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  • My mouth dropped open in shock. Pretty much nothing was going to get them to shut up now, not when they had such a perfect target. Sitting there staring at them was about the worst of all the choices open to me, but i was too shocked to pull my eyes away.
  • Sitting there all by myself felt so lonely. When you boiled it all down, i had a grand total of two friends in Sanctuary. Rachel and Brandon, both of who seemed to dislike the other, and neither of whom i was really sure i could count on. It was fine to only have two friends, or even just one friend if you knew they would do everything they possibly could to make sure they wouldn't let you down. It was entirely different when you weren't sure you could trust the people around you.
  • All of my senses were blending together. i couldn't tell if he smelled incredible, tasted like heaven, or if it was all just a side effect of the energy which had gone from tingling to crackling as soon as our faces touched.
  • Definitely not a time for funniness apparently. "What do you mean? I've only met her the one time. She seemed normal enough. i guess a little distracted..."
  • "I cannot say that i do unless it were that he wished to be able to deny his signature if an action for breach of promise were instituted."
  • It was possible, it turned out, to be rational but still completely paralyzed by indecision. The girl was sobbing now, and my heart felt like it was about to tear itself into pieces. The creak of the bathroom door opening should have been a relief. i was expecting the tension to somehow evaporate once there were more witnesses. i couldn't have been more wrong. The air had felt heavy before, now it somehow felt alive, maybe like ground zero of a lighting strike a split second before the soil was blackened by 300,000 volts.
  • "Forgiveness isnt all or nothing," said Janis Spring, clinical psychologist and author of "How Can i Forgive You? The Courage to Forgive, the Freedom Not To." "It doesnt happen in an instant. Good people can do terrible things. You weigh the good against the bad, and you make a thoughtful decision. You weigh all the things that this person has brought to your life and how they enhanced your life and weigh that against what theyve done to you. And if theyre remorseful, it may make sense to stay together."
  • Gradually there came a sort of vague beginning of consciousness, then a sense of weariness that was dreadful. For a time i remembered nothing, but slowly my senses returned. My feet seemed positively racked with pain, yet i could not move them. They seemed to be numbed. There was an icy feeling at the back of my neck and all down my spine, and my ears, like my feet, were dead yet in torment; but there was in my breast a sense of warmth which was by comparison delicious. It was as a nightmare - a physical nightmare, if one may use such an expression; for some heavy weight on my chest made it difficult for me to breathe.
  • "Gentlemen, I'll do anything. No one shall hear a word from me," said Rostov in an imploring voice, "but i can't apologize, by God i can't, do what you will! How can i go and apologize like a little boy asking forgiveness?"
  • "My dear fellow, she tried to found a salon, and only succeeded in opening a restaurant. How could i admire her? But tell me, what did she say about Mr. Dorian Gray?"
  • Rachel suddenly appeared off to my right, and she put her finger to her lips, and then sunk all ten fingernails into Dominic's arm. The sudden absence of the support I'd been unconsciously using to keep weight off of my right foot resulted in tear-jerking pain as the damaged appendage touched down, but i gritted my teeth and managed to keep it down to a hiss.
  • Next day, by Marya Dmitrievna's advice, Count Rostov took Natasha to call on Prince Nicholas Bolkonski. The count did not set out cheerfully on this visit, at heart he felt afraid. He well remembered the last interview he had had with the old prince at the time of the enrollment, when in reply to an invitation to dinner he had had to listen to an angry reprimand for not having provided his full quota of men. Natasha, on the other hand, having put on her best gown, was in the highest spirits. "They can't help liking me," she thought. "Everybody always has liked me, and i am so willing to do anything they wish, so ready to be fond of him--for being his father--and of her--for being his sister--that there is no reason for them not to like me..."
  • As always, Rachel was sitting at her table in the middle of no-man's land. She looked up at me and smiled as i took my usual spot and started on my homework.
  • We'd been driving in more or less comfortable silence for several minutes before i decided to act before things got uncomfortable. "So, tell me about yourself."
  • She was right, nearly everyone left over the next little while as they either finished up their assignments, gave up, or finally filled whatever quota of study time they'd been given by their parents. i did get to answer a couple of questions, which was surprisingly fun.
  • While i was still trying to catalog everything on the tray, Donovan laid out a full set of clothes, everything either in unopened manufacturer's plastic bags, or with price tags still attached.
  • Unlike real hospital comforts, with a spring mattress, the bamboo slat sleeping platforms caused sores, of which i was a victim.
  • Yes of course i am right,’ she said, ‘That Agent in your flat was looking into your mind. He could see that you knew nothing ..... but now you do.’
  • We walked to Alec's car in silence, the pair of them seemingly lost in their own thoughts, and me wondering why Alec had agreed to give me a ride home. i wasn't enough of a car aficionado to recognize the vehicle other than the fact that it was a mat gray and had the kind of smooth, exotic lines all of the high end vehicles seemed to be striving for right now. Rachel slipped in the backseat while i was still wondering how this seemingly low-profile ride matched up against Brandon's Mustang.
  • When Brandon's Mustang finally appeared around the bend in the lane, i found myself smiling so hard my face was starting to hurt. Breathing silent but heartfelt thanks that mom was in the shower and therefore couldn't hear the low rumble of the Mustang's engine, i slipped out the front door and skipped down the concrete steps.
  • "You fill me with interest," said Holmes. "Pray give us the essential facts from the commencement, and i can afterwards question you as to those details which seem to me to be most important."
  • "You must have called her something besides Ruth." He whispered: "I-I-I called her p-puzzums." i said: "Oh Jesus!" and wanted to laugh in spite of the spot i was on, but i said instead: "Now when we get inside you get you face close to her ear and be ready to whisper in it. Then just put your hand over her mouth and whisper. For Christ's sake, don't let her make that first squawk. She'll come out of her sleep scared to death and she'll sing out sure as hell. So clamp down on her mouth until she knows who it is that's talking to her. Understand." He said he did.
  • After months of drafting and supporting and revising, my papers finally done. i put it away for a couple weeks, like my McNair mentor says i should, and then i pull it out and read it again from a readers perspective. A few more days of polishing it, and Im done. i show it to my McNair mentor and she says its great.
  • After 30 years of study, reflection and experimentation, i can say that Multiple Intelligences Theory (MI theory) has two primary educational implications. The first is individuation. We should know as much about each learner as possible; and to the extent possible, we should teach that child in ways that the child can learn, and assess the child in ways that are comfortable to the child. For the first time in human history, technology makes this dream possible. We can now teach and assess algebra and geography in many ways.
  • The interview is in Victoria, just a short ferry ride from Salt Spring. i know my way around here, and i drive us in our rental car through the downtown core, pointing out landmarks that i used to know. Its all wonderfully familiar. A residential neighborhood near the pier has been converted into hotels and shops, and our hotel is among them. i could have looked up old friends and stayed with them, but we dont have the time this trip. There will be plenty of opportunities to track them down when we live out here again. We walk into the lobby holding hands and check into our room, which looks out over the parking lot.
  • Almost before I'd even finished assimilating how quickly Alec had pulled everything together, mom was backing down the lane as i waved goodbye.
  • "Then dress. No one is stirring yet, but i know where the stable-boy sleeps, and we shall soon have the trap out." He chuckled to himself as he spoke, his eyes twinkled, and he seemed a different man to the sombre thinker of the previous night.
  • "You don't know? He was a liberated convict!" "Who?" "The mayor." "Bah! M. Madeleine?" "Yes." "Really?" "His name was not Madeleine at all; he had a frightful name, Bejean, Bojean, Boujean." "Ah! Good God!" "He has been arrested." "Arrested!" "In prison, in the city prison, while waiting to be transferred." "Until he is transferred!" "He is to be transferred!" "Where is he to be taken?" "He will be tried at the Assizes for a highway robbery which he committed long ago." "Well! i suspected as much. That man was too good, too perfect, too affected. He refused the cross; he bestowed sous on all the little scamps he came across. i always thought there was some evil history back of all that."
  • Prince Michael Ilarionovich! Since the twenty-ninth of August i have received no communication from you, yet on the first of September i received from the commander in chief of Moscow, via Yaroslavl, the sad news that you, with the army, have decided to abandon Moscow. You can yourself imagine the effect this news has had on me, and your silence increases my astonishment. i am sending this by Adjutant-General Prince Volkonski, to hear from you the situation of the army and the reasons that have induced you to take this melancholy decision.
  • "Then i will." Holmes suddenly bent his strength upon it, but without result. "I feel it give a little," said he; "but, though i am exceptionally strong in the fingers, it would take me all my time to break it. An ordinary man could not do it. Now, what do you think would happen if i did break it, Mr. Holder? There would be a noise like a pistol shot. Do you tell me that all this happened within a few yards of your bed and that you heard nothing of it?"
  • "Now listen. i tell you i want to talk to you at twelve tonight. i can't talk with you now; I'm busy. If you don't care to see me at twelve, say so. i can go back East and let this matter go to court, if that's what you want."
  • "May i make bold to trouble your honor?" said he respectfully, but with a shade of contempt for the youthfulness of this officer and with a hand thrust into his bosom. "My mistress, daughter of General in Chief Prince Nicholas Bolkonski who died on the fifteenth of this month, finding herself in difficulties owing to the boorishness of these people"--he pointed to the peasants--"asks you to come up to the house.... Won't you, please, ride on a little farther," said Alpatych with a melancholy smile, "as it is not convenient in the presence of...?" He pointed to the two peasants who kept as close to him as horseflies to a horse.
  • I had no way of telling and finding a friend in the enemy camp had me bothered plenty. Though i thought there was probably some explanation; Kewpie wasn't the double-crossing type.
  • Well theyve got no chance of blocking this party,’ repeated Rusty. ‘Theres loads of people piling up from Spain, and i heard theres a couple of sound systems coming from Prague. Were gonna be unstoppable.
  • "Am i to let the troops have the oats, and to take a receipt for them? We have still six hundred quarters left," he inquired.
  • I take a long, slow breath, trying to figure out what to say next. i know how he feels. It is a big move. Were settled here. It seems crazy to want to uproot and move two thousand miles away. But its an opportunity to access the life Ive been dreaming of and searching for all these years.
  • When i contacted fujitsu siemens customer support i felt they did not listen to the issues i had with their product.
  • "He was for a while but he went out to the Three C Club to get a few drinks. He said he had a twenty-eight-dollar start toward a drunk and didn't want to lose his initial investment. That he would if he let what he had in him die out. i think he's crazy."
  • While sunbathing in my shreddies i was suddenly confronted by the ancient crone who dwelt in a nearby thatched hut and herded llamas.
  • A mongolian herdsman entered the tent so after misinterpreting gans comment to offer him a cigarette, i give him the a whole packet.
  • "Dear Basil! i have not laid eyes on him for a week. It is rather horrid of me, as he has sent me my portrait in the most wonderful frame, specially designed by himself, and, though i am a little jealous of the picture for being a whole month younger than i am, i must admit that i delight in it. Perhaps you had better write to him. i don't want to see him alone. He says things that annoy me. He gives me good advice."
  • "But i don't want to be rechristened, Harry," rejoined the duchess, looking up at him with her wonderful eyes. "I am quite satisfied with my own name, and i am sure Mr. Gray should be satisfied with his."
  • She looked at me in a funny way and all of a sudden i got an idea. i said: "Say, listen! Is he some relation of yours?"
  • MY girl turned out to be a Spanish-looking brunette. Very snaky and very pretty. But she talked as though her mouth were full of mush, which spoiled the effect, and i wished to God I'd tried the fourth number on the list before I'd tried hers. Mrs. Hazel George-Wolff-Heber was about as i had her picked. Just a big good-natured wench that couldn't keep her hands off any man, regardless of size, age, or color. She kept telling Lester that she adored men who wore glasses, because they looked so distinguished. She told me she adored music and musicians. She made pig eyes at the good-looking cab driver who drove us out to the Three C Club and she did everything but climb over the bar after the bar man who served us the first drink when we got there.
  • The next morning played out essentially the same as the day before. i awoke to an empty house, and then hurried to get ready and down to the bus stop so i wouldn't be stranded if nobody else showed up to give me a ride into school.
  • "This Godfrey Norton was evidently an important factor in the matter. He was a lawyer. That sounded ominous. What was the relation between them, and what the object of his repeated visits? Was she his client, his friend, or his mistress? If the former, she had probably transferred the photograph to his keeping. If the latter, it was less likely. On the issue of this question depended whether i should continue my work at Briony Lodge, or turn my attention to the gentleman's chambers in the Temple. It was a delicate point, and it widened the field of my inquiry. i fear that i bore you with these details, but i have to let you see my little difficulties, if you are to understand the situation."
  • "Then i trust that you at least will honour me with your company," said Sherlock Holmes. "It is always a joy to meet an American, Mr. Moulton, for i am one of those who believe that the folly of a monarch and the blundering of a minister in far-gone years will not prevent our children from being some day citizens of the same world-wide country under a flag which shall be a quartering of the Union Jack with the Stars and Stripes."
  • "'You understand, Mr. Holder, that i am giving you a strong proof of the confidence which i have in you, founded upon all that i have heard of you. i rely upon you not only to be discreet and to refrain from all gossip upon the matter but, above all, to preserve this coronet with every possible precaution because i need not say that a great public scandal would be caused if any harm were to befall it. Any injury to it would be almost as serious as its complete loss, for there are no beryls in the world to match these, and it would be impossible to replace them. i leave it with you, however, with every confidence, and i shall call for it in person on Monday morning.'
  • Not used to being outclassed academically, i got flustered, which led to a misplaced decimal, and then an incorrect conversion from English to metric. Alec just continued on, never seeming to really hurry, never actually making a mistake, but still grinding through calculations with a speed i might have been able to match on a good day, but couldn't even approach today.
  • His Serene Highness has passed through Mozhaysk in order to join up with the troops moving toward him and has taken up a strong position where the enemy will not soon attack him. Forty eight guns with ammunition have been sent him from here, and his Serene Highness says he will defend Moscow to the last drop of blood and is even ready to fight in the streets. Do not be upset, brothers, that the law courts are closed; things have to be put in order, and we will deal with villains in our own way! When the time comes i shall want both town and peasant lads and will raise the cry a day or two beforehand, but they are not wanted yet so i hold my peace. An ax will be useful, a hunting spear not bad, but a three-pronged fork will be best of all: a Frenchman is no heavier than a sheaf of rye. Tomorrow after dinner i shall take the Iberian icon of the Mother of God to the wounded in the Catherine Hospital where we will have some water blessed. That will help them to get well quicker. I, too, am well now: one of my eyes was sore but now i am on the lookout with both.
  • Her smile faded as she replied, ‘Yes, i know. Every time the fabric of reality is opened, it is visible to the Invaders. If i am going to teach you what i need to, we are going to have to be very careful.’
  • What happened to the bad guy who was bad just to be bad? i have in mind the one W.H. Auden described back in the 1940s in his brilliant lectures on Shakespeare: "There is a difference between a villain and one who simply commits a crime. The villain is an extremely conscious person and commits a crime consciously, for its own sake."
  • Everything was just too unreal. i couldn't believe it was all happening, so i chose to ignore the implications of what he was saying. Boys like him didn't go for girls like me. They didn't even acknowledge the possibility unless they were after something.
  • "I have not the slightest idea. If Basil chooses to hide himself, it is no business of mine. If he is dead, i don't want to think about him. Death is the only thing that ever terrifies me. i hate it."
  • Every morning, i put the rechargeable battery in my bag and plug it in at work. It sits next to me on the floor, with its little red light blinking, while i write letters of inquiry for grants, print thank you letters, and organize fundraisers. i eat lunch alone in my office, working straight through. Theres always another grant to write and more money that needs to be raised. Theres always more work to do than there is time.
  • It was the voice of the groom, trying to wake him. The sun shone straight into Pierre's face. He glanced at the dirty innyard in the middle of which soldiers were watering their lean horses at the pump while carts were passing out of the gate. Pierre turned away with repugnance, and closing his eyes quickly fell back on the carriage seat. "No, i don't want that, i don't want to see and understand that. i want to understand what was revealing itself to me in my dream. One second more and i should have understood it all! But what am i to do? Harness, but how can i harness everything?" and Pierre felt with horror that the meaning of all he had seen and thought in the dream had been destroyed.
  • "I don't like the bulge bracket banks at all, and it's basically because i think the market is really highly underestimating these macro risks," said David Trone, head of U.S. banks and brokers research at JMP Securities.
  • "So that's what she is like; what a fool i have been!" he thought gazing at her sparkling eyes, and under the mustache a happy rapturous smile dimpled her cheeks, a smile he had never seen before.
  • "In this fog, my dear Basil? Why, i can't even recognize Grosvenor Square. i believe my house is somewhere about here, but i don't feel at all certain about it. i am sorry you are going away, as i have not seen you for ages. But i suppose you will be back soon?"
  • In March, Morgen tells me that she cant remember what it looks like outside without snow. i laugh and give her a hug. "I cant remember, either," i say. "But the snow will melt one day."
  • "It is obvious. And now, you see, i had narrowed the field down considerably. The possession of a grey garment was a third point which, granting the son's statement to be correct, was a certainty. We have come now out of mere vagueness to the definite conception of an Australian from Ballarat with a grey cloak."
  • A herdsman tending his flock in a forest lost a Bull-calf from the fold. After a long and fruitless search, he made a vow that, if he could only discover the thief who had stolen the Calf, he would offer a lamb in sacrifice to Hermes, Pan, and the Guardian Deities of the forest. Not long afterwards, as he ascended a small hillock, he saw at its foot a Lion feeding on the Calf. Terrified at the sight, he lifted his eyes and his hands to heaven, and said: "Just now i vowed to offer a lamb to the Guardian Deities of the forest if i could only find out who had robbed me; but now that i have discovered the thief, i would willingly add a full-grown Bull to the Calf i have lost, if i may only secure my own escape from him in safety."
  • If you want to become a complete islamic radical and are ready to undergo circumcision, then i invite you to moscow.
  • Biochem soc trans ( in press ) smillie kj, cousin ma ( 2005 ) role of dynamin i phosphorylation in synaptic vesicle endocytosis.
  • For instance, by practicing reflecting on how this document gets written here, do i become more reflective in my life overall?
  • This week i want to focus on a few recent notes from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), as they actually shed light on a new form of market sharing.
  • When the words finally made it out, they seemed to fight me the whole way, clawing at my throat with such force that by the time they finally exited my mouth, they were the barest hint of a whisper. "Because I'm worried once you realize just how much of a loser i was back home, how much of a loser i still am, you'll decide you don't belong with me."
  • Alec shrugged, "Yes, i suppose it does look hypocritical at that. Let's just say Rachel would be missed if we hit another car, but nobody would need to miss me."
  • I checked into a campground at twizel and casually told the very friendly manageress that i was looking for black stilts.
  • "That is what i have come to learn, Uncle George. Or rather, i know who he is. He is the last Lord Kelso's grandson. His mother was a Devereux, Lady Margaret Devereaux. i want you to tell me about his mother. What was she like? Whom did she marry? You have known nearly everybody in your time, so you might have known her. i am very much interested in Mr. Gray at present. i have only just met him."
  • The narrator recounts that those who saw Carton die witnessed a peaceful and even prophetic look on his face, and speculates confidently about Cartons final thoughts: Carton notes the fact that the oppressors in the crowd "have risen on the destruction of the old," but also realizes that, someday, Paris will recover from these horrors and become beautiful. Also in these imagined last moments, Carton sees Lucie and Darnay with a child named after himself. He sees Manette happy and healthy and sees Lorry living a long and peaceful life. He sees a future in which he holds a special place in their hearts and in the hearts of generations hence. He sees his own name "made illustrious," and the blots that he threw upon his life fade away. According to the narrator, Carton dies in the knowledge that "It is a far, far better thing that i do, than i have ever done; it is a far, far better rest that i go to than i have ever known."
  • During testing i personally witnessed anglers who had never fished pva before successfully mastering the technique in minutes resulting in bigger and better catches.
  • The voice was familiar, but my mind initially refused to place it with a face. It was too unbelievable to be real. i took a couple more steps, and then looked to my left and was rewarded as an infectious grin slowly appeared on Brandon's face.
  • Once we each sported a bag or two from some ridiculously over-priced store, things went much more smoothly. i tried on a variety of jeans, blouses, shirts, skirts, dresses, and just about every other article of clothing imaginable. i drew the line at a swimsuit, since there was no way on earth I'd ever wear one, and then felt so bad at how crushed Rachel was, that i let her drag me into a store full of formals. It was a mistake because i soon found myself being zipped into a delicate, green dress that i was absolutely positive wasn't going to survive the experience of trying to wrap itself around me.
  • "I hear you have given orders to harness," she cried, panting (she had apparently been running), "and i did so wish to have another talk with you alone! God knows how long we may again be parted. You are not angry with me for coming? You have changed so, Andrusha," she added, as if to explain such a question.
  • This recipe is also included in easy sushi but here i substitute fish fingers for the prawn tempura suggested in the book.
  • As i have said, i live in a next door dimension, existing parallel with your own. A handful of us Magur have survived and managed to live on, hidden, in a time-sealed reality, waiting for this moment to be reunited with you.’
  • "The count had a sty," replied the adjutant smiling, "and was very much upset when i told him people had come to ask what was the matter with him. By the by, Count," he added suddenly, addressing Pierre with a smile, "we heard that you have family troubles and that the countess, your wife..."
  • "Hes overpaid," said CJ Jones, 19, a junior public affairs major at Ohio State, whose tuition has risen 9.7 percent during her 2½-years at the university. "You should want that job for a sense of Buckeye pride. Why do you have to suck so many resources from our budget? i know kids graduating from OSU with $90,000 in debt, and its a public university."
  • I looked one last time at the box holding my clothes, and then sighed and shoved it under the bed. My unpacking was all done, which meant i had to go back to my homework. At least now i could listen to my music while i studied.
  • Sabah's Sevilay Yükselir says although Teachers' Day was joyfully celebrated in many parts of the country, she could not feel this joy due to the situation of unemployed teachers who have been waiting to be appointed to a post for a long time. "If only i could do more for these teachers other than writing this article. These young people have been raising their voices for a long time. And no one is producing solutions for these people," she says. Yükselir laments that although she was very hopeful about Dinçer when he was first appointed education minister, she became very disappointed due to Dinçer's indifference to unemployed teachers. Appealing to Dinçer, she says she is personally tired of Twitter and e-mail messages she receives from unemployed teachers and called on him to find a solution.
  • Alec was silent for so long i finally tore my gaze from his masterpiece long enough to find that he was staring at me with surprise.
  • "My nerves are fairly proof, Watson, but i must confess to a start when i saw the very man who had been so much in my thoughts standing there on my threshold. His appearance was quite familiar to me. He is extremely tall and thin, his forehead domes out in a white curve, and his two eyes are deeply sunken in this head. He is clean-shaven, pale, and ascetic-looking, retaining something of the professor in his features. His shoulders are rounded from much study, and his face protrudes forward, and is forever slowly oscillating from side to side in a curiously reptilian fashion. He peered at me with great curiosity in his puckered eyes.
  • The next night, i lie in bed in the loft of our little cabin in the north woods, looking past the stained glass butterfly that hangs in the window by my head. Stars come into view and grow bright and brighter. i watch them flicker and shine, each one hinting at something more. My mind is heavy with memories and swirling thoughts, but i push them aside and keep my focus instead on the shimmering stars. i want them to be clear. Each one is important, it seems, deserving of attention. Each one is a possibility, and maybe if i look long enough, or in the right way, something will stand out, or start to make sense.
  • One freezing Saturday afternoon we all cuddle up on the couch to watch three hours of Planet Earth together. Were blown away by what we see displayed before us: the incredible footage and the magnificent beauty of our planet. i mean, we already know its beautiful. We live in one of the most serene places in the country, and we experience natures beauty on a daily basis. But to see all of natures magnificence laid out in front of our eyes, in one running narrative, blows us away.
  • I was still leafing through my binder when Alec started testing the strength of our, 'tow line.' i scooted my desk over and picked up a weight to hand to him, only to see the thread break as he successfully figured out the breaking point.
  • "When loving with human love one may pass from love to hatred, but divine love cannot change. No, neither death nor anything else can destroy it. It is the very essence of the soul. Yet how many people have i hated in my life? And of them all, i loved and hated none as i did her." And he vividly pictured to himself Natasha, not as he had done in the past with nothing but her charms which gave him delight, but for the first time picturing to himself her soul. And he understood her feelings, her sufferings, shame, and remorse. He now understood for the first time all the cruelty of his rejection of her, the cruelty of his rupture with her. "If only it were possible for me to see her once more! Just once, looking into those eyes to say..."
  • It was signed by somebody in the Identification Bureau. i said: "That's nice work, Chief. It's a wonder she wasn't deported."
  • So, it is because the philosophy which does not obey the line of religion thus lost its way, that the i took the reins into its own hands and ran into all sorts of misguidance.
  • "They're frightened," he said confidentially in a hoarse voice. "I say i won't surrender, i say... Am i not right, sir?"
  • "There's nothing in it. i looked at it before," said Lestrade. "'Oct. 4th, rooms 8s., breakfast 2s. 6d., cocktail 1s., lunch 2s. 6d., glass sherry, 8d.' i see nothing in that."
  • "Well, well," said the Duck, who was of a very peaceable disposition, and never quarrelled with any one, "everybody has different tastes. i hope, at any rate, that you are going to take up your residence here."
  • Damien brushed his thumb over her navel. "Just because consummation is a duty, doesnt mean you and i cannot enjoy it." His hand moved down, fingers rubbing that thin material against her curls. "Im going to pleasure you, wife. i am going to feel pleasure in doing it. Whatever notion you had in agreeing to wed me, this part of it is not something that anyone can dictate. Those bloody rules do not belong in the bedroom, sweet. Or between lovers. Call it mating or sex, i will not deny myself what is to be had in it, nor will i allow you to."
  • Berg had already been engaged a month, and only a week remained before the wedding, but the count had not yet decided in his own mind the question of the dowry, nor spoken to his wife about it. At one time the count thought of giving her the Ryazan estate or of selling a forest, at another time of borrowing money on a note of hand. A few days before the wedding Berg entered the count's study early one morning and, with a pleasant smile, respectfully asked his future father-in-law to let him know what Vera's dowry would be. The count was so disconcerted by this long-foreseen inquiry that without consideration he gave the first reply that came into his head. "I like your being businesslike about it.... i like it. You shall be satisfied...."
  • A flicker of motion up ahead should have made me pull up in fear, but the smell accompanying it was somehow familiar, somehow safe. i knew if i could reach the shadowy person I'd been unconsciously following, I'd be safe, but he was so incredibly fast and my pursuers were gaining.
  • "Dear me!" said Lady Agatha, "how you men argue! i am sure i never can make out what you are talking about. Oh! Harry, i am quite vexed with you. Why do you try to persuade our nice Mr. Dorian Gray to give up the East End? i assure you he would be quite invaluable. They would love his playing."
  • "(PIR) reports on Thursday morning. Will Pier One continue to deliver? Did Sandy hurt them? Was Thanksgiving big, as they sell a lot of seasonal merchandise They will let us know. Remember, we've been behind Pier One ever since CEO Alex Smith turned it around. i bet this time will be no different."
  • We drive by our old apartment, next to the railroad tracks, where i spent so many lonely hours. i dont remember it looking so run-down. "Do you think it looked that bad when we lived here and we just didnt notice, or do you think its gotten worse?"
  • A repeat second performance by these birds gave unbelievable views, i can not find enough superlatives to describe these birds.
  • "That is the reward, and i have reason to know that there are sentimental considerations in the background which would induce the Countess to part with half her fortune if she could but recover the gem."
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