We went through the reception-rooms.

Story 3,581

What my punishment would have been!

Story 3,582

We furnish supper and bed here.

Story 3,583

This were indeed an unfair partition!

Story 3,584

This called to mind other pranks.

Story 3,585

Anne and Diana exclaimed in delight.

Story 3,586

“And you intend to ask him?”

Story 3,587

St. Jerome renders it, vah, vah!

Story 3,588

first saw them below tide-water.

Story 3,589

What manner of justice be this?

Story 3,590

I know thee not:–thy name?

Story 3,591

And it does not roast us!

Story 3,592

of the voiage and Residence Which .

Story 3,593

You sometimes find it rather hard.

Story 3,594

One of the sofa-volumes fell.

Story 3,595

’Well met, my dear old friend!

Story 3,596

He understands nothing, and feels nothing.

Story 3,597

Any fool could get a commission.

Story 3,598

I can hardly write for laughing.

Story 3,599

But by the hope for heaven!

Story 3,600

I hope I can find something.

Story 3,601

Kin you keep awake that long?

Story 3,602

There is no music in Venice!

Story 3,603

“Yes; by a lackey named Lubin.”

Story 3,604

What does scandal signify to me?

Story 3,605

CART v. t., To take off.

Story 3,606

I have need of a clerk.

Story 3,607


Story 3,608

Among the Daughters of the Desert.

Story 3,609

“But he cannot hold himself on.”

Story 3,610

What a place that Montfermeil is!

Story 3,611

But no, his heart is beating.

Story 3,612

ten thousand French, my brave lad!

Story 3,613

The Rue Droit-Mur is guarded!

Story 3,614

Mark hardly knew what to do.

Story 3,615

What shall we make of this?

Story 3,616

See how man rides the waves!

Story 3,617

Please, all of you, sit down.

Story 3,618

He spoke to but few people.

Story 3,619

The inexorable finger underwent no change.

Story 3,620

Surely you are more than mortal?

Story 3,621

Why giue you me this shame?

Story 3,622

“I will, my child, I will.”

Story 3,623

It may pay them little attention.

Story 3,624

The old man did this easily.

Story 3,625

For what have been my gain?

Story 3,626

I cannot restore him that son!

Story 3,627

what angel is that I see?

Story 3,628

Clara was growing hardened to it.

Story 3,629

I am glad you know Paris.

Story 3,630

[Enter, above, CLEOPATRA, CHARMIAN and IRAS.

Story 3,631

“Then we shall most certainly go.”

Story 3,632

Some men underrate their best blessings.

Story 3,633

And the gods sat and smiled.

Story 3,634

We will call him a fogy.

Story 3,635

The subject is an unsolved riddle.

Story 3,636

Querulousness was out of the question.

Story 3,637

in a few words, in short.

Story 3,638

You must mean the Spanish, surely.

Story 3,639

“Great guns, THIS is a go!”

Story 3,640

In the garden are yellow roses.

Story 3,641

These different works lasted a week.

Story 3,642

She then resumed her normal appearance.

Story 3,643

“Did he tell ye anything else?”

Story 3,644

“On your honor is that true?”

Story 3,645


Story 3,646

you know not what you swear.

Story 3,647

sir, let it not trouble you.

Story 3,648

“Did you see anything you knew?”

Story 3,649

You will see Dudley on Tuesday?

Story 3,650

The engineer and the reporter rose.

Story 3,651

’You are sure of your divinity?

Story 3,652

Hush!–hark!–A noise like snoring!

Story 3,653

No good blood in their veins?

Story 3,654

To the selfsame tune and words.

Story 3,655

Would ye have slain us sleeping?

Story 3,656

[See Scott, Life of Napoleon, vol.

Story 3,657

Leave me to attend to mademoiselle.

Story 3,658

It is a land of poverty!

Story 3,659

“Why do you change your name?”

Story 3,660

How can you speak so cruelly?

Story 3,661

Then, traitor, die in your treason!

Story 3,662

Thy voice is full of love.

Story 3,663

No other course is left us.

Story 3,664

“Well, then, what can be done?”

Story 3,665

Never heard of such a thing.

Story 3,666

“Why do you ask me that?”

Story 3,667

You look quite out of spirits!

Story 3,668

So she remained where she was.

Story 3,669

in the punishment that overtook me.

Story 3,670

You will permit me to call.

Story 3,671

stall, booth, stand, newsstand; cart, wagon.

Story 3,672

The hilt was a golden one.

Story 3,673


Story 3,674

They returned then to Ben Edair.

Story 3,675

“The fish bites – the fish bites!”

Story 3,676

deep and has a bold Current.

Story 3,677

And she peeped into his face.

Story 3,678

“He is the truest of friends.”

Story 3,679

There is something more, I think.

Story 3,680

Hieronimo, I neuer gaue you cause.

Story 3,681

Lay me in my native earth.

Story 3,682

What was their sole remaining chance?

Story 3,683

Shall its mummy draw its portrait?

Story 3,684

It was a shock to me.

Story 3,685

ekiri, to set out, to start.

Story 3,686

Dr. Fordham came over at once.

Story 3,687

Dorp refused to believe the intelligence.

Story 3,688

The bites made Rabbit very sick.

Story 3,689

Siddhartha was thus loved by everyone.

Story 3,690

The pedestrians were his two brothers.

Story 3,691

A cab was waiting for him.

Story 3,692

And I must be a dog.

Story 3,693

The sugar is in the bag.

Story 3,694

The loins or backbone being bent.

Story 3,695

You apprehend me, I am sure.

Story 3,696

Genevieve and Esperance came in together.

Story 3,697

All Paris were in the streets.

Story 3,698

“But to what in the world?”

Story 3,699

Varax took no such heroic resolution.

Story 3,700

Wahl understands this passage of Paradise.

Story 3,701

the devil is an artful counsellor.

Story 3,702

But let us not be misled.

Story 3,703

We are not savants, coxcombs, fops!

Story 3,704

Imitation crocodile-skin notebook with pencil.

Story 3,705


Story 3,706

Do you know them all, Marquis?

Story 3,707

Shall I read it to you?

Story 3,708

I quivered not in a muscle.

Story 3,709

It was a matter of inheritance.

Story 3,710

Why had Maurice opposed the treaty?

Story 3,711

Fervidness is the core of style.

Story 3,712

“What is the matter at home?”

Story 3,713

Marilla is such a sensible woman.

Story 3,714

In nightly Reuels; and new iollitie.

Story 3,715

Not a sound escaped from him.

Story 3,716

The great fish will eat you.

Story 3,717

There is little more to tell.

Story 3,718

I still could not believe him.

Story 3,719

It was gold, I tell you!

Story 3,720

(A sound of stringed instruments approaching.

Story 3,721

Ay, ay; I must bear it.

Story 3,722

Maud braced herself for the encounter.

Story 3,723

Is it necessary to emphasize this?

Story 3,724

Also a hundred bowls of gold.

Story 3,725

“Yes, but her face is thin.”

Story 3,726

Domes rising from a square base.

Story 3,727

Hath the count all this intelligence?

Story 3,728

“There is no doubt about that.”

Story 3,729

V. reduce to a square, square.

Story 3,730

Surely he had here the Idea?

Story 3,731

sound cause to sleep hast thou.

Story 3,732

BOURGOGNINO–BERTHA, disguised as a boy.

Story 3,733

The question of Sinlessness I postpone.

Story 3,734

“And you have received my letter?”

Story 3,735

It shall be done, my general!

Story 3,736

The house was no longer theirs.

Story 3,737

Aristophanes burnt out the pestilent teachers.

Story 3,738

I must have been acting wrongly.

Story 3,739

The world that sets this right.

Story 3,740

But everything went on as usual.

Story 3,741

[Enter the other SENATORS, from TIMON.

Story 3,742

Dr. Schliemann paused for a moment.

Story 3,743

Oh, my own Dear–come back!

Story 3,744

“And I shall not stay here.”

Story 3,745

Let me now listen to you.

Story 3,746

After the conversion of Henry IV.

Story 3,747

He was out of his senses.

Story 3,748

Beautiful women may believe themselves beloved.

Story 3,749

But obstacles arose from other directions.

Story 3,750

The Friar, pointing downwards, answered, There.

Story 3,751

Nicholas wrote us… Natasha, Vera, look!

Story 3,752

The horse paced leisurely on, unguided.

Story 3,753

But this was merely a form.

Story 3,754

’I am afraid not, my lady.

Story 3,755

Let me hurry to a conclusion.

Story 3,756

Such were the opinions of Orange.

Story 3,757

“I think the words are splendid.”

Story 3,758

On Bidasari let us look again.

Story 3,759

Nothing could possibly be more satisfactory!

Story 3,760

We had not long to wait.

Story 3,761

M. Madeleine forced himself to smile.

Story 3,762

All he could prove was change.

Story 3,763

Not stylish, but healthful and comfortable.

Story 3,764

I asked you where Julie is?

Story 3,765

What stay had I but Edward?

Story 3,766

I shall never forgive myself that.

Story 3,767

“Have you knocked at that one?”

Story 3,768

Very well–very well; money matters.

Story 3,769

I forsook the classics for science.

Story 3,770

Look out when the music starts.

Story 3,771

Philip wanted to distract his mind.

Story 3,772

I cannot understand him at all.

Story 3,773

There was a really puzzled pause.

Story 3,774

asked the husband, staring at him.

Story 3,775

A yellow man is made different.

Story 3,776

And now nothing stood between us!

Story 3,777

However, now you understand his gloominess.

Story 3,778

asked Kiki Aru, the other eagle.

Story 3,779

“He took it so awfully cool.”

Story 3,780

DR. D. Oh, day and night!

Story 3,781

Thank you, Jacobs, put it here.

Story 3,782

A thing deuised by the Enemy.

Story 3,783

And the rest have been blinded.

Story 3,784

–"But I am the little king.

Story 3,785

His work is reprinted in Thilo.

Story 3,786

Classes were broken up, rules relaxed.

Story 3,787

you must be tenacious of life.

Story 3,788

The situation was becoming alarmingly tense.

Story 3,789

Let us take our precautions, Athos.

Story 3,790

But silence also makes and unmakes.

Story 3,791

Schoolmaster, Story of the Limping, iv.

Story 3,792

Mouse and the Ichneumon, The, iii.

Story 3,793

See the state of those souls.

Story 3,794

–The blessings of God on you!

Story 3,795

Raskolnikov walked into the next room.

Story 3,796

Tanysiptera sylvia, long tail-feathers of.

Story 3,797

Do you busy yourself with that?

Story 3,798

“All such folk come from there.”

Story 3,799

I knew that he was rising.

Story 3,800

Will there really be a morning?

Story 3,801

He went into the Hay Market.

Story 3,802

Someone is knocking under the window.

Story 3,803

“At last he sees through him!”

Story 3,804

What a blow was there given!

Story 3,805

This time Porfiry Kapitonitch actually frowned.

Story 3,806

No harm hath come to him.

Story 3,807

“The same, if you like, sir.”

Story 3,808

and if there is any way .

Story 3,809

“But what about this interminable war?”

Story 3,810

“Do you want them this evening?”

Story 3,811

Did you see me at all?

Story 3,812

What will you do with it?

Story 3,813

At this Robin grew right mad.

Story 3,814

[Shouts, within, and the trumpets sound.

Story 3,815

She alone held down her head.

Story 3,816

Now, indeed, my own for ever!

Story 3,817

Holmes gave an ejaculation of impatience.

Story 3,818

Datum decreto decurionum, Dono dedit dedicavit.

Story 3,819

Show me the way he went.

Story 3,820

I will sign it to-morrow.

Story 3,821

I know it; so do you.

Story 3,822

No more of her and hers!

Story 3,823

The driver tugged at the reins.

Story 3,824

So I guess I do, Mat.

Story 3,825

Attract men, small thing like that.

Story 3,826

Oui, vous vous fichez de moi.

Story 3,827

When I bought the blood-horse.

Story 3,828

The roses were to be cut.

Story 3,829

Here met cozen Turner and The.

Story 3,830

Hard facts were enough for him.

Story 3,831

Culture is half-way to heaven.

Story 3,832

We have had great annoyances there.

Story 3,833

Shall we go to see Granny?

Story 3,834

Touch her soft mouth, and march.

Story 3,835

Does it show in my face?

Story 3,836

The Duke was obviously much affected.

Story 3,837

She seemed too simple, too yielding.

Story 3,838

Got the shove, all of them.

Story 3,839

I doubt I do not understand.

Story 3,840

There is a deficit, you say?

Story 3,841

Mr. Stevens also examined the furnace.

Story 3,842

Now what have you to say?

Story 3,843

exclaimed Margarita, starting up and towering.

Story 3,844

He caught her by the waist.

Story 3,845

And then he asked his Saviour.

Story 3,846

Yes, so long as property does.

Story 3,847

Let her but cease to madden.

Story 3,848

The only true thing in life?

Story 3,849

a bullet hurtles through the air!

Story 3,850

Well, will you judge between us?

Story 3,851

What are we waiting for now?

Story 3,852

Extolled be the perfection of God!

Story 3,853

Tis the last hour of day.

Story 3,854

“I have knocked at all doors.”

Story 3,855

Lucina the sheen: Diana the bright.

Story 3,856

Well, what are YOU up to?

Story 3,857

Now, gallant Saxon, hold shine own!

Story 3,858

“Now, what is it, poor Jane?”

Story 3,859

I was up long before him.

Story 3,860

Let us shake hands on that.

Story 3,861

The Fram rolled well that day.

Story 3,862

’Tory interest, ma–um–my lady.

Story 3,863

To-night I will set watches.

Story 3,864

But Lowick is my chosen home.

Story 3,865

It was Kitty with the nurse.

Story 3,866

May as well get her sympathy.

Story 3,867

My attitude was illogical and absurd.

Story 3,868

“Why have you lured me here?”

Story 3,869

Proportions, difference of, in distinct races.

Story 3,870

What a CONCEITED and heedless ass!

Story 3,871

Do you admire the character Jesus?

Story 3,872

“I hate affected, niminy-piminy chits!”

Story 3,873

Hence Bulstrode felt himself providentially secured.

Story 3,874

Story 3,875

I do indeed remember–too well!

Story 3,876

Throwing his finger at him again.

Story 3,877

The Spirit, stronger yet, repulsed him.

Story 3,878

I might really ask myself why.

Story 3,879

He had chosen his time well.

Story 3,880

As applied to Her Royal Highness.

Story 3,881

But, my Drusus, what found you?

Story 3,882

v.; W. Bright, Age ofthe Fathers.

Story 3,883

That may have driven him mad.

Story 3,884

You make me all-fired tired.

Story 3,885

I travelled more slowly by myself.

Story 3,886

Shall dunghill Curres confront the Hellicons?

Story 3,887

Partridge likewise concurred with this opinion.

Story 3,888

The idea has not tempted me.

Story 3,889

Verily, thy Lord is Wise, Knowing.

Story 3,890

The play awaits us, too, signora.

Story 3,891

Poor Maria Todd; poor young lady!

Story 3,892

Their tears are not the witnesses.

Story 3,893

Men and animals are closely akin.

Story 3,894

These, he solemnly explained, were angels.

Story 3,895

“But you do not promise me!”

Story 3,896

Whence then was her mouth created?

Story 3,897

She is Murder: have her out!

Story 3,898

I do not break my word.

Story 3,899

To-day we will pay her.

Story 3,900

bookkeeping, accounting, double entry bookkeeping, reckoning.

Story 3,901

Molly, let them see your wrist.

Story 3,902

They were divided in their opinions.

Story 3,903

–But Zarathustra also is a poet.

Story 3,904

Besides he is not a traitor.

Story 3,905

Pole, to elicit approbation in return.

Story 3,906

I thought he must be nutty.

Story 3,907

Now, just who mid ye think?

Story 3,908

They were utterly incapable of combat.

Story 3,909

“What makes most women marry, Aunt?”

Story 3,910

what a proclamation of our weakness!

Story 3,911

At this instant Sapt came up.

Story 3,912

hae ye forgotten Ha nun Gregarach?

Story 3,913

Why do you call him Ginger?

Story 3,914

He lifted the turves and arose.

Story 3,915

Why didst thou sigh so deeply?

Story 3,916

A reason for that, ye lawyers!

Story 3,917

Art thou bound to a wife?

Story 3,918

I summon with a lawful summons.

Story 3,919

said Marija, giving him a push.

Story 3,920

“Your majesty would not have any.”

Story 3,921

Too late to be a man!

Story 3,922

Nothing is so catching as confidence.

Story 3,923

Who has passed here before me?

Story 3,924

but stay, perchance he only sleeps?

Story 3,925

Why do you think so, Meletus?

Story 3,926

“Oh, no; your eminence is mistaken.”

Story 3,927

I slept not well, oh Ayesha!

Story 3,928

Good, very good, thank you; ha!

Story 3,929

Go with me to the duchess.

Story 3,930

You do not think of them.

Story 3,931

’Is it so bad as that?

Story 3,932

Buck retreated two or three steps.

Story 3,933

The proper things of the body.

Story 3,934

What strength would it not require?

Story 3,935

An awkward silence followed these words.

Story 3,936

“Ah, indeed, so much the better!”

Story 3,937

Where did you find this written?

Story 3,938

Do you take milk in yours?

Story 3,939

The young man was daintily managed.

Story 3,940

What will come of it all?

Story 3,941

Pulleys,–nails,–rope,–mercury,–cloth, Monday.

Story 3,942

“One of the highest in England.”

Story 3,943

Suck your blood dry, they does.

Story 3,944

addenda: This is the usual interpretation.

Story 3,945

–Yes, MacCullagh and I; he said.

Story 3,946

Was Constantinople unprovided with a map?

Story 3,947

We see it, we see it.

Story 3,948

But now–tell about it–please.

Story 3,949

Chapter ix – The escape of Sophia.

Story 3,950

“Never mind, you shall try first.”

Story 3,951

Not been doing this long, eh?

Story 3,952

It slipped out before j thought.

Story 3,953

She go down end of dock.

Story 3,954

You hardly find them in novels.

Story 3,955

Here is Herr Heidegger, sure enough!

Story 3,956

So they met before the minster.

Story 3,957

“Padrone, yes; if policy is humanity.”

Story 3,958

He could see she was trembling.

Story 3,959

To one so sensitive as Victor!

Story 3,960

The Jews shall return from captivity.

Story 3,961

said Gillingham, as they went home.

Story 3,962

Favourite and her Lover, The, iii.

Story 3,963

They do not fight badly either.

Story 3,964

“He was a bachelor, you say?”

Story 3,965

I will not budge one inch!

Story 3,966

But suddenly an idea struck him.

Story 3,967

’I may go in with him?

Story 3,968

It did not hurt the party.

Story 3,969

Miss Dale awaits you, my dear.

Story 3,970

’And has not Mary told you?

Story 3,971

“Which they deserve, do they not?”

Story 3,972

I think I can do this.

Story 3,973

I made the attempt and failed.

Story 3,974

Providence saved Martyn and Hogan-Yale.

Story 3,975

It bleeds you, it wastes you.

Story 3,976

We said so to each other.

Story 3,977

“What do you mean, Dejah Thoris?”

Story 3,978

It is joined with dates, No.

Story 3,979

Wast thou glad when he escaped?

Story 3,980

I cannot tell what it means.

Story 3,981

How many cities have we destroyed!

Story 3,982

We all three have the feeling.

Story 3,983

[Recovering from her mirth–chuckling, scornfully.

Story 3,984

Maitre Lebrument was a handsome man.

Story 3,985

“What have you been doing, Merrylegs?”

Story 3,986

He buys up bad debts, too.

Story 3,987

“But I know nothing about hardware.”

Story 3,988

Hours wholly white; almost all alike.

Story 3,989

What will get me into trouble?

Story 3,990

What are you talking about, man?

Story 3,991

“But how could he steal, rob?”

Story 3,992

And mark the Kings of Cotton!

Story 3,993

“No, my dear Mr. George; no.”

Story 3,994

Such a toy as it is!

Story 3,995

The house, sir, has been visited.

Story 3,996

What ho, what ho, what ho!

Story 3,997

They were treasures common to all.

Story 3,998

The redlabelled bottle on the table.

Story 3,999

We have walked for many days.

Story 4,000

How hast thou slept, my Holly?

Story 4,001

’You had the news at Lugano?

Story 4,002

Francis, what a change is heere?

Story 4,003

Her hands clutched the table edge.

Story 4,004

Arise, and take place by us.

Story 4,005

Third Brigade, Col. Samuel S. Carroll.

Story 4,006

I expect I shall catch it!

Story 4,007

They all fall to the ground.

Story 4,008

“Yes: though not better than you.”

Story 4,009

Their punishment did not miss them.

Story 4,010

“Lucien, a great event has happened!”

Story 4,011

[Enter the Lord Marshal and AUMERLE.

Story 4,012

Hive-bee, its cell-making instinct.

Story 4,013

“You have an appetite, I hope?”

Story 4,014

Afterwards they had learned his name.

Story 4,015

So: say how was their end?

Story 4,016

un Dieu qui croft en Dieu!

Story 4,017

They took therefore the stone away.

Story 4,018

You have good judgment in horsemanship.

Story 4,019

Let him not leave thee, sister!

Story 4,020

She closed the door behind him.

Story 4,021

Emilia laughed to cover her vehemence.

Story 4,022

Here, noble Henry, is my staff.

Story 4,023

The entire house seemed to shudder.

Story 4,024

Take in everybody you can get.

Story 4,025

I have hardly any other friend.

Story 4,026

“What do you say to coffee?”

Story 4,027

“For what you have just said.”

Story 4,028

But she had jumped up too.

Story 4,029

(Further debate, in which Lincoln participated.

Story 4,030

Which, howsoever thick, no plates withstand.

Story 4,031

would that, would that it were!

Story 4,032

A chair is not a caste.

Story 4,033

You must be satisfied with that.

Story 4,034

What compensation therefore may he find?

Story 4,035

What absurd nonsense you are talking!

Story 4,036

Thus her honour was at stake.

Story 4,037

This shall be the great bliss.

Story 4,038

That was how I killed him.

Story 4,039

It all depends on you now.

Story 4,040

Captain Nemo did not show himself.

Story 4,041

Migrantis cernas, totaque ex urbe ruentis.

Story 4,042

This time Sabot scratched his ear.

Story 4,043

When, oh when will he appear?

Story 4,044

“Oh, yes, I have a couple!”

Story 4,045

You are not wholly an idiot.

Story 4,046

Then you lie in your throat.

Story 4,047

What do you want a month?

Story 4,048

It is not a large world.

Story 4,049

Is there no justice in thee?

Story 4,050

King had followed the ambitious course.

Story 4,051

What is Meant by the Term?

Story 4,052

Not to give me a kiss?

Story 4,053

[CAMILLO, FLORIZEL, and PERDITA come forward.

Story 4,054

George sat fixed with solemn awe.

Story 4,055

I replied it certainly could not.

Story 4,056

They stood still for a moment.

Story 4,057

He shook out a positive negative.

Story 4,058

“Are you satisfied with your experiment?”

Story 4,059

How can it be night, then?

Story 4,060

Me and two more knows it.

Story 4,061

You must say whence you come.

Story 4,062

Conversational and acquiescent on both sides.

Story 4,063

Our luck is on the turn.

Story 4,064

Passion of my heart, do tricks!

Story 4,065

Hymenopteron, parasitic, with a sedentary male.

Story 4,066

All you meant to me then.

Story 4,067

“Do not say such a thing.”

Story 4,068

“Where is the association to be?”

Story 4,069

I suppose you ordered her to.

Story 4,070

It lasted a long, long time.

Story 4,071

The next day she was worse.

Story 4,072

When shall I heare all through?

Story 4,073

This, however, was no easy task.

Story 4,074

While we were talking, Axel neighed.

Story 4,075

“But all this time on foot?”

Story 4,076

Story 4,077

I hope you hate me too.

Story 4,078

.That is, the well of oath.

Story 4,079

They had an air of indecision.

Story 4,080

Our last days marched frightfully fast.

Story 4,081

It IS a noose, you know.

Story 4,082

So be it, Monsieur le Baron.

Story 4,083

Let him fight his own battle.

Story 4,084

It seems to bear a resemblance.

Story 4,085

Suddenly a vivid illumination burst forth.

Story 4,086

None but fools will trust them.

Story 4,087

Mrs. Dashwood smiled, and said nothing.

Story 4,088

So much the worse, is it?

Story 4,089

It was only rheumatism, I suppose?

Story 4,090

“Why, because everything fits too well .”

Story 4,091

Unable to recreate in text format.

Story 4,092

And do they belong to thee?

Story 4,093

What is it all about, Jerry?

Story 4,094

(The MARSHAL takes to his heels.

Story 4,095

“It seems natural, does it not?”

Story 4,096

The result is illustrated by Fig.

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he said with a fearful oath.

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He closed his ears against her.

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Oh, fifty–that is, just now.

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“Is his power of speech gone?”

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Very soon the riddle answered itself.

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Hull or pod of a pea.

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Sinachkoo…………………………………….To drive the devil

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Laberius played in his own dramas.

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She must give up her school.

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The date of September the First.

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[At the window on the left.

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answered the other, still more sadly.

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How do you know that, sir?

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Are we to be friends again?

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des grands Chemins des Romains, tom.

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I did not know the motive.

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“Not quite so far, I hope?”

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The Yankees were already going ahead.

Story 4,116

Oh, let me know his name!

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“She told me to ask you.”

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All was over with the Hurons.

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should he find it in time?

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Will you be true to that?

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In childhood first our sorrow came.

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“Is he not a charming host?”

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An exhortation to praise God continually.

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That is, I have a part.

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We exchanged a few words lazily.

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It is heart, courage, will, virtue.

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And now he met her here!

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Does she mean to be harmless?

Story 4,129

Alors, on ricana devant le dessert.

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Athos curled his lip with disdain.

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P.S.–Mother sends her love.

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“Suppose he were taken prisoner again?”

Story 4,133

You want to reform this woman.

Story 4,134

He gave the name of Brooker.

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Gass and Windsor returned with him.

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Seven branches extended from each side.

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At present it would be premature.

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cried little Rebecca in an ecstasy.

Story 4,139

Why should you hate the moon?

Story 4,140

At length an explosion took place.

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Conversation was started upon this subject.

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Similarly, I must have my smoke.

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So be it, an thou wilt.

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“Shall I show her to you?”

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Begin, sir; you are my elder.

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William had spent it all out.

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They will not work for nothing.

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How soon hast thou forgotten thyself!

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“Well, you are safe with me.”

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They drew near to the sloop.

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Let her go her own way.

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Everything went right till lunch-time.

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–"To visit the sewers of Paris.

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Come, there cannot be too many.

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Who was kneeling on your head?

Story 4,156

Deal with him as he deserves!

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No one knew where it was.

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But, I tell thee, thou liest!

Story 4,159

Carrion-hawk, bright coloured female of.

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And she blushed for her father.

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Ask of the learned the way?

Story 4,162

I just stopped where I was.

Story 4,163

Gavroche raised himself on his haunches.

Story 4,164

–Charity to the neighbour, says Martin.

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’Tis all my doing–all mine!

Story 4,166

Death of Bleddyn; succeeded by Trahaiarn.

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I told him about my husband.

Story 4,168

exclaimed the duke, rubbing his hands.

Story 4,169

I can admire her without envy.

Story 4,170

Assumes a mask of timid diffidence.

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How little have I known thee!

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The silver stars looked down dispassionately.

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And thou, daughter of Rachel, speak!

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asked the Wizard, anxiously looking around.

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(The roof being plates of lead.

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Aramis exceeded himself in kind affability.

Story 4,177

She has arrived at her reason!

Story 4,178

Giselher and Gernot went for it.

Story 4,179

Yes, and she is already moving.

Story 4,180

Farina breathed hard through his teeth.

Story 4,181

The Tory stares as one bereft.

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They were left to attract him.

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But what can they now do?

Story 4,184

Jerusalem shall be inhabited without walls.

Story 4,185

We will call him a fogy.

Story 4,186

Emilia made an effort to go.

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Tell them me, I pray you.

Story 4,188

What shall you do in life?

Story 4,189

This is surely a remarkable development.

Story 4,190

He ran out in his shirt.

Story 4,191

Then over they came, bayonets glistening.

Story 4,192

“Of what man are you speaking?”

Story 4,193

The traveling man paused and waited.

Story 4,194

News of things from the East.

Story 4,195

Quickly, warningfully Buck Mulligan bent down.

Story 4,196

Hippias had few injunctions to observe.

Story 4,197

It was a dead thing altogether.

Story 4,198

That was the day before yesterday.

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I must do what I can.

Story 4,200

James was prostrated by the blow.

Story 4,201

You are summoned for to-morrow.

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and dark and chill the night!

Story 4,203

So he gone, I to bed.

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Nay, do not turn, but answer.

Story 4,206

En vain je le suppliais maintenant.

Story 4,207

Must I confess it, or deny?

Story 4,208

’What a very unpleasant girl, Traddles!

Story 4,209

I have nothing here with me….

Story 4,210

Wake not, but hear me, love!

Story 4,211

The term is explained in vol.

Story 4,212

“The traveler who has a lackey?”

Story 4,213

How is it possible?–where to?

Story 4,214

The grave-digger dropped his shovel.

Story 4,215

Yes, there are three of them.

Story 4,216

And God said: Be light made.

Story 4,217

“Was that all that prevented you?”

Story 4,218

Have ye seen the White Whale?

Story 4,219

Leave me, father, leave me alone!

Story 4,220

The Carystian - pale, with iron veins.

Story 4,221

If so, that is their misfortune.

Story 4,222

Run up to the fore-topsail.

Story 4,223

“What does that mean, Monsieur Colbert?”

Story 4,224

There is no need of change.

Story 4,225

Did you speak to Mr Dalrymple?

Story 4,226

–The same, Simon, Father Cowley answered.

Story 4,227

Do you admire that so much?

Story 4,228

After this I resumed my carriage.

Story 4,229

He asked whether Beauchamp spoke well.

Story 4,230

“That door yonder–the street door.”

Story 4,231

Whence shall the little ones eat?

Story 4,232

My dear, am I perfectly hideous?

Story 4,233

I had not looked for him.

Story 4,234

And as for posterity–damn posterity.

Story 4,235

“It is too long a time.”

Story 4,236

(The pages go toward the door.

Story 4,237

My going moves you not, meseems.

Story 4,238

You shall not eat with blood.

Story 4,239

There were still Prussians in France.

Story 4,240

I will see to that, Mr.

Story 4,241

Fresh Gales and Close Cloudy weather.

Story 4,242

deep and has a bold Current.

Story 4,243

France abounds in sixteenth-century glass.

Story 4,244

Why, they stay at doore Sir.

Story 4,245

’In cool blood you utter that?

Story 4,246

Fare thee well, my helpful mother!

Story 4,247

Prithee away: Is signior Deliro departed?

Story 4,248

There was a coolie woman once.

Story 4,249

“What are you standing there for?”

Story 4,250

So many words for words only.

Story 4,251

Enter Edward, Richard, and their power.

Story 4,252

“Call to-morrow morning, at ten.”

Story 4,253

But I thought her so kind.

Story 4,254

However, the hearing has been suspended.

Story 4,255

And MOST change is an evil.

Story 4,256

Everything outside was dark and dreary.

Story 4,257

On thy loue I charge thee?

Story 4,258

–Very much so, Nosey Flynn said.

Story 4,259

We will not make any profit.

Story 4,260

Marsh of the Tower with us.

Story 4,261

or shall I say her uncle?

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Somebody is marked for the grave.

Story 4,264

“Benedict Bellefontaine, thou art always joking.”

Story 4,265

Take thou his form and shape.

Story 4,266

Did you marry three wives maybe?

Story 4,267

If I do not denounce myself?

Story 4,268

The others followed at his heels.

Story 4,269

When do you need this sum?

Story 4,270

The throng stood still and waited.

Story 4,271

“Then what more do you want?”

Story 4,272

Women have been snared without loving.

Story 4,273

“Your ladyship, I conclude with that.”

Story 4,274

I suppose you have nothing contraband?

Story 4,275

She became utterly and completely miserable.

Story 4,276

Very well then, a HUNDRED thousand!

Story 4,277

“No, I have not seen him.”

Story 4,278

Would it not make one weepe?

Story 4,279

Where are the songs of Spring?

Story 4,280

On this sacred mountain, see COSMOGONY.

Story 4,281

cried the young man, turning pale.

Story 4,282

It is the step into death.

Story 4,283

The new-comer heads towards it.

Story 4,284

most of its inmates were women.

Story 4,285

Heard hee the good newes yet?

Story 4,286

But there is no such goddess.

Story 4,287

RAYA is the same as RAJA.

Story 4,288

And yet I come not well.

Story 4,289

They are not at all alike.

Story 4,290

I dislike arguments of any kind.

Story 4,291

“My wish is to please you.”

Story 4,292

Coal is mined in the neighbourhood.

Story 4,293

IT was a chilly November afternoon.

Story 4,294

when one has friends like you!

Story 4,295

He was an artist by profession.

Story 4,296

Farina asked, and had, his blessing.

Story 4,297

This Feast was peculiar to Athens.

Story 4,298

Kiomi sent a volley at her.

Story 4,299

Story 4,300

Enter MARLOW, followed by a Servant.

Story 4,301

Wild roses clustered in the hedges.

Story 4,302

She wished to hug the boy.

Story 4,303

How now, thou core of envy!

Story 4,304

“’Nothing; take it if you wish.”

Story 4,305

Christ stills the tempest at sea.

Story 4,306

–The wife has a fine voice.

Story 4,307

What are you looking at there?

Story 4,308

And, proud sufferer, who art thou?

Story 4,309

Can you hear a mewing cat?

Story 4,310

Well, then go to your Buonaparte!

Story 4,311

Can I see him- can I?

Story 4,312

I think you could influence him.

Story 4,313

From time to time they halted.

Story 4,314

Then I will tell you all.

Story 4,315


Story 4,316

Of course you love him dearly?

Story 4,317

At last they both went out.

Story 4,318

This affair is beyond my comprehension.

Story 4,319

she cried, with her vague radiance.

Story 4,320

Gervaise, tranquillisée, était redevenue toute souriante.

Story 4,321

As you think best, Naum Ivanitch.

Story 4,322

Mr. Philander stole another observation astern.

Story 4,323

I can promise you that much.

Story 4,324

I have forfeited my rank, perhaps.

Story 4,325

See how we recompense the righteous.

Story 4,326

The moist earth seemed to steam.

Story 4,327

To thee I lift my hand!

Story 4,328

–Good day again, Buck Mulligan said.

Story 4,329

“You are going into the garden?”

Story 4,330

I know that you must fight.

Story 4,331

That idea seemed to impress Colin.

Story 4,332

The news spread to the environs.

Story 4,333

I thought of him with respect.

Story 4,334

What more is to be done?

Story 4,335

“Pray be careful of yourself, miss.”

Story 4,336

I have nothing to give thee.

Story 4,337

cried a gruff voice from within.

Story 4,338

An act of special creation perhaps.

Story 4,339

You kept jumping up for nothing.

Story 4,340

unless Maud Copleigh cares to try.

Story 4,341

and behold Rose confused and dumb!

Story 4,342

Living or dead, where is she?

Story 4,343

You intend to introduce the prince?

Story 4,344

“With what day shall I begin?”

Story 4,345

To whom do you tell that?

Story 4,346

There were two other honorary members.

Story 4,347

He is to be regretted, Duke.

Story 4,348

How a score of ewes now?

Story 4,349

Besides, he wanted schooling in war.

Story 4,350

You will protect me from him?

Story 4,351

Who has to pay for it?

Story 4,352

“Surely you have gone too far?”

Story 4,353

Let me read that the while.

Story 4,354

The trial was hard for him.

Story 4,355

Why had he not warned her?

Story 4,356

O Count Rinaldo, O King Sacripant!

Story 4,357


Story 4,358

The eyes were dazzled with magnificence.

Story 4,359

And I saw no temple therein.

Story 4,360


Story 4,361

Patrick swung instantly to Mr. Adister.

Story 4,362

There was silence for some moments.

Story 4,363

Oratory is the child of freedom.

Story 4,364

Fourth Divisin, Brig.-Gen. Gershom Mott.

Story 4,365

do the hounds frighten you so?

Story 4,366

In love there are no friends.

Story 4,367

– that he left King Charles II.

Story 4,368

He fairly glittered in the gloom.

Story 4,369

how shall I break through them?

Story 4,370

The woodmen have just finished, captain.

Story 4,371

It is for you to decide.

Story 4,372

My lord, is the lady ready?

Story 4,373

No price could make it do.

Story 4,374

We have had enough of outlawry.

Story 4,375

“Lizaveta, I asked her for it.”

Story 4,376

At this point Samur darted up.

Story 4,377

I cannot understand him at all.

Story 4,378

Was not Themoud utterly cast off?

Story 4,379

Alexey Alexandrovitch went into her boudoir.

Story 4,380

He got off at the Madeleine.

Story 4,381

And Jeremias sunk into the mire.

Story 4,382

It was not true; Cosette lied.

Story 4,383

Is any man sick among you?

Story 4,384

’And your father was always kind?

Story 4,385

What fresh catastrophe had happened now?

Story 4,386

cut his throat, cut his throat!

Story 4,387

O Marwood, Marwood, art thou false?

Story 4,388

His jealousy demanded that gratification foremost.

Story 4,389

Where Shall I find protection, prince?

Story 4,390

I glanced up at her sharply.

Story 4,391

– "Of what account is my happiness!

Story 4,392

I am quite out of horses.

Story 4,393

He was not a happy man.

Story 4,394

He would have been socially ostracized.

Story 4,395

There is no ignominy in death.

Story 4,396

“I know nothing about it myself.”

Story 4,397

I respectfully ask attention to it.

Story 4,398

What do you thinke the houre?

Story 4,399

Gone to salute the rising morn.

Story 4,400

Yes, yes, how was it now?

Story 4,401

“Do you mean give him up?”

Story 4,402

The siege of Quebec was over.

Story 4,403

She had been through–how much?

Story 4,404

Blow up the fire, my maidens!

Story 4,405

And give heed to their counsel.

Story 4,406

“Did I never give her love!”

Story 4,407

Was a provincial system really necessary?

Story 4,408

I know where I left it.

Story 4,409

“The gun was made to conceal.”

Story 4,410

They arose, as it were, spontaneously.

Story 4,411

But the end did not come.

Story 4,412

And he said to them: Go.

Story 4,413

Jeeves, bring a cup of tea.

Story 4,414

Ambition: Just one look at everything.

Story 4,415

She asked whether Njal were awake?

Story 4,416

Are you sure she said that?

Story 4,417

Words sweetly placed and modestly directed.

Story 4,418

“And I to find an enemy.”

Story 4,419

“Come, come, madam, it is useless.”

Story 4,420

have labored with their usual diligence.

Story 4,421

Acting Lieutenant Commanding Seliin E. Woolworth.

Story 4,422

I am ready to do it.

Story 4,423

Fur-bearing animals, acquired sagacity of.

Story 4,424

Let him speak that is next.

Story 4,425

He knew that he was forgiven.

Story 4,426

but they be ready and speedy!

Story 4,427

I was educated in a convent.

Story 4,428

Then to supper and to bed.

Story 4,429

“Hurrah for trips in the air!”

Story 4,430

I lived here, I tell you.

Story 4,431

“You do not love the man?”

Story 4,432

SOCK, shoe worn by comic actors.

Story 4,433

What said Northumberland as touching Richmond?

Story 4,434

And then old Pettit smiled slowly.

Story 4,435

Nay, then good-night our part!

Story 4,436

“Yes, my lord; that is all.”

Story 4,437

He wore an air of desperation.

Story 4,438

God will not take me in!

Story 4,439

“Seven hundred and forty thousand pounds.”

Story 4,440

said Maggie, in a low voice.

Story 4,441


Story 4,442

I reckon we are going there.

Story 4,443

Comb down his hair; look, look!

Story 4,444

She put her arms round him.

Story 4,445

But what has that to do–?

Story 4,446

And Marya Dmitrievna touched her arm.

Story 4,447

“Would you mind telling my husband?”

Story 4,448

“My mother begs you to come.”

Story 4,449

I had just come to Paris.

Story 4,450

Or a change of address anyway.

Story 4,451

I did not dream of this!

Story 4,452

Purple gloves are on his hands.

Story 4,453

Socialism is certainly weak in England.

Story 4,454

This movement commenced last Saturday night.

Story 4,455

But when shall we be stronger?

Story 4,456

Anathema to them now and forevermore!

Story 4,457

George could feel nothing but sympathy.

Story 4,458

Chinese junks rush to and fro.

Story 4,459

EXHIBITION, allowance for keep, pocket-money.

Story 4,460

She soon had finished her lunch.

Story 4,461

Not of him that willeth, etc.

Story 4,462

Your conduct has been most infamous.

Story 4,463


Story 4,464

Story 4,465

Lord Hertford is coming toward us.

Story 4,466

Miss Bennett grew hotter and hotter.

Story 4,467

Cannot you tell him I will?

Story 4,468

But what has become of M.

Story 4,469

Our hunter is a splendid fellow!

Story 4,470

“Why, because it IS the mumps.”

Story 4,471

So no one took the bill.

Story 4,472

Thekla, I must–must leave thee!

Story 4,473

We must get rid of her.

Story 4,474

They have been gone a week.

Story 4,475

King Gunther, likewise, stood in peril.

Story 4,476

We who stand aloof admire stupidly.

Story 4,477

Because he is back in London!

Story 4,478

Quae lucis miseris tam dira cupido?

Story 4,479

He had just touched the bottom.

Story 4,480

QUOIT, throw like a quoit, chuck.

Story 4,481

God bless you, my dear master!

Story 4,482

They had the cheek, them frauds!

Story 4,483

But the Creator is not capricious.

Story 4,484

Are we, then, on these terms?

Story 4,485

that it should come to this!

Story 4,486

It is about nine inches long.

Story 4,487

Lend me a hanky, will you?

Story 4,488

She wanted to know him more.

Story 4,489

You CAN get rid of me.

Story 4,490

Jupiter was setting in the depths.

Story 4,491

[Exeunt POMPEY, CAESAR, ANTONY, and Attendants.

Story 4,492

Inquiry into the State of Poetry.

Story 4,493

Ay, and truly; you were best.

Story 4,494

So I piped with merry cheer.

Story 4,495

the yearly value of his fief.

Story 4,496

Wind North-East to South-East.

Story 4,497

A prolonged look followed the declaration.

Story 4,498

“Has he not told you anything?”

Story 4,499

’But about the news, your reverence?

Story 4,500

I thought of that long ago.

Story 4,501

through Mr. Charles Adolphus Bannerbridge, deceased!

Story 4,502

Wilt thou be better to-morrow?

Story 4,503

For the air of the heights.

Story 4,504

“What are we to do, then?”

Story 4,505

Welsh passive resistance to the Reformation.

Story 4,506

He seemed to be her double.

Story 4,507

“His majesty is at Orleans, then?”

Story 4,508

Then she stopped and faced him.

Story 4,509

It would only be like you.

Story 4,510

Agmina concurrunt ducibusque et viribus aequis.

Story 4,511

It was so coarse, so unfeminine.

Story 4,512

Things do not happen like that.

Story 4,513

He picked up cap and stick.

Story 4,514

Could the prisoners see each other?

Story 4,515

I teach the blatant Latin language.

Story 4,516

Does she make you very unhappy?

Story 4,517

I have accomplished towards Charles II.

Story 4,518

Lady Charlotte sprang unassisted to hers.

Story 4,519

Among the rest my Cozen Rich.

Story 4,520

plain gloves, and another of white.

Story 4,521

Pray God he keep his oath!

Story 4,522

Can you come round at once?

Story 4,523

What, drawn, and talk of peace!

Story 4,524

How hath this weakness taken thee?

Story 4,525

“Did you ever know him ill?”

Story 4,526

To see the sun at midnight!

Story 4,527

[Grasping a branch above his head.

Story 4,528

“What has come to little Rosemary?”

Story 4,529

Here the word is thoroughly Arabised.

Story 4,530

Do you want to betray him?

Story 4,531

God bless you for coming, Lucy.

Story 4,532

The fog was terrible this evening.

Story 4,533


Story 4,534

This question Marius felt like pincers.

Story 4,535

Gower was out for a walk.

Story 4,536

Do you hear, my mad wenches?

Story 4,537

Adieu, Love, adieu, Love, untrue Love!

Story 4,538

Marrying Beauchamp was no simple adventure.

Story 4,539

The situation was indeed sufficiently awkward.

Story 4,540

How likes Prince Balthazar this strategeme?

Story 4,541

A good friend of mine, too.

Story 4,542

The Fifteenth Night of the Month.

Story 4,543

What felt Elinor at that moment?

Story 4,544

The people are like wild beasts!

Story 4,545

I was born in that house.

Story 4,546

Why did she think and suppose?

Story 4,547

Therefore, he declined to marry Ruth.

Story 4,548

Wilt thou not the lambkins guard?

Story 4,549

allowance, contribution, subscription, subsidy, tribute, subvention.

Story 4,550

Mr. Warwick departed on his mission.

Story 4,551

I shall preside at the sessions.

Story 4,552

Richard Evans his name is, sir.

Story 4,553

The Shipwrecked Woman and her Child .

Story 4,554

Receive them well, Kriemhild, my wife.

Story 4,555

I guess Art is the cause.

Story 4,556

Ned Redding and the Beautiful Persian.

Story 4,557

But Madame Braux, dumfounded, understood nothing.

Story 4,558

The Spirit, stronger yet, repulsed him.

Story 4,559

There is no road that way.

Story 4,560

I stake my life on it.

Story 4,561

“Mother and father–nobody else hardly.”

Story 4,562

said the Doctor, with evident constraint.

Story 4,563

That is more to my mind.

Story 4,564

I haue: but what of him?

Story 4,565

There was not a breath stirring.

Story 4,566

“’Tis well; arise, vicomte, embrace me.”

Story 4,567

It was the capital letter A.

Story 4,568


Story 4,569

You were made a new creature.

Story 4,570

I am sure you need one.

Story 4,571

Let him look out for himself!

Story 4,572

And how much do you want?

Story 4,573

She grew absolutely ashamed of herself.

Story 4,574

“True for you, Rachel–I forgot.”

Story 4,575

exclaimed she, with a contemptuous smile.

Story 4,576

Why speaks my father so ungently?

Story 4,577

What, hast thou set them up?

Story 4,578

We can manage very well now.

Story 4,579

Moore asked him to bring Haines.

Story 4,580

Second Brigade, Brig.-Gen. Alexander Hays.

Story 4,581

Nor am I, said my friend.

Story 4,582

Thereafter the invasion was vigorously prosecuted.

Story 4,583

George Osborne is a capital fellow.

Story 4,584

Taught at Paris and at Oxford.

Story 4,585

Few of them only are troublesome.

Story 4,586

“Your majesty would not have any.”

Story 4,587

I thought of that long ago.

Story 4,588

The sun resounded in the sky.

Story 4,589

Short view of the above Deduction.

Story 4,590

} "Blime me, you Yanks are lazy.

Story 4,591

qui se brisait dans leurs sanglots.

Story 4,592

I entreat you to tell me.

Story 4,593

Oh, no, just under my breath.

Story 4,594

This slipshod style, how accounted for?

Story 4,595

The vine is most widely spread.

Story 4,596

Is not this a high reason?

Story 4,597

And would ye hear this likewise?

Story 4,598

“An indisputable fact, my good Ned.”

Story 4,599

MOS: Why now you speak, sir.

Story 4,600

But its blemish remaineth a secret.

Story 4,601

At first, I meant no more.

Story 4,602

how did ye get on behind.

Story 4,603

He is going round the world.

Story 4,604

Maurice did not sleep a wink.

Story 4,605

“By not stirring, my good Porthos.”

Story 4,606

Unbelief again lifts up its head.

Story 4,607

Trace of thoracic horn or crest.

Story 4,608

His words tumbled over each other.

Story 4,609

He worked round to it himself.

Story 4,610

She leaned, smiling, to Miss Elise.

Story 4,611

Again he set out for home.

Story 4,612

[He goes off, L.U.E.

Story 4,613

Why are you barring our way?

Story 4,614

Oppressors of the poor and needy .

Story 4,615

What do you say to Boadicea?

Story 4,616

“At present I am hopelessly mystified.”

Story 4,617

There was a general movement backwards.

Story 4,618

I have won it for him.

Story 4,619

like dolls all wiz one face.

Story 4,620

LAWSON, Thomas W., just a squeeler.

Story 4,621

She walked out with angry majesty.

Story 4,622

Many like customs continue to exist.

Story 4,623

No work begun will be suspended.

Story 4,624

makes Polyphemus copulate with the sheep.

Story 4,625

Greensboro is the best early variety.

Story 4,626

But he did not know it.

Story 4,627

Just look at those yellow tulips.

Story 4,628

“I have one to offer you.”

Story 4,629

Falsely had the knights contrived it.

Story 4,630

Offspring of a woman of principle!

Story 4,631

And do you use this often?

Story 4,632

Several men joined the first two.

Story 4,633

Not a word was being spoken.

Story 4,634

this is now the seventieth year.

Story 4,635

Anything to do with South Africa?

Story 4,636

said he in a low voice.

Story 4,637

Horror melted in anguish to hear.

Story 4,638

To this Clara made no answer.

Story 4,639

’Your master is a true scoundrel!

Story 4,640

’And how did she behave then?

Story 4,641

These monks, of course, are Buddhists.

Story 4,642

Then you will know me better.

Story 4,643

And that man lives in Belyov.

Story 4,644

It is thirty years since then!

Story 4,645

’What does Mr Johnson say, Vincent?

Story 4,646

Besides, we are open to conviction.

Story 4,647

Then we shall start to-morrow.

Story 4,648

“No; I know no one here.”

Story 4,649

I will, though,–comrade, I will!

Story 4,650

The theme was Love and Death.

Story 4,651

And do these arms enfold thee?

Story 4,652

And that is your modern world.

Story 4,653

replied the young men in chorus.

Story 4,654

Whether there, or there, or there?

Story 4,655

I thinke you know him: Mr.

Story 4,656

shall we speak of the terms?

Story 4,657

They were bereft of their food.

Story 4,658

Oh, the misery of all bestowers!

Story 4,659

Variable light Airs and Clear weather.

Story 4,660

Pull out my two front teeth!

Story 4,661

We had to have a statue.

Story 4,662

I may, however, summarize our position.

Story 4,663

His eyes fluttered and went shut.

Story 4,664

Napper Tandy was also an Irishman.

Story 4,665

It even stimulated him, excited him.

Story 4,666

I think it well, my lord.

Story 4,667

The lady was of unshaken nerves.

Story 4,668

However, it had to be done.

Story 4,669

Oh yes, for myself as well.

Story 4,670

repeated Mr. Tetlow in some surprise.

Story 4,671

Inquiry into the State of Poetry.

Story 4,672

Yes, Blanche, it is perfectly true!

Story 4,673


Story 4,674

Is sought by any other suitor?

Story 4,675

Genus hoc est ex essedis pugnae.

Story 4,676

Salutation and greeting to you all!

Story 4,677

The surgeons could do no more.

Story 4,678

The three friends burst into laughter.

Story 4,679

He died early THIS morning, remember.

Story 4,680

cried Porthos, as if in pain.

Story 4,681

i.e., what didst thou see?

Story 4,682

She ran off to her father.

Story 4,683

“Yes I do, indeed I do.”

Story 4,684

How do you feel now, dear?

Story 4,685

And not heard from him, either?

Story 4,686

How do I appear to people?

Story 4,687

“Now, Helen, what did happen really?”

Story 4,688

No one knows what Pluffles thought.

Story 4,689

asked she, in a low tone.

Story 4,690

They loved, tenderly, the merciless monsters.

Story 4,691

Both approved the war with Spain.

Story 4,692

The disciplinary courts were very interesting.

Story 4,693

Here we sat a while talking.

Story 4,694

“Are you happy–are you happy?”

Story 4,695

“You are conspiring against M. Colbert.”

Story 4,696

Charlie smiled, but did not answer.

Story 4,697

They were, however, retained in Italy.

Story 4,698

Of Sigi, the Son of Odin.

Story 4,699

He should not have said it.

Story 4,700

VOLP: The storm comes toward me.

Story 4,701

He also drank from his glass.

Story 4,702

that my leg is too long?

Story 4,703

The earth gave forth its freshness.

Story 4,704

Anne, whatever are you thinking of?

Story 4,705

For that I do not weep.

Story 4,706

“Not at all, – not at all.”

Story 4,707

Suddenly a tremendous explosion was heard.

Story 4,708


Story 4,709

Madam, how like you this play?

Story 4,710

By J. E. Cairnes, M.A.

Story 4,711

They will give you–a papa.

Story 4,712

Charles looked at him and cowered.

Story 4,713

’We have quite enough free-thinking.

Story 4,714

Oh, it is raging within me.

Story 4,715

Catharine looked at him in astonishment.

Story 4,716

“I will be very, very glad.”

Story 4,717

What is all this racket about?

Story 4,718

Thus much for England and France.

Story 4,719

Sawest thou ever thy friend asleep?

Story 4,720

You will see me to-morrow.

Story 4,721

“Why do you not think so?”

Story 4,722

He has but increased the debt!

Story 4,723

But he said never a word.

Story 4,724

Indeed he is fair of favour.

Story 4,725

She was bitten by a serpent.

Story 4,726

I say again, that is quixotic.

Story 4,727

You wear flannel next your skin .

Story 4,728

She wanted to be read to.

Story 4,729

Late appearance of the separate family.

Story 4,730

there is the bell ringing now.

Story 4,731

Even when you lived at home?

Story 4,732

“Ah, well, it cannet be helped!”

Story 4,733

Never once had it fallen flat.

Story 4,734

Lannes hastened to the First Consul.

Story 4,735

Ascanius founded Alba, and afterwards married.

Story 4,736

Are you in search of him?

Story 4,737

Well, this must needs be granted.

Story 4,738

Letters from Bevisham had suddenly ceased.

Story 4,739

He is my man of business.

Story 4,740

She began to fear Willoughby again.

Story 4,741

The design succeeded to his wish.

Story 4,742

What boot our gifts, King Etzel?

Story 4,743

His transfiguration is at an end.

Story 4,744

Why dost thou lash that whore?

Story 4,745

They all pricked up their ears.

Story 4,746

I leave Chesney Wold to-night.

Story 4,747

Ah, the happy ramble that year!

Story 4,748

I knew it, I was certain.

Story 4,749

’Well, yes it is hard work.

Story 4,750

Yes, I am in his arms.

Story 4,751

’Was he deaf and dumb, woman?

Story 4,752

DAUP: Not I, by any means.

Story 4,753

A discussion is difficult down here.

Story 4,754

To be in love is folly?

Story 4,755

“God keep me!–keep us all!”

Story 4,756

O me, what newes my Loue?

Story 4,757

“Some four-footed game, M. Aronnax.”

Story 4,758

to speak to you about me?

Story 4,759

I thank you for the illustration.

Story 4,760

“Ah, well may you ask it!”

Story 4,761

Think them over for a moment.

Story 4,762

This story is worth a diversion.

Story 4,763

Scott cried desperately at the crowd.

Story 4,764

’It grieves me to think differently.

Story 4,765

Sir James looked at him keenly.

Story 4,766

I wish to avoid an illness.

Story 4,767

Strange love talk, is it not?

Story 4,768

Oh, the unworthy, the disgraceful traitor!

Story 4,769

But in that I must venture.

Story 4,770

“From her Majesty, as I think.”

Story 4,771

Yes, it would be as well.

Story 4,772

What would he have borrowed you?

Story 4,773

raising from the lower hinge-pins.

Story 4,774

“She said it was high time.”

Story 4,775

Condemned villaine, I do apprehend thee.

Story 4,776

The question had to be repeated.

Story 4,777

Will you be that woman, Tessy?

Story 4,778

They are certain to do so.

Story 4,779

The dinner was laid for four.

Story 4,780

O tameless heart in battered frame!

Story 4,781

how often fief and fain, vii.

Story 4,782

See if common sense allows this.

Story 4,783

she added, in a beseeching tone.

Story 4,784


Story 4,785

I think we have some interest.

Story 4,786

It is thy post by birth.

Story 4,787

To their body and this earth.

Story 4,788

Then he went home and entered.

Story 4,789

Shall you take us to bed!

Story 4,790

Dudley gazed at it a moment.

Story 4,791

said he, as he joined her.

Story 4,792

[Enter Edgar, disguised as a madman.

Story 4,793

We do not grudge them anything.

Story 4,794

It was a very dirty place.

Story 4,795

Only the thought comes to me.

Story 4,796

“Oh, indeed, it is true then!”

Story 4,797

It cannot do you greater treachery.

Story 4,798

I was very much in earnest.

Story 4,799

Now then, catch hold in twos!

Story 4,800

Tis to teach ye a lesson.

## Story 4,801
’For the rest of it, honey!

Story 4,802

Who keepes the Gate heere hoa?

Story 4,803

It was a box of peppermints.

Story 4,804

“Le Subtil says it is good.”

Story 4,805

Some way it affected me much.

Story 4,806

To look; a look at something.

Story 4,807

He floated thus for several months.

Story 4,808

“Well, which way is straight ahead?”

Story 4,809

Now wottest thou what I am?

Story 4,810

Then I will not have him.

Story 4,811

Re-enter Charles, Alencon, and Reignier.

Story 4,812

One touch on that mouth again!

Story 4,813

To Jack Wheelbarrow, three hundred dollars.

Story 4,814

Therefore Eagle scratched up great ridges.

Story 4,815

he muttered, as though to himself.

Story 4,816

Forgive: and you shall be forgiven.

Story 4,817

He knew of its comfortable lobby.

Story 4,818

We need to eat and sleep.

Story 4,819

Mother, or Prototype of the Book.

Story 4,820

“These are very proud words, Henry!”

Story 4,821

“You must take me with you.”

Story 4,822

It is the hour of midnight.

Story 4,823

Penelope herself cannot hold out long.

Story 4,824

This is not all the difficulty.

Story 4,825

What is it, O my lady?

Story 4,826

Wheedling availed as little as argument.

Story 4,827

Is this the time to sing?

Story 4,828

thy son gave mine these wounds.

Story 4,829

Toute la société éclata de rire.

Story 4,830

He is at the last gasp.

Story 4,831

Fancy bothering about such trifies now!

Story 4,832

professorship, lectureship, readership, fellowship, tutorship; chair.

Story 4,833

How billow-like and boisterously grand!

Story 4,834

What heavenly particle inspires the clay?

Story 4,835

But are you really well, father?

Story 4,836

Their interview was short and absurd.

Story 4,837

Dear me, dear me, how unfortunate!

Story 4,838

here is the first fruits thereof.

Story 4,839

The pinch of bhusa enlightened Trejago.

Story 4,840

Them I was traversing, when, lo!

Story 4,841

What news, friar, of the duke?

Story 4,842

No, no; flap down your fifty.

Story 4,843

I thank you for your own.

Story 4,844

Laurie took Sallie, Jo, and Ned.

Story 4,845

Evidently it was righting a little.

Story 4,846

Is that one quite alive quite?

Story 4,847

Any thing may produce any thing.

Story 4,848

said the leader of the band.

Story 4,849

You see how weak she is.

Story 4,850

This is the problem of race.

Story 4,851

“I am so glad, so glad!”

Story 4,852

Please get out of my way.

Story 4,853

All that day Jos never came.

Story 4,854

It was the answer she liked.

Story 4,855

“What are you talking about, brother?”

Story 4,856

A bawd, a bawd, a bawd!

Story 4,857

“In San Francisco, a year ago.”

Story 4,858

All the world was against her!

Story 4,859

said Alexandra, shocked at her rudeness.

Story 4,860

Siegfried implored him not to go.

Story 4,861

An idea comes into my head.

Story 4,862

And then there was Leonard Boyce.

Story 4,863

“Not much, but someone else did.”

Story 4,864

But death is never a shame.

Story 4,865

Mr. Ferdishenko will kindly fetch them.

Story 4,866

He must not see my uneasiness.

Story 4,867

Pledge thy salvation ere I speak.

Story 4,868

I only want to love you.

Story 4,869

SIR P: Nay, sir, conceive me.

Story 4,870

He knelt and was soon absorbed.

Story 4,871

And at this thought I paused.

Story 4,872

A dialogue between Jones and Partridge.

Story 4,873

said Nell, running up to them.

Story 4,874

`Are there any quail left now?

Story 4,875

and you got him–somewheres hid.

Story 4,876

I follow, mine host, I follow.

Story 4,877

From whom did he inherit them?

Story 4,878

Mr. Montagu mistakes effect for cause.

Story 4,879

damned in the midst of Paradise!

Story 4,880

A blackish stream passed under it.

Story 4,881

He continued to climb with Mme.

Story 4,882

Here I drank some burnt brandy.

Story 4,883

Charley profanely hinted they were humbug.

Story 4,884

I have to hear of Nature!

Story 4,885

What a jolly rumble it makes!

Story 4,886

“A gas of our own invention.”

Story 4,887

said he, staring at us angrily.

Story 4,888

He did not dislike the character.

Story 4,889

I have grown thin from sorrow.

Story 4,890

“I will go, on two conditions.”

Story 4,891

“I was waitress in a restaurant.”

Story 4,892

Peace be to thine ashes blest!

Story 4,893

Varro lieutenant of Pompey in Spain.

Story 4,894

And anon he rode to him.

Story 4,895

Locutions heard by the Saint, xviii.

Story 4,896

Well, then, I am a plagiarist.

Story 4,897

But this morning, getting Sir .W.

Story 4,898

Nevil Beauchamp dozed for an hour.

Story 4,899

Why fled you from the court?

Story 4,900

Pole forced on for a speech.

Story 4,901

“And you will stay with me?”

Story 4,902

Can he write and reade too?

Story 4,903

the dead bodies in the picture.

Story 4,904

Put poison in their latest breath!

Story 4,905

“Will you not come with me?”

Story 4,906

Greater than Von Homber, of Berlin?

Story 4,907

Hippolyte, reflecting, rolled his stupid eyes.

Story 4,908

[Footnote: The Art of preserving Health.

Story 4,909

Is father very unforgiving to women?

Story 4,910

He wanted to stir her up.

Story 4,911

I know him by sight, sir.

Story 4,912

He was quite a young general!

Story 4,913

He did not perceive the change.

Story 4,914

If you cannot, hold your peace!

Story 4,915

So weary and sleepy to bed.

Story 4,916

My experiments have made me hopeful.

Story 4,917

Mrs. Chump threw out her arms.

Story 4,918

“It is the devil in person!”

Story 4,919

The most infectious Pestilence vpon thee.

Story 4,920

wide which falls in on Stard.

Story 4,921

Where had he obtained that blouse?

Story 4,922

But what can the Japanese do?

Story 4,923

For the sake of that faith.

Story 4,924

You see the conditions I offer.

Story 4,925

O heart, lose not thy nature!

Story 4,926

Are you come to fetch me?

Story 4,927

What Letter are you reading there?

Story 4,928

What great big eyes she has!

Story 4,929

’Nearly ready to run about, Nell!

Story 4,930

egg-shells, caviare, butter, beef, bacon!

Story 4,931

Two hours to save Graham Guthrie!

Story 4,932

There will still be business enough.

Story 4,933

At the flowered or Shrovetide ox.

Story 4,934

I am not related to anybody.

Story 4,935

The prophets came from the East!

Story 4,936

Meade with his staff accompanied me.

Story 4,937

To the devil with thee, assassin!

Story 4,938

Have you met with an accident?

Story 4,939

Put on shore some Sick People.

Story 4,940

[The Ship Aground on Endeavour Reef.

Story 4,941

And Ezechias wept with much weeping.

Story 4,942

We must go back at once.

Story 4,943

“So that you have the amount?”

Story 4,944

where shall I hope to find?

Story 4,945

“So you do not plead guilty?”

Story 4,946

that had somehow made them ridiculous.

Story 4,947

When Maelzel opens the door No.

Story 4,948

asked the countess, in evident surprise.

Story 4,949

Madame Magloire made an expressive grimace.

Story 4,950

A word from Ayrton explained everything.

Story 4,951

The distant squeak was heard again.

Story 4,952

The officer of Attila, called Eslas.

Story 4,953

“Have you spoken to your father?”

Story 4,954

Nobody could who has red hair.

Story 4,955

He suits me, she liking him.

Story 4,956

It mentioned NOT A SINGLE BOOK.

Story 4,957

Oh, I hope there are risks!

Story 4,958

It is the book of righteousness.

Story 4,959

What though I be a woman?

Story 4,960

He is called his son, ver.

Story 4,961

We would go back to Compton.

Story 4,962

He was constantly courteous to her.

Story 4,963

Why, do you not know him?

Story 4,964

We must make it our own.

Story 4,965

de la Cie. de Jesus, i.

Story 4,966

I depend on you for that.

Story 4,967

What story belonged to this disaster?

Story 4,968

All right again this time, Ffoulkes?

Story 4,969

Dodd Mead and Co., New York.

Story 4,970

’I say nothing about that, sir.

Story 4,971

Then suddenly a sharp, crisp sound.

Story 4,972

Years have elapsed since then, Kate.

Story 4,973

I will devote myself to science.

Story 4,974

he thought, looking irritably at her.

Story 4,975

What more is my name, Lootie?

Story 4,976

“May it not frighten her terribly?”

Story 4,977

Charles is unjust to his uncle.

Story 4,978

We are certainly making some progress.

Story 4,979

My sister, wouldst thou leave me?

Story 4,980

Cheyne slapped his leg and chuckled.

Story 4,981

As unto little ones in Christ.

Story 4,982

Secretary and Treasurer–James N. Cusick.

Story 4,983

“You do not understand me, Maximilian.”

Story 4,984

You are not tied to time.

Story 4,985

The Shipwrecked Woman and her Child .

Story 4,986

Von Bork pushed over a telegram.

Story 4,987

But we cannot see her boat.

Story 4,988

He has sustained you thus far.

Story 4,989

said Miss Squeers, relapsing into melancholy.

Story 4,990

Hard work was his early lot.

Story 4,991

At length Garth spoke, slowly, hesitatingly.

Story 4,992

Why, sure, this is not he.

Story 4,993

“How can one describe a man?”

Story 4,994

Mr. Roach was not without curiosity.

Story 4,995

Self-evident the doctrine is not.

Story 4,996

There was nothing in the way.

Story 4,997

That, you say, was my fault!

Story 4,998

Wheelbarrow sun over arch of bridge.

Story 4,999

What is to become of you?

Story 5,000

“True; but I am not jealous.”

Story 5,001

Is it within, reason and compasse?

Story 5,002

Plutarch presently became my greatest favorite.

Story 5,003

Amen, Amen!–Mount, chevaliers; to arms!

Story 5,004

“Nine years is a tolerable time.”

Story 5,005

So it is with us also!

Story 5,006

what, spare ye for the stones?

Story 5,007

Compare Milton, P. L. b. ii.

Story 5,008


Story 5,009

We had not much to do.

Story 5,010

It was set in a necklace.

Story 5,011

“Oh, I am already grandly recompensed!”

Story 5,012

And so he told him all.

Story 5,013

He knew nothing of his father.

Story 5,014

he exclaimed, jumping off his horse.

Story 5,015

“Of course, I must do so.”

Story 5,016

Perchance till after Theseus wedding day.

Story 5,017

Drewyer Killed one deer this evening.

Story 5,018

Hence the origin of the Angles.

Story 5,019

.which Morley felt much more keenly.

Story 5,020

“Supposing it to be really deception.”

Story 5,021

That oath he dares not break!

Story 5,022

Nickname for the sick report book.

Story 5,023

You are never so to me.

Story 5,024

The Fourth Night of the Month.

Story 5,025

Stand out of my way, Robert.

Story 5,026

Anguish balanced pleasure in them both.

Story 5,027

She multiplied hospitals, orphanages, and asylums.

Story 5,028

Sir Leicester, will you allow me?

Story 5,029

But henceforth menace hovers over privilege.

Story 5,030

The damage done, however, was slight.

Story 5,031

But for the time, chaos prevailed.

Story 5,032

Come up on the steps immejitely!

Story 5,033

By the ear Death pulls me.

Story 5,034

’Vast there, you bloody old owl!

Story 5,035

Great heaven, I had forgotten her!

Story 5,036

your worship would burn my books!

Story 5,037

I hope he will come tonight.

Story 5,038

Dear me, this is very interesting.

Story 5,039

Whom thus the Angel interrupted mild.

Story 5,040

The oars rested on the rowlocks.

Story 5,041

O for Joshua, son of Nun!

Story 5,042

She said it, Rebecca said it.

Story 5,043

Whoever you are, you must wait.

Story 5,044

Be strong and of good courage.

Story 5,045

’Far a drive,–to be sure.

Story 5,046

Sir James looked at Tuppence quizzically.

Story 5,047

Exactly what one has not got!

Story 5,048

Suppose ye render him no thanks!

Story 5,049

We swore to wait till Christmas.

Story 5,050

May not the meaning of King {.

Story 5,051

Today he was too much agitated.

Story 5,052

But the maiden did not reply.

Story 5,053

Both Orleans and Montargis are ours.

Story 5,054

We are the first, we Unterwaldeners.

Story 5,055

Ferro flamma fame, Fortior fortuna fato.

Story 5,056

All heroism is dear to them.

Story 5,057

I looked at the lawn again.

Story 5,058

In truth, I can so believe.

Story 5,059

See the rhetorical exultation of Eumenius.

Story 5,060

Story 5,061

Think on all earthly things, vicissitudes.

Story 5,062

What for the meal, dear heart?

Story 5,063

What do you mean by–doing?

Story 5,064

I think the big balcony room.

Story 5,065

How long hast thou beene blinde?

Story 5,066

Jane now passed beneath the spell.

Story 5,067

.That is, by a natural death.

Story 5,068


Story 5,069

You shall be satisfied with me.

Story 5,070

See To-jo-ren-to-roku.

Story 5,071

Then shall he immolate the holocaust.

Story 5,072

Starbuck paled, and turned, and shivered.

Story 5,073


Story 5,074

But that is not the point.

Story 5,075

I know where it is situate.

Story 5,076

I have brought him a present.

Story 5,077

Dauntless he in time of peril!

Story 5,078

He comes; I hear him–Uh!

Story 5,079

hath not put crookedness into it.

Story 5,080

But I recognize the difficulties involved.

Story 5,081

’Quite inefficacious to arrest her determinations.

Story 5,082

I suppress what relates to myself.

Story 5,083

said Gudrun, with heavy hateful irony.

Story 5,084

You are just like a Jeames.

Story 5,085

Carrie heard this, flushing with thankfulness.

Story 5,086

Have you looked at the room?

Story 5,087

He flung it into the fire.

Story 5,088

I have yet one crown left.

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What shall we gain by it?

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he should have come to me.

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Note: There are here several errors.

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They have numbered all my bones.

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A rat scurried across the floor.

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“It shall not be wanting, mademoiselle.”

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Amelia was very VERY happy indeed.

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Enjoying the confidence of Gregory XV.

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“O King, wouldst thou hear more?”

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said Bryson, with a gentle laugh.

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; it belonged to a Mr. Joyce.

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demanded Harker, with a hard eye.

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What are you trying to do?

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So the King still went on.

Story 5,104

What was merry Christmas to Scrooge?

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Am I cruel in my love?

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Bona paterna, Bonorum potestas, Bonum publicum.

Story 5,107

Then you did once believe it?

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I am so giddy and thoughtless!

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Why did you not tell me?

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He apologized, and was sincerely repentant.

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I hope you will consider it.

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both the ladies asked at once.

Story 5,113

“Curse that Grospierre for his folly!”

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What callest thou such a step?

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Above its shadows heaven stood open.

Story 5,116

It sounds like a heart beating.

Story 5,117

Ze morales, madame, suit ze sun.

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Its happy days, being in Tortuga.

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Por dios, senores, muy linda casa!

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It would only be like you.

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jeered at for a sheep-heart?

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“Men fear him and spare him.”

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But leave him to me, dearest.

Story 5,124

The comedy is going to begin.

Story 5,125

Depression had settled upon her spirit.

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I stake my life on it.

Story 5,127

Such were the words Guhala said.

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’Of course, I never left her.

Story 5,129

So look thou use her well.

Story 5,130

The wise youth was very comfortable.

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Why, what an ass am I!

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Or, if he played at chess?

Story 5,133

What say you to this, sir?

Story 5,134

For a while he kept silent.

Story 5,135

’It belongs to me at present.

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“In a very few minutes, sir.”

Story 5,137

Wilt thou go to bed, Malvolio?

Story 5,138

`I awoke a little before sunsetting.

Story 5,139

She looked at him good-humouredly.

Story 5,140

Then the king hearkened unto them.

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; the honours he paid him, ib.

Story 5,142

Jip, you naughty boy, come here!

Story 5,143

Did not: no, no: believe: Lidlyd.

Story 5,144

Great honour to the Fire-flies!

Story 5,145

The two regarded each other silently.

Story 5,146

“I am sure of it, sure!”

Story 5,147

Levin sat down in the window.

Story 5,148

Later.–How strange it all is.

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said Dolly, opening her eyes wide.

Story 5,150

Would you trust him to Airheart?

Story 5,151

Bertram now bade his mother farewell.

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What if his host outnumber ours!

Story 5,153

O Tom, tell me the truth!

Story 5,154

The rain dripped from the eaves.

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’I believe you would, my lady.

Story 5,156

COUNT BELLIEVRE, Envoy Extraordinary from France.

Story 5,157

or rather at what he said?

Story 5,158

Who hath played me this trick?

Story 5,159

Shall I confess it to you?

Story 5,160

“To encourage the bankrupt perruquier, sir?”

Story 5,161

The universities everywhere were less frequented.

Story 5,162

How do you find yourself today?

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So just think of your duty.

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–Look at that now, she said.

Story 5,165

“Why should you not be there?”

Story 5,166

Of course Boyce had half promised.

Story 5,167

Sit down and take your breath.

Story 5,168

No one replied to his remarks.

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Are you a friend of his?

Story 5,170

Quite blind–and both his eyes?

Story 5,171

I will grind him to powder!

Story 5,172

what an evening I shall have.

Story 5,173

And when didst thou leave Cairo?

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It cannot be, it is impossible.

Story 5,175

And what are you crying for?

Story 5,176

–There it is, Red Murray said.

Story 5,177

“Yes, to-day, if you like.”

Story 5,178

Wisdom is the daughter of experience.

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Tis too true, she is mad.

Story 5,180

His father and mother were dead.

Story 5,181

So he has proved to me!

Story 5,182

I want to speak to Agnes.

Story 5,183

I had never seen him before.

Story 5,184

Yes, said By-ends, I hope.

Story 5,185

Parry, too, started and stopped reading.

Story 5,186

Men, women, and children lay together.

Story 5,187

A subtle traitor needs no sophister.

Story 5,188

Redworth looked up over the chimneys.

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We got out of that neatly.

Story 5,190

“Because of the divorce, I suppose?”

Story 5,191

His is the Hand that heals.

Story 5,192

I shall remain with you, bah!

Story 5,193

.I hear the slap of saddles.

Story 5,194

CLER: Well held at the bear.

Story 5,195

Wherefore camest not thou unto me?

Story 5,196

What–is it he–so soon?

Story 5,197

There was an understanding between them.

Story 5,198

–But Zarathustra also is a poet.

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Where did you find this written?

Story 5,200

Antonius lived for some years longer.

Story 5,201

George indicated Alice with a gesture.

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– Ne causez pas tant, bégaya Gervaise.

Story 5,203

And it was revealed unto Noah.

Story 5,204

What do you see in it?

Story 5,205

To go off guard–mutinous villains!

Story 5,206

This she did, but without success.

Story 5,207

“Perhaps I may kiss your hand?”

Story 5,208

I seem no good at all.

Story 5,209

The manner was frank, cordial, winsome.

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Ay, dat is very good; excellent!

Story 5,211

Order the bells to be rung!

Story 5,212

The young man coloured a little.

Story 5,213

I gave him the idea, though!

Story 5,214

We behold her at work incessantly.

Story 5,215

[Off South Cape of New Zealand.

Story 5,216

Cut it short and tell her.

Story 5,217

“See how the artist peeps out!”

Story 5,218

At last the patriots were victorious.

Story 5,219

Are you always in the country?

Story 5,220

Are they not all Ministering Spirits?

Story 5,221

You are a man of judgment.

Story 5,222

Of the Paralogisms of Pure Reason.

Story 5,223

Oh, my men!–my beautiful men!

Story 5,224

’Let me go into some profession.

Story 5,225

Sapt shook his head over it.

Story 5,226

I did not so promise him.

Story 5,227

I thought of the oddest things.

Story 5,228

A sceptic made a cynical suggestion.

Story 5,229

Then I returned to my room.

Story 5,230

The priests were numerous and powerful.

Story 5,231

See Lettres du roi Louis XII.

Story 5,232

I had quite forgotten that point.

Story 5,233

Such was the plot in contemplation.

Story 5,234

The landlady looked through the keyhole.

Story 5,235

I looked at the lawn again.

Story 5,236

Examine in what things he rests.

Story 5,237

His eyes bethought themselves once more.

Story 5,238

Find swiftly that noble young man.

Story 5,239

he may be fond of her.

Story 5,240

Come, come, it may not be.

Story 5,241

May He be blessed for evermore!

Story 5,242

As many, worthy lady, to yourself.

Story 5,243

She was constrained to give answer.

Story 5,244

in the middle of the morning.

Story 5,245

Sir Lukin put forth a hand.

Story 5,246

In the middle of the day?

Story 5,247

We knew we should be alone.

Story 5,248

Dahlia sent her eyes at Rhoda.

Story 5,249

He is a regular sea-wolf.

Story 5,250

Luigi could not see the deduction.

Story 5,251

Ripton said no more, but thought.

Story 5,252

But nothing of the sort happened.

Story 5,253

Thorough search, but no one found.

Story 5,254

“Ach, you said that to them!”

Story 5,255

he cried, with a livid face.

Story 5,256

It is like losing a limb.

Story 5,257

’Why should Mr. Harrington confess it?

Story 5,258

she had a difficulty in saying.

Story 5,259

Is he not a handsome man?

Story 5,260

The whole work was quite modern.

Story 5,261

There were brooks to be forded.

Story 5,262

You can say I am coming.

Story 5,263

The library was on the left.

Story 5,264

This is a case of delusion.

Story 5,265

“Does it matter so very much?”

Story 5,266

“I do, hee-hee, I do!”

Story 5,267

“Whom else can a Roman trust?”

Story 5,268

Pupianus assembles his army at Ravenna.

Story 5,269

Let it be as you like.

Story 5,270

And so good-bye to Polheim.

Story 5,271

What should I say, sweet lady?

Story 5,272

What is the matter with her?

Story 5,273

said he, after a considerable pause.

Story 5,274

Making a dead leaf grow again.

Story 5,275

[Historical Notes, East Coast of Australia.

Story 5,276

She said she would see her.

Story 5,277

`I will send your things up.

Story 5,278

You spoke not with her since?

Story 5,279

“In the middle of the performance?”

Story 5,280

Why, what is that to you?

Story 5,281

The boy acquiesced and embraced Islamism.

Story 5,282

There is no doubt of that.

Story 5,283

“Philosophers like Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Kant?”

Story 5,284

He camped with us that night.

Story 5,285

“Then make it easy for her!”

Story 5,286

With strained ears the murderers waited.

Story 5,287

Why,–that you are my daughter?

Story 5,288

I shall never talk anything else!

Story 5,289

It was impossible: he could not.

Story 5,290

“Oh–I was talking to myself!”

Story 5,291

Take care not to forget that.

Story 5,292

You are trying to frighten me.

Story 5,293

Caderousse was thoughtful for a moment.

Story 5,294

It frequently occurs in the negro.

Story 5,295

Do you talk of a sacrifice?

Story 5,296

Do you wish to see them?

Story 5,297

Lie not a night from home.

Story 5,298

Not now–not now, dear comrades.

Story 5,299

The head of a man emerged.

Story 5,300

Ni eltrovos kia arkpafisto vi estas.

Story 5,301

[Enter Lady Macbeth and a Servant.

Story 5,302

– `A soldier of the French army.

Story 5,303

What does it matter to you?

Story 5,304

SOCK, shoe worn by comic actors.

Story 5,305

This slipshod style, how accounted for?

Story 5,306

“He took it so awfully cool.”

Story 5,307

’He did, Nevil, and admired her.

Story 5,308

And he brought him to Jesus.

Story 5,309

It was almost tantamount to betrayal!

Story 5,310

Recent rains had swollen the river.

Story 5,311

[Presenting PERDITA, who kneels to HERMIONE.

Story 5,312

Look at those fat, black clouds.

Story 5,313

This slipshod style, how accounted for?

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Story 5,315

My interest alone could do that.

Story 5,316

At the door a cart stopped.

Story 5,317

Can anything be made of this?

Story 5,318

A word from him went far.

Story 5,319

They sat together awhile and smoked.

Story 5,320

Do you mean that for me?

Story 5,321

Give it up; let me write.

Story 5,322

Wherefore could I not slay him?

Story 5,323

God was needed for the atonement.

Story 5,324

–Â Eh bien, nous partons, dit-il.

Story 5,325

Let us shut this one up.

Story 5,326

Then how came you here, sir?

Story 5,327


Story 5,328

Not so: I think she lives.

Story 5,329

I left her straining for breath.

Story 5,330

Welcome, my trusty citizens of Orleans!

Story 5,331

“Anything down there about your souls?”

Story 5,332

“That is where we are going?”

Story 5,333

“You have spoken of me, then?”

Story 5,334

Jackals learning from dogs to bark.

Story 5,335

Yet–he lost her–lost her!

Story 5,336

Then Brunhild attired her in haste.

Story 5,337

What would the boy naturally do?

Story 5,338

In love there are no friends.

Story 5,339

If he does, viva to him!

Story 5,340

he replied, glancing again at her.

Story 5,341

As for objections, there were none.

Story 5,342

What is thy name, good fellow?

Story 5,343

Enough!–Play on, Montfleury–fear nothing!

Story 5,344

Vittoria thankfully consented to the arrangement.

Story 5,345

Bent, the slope of the hill.

Story 5,346

from a German version by J.

Story 5,347

Such was the disposition of Cassius.

Story 5,348

I love her ardently in return.

Story 5,349

Hesiod also has the like account.

Story 5,350

Your Mitre is your best house.

Story 5,351

U-p-up, adjective, not down.

Story 5,352

He spoke with rather timid discontent.

Story 5,353

“Oh, make a sacrifice of yourself!”

Story 5,354

I said you were a traitress.

Story 5,355

“And who is the Countess G—- ?”

Story 5,356

All fortune to the good Simonides!

Story 5,357

At first the food was bad.

Story 5,358

asked Mrs. Linton, appealing to me.

Story 5,359

They make a very nice garnish.

Story 5,360


Story 5,361

You will communicate with us again?

Story 5,362

But I am a coward and .

Story 5,363

Nevertheless, it was necessary to finish.

Story 5,364

“Yes…oh, no, wait a minute!”

Story 5,365

[MARIANA discovered sitting; a Boy singing.

Story 5,366

At length, however, she became tired.

Story 5,367

Have you no more to add?

Story 5,368

Here comes my noble gull-catcher.

Story 5,369

God truly guideth not the wicked.

Story 5,370

it displodes for thee in abundance.

Story 5,371

And then suddenly light had come.

Story 5,372

“There now, again you degrade me.”

Story 5,373

History has long known the results.

Story 5,374

You have both seen my father?

Story 5,375

Woe is me, O my Maker!

Story 5,376

They must not be confounded together.

Story 5,377

They were staggered at my assurance.

Story 5,378

[Enter ESCALUS, PROVOST, BAWD, and Officers.

Story 5,379

Their muskets were pointed at me.

Story 5,380

Nay, give me not the boots.

Story 5,381

But you will see for yourself.

Story 5,382

“Give it to me now, monseigneur.”

Story 5,383

I saw it in your fainting.

Story 5,384

And a real snorter it is!

Story 5,385

Silently, the Buddha nodded his approval.

Story 5,386

*to what avail do I complain?

Story 5,387

Dastardismus rerum Italicarum, authore Magistro Burnegad.

Story 5,388

“And what answer did you get?”

Story 5,389

Thou showest thy black brow, Seeva!

Story 5,390

They ought to set the fashion.

Story 5,391

Frahender declined escort to her convent.

Story 5,392

He seemed to be her double.

Story 5,393

The pride was forced to succumb.

Story 5,394

this whale carries the everlasting mail!

Story 5,395

Men were better, or more timid.

Story 5,396

“What a hot head he is!”

Story 5,397

Obed begot Jehu, Jehu begot Azarias.

Story 5,398

He laughed heartily at my perplexity.

Story 5,399

You will but bury a corpse!

Story 5,400

I dismissed my maid at Chester.

Story 5,401

And lead us not into temptation.

Story 5,402

He remembered her speaking of him.

Story 5,403

The regiment rejoiced at his downfall.

Story 5,404

The horn sounded a second time.

Story 5,405

God grant it be not so!

Story 5,406

But why should you dislike clergymen?

Story 5,407

AFFECT, love, like; aim at; move.

Story 5,408

You are too hard for me.

Story 5,409

Marshal, I leave all to you.

Story 5,410

“I cannot speak of his riches.”

Story 5,411

You should have been a surgeon.

Story 5,412

Everything seemed quiet in the chateau.

Story 5,413

Now come away, my dearest love.

Story 5,414

“Certainly not; it is quite natural.”

Story 5,415

Are you comfortable at your hotel?

Story 5,416

“You have hopes of solving it?”

Story 5,417

Enter the King, Bedford, and Gloucester.

Story 5,418

Pour over the eggs and serve.

Story 5,419

“Colonel De Craye has been singing?”

Story 5,420

Georgiana stood eyeing the ground sideways.

Story 5,421

Homais gave them some good advice.

Story 5,422

I claim thee as my bride.

Story 5,423

yea, I it was, proud Frenchwoman.

Story 5,424

“Yes, miss; but to WHAT end?”

Story 5,425

Also referred to Patience on Monument.

Story 5,426

I suppose you want young ones?

Story 5,427

You know I will not mind.

Story 5,428

They shall be paid in coin.

## Story 5,429
Se voi non fate orazione, si.

Story 5,430

Now as I liue, I will.

Story 5,431

Would I do for the job?

Story 5,432

Note: The expression is curious: Vit.

Story 5,433

Boscan bore arms with high reputation.

Story 5,434

This I boast–I boast constitution.

Story 5,435

That is not to be denied.

Story 5,436

Later.–He has come and gone.

Story 5,437

My arms, my military duties–O!

Story 5,438

What did you kill them with?

Story 5,439

she said, going into the hall.

Story 5,440

I go by the family edition.

Story 5,441

Then Ben-Hur answered the messenger.

Story 5,442

Of its constitution I knew nothing.

Story 5,443

What is it you mean, Frank?

Story 5,444

’Then I cannot agree with you.

Story 5,445

“Are we quite alone, my friend?”

Story 5,446

In the meantime, Cosette was trembling.

Story 5,447

Nobody here is laughing at you.

Story 5,448

It would be an unfitting marriage.

Story 5,449

On my head and mine eyes!

Story 5,450

I shrink from the gleaming blade!

Story 5,451

On the fly leaf of vol.

Story 5,452

And what ailed the chestnut tree?

Story 5,453

You might have broken your leg.

Story 5,454

Define sabotage, and give some examples.

Story 5,455

Captain Baskelett said he would go.

Story 5,456

is not HIS death-knell knolled?

Story 5,457

Enter Bastard and Peter of Pomfret.

Story 5,458

“I am truly sorry for him.”

Story 5,459

Not so: I think she lives.

Story 5,460

No one could possibly find it.

Story 5,461

thy heart alone must here decide.

Story 5,462

Wonder may be double – even treble.

Story 5,463

Again, she only had twelve sous.

Story 5,464

Fair as the earliest beam, etc.

Story 5,465

That is the truth, I said.

Story 5,466

What can he say to this?

Story 5,467

Where did you break your glasses?

Story 5,468

“The very thing I seek, Malluch.”

Story 5,469

“You will send him to me.”

Story 5,470

Have you anything to ask me?

Story 5,471

White Humans did it that time.

Story 5,472

Remember you are half a fairy.

Story 5,473

I dare you to thank me!

Story 5,474

’You try to elude the lesson.

Story 5,475


Story 5,476

, and in the sixth small class.

Story 5,477

Let my suspicions spare the innocent.

Story 5,478

A dreadful accident which befel Sophia.

Story 5,479

Cur ante tubam tremor occupat artus?

Story 5,480

So do you, good Master Doctor.

Story 5,481

Now I am your friend forever!

Story 5,482

I was constantly on the alert.

Story 5,483

I can hold it no longer.

Story 5,484

I am going off, my son.

Story 5,485

Pray put him down, Miss Summerson!

Story 5,486

How can new conditions be found?

Story 5,487

Animal industries in the United States.

Story 5,488

“Oh, you are a just man!”

Story 5,489

You should be thinking about others.

Story 5,490

She is not a white slip.

Story 5,491

“But he is in his room.”

Story 5,492

Whoever will and can follows them.

Story 5,493

You will perhaps go to sleep.

Story 5,494

“Just to let Mrs. Lovell see!”

Story 5,495

Lift high the notes of praise!

Story 5,496

To the help of the queen!

Story 5,497

Fresh breezes and pretty Clear weather.

Story 5,498

’You forget that she wore shoes.

Story 5,499

I cannot believe we are alone.

Story 5,500

Thoroughly Xenophontine and Ruskinian and eternal.

Story 5,501

Of the arms of the Parthians.

Story 5,502

I did not see him since.

Story 5,503


Story 5,504

The student had drawn himself erect.

Story 5,505

said he, in an agitated voice.

Story 5,506

Have you ever seen him before?

Story 5,507

She is my second daughter, monsieur.

Story 5,508

The student was none the wiser.

Story 5,509

She was very poor, she said.

Story 5,510

I think this is your daughter.

Story 5,511

Who knew?–who did not know!

Story 5,512

MOS: Why now you speak, sir.

Story 5,513

She has a heap to forgive.

Story 5,514

Did I not tell you so?

Story 5,515

Here, happy creature, fair angelick Eve!

Story 5,516

Joseph a villain and a thief!

Story 5,517

It continued to yield in silence.

Story 5,518

You have employed me in negotiations.

Story 5,519

The priest will take his departure.

Story 5,520

That old fellow has duped you!

Story 5,521

’They fired and hit the boy.

Story 5,522

This argument branches into various ramifications.

Story 5,523

He is as bad as Jesus.

Story 5,524

I tell thee this in secret.

Story 5,525

Rural electrification should be pushed forward.

Story 5,526

A notable person in his day.

Story 5,527

“On the part of little darlings–?”

Story 5,528

Evan returned to his solitary room.

Story 5,529

Will she go now to bed?

Story 5,530

But leave the boys with me.

Story 5,531

Our children have a good father.

Story 5,532

What story belonged to this disaster?

Story 5,533

We must get rid of her.

Story 5,534

We have built a new economy.

Story 5,535

What does that matter to you?

Story 5,536

and were daily reduced in number.

Story 5,537

What is the Flag of England?

Story 5,538

Because it is full of skeletons.

Story 5,539

Put poison in their latest breath!

Story 5,540

Mahaffy, J. P., and Gilman, Arthur.

Story 5,541

If I might speak freely, sir .

Story 5,542

Yet why should this needs follow?

Story 5,543

Wherefore adieu, mine own heart true!

Story 5,544

King Gunther, likewise, stood in peril.

Story 5,545

So you see we were rewarded.

Story 5,546

Bhoteas, colour of the beard in.

Story 5,547

“The name has escaped my memory.”

Story 5,548

“You are a blessed woman, Eliza!”

Story 5,549

.ce que tu sens peut-etre?

Story 5,550

It would grieve me too much.

Story 5,551

She had neither eaten nor slept.

Story 5,552

Crosseyed Walter sir I did sir.

Story 5,553

“Yes, it ought to be tried.”

Story 5,554

will you revenge yourselves on me?

Story 5,555

Of intentional liberty there is none.

Story 5,556

I had just come to Paris.

Story 5,557

This refers, of course, to Schopenhauer.

Story 5,558

We have built a new economy.

Story 5,559

They have stolen him from me.

Story 5,560

Preparations were made with great secrecy.

Story 5,561

how often fief and fain, vii.

Story 5,562

There was dew in her eyes.

Story 5,563

Be watchful, duke, I charge you.

Story 5,564

I made the attempt in vain.

Story 5,565

We combat in an honorable strife.

Story 5,566

Had she quitted me in anger?

Story 5,567

A heavy reckoning for you, sir.

Story 5,568

’And has not Mary told you?

Story 5,569

Ah, said he, are ye Galahad?

Story 5,570

Larrikin History of the First, iv.

Story 5,571

“Is not the king at Paris?”

Story 5,572

Vernon glanced at Colonel De Craye.

Story 5,573

A salary, with all my heart.

Story 5,574

Besides French, I can speak Italian.

Story 5,575

Nelly must see her, of course.

Story 5,576

I have still two hours left.

Story 5,577

What deemest thou he hath done?

Story 5,578

–Gone to meet father, Maggy said.

Story 5,579

My words have not convinced you.

Story 5,580

Have you ever seen him before?

Story 5,581

And would you call justice vice?

Story 5,582

But we want to find her.

Story 5,583

They have broken off the engagement.

Story 5,584

“That village a few miles off?”

Story 5,585

Despair took possession of the city.

Story 5,586

“How long have you been married?”

Story 5,587

What did you go out for?

Story 5,588

It was a most admirable Commission.

Story 5,589

Now, what are you waiting for?

Story 5,590

You have found the two fairies!

Story 5,591

’The truth, as you shall see.

Story 5,592

The Guidascarpi were sons of Bologna.

Story 5,593

You are not playing with us?

Story 5,594

Prithee, tell me one thing first.

Story 5,595

“Oh, you do quite right, monsieur.”

Story 5,596

“Very well, I shall be ready.”

Story 5,597

The Phocian Phanoteus, on errand grave.

Story 5,598

Indeed, thou hast troubled my mind.

Story 5,599

And I–what shall I do?

Story 5,600

Mrs. Pullet said, just before parting.

Story 5,601

His power as philosopher and moralizer.

Story 5,602

His was indeed a marvellous growth.

Story 5,603

Cosette crept under the table again.

Story 5,604

But Lady Jane Douglas saw it.

Story 5,605

Just You are debauched and shameless.

Story 5,606

who had played him that trick.

Story 5,607

The child handed him a letter.

Story 5,608

Jessica had not yet come down.

Story 5,609

She has taken to like him.

Story 5,610

The theme was Love and Death.

Story 5,611

and buffoonery reigned there without control.

Story 5,612

And forgive me for naming it.

Story 5,613

“And who else should I mean?”

Story 5,614

We cannot ignore these deficiencies, papa.

Story 5,615

What do I not owe you!

Story 5,616

Where did you pick her up?

Story 5,617

Ram Dass entered with the lamps.

Story 5,618

the night is ill Stacey manuscript.

Story 5,619

You see, things were like this….

Story 5,620

Yes, the fashion is the fashion.

Story 5,621

Well said, pretty innocent and artless!

Story 5,622

Let us escape to the ground!

Story 5,623

“The same, if you like, sir.”

Story 5,624

What did thy song bode, lady?

Story 5,625

Thy servants are standing before thee.

Story 5,626

Of understanding, for Ethan the Ezrahite.

Story 5,627

Why cry out against the passions?

Story 5,628

“Have you asked her about it?”

Story 5,629

“Oh, Rudolf, how good of you!”

Story 5,630

Heard ye the voice of Jove?

Story 5,631

Cissy will drive him in strings.

Story 5,632

He meant to go to Spain.

Story 5,633

Three doors away was a saloon.

Story 5,634

Follow thy trade–it befits thee.

Story 5,635

“In that case I am lost.”

Story 5,636

All was made ready for flight.

Story 5,637

Who can think of horses now?

Story 5,638

then the comedy must indeed begin!

Story 5,639

All is best as they are.

Story 5,640

Alexey Alexandrovitch went into her boudoir.

Story 5,641

she cried out in her whisper.

Story 5,642

I will then hope and wait.

Story 5,643

It was a quarter to twelve.

Story 5,644

There one can look about one.

Story 5,645

Why have the economists kept silent?

Story 5,646

“And the sister at the post?”

Story 5,647

What bliss celestial madly dashed aside!

Story 5,648

The perspiration streamed from my body.

Story 5,649

And says she and says he.

Story 5,650

Follow me closely, all of you!

Story 5,651

’As right as a trivet, uncle.

Story 5,652

I suppose I shall be left.

Story 5,653

Big Renaud looked hot and uncomfortable.

Story 5,654

Tous le monde se leve lentement.

Story 5,655

’He may beg where he likes.

Story 5,656

She was a fleshy, coarse woman.

Story 5,657

Yes, with permission of the governor.

Story 5,658

But why need I go farther?

Story 5,659

But my memory and my girl!

Story 5,660

(Rushes distractedly out of the chamber.

Story 5,661

But old One Eye was doubtful.

Story 5,662

Ah, what a good-natured gentleman!

Story 5,663

“Why do you not seek revenge?”

Story 5,664

(Consult any standard text on immigration.

Story 5,665

But never mind, I pardon you.

Story 5,666

I neither will nor power possess.

Story 5,667

Second Civil War: siege of Pembroke.

Story 5,668

he said, jocosely, to Mrs. Hurstwood.

Story 5,669

“But, darling, what shall we do?”

Story 5,670

Oh, thou most insolent of lies!

Story 5,671

“Very well–are you ready, Olly?”

Story 5,672

Here was little chance for swimming.

Story 5,673

“It was your play, I believe?”

Story 5,674

What a droll boy it is!

Story 5,675

Tell me what hath befallen thee.

Story 5,676

.The Rechabites, of whom see Jer.

Story 5,677

Why does he do so, mother?

Story 5,678

His thighs, like a steel cap.

Story 5,679

Where have you put it, Wostov?

Story 5,680

Women hated the sight of me.

Story 5,681

Bruise or beat in a mortar.

Story 5,682

nay, then a shame take all!

Story 5,683

He himself assures me of it.

Story 5,684

You have not seen any one?

Story 5,685

Close behind them pursued the youth.

Story 5,686

How long hath she been thus?

Story 5,687

It held a small, square box.

Story 5,688

She told him to look round.

Story 5,689

And how thin you have grown!

Story 5,690

Overboard, Mister Shut-up,–and sharp!

Story 5,691

’Once a countess, always a countess!

Story 5,692

Again she would be all alone.

Story 5,693

Development of the law-making department.

Story 5,694

And I was right, he said.

Story 5,695

Bryan Fairfax, Mr. Grayson, and Phil.

Story 5,696

Bloom ate liv as said before.

Story 5,697

And what did you do then?

Story 5,698

The scheme goes forward, it seems.

Story 5,699

The Poles expressed a wish to.

Story 5,700

No, indeed; most far from perfect.

Story 5,701

I went out to the library.

Story 5,702

Women must take care of themselves.

Story 5,703

do so then, and quickly: swear.

Story 5,704

Do not then walk too open.

Story 5,705

What has been done to-day?

Story 5,706

What ignorance, not to know that!

Story 5,707

ELSIE I now wish I had!

Story 5,708

This, we confess, hardly satisfies us.

Story 5,709

It will not be at discord.

Story 5,710

Lake Eyre, Lake Amadeus, Finke River.

Story 5,711

What can he have been planning?

Story 5,712

Thou art a cobbler, art thou?

Story 5,713

–The kettle is boiling, he said.

Story 5,714

’Something for you, my dear Philip.

Story 5,715

Yes; I hope so, at least.

Story 5,716

Why not drag Cecil to Shrapnel?

Story 5,717

Both trembled as they clasped hands.

Story 5,718

.Words of the church to Christ.

Story 5,719

DAUP: She is a noble kinswoman.

Story 5,720

Nay, I will give thee proof.

Story 5,721

Her wrath and disgust were unspeakable.

Story 5,722

A wood fire was burning there.

Story 5,723

Keep not this deathlike silence, sire.

Story 5,724

Well then, go you into hell?

Story 5,725

–This passage is borrowed from Pindar.

Story 5,726

The Twentieth Night of the Month.

Story 5,727

You are only a little low.

Story 5,728

No, no, he did but jest.

Story 5,729

Darling Mummy, how I love you!

Story 5,730

and had tears on her eyelids.

Story 5,731

Ciampolo, Friar Gomita, and Michael Zanche.

Story 5,732

We are all safe as yet.

Story 5,733

I may not conceal them, sir.

Story 5,734

Just wheer you found him today.

Story 5,735

We differed in opinion touching him.

Story 5,736

The key turned in the lock.

Story 5,737

I see it in us all.

Story 5,738

What can we do for you?

Story 5,739

After this Mr Slope presented himself.

Story 5,740

I ought to lead the army.

Story 5,741

An ocean in a tea cup!

Story 5,742

Oh, thou most insolent of lies!

Story 5,743

he gasped from time to time.

Story 5,744

Such are the exploits of kings.

Story 5,745

Rose was in the cypress walk.

Story 5,746

I asked, thinking to please him.

Story 5,747

Will this pass, do you think?

Story 5,748

Would you turn against your master?

Story 5,749

Then they went into the booth.

Story 5,750

’What would you give to know?

Story 5,751

Sxi iris, kaj ni estis felicxaj.

Story 5,752

“I would she were my sister!”

Story 5,753

“Threatens to send them the photograph.”

Story 5,754

“You wish to part from me?”

Story 5,755

Est natura hominum novitatis avida.–Plinius.

Story 5,756

Personally, I disagree with their ideas.

Story 5,757

Dope is my only hope … Ah!

Story 5,758

Structure and Distribution of Coral Reefs.

Story 5,759

My imagination was a tarnished mirror.

Story 5,760

F. Gaspar de Salazar: see ch.

Story 5,761

Story 5,762

You must ask what he wants.

Story 5,763

Your life is in my hands.

Story 5,764

I am sorry to hear it.

Story 5,765

Such a woman deserved long service.

Story 5,766

Holmes chuckled and rubbed his hands.

Story 5,767

Did I not meet thy friends?

Story 5,768

says he to his two companions.

Story 5,769

he snorts to think of it.

Story 5,770

Nor had I long to wait.

Story 5,771

“Ye–yes–but some other time.”

Story 5,772

Sadowa, gloria Prussiana, ha liberato Venezia!

Story 5,773

Oh, millstone that grinds the world!

Story 5,774

You see, Hakkabut, I was right.

Story 5,775

I was exploring this ruin alone.

Story 5,776

INFANT A disturber of the peace.

Story 5,777

Be ready to fire, my friends!

Story 5,778

A Florentine exile mentioned by Varchi.

Story 5,779

“But who will distribute these things?”

Story 5,780

Some special functions of the Governor.

Story 5,781

And she gets on so placidly.

Story 5,782

Why talk about his blue blood?

Story 5,783

Then is your cause gone too.

Story 5,784

Are you not ashamed of yourself?

Story 5,785

You know my views on this.

Story 5,786

My love, I smile at you!

Story 5,787

Where is your son George, Mrs.

Story 5,788

“But you are rich, they say?”

Story 5,789

He did not sleep all night.

Story 5,790

This tale is a justifiable exception.

Story 5,791

Imitations in language are very frequent.

Story 5,792

Her speech to him seemed perfect.

Story 5,793

Do you know what fear is?

Story 5,794

All this I undertake to show.

Story 5,795

New costumes, new scenes, new appointments!

Story 5,796

I mean it naturally is Ernest.

Story 5,797

Welcome to Hendon Hall, my King!

Story 5,798

Him too thy rage has slain!

Story 5,799

What wear they on their feet?

Story 5,800

Ti, ti, ti, ti, to, ta.

Story 5,801

[Re-enter Iago, with a light.

Story 5,802

It very properly encouraged her counsellor.

Story 5,803

You owe him no loyalty, madame.

Story 5,804

BON: I would have him proved.

Story 5,805

My Ayah dressed me, of course.

Story 5,806

At last the patriots were victorious.

Story 5,807

–Look at that now, she said.

Story 5,808

Yes, yes, this is a woman!

Story 5,809

To hell with art, I say.

Story 5,810

Ay, the devil go with them!

Story 5,811

“You do not want your lackey?”

Story 5,812

I bleed inwardly for my lord.

Story 5,813

Gilbert took the offered hand eagerly.

Story 5,814

said the collector, with some hesitation.

Story 5,815

Many like customs continue to exist.

Story 5,816

Should the national debt be paid?

Story 5,817

With me he was hardly affectionate.

Story 5,818

Hagen waited not for his coming.

Story 5,819

concerning the turpiloquium of The Nights.

Story 5,820

Hurstwood was looking into the paper.

Story 5,821

It is not to be borne.

Story 5,822

What are they there for else?

Story 5,823

Canler turned and extended his hand.

Story 5,824

Elateridae, proportion of the sexes in.

Story 5,825

I like it much the better.

Story 5,826

ever since I have adored you!

Story 5,827

they formed their camp, and Capt.

Story 5,828

The hours were long for him.

Story 5,829

Richard did not see the analogy.

Story 5,830


Story 5,831

You wish–wish to leave me?

Story 5,832

Now, Mr. Soames–at your disposal!

Story 5,833

No button or lock were visible.

Story 5,834

.This name imports, asked of God.

Story 5,835

That was an attack for you!

Story 5,836

Mind that he is dressed becomingly.

Story 5,837

“Those are harsh words, Mr. Ross.”

Story 5,838

“Sometimes: as the case may be.”

Story 5,839

Why, sure, this is not he.

Story 5,840

Buddha moved slowly across the room.

Story 5,841

that is of the first importance.

Story 5,842

Perhaps her crew will not land.

Story 5,843

This letter was from my brother.

Story 5,844

Lo, yonder, and Titinius mourning it.

Story 5,845

See the Metrologie of the laborions.

Story 5,846

she said, going up to them.

Story 5,847

–"My army, Sire, is entirely discouraged .

Story 5,848

Marilla felt more embarrassed than ever.

Story 5,849

Now you know the whole secret.

Story 5,850

But Birkin turned his face aside.

Story 5,851

Carefully dressed and shaved, Hezekiah descended.

Story 5,852

Come, let us enter and inspect.

Story 5,853

I made inquiries in all directions.

Story 5,854

“He will lie to you smoothly.”

Story 5,855

But three years ago she died.

Story 5,856

Allah grant thee length of life!

Story 5,857

He did not finish his sentence.

Story 5,858

Navigamus et not vobiscum et militamus.

Story 5,859

“’Who do you think we are?”

Story 5,860

How much is a man worth?

Story 5,861

I can understand that very well.

Story 5,862

A brief repose was then allowed.

Story 5,863

And what to me, my love?

Story 5,864

Or pot to hold your ink?

Story 5,865

STEPHEN: Addressed her in vocative feminine.

Story 5,866

I speak only of you, Elizabeth.

Story 5,867

How could his will be disregarded?

Story 5,868

more than honey to my mouth.

Story 5,869

“Where has she gone to dwell?”

Story 5,870

–So it is, Mr Dedalus said.

Story 5,871

Nearly twenty minutes were passed thus.

Story 5,872

They bundle me into my carriage!

Story 5,873

What do you watch me for?

Story 5,874

, is a mere affectation of Orientalism.

Story 5,875

“Yes–that is what I mean.”

Story 5,876

Conmee: Martin Cunningham knows him: distinguishedlooking.

Story 5,877

He peered about him and considered.

Story 5,878

During the reign of Louis XIV.

Story 5,879


Story 5,880

Mr. Chace, what is the matter?

Story 5,881

“And the sister at the post?”

Story 5,882

I forgot the King in Strelsau.

Story 5,883

Give it up for four years.

Story 5,884

Entirely hard is only the noblest.

Story 5,885

So did not say the squire.

Story 5,886

What is thy name, young man?

Story 5,887

“And how is your mama, Caddy?”

Story 5,888

Who hired me, did you ask?

Story 5,889

Ghastly mother-in-law of Life!

Story 5,890

Harry, do you like that pattern?

Story 5,891

So saying, I followed the ladies.

Story 5,892

Say, say: who gaue it thee?

Story 5,893

“How will it now go henceforth?”

Story 5,894

Your Majesty came not like yourself.

Story 5,895

Release your betrothed from the pillory.

Story 5,896

The Hexameron is the work used.

Story 5,897

“I shall be all right tomorrow.”

Story 5,898

Michel de Bourges or Garnier-Pages?

Story 5,899

Oh, I did want it so!

Story 5,900

We now meditate a regimental bakery.

Story 5,901

The best I can, my lord.

Story 5,902

A moment later, shots rang out.

Story 5,903

After him, close, to Bow Street!

Story 5,904

Thou dost not know me, Holly.

Story 5,905

I think she has profited, sir.

Story 5,906

These innocent eccentricities please young people.

Story 5,907

Not so well seen through, however.

Story 5,908

Same day, noon.–All goes well.

Story 5,909

[WALLENSTEIN takes the keys from GORDON.

Story 5,910

Genevieve, Genevieve, why am I here?

Story 5,911

You should have told me, dear.

Story 5,912

The sufferer grew worse and worse.

Story 5,913

Jane put her arms around him.

Story 5,914

He killed himself three fields off.

Story 5,915

These things did these three mightiest.

Story 5,916

He wanted to cry with vexation.

Story 5,917

Embrace my little cousin for me.

Story 5,918

Mr Harding could not deny this.

Story 5,919

`And to think I never KNEW!

Story 5,920

Leon watched the clock in despair.

Story 5,921

How much have we in hand?

Story 5,922

What kind of voice is it?

Story 5,923

And she called to her maids.

Story 5,924


Story 5,925

cried Ralph, foaming at the mouth.

Story 5,926

To retrace his steps was impossible.

Story 5,927

And what may be his trade?

Story 5,928

I anxiously look for his return.

Story 5,929

“You have no idea, then, Morrel?”

Story 5,930

He went out into the street.

Story 5,931

Henceforth we have nothing to fear.

Story 5,932

“And when will the dance begin?”

Story 5,933

I looked at it in wonder.

Story 5,934

He was, in fact, a survival.

Story 5,935

She speaks of this later on.

Story 5,936

Lestrade glanced at his note-book.

Story 5,937

Baloo has spoken in his behalf.

Story 5,938

These have never before been translated.

Story 5,939

And other some fell among thorns.

Story 5,940

“As much as remains of me.”

Story 5,941

`Nothing can be clearer than THAT.

Story 5,942

Nekaya: It really does unsettle us.

Story 5,943

On amain the black traveller came.

Story 5,944

said the bishop, questioning the earl.

Story 5,945

No other than the poor schoolmaster.

Story 5,946

I, too, have courage to resign.

Story 5,947

My circumstances, however, grew daily easier.

Story 5,948

Where did you break your glasses?

Story 5,949

Sir Austin bowed a reserved opinion.

Story 5,950

Her words were not vain words.

Story 5,951

I shall remember this bold language.

Story 5,952

The love is in your hands.

Story 5,953

said Sambo, with a provoking grin.

Story 5,954

Mr. George Beaver, of Grand River.

Story 5,955

“But whence have you obtained them?”

Story 5,956

Never expressly in so many words.

Story 5,957

We have discussed that matter fully.

Story 5,958

Wilfrid considered, and named Wilming Weir.

Story 5,959

Seruilius helpe, my Lord, my Lord.

Story 5,960

“A quarter of a minute, miss!”

Story 5,961

I asked him how it happened.

Story 5,962

Satisfying this desire is a pleasure.

Story 5,963

The man cried out in agony.

Story 5,964

Ah, how long will it be!

Story 5,965

give me such a parting message?

Story 5,966

What else did he tell you?

Story 5,967

And they brought him to Jesus.

Story 5,968

Why flows with tears thine eye?

Story 5,969

The city lay at his mercy.

Story 5,970

Three legions were sufficient for Britain.

Story 5,971

Betwixt Sardinia and the Corsic isle.

Story 5,972

Again Pagett disregarded the closing sentence.

Story 5,973

Grimly wroth spake bold Hagen then.

Story 5,974

VALET DE CHAMBRE of Count Piccolomini.

Story 5,975

In the afternoon I saw him.

Story 5,976

(Dance of repudiation by Lady Sophy.

Story 5,977


Story 5,978

What shall be done to him?

Story 5,979

He made show of melancholy submission.

Story 5,980

What did you think of him?

Story 5,981

[Presenting her cheek to be kissed.

Story 5,982

Of which in the next chapter.

Story 5,983

Nobody has ever been served so!

Story 5,984

But she was faithful, brave, cheerful.

Story 5,985

asked the prince, with some anxiety.

Story 5,986

’And when shall I see her?

Story 5,987

And what may be thy lover?

Story 5,988

Twyford suddenly bounded on his chair.

Story 5,989

He did not sleep that night.

Story 5,990

The two men stood watching them.

Story 5,991

You must submit to the tax.

Story 5,992

The Place Royale – be it so!

Story 5,993

Of the parsimony of the Ancients.

Story 5,994

John Wiley and Sons, New York.

Story 5,995

He turned to walk home, meditating.

Story 5,996

Thus the hero met his death.

Story 5,997

Sweet Faustus, leave that execrable art.

Story 5,998

said Mr. Peters, licking his lips.

Story 5,999

You must pay for the liquor.

Story 6,000

what a lovely child she is!

Story 6,001

And let them to a man!

Story 6,002

And who was the best friend?

Story 6,003

“But he is quiet to ride?”

Story 6,004

What bliss celestial madly dashed aside!

Story 6,005

Have you not received my letters?

Story 6,006

I took the hand of Elizabeth.

Story 6,007

And I very nearly struck him!

Story 6,008

What is it makes me glad?

Story 6,009

But reason has no such influence.

Story 6,010

A hundred shapes of lucid stone!

Story 6,011

said the girl, turning to me.

Story 6,012

Clary: hippocras, wine made with spices.

Story 6,013

’Our aunt will be the executioner.

Story 6,014

By no means desirable, I think.

Story 6,015

Elks are plenty about those Praries.

Story 6,016

He is serving his own party.

Story 6,017

“Your fingers are stained with ink.”

Story 6,018

’I offer you my hearty assistance.

Story 6,019

Now blessings on thee, my child!

Story 6,020

Then to prayers and to bed.

Story 6,021

Now, I know what to do!

Story 6,022

Story 6,023

God bless you and reward you!

Story 6,024

What are you doing there, Cavalier?

Story 6,025

“He is cleanly above his companions.”

Story 6,026

Yet they believe not the Koran.

Story 6,027

No, she shall not dismay me.

Story 6,028

“Fine-looking men, upon my word!”

Story 6,029

They stood up and looked ahead.

Story 6,030

Oh, what a state for kings!

Story 6,031

The others followed at his heels.

Story 6,032

“Why did you say that, dear?”

Story 6,033

And he saith, Master, say on.

Story 6,034

What was the good of it?

Story 6,035

He remained thoughtful for a moment.

Story 6,036

Let me talk for a change!

Story 6,037

We will bother him no more.

Story 6,038

Yea, sir, a pretty while since.

Story 6,039

“And when do you set out?”

Story 6,040

Athos then employed the heroic remedy.

Story 6,041

Tush, he MUST be the prince!

Story 6,042

Hast thou never attended a race?

Story 6,043

Think of Stephen, think of Stephen!

Story 6,044

ASTRAEA: His own compositions became obtrusive.

Story 6,045

The earliest steps were very simple.

Story 6,046

Where did you meet Alexey Alexandrovitch?

Story 6,047

And what is the next question?

Story 6,048

Oh, sir, I beg your pardon!

Story 6,049

“Ah, ah, is M. Fouquet there?”

Story 6,050

His elbows, like a mouse-trap.

Story 6,051

“Is it waiting where I ordered?”

Story 6,052

Put up that, to begin with.

Story 6,053

He ought to have good advice.

Story 6,054

Mr Bloom came to Kildare street.

Story 6,055

The Frenchman swore under his breath.

Story 6,056

She lay back with closed eyes.

Story 6,057

He returned to listen to her.

Story 6,058

What is it, my good friends?

Story 6,059

were we not born under Taurus?

Story 6,060

Wholesale burners and Dutch oven dealers.

Story 6,061

Il repoussa du pied le suppliant.

Story 6,062

said he in an under-voice.

Story 6,063

Delorenzi, G., division of malar bone.

Story 6,064

“The king has refused you, sire!”

Story 6,065

Is this the time to sing?

Story 6,066

It had my name in it!

Story 6,067

The clock has just struck nine.

Story 6,068

All will yet be well, dear!

Story 6,069

The imagination of Peterborough took fire.

Story 6,070

Perhaps I showed it too much.

Story 6,071

For a space no one spoke.

Story 6,072

¡Bonico soy yo para encubrir hurtos!

Story 6,073

The danger seems to be over.

Story 6,074

Heliopathes, stridulation peculiar to the male.

Story 6,075

Like Sir Gawain, gentles, should we?

Story 6,076

We had to trouble Dmitri too.

Story 6,077

Then do you doubt the tale?

Story 6,078

We must rescue them, my men!

Story 6,079


Story 6,080

But to return to my subject.

Story 6,081

Bartlett, on courting of Argus pheasant.

Story 6,082

It most killed Jim a-laughing.

Story 6,083

Yet she wanted to know him.

Story 6,084

“Pray, excuse me, I had forgotten.”

Story 6,085

Sir, said they, afore All Hallowmass.

Story 6,086

What did he suspect you of?

Story 6,087

Well, then, what dost thou mean?

Story 6,088

Centum quadrijugos agitabo ad flumina currus.

Story 6,089

“I hate to have odd gloves!”

Story 6,090

dropped the reins, and fell lifeless.

Story 6,091

Why, then you were the surprise?

Story 6,092

She had walked enough, she said.

Story 6,093

What wages are due to you?

Story 6,094

“Is there anything the matter, father?”

Story 6,095

His teeth have kept so nice.

Story 6,096

A thing deuised by the Enemy.

Story 6,097

He chills me to the bone.

Story 6,098

[A monk appears at the door.

Story 6,099

Did ye read it there, Flask?

Story 6,100

she repeated over and over again.

Story 6,101

I can show fight no more.

Story 6,102

–How many children did he leave?

Story 6,103

They will, indeed, be shorn lambs.

Story 6,104

This is as vnciuill as strange.

Story 6,105

They welcomed the noble guests courteously.

Story 6,106

Savoury rumours were sweeping across Wrensham.

Story 6,107

This fact need surprise no one.

Story 6,108

“By all means, M. Richard: Mme.”

Story 6,109

Will she be discreet and chaste?

Story 6,110

I saw how wicked it was.

Story 6,111

Perhaps there had been a fight?

Story 6,112

Thomas Ewing, Secretary of the Interior.

Story 6,113

With the noise of many waters.

Story 6,114

Doubtless–had that water been pure.

Story 6,115

A.M. little wind and fair.

Story 6,116

“I thought I had frightened you.”

Story 6,117

My Lady, I beg your pardon.

Story 6,118

Dr. Shrapnel was even more melancholy.

Story 6,119

The school was a hard one.

Story 6,120

Upon his own head be it.

Story 6,121

“Oh, but we like him so!”

Story 6,122

I fancy my armour is impregnable….

Story 6,123

Oh, I said: for your sake.

Story 6,124

The day for our departure arrived.

Story 6,125

There is no more to say.

Story 6,126

Is it health, do you think?

Story 6,127

Misery deadened the pangs of hunger.

Story 6,128

Blanche: I, madam, on Abstract Philosophy.

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O miserable, unhappy that I am!

Story 6,130

mademoiselle, how could you believe that?

Story 6,131

Not ten of them have escaped.

Story 6,132

Tum latebras animae pectus mucrone recludit.

Story 6,133

His deep affections make him passionate.

Story 6,134

To you, Emma, I will confess .

Story 6,135

What are you trying to suggest?

Story 6,136

Thus four or five hours passed.

Story 6,137

He had made her so great.

Story 6,138

At last the door was opened.

Story 6,139

At the house of Count M.

Story 6,140

We capered on the iron deck.

Story 6,141

“O no,–I think not, Biddy.”

Story 6,142

A bell clanged upon her heart.

Story 6,143

Ili amuzas sin, they amuse themselves.

Story 6,144

We both made the same guess.

Story 6,145

A breakfast is no great loss.

Story 6,146

I ask, whether she loves him?

Story 6,147

Becky almost laughed at her simplicity.

Story 6,148

I have not made my confession.

Story 6,149

Is it so brave a lass?

Story 6,150

Hurry not, Prince of Faithful Men!

Story 6,151

“Because I determine to be free?”

Story 6,152

Health, at a time like this?

Story 6,153

Her limbs were young and tender.

Story 6,154

He has driven game for us.

Story 6,155


Story 6,156

And did you see the Handkerchiefe?

Story 6,157

His teeth have kept so nice.

Story 6,158

“But why camest thou so late?”

Story 6,159

So there will be another demurre.

Story 6,160

DAUP: Not I, by any means.

Story 6,161

Complete apathy had succeeded to it.

Story 6,162

And mine a hundred and forty.

Story 6,163

mirum est: mirum est auferre nequtsse.

Story 6,164

qui se brisait dans leurs sanglots.

Story 6,165

Or rather, Sogliardo, for his use.

Story 6,166

Ocelli, absence of, in female Mutilidae.

Story 6,167

Give us a light there, ho!

Story 6,168

The ancient Egyptians were red men.

Story 6,169

What, shall I find you here?

Story 6,170

He could speak more freely now.

Story 6,171

Lophobranchii, marsupial receptacles of the male.

Story 6,172

I know something of him, sir.

Story 6,173

A change of system was proposed.

Story 6,174

The great wars of Henry VIII.

Story 6,175

Many a knight fell before him.

Story 6,176

ROBINSON, Jack, brother of Sam Hill.

Story 6,177

The Sunne of Rome is set.

Story 6,178

He guessed; and guessed it rightly.

Story 6,179

Hark, the clock is striking five!

Story 6,180

When are you going to marry?

Story 6,181

I shall be delighted, my dear.

Story 6,182

I am going to leave you.

Story 6,183

said the professor, lifting his hat.

Story 6,184

Clymer quickly sold out and disappeared.

Story 6,185

Life is so gay and horrid!

Story 6,186

Suppress them, or miscall them policy?

Story 6,187

“You funk the police station then?”

Story 6,188

“None that would own me, sir.”

Story 6,189

It was at a Seepee Picnic.

Story 6,190

The parson still received his tithes.

Story 6,191

Aint she a peart young un?

Story 6,192

This first observation has no sense.

Story 6,193

Illusion goes: it is politics here!

Story 6,194

You are not lost to me.

Story 6,195

’I beg to know your grounds.

Story 6,196

I breakfasted before I came round.

Story 6,197

but my legs, monsieur, my legs!

Story 6,198

No stop, no check, no aid!

Story 6,199

Still, I had to do something.

Story 6,200

Storms are, fortunately, not so frequent.

Story 6,201

Why such a large land army?

Story 6,202

“Yes, but this is very singular.”

Story 6,203

Monsieur Martini had finished his story.

Story 6,204

Eusthenes, thou art a notable fellow.

Story 6,205

Therefore he would not drink it.

Story 6,206

“Is the young Guardsman at home?”

Story 6,207

Compare Milton, P. L. b. x.

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What can we do for him?

Story 6,209

I know how hard it is.

Story 6,210


Story 6,211

Then I will not have him.

Story 6,212

’Will that forked tongue cease hissing!

Story 6,213

’Is it not what you intended?

Story 6,214

To whom was this letter addressed?

Story 6,215

’Well, what harm do they do?

Story 6,216

“She was twelve if a day.”

Story 6,217

And Pencroft laughed at his joke.

Story 6,218

Hail the Bridegroom–hail the Bride!

Story 6,219

And what is it done in?

Story 6,220

She has only to discontinue maddening.

Story 6,221

Call in Ribs, call in Tallow.

Story 6,222

It is not in any collection.

Story 6,223

But I never meant any harm.

Story 6,224

do you come near me now?

Story 6,225

“In a very few minutes, sir.”

Story 6,226

– `A soldier of the French army.

Story 6,227

War never left such an aftermath.

Story 6,228

We shall do what we can.

Story 6,229

Stepan Arkadyevitch went out to look.

Story 6,230

Chief Peaks of the Lepontine Alps.

Story 6,231

Whoever is this, who is lamenting?

Story 6,232

Yes; you have cause to blush.

Story 6,233

But all is now alike indifferent.

Story 6,234

DAUP: These were dire mischances, lady.

Story 6,235

It can assuredly be worked out.

Story 6,236

Tournai followed suit a month later.

Story 6,237

Jean Valjean returned home utterly overwhelmed.

Story 6,238

You are quite right–but how?

Story 6,239

And with utter denial of self!

Story 6,240

Meetkercke was the first to speak.

Story 6,241

Thou art the Son of God.

Story 6,242

Well, I think I now remember.

Story 6,243

He never gave that secret away.

Story 6,244

the upper exceeding the lower chap.

Story 6,245

A second passed; another; a third.

Story 6,246

The portrait was a finished performance.

Story 6,247

I have sworn to do it!

Story 6,248

It made Philip sick to answer.

Story 6,249

“What did I tell about Kutuzov?”

Story 6,250

Of the inconstancy of our actions.

Story 6,251

His brother used men as pawns.

Story 6,252

That is well; now draw near.

Story 6,253

I WILL remember, if I can!

Story 6,254

Haue you sent to Bottomes house?

Story 6,255

She was constrained to give answer.

Story 6,256

whispered the count, winking at him.

Story 6,257

Thus he came to his end.

Story 6,258

Her voice was cold and angry.

Story 6,259

said the old soldier, laughing bitterly.

Story 6,260

But she did not remember me.

Story 6,261

On my way through town, aunt.

Story 6,262

On the fly leaf of vol.

Story 6,263

he said, and saw the something.

Story 6,264

Is father very unforgiving to women?

Story 6,265

This was the high priest Phinehas.

Story 6,266

They were excessively sorry to go!

Story 6,267

Mr. Brunelli continued his calorific wooing.

Story 6,268

“How do you know she has?”

Story 6,269

The siege was pressed more closely.

Story 6,270

I ween they were too hasty.

Story 6,271

Conticuit tandem, factoque hic fine quievit.

Story 6,272

The festival must last four days.

Story 6,273

“That matters little to us now.”

Story 6,274

Thou must tell me their meaning.

Story 6,275

I have heard about it, Pip.

Story 6,276

Meantime the war of words continued.

Story 6,277

’They tell me she is not.

Story 6,278

But Leicester had made it unpopular.

Story 6,279

Item, She can wash and scour.

Story 6,280

that they would whisper thus ever!

Story 6,281

Everywhere was deep and silent snow.

Story 6,282

Society was being attacked and defended.

Story 6,283

She went one way; he another.

Story 6,284

madame, more hopeless than he thinks.

Story 6,285

Let no one know of it!

Story 6,286

She thought it natural for her.

Story 6,287

“The bayonet would make a road.”

Story 6,288

Take fifty roubles for your cloak?

Story 6,289

In Mexico pyramids were found everywhere.

Story 6,290

Tis Merope, the Queen of Polybus.

Story 6,291

Then Sir Anthony and Lady Fenimore.

Story 6,292

But the girls are all right.

Story 6,293

First, By the means of wine.

Story 6,294

Hould your tongue, Mick, you booby.

Story 6,295

The Proconsul Servilius commanded the centre.

Story 6,296

cried Squeers, almost in a shriek.

Story 6,297

Or a change of address anyway.

Story 6,298

I suppose I like the life.

Story 6,299

“You will lose, mark my words.”

Story 6,300


Story 6,301

Her ease and good spirits increased.

Story 6,302

I am Grantaire, the good fellow.

Story 6,303

I called this the Everard Range.

Story 6,304

He drooped forward, footsore and faint.

Story 6,305

Oh, the darkening of my sun!

Story 6,306

The wind boomed like an organ.

Story 6,307

So Jurgis acquired the reading habit.

Story 6,308

Give me, O dyer, my ass!

Story 6,309

He stood at Fleet street crossing.

Story 6,310

Rudeger did them right loving service.

Story 6,311

How could such a philosophy–RULE!

Story 6,312

They gave life to their souls.

Story 6,313

The Spirit gazed upon him mildly.

Story 6,314

“And you never confined your patients?”

Story 6,315

Why not a fortnight from now?

Story 6,316

Body a me: where is it?

Story 6,317

What happiness hath come to thee!

Story 6,318

What chums we should have been!

Story 6,319

Obed begot Jehu, Jehu begot Azarias.

Story 6,320

Venus received her with angry countenance.

Story 6,321

I know something about myself, too.

Story 6,322


Story 6,323

Is our embassadour dispatcht for Spaine?

Story 6,324

I take you at your word.

Story 6,325

`They laugh best who laugh last!

Story 6,326

Thou art in an ill plight.

Story 6,327

This, I presume, will wake him.

Story 6,328

He fell into a black melancholy.

Story 6,329

“In the name of our child!”

Story 6,330

– "Cross-jack yards all ready, sir!

Story 6,331

Diana offered to teach me German.

Story 6,332

“Has he expectations from Uncle Aubrey?”

Story 6,333

And what name callest thou him?

Story 6,334


Story 6,335

But Augusta is very peculiarly situated.

Story 6,336

my lord her brother is come.

Story 6,337

“Tell me his name, my lord.”

Story 6,338

“You will have the irons, fellow!”

Story 6,339

You incongruous Old Woman of Smyrna!

Story 6,340

Here is no choice but evil.

Story 6,341

Again so-called chance accompanies him.

Story 6,342

Shall not his purpose be thine?

Story 6,343

–’The devil take you, you hound!

Story 6,344

Blow the trumpets, bang the brasses!

Story 6,345

Herrera is coming from the Escurial.

Story 6,346

Hold, take thou that, and that.

Story 6,347

It would fit into any box.

Story 6,348

Then must the Jew be merciful.

Story 6,349

Full twenty minutes and a half.

Story 6,350

Hieraux mi perdis mian grizan katon.

Story 6,351

Consider his exploits and gallant actions.

Story 6,352

What would you with her, Sir?

Story 6,353

“And a thousand francs a year.”

Story 6,354

I need not touch on Milan.

Story 6,355

We have no desire for war.

Story 6,356

Now this is the whole story.

Story 6,357

We were prisoners to the iceberg.

Story 6,358

patronage, championship, countenance, favor, interest, advocacy.

Story 6,359

Let it be cast and paid.

Story 6,360

Dost thou hear me, old friend?

Story 6,361

No wood was issued to us.

Story 6,362

Till its very cream runs over!

Story 6,363

She was there but a moment.

Story 6,364

The olive-hued visage was dark.

Story 6,365

I think so too, said Mr.

Story 6,366

You might have broken your leg.

Story 6,367

And those are your two sides?

Story 6,368

And so came the last day.

Story 6,369


Story 6,370

, but their uses are not known.

Story 6,371

has often heard it in his!

Story 6,372

A soap-bubble is not inadequate.

Story 6,373

It was Bonaparte who said it.

Story 6,374

Would you make friends with me?

Story 6,375

And blow the winds, I-ho!

Story 6,376

This is last Thursday, is it?

Story 6,377

Do you know me, my Lord?

Story 6,378

O hear the whole creation groan!

Story 6,379

Who bade you let her go?

Story 6,380

She is there with that woman.

Story 6,381

“For what you have just said.”

Story 6,382

Arouse ye, my comrades, to horse!

Story 6,383

asked the little Wizard, greatly puzzled.

Story 6,384

He stepped up to the pillar.

Story 6,385

How he lived I know not.

Story 6,386

“No, Mr. Holmes, I have not.”

Story 6,387

But what could be done now?

Story 6,388

Their names are general, not proper.

Story 6,389

And she called to her maids.

Story 6,390

The city spends them in sewers.

Story 6,391

Let him stay in–be prudent!

Story 6,392

I was on the look-out.

Story 6,393

“Perhaps he guessed you were listening.”

Story 6,394

This get I by his death.

Story 6,395

“Because part of it was watermelon.”

Story 6,396

I will never dare say it!

Story 6,397

What was he to do next?

Story 6,398

See also J. G. Muller, Ur.

Story 6,399

“And how is your mama, Caddy?”

Story 6,400

Fouche is too cunning for you!

Story 6,401

What need hast thou of me?

Story 6,402

He hath wronged me, Master Page.

Story 6,403

Anne herself answered, lifting her head.

Story 6,404

Porthos nodded in sign of agreement.

Story 6,405

; stand a chance; admit of, bear.

Story 6,406

Give me a month or two.

Story 6,407

Who set those houses on fire?

Story 6,408

Merely the correction of an error.

Story 6,409

Nay, then, he is a conjurer.

Story 6,410

Behold that other against Naples wend!

Story 6,411

’Queer sight to see in England.

Story 6,412

Oh vero sfavillar del Santo Spiro!

Story 6,413

And he is full of laughter.

Story 6,414

it was you that he wanted!

Story 6,415

I will lead you to it.

Story 6,416

They live well, I tell you.

Story 6,417

with my tongue in your tail?

Story 6,418

They presently stopped and turned around.

Story 6,419

The universe is what it is.

Story 6,420

The gloom deepened around Jean Valjean.

Story 6,421

Why, whativer is the matter, sister?

Story 6,422

“I know nothing about it myself.”

Story 6,423

“Why did not you all learn?”

Story 6,424

I dismissed my maid at Chester.

Story 6,425

All is well, that Ends well.

Story 6,426

Bear that in mind, will you?

Story 6,427

What stay had I but Edward?

Story 6,428

Christian added, beginning to give way.

Story 6,429

All this was effected by religion.

Story 6,430

Will they not be happier now?

Story 6,431

Compare Milton, P. L. b. xii.

Story 6,432

She stole a glance at him.

Story 6,433

… Will it be just the same?

Story 6,434

He pointed to the hollow tree.

Story 6,435

Described is c. xx and note.

Story 6,436

The Seventh Night of the Month.

Story 6,437

Well, what must be will be.

Story 6,438

`There, what did I tell you?

Story 6,439

How can you be so cruel!

Story 6,440

“Neither of us has a regret.”

Story 6,441

said Gudrun, with heavy hateful irony.

Story 6,442

Ay, the deuce, then look outside!

Story 6,443

“Yes, madam, he has been here.”

Story 6,444

I would to God I were!

Story 6,445

In my view–in my view.

Story 6,446

Was this affirmation apprehended by Bloom?

Story 6,447

Does this seem a fair description?

Story 6,448

LORD RIVERS, brother to Lady Grey.

Story 6,449

Or is he on his Horse?

Story 6,450

Che importava loro del decoro nazionale?

Story 6,451

But I tried it last night.

Story 6,452

I am always knocking my head.

Story 6,453

“You do not like it, then?”

Story 6,454

Do you believe in the Parcae?

Story 6,455

“I am resolved on extreme measures.”

Story 6,456

“But the Arabs will overtake him!”

Story 6,457

Let us go to his rescue.

Story 6,458

Nothing but peace and gentle visitation.

Story 6,459

que dites-vous de ce trait?

Story 6,460

He will get some coquettish rigmarole.

Story 6,461

Thy humour is the more dangerous.

Story 6,462

What do you think will happen?

Story 6,463

Verdurin rallied Forcheville and the Doctor.

Story 6,464

Now all is clear between us.

Story 6,465

said Fellingham, jumping to his feet.

Story 6,466

Is it something to be distrusted?

Story 6,467

EXHIBITION, allowance for keep, pocket-money.

Story 6,468

Gania laughed sarcastically, but said nothing.

Story 6,469

Empty your bucket over the side.

Story 6,470

It was not so at all!

Story 6,471

Twenty times we were near capsizing.

Story 6,472

That is an abuse of language.

Story 6,473

If not now, a little later.

Story 6,474

But most of them believe not.

Story 6,475

“Your Sundays will be your own.”

Story 6,476

How came you in my palace?

Story 6,477

Is he not an abominable man?

Story 6,478

This man, Lucas, furnished a duplicate.

Story 6,479

he cried in a loud voice.

Story 6,480

I think I would do so.

Story 6,481

You may restrain him from excesses.

Story 6,482

“That every morning for three weeks.”

Story 6,483

M. Verdurin could not help laughing.

Story 6,484

I would notice that: from remembering.

Story 6,485

’Not often: we lose our tempers.

Story 6,486

I do not buy and sell.

Story 6,487

This will I show the general.

Story 6,488

I say, Rosa, not a word!

Story 6,489

The Pfalzgraf pleaded a susceptible nostril.

Story 6,490

Whither should I flee from myself?

Story 6,491

“Two axes and a pole-axe.”

Story 6,492

–What did you buy that for?

Story 6,493

God was needed for the atonement.

Story 6,494

Would ye know the true Farina?

Story 6,495

“Because I was on the jury.”

Story 6,496

(Alle Lords nebst Gefolge gehn ab.

Story 6,497

It was a human figure running.

Story 6,498

There was indeed cause for alarm.

Story 6,499

I held my tongue after that.

Story 6,500

To one so sensitive as Victor!

Story 6,501

Tell him that I will not.

Story 6,502

said Mr. Brownlow, bending over him.

Story 6,503

“Here he is, brother William John.”

Story 6,504

Still the gods sat and smiled.

Story 6,505

They took to chanting in alternation.

Story 6,506

This was far from upright conduct.

Story 6,507

HUM, beer and spirits mixed together.

Story 6,508

“Where does that wedding come from?”

Story 6,509

You–you–have–burned–your umbrella!

Story 6,510

The foreman read the first question.

Story 6,511

I have them at hand, monsieur.

Story 6,512

Do step on the guards, aunty.

Story 6,513

“You will thank me – for what?”

Story 6,514

Full well my tears attest, etc.

Story 6,515

We will soon change their opinion.

Story 6,516

His wife began to get angry.

Story 6,517

And no green thing was seen.

Story 6,518

Astolpho was the first to move.

Story 6,519

Darkness and silence ruled everywhere around.

Story 6,520

He really appears to have hoped .

Story 6,521

Tame her with chains and famine?

Story 6,522

The Tories acted after their kind.

Story 6,523

.only just that she was pretty.

Story 6,524

The degrees of excitement are three.

Story 6,525

The accession of King George II.

Story 6,526

And the people stood in awe.

Story 6,527

He had made her so great.

Story 6,528

What thinke you of her, Sir?

Story 6,529

My memory is unto everlasting generations.

Story 6,530

Enough, I said, of these civilities.

Story 6,531

’Well, what does she want now?

Story 6,532

Then, as the poem has it,– ".

Story 6,533

The tide had begun to ebb.

Story 6,534

There was no resisting the appeal.

Story 6,535

They wore WHITE HATS, i.e.

Story 6,536

Lane figures it in M.E.

Story 6,537

What claime laies she to thee?

Story 6,538

Are you one of his men?

Story 6,539

You will break up the Union.

Story 6,540

’One critic the less for you!

Story 6,541

Way for me, my dear girl.

Story 6,542

Ah, your poor Jane, left desolate!

Story 6,543

There was no outburst of joy.

Story 6,544

“Yes, but this is very singular.”

Story 6,545

des Eglises Reformees of Basnage, tom.

Story 6,546

Was it not truth I wished?

Story 6,547

Fairies, sprites, and angels, keep her!

Story 6,548

“Yes, sire, it is in Bretagne.”

Story 6,549

I will not sign this order!

Story 6,550

The hollow rockes answered her again.

Story 6,551

Not so: I think she lives.

Story 6,552

Washington, D. C.: Defense Nuclear Agency.

Story 6,553

Ducas was not a privy-counsellor.

Story 6,554

Said she, Twice blest is Courtesy!

Story 6,555

Now that I think of it.

Story 6,556

You have still to determine this.

Story 6,557

“It would entirely have altered him!”

Story 6,558

That I will explain to you.

Story 6,559

“Have you made any new discoveries?”

Story 6,560

I shall rely upon you implicitly.

Story 6,561

Yet I doubt not Master Banister.

Story 6,562

“What is it called, dear guardian?”

Story 6,563

[Exeunt omnes but MARINA and ODOWALSKY.

Story 6,564

“To tell me who they are?”

Story 6,565

Know her smell in a thousand.

Story 6,566

Evolution as criterion of aesthetic height.

Story 6,567

A bell clanged upon her heart.

Story 6,568

Friar John, of the same Order.

Story 6,569

Cxu vi bonvole dirus al mi?

Story 6,570

“Who and what is this man?”

Story 6,571

No difference–just the same thing.

Story 6,572

Can you ever have good dreams?

Story 6,573

she was asked by the beau.

Story 6,574

That result is not yet known.

Story 6,575

“Monsieur the Marquis, vendor of wine.”

Story 6,576

However, the hearing has been suspended.

Story 6,577

A psalm of David, for Jeremias.

Story 6,578

I take you by the hour.

Story 6,579

Which way did the river lie?

Story 6,580

I have not slain thy lover!

Story 6,581

Those were the days of barbarism.

Story 6,582

My sword is at my hand.

Story 6,583

He will always be blind, dear.

Story 6,584

“Shall I show her to you?”

Story 6,585

“And what had Charlotte told her?”

Story 6,586

Let him follow his own course.

Story 6,587

I wonder monsieur Fastidious comes not!

Story 6,588

“She is a terrible old woman!”

Story 6,589

The archduchess is coming to Venice.

Story 6,590

Le gouverneur resta grave et froid.

Story 6,591

It was most interesting to watch.

Story 6,592

They ate and talked a little.

Story 6,593

Form and expression not absolutely distinct.

Story 6,594

We shall weep, they will laugh.

Story 6,595

What woman can before her husband?

Story 6,596

Haile King, for so thou art.

Story 6,597

Jane hated that sort of thing.

Story 6,598

Aboulhusn and his Slave-girl Taweddud.

Story 6,599

I like not this Friers look.

Story 6,600

Would you give me the time?

Story 6,601

in Action, how like an Angel?

Story 6,602

What otherwise could be his excuse?

Story 6,603

Mr Gresham; it is no nonsense.

Story 6,604

My lodger sends me into bankruptcy.

Story 6,605

“I suppose you work till late?”

Story 6,606

regularity, constancy, even tenor,.routine; monotony.

Story 6,607

Why was I sent for hither?

Story 6,608

art thou become like unto us?

Story 6,609

His attachment to them all increased.

Story 6,610

Are you also a prisoner here?

Story 6,611

See his own Commentaries, de Bell.

Story 6,612

[Exeunt all but Juliet and Nurse.

Story 6,613

Simply fag out there for nothing.

Story 6,614

There were weapons in every table.

Story 6,615

“What you find in your trunks.”

Story 6,616

We had been little lovers once.

Story 6,617

On hearing these words, Louis XIV.

Story 6,618

Were it well over–hey, Macdonald!

Story 6,619

The people refused to convict him.

Story 6,620

You will open your eyes wider.

Story 6,621

“You said I might go, sir.”

Story 6,622

Darbois, I believe you know, Madame.

Story 6,623

Wilfrid cannot be the guilty one.

Story 6,624

The letter was of great length.

Story 6,625

The discontent was inevitable and universal.

Story 6,626

But both felt ill at ease.

Story 6,627

So it is with Mount Olympus.

Story 6,628

Why this jealousy of our advancement?

Story 6,629

God fit us for the worst!

Story 6,630

Wilt thou be better to-morrow?

Story 6,631

Aut quae iam spondet Fortuna salutem?

Story 6,632

– ah, woe – ah, woe is me!

Story 6,633

Secondly, old age commencing at sixty.

Story 6,634

I might have chanced that way!

Story 6,635

Il la tenait dans sa main.

Story 6,636

Earth and Olympus were common property.

Story 6,637

Pray let me hear by return.

Story 6,638

Herbert, Major, report on Dorjiling, i.

Story 6,639

She came to me for advice.

Story 6,640

These are by no means exaggerations.

Story 6,641

I am going down tomorrow morning.

Story 6,642

But let me tell you this.

Story 6,643

The Fatherland, the destruction of Moscow!

Story 6,644

And I shall never come again.

Story 6,645

Something was hard upon my head.

Story 6,646

The following day I was received.

Story 6,647

Fear, not peace, thy arm refrains.

Story 6,648

Go get you home, you fragments!

Story 6,649

Oh, then, conceal yourself without delay!

Story 6,650

But Ayesha never condescended to this.

Story 6,651

“Why, monsieur le surintendant, our neighbor.”

Story 6,652

And they marvelled at this much.

Story 6,653

addressed to the people of Alexandria.

Story 6,654

And she can do the other.

Story 6,655

Archer did not really believe this.

Story 6,656

laevam cuncta cohors remis ventisque petivit.

Story 6,657

The young man coloured a little.

Story 6,658

Structure, existence of unserviceable modifications of.

Story 6,659

I. c. solemnitates, et ibi gl.

Story 6,660

Request, ask; as in Elizanethan English.

Story 6,661

Why, then will I no more.

Story 6,662

The will never creates new sentiments.

Story 6,663

But one way blows the wind.

Story 6,664

That which must be, must be.

Story 6,665

And it was such a lie.

Story 6,666

Grizzly could talk as people do.

Story 6,667

We knew what to expect soon.

Story 6,668

Why, Sey, he spies out everything.

Story 6,669

Behave yourself to visitors, my lady!

Story 6,670

“Fine-looking men, upon my word!”

Story 6,671

Non ignara mali, miseris succurrere disco.

Story 6,672

Through it all, however, he smiled.

Story 6,673

Was a provincial system really necessary?

Story 6,674

My dear, am I perfectly hideous?

Story 6,675

So how was the dog killed?

Story 6,676

you know where Captain Grant is?

Story 6,677

And so on and so on.

Story 6,678

“Our situations have borne little resemblance.”

Story 6,679


Story 6,680

I pray, let them be admitted.

Story 6,681

Wherefore he who hates another, etc.

Story 6,682

’A joyful hour indeed, old friend!

Story 6,683

Et dans une jolie toilette encore!

Story 6,684

“But I do not think so.”

Story 6,685

What do you make of it?

Story 6,686

George heard about her in Rome.

Story 6,687

“Oh, go on, monsieur, go on!”

Story 6,688

No harm shall come to you.

Story 6,689

What did you go there for?

Story 6,690

A stout fellow in every respect.

Story 6,691

“What is to be done then?”

Story 6,692

But they are words of enchantment.

Story 6,693

“Did the woman inspire you much?”

Story 6,694

“I grant all this, my prince.”

Story 6,695

Have you a father and mother?

Story 6,696

I go to wait upon her.

Story 6,697

A rum go for Christmas, eh?

Story 6,698

, above; –a, upper, above; –ajxo, surface.

Story 6,699

said he in a low voice.

Story 6,700

Even now the mutton is boiling.

Story 6,701

I am like a lost dog.

Story 6,702

None hath sworn so to thee.

Story 6,703

But he suffered in his discovery.

Story 6,704

This is the law of consecration.

Story 6,705

On then, Hieronimo; farewell till soone!

Story 6,706

The Negro as a skilled worker.

Story 6,707

Romance never does things by halves.

Story 6,708

I speak truth: my very soul!

Story 6,709

, and at variance one with another.

Story 6,710

Pray, sir, what is the soul?

Story 6,711

Would I do for the job?

Story 6,712

“At all events, listen to me.”

Story 6,713

Ten loaded hammocks retarded its pace.

Story 6,714

Where are thy father and mother?

Story 6,715

Story 6,716

But the brigadier was quite unmoved.

Story 6,717

Nickname for the sick report book.

Story 6,718

he claims thee as his bride.

Story 6,719

“Do they all wind up together?”

Story 6,720

Bless you, my people, bless you.

Story 6,721

“Yes–I did not expect it.”

Story 6,722

Evan walked round to his place.

Story 6,723

“Croxted found the communicating door closed.”

Story 6,724

Someone was furiously ringing the bell.

Story 6,725

“What, dost thee open upon me?”

Story 6,726

Two days, with discussion of Byron.

Story 6,727

This time Porfiry Kapitonitch actually frowned.

Story 6,728

A little therefore urge thee on.

Story 6,729

Do you sleep here to-night?

Story 6,730

But what if I were mistaken?

Story 6,731

“Why do you not seek revenge?”

Story 6,732

Brabazon?–I offer you three hundred.

Story 6,733

Paralysed for more than two years.

Story 6,734

So he went down to them.

Story 6,735

Have you had communications with Europe?

Story 6,736

Drums are heard on all sides.

Story 6,737

What emerges from these deep excavations?

Story 6,738

“Then it must be an ellipse?”

Story 6,739

Kindly do as you are ordered.

Story 6,740

“But why–but why, my friend?”

Story 6,741

What may thy name be, father?

Story 6,742

She had been rather hardly tried.

Story 6,743

Better if protected, we all agree.

Story 6,744

Back with him to the Mint!

Story 6,745

Mr. Roach was not without curiosity.

Story 6,746

Upon what party will ye hold?

Story 6,747

So, so, I leave him muttering.

Story 6,748

Look, here comes good Sir John.

Story 6,749

where hast thou been, sweetest daughter?

Story 6,750

Well, captain, where are you loitering?

Story 6,751

I must go back a bit.

Story 6,752

If I only had it here!

Story 6,753

“Well, what DID you say, then?”

Story 6,754

said Lady Jocelyn, lifting her glass.

Story 6,755

Come, now, what do you want?

Story 6,756

He again glanced over the letter.

Story 6,757

Certainly, nowhere better, and nowhere worse?

Story 6,758

I have not been down there.

Story 6,759

Why, this is without parallel, this.

Story 6,760

Woe upon the vigor of youth!

Story 6,761

It was certainly a magnificent display.

Story 6,762

African background of the American Negro.

Story 6,763

[Exeunt Clown, AUT., DOR., and MOP.

Story 6,764

First Lunatic, Story of the, iv.

Story 6,765

’Not exactly:–judging from the symptoms.

Story 6,766

In un certo bel modo svolto.

Story 6,767

Look–look well to your shipping!

Story 6,768

“You love him very much, Robert?”

Story 6,769

Enter Caesar, Anthony, Lepidus, and Octauia.

Story 6,770

“I wished it to do so.”

Story 6,771

This last rumour gradually got strength.

Story 6,772

An inauspicious office is enjoined thee.

Story 6,773

A bright hope possessed the missionary.

Story 6,774

MARK In Germany, twenty-three cents.

Story 6,775

The Lovers of the Bann Tayy .

Story 6,776

Never a king had better Capitains.

Story 6,777

He hates the ideal more acutely.

Story 6,778

Shall us take some liver pills?

Story 6,779

“I am going to die presently.”

Story 6,780

But there is more than that.

Story 6,781

Kill them, if they come on.

Story 6,782

Camels very thirsty but soon watered.

Story 6,783

But how does that come about?

Story 6,784

Well, tell me everything without reserve.

Story 6,785

what doth this queen of love?

Story 6,786

So he died delirious and contrite.

Story 6,787

beauty plumped and love had birth.

Story 6,788

Then his stupor began to lighten.

Story 6,789

“Is that meant for my son?”

Story 6,790

Address: Front row House of Commons.

Story 6,791

Les gros bataillons ont toujours raison.

Story 6,792

I summon with a lawful summons.

Story 6,793

Tis on the point of morning.

Story 6,794

O ay, that came uncommonly pat.

Story 6,795

“But have you spoken to Akim?”

Story 6,796

The phraseology had a double meaning.

Story 6,797

The city was in comparative repose.

Story 6,798

Another new claimant of the Crown!

Story 6,799

Burmese, colour of the beard in.

Story 6,800

I want news of New York.

Story 6,801

Ah, how I pity my mother!

Story 6,802


Story 6,803

For idleness hath taught much evil.

Story 6,804

It was no wonder she ran.

Story 6,805

He had spoken to Reginald likewise.

Story 6,806

might have betrayed him to another.

Story 6,807

Mother, Regina is my only salvation!

Story 6,808

And that word is soon said.

Story 6,809

For several days things went on.

Story 6,810

Then I had the volume rebound.

Story 6,811

He will be there again tonight.

Story 6,812

You see, I was so lonely.

Story 6,813

Was that half-past twelve, Noggs?

Story 6,814

To win heaven he must fight.

Story 6,815

The distressed brigand showed no gratification.

Story 6,816

May he count on winning you?

Story 6,817

While I was with General Jeff.

Story 6,818

“What a good woman you are!”

Story 6,819

“I shall descend when I please.”

Story 6,820

He glanced round, and half smiled.

Story 6,821

At noon we were in lat.

Story 6,822

And fixt his eyes vpon you?

Story 6,823

The Lamentable Tragedy of Titus Andronicus.

Story 6,824

`Ever any madness in your family?

Story 6,825

What is your business with me?

Story 6,826

Nobody is going to interrupt you!

Story 6,827

“How long his he been there?”

Story 6,828

one out of his own country.

Story 6,829

But nothing of this reached him.

Story 6,830

She threw the young couple together.

Story 6,831

Do you think Maggie so blind?

Story 6,832

“I have not lost my time.”

Story 6,833

Tell me whither they carry him.

Story 6,834

“What of your husband, the forester?”

Story 6,835

They walked back to the road.

Story 6,836

first saw them below tide-water.

Story 6,837

“Is that convenient to you, Watson?”

Story 6,838

“Is he known in these parts?”

Story 6,839

To give my Love good-morrow!

Story 6,840

Trogons, colours and nidification of the.

Story 6,841

This mournful appeal pierced the darkness.

Story 6,842

At that moment he cut it.

Story 6,843

Secondly, as to beauty in nature.

Story 6,844

Iuppiter, aeterna gentis in pace futuras?

Story 6,845

Do you hear the guns, pray?

Story 6,846

Does he mean to say that?

Story 6,847

Fortunately there was no such need.

Story 6,848


Story 6,849

He wanted to cry with vexation.

Story 6,850

Even now she did not flinch.

Story 6,851

Sir, the Lords be at hand.

Story 6,852

What trust is in these times?

Story 6,853

You have perceived that distinctly, Dorothea?

Story 6,854

He was obliged to be silent.

Story 6,855

said the Bantam, ducking his poll.

Story 6,856

This was the champagne in Temple.

Story 6,857

The distinction is certainly most philosophical.

Story 6,858

Two or three fires were built.

Story 6,859

Mr. Carstone will be here directly.

Story 6,860

“Do you want them this evening?”

Story 6,861

Hail the Bridegroom–hail the Bride!

Story 6,862

I could not allude to it.

Story 6,863

The devil prompted me to speak.

Story 6,864

Peace be to thine ashes blest!

Story 6,865

The Thief and the Money-Changer .

Story 6,866

Therefore he would not drink it.

Story 6,867

The Knave shook his head sadly.

Story 6,868

He will be in town shortly.

Story 6,869

and why are you all alone?

Story 6,870

We had to trouble Dmitri too.

Story 6,871

O miserable, unhappy that I am!

Story 6,872

how will he spend his wit?

Story 6,873

Well, it ought to be done.

Story 6,874

’I am not mistress of it.

Story 6,875

Ordway and Goodrich Continued all night.

Story 6,876

`Have they no refuge or resource?

Story 6,877

“At the age of five years!”

Story 6,878

Probably not till the second post.

Story 6,879

“You take me to pleasant places.”

Story 6,880

I write to the Doctor, indeed!

Story 6,881

Ernest has a strong upright nature.

Story 6,882

Late that night the Planter arrived.

Story 6,883

It is what I came for.

Story 6,884

Wax not weary, mine own wife!

Story 6,885

She paints portraits to amuse herself.

Story 6,886

Tiny limped slightly when she walked.

Story 6,887

The other two avenge this blow.

Story 6,888

Is it so braue a Lasse?

Story 6,889

Marilla felt more embarrassed than ever.

Story 6,890

Milvago leucurus, sexes and young of.

Story 6,891


Story 6,892

Providence and Mercy, spare us all!

Story 6,893

For, by my trouthe, I noot.

Story 6,894

(Enter POLICE, marching in single file.

Story 6,895

They have never since relinquished it.

Story 6,896

Man, is he man at all?

Story 6,897


Story 6,898

Why dost thou lash that whore?

Story 6,899

what a little fox it waws!

Story 6,900

Here met cozen Turner and The.

Story 6,901

My parting blessing on my love.

Story 6,902

This was how it came about.

Story 6,903

and had tears on her eyelids.

Story 6,904

Oh, sir, belay, I beseech you!

Story 6,905

Niger, abdomine nitido, antennis pedibusque rufopiceis.

Story 6,906

But the marquis denied all prisoners.

Story 6,907

my foot and her face see.

Story 6,908

I telegraphed to him at once.

Story 6,909

Our bark flew before the wind.

Story 6,910

“At one draught, or he loses!”

Story 6,911

Come Death, and kill me hastily!

Story 6,912

You shall introduce me to them.

Story 6,913

Everything had gone off so well.

Story 6,914

You were not happy with him?

Story 6,915

I could see the bolt shot.

Story 6,916

That orangeflower water is so fresh.

Story 6,917

It was done quickly enough indeed.

Story 6,918

It was thought of long ago.

Story 6,919

Lover, The Favourite and her, iii.

Story 6,920

(Sitting on railings opposite Town Hall.

Story 6,921

how shall I ever forget thee?

Story 6,922

He was unspeakably happy with her.

Story 6,923

I am all at your disposal.

Story 6,924

Do you admire the character Jesus?

Story 6,925


Story 6,926

The tall stranger may show fight.

Story 6,927

What water did ye hev, Manuel?

Story 6,928

But do not rest at that.

Story 6,929

“Will the Place Royale suit you?”

Story 6,930

“Did you give them their tickets?”

Story 6,931

“Have you got news for him?”

Story 6,932

“What did you do with it?”

Story 6,933

Yet it flows for common use.

Story 6,934

Lebedeff clasped his hands once more.

Story 6,935

and another said, Is it I?

Story 6,936

Heaps of food formed into pyramids.

Story 6,937

Such a man was Henry Clay.

Story 6,938

I shall meet with a victim.

Story 6,939

His groin, like a minced pie.

Story 6,940

This was due to Nayland Smith.

Story 6,941

my sleek antelope of the hills!

Story 6,942

He was receiver-general of finance.

Story 6,943

Henrietta heaved the biggest of sighs.

Story 6,944

Then you certainly have not succeeded.

Story 6,945

Thus having consulted, this couple parted.

Story 6,946

No use to struggle with Fate.

Story 6,947

(Faintly with a sigh of contentment.

Story 6,948

The schooner gathered way once more.

Story 6,949

I have full confidence in you.

Story 6,950

He stared and stared and stared.

Story 6,951

Three gone before you could wink!

Story 6,952

He commenced retreating during the night.

Story 6,953

They were the first land-surveyors.

Story 6,954

Zidore alone went to see him.

Story 6,955

Am I like such a fellow?

Story 6,956

’Then I suppose I can go?

Story 6,957

“I only said I thought so.”

Story 6,958

Shall we join up our packs?

Story 6,959

Who beguiles so much as Self?

Story 6,960

Then I must not say, no.

Story 6,961

“Chwi gewch ei weld, a chroeso.”

Story 6,962

Once he made request of me.

Story 6,963

By daylight she is subdued, quiet.

Story 6,964

I am not a petty thief.

Story 6,965

[Springs up and paces the room.

Story 6,966

Oh, did you see the Premier?

Story 6,967

You are not joking, are you?

Story 6,968

I communicate to him that secret.

Story 6,969

I could not believe my ears.

Story 6,970

“You soon will, young blighted Albert!”

Story 6,971

The rest I did not hear.

Story 6,972

The sport grew in interest momently.

Story 6,973


Story 6,974

You SAY you can do it.

Story 6,975

I have nothing here for anyone.

Story 6,976

We stood looking at each other.

Story 6,977

No, father; it is not impossible.

Story 6,978

.and here I am like THIS.

Story 6,979

Please get out of my way.

Story 6,980

“The grass was growing under it.”

Story 6,981

I believe that is the name.

Story 6,982

One, in fact, completed the other.

Story 6,983

Six Curators met and did nothing.

Story 6,984

What meanest thou by such conduct?

Story 6,985

Today he was too much agitated.

Story 6,986

“And what is that, friend John?”

Story 6,987

.Nabuchodonosor, to whom Sedecias swore allegiance.

Story 6,988

DAUP: You put them out, man.

Story 6,989

These arrangements made, the lackeys retired.

Story 6,990

“Was there no one with you?”

Story 6,991

But now a new difficulty arose.

Story 6,992

Of putting an end to myself.

Story 6,993

I know the look of it.

Story 6,994

His upturned face lacked one eye.

Story 6,995

There is no god but God.

Story 6,996

“I will, I will, good-bye.”

Story 6,997

“And you know who she is?”

Story 6,998

I instantly became crimson with anger.

Story 6,999

His pulse is shaking his fingers.

Story 7,000

This abrupt invitation was decorously accepted.

Story 7,001

You did me a great service.

Story 7,002

Hold it up to the light.

Story 7,003

Damn fine work, I call it.

Story 7,004

`I never knew them do it.

Story 7,005

HENRY T. BLOW, Saint Louis, Mo.

Story 7,006

Have you not done talking yet?

Story 7,007

Yet let me obtain my wish.

Story 7,008

Tell me how my sister is.

Story 7,009

Then his sumpters were laden soon.

Story 7,010

Heart, is he not dead yet!

Story 7,011

And his servants shall serve him.

Story 7,012

What do you want with that?

Story 7,013

But I have flown from Norway.

Story 7,014

– The cup was full as ever.

Story 7,015

In division so were they linked.

Story 7,016

’Undertake to persuade her in person.

Story 7,017

Today he was too much agitated.

Story 7,018

I leapt out, head well down.

Story 7,019

He tried again: the same result.

Story 7,020

After this again Egypt is broad.

Story 7,021

MOS: Yes, signior Lupo, the physician.

Story 7,022

’Why should they take three months?

Story 7,023

Triphaena, coloration of the species of.

Story 7,024

The dog looked up, and growled.

Story 7,025

Stones took the place of grass.

Story 7,026

Enter the King and the rest.

Story 7,027

But my friends call me Tuppence.

Story 7,028

Come as a surprise, Leixlip, Clonsilla.

Story 7,029

’You shall some day - not today.

Story 7,030

I sobbed and cried most sadly.

Story 7,031

He talked as volubly as ever.

Story 7,032

What time lost, what useless emotions!

Story 7,033

We get the small truth first.

Story 7,034

she resumed, with a heightened color.

Story 7,035

Always the same, year after year.

Story 7,036

So the rascal ran off, eh?

Story 7,037

Enter Guard, escorting Scaphio and Phantis.

Story 7,038

A good night for business this.

Story 7,039

On the fly leaf of vol.

Story 7,040

O son, how fair thou art!

Story 7,041

’What has the bishop ordered, papa?

Story 7,042

And she goes down at twelve.

Story 7,043

I will hear it, said she.

Story 7,044

Or are you going to enlist?

Story 7,045

Lane figures it in M.E.

Story 7,046

Before a gate of the city.

Story 7,047

Here, you Smike; take away now.

Story 7,048

O dear sir, your humble servant.

Story 7,049

To enter or not to enter.

Story 7,050

The scraps which M. Roustan left.

Story 7,051

Story 7,052

Was this possible or that possible?

Story 7,053

And she answered: Drink, my lord.

Story 7,054

Do you want to go anywhere?

Story 7,055

Since that day they had loved.

Story 7,056

Why are we met in council?

Story 7,057

“Oh, yes, I have a couple!”

Story 7,058

Because your lordship was proclaimed traitor.

Story 7,059

MARINA sits down in her armchair.

Story 7,060

Hand-picking is the only remedy.

Story 7,061

You are not worse, are you?

Story 7,062

“So much the worse for her.”

Story 7,063

He is never UNCONSCIOUS of them.

Story 7,064

’I should like to see him!

Story 7,065

Come hither, let me kiss thee.

Story 7,066

I should tell you that first.

Story 7,067

And is it come to this?

Story 7,068

And its eye spake unto me.

Story 7,069

Frahender declined escort to her convent.

Story 7,070

said Nicholas, choking with his rage.

Story 7,071

Let some one of you speak.

Story 7,072

No quadruped appeared in the woods.

Story 7,073

At this stage an incident happened.

Story 7,074

I tell you, I heard her.

Story 7,075

For therefore also you pay tribute.

Story 7,076

Do you know them all, Marquis?

Story 7,077

He turned his back on me.

Story 7,078

He knocked at the door quietly.

Story 7,079

Observe that damsel–what soft expression!

Story 7,080

Third Division, Brig.-Gen. Orlando Willcox.

Story 7,081

She–a–quite the old style.

Story 7,082

That I NEVER would have done.

Story 7,083

He is the Powerful, the Merciful!

Story 7,084

What makes you talk like that?

Story 7,085

“Perhaps it is of a cat!”

Story 7,086

But anything suits you, my charmer!

Story 7,087

would God that she were mine!

Story 7,088

I only want to be natural.

Story 7,089

’I should like to see it.

Story 7,090

[Other servants hasten in with torches.

Story 7,091

Keep her in bed, Mrs. Berry.

Story 7,092

Enter Mountgomerie, with Drumme and Souldiers.

Story 7,093

But there is always something lacking.

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Story 7,095

Mr. Raikes pointed at the dog.

Story 7,096

He wanted to speak to you.

Story 7,097

Vittoria placed Beppo at her disposal.

Story 7,098

the rind was white and thin.

Story 7,099

Dorothea laughed and forgot her tears.

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Story 7,101

Captain Nemo did not show himself.

Story 7,102

No one was in the front.

Story 7,103

Shall we take off our doublets?

Story 7,104

Persians, our host has perished utterly.

Story 7,105

“Just as you please, my lord.”

Story 7,106

He is hidden from the world.

Story 7,107

However, they are certainly very indistinct.

Story 7,108

– "Who then would be most fool?

Story 7,109

From the kiss, the kiss alone!

Story 7,110

Then, traitor, die in your treason!

Story 7,111

men of hand and of sight.

Story 7,112

Orchestia Darwinii, dimorphism of males of.

Story 7,113

Then suddenly his career was closed.

Story 7,114

One cannot help imagining a disguise.

Story 7,115

Oh, monsieur, there is no danger.

Story 7,116

By others answer we will send.

Story 7,117

“Tao-Tuen is a beautiful name.”

Story 7,118

Dr. Beddersley gazed hard at them.

Story 7,119

At last the topmost campanile sank.

Story 7,120

“Then let us eat some lithodomes.”

Story 7,121

He was a most disconcerting nigger.

Story 7,122

The chateau, and all the race?

Story 7,123

The suggestion is not deemed unreasonable.

Story 7,124

Story 7,125

“What are you going to do?”

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They gave life to their souls.

Story 7,127

You have spoken roses of me.

Story 7,128

The third plague is of sciniphs.

Story 7,129

There was no appearance of breakfast.

Story 7,130

We shall be a tea-party.

Story 7,131

It was the point in dispute.

Story 7,132

Will you lend your jawbone, Sir?

Story 7,133

I think we were all staggered.

Story 7,134

Have it to thyself before God.

Story 7,135

Two flints strike fire, my lad.

Story 7,136

Is the passion of their sleep.

Story 7,137

Increasing energy supplies is not enough.

Story 7,138

Shall I tell you a thing?

Story 7,139

Let me look at your throat?

Story 7,140

Barneveld was bought by Spanish gold.

Story 7,141

She must be a wonderful woman.

Story 7,142

“You have not let them go?”

Story 7,143

I might have chanced that way!

Story 7,144

Still they had not reached California.

Story 7,145

He got up from the chair.

Story 7,146

The Revolution was a grand thing!

Story 7,147

I heard your words plainly enough.

Story 7,148

Charles was disconsolate all that day.

Story 7,149

Then we are once more reunited?

Story 7,150

That is your daughter, Aglaya Ivanovna?

Story 7,151

On the death of Clement IX.

Story 7,152

My stick gave me good help.

Story 7,153

Blind young fool that I was!

Story 7,154

It has a certain driving-power.

Story 7,155

and with Almaundes fryed in oyle.

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He raised his pistol and aimed.

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Ought we to disappoint their hopes?

Story 7,159

Oh, then I will see him .

Story 7,160

Phyllis had definitely sent him packing.

Story 7,161

My clothes were torn to rags.

Story 7,162

“You are rather afraid of me.”

Story 7,163

I wish I were like you.

Story 7,164

Go, go, lose not a moment.

Story 7,165

Thou wast the seal of resemblance.

Story 7,166

God grant it be not so!

Story 7,167

Where are we, where are we?

Story 7,168

We will pay them all somehow.

Story 7,169

Approache near, and look up merrily.

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Good night and-God bless you!

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It scuffs up the gravel so.

Story 7,173

She is a foreigner – a stranger.

Story 7,174

Arm in arm, they moved away.

Story 7,175

Cosette did not hesitate a moment.

Story 7,176

Give him a good ducking, anyhow.

Story 7,177

I want to speak to Agnes.

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and thy name shall be Broome.

Story 7,179

Thus they dealt with these matters.

Story 7,180

A noble woman she was not.

Story 7,181

I was lying at the time .

Story 7,182

The darkness lent her sufficient cover.

Story 7,183

The man was Arrius, the tribune.

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These are the dukes of Edom.

Story 7,186

But how dost thou prove that?

Story 7,187

This is her joy-day unalloyed!

Story 7,188

(Looks at his own riding boots.

Story 7,189

Now she has a dead one.

Story 7,190

And now, monsieur, you are free.

Story 7,191

It also involves a deeper cost.

Story 7,192

’Aunty and I thought it best.

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“Well, he may have gone out.”

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Ay, Mephistophilis, I give it thee.

Story 7,195

I meant only the spanking idea.

Story 7,196

“Are you a fool as well?”

Story 7,197

Sir Austin drew nearer to her.

Story 7,198

I want you to marry me.

Story 7,199

All this time Estella knitted on.

Story 7,200

WAS he there or not, QUICK?

Story 7,201

The tide-the tide brought him!

Story 7,202

Do not again come near me!

Story 7,203

Mine would, sir, were I human.

Story 7,204

“When will he be coming again?”

Story 7,205

The swearing-in song or rhyme.

Story 7,206

I think it is MEANT to.

Story 7,207

We must let Fred go alone.

Story 7,208

Dr. Sprague said at once bluntly.

Story 7,209

and the woman stood over him.

Story 7,210

We often bathed in the sea.

Story 7,211

I shall take what you leave.

Story 7,212

Perhaps a sudden access of madness!

Story 7,213

And what is become of M.

Story 7,214

So he dozed off pretty soon.

Story 7,215

The inspector was transfigured with excitement.

Story 7,216

One hour, two hours, pass away.

Story 7,217

’This is a very obtrusive lad!

Story 7,218

Nothing prepared–no orders–no instructions.

Story 7,219

Did you marry three wives maybe?

Story 7,220

Cassandra, call my father to persuade.

Story 7,221

“Who recommended you to come here?”

Story 7,222

He kept thinking about the dream.

Story 7,223

How does he for the bells?

Story 7,224

“I would she were my sister!”

Story 7,225

On which we may remark, Connu!

Story 7,226

’But is he engaged to her?

Story 7,227

the western extremity of the Mediterranean!

Story 7,228

Hold your tongue, you stupid fellow!

Story 7,229

and stamped at my disturbing him.

Story 7,230

Saying: Prophesy unto us, O Christ.

Story 7,231

Excellently done, if God did all.

Story 7,232

Viaggi di Pietro della Valle, tom.

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The king has nothing like it.

Story 7,234

“You received then nothing at all?”

Story 7,235

They have not long been gone.

Story 7,236

I do not know, my lord.

Story 7,237

For me, there are no ministers!

Story 7,238

Tetrao urogallus, pugnacity of the male.

Story 7,239

the captain sang out in Italian.

Story 7,240

You shall have a shilling extra.

Story 7,241

Who is going to believe that?

Story 7,242


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a creek called wood rivr Lbd.

Story 7,244

The artist came over to him.

Story 7,245

You have found the two fairies!

Story 7,246

no doubt she forgot my name.

Story 7,247

Rebecca was fond of her husband.

Story 7,248

Who had given him that key?

Story 7,249

“Oh, what an undying day, Percy!”

Story 7,250

Human Nature and the Objects Chosen.

Story 7,251

For, you know, she easily can.

Story 7,252

Adventurous joy it was for me!

Story 7,253

said Richard, just wetting his mouth.

Story 7,254

None should be more liberally rewarded.

Story 7,255

Then I went out once more.

Story 7,256

I began to beat the horse.

Story 7,257

He was a gift of Heaven.

Story 7,258

He has been made away with.

Story 7,259

She sat wanting connection with him.

Story 7,260

Katerina Ivanovna nodded towards the landlady.

Story 7,261

The door opened and Moncharmin appeared.

Story 7,262

He suddenly turned to the window.

Story 7,263

Did she eat or drink here?

Story 7,264

Grace or gift of the Lord.

Story 7,265

FAIRFAX Why, of this Fairfax, surely!

Story 7,266

“And you really will help us?”

Story 7,267

First Larrikin, History of the, iv.

Story 7,268

Which the gods have given you?

Story 7,269

And he writhed under the imprisonment.

Story 7,270

She gone, we to bed all.

Story 7,271

Then Brunhild attired her in haste.

Story 7,272

“Do you know Button-Bright, too?”

Story 7,273

No one replied; only Cornudet smiled.

Story 7,274

Stoliczka, Dr., on colours in snakes.

Story 7,275

filthy creature; what was the quarrel?

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Story 7,277

Add grated Parmesan cheese before serving.

Story 7,278

In one corner stood a harmonium.

Story 7,279

“And what crime has he committed?”

Story 7,280

*The most fascinating woman in Petersburg.

Story 7,281

I asked, looking at the Captain.

Story 7,282

Excuse my putting things so coarsely.

Story 7,283

In reply, may I mention Mrs.

Story 7,284

Why, this it is: see, see!

Story 7,285

Is it for the royal child?

Story 7,286

The question is very abrupt, sir.

Story 7,287

’By a hole in the mountain.

Story 7,288

The Dawn of Skepticism: Bayle, J.

Story 7,289

You need be under no apprehensions.

Story 7,290

She lived there five years longer.

Story 7,291

The following will make this plain.

Story 7,292

Tholomyes replied to none of them.

Story 7,293

Not so happy, yet much happier.

Story 7,294

I placed it in my bosom.

Story 7,295

said the captain, with a smile.

Story 7,296

Then she stopped and faced him.

Story 7,297

G. A snowstorm, forty miles away.

Story 7,298

* The United States Bill of Rights.

Story 7,299

I cannot understand him at all.

Story 7,300

In the reign of Henry VIII.

Story 7,301

`Suppose he never commits the crime?

Story 7,302

Enter Oxford, with Drumme and Colours.

Story 7,303

But now–tell about it–please.

Story 7,304

Do they denote or connote anything?

Story 7,305

Has your daughter engaged herself, sir?

Story 7,306

What an impetuous boy he is!

Story 7,307

My father will give his word.

Story 7,308

My dear child–was THAT it?

Story 7,309

The Scarecrow viewed the stranger critically.

Story 7,310

Lest we forget; lest we forget!

Story 7,311

Soon he got the ticket agent.

Story 7,312

sale, bargain; half price; price war.

Story 7,313

We meet with several puzzles here.

Story 7,314

Do you want to betray him?

Story 7,315


Story 7,316

’Will that forked tongue cease hissing!

Story 7,317

Ah, how long will it be!

Story 7,318

Praying for him and making atonement.

Story 7,319

The origin of a natural right!

Story 7,320

And you as patient as ever?

Story 7,321

O most adorable, most divine creature!

Story 7,322

When will they be required, sire?

Story 7,323

Jacet hic, In honestatem, Justus homo.

Story 7,324

’You will not fear to meet .

Story 7,325

“No, sir, I have a woman.”

Story 7,326

she cried, with a proper spirit.

Story 7,327

This is her joy-day unalloyed!

Story 7,328

“My sympathies are with the fish.”

Story 7,329

I nostri sono al loro posto.

Story 7,330

I had no time for them.

Story 7,331

Hand it in through your commander.

Story 7,332

the inhabitants of the United States?

Story 7,333

My lord, prlnce Pericles is fled.

Story 7,334

Never was man so incorrigibly dramatic.

Story 7,335

So also was the Puritan zeal.

Story 7,336

That oath he dares not break!

Story 7,337

The Other Side of the Shield.

Story 7,338

I now begin to admire him.

Story 7,339

Look here, Tommy, shall we really?

Story 7,340

We shall want a good lot.

Story 7,341

Passepartout cleared up with the weather.

Story 7,342

And who will inherit his wealth?

Story 7,343

Then suddenly a sharp, crisp sound.

Story 7,344

“Have you ever seen the Tuileries?”

Story 7,345

Will you let me go away?

Story 7,346

would a runaway nigger run SOUTH?

Story 7,347

Sorrow comes in so many ways.

Story 7,348

All legs go to harvest soon.

Story 7,349

See what a lot of money!

Story 7,350

What are we to do, now?

Story 7,351

“Immediately after dark, I should hope.”

Story 7,352

Touch not: taste not: handle not.

Story 7,353

A chair, wife, for the gentleman!

Story 7,354

It is he,– is it not?

Story 7,355

he asked in a low tone.

Story 7,356

No, he said, not without thinking.

Story 7,357

And she, Ursula, was an intruder.

Story 7,358

Explain the purport of your remark.

Story 7,359

And who will inherit his wealth?

Story 7,360

Indeed he is fair of favour.

Story 7,361

I read them a second time.

Story 7,362

Fancy bothering about such trifies now!

Story 7,363


Story 7,364

Sir, said Dinadan, that is Palomides.

Story 7,365

those who were, who have been.

Story 7,366

asked Gilbert, taking up his oars.

Story 7,367

Do you wish for a name?

Story 7,368

I know I never mean harm.

Story 7,369

said Mr. Brooke, making some haste.

Story 7,370

White bulls and oxen for sacrifice.

Story 7,371

“Yes, how do you know it?”

Story 7,372

Leontyne Price sang at the ceremony.

Story 7,373

He took them as an omen.

Story 7,374

said Rogojin, really surprised at last.

Story 7,375

“I must see the prisoner myself.”

Story 7,376

’You try to elude the lesson.

Story 7,377

by my fay, a goodly nap.

Story 7,378

Thou dost forget thyself and me.

Story 7,379

Swim away from me, do ye?

Story 7,380

But he affected a bluff manner.

Story 7,381

Some special functions of the Governor.

Story 7,382

Short sharp snap of argumentative style.

Story 7,383

Food became very scarce in Valencia.

Story 7,384

Protesilaus was the husband of Laedamia.

Story 7,385

Here was congenial ground for all.

Story 7,386


Story 7,387

“But handsome men are very rare!”

Story 7,388

Bring him in; bring him in!

Story 7,389

I say to torment, for, alas!

Story 7,390

Is he a priest at all?

Story 7,391

They pointed to the room overhead.

Story 7,392

How long were you in China?

Story 7,393

Let me talk for a change!

Story 7,394

And very well she played it.

Story 7,395

Calvinists in the Palatinate and Empire.

Story 7,396

Take him away, and behead him.

Story 7,397

The day of the nuptial blessing.

Story 7,398

Go on–tell me thy story.

Story 7,399

Enter Gloster, with his Seruing-men.

Story 7,400

then there is no time lost.

Story 7,401

“Perhaps never, never, never any other.”

Story 7,402

General Ople understood her last remark.

Story 7,403

C. of E. Church of England.

Story 7,404

“Nor running a chance of arrest?”

Story 7,405

Oh, heavenly music of that word!

Story 7,406

“You mistake – I understand you perfectly.”

Story 7,407

The Trent Affair dwarfed individual effort.

Story 7,408

“Then I may keep this money?”

Story 7,409

Cleave to that which is good.

Story 7,410

What wouldst thou have to Athens?

Story 7,411

Stones, however, are its prominent feature.

Story 7,412

gives her name but little more.

Story 7,413

The woman he loved was safe.

Story 7,414

The Cosened or Gulled in Court.

Story 7,415

But searching remarks from him followed.

Story 7,416

[Enter Capulet, Lady Capulet, and others.

Story 7,417

Holmes turned to the page indicated.

Story 7,418

She wanted to have no past.

Story 7,419

This is Bowdlerising with a witness.

Story 7,420

What is that apathetic being doing?

Story 7,421

She waved her hand to them.

Story 7,422

“I must go back to-day.”

Story 7,423

DISCOURSE, process of reasoning, reasoning faculty.

Story 7,424

The devil of our own stupidity!

Story 7,425

.he who has just left you.

Story 7,426

No, I should hope not, indeed!

Story 7,427

The other was just pure sentimental.

Story 7,428

For the seven Heavens, see vol.

Story 7,429

Matt shouted warningly, but too late.

Story 7,430

By Allah, this matter is marvellous!

Story 7,431

in the midst of the water!

Story 7,432

And little Ned Plantagenet, his son?

Story 7,433

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Story 7,435

Wheat, flour and silk are exported.

Story 7,436

There they are… bringing her, coming…

Story 7,437

Clerk, draw a deed of gift.

Story 7,438

“Would you mind telling my husband?”

Story 7,439

The war-tree of these cannibals!

Story 7,440

“Why did Perrot not tell me?”

Story 7,441

I now proceed to the resolution.

Story 7,442

[After a pause, with more energy.

Story 7,443

His eyes were fixed and dreamy.

Story 7,444

This coffer was filled with cartridges.

Story 7,445

I stared at him in astonishment.

Story 7,446

There was no sense in it!

Story 7,447

What a weight from my heart.

Story 7,448

Milady smiled with a strange smile.

Story 7,449

“Yes, like a clap of thunder.”

Story 7,450

The houses are nothing but tinder.

Story 7,451

She lives the same life yet?

Story 7,452

.Viz., Sedecias, whom he made king.

Story 7,453

Enter Edward, Richard, and their power.

Story 7,454

Experience, more valuable than books, xiv.

Story 7,455

The Queen looked coldly on him.

Story 7,456

Pride went before, ambition follows him.

Story 7,457

The request struck Ben-Hur unpleasantly.

Story 7,458

He impressed me, this country specialist.

Story 7,459

“The man earns his bread, Ricky.”

Story 7,460

Some one over there plays beautifully.

Story 7,461

I was there when they came.

Story 7,462

Little wind and hot, Sultry weather.

Story 7,463

Approbation, influence of the love of.

Story 7,464

on foot going up the hill.

Story 7,465

Les memes, Le Bret et Ragueneau.

Story 7,466

Aeneas ait, et fastigia suspicit urbis.

Story 7,467

LYRA: What does the Dame say?

Story 7,468

doubtless some innocent reformer will exclaim.

Story 7,469

It is excellent before a journey.

Story 7,470

officium quam fidem deserere maluerunt, vii.

Story 7,471

burst from sevenscore throats at once.

Story 7,472

A new spirit animated the pupil.

Story 7,473

Come with us, my dear Count.

Story 7,474

It felt even heavier than before.

Story 7,475

“By all means, M. Richard: Mme.”

Story 7,476


Story 7,477

Not much of a one, sir.

Story 7,478

It was a very wealthy establishment.

Story 7,479

You are to be a proctor.

Story 7,480

To the selfsame tune and words.

Story 7,481

(Il rentre vivement dans sa tente.

Story 7,482

We had not long to wait.

Story 7,483

Prithee, tell me one thing first.

Story 7,484

They Fight, Warwicke comes, Clifford flies.

Story 7,485

You call me Master and Lord.

Story 7,486

He seemed not to see her.

Story 7,487

The guide held the door open.

Story 7,488

The Bailie behaved with unexpected mettle.

Story 7,489

I felt blood on my hand.

Story 7,490

’I believe that he has not.

Story 7,491

He shot out a pointing finger.

Story 7,492

I can hold it no longer.

Story 7,493

The faces brightened at this idea.

Story 7,494

He had done injury to none.

Story 7,495

And they could not eat thereof.

Story 7,496

Lay me on–lay me on!

Story 7,497

Mr. Hersheimmer–Mr. Beresford–Dr. Roylance.

Story 7,498

We think not so, my lord.

Story 7,499

And tell me, my dear–Kit?

Story 7,500

Fate hath given thee the advantage.

Story 7,501

Minister Adams felt the same compulsion.

Story 7,502

doth she not give us thanks?

Story 7,503

Too sweet to be mine again.

Story 7,504

Every purse was opened to me.

Story 7,505

Haydn was charmed by his affability.

Story 7,506


Story 7,507

The office is not hereditary anywhere.

Story 7,508

And who told our lord Solomon?

Story 7,509

Dorothea glanced quickly at her sister.

Story 7,510

[Enter the KING, with a paper.

Story 7,511

“Yes, you will much oblige me.”

Story 7,512

A table is appended showing particulars.

Story 7,513

“Why, what is a silhouette party?”

Story 7,514

Lord Herbert, with Gough his man.

Story 7,515

Lucina the sheen: Diana the bright.

Story 7,516

I looked at him with surprise.

Story 7,517

Now all her hopes are dashed!

Story 7,518

Robert, stand out of my way.

Story 7,519

-or Baal-Peor?—or Baal-Zebub?

Story 7,520

We have, thank goodness, these harmonies.

Story 7,521

I could look on no longer.

Story 7,522

What shall I do to him?

Story 7,523

Charles was compelled to admit it.

Story 7,524

We got out of that neatly.

Story 7,525

Mrs. G. So she told me.

Story 7,526

(Of Worshipping the Pictures of Saints.

Story 7,527

“But then–why not be happier?”

Story 7,528

What a long flight of steps!

Story 7,529

Could Messala have been the informant?

Story 7,530

Whither could an aged man fly?

Story 7,531

It caught Robin off his guard.

Story 7,532

Not unlike, sir; that may be.

Story 7,533

Mr Birkin, he is a changer.

Story 7,534

But I am on my guard.

Story 7,535

At dawn the hunters were off.

Story 7,536

“How can you think of that?”

Story 7,537

I could not check its pulsations.

Story 7,538

“What is it, then–a fire?”

Story 7,539

I was so glad of that.

Story 7,540

Is this wind westerly that blows?

Story 7,541

Rejoined on outbreak of war, sir.

Story 7,542

come back soon into an Aino.

Story 7,543

But Arthur soon settled the account.

Story 7,544

Glad to hear that, old man.

Story 7,545

I must be a born intriguer!

Story 7,546

they are making signs to us.

Story 7,547

We have great arguments over it.

Story 7,548

Heaps of it, stacks of it.

Story 7,549

No wonder that it was heavy.

Story 7,550

If he left here such people–!

Story 7,551

`Our contract is an old one.

Story 7,552

O dog, son of a dog!

Story 7,553

“You have given your word, then?”

Story 7,554

Four men and a boy, sir.

Story 7,555

’What makes you think that, sir?

Story 7,556

Did I do so very bad?

Story 7,557

There was no disputing the point.

Story 7,558

Now lay the table for breakfast.

Story 7,559

I would rather not just now.

Story 7,560

They are much pleased with her.

Story 7,561

“I am younger and stronger, Professor.”

Story 7,562

There shall be no poor, etc.

Story 7,563

The reign of Llywelyn the Great.

Story 7,564

He was too ponderous and slow.

Story 7,565

Yea, they are a contentious people.

Story 7,566

She went one way; he another.

Story 7,567

this was thankfully received by them.

Story 7,568

Father will not arrive till twelve.

Story 7,569

Whatever the reason, Russell seemed immovable.

Story 7,570

Then he made the military salute.

Story 7,571

The exclamation had the desired effect.

Story 7,572

The scare-crow scares no longer.

Story 7,573

This may lead to miserable things.

Story 7,574

The telegraph must complete its information.

Story 7,575

“Have you any idea who did?”

Story 7,576

But she was always imagining that.

Story 7,577

The sacred person of your general!

Story 7,578

Ned Land knew these fruits well.

Story 7,579

he exclaimed, jumping off his horse.

Story 7,580

will you never let me alone?

Story 7,581

You thought I was a native.

Story 7,582

The prediction was but too just.

Story 7,583

What is the main business here?

Story 7,584

For the rhyme, see on i.

Story 7,585

The education of the crippled child.

Story 7,586

Thank God–you are not killed!

Story 7,587

’If it doubles the energies, mind.

Story 7,588

Thou wilt be faithful, little Charles?

Story 7,589

“That you know a person thoroughly.”

Story 7,590

But where were then our heroes?

Story 7,591

It was in this way, sir.

Story 7,592

“A Jew, and a good man!”

Story 7,593

She was a very beautiful woman.

Story 7,594

But he could not get on.

Story 7,595

I change myself twice a-day.

Story 7,596

“You are a blessed woman, Eliza!”

Story 7,597

She come in from open sea.

Story 7,598

Thus, kissing was their first sport.

Story 7,599

Yea, sir, in a pottle-pot.

Story 7,600

There is no God but He.

Story 7,601

I once met a Pre-Adamite.

Story 7,602

His name is Johan Christopher Lange.

Story 7,603

He camped with us that night.

Story 7,604

This theory we have already considered.

Story 7,605

replied the old man with unction.

Story 7,606

For it was Dr. Fu-Manchu!

Story 7,607

“Hit wnz sorter dis way, boss.”

Story 7,608

What are you doing to me?

Story 7,609

They looked, thunderstruck, at each other.

Story 7,610

“I came to find a friend.”

Story 7,611

“Well, then, now for M. Fouquet.”

Story 7,612

“And you ate in your carriage?”

Story 7,613

She stooped to pick it up.

Story 7,614

Tory arguments always come to epithets.

Story 7,615

I truly am your trustworthy Apostle.

Story 7,616

[Re-enter the AEDILE, with Citizens.

Story 7,617

“What a good woman you are!”

Story 7,618

The scene is animated enough now.

Story 7,619

The soul offers to suffer everything.

Story 7,620

’Twas not so hard a task.

Story 7,621

No keeping anything from you, ever!

Story 7,622

Stapleton still looked hard at him.

Story 7,623

Accused of the murder of Mr.

Story 7,624

“My dear old man, perfectly simple.”

Story 7,625

have you come to meet me?

Story 7,626

How many are there to-day?

Story 7,627

That the deed will tell you.

Story 7,628

What was Poland to the Czar?

Story 7,629

Was Constantinople unprovided with a map?

Story 7,630

begins and terminates in an instant.

Story 7,631


Story 7,632

“Are they better than gold pieces?”

Story 7,633

We loathed everything connected with it.

Story 7,634

“But if I should be wrong?”

Story 7,635

I WAS lonely; I WAS afraid.

Story 7,636

Second a Villaine, and a Murtherer?

Story 7,637

I found it in your bag.

Story 7,638

No, I told him about them.

Story 7,639

It will be a fine ship.

Story 7,640

I do not know the process.

Story 7,641

It was most interesting to watch.

Story 7,642

she said, waving her hand again.

Story 7,643

how do you, my good lady?

Story 7,644

O, that I had not slept!

Story 7,645

Here she gives me a job.

Story 7,646

Do you mean what you say?

Story 7,647

One would be proud of her.

Story 7,648

Truly here was glory cheaply earned.

Story 7,649

Libellula depressa, colour of the male.

Story 7,650

Well, I will read them, then!

Story 7,651

Thy friends have cast thee off.

Story 7,652

Le Bret is happy, but anxious.

Story 7,653

’No time like the present, Tom.

Story 7,654

I had just come to Paris.

Story 7,655

In the morning the sisters met.

Story 7,656

Mrs. Grose tried to see it.

Story 7,657

Here – here – there – all – any – everything!

Story 7,658

Speed-the-Plough took him up.

Story 7,659

It is just half-past nine.

Story 7,660

I that they do my Lord.

Story 7,661

After that he fell dead silent.

Story 7,662

LIKE had been replaced by LOVE.

Story 7,663

“Is it a very beautiful vessel?”

Story 7,664

Crosbie was still looking at Lily.

Story 7,665

Becky almost laughed at her simplicity.

Story 7,666

Some people say so for you.

Story 7,667

“Why has he not done more?”

Story 7,668

But I have always been ill.

Story 7,669

“Because– Faith I do not know.”

Story 7,670

Come with me and introduce me.

Story 7,671

What haue you met with her?

Story 7,672

And I remained there that night.

Story 7,673

[One ready with pen and ink.

Story 7,674

Yes, and I will tell you.

Story 7,675

Ralph looked at him more closely.

Story 7,676

The Drumme playing, and Trumpet sounding.

Story 7,677

“Will you not be there, Richard?”

Story 7,678

Then count it not a whit!

Story 7,679

There is more quietness and seriousness.

Story 7,680

And that human virtue is justice?

Story 7,681

She had a certain grim humour.

Story 7,682

All spirits are attracted by perfection.

Story 7,683

For whom then have I labored?

Story 7,684

How to swim on his back.

Story 7,685

He received me with absolute enthusiasm.

Story 7,686

We must be up and doing.

Story 7,687

I did not see the lady.

Story 7,688

And with the spur admonished Brigliador.

Story 7,689

It sent a titter over England.

Story 7,690

How could she be so naughty!

Story 7,691

“They are arrested, tried, and punished.”

Story 7,692

Our visitor sprang from his char.

Story 7,693

Smith was breathing hard beside me.

Story 7,694

He upholds thee in his hand.

Story 7,695

She attributed his emotion to gratitude.

Story 7,696

You trace it to Nevil immediately?

Story 7,697

It found favour in our eyes.

Story 7,698

They feel strongly, father and son.

Story 7,699

Tis a clumsy ape I am.

Story 7,700

Charlie did not raise his eyes.

Story 7,701

Within the Dun there was disorder.

Story 7,702

“And what may your address be?”

Story 7,703

’And so it WAS very nice.

Story 7,704

Half-past one, time for dinner!

Story 7,705

We must part, we must part!

Story 7,706

’My wrist is sprained with ye!

Story 7,707

my lord, my love, my friend!

Story 7,708

What money have you got, Copperfield?

Story 7,709

What a handsome lad he was.

Story 7,710

“Do you regret her, my father?”

Story 7,711

The redlabelled bottle on the table.

Story 7,712

Swan River, in the S.W.

Story 7,713

Pray the prayer for the dying!

Story 7,714

Mrs. Berry was not quite satisfied.

Story 7,715

A muff–I believe you too.

Story 7,716

may God bless it to you!

Story 7,717

One night, Crockett returned empty-handed.

Story 7,718

In my house… horrid girl, hussy!

Story 7,719

I seem to have no feeling.

Story 7,720

There is no exit that way?

Story 7,721

“What does he appear to be?”

Story 7,722

What a late comer you are!

Story 7,723

It lowered revenues and increased costs.

Story 7,724

You know how you wound me.

Story 7,725

They wandered round the deserted house.

Story 7,726

Now, if ever, was the opportunity.

Story 7,727

exclaimed Robin, springing to his feet.

Story 7,728

’If you see him, suggest it.

Story 7,729

I was beginning to doubt Margaret!

Story 7,730

Set in lettuce started in August.

Story 7,731

Mind you tell me about it.

Story 7,732

“Then the message is for you.”

Story 7,733

The Mem Sahib wrung her hands.

Story 7,734

Then you will know me better.

Story 7,735

Let us look now to ourselves.

Story 7,736

For the custom observed there, cp.

Story 7,737

The boat advanced with extreme caution.

Story 7,738

“At midnight, my dear Monsieur Louvieres.”

Story 7,739

Does she make you very unhappy?

Story 7,740

These responsibilities go hand in hand.

Story 7,741

He heard familiar voices and rubbered.

Story 7,742

How has all that been done?

Story 7,743

Policeman seen to smile to potboy.

Story 7,744

MY DEAR SIR:–God help me.

Story 7,745

Quadrupeds manifestly take notice of colour.

Story 7,746

I would have speech with you.

Story 7,747

He could not conceal his exultation.

Story 7,748

Lose it out of that pocket.

Story 7,749

His light our every ill dispels.

Story 7,750

“You do not want your lackey?”

Story 7,751

Camped on the S. S. opsd.

Story 7,752

It does not belong to me.

Story 7,753

Crows, carrion, new mates found by.

Story 7,754

It is good for quick results.

Story 7,755

But I will set to work.

Story 7,756


Story 7,757

“Purgatory dost thou call it, Sancho?”

Story 7,758

All hope is not then lost.

Story 7,759

That is internationally and universally applicable.

Story 7,760

The night was raw and windy.

Story 7,761

“I know so many men already.”

Story 7,762

he shouted, pushing to the front.

Story 7,763

These hold good as to profile.

Story 7,764

Lets the shore blood outer you.

Story 7,765

Lady Wathin hung for the word.

Story 7,766

And thou wilt leave the army?

Story 7,767

The table was not very wide.

Story 7,768

My companion smiled an enigmatical smile.

Story 7,769

“What is the matter at home?”

Story 7,770

Is that what you would say?

Story 7,771

The dog Houdain licked the cup.

Story 7,772

This secret is worth massive gold.

Story 7,773

Herodotus perhaps confused Coptos with Chemmis.

Story 7,774

Indeed I hope so, Sir Joseph.

Story 7,775

The Roman year began with March.

Story 7,776

Yes, Motty went off to Boston.

Story 7,777

All in if he spots me.

Story 7,778

Take, for example, the Safed Koh.

Story 7,779

We are blessed in the change.

Story 7,780

She sank back into the chair.

Story 7,781

The chateau, and all the race?

Story 7,782

Tortoises, The Heathcock and the, ix.

Story 7,783

Five to four on the field!

Story 7,784

Has it feathers like a bird?

Story 7,785

Sancho recalled him from his reverie.

Story 7,786

How do you mean for nothing?

Story 7,787

Raw flesh ravens got to tear.

Story 7,788

Besides, one war at a time.

Story 7,789

I have lost a little one.

Story 7,790

The haphazard ones are the best.

Story 7,791

Just what I think, Yakov Alpatych.

Story 7,792

PINCH, a Schoolmaster and a Conjurer.

Story 7,793

The Huron pointed to the scout.

Story 7,794

We will all mourn for him.

Story 7,795

But things did not end here.

Story 7,796

The foul fiend bites my back.

Story 7,797

“Is that meant for my son?”

Story 7,798

Old friendship demanded it of him.

Story 7,799

it is a very simple matter.

Story 7,800

She wants you to do well.

Story 7,801

Their contributions will be warmly welcomed.

Story 7,802

Vi auxdis tiun diron, cxu ne?

Story 7,803

“But he is quiet to ride?”

Story 7,804


Story 7,805

But she mused over it still.

Story 7,806

She had neither eaten nor slept.

Story 7,807

cried Kit, in a choking voice.

Story 7,808

You can hear the pump working.

Story 7,809

Have you seen the evening paper?

Story 7,810

Let perfect virtue be accorded with.

Story 7,811

No, Cook; go on, go on.

Story 7,812

You told vs of some suite.

Story 7,813

Mary flew into a fine passion.

Story 7,814

“Oh no, what are you saying?”

Story 7,815

Wilt thou come out of Jordan?

Story 7,816

“I will find the means myself.”

Story 7,817

Most musical of mourners, weep anew!

Story 7,818

You spoke not with her since?

Story 7,819

He took me in his arms.

Story 7,820

“We shall not even get halfway.”

Story 7,821

’Well, yes; he does, at times.

Story 7,822

But we like wit–practical again!

Story 7,823


Story 7,824

“I can conceive of no explanation.”

Story 7,825

I will ask him, of course.

Story 7,826

What do you call having money?

Story 7,827

The most guilty should be heard.

Story 7,828

How knew she it so soon?

Story 7,829

Richardson was working as a compositor.

Story 7,830

You have not heard of Yaada?

Story 7,831

She did not answer at once.

Story 7,832

“Why doth the minister sit yonder?”

Story 7,833

I have been in the jug.

Story 7,834

Come on, Trinculo, let us sing.

Story 7,835

exclaimed the young hunter, straightening up.

Story 7,836

Go straight back to London, instantly.

Story 7,837

But she pushed him gently back.

Story 7,838

“Indeed, he was all honey, monsieur.”

Story 7,839

“It was I who opened it.”

Story 7,840

So little did he understand men!

Story 7,841

St. Francis went about doing good.

Story 7,842

Philip kissed her wrinkled, thin cheek.

Story 7,843

And Charlie did all these things.

Story 7,844

I am no impostor, noble lady.

Story 7,845

Pray tell me how it happened?

Story 7,846

What dost thou in the wilds?

Story 7,847

O that I served that lady!

Story 7,848

We all sit up and listen.

Story 7,849

I think we have some interest.

Story 7,850

The two best out of three.

Story 7,851

And her mother, no doubt, alas!

Story 7,852

That is, the heather for it.

Story 7,853

The ventriloquist, however, finished his grin.

Story 7,854

They would not be beaten back.

Story 7,855

What are you looking at there?

Story 7,856

A lonely part of the Forest.

Story 7,857

At that moment he hated her.

Story 7,858

“Did you not hear the bell?”

Story 7,859

What was their sole remaining chance?

Story 7,860

BED.–But you are very ill.

Story 7,861

The next few minutes were delicious.

Story 7,862

“He will not refuse your help.”

Story 7,863

He was trembling in every part.

Story 7,864

For one poore graine or two?

Story 7,865

Still leading his life of pleasure?

Story 7,866

The boys still listened and watched.

Story 7,867

Its breath is pure and healthy.

Story 7,868

He wished, he said, to dissemble.

Story 7,869

Social suffering begins at all ages.

Story 7,870

Mord said so it should be.

Story 7,871

But so it actually had been.

Story 7,872


Story 7,873

asked the man with the star.

Story 7,874

I like to be learning something.

Story 7,875

The governor will never forgive him.

Story 7,876

Out of pure lightness of heart?

Story 7,877

Maggie looked at her a minute.

Story 7,878

A relation of the family, sir.

Story 7,879

How exquisite this steely water is!

Story 7,880

The young girl trembled with emotion.

Story 7,881

Story of Prince Seyf-el-Molouk.

Story 7,882

The table was not very wide.

Story 7,883

Story 7,884

The arrangement worked in capital style.

Story 7,885

What aileth it, O my lady?

Story 7,886

“Are there ladies at the Leas?”

Story 7,887

Athos shuddered from head to foot.

Story 7,888

thou art all goodness and perfection!

Story 7,889

Chief Peaks of the Dauphine Alps.

Story 7,890

I do suspect thee very grievously.

Story 7,891

“Yes, enough as country notions go.”

Story 7,892

Pickering is in it with me.

Story 7,893

“He is ambitious, at any rate.”

Story 7,894

God send us money for it!

Story 7,895

“It will seem nothing to you.”

Story 7,896

Why did they not come themselves?

Story 7,897

Good-bye, darling, and bless you.

Story 7,898

VOLT: Outstript thus, by a parasite!

Story 7,899

The situation was a curious one.

Story 7,900

Where did you finde it then?

Story 7,901

The house was again the tomb.

Story 7,902

I said–This is my place.

Story 7,903

He seized her by the throat.

Story 7,904

Do these belong to the cardinal?

Story 7,905

And, by Jove, he was right!

Story 7,906

Peter listened, but did not stir.

Story 7,907

Fugitives of every sort know this.

Story 7,908

Fare thee well, fare thee well.

Story 7,909

WALDEGRAVE, Lord, Governor to George III.

Story 7,910

We do not beseech, we demand!

Story 7,911

Caprice, common to man and animals.

Story 7,912

“Are you certain of it, sir?”

Story 7,913

You might have poisoned us all.

Story 7,914

What shall I gain by it?

Story 7,915


Story 7,916

Life is like a running stream.

Story 7,917

Note: This is not an advertisement.

Story 7,918

“Oh, some few weeks, I think.”

Story 7,919

Come back to Casterbridge at once!

Story 7,920

“I hope you care to live?”

Story 7,921

My ancestors, I suppose, after all.

Story 7,922

His face flickered with bored irritation.

Story 7,923

their virtue, their justice, their power?

Story 7,924

What could be underneath the tent?

Story 7,925

See the Theodosian Code, l. xvi.

Story 7,926

The disciplinary courts were very interesting.

Story 7,927

You hit, you poor old fellow!

Story 7,928

Why, what makes you ask that?

Story 7,929

I hope you are very well.

Story 7,930

But that fellow DOES puzzle me.

Story 7,931

She was youth, elegance, freshness itself!

Story 7,932

If you pardon, we will mend.

Story 7,933

Lady Dunstane has a clear head.

Story 7,934

Get on horseback, and join him.

Story 7,935

The Carystian - pale, with iron veins.

Story 7,936

Which room shall we do first?

Story 7,937

And yet see how they look.

Story 7,938

Why, is porridge so hurtful, signior?

Story 7,939

Tiny, her tremulous fernfoils of maidenhair.

Story 7,940

But he did not see it.

Story 7,941

You CAN get rid of me.

Story 7,942

’Oh what a woman that is!

Story 7,943

– ’I am not sure of that.

Story 7,944

I mean that I understand him.

Story 7,945

’He asks for nothing from you.

Story 7,946

I turned up the time-table.

Story 7,947

It came from beneath my feet.

Story 7,948

Thou art not pleasing unto me.

Story 7,949

Nevertheless, his mother loved his sisters.

Story 7,950

I adopted her, to be loved.

Story 7,951

And where will you go, Augusta?

Story 7,952

Everything seemed possible to me then.

Story 7,953

said he, looking at me keenly.

Story 7,954

But spare me, my dearest girl!

Story 7,955

“Oh, yes, guardian, I know it.”

Story 7,956

It has all been a mistake.

Story 7,957

The first witness was the Hatter.

Story 7,958

And certainly Alexander did his best.

Story 7,959


Story 7,960

A fortnight hold we this solemnity.

Story 7,961

Did you still hear the knocking?

Story 7,962

“Yes, a knife, a sharp blade.”

Story 7,963

Why this is freely doone, Hieronimo.

Story 7,964

inquired Jurgis, pointing at the boss.

Story 7,965

Tell them me, I pray you.

Story 7,966

Had the hour of adversity come?

Story 7,967

said my uncle Toby–Where–Who?

Story 7,968

I like the sentiment of it.

Story 7,969

“I knew that man on earth.”

Story 7,970

“No, I have a wicked heart.”

Story 7,971

It happened according to her wish.

Story 7,972

Tacitus thinks with all his might.

Story 7,973

Who feeds with a good name?

Story 7,974

She is not a child, Merthyr.

Story 7,975

Mr Moffat has turned up again.

Story 7,976

In Shropshire the custom is similar.

Story 7,977

It came from beneath my feet.

Story 7,978

Gone in four-and-twenty hours!

Story 7,979

when shall I see you again?

Story 7,980

“To whom does this island belong?”

Story 7,981

Even the wallpaper seemed moderately attractive.

Story 7,982

We made for the bold Mounseer.

Story 7,983

We starved for a while instead.

Story 7,984

A cold sweat came over me.

Story 7,985

Then she turned to the window.

Story 7,986

Gratitude from the House of Austria!

Story 7,987

“What did you run for, fellow?”

Story 7,988

[Enter Talbot and John his son.

Story 7,989

Quaeso ne ista superstitione te alliges .

Story 7,990

What an extraordinary man you are!

Story 7,991

The two teeth had been extracted.

Story 7,992

Capillary attraction is a natural phenomenon.

Story 7,993

“Yes, vanity is a weakness indeed.”

Story 7,994

The Second part of King Hen.

Story 7,995

He repaired to her chamber, straight.

Story 7,996

Owen Gwynedd was probably the greatest.

Story 7,997

He looked at her in amazement.

Story 7,998

Joe did not open his lips.

Story 7,999

I am afraid of Monsieur Javert.

Story 8,000

She turned her face to him.

Story 8,001

’She has no passion for play?

Story 8,002

Who said I would not go?

Story 8,003

I will take thee with me.

Story 8,004

With that he went on reading.

Story 8,005

said Lucy, in a broken voice.

Story 8,006

“Go on, to your cousin, then!”

Story 8,007

Now strike up your music, fellow!

Story 8,008

This started him pacing the floor.

Story 8,009

I could never have thought it.

Story 8,010

“She will go to the country.”

Story 8,011

They were made for their Eden.

Story 8,012

.And yet my portmanteau was empty.

Story 8,013

I must remind you of one.

Story 8,014

Now, defend me against my husband.

Story 8,015

“What suspicion attaches to Evgenie Pavlovitch?”

Story 8,016

Then it is an air-gun.

Story 8,017

What COULD ye know of virtue!

Story 8,018

I thank you all the same.

Story 8,019

Dissatisfaction with them is wholly justified.

Story 8,020

This son is named Andrea Cavalcanti.

Story 8,021

And bread was set before him.

Story 8,022

We stopped at Caudebec for breakfast.

Story 8,023

The voice of one, saying: Cry.

Story 8,024

THAT is all to be forgot.

Story 8,025

Are you both of ye asleep?

Story 8,026

Criticism: Sainte-Beuve, Taine, and others.

Story 8,027

We must not underrate the enemy.

Story 8,028

“And was it a fine baby?”

Story 8,029

’Yes, dear, it is still dark.

Story 8,030

But they became also pilgrim feasts.

Story 8,031

I was exploring this ruin alone.

Story 8,032

Surely all this cannot be accident!

Story 8,033

With Bradamant Rogero wends his way.

Story 8,034

Well, Martha, what do you,–eh?

Story 8,035

Then I rode back for home.

Story 8,036

The home in the crowded city.

Story 8,037

All is best as they are.

Story 8,038

The letter was of great length.

Story 8,039

to run away from Sir Louis?

Story 8,040

See what gross inconsistency is tolerated.

Story 8,041

“How do you make that out?”

Story 8,042

Sir Epicure, I shall leave you.

Story 8,043

Say I will love her everlastingly.

Story 8,044

And what are they doing here?

Story 8,045

She read the card with annoyance.

Story 8,046

“Well, try to remember it, George.”

Story 8,047

Where do they get the money?

Story 8,048

We must maintain deterrent retaliatory power.

Story 8,049

Yes, like and yet not like.

Story 8,050

And so he made the cat.

Story 8,051

By what good chance, sweet Mosca?

Story 8,052

“So perhaps I shall rub on?”

Story 8,053

Where is she - my amiable lady?

Story 8,054

But that is now far away.

Story 8,055

None of that, none of that.

Story 8,056

You gave me such a fright.

Story 8,057

You must have asked her questions.

Story 8,058

I really cannot LAUGH at it.

Story 8,059

we Still apply the onion poltice.

Story 8,060

Redstart, American, breeding in immature plumage.

Story 8,061

’Come, my lads, let us start.

Story 8,062

They seem to be very nice.

Story 8,063

of the Greeks: so in Kor.

Story 8,064

For youth and pleasure are vain.

Story 8,065

’At present, it certainly would be.

Story 8,066

Local originalities there make their appearance.

Story 8,067

Well, you rascal, what is it?

Story 8,068

The other corner was disproportionately obtuse.

Story 8,069

made I him king for this?

Story 8,070

How now, thou core of envy!

Story 8,071

“I was in the drawing-room.”

Story 8,072

But where was this water from?

Story 8,073

It was growing lighter and lighter.

Story 8,074

My guardian now came every day.

Story 8,075

I was then nineteen years old.

Story 8,076

“Lay it on with science, then.”

Story 8,077

“I should like it very much.”

Story 8,078

She is not dressed, you understand.

Story 8,079

But she had jumped up too.

Story 8,080

from the university of St Andrews.

Story 8,081

Did the person wish to smoke?

Story 8,082

Then trust you us so little?

Story 8,083

Beltham, I implore you, be merciful.

Story 8,084

Ech Arefyevna, we are all sinners.

Story 8,085

What can be detaining Tan Gama?

Story 8,086

I think that was reason enough.

Story 8,087

Here Lucy made a wry face.

Story 8,088

My answer was not in words.

Story 8,089

Come, wandering Aengus of the birds.

Story 8,090

said Miss Trevanion, turning to me.

Story 8,091

Are not these very simple truths?

Story 8,092

And she gave it to him.

Story 8,093

No, every one would do that.

Story 8,094

Then he disappeared among the tombstones.

Story 8,095

Dispeream si te mater amare potest.

Story 8,096

All living things are obeying things.

Story 8,097

At about midnight we reached Axminster.

Story 8,098

King: Oh, it has literary merit.

Story 8,099

I can feel myself going West.

Story 8,100

All my perceptions were purely sensual.

Story 8,101

Some retire because of contradictory language.

Story 8,102

Elands, sexual differences of colour in.

Story 8,103

O fond anxiety of mortal men.

Story 8,104

I hope he be in love.

Story 8,105

Where could it a come from?

Story 8,106

The Church of Rome stands alone.

Story 8,107

When shall we see you again?

Story 8,108

I thank you for the question.

Story 8,109

The names of all the Actors.

Story 8,110

Then the water tanks were destroyed.

Story 8,111

She sighed and shook her head.

Story 8,112

You must take Grimaud and Olivain.

Story 8,113

She rode well and looked well.

Story 8,114

Not a slave was left free.

Story 8,115

They undoubtedly say this, he replied.

Story 8,116

Who told you of this Stranger?

Story 8,117

Ideas produce the images of them.

Story 8,118

I think you would like it.

Story 8,119

Thou art indeed perfect in qualities.

Story 8,120

I was present at the marriage.

Story 8,121

Weak the suppliant and the supplicated!

Story 8,122

I have no knowledge of him.

Story 8,123

“Do you call that an explanation?”

Story 8,124

He also confesses to heavy loss.

Story 8,125

the devil is in you indeed!

Story 8,126

We yield unto thee, happy Tamburlaine.

Story 8,127

He has sustained you thus far.

Story 8,128

You see that, you see that!

Story 8,129

Tears were coming to her eyes.

Story 8,130

“Mr. Lorry, look upon the prisoner.”

Story 8,131

Alas, thou hast misconstrued euery thing.

Story 8,132

Very many died on the way.

Story 8,133

He told you just exactly wrong.

Story 8,134

–I wish it would clear up.

Story 8,135

I know where my thoughts are.

Story 8,136

Then why in the world not?

Story 8,137

Foolhardiness and madness, is this courage?

Story 8,138

After dinner to talk and laugh.

Story 8,139

“I desire to talk to her.”

Story 8,140

My heart beats with your hearts.

Story 8,141

A woman eighty years of age!

Story 8,142

see when a man has grace!

Story 8,143

For what was she come now?

Story 8,144

“You mistake – I understand you perfectly.”

Story 8,145

Quae lucis miseris tam dira cupido?

Story 8,146

Who has any objection to make?

Story 8,147

I will not cheat the buyer.

Story 8,148

Mercy, how pale you look, Newland!

Story 8,149

“Is not the king at Paris?”

Story 8,150

Charles I. king of Naples, dies.

Story 8,151

You have a letter for me?

Story 8,152

“From Perrot, who knows him well.”

Story 8,153

Silent, – the best are silent now!

Story 8,154

I let someone in, your excellency!

Story 8,155

I never heard of him before.

Story 8,156

This, this: no more, you gods!

Story 8,157

Hurstwood kept silent for a while.

Story 8,158

By Jove, a curly-haired spaniel.

Story 8,159

And must she dye for this?

Story 8,160

– `Ah, yes, that is another thing.

Story 8,161

“Have you formed any plan, Cyrus?”

Story 8,162

Why do you make such faces?

Story 8,163

The scout has said as much?

Story 8,164

Lenehan offered his friend a cigarette.

Story 8,165

It is society purchasing a slave.

Story 8,166

he said on the last evening.

Story 8,167

There I once shot seventeen snipe.

Story 8,168

Nay, sir, but hear me on.

Story 8,169

Will you not set him free?

Story 8,170

His mind must surely be unbalanced.

Story 8,171

She was always at his heels.

Story 8,172

on S. S. passed a Isd.

Story 8,173

My guardian now came every day.

Story 8,174

We want to hear about that.

Story 8,175

I only know her picture, downstairs.

Story 8,176

(Cyrano et Le Bret se retournent.

Story 8,177

But these shall not occur again.

Story 8,178

But I could feel him cogitating.

Story 8,179

I ought to have married her.

Story 8,180

And this will be punishment enough.

Story 8,181

“We are quite near the house.”

Story 8,182

said Miss Ophelia, with increasing warmth.

Story 8,183

Prospero, the right Duke of Millaine.

Story 8,184

Then Agricola, a wise ruler, came.

Story 8,185

it is not at all likely.

Story 8,186

“I should hate to think that!”

Story 8,187

The woman he loved was safe.

Story 8,188

“But why not up to now?”

Story 8,189

Ye creating ones, ye higher men!

Story 8,190

It must have been someone else.

Story 8,191

You have seen him at work?

Story 8,192

What should he have to mind?

Story 8,193

The king grew purple with rage.

Story 8,194

How time flies, to be sure!

Story 8,195

I would it were no worse.

Story 8,196

He said he knowed most everything.

Story 8,197

A distinction was, however, soon introduced.

Story 8,198

Rhoda followed him from the garden.

Story 8,199

Envois de saluts, reponses de sourires.

Story 8,200

He knows his company, Mumps does.

Story 8,201

Knight Commander of the Victorian Order.

Story 8,202

my heart will never think it.

Story 8,203

Story 8,204

Story 8,205

’Perhaps she finds it is liked.

Story 8,206

Three questions, all in a breath!

Story 8,207

“I was going to tell you.”

Story 8,208

“Oh, oh, monsieur, we can guess!”

Story 8,209

“But I must have my money.”

Story 8,210

I know it to be otherwise.

Story 8,211

in the mean time industously employd.

Story 8,212

“I said, do you hear me?”

Story 8,213

There a queer scene presented itself.

Story 8,214

You have met here by appointment!

Story 8,215

Like Mary, queen of Scots, something.

Story 8,216

Siegfried, her husband, is our vassal.

Story 8,217

Was either champion born in Kent?

Story 8,218


Story 8,219

So be it, an thou wilt.

Story 8,220

“An Indian lost in the woods!”

Story 8,221

“And you ate in your carriage?”

Story 8,222

Kastira, born probably from the Greek .

Story 8,223

Do you ever dream of me?

Story 8,224

Please go a little further off.

Story 8,225

He saw nothing of all this.

Story 8,226

And now began this important trial.

Story 8,227

They were not even lavishly decorated.

Story 8,228

Sir, I would speak with you.

Story 8,229

I leave Chesney Wold to-night.

Story 8,230

Such were the shepherds of Judea!

Story 8,231

It would be cruelty to her.

Story 8,232

Can you wish me so ill?

Story 8,233

Wherefore, spare me thy foolish words.

Story 8,234

It was a soft fair day.

Story 8,235

And shut up his eye again.

Story 8,236

But the god talked on interminably.

Story 8,237

Yet she wanted to know him.

Story 8,238

Elle se tassait, elle attendait toujours.

Story 8,239


Story 8,240

I shall see her in January.

Story 8,241

Wie, wie zal u toch geleiden?

Story 8,242

He is sent for to court.

Story 8,243

There is no place for Whig.

Story 8,244

At that he flared out again.

Story 8,245

The battle was still more deepcrate.

Story 8,246

Are you out of your mind?

Story 8,247

“Oh, you are beautiful – always beautiful!”

Story 8,248

He poured out anecdote after anecdote.

Story 8,249

, of the Eumaeus of the Odyssey.

Story 8,250

the night is ill Stacey manuscript.

Story 8,251

Enter two Gentlemen, meeting one another.

Story 8,252


Story 8,253

Needless to ask, but she did.

Story 8,254

It is fed by subterraiiean springs.

Story 8,255

asked Mr. Claypole, a little recovering.

Story 8,256

I wish you were my brother.

Story 8,257

Their religions life was very simple.

Story 8,258

I remember thine eyes well enough.

Story 8,259

“And also served in the army?”

Story 8,260

Grandpapa says it is a panacea.

Story 8,261

Your pay will continue as before.

Story 8,262

You will see Dudley on Tuesday?

Story 8,263

The Allabys behaved with great judgement.

Story 8,264

Owen Gwynedd was probably the greatest.

Story 8,265

Still no answer came from Tess.

Story 8,266

TRUE: Ay; did you hear him?

Story 8,267

Marilla looked dubious for a moment.

Story 8,268

Interior of Boodhist temple at Simonbong.

Story 8,269

Indeed you have; indeed you have.

Story 8,270

Mr. Raikes put on a calmness.

Story 8,271

His devils are spiteful ugly executioners.

Story 8,272

I pray you to look elsewhere.

Story 8,273

Yon lad gets war und war!

Story 8,274

The visitors were seated at supper.

Story 8,275

the place of battle, i.e.

Story 8,276

Naught of this need we fear.

Story 8,277

“She is laundress at the chateau.”

Story 8,278

Jake was not at all disconcerted.

Story 8,279

“None but to think of thyself.”

Story 8,280

What luck, only think of it!

Story 8,281

“Have you asked her about it?”

Story 8,282

Not go as I have said?

Story 8,283

They are babies compared to her.

Story 8,284

They implored the assistance of Constantine.

Story 8,285

Why did I let her know?

Story 8,286

What salamander singed off your eyebrows?

Story 8,287

But what do you really mean?

Story 8,288

Thou didst not write that letter!

Story 8,289

“I am so glad, so glad!”

Story 8,290


Story 8,291

Ambition: Less wealth and more throat.

Story 8,292

Now bring us to the proofs!

Story 8,293


Story 8,294

Refined birching to stimulate the circulation.

Story 8,295

On your way to your father?

Story 8,296

On every point she was successful.

Story 8,297

VOLT: Outstript thus, by a parasite!

Story 8,298

As though he had been scalded!

Story 8,299

Viri est, fortunae caecitatem facile ferre.

Story 8,300

The sexes differ little in colour.

Story 8,301

What is my queen musing over?

Story 8,302


Story 8,303

While eating they looked around them.

Story 8,304

Emma might well have questioned why!

Story 8,305

The body-guard hissed Mademoiselle Mars.

Story 8,306

has long been in his grave.

Story 8,307

The darkness lent her sufficient cover.

Story 8,308

There was only this blow wanting.

Story 8,309

Famosae–Soiled doves from respectable families.

Story 8,310

The only freedom for us death.

Story 8,311

I used to dream that Mme.

Story 8,312

and behold Rose confused and dumb!

Story 8,313

Au coeur, sous votre bleu cordon?.

Story 8,314

I commend my Treasure to thee.

Story 8,315

“Why, of course not…no one!”

Story 8,316

Christmas was only a fortnight off.

Story 8,317

Yes, they are the mischievous agents.

Story 8,318

He cast his bitter cud aside.

Story 8,319

The Prior who became a Moslem .

Story 8,320

Every one stared at these words.

Story 8,321

What then, pray, is this, father?

Story 8,322

In what manners did she reciprocate?

Story 8,323

I have found you at last!

Story 8,324

I gave it him in waves.

Story 8,325

’A good long stretch–fairish, fairish.

Story 8,326

Notice it!–in half an hour.

Story 8,327

“Where do you yourself come from?”

Story 8,328

The cab stopped at their door.

Story 8,329

Fifteen thousand would cover the lot.

Story 8,330

You live on the dead, Lestiboudois!

Story 8,331

Who was that you had here?

Story 8,332

Heroic daughter of a heroic world!

Story 8,333

The tribe had kept his women.

Story 8,334

How long has he been away?




for i in $(seq 1 8334); do
    printf "## Story %'d" $i
    echo ""
    python randomsentencebot.py --hashtags None -x --quiet
    echo ""
    echo ""


#!/usr/bin/env python
# encoding: utf-8
Tweet a random line from a text file.
For example, use it to tweet a random six-word sentence from Project Gutenberg.
from __future__ import print_function, unicode_literals

    import resource
    mem0 = resource.getrusage(resource.RUSAGE_SELF).ru_maxrss/(1024*1024.0)
except ImportError:
    # resource not on Windows

import argparse
import random
import sys
import twitter
import webbrowser
import yaml


SEPERATORS = [" ", " ", " ", " ", "\n", "\n", "\n\n"]

# cmd.exe cannot do Unicode so encode first
def print_it(text):

def timestamp():
    if args.quiet:
    import datetime
    print(datetime.datetime.now().strftime("%A, %d. %B %Y %I:%M%p"))

def load_yaml(filename):
    File should contain:
    consumer_key: TODO_ENTER_YOURS
    consumer_secret: TODO_ENTER_YOURS
    access_token: TODO_ENTER_YOURS
    access_token_secret: TODO_ENTER_YOURS
    f = open(filename)
    data = yaml.safe_load(f)
    if not data.viewkeys() >= {
            'access_token', 'access_token_secret',
            'consumer_key', 'consumer_secret'}:
        sys.exit("Twitter credentials missing from YAML: " + filename)

    return data

def get_twitter():
    global TWITTER

    if TWITTER is None:
        data = load_yaml(args.yaml)

        # Create and authorise an app with (read and) write access at:
        # https://dev.twitter.com/apps/new
        # Store credentials in YAML file
        TWITTER = twitter.Twitter(auth=twitter.OAuth(

    return TWITTER

def get_random_sentence_from_file():
    with open(args.infile) as f:
        lines = f.read().splitlines()

    return random.choice(lines)

def tweet_it(string, in_reply_to_status_id=None):
    global TWITTER

    if len(string) <= 0:
        print("ERROR: trying to tweet an empty tweet!")

    t = get_twitter()

    if not args.quiet:
        print_it("TWEETING THIS: " + string)

    if args.test:
        if not args.quiet:
            print("(Test mode, not actually tweeting)")
        if not args.quiet:
            print("POST statuses/update")
        result = t.statuses.update(
        url = "http://twitter.com/" + \
            result['user']['screen_name'] + "/status/" + result['id_str']
        if not args.quiet:
            print("Tweeted: " + url)
        if not args.no_web:
            webbrowser.open(url, new=2)  # 2 = open in a new tab, if possible

def get_random_hashtag():
    # CSV string to list
    hashtags = args.hashtags.split(",")
    # Replace "None" with None
    hashtags = [None if x == "None" else x for x in hashtags]
    # Return a random hashtag
    return random.choice(hashtags)

def main():
    random_sentence = get_random_sentence_from_file()

    hashtag = get_random_hashtag()
    if not hashtag:
        tweet = random_sentence
        # 50% lowercase hashtag
        if random.randint(0, 1) == 0:
            hashtag = hashtag.lower()
        # Random order of text and hashtag
        things = [hashtag, random_sentence]
        if not args.quiet:
            print(">"+" ".join(things)+"<")
        # Random separator between text and hashtag
        tweet = random.choice(SEPERATORS).join(things)

    if not args.quiet:
        print("Tweet this:\n", tweet)


    except twitter.api.TwitterHTTPError as e:

if __name__ == "__main__":
    parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(
        description="Tweet a random line from a text file.",
        '-y', '--yaml',
        # default='E:/Users/hugovk/Dropbox/bin/data/randomsentencebot.yaml',
        help="YAML file location containing Twitter keys and secrets")
        '-i', '--infile',
        # default='E:/Users/hugovk/Dropbox/bots/six-worders12.txt',
        help="A random line is chosen from this text file")
        help="Comma-separated list of random hashtags")
        '-nw', '--no-web', action='store_true',
        help="Don't open a web browser to show the tweeted tweet")
        '-x', '--test', action='store_true',
        help="Test mode: go through the motions but don't update anything")
        '-q', '--quiet', action='store_true',
        help="Only print out tweet (and errors)")
    args = parser.parse_args()


# End of file


echo "First do ./8334.sh  > /tmp/8334-raw.md"
wc -w /tmp/8334-raw.md

echo "
" > appendix.md echo "## Appendix" >> appendix.md echo "" >> appendix.md for FILENAME in 8334.sh randomsentencebot.py 8334b.sh 8334.css do echo "### $FILENAME" >> appendix.md echo "
" >> appendix.md
    cat $FILENAME >> appendix.md
    echo "
" >> appendix.md echo "" >> appendix.md echo "
" >> appendix.md done cat frontmatter.md /tmp/8334-raw.md appendix.md > 8334.md multimarkdown 8334.md > 8334.html open 8334.html echo "Print to PDF using Chrome"


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    page-break-before: right;

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    font-size: 130%;
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