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  • As Paul peered into the hazy mist, he became aware that superimposed over the pond in the woodland he could see the semisolid images of cars moving in front of him and the sketchy outlines of house roofs. He stopped dead. The Magur was right. Any further from the ley-line and Paul would find himself once again in his own reality. He hurried back to the Magur and they resumed their journey.
  • He handed the horses over to the soldier who was stirring the pot and squatted down on his heels by the fire beside the officer with the long neck. That officer did not take his eyes from Dolokhov and again asked to what regiment he belonged. Dolokhov, as if he had not heard the question, did not reply, but lighting a short French pipe which he took from his pocket began asking the officer in how far the road before them was safe from Cossacks.
  • The big mans laugh was louder than most peoples shouts. When he finished, he said, "Relax, runt. Punishindont always mean killin’. Of course, we gotta decide what to do with this money. Sure as hell dont want Mael to get it back. Hes probably in a lotta trouble with the Emperor for losinit." That thought amused Esau and he laughed again.
  • Every february the adjacent river nene is host to the head of the river race which again attracts hundreds of entries.
  • The word of command rang out, and again the regiment quivered, as with a jingling sound it presented arms. Then amidst a dead silence the feeble voice of the commander in chief was heard. The regiment roared, "Health to your ex... len... len... lency!" and again all became silent. At first Kutuzov stood still while the regiment moved; then he and the general in white, accompanied by the suite, walked between the ranks.
  • I looked away before anyone could see me staring. Britney was still looking longingly at a pile of fries. When I looked up again Brandon was looking back at me with a smile that seemed to communicate all kinds of things I'd always thought you needed words for.
  • On that note i will leave my email address on this forum again incase anybody is intrested!
  • He moved the bike slowly down to the coast road and gunned it south towards Port Douglas. Twilight had settled across the ocean and jungle. Ben turned the headlight on. Elizabeth clung tightly to him. He tried again to ignore the thrust of her breasts against his back. The Coral Sea was now black. The air became cooler.
  • I sit down, right there in the middle of the pumpkin patch, and I search for a reason not to cry. We can try again next year. Maybe it will be easier because well have a ploughed area and the ploughing bill will be paid off. Then we can afford the fencing. I take a deep breath, trying to keep myself from getting angry. I never meant for this to be such a burden.
  • Caislyn giggled, "I just needed to lighten the mood in here a bit, it was getting a little dark." She looked again to her friend as she put the sketch book down on the coffee table. "I know you have a lot of questions and most of them are going unanswered right now, but we will figure them out, together." She looked at the slumping shoulders on her friend and decided it was time to do what she could to teach Jaxon about the other than human world she had been thrust into. "Okay, here's what we are going to do, just ask me whatever questions you want and I will try to answer them if I can."
  • "Mamma! What sweets are we going to have?" Natasha again cried boldly, with saucy gaiety, confident that her prank would be taken in good part.
  • He groaned, but pushed himself up to his knees and crawled to the river. Instead of drinking from his hands, he just stuck his face in the water. He drew back, coughing for a moment, but then he braced his hands on the bank and dunked his entire head under the stream, so far in that the collar of his jacket was soaked through. Liseli watched him in bemusement, but laughed out loud when he surfaced again and shook his hair out like a dog, sending little droplets of water flying in every direction. He coughed, and thumped his chest once, but when he looked over at her his eyes were clear, and he smiled. She noted, with surprise, that there was barely a trace of the sick haggard look hed worn for the past two days. As he sat back on the ground and inhaled, he drew in a long clear breath.
  • This unfortunate lapse, the more maddening that it had been a page she had written out some weeks earlier, and before the Stone had preoccupied her mind, was annoying her when she returned that night. For she had rather prided herself on her secretarial efficiency, and Lord Arglay's quite pleasant, but quite firm, criticism of it distressed almost as much as it pleased her. Almost, because she thought as she took off her hat how much worse it would have been if he had pretended that, because of their friendship, it didn't matter. "It was," he had said, "no doubt the prophetic soul of your wide world dreaming on things to come. But don't let it be dreaming too much about the law-makers who are gone, will you? Or let us be quite clear when it is." Chloe kicked herself again and made some coffee.
  • Throw the diabolo over your head, perform a quick half pirouette to face the audience again & catch the diabolo in the cradle.
  • Draghis so-called Outright Monetary Transactions program is another example of the risks posed by ECB activism. While the plan has again hauled Europe back from the brink, it has also fueled inflation fears in Germany, Europes largest economy.
  • The snowflakes silently settled and melted on the dimly gleaming crystal sat in his upturned palm, as the Magur's voice sounded loud again in Pauls ears.
  • Everyone laughed, just as expected, but Connor heard a distinctive sigh amongst the boisterous laughter. He had to make sure he didnt hear his imagination getting ahead of him once again.
  • Then Liseli dropped to the floor, her wrist suddenly released. She fell forward, where the legs like pillars should have been, and lie prone on the cold stone bricks. Her arm throbbed in pain, but she couldnt tell if it was from the grip or from hitting the stones. She stayed still, barely breathing. The room was dark again.
  • The welkin rang, as the saying is, to the shouts of one and all, including myself. For though not surprised, I was caught up in the excitement of the men. "Hurrah, hurrah!" we shouted again and again.
  • Hiding their faces they rejoin the huge throng of miserable humanity - again in silence.
  • "A kindly old man but not up to much. And why do they stay on so long in Moscow? They meant to leave for the country long ago. Natalie is quite well again now, isn't she?" Julie asked Pierre with a knowing smile.
  • Prissy hugged herself again. She closed her eyes and began gently rocking back and forth. "The second love of my life. Jeremys a biker-slash-philosopher. He pulled me out of the gutter and put me to work. I could make him a grand a day by going down on the daughter freaks, Limo. It was easy. All I had to do was look lost and helpless. Theyd launch into these long teary raps about what wonderful fathers they were, and tell me over and over again how much I reminded them of their darling daughters. The hornier they got, the higher I jacked up the price. Jeremy schooled me on the freaks. Theyre scared, hed tell me, and theyre all tore up inside by guilt. But theyre horny as all get-out, or they wouldnt be there." She shrugged. "Theyre guys.
  • But my thought and wish is to write of things just as they occurred, and I now bear an earnest testimony that his other prediction was more than fulfilled, for when with great hesitation and stammering I called my sister to a private audience, and stood before her shaking with fear, just so soon as I found power to open my mouth, it was filled, for the light of the Lord shone upon my understanding, and the subject that had seemed so dark now appeared of all subjects pertaining to our gospel the most lucid and plain; and so both my sister and myself were converted together, and never again did I need evidence or argument to sustain that high and holy principle. And within a few days of this period my sister accompanied me to Nauvoo, where at our sister Delcenas, we soon met the Prophet with his brother Hyrum and Wm.
  • Some pundits and political sources predict Abe, who quickly moved to repair chilly ties with China as premier in 2006, would again tack to the center if he takes office, not least because the LDP will probably need its long-time and more moderate coalition partner, the New Komeito, to form a government.
  • The supporters of the old tutelage regime are waiting to take their revenge, and it might not be impossible for Turkey to once again fall under their influence. A number of elections will take place in the coming years, and electoral concerns will be reflected in the results. Pro-authoritarian actors may try to benefit from this atmosphere to make their comeback.
  • Then, right in front of him, he saw a familiar face, one he thought he would never see again and it made his hearts skip a couple of beats.
  • A Bull was bitten by a Mouse and, angered by the wound, tried to capture him. But the Mouse reached his hole in safety. Though the Bull dug into the walls with his horns, he tired before he could rout out the Mouse, and crouching down, went to sleep outside the hole. The Mouse peeped out, crept furtively up his flank, and again biting him, retreated to his hole. The Bull rising up, and not knowing what to do, was sadly perplexed. At which the Mouse said, "The great do not always prevail. There are times when the small and lowly are the strongest to do mischief."
  • They left behind the group and started investigating, one from the right side of the house and the other from the left. Detective Sam and the other members assembled at the front door. Jeff pressed the doorbell. It rang, but no movement came from inside. They waited for a while before Jeff rang the doorbell again before knocking also.
  • While apologizing, John made different postures in an attempt to explain Nancy his story. Really, he was not sure what he was talking about or why he was making such gestures. Finally, he stopped and held one single posture. When he stopped, he realized again that his hands had stopped awkwardly, covering Nancys breast, though not touching them. Nancy realized the same. John suddenly retracted his hands. Her angry eyes flashed with rage at him and again slapped him hard.
  • Bielerfeldt moaned when they picked him up, and moaned again and again after they laid him down on one of the blankets. After a time the moans sharpened into screams, but came less often. With all my heart I wished to sleep, but the agony that man was enduring prevented it. I had not even the will to reload my gun until Ralff prodded me.
  • How was it possible, Steve wondered, that it could be foretold several hundred years ago that they would be here in this place? More magic, he presumed. If he had the magical ability to control fire, then its feasible that someone might have the ability to predict the future, see premonitions, etc. He sighed again.
  • A soldier tended his horse well during the wars and the horse served him well. At the end of the wars the soldier treated the horse badly, with little food, no shelter and heavy drudging work. War broke out again and the soldier went to use the horse as before, but the wretched beast collapsed, saying that the poor treatment had turned him into an ass, and he would not be restored to a trusty steed in just a moment.
  • "I think its magnificent." Jadar seemed not to need encouragement, as he drank again from his sharbat. "So now you know the other reason I invited you here this afternoon. To tell you what you may see when you return to Agra. I havent decided on the exact location yet, but it will be on the bank of the Jamuna, placed so Mumtaz can watch the sun set over the water, just as we do here. I wanted to tell you both, for I sense you two are among the few who could really appreciate what a bold idea this is." Jadar looked sharply at Shirin. "Now, you must never, never tell Mumtaz, whatever else you two Persians may chatter on about. For now lets keep it a secret among us. But someday, someday it will tell all the world how much I love her." He sighed. "You know, at times I worry Im nothing more than a romantic Persian myself, deep inside."
  • The same year he attended the synods of tarsus and antioch, at both of which cyril was again deposed and anathematized.
  • Dr. Sock wondered if flying superheroes felt this nervous their first time up. Probably. Knowing that super powers would take you skyward again was doubtless comforting, however.
  • Mamuset was as still as a cemetery. Vane gently opened the gate, tiptoed over to Worthlesss pad and quietly hauled out her saddle. Solomon, seeing the camel move, shot from concealment and nipped her rear a good one. Worthless roared to her feet. Vane kicked back the dog and heaved on the saddle, walked her out the gate and mounted. The three moved uneventfully through the dark community until Vane noticed, perhaps a quarter-mile away, a rectangle of light spilling from a Domos doorway. A few wraithlike figures could be seen scooting in and out of that slat of light, their arms encumbered by white bundles. When the Square was still again he steered Worthless into the front Yard, careful to guide her around hard surfaces that would herald his coming. He brought her right up to the side of the doorway, just beyond the spill of light. Both brute and rider craned their necks to peer inside.
  • When the prisoners again went forward Pierre looked round. Karataev was still sitting at the side of the road under the birch tree and two Frenchmen were talking over his head. Pierre did not look round again but went limping up the hill.
  • "You are open-handed with gold, as becomes a monarch," said Turan Shah. "Shall the Sultan of Cairo be any less generous? Behold, I forgive you part of the ransom. You shall only pay eight hundred thousand bezants." He looked again at his officers, and they nodded grave approval.
  • They state that just as it was that nation which made labour and endeavour contest with capital, and through usury and compounded interest, made the poor clash with the rich, and caused the establishment of the banks, and amassed wealth through wiles and fraud, so also it was again that nation who, in order to take their revenge on the victors and governments from which they always suffered deprivation and oppression, were involved in every sort of corrupting committee and had a finger in every sort of revolution.
  • Theobald I made of his court a centre where the poetry of the troubadours that had developed at the court of the counts of Champagne was welcomed and fostered; his reign was peaceful. His son, King Theobald II (125370), married King Louis IX of France's daughter Isabella and accompanied his saintly father-in-law upon his crusade to Tunis. On the homeward journey, he died at Trapani in Sicily, and was succeeded by his brother, King Henry I, who had already assumed the reins of government during his absence, but reigned only three years (127174). His daughter, Queen Joan I, ascended as minor and the country was once again invaded from all sides. The queen and her mother, Blanche of Artois, sought refuge at the court of King Philip III of France. His son, the future King Philip IV of France, had become engaged to the young sovereign and married her in 1284. In 1276, at the time of the negotiations for this marriage, Navarre effectively passed into French control.
  • Rostov lay down again on his bed and thought complacently: "Let him fuss and bustle now, my job's done and I'm lying down--capitally!" He could hear that Lavrushka--that sly, bold orderly of Denisov's--was talking, as well as the quartermaster. Lavrushka was saying something about loaded wagons, biscuits, and oxen he had seen when he had gone out for provisions.
  • Pulling his hood over his head, wondering what the hell was going to happen nowthey were going to raid the building they were already in? – Dr. Sock stepped out into the hall and prepared to die. Again.
  • On and up they crept, crouching as they neared the crest, freezing when they started a bird. On again till the Sergeant halted them, signing them to kneel and keep their spears down.
  • As to the theaters for the entertainment of the people and the troops, these did not meet with success either. The theaters set up in the Kremlin and in Posnyakov's house were closed again at once because the actors and actresses were robbed.
  • It was one of those moments I'd try to reconstruct in my head again and again. I think I must have heard the cash register till close, or maybe Britney said something. Whatever the reason, I took a step in her direction while still looking away, my bottle half raised, and ran into the biggest Junior I'd ever seen.
  • "That is all nonsense." Prince Andrew again interrupted him, "let us talk business. Have you been to the Horse Guards?"
  • But again high eighteenth-century oligarchical politics, walpole and after, was rather sterile: factions rather than parties.
  • Following the university reform of 1918, Argentine education, especially at university level, became more independent of the government, as well as the influential Catholic Church. The church began to re-emerge in country's secular education system during the administration Juan Pern, when in 1947, catechism was reintroduced in public schools, and parochial institutions began again receiving subsidies. A sudden reversal in the policy in 1954 helped lead to Pern's violent overthrow, after which his earlier, pro-clerical policies were reinstated by General Pedro Aramburu. Aramburu's Law 6403 of 1955, which advanced private education generally, and parochial, or more often, Catholic-run schools (those staffed with lay techers), in particular, helped lead to the establishment of the Argentine Catholic University.
  • "And now Ive got to go," Jim said, bowing, "Give Patrick Bateman my regards, Adam. Its been fun, Reizvolle. We must spend a few minutes together again sometime."
  • Swann crossed his arms. "And your point is?" He nodded at Sutton's party to keep going. The wheel rotated and the wagon dropped. Brixby moaned, and again threw his legs over the wagon side. The Englisc audience gave a mass sigh. Tobie ran to Dimarico, arms and jaw flailing.
  • My anorexia, which had been relatively well-behaved so far, flared up again just before new year.
  • Climb down again and get the bauble, then return to the living room.
  • "Slow now, do not choke yohself to death. The food will steell be there when you ahr feenished chewing the bite befohr." Her hand was upon my back again briefly, the voice gentle and kind. I looked up again at her as she moved past- this time without trepidation either way regarding her facial injuries. She looked to be perhaps twenty some years of age, but I found it impossible to venture a guess. Her lips parted over large, outwardly slanting teeth- giving her an appearance that typically- that is to say, in other circumstances- would have instantly rendered her unappealing to my shallower self. Yet it was her. It had to be- ten or fifteen years my junior yet not simply my new daughter- also the life giving nurturer of my previous dream as well.
  • Jack chuckled quietly. "It is no problem to ask me, but do not go asking my mate or she will never shut up until you hear every little detail." He leaned back to get comfortable and gazed at the moon again to tell this story.
  • Thanks again for giving us car fanatics a voice to say what we think and feel about the cars of all ages!
  • The bird ruffled its wings again and flew to the top of the bolster beside Shirin. Hawksworth watched her for a moment, still incredulous, then settled himself on the carpet next to a chalice of wine that sat waiting. She reached and touched his arm. "I never asked you what your lovers call you. Youre so important, nobody in India knows your first name, just your titles."
  • My mother and her people brought food and drink, and what joyousness we on either side expressed. She and I embraced again and again, my small brother playing at high-jinks but shy of me, so changed was Ishaggy and reddened by wind and sun, and such a long period having passed.
  • When she let him speak again he moved a few hairs out of her face and tucked them behind her ears. "Is that a yes?" He then held up her chin to look at him still laying flat on the floor.
  • He encountered the body of a human being and said to it, once again as the Naturalists say, in the language of blind Nature and aimless philosophy: You are mine, it is I who made you; or anyway I have a share in you.
  • One morning outside Tellsons Bank, Jerry Cruncher sees a funeral pass by. Jerry asks a few questions and learns that the crowd is preparing to bury Roger Cly, a convicted spy and one of the men who testified against Darnay in his court case. Cruncher joins the motley procession, which includes a chimney-sweep, a bear-leader and his mangy bear, and a pieman. After much drinking and carousing, the mob buries Cly and, for sport, decides to accuse passers-by of espionage in order to wreak "vengeance on them." At home that night, Cruncher once again harangues his wife for her prayers. He then announces that he is going "fishing." In reality, he goes to dig up Clys body in order to sell it to scientists. Unbeknownst to Cruncher, his son follows him to the cemetery, but runs away terrified, believing that the coffin is chasing him. The next day, he asks his father the definition of a "Resurrection-Man"—the term describes men like Cruncher, who dig up bodies to sell to science. He announces his intentions to have this job as an adult.
  • "You told me to return it to him," she answered, her guts churning. "I did as you commanded. I never thought he would be so mad as to wear it, much less at the tournament. I have told you again and again, this man has done nothing but pay me the harmless honor a troubadour offers to the lady he has chosen. A troubadour does not talk to his lady, he worships her from a distance. I have never given him permission even to speak to me."
  • "Deed it is, lad, deed it is. There's those, even, who've looked for the old Arrow." And again he peered at me. "Heard of it, have you?"
  • "I told you that this day was painful for me. How? Because the shopkeeper had told us that Vajraninad ordered a bottle of scented hair oil, but never again returned to pick it up. That suggested to me that one or the other or the both of them had come to some harm.
  • "Those men died protecting you, Captain. Dont you remember? Your safety is very important to me. So important that it may be necessary to keep you under guard here in the fortress until this campaign is over. Look again at the bundle and tell me once more what you see."
  • Tribesmanthe north-west frontier tribesmen are attacking again without jack bloodnok: what?
  • Nicholas promised to come and blushed again as he bowed. At the mention of Princess Mary he experienced a feeling of shyness and even of fear, which he himself did not understand.
  • "This is what you chose, as your punishment," Ricalli smiled, crossing his arms again as he looked down on his prey. "You will be taken, in turn, by each of my high priests, until you are cleansed of your insolence."
  • When the reading which lasted more than an hour was over, Langeron again brought his snuffbox to rest and, without looking at Weyrother or at anyone in particular, began to say how difficult it was to carry out such a plan in which the enemy's position was assumed to be known, whereas it was perhaps not known, since the enemy was in movement. Langeron's objections were valid but it was obvious that their chief aim was to show General Weyrother--who had read his dispositions with as much self-confidence as if he were addressing school children- that he had to do, not with fools, but with men who could teach him something in military matters.
  • "Yeah!" Jack replies as he smiles in return. Seeing Emma again is actually the highlight of this whole terrible day. In fact, since their short date, he has not missed a single art class.
  • Her hands trembled once again as she used the mouse to click on the first web address. Apparently now Jackson hadnt been so security conscious, as the computer automatically logged him on asbigboy74’.
  • Connor had forgotten to grab the bowls and cups from their packs and Kara obliged by getting them herself. Kara and Mark ate the first batch of chili and after Connor walked over to the stream again to refill the can; Sarah and he finally ate.
  • Comb your eyebrows before applying eyebrow pencil and then, ever so lightly, comb them again when you have finished.
  • King Louis IX of Francea man already weakened by the old agedied the same death as all the commoners around here. He made the mistake of drinking the water. A mistake that all thirsty men make and never repeat again.
  • "When the indicator light goes on, push this button and pull this lever down. Make sure it goes all the way down. The elevator should slow down and I will reverse the magnet polarity and restart the engine. Next: same routine; light off, push button, lever up. again all the way up. Got that?" Annika explained quickly, while the Doctor was still observing them with great interest.
  • Vomite Aqui Seu Porco (Portuguese: Throw Up Here You Pig - a reference to the VASP sick-bag logo)/Varias Aeromocas Sao Putas (Portuguese: 'a number of the air stewardesses are loose women') again not true of course, like the rest of this silliness..
  • With a sneer of exhausted contempt, Dolmus concluded that he trusted Cassius would not again forget the loyalty he owed to his emperor. Then Cassius, too, had been ushered out by two guards, who had not left his side until he was on a ship to Tyresine.
  • "I love you." Her eyes shot wide open and softened and she said "As I also love you." She leaned in to kiss him again and Connor helped by pulling her torso closer, flush against himself.
  • "I know its not Sarah doing it because, with her, it felt like someone is scratching my brain, but with you, it feels like your hammering nails into my skull. Plus, I already asked Sarah to never do it again because it gives her terrible migraines and you are obviously not having one." His brow remained wrinkled.
  • A father had a family of sons who were perpetually quarreling among themselves. When he failed to heal their disputes by his exhortations, he determined to give them a practical illustration of the evils of disunion; and for this purpose he one day told them to bring him a bundle of sticks. When they had done so, he placed the faggot into the hands of each of them in succession, and ordered them to break it in pieces. They tried with all their strength, and were not able to do it. He next opened the faggot, took the sticks separately, one by one, and again put them into his sons' hands, upon which they broke them easily. He then addressed them in these words: "My sons, if you are of one mind, and unite to assist each other, you will be as this faggot, uninjured by all the attempts of your enemies; but if you are divided among yourselves, you will be broken as easily as these sticks."
  • But mr powell, the secretary of state, was once again enlisted to smooth the feathers ruffled by his hawkish colleagues.
  • Posted 17-aug-2006 thu 20:05 ) seriously tho going well again also had carnivore too tonight this should have being in the selections too.
  • Fires dazzled Balthusa again as she slowly recovered her senses. She blinked, shook her head. Their glare hurt her eyes. A confused medley of sound rose about her, growing more distinct as her senses cleared. She lifted her head and stared stupidly about her. Black figures hemmed her in, etched against crimson tongues of flame.
  • I never did get to lay hands on her, Diane thought. She will probably die and be reborn again into this suffering world. Perhaps she will fare better in her next life.
  • External wars then become saleable again behind new veils of total control of images.
  • Facing him lay a field of winter rye, there his own huntsman stood alone in a hollow behind a hazel bush. The hounds had scarcely been loosed before Nicholas heard one he knew, Voltorn, giving tongue at intervals; other hounds joined in, now pausing and now again giving tongue. A moment later he heard a cry from the wooded ravine that a fox had been found, and the whole pack, joining together, rushed along the ravine toward the ryefield and away from Nicholas.
  • When he said Allah would let him win again tomorrow, Roland realized, he spoke with such assurance that it never occurred to me to doubt him. What will become of the King and all the others?
  • "My dear!" exclaimed his mother imploringly, again laying her hand on his arm as if that touch might soothe or rouse him.
  • Sahil's eyebrows twitched on hearing this, as if to comment on the absurdity of a man in Louis's position making demands, but he bowed again.
  • Alongside his idiot sidekick, ludicrous, he returns again and again to challenge the hero, and always fails.
  • That had been the 15th, hed gone to Paris on the 16th, ending up that night at the Punks farm. So ..... Paul tried to remember, so much seemed to have happened in so little time. Hed slept the best part of the day away on the 17th, walked all night, and slept again in the deserted barn on the 18th, so that would make this morning the 19th, he reasoned.
  • Amalric swung again at Roland's arm. Roland lifted his shield high, pivoted on the balls of his feet, and, with all his strength, brought the pointed bottom of the shield down on Amalric's wrist. The blow knocked the sword out of Amalric's hand, and it flew through the air.
  • He grabbed her arm and dragged her into the bushes beside the door. Moments later the door banged open again and two of the redshirted men ran out, each with a pistol at the ready. They glanced around quickly then ran off down the road that led to the main building.
  • For weeks now, the market has been swinging back and forth on headlines from Washington. Wednesday's gyrations served to once again highlight the extent that the impasse is affecting the market and the likelihood of more volatility to come.
  • His former affection being still powerful over him, he obeyed the summons, in the hope of once again beholding helen.
  • For a moment, he thought of praying that the horrible sympathy that existed between him and the picture might cease. It had changed in answer to a prayer; perhaps in answer to a prayer it might remain unchanged. And yet, who, that knew anything about life, would surrender the chance of remaining always young, however fantastic that chance might be, or with what fateful consequences it might be fraught? Besides, was it really under his control? Had it indeed been prayer that had produced the substitution? Might there not be some curious scientific reason for it all? If thought could exercise its influence upon a living organism, might not thought exercise an influence upon dead and inorganic things? Nay, without thought or conscious desire, might not things external to ourselves vibrate in unison with our moods and passions, atom calling to atom in secret love or strange affinity? But the reason was of no importance. He would never again tempt by a prayer any terrible power. If the picture was to alter, it was to alter. That was all. Why inquire too closely into it?
  • By that point i was up in my room again getting dressed and calling those gimps to see how their night had been.
  • "At this point just settle it," said Arnold. "Then things will start getting better and my phone rings again and people have hope."
  • To end the show, once again showing tremendous versatility, the oldest group presented a victorian melodrama - the black hearted villain.
  • "The prince is not very well: bile and rush of blood to the head. Keep calm, I will call again tomorrow," said Metivier; and putting his fingers to his lips he hastened away.
  • Practically running out of the seat, Sarah leaped up and threw her arms around his neck in a desperate need to know if he was real. Her feet dangled inches above the ground as one of his arms held her in place. She said "I missed you so much." Looking at his handsome face Sarah leaned in and kissed him. Yes. It really is you Connor. I love you. After he sat her on her feet again she stepped back to look up at his handsome features. His presence was as commanding as ever, but he seemed calm. "What has been more important than spending time with me?"
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