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  • "I did as he ordered, and when the lawyer arrived i was asked to step up to the room. The fire was burning brightly, and in the grate there was a mass of black, fluffy ashes, as of burned paper, while the brass box stood open and empty beside it. As i glanced at the box i noticed, with a start, that upon the lid was printed the treble K which i had read in the morning upon the envelope.
  • Question 11 changing the subject from cup final ticket allocation questions etc, i have a little brain teaser for you!
  • I agreed with him and he stood up and we shook hands. i told him I'd tell him when i got a new address and he followed me to the door of his office. Then he said, very softly:
  • "It is the latest episode of the unfortunate situation that has befallen the country," Justice John Hedigan told the Dublin courtroom as the Irish government seized the property. "Theres nothing i can do."
  • The relationship continued. On the talk show "Katie," tapes were played of voice mails left by the woman Te'o said he thought was Kekua. In one, she talked about starting her first session of chemotherapy. In another, she suspiciously called him out after she said another woman answered his phone. In another, she wished him good night: "I'll talk to you tomorrow. i love you so much hon. Sweet dreams."
  • But then Scott brings a tiny, perfect person over to meet me. i reach out my hand, she takes hold of my finger, and Im flooded with such love that i cannot believe i havent known and loved her my whole life. i silently promise her that i will do my very best to give her a good life, filled with happiness. Then i close my eyes again and know that everything is alright. All that matters is this moment, and everything that lies ahead.
  • That is to say, the i is mirror-like, and, like a unit of measurement and tool for discovery, it has an indicative meaning; having no meaning in itself, it shows the meaning of others.
  • "I want Wendel where he's safe. That's all. i want him where i can get him if i need him. It may be I'll want him in a hurry. If he gets out and runs into Joey Free, God knows where he'll be. With Joey drunk like he is, he's liable to start for either Mexico or Canada; he does things like that.
  • Could i borrow .... ‘ he hesitated, not sure what to call it, ‘your fire?’ adding apleaseas an afterthought.
  • Alec's voice was huskier than normal, but still carried most of its velvety perfection. As i looked at him, i realized i wasn't feeling any power arcing from him. Everything centered on him now, but he wasn't adding to the storm. The wolves behind Brandon growled as Alec stepped forward.
  • I thought of the Carson City jail but didn't say anything about it. i said: "Chances are he's around someplace. He may be keeping inside, so she doesn't have a chance to raise hell with him."
  • In these films cameraman martyn colbeck and i followed the lives of one family of elephants led by the distinguished matriarch echo.
  • In my evidence to the defense committee, i put forward two possible scenarios for the near future - accelerated proliferation or sustainable nonproliferation.
  • As i negotiated the crooked path between desks, i found myself looking forward to the class. Right up until Alec slipped into the classroom a few seconds before the bell rang.
  • "Be a man, my friend. i will look after your interests," said she in reply to his look, and went still faster along the passage.
  • "Precisely. You allude to my attempt to recover the Irene Adler papers, to the singular case of Miss Mary Sutherland, and to the adventure of the man with the twisted lip. Well, i have no doubt that this small matter will fall into the same innocent category. You know Peterson, the commissionaire?"
  • I stopped by Britney's desk to ask if she needed any help, and had to avoid an attempt to suck me into another gripe session about Mrs. Campbell. Satisfied that there wasn't anything i needed to be doing to help either of the other girls, and that they'd let me know if that changed, i broke out my Spanish book and reviewed some more vocabulary.
  • Jasmin and Jessica were circling each other now. It reminded me of a fight I'd seen between two feral dogs while i was still in grade school. The dogs had circled for five or ten seconds, and then one had thrown himself at the other. A neighbor had broken the fight up with a few thrown stones before it'd come to a grisly end, but it'd been obvious once the first dog had latched onto his opponent's throat that it was only a matter of time before the smaller dog would've died.
  • "He's Mexican. He smokes the weed. He's on the junk, besides that, but not bad i hear. He's a knife man, i hear. The other one is the guy that was waiting across the street for you this afternoon."
  • "No! No! No! When your father writes to tell me that you are behaving well i will give you my hand to kiss. Not till then!" she said. And smilingly raising a finger at him, she left the room.
  • It was happening. I'd fantasized about kissing even back when i thought boys had cooties. i wasn't sure i was any more ready than I'd been out in the parking lot, but i could tell by the way he was moving that he wasn't going to abort this time.
  • "You see, dear man, this is not a sewing shop, and i had no proper tools; and, as they say, one needs a tool even to kill a louse," said Platon with one of his round smiles, obviously pleased with his work.
  • "No, i won't miss my opportunity now, as i did after Austerlitz," he thought, expecting every moment to meet the monarch, and conscious of the blood that rushed to his heart at the thought. "I will fall at his feet and beseech him. He will lift me up, will listen, and will even thank me. 'I am happy when i can do good, but to remedy injustice is the greatest happiness,'" Rostov fancied the sovereign saying. And passing people who looked after him with curiosity, he entered the porch of the Emperor's house.
  • Had i permitted myself any innovation on the original term, it would have been to convert it to Australia; as being more agreeable to the ear, and an assimilation to the names of the other great portions of the earth.
  • Nicholas turned away from her. Natasha too, with her quick instinct, had instantly noticed her brother's condition. But, though she noticed it, she was herself in such high spirits at that moment, so far from sorrow, sadness, or self-reproach, that she purposely deceived herself as young people often do. "No, i am too happy now to spoil my enjoyment by sympathy with anyone's sorrow," she felt, and she said to herself: "No, i must be mistaken, he must be feeling happy, just as i am."
  • But for some reason, i dont. i put it off, and then the application deadlines are next week, and i still havent asked. i guess i just dont want to. Im too tired. Im tired of the pressure and Im tired of the stress, and Im very, very tired of never having enough time.
  • By the time class ended, I'd almost completely shut down. i registered the whispers as i made my way to English. i knew i normally would've been mad, or possibly embarrassed, but it was like my feelings were wrapped in layers of cotton candy. If i really pushed, i could faintly feel the hard edges, but there were so many layers shrouding them. i just couldn't seem to muster up enough concentration to care. i was almost completely on autopilot now.
  • Joey is big and stocky, with a body like a keg. He was supposed to have a lot of money and to be spending it on women and liquor far too fast. It wasn't gossip because I'd been to parties at Joey's place. The man with him was tall and slat-like and looked very solemn and serious. i had to take another look before i could see the look was put on for effect; that the man was just carrying his liquor carefully.
  • World War i radically altered the political map, with the defeat of the Central Powers, including Austria-Hungary, Germany and the Ottoman Empire; and the 1917 Bolshevik seizure of power in Russia. Meanwhile, existing victorious Allies such as France, Belgium, Italy, Greece and Romania gained territories, while new states were created out of the collapse of Austria-Hungary and the Russian and Ottoman Empires.
  • "How glad i am you've come! i am so happy today," she said, with the old animation Pierre had not seen in her for along time. "You know Nicholas has received a St. George's Cross? i am so proud of him."
  • Lester beamed and wiggled a bit on the seat. He looked over at MacIntosh and, from the look, i could see God was back on earth again.
  • Lestrade laughed indulgently. "You have, no doubt, already formed your conclusions from the newspapers," he said. "The case is as plain as a pikestaff, and the more one goes into it the plainer it becomes. Still, of course, one can't refuse a lady, and such a very positive one, too. She has heard of you, and would have your opinion, though i repeatedly told her that there was nothing which you could do which i had not already done. Why, bless my soul! here is her carriage at the door."
  • I swear i rolled out of that shop a good two kilos heavier than Id gone into it. The rats may be leaving the sinking ship, but if this years winter turns out to be as grueling as last years, at least now i know the perfect little refuge in Ürgüp.
  • Lebanon has not had a government for a long time. The previous one was broken up due to a disagreement over the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL), which was supposed to investigate the assassination of the late Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. When i was writing this article, the indictment, whatever it is, was not public yet but, as many will agree, Hariri is the John F. Kennedy of the Middle East, and we will never know who really killed him and under what circumstances. But one thing is very clear: The indictment will bring lots of new problems to Lebanon, this wonderful country on the Mediterranean.
  • It was with some surprise, therefore, that i saw him walk into my consulting-room upon the evening of April 24th. It struck me that he was looking even paler and thinner than usual. "Yes, i have been using myself up rather too freely," he remarked, in answer to my look rather than to my words; "I have been a little pressed of late. Have you any objection to my closing your shutters?"
  • Alec stopped and tugged me around to face him. "Don't be sorry. i wish this had happened a long time ago. We kept stalling, kept waiting for me to develop the ability to stand Brandon off, and it was the wrong thing to do. i should have challenged him when Simon and Nathanial killed the tourists, should have slapped Vincent down the day he almost killed Ben, should have done something a thousand times over, but i just kept waiting. Well, I'm finally done waiting, and it's a relief. I'll fight Brandon tonight, and one way or another things will finally be resolved."
  • In mozambique i have visited the factory where in a clinic they are successfully testing the first ever anti malaria preventive vaccine.
  • He said slowly: "I've known Kirb for fifteen years and worked with him, off and on, for over half of that. We're friends. He'll play it the way i ask him if he can possibly do it. I've asked him. He ... ugh ... he knows this is sort of a personal thing with me."
  • "Do any of you agree? Is it important to think critically?" i wait. The guy in the UMD sweatshirt shrugs. i wait some more. No one says a thing. "Anyone? Isnt critical thinking what college is about? Isnt that why youre here?"
  • "But i prefer baking!" So thats what Ill do. i picture it as i read about kneading and shaping the perfect loaves. i choose my recipes and make a list of the ingredients Ill need. Im going to bake the best, most wholesome and satisfying bread weve ever tasted, i decide, and it will nourish us and fill our cabin with the smell of comfort. Ill be known around town as the woman who lives in the Y2K cabin and works at the radio station and bakes bread. When i get really good at it, Ill go talk to the whole foods co-op and see if theyll sell it for me. Ill charge a reasonable price so that itll be both affordable and nourishing. A win-win.
  • "And i don't forgive you for being late for dinner," broke in Lord Henry, putting his hand on the lad's shoulder and smiling as he spoke. "Come, let us sit down and try what the new chef here is like, and then you will tell us how it all came about."
  • I pulled out my Spanish and Biology books, more because they were the two subjects i was doing the worst in than out of any real desire to study them, and wandered the halls until Mr. Whethers took pity on me and asked if i wanted to study in his classroom.
  • This kind of statement from a member of the Kurdish national movement is not the first but it is, for sure, the most clearly expressed, at least to my knowledge. The ambitions of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party) leaders who toy with the idea of a Turkey that is a main regional power capable of bringing order to its troubled region is well known. i have already discussed in this column the economic prerequisites of this ambition. i do not want to come back to them. i can simply reiterate that a fairly high and sustainable growth not based largely on exports but also on productivity and innovation that is capable of at least controlling the unemployment level is necessary but not enough. The Kurdish problem must absolutely be solved not only for political reasons but also for economic purposes if Turkey wishes to become a real regional power capable of reshaping the Middle East. Indeed, the Kurdish problem constitutes a fetter for Turkey, threatening its political as well as economic stability.
  • "Days in summer, Basil, are apt to linger," murmured Lord Henry. "Perhaps you will tire sooner than he will. It is a sad thing to think of, but there is no doubt that genius lasts longer than beauty. That accounts for the fact that we all take such pains to over-educate ourselves. In the wild struggle for existence, we want to have something that endures, and so we fill our minds with rubbish and facts, in the silly hope of keeping our place. The thoroughly well-informed man ­­ that is the modern ideal. And the mind of the thoroughly well-informed man is a dreadful thing. It is like a bric-a-brac shop, all monsters and dust, with everything priced above its proper value. i think you will tire first, all the same. Some day you will look at your friend, and he will seem to you to be a little out of drawing, or you won't like his tone of colour, or something. You will bitterly re-
  • The painter stared at him. "My dear boy, what nonsense!" he cried. "Do you mean to say you don't like what i did of you? Where is it? Why have you pulled the screen in front of it? Let me look at it. It is the best thing i have ever done. Do take the screen away, Dorian. It is simply disgraceful of your servant hiding my work like that. i felt the room looked different as i came in."
  • I had just enough time to notice he seemed relieved i wasn't trying to get in his way, and then Spanish was finishing up and i was headed to the tutoring lab. Most Friday afternoon sessions were pretty sparsely attended. Today was no different, which was a good thing since i probably wouldn't have done a very good job of explaining anything.
  • I almost wished i shared the class with Britney, her dad seemed like the type to get six kinds of riled up over something like that. He'd probably go straight to the school board and demand a new Spanish teacher altogether.
  • A Mule, frolicsome from lack of work and from too much corn, galloped about in a very extravagant manner, and said to himself: "My father surely was a high-mettled racer, and i am his own child in speed and spirit." On the next day, being driven a long journey, and feeling very wearied, he exclaimed in a disconsolate tone: "I must have made a mistake; my father, after all, could have been only an ass."
  • My pulse racing, i refused to look at the signature again. i now knew what it was, but if i ignored it maybe i could ignore the ramifications of everything I'd just learned. The room was swimming as my battered psyche finally took one blow too many, but i fought the attack with everything i had left. i couldn't afford to be found here collapsed on the floor. i had to get away before he realized i was awake.
  • He took not a moment for sleep; every instant of that night was marked by a joy for him. He traversed the line of the principal outposts, halting here and there to talk to the sentinels. At half-past two, near the wood of Hougomont, he heard the tread of a column on the march; he thought at the moment that it was a retreat on the part of Wellington. He said: "It is the rear-guard of the English getting under way for the purpose of decamping. i will take prisoners the six thousand English who have just arrived at Ostend." He conversed expansively; he regained the animation which he had shown at his landing on the first of March, when he pointed out to the Grand-Marshal the enthusiastic peasant of the Gulf Juan, and cried, "Well, Bertrand, here is a reinforcement already!" On the night of the 17th to the 18th of June he rallied Wellington. "That little Englishman needs a lesson," said Napoleon. The rain redoubled in violence; the thunder rolled while the Emperor was speaking.
  • Amos Mard was a young fellow, barely thirty. Or so i thought. We talked for a bit, with me being careful not to say anything that might carry to the enemy camp, until finally he said:
  • I listen and consider what he says. Its true that Im working toward a goal, but that doesnt mean our lives are on hold. i want us to work toward our ultimate happiness and fulfillment, but i also want us to be happy now. We need to enjoy ourselves along the way.
  • "'Well, really,' said the Miller, 'I think that, considering that i am going to give you my wheelbarrow, it is rather unfriendly of you to refuse.'
  • "It has been a case of considerable interest," he remarked, returning to his natural manner. "I fancy that this grey house on the right must be the lodge. i think that i will go in and have a word with Moran, and perhaps write a little note. Having done that, we may drive back to our luncheon. You may walk to the cab, and i shall be with you presently."
  • Two Mules well-laden with packs were trudging along. One carried panniers filled with money, the other sacks weighted with grain. The Mule carrying the treasure walked with head erect, as if conscious of the value of his burden, and tossed up and down the clear-toned bells fastened to his neck. His companion followed with quiet and easy step. All of a sudden Robbers rushed upon them from their hiding-places, and in the scuffle with their owners, wounded with a sword the Mule carrying the treasure, which they greedily seized while taking no notice of the grain. The Mule which had been robbed and wounded bewailed his misfortunes. The other replied, "I am indeed glad that i was thought so little of, for i have lost nothing, nor am i hurt with any wound."
  • "I didn't understand him at the time," Lapid told his own cheering supporters Wednesday. "I thought that he could rejoice a little before starting to deal with the weight of the responsibility that fell upon him," said the former talk show host. "But i understand him tonight."
  • "My dear Gladys, i would not alter either name for the world. They are both perfect. i was thinking chiefly of flowers. Yesterday i cut an orchid, for my button-hole. It was a marvellous spotted thing, as effective as the seven deadly sins. In a thoughtless moment i asked one of the gardeners what it was called. He told me it was a fine specimen of Robinsoniana, or something dreadful of that kind. It is a sad truth, but we have lost the faculty of giving lovely names to things. Names are everything. i never quarrel with actions. My one quarrel is with words. That is the reason i hate vulgar realism in literature. The man who could call a spade a spade should be compelled to use one. It is the only thing he is fit for."
  • "Madame Magloire, i have for a long time detained that silver wrongfully. It belonged to the poor. Who was that man? A poor man, evidently."
  • "A Negro," chimed in Nicholas with a smile of delight. "Of course i remember. Even now i don't know whether there really was a Negro, or if we only dreamed it or were told about him."
  • I was bleeding in a dozen places now, but the rage insulated me from pain and weakness. Both sides of my nature were united in hating Vincent. If i ever did manage to kill him, my questionable humanity wouldn't grieve. The world would be better for his absence.
  • As we approached the scene of the crime i could see that my friend under all his habitual coolness was in truth deeply agitated.
  • "Dodd-Frank is a big legacy of Tim Geithners, which i think will look worse and worse as time goes on," said Alex Pollock, a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, a research group that promotes free enterprise, and a former president of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago. Dodd-Frank is marred by "Byzantine complexity" and "faith in bureaucracy," he said.
  • Hushed are the winds and still the evening gloom, Not e'en a Zephyr wanders through the grove, Whilst i return to view my Margaret's tomb And scatter flowers on the dust i love.
  • "If you, sir, choose to make a buffoon of yourself," he said sharply, with a slight trembling of the lower jaw, "I can't prevent your doing so; but i warn you that if you dare to play the fool in my presence, i will teach you to behave yourself."
  • That was all for that time. The next call came at nine and i was getting worried for fear it wouldn't. It was Lester, again, and he said: "Wendel wants to talk to you. Can you meet him here?"
  • An oath broke from his lips. "I don't care for myself," he exclaimed, "but don't let Sibyl.... It is a gentleman, isn't it, who is in love with her, or says he is? Highly connected, too, i suppose."
  • And saying: So, be silent! My duty is so important and the order so perfect that i have no time to answer garbelled rubbish such as yours, it repelled him.
  • More unstable moves lead up to the hollow flake around which i could finally place the crucial protection- a 60cm sling.
  • I felt my skin flush with embarrassment. It was fairly gentle teasing as teasing went, but it was still teasing. i hated how my skin looked when i was blushing which meant i blushed more than any two other people. Not only that, i couldn't ever come up with anything good to say when someone teased me.
  • For a second i couldn't seem to breathe. It seemed so utterly impossible. Maybe it could've been a painting of Cindi, but not one of me. i couldn't possibly be the gorgeous figure he'd brought to life on his canvas.
  • "Ah, my dear," cried Lady Narborough, putting on her gloves, "don't tell me that you have exhausted life. When a man says that one knows that life has exhausted him. Lord Henry is very wicked, and i sometimes wish that i had been; but you are made to be good-- you look so good. i must find you a nice wife. Lord Henry, don't you think that Mr. Gray should get married?"
  • Kewpie said hurriedly: "You'd better wait for him, kid," and i told Lester the same. We got outside and Kewpie said:
  • We had a weenie roast in front of his mansion, and i got to be the weenie roast in front of his mansion, and i got to be the weenie governor.
  • "What am i to say to him?" thought Prince Andrew, looking down on the old man's bald head shining in the sun and seeing by the expression on his face that the old man himself understood how untimely such questions were and only asked them to allay his grief.
  • Dolokhov looked at Pierre with clear, mirthful, cruel eyes, and that smile of his which seemed to say, "Ah! This is what i like!"
  • "She must be a wonderful woman. A real angel!" he said to himself. "Why am i not free? Why was i in such a hurry with Sonya?" And he involuntarily compared the two: the lack of spirituality in the one and the abundance of it in the other--a spirituality he himself lacked and therefore valued most highly. He tried to picture what would happen were he free. How he would propose to her and how she would become his wife. But no, he could not imagine that. He felt awed, and no clear picture presented itself to his mind. He had long ago pictured to himself a future with Sonya, and that was all clear and simple just because it had all been thought out and he knew all there was in Sonya, but it was impossible to picture a future with Princess Mary, because he did not understand her but simply loved her.
  • MacIntosh took a long drag at his cigarette and burst forth. "You've backed up my theory, Connell. You admit Wendel loves his wife. Now i say he had an affair with this maid and his wife found it out. That's why she's out here divorcing him. So he had this girl killed to keep her quiet; so his wife couldn't divorce him."
  • "No," answered his mother with a placid expression in her face. "He has not yet revealed his real name. i think it is quite romantic of him. He is probably a member of the aristocracy."
  • "By this time the whole house was astir, for i had raised my voice in my anger. Mary was the first to rush into my room, and, at the sight of the coronet and of Arthur's face, she read the whole story and, with a scream, fell down senseless on the ground. i sent the house-maid for the police and put the investigation into their hands at once. When the inspector and a constable entered the house, Arthur, who had stood sullenly with his arms folded, asked me whether it was my intention to charge him with theft. i answered that it had ceased to be a private matter, but had become a public one, since the ruined coronet was national property. i was determined that the law should have its way in everything.
  • "I thought i was going to follow in my mother's footsteps," she said. "Now it's harder. i find that disheartening."
  • Instead, i let others suffer the full moral contagion, and make sure the only dirt on my hands is the physical sort.
  • "I dont know," i tell her, "but Im about ready to just throw my hands up and walk away. Im tired of it."
  • His smile was surprisingly bashful. "I don't think you can go that far, but i try to anticipate most eventualities." The smile disappeared, and his face seemed to put on additional years. "For most of my life, there's been quite a bit riding on my ability to do so."
  • The washed-out landscape seemed to mock me as i realized just how alone i was. Rachel didn't like me anymore, she'd never forgive me. I'd managed to alienate everyone from Alec's group, and now Brandon had tossed me aside like so much trash.
  • The elder man laughed. "The only horrible thing in the world is ennui, Dorian. That is the one sin for which there is no forgiveness. But we are not likely to suffer from it unless these fellows keep chattering about this thing at dinner. i must tell them that the subject is to be tabooed. As for omens, there is no such thing as an omen. Destiny does not send us heralds. She is too wise or too cruel for that. Besides, what on earth could happen to you, Dorian? You have everything in the world that a man can want. There is no one who would not be delighted to change places with you."
  • I am leaving you personally in charge of the situation here. Maintain internet surveillance. i want the Alesian power point sealed and guarded, until the moment of danger is safely passed
  • So the EPA has stopped testing your air, it should be, because if Building Four collapses, as i said, you will be in serious straits.The EPA is not testing the fish.The fish caught off the West Coast of America should routinely be tested because the currents are now bringing the radiation over to you.It
  • I placed a hand on his lips before he could ramp back up to another diatribe. "None of that matters. All i want is to be with you, and if we're as likely to all die as you seem to think we are, then the state of my mind after you're gone is hardly something worth wasting worry on. i accept your invitation. As much as i hate the very thought of going to any formal dance, i can think of nothing better than going with you."
  • "That's all the same," continued Dmitrievna. "If they hear of this, will they let it pass? He, your father, i know him... if he challenges him to a duel will that be all right? Eh?"
  • Whether i use soluble clear gutta or wax as the resist i always strive to hide the outlines in the finished picture.
  • "No, not on any account! i will tell him myself, and you'll listen at the door," and Natasha ran across the drawing room to the dancing hall, where Denisov was sitting on the same chair by the clavichord with his face in his hands.
  • A Walnut-Tree standing by the roadside bore an abundant crop of fruit. For the sake of the nuts, the passers-by broke its branches with stones and sticks. The Walnut-Tree piteously exclaimed, "O wretched me! that those whom i cheer with my fruit should repay me with these painful requitals!"
  • I WENT out that night and met Lester and his blonde mama, then went over and took the Spanish looking girl for a ride. i didn't think she was mixed up with Rucci and it was so damned monotonous sitting in the room that i thought I'd go crazy. i told her: "Do me a favor, hon, and don't say anything about seeing me."
  • Kayla takes a seat next to her partner and opens a folder. i recognize my rsum, with the blue spiral next to my name in the header. She scans it and asks me a few general questions. Then she nods, closes the folder, and leans back in her chair. "So, Melanie," she says, "tell us why you think youd be perfect for this position."
  • She turned around then. "She's back in Sacramento with another dope-head. Still working. She's twenty-four now. Today. i ... i can't do anything about it; if she hasn't got that man she'll have one as bad. i ... i ..."
  • For a second it felt as though my heart had stopped beating. I'd never done worse than a 'B' on any assignment or test since I'd finished up Kindergarten. i couldn't take this home and show my mom. Head in the clouds half of the time or not, she'd still freak out. Heck, i was already freaking out enough for the both of us. This was going on my high school transcript. The one colleges would be looking at. The one that might have gotten me a scholarship. Only now I'd be lucky to pull a 'C' out of the class.
  • "As a rule," said Holmes, "the more bizarre a thing is the less mysterious it proves to be. It is your commonplace, featureless crimes which are really puzzling, just as a commonplace face is the most difficult to identify. But i must be prompt over this matter."
  • Brandon flipped open the passenger door and motioned for me to get in. i started around the vehicle, stumbling and nearly falling before i finally made it to my destination. Brandon waited for me to get my seatbelt on and then gunned the engine, flipping around 180 degrees in a maneuver I'd never seen anyone perform outside of the movies.
  • "The infinite is. He is there. If the infinite had no person, person would be without limit; it would not be infinite; in other words, it would not exist. There is, then, an I. That i of the infinite is God."
  • On Friday nights, when Scotts at work, Morgen and i splurge and drive out to see Mrs. McKinley. We pack up a nice plate of left-overs and Morgen carries it on her lap the whole way.
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