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i. hayat, ömür, canlılık;
can, canlı şey;
yaşama tarzı;
zevk, sefa, cümbüş;
dayanma müddeti;
biyografi;
hayat merkezi, hayat noktası;
ilah. ebedi hayat, ruhani hayat.

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  • Unrelenting assault on how you can bring meaning to your life everyday.
  • "Okay, calm down. We can fix this together, but I need more facts than just a 'very bad guy’. You make him sound like the son of Satan. Im sure hes not that bad. Ive spent my life conning and running scamsin case youve forgotten. Ive met loads of bad men and I can typically, handle myself in any given situation. I certainly feel like I can handle just finding her high school friends, letting you channel an obliteration to ask them a few questions and then going back to the airport."
  • In the midst band management myspace com site of life we are in long island... .
  • Mozambique is endowed with rich and extensive natural resources. The country's economy is based largely on agriculture, but with industry, mainly food and beverages, chemical manufacturing, aluminium and petroleum production, is growing fast. The country's tourism sector is also growing. South Africa is Mozambique's main trading partner and source of foreign direct investment. Portugal, Spain and Belgium are also among the country's most important partners. Since 2001, Mozambique's annual average GDP growth has been among the world's top ten. It still has, however, one of the lowest GDP per capita, one of the worst human development index and inequality ratings and one of the world's worst average life expectancies.
  • Bring the room to life with 64 amazing self adhesive and removeable vinyl stickers.
  • "It took six months to get pay raises at Atascadero and the other hospitals," Bien said in a telephone interview. "In the interim, lives were lost."
  • And the two friends told each other of their doings, the one of his hussar revels and life in the fighting line, the other of the pleasures and advantages of service under members of the Imperial family.
  • The dark power that emanated from the Underworld in a foetid exhalation had killed all life for leagues around, and only petrified forests stood sentinel on the barren plains. Any human who had ever dared to set foot in the cavern had been torn apart and devoured. The dark creatures ventured out only at night to hunt, preying on the animals that dwelt beyond the dark power's influence. No human lived within a hundred leagues of the cave, for to do so was certain death.
  • But those glances expressed something more: they said that she had played her part in life, that what they now saw was not her whole self, that we must all become like her, and that they were glad to yield to her, to restrain themselves for this once precious being formerly as full of life as themselves, but now so much to be pitied. "Memento mori," said these glances.
  • The boy had named the outcome Caio wanted most: a retreat with no further casualties. The young Pawelon could be the last to die in the war, even though he now lived. The miracle of life given back to him could be such a worthy, symbolic act if his resurrection were to be the final turning point in the war. How many lives could be saved?
  • "Good citizens, I greet you with news both grand and dire," the crier said with a dramatic flourish. "In the south of Faulk has been found the likeness of god and goddess, the very symbol of the Zjhon, with a life its own. It glows from within, proof it is a divine gift from the heavens, and we rejoice!" His words were met with a muted hush, but he continued on, apparently undaunted by the lack of applause.
  • It didn't take long before I paid B Rob and his boys a visit. Don't ask me how I found their hideoutif I tell you they'll have to kill both of us! My association with the Bloods started slowly with food runs and small cash deliveries. The boys were testing me out at first to see if I was trustworthy. There were many times that I used my blazing speed to get away from the Crips chasing me to steal my stash. My initiation into the thug's life was filled with scrapes, bruises, and profitability. Within three months of joining the Bloods, I no longer had to worry about stretching mom's meal money over the whole week. B Rob gave me fifty bucks per week, which worked out to about ten dollars per delivery. The smell of money was intoxicating and kept me coming back nearly every day.
  • Only the ones that really sickened me, or touched my life personally.
  • Their romance is idyllic but the growing nazi menace is about to change their lives forever.
  • A young governess in london suspects that her employer who lives in the house next door is a killer.
  • And the sprinklings of an absolute life are apparent within an absolute lifelessness.
  • "Excellent, truly excellent. You should head off to bed. I have got to go over your life story and compare it to our notes on prodigies. Also, I will see to it that when you awaken you will have a crystal. Would you like it in an amulet as before, or in a staff? As a beginner, I would recommend the staff. It will give you something to lean on," he said.
  • "Alan, it was murder. I killed him. You don't know what he had made me suffer. Whatever my life is, he had more to do with the making or the marring of it than poor Harry has had. He may not have intended it, the result was the same."
  • The sausages lasted for days, water was not a problem. Esmerelda pushed onward, toward the north and swamps and Coven. She strayed from the river only to sleep. By sunlight, it was her constant companion. But all companions die, and when the first signs of human habitation came into view, creeping up from over a rolling hill as the end of trees and the semi-flats of sparse crops grown on hard, rocky land, Esmerelda followed Words advice and turned east. Northeners were not welcoming of strangers. She respected their sense of suspicion. She bade the river farewell, knowing that she had been luckyit was the closest term she could find, however little she believed in it: she could have been spending the rest of her eternal life beneath its serenely mirrory surface. She took one final skin-full of water; and so long, and the river was at her back.
  • The home planet seemed ready to fall apartin governance and trade and wealthand the peoples of Earth lived restless and fearful of what the future held, with civilization itself seeming to falter. Commerce with colonies had faded away to only those nearby, therefore the pirates could be sure of a ready market for goods that might extend the life of technology in faraway backwards places. Knowing this, the leader picked a world distant enough to require a long journey through the emptiness of ultraspace, and one that had gone many years without contact.
  • The life sciences group deal with biological protection and plant physiology.
  • "We're really a lot alike," she continued, leading Scott down the hallway. "You, me, and Jimwe all deal with people who are down on their luck, hurting, or in some sort of personal trouble. You have to keep the energies in your office cleaned out and balanced regularly, or you'll get burned out. Your clients' miserable lives will suck you right down with them."
  • Design a storyboard of the life of martin luther king in eight boxes.
  • Please do not think all people in ulster are such lowlifes, we try to live as normal lives as possible.
  • In which case, the raising to life of all beings with spirits at the resurrection is not more difficult for Divine Power than raising a fly to life in the spring.
  • Catch 22. Tell the General there are more Sand Jackals and watch him order men to their death in trying to capture them. Or do nothing. Wait, wait until he knew enough to ensure his actions would save lives, not condemn them.
  • "Don't you understand? Somewhere on the other side of the line that splits our world, another priest is giving this same speech to a person who had shed a tear for the Alliance Army. Any life cut short is a tragedy. I do not care how or why!" she proclaimed, giving voice to feelings long suppressed.
  • "Your life? Good heavens! what a life that is! You have gone from corruption to corruption, and now you have culminated in crime. In doing what I am going to do--what you force me to do-- it is not of your life that I am thinking."
  • "Well…" Seth was thoughtful for a moment. "I look at it as if Im getting my life back. La Push is my home, and its not Jacobs problem, its everyones problem. The same thing is going to happen to you and me, at some point. I miss Mom, and I miss the pack. I miss running through our forest and along our beaches. Home is where we belong, Leah."
  • Drew bounded off as a pit bull and then a huge fight ensued on the front lawn of the Brewster's house. Drew changed into a ram and speared Daniel, while Hartwell let Emily end one of his lives to save his then-mortal son.
  • Born in the black country and of mixed south asian and welsh parentage, khan now lives in london.
  • "I was forced to run away and go into hiding. As much as my differences had seemed a curse before, they began to show their blessing side when I was faced with life in the forest for months at a time. This nose may not win me any friends, but it can sniff out a rabbit half a forest away, that is for sure. It was years before I set foot in a town again--at least, during the day. I had managed to sneak into farmhouses and such to steal an easy meal on occasion, but I never let anyone see me.
  • "Nope, still raining," he replied curtly. "Go back to sleep Pace." A light snoring sound began emanating from the bed almost immediately, and Aiden shook his head in envy, wishing he too could shrug off the stresses of life and fall asleep at will.
  • "Samantha, you get your cute butt out of that robe right this instant," stomped Cammie with an air of authority. "I heard that Moses talked to you during lunch. How could you ignore such a development? You need to strike while the iron is hot!" Cammie ran to Sam's side and started tugging on her robe. Sam gripped it like it was a life preserver.
  • He has an illegitimate child by the second wife who lives in germany.
  • Finnegaff extended his arm in Mia's direction. "This be Miagaff, Carrier of the Book of life and friend to the Centaur!"
  • "Louis XVI was executed because they said he was dishonorable and a criminal," came into Pierre's head, "and from their point of view they were right, as were those too who canonized him and died a martyr's death for his sake. Then Robespierre was beheaded for being a despot. Who is right and who is wrong? No one! But if you are alive- live: tomorrow you'll die as I might have died an hour ago. And is it worth tormenting oneself, when one has only a moment of life in comparison with eternity?"
  • Alec stood motionless for a pair of seconds, and then seemed to explode and melt back into himself. I blinked, and his human body had been replaced with the hybrid form that'd saved my life once before.
  • And they avoided Forbes. There were several reasons for such, one was the lack of money, another was time. Taf's major reason was the lack of good fresh meat, Jorden's was simply that it kept a little distance between himself and Taf. In a town she would be close, a little too close, and Jorden still was not sure about how he felt about that. It was true that there were the lofts of deserted barns and stables along the road, yet they were few and seldom used. All for the same reason. Jorden's life had taken a definite turn for the worst since Taf changed.
  • "Mugwort," Ember replied. She was especially proud of her knowledge of the plant life in the forest. She had studied with an old botanist, one of their own kind, for years, a sixty-four year old named Elwin who'd been blessed with a photographic memory to go along with his years in academia researching nature. It was thanks to him, and him alone, that the Canopus dwellers did not have to go around making up new names for everything in their world. They had no books, and no hope of ever having any. Their collective memories would have to suffice.
  • Lance came from a small town near the South Dakota border. In high school, he was all-state in football and wrestling. But, it wasn't easy being the gay guy in a small Midwestern town. life was tough. While Lance wasn't the kind of guy that got picked on, there wasn't much in the way of a social life. What few friends he had weren't very interested in being seen publicly with him. His parents more or less tolerated him. As a result of all this, he tended to be very loyal to his small circle of friends and developed a very scrupulous attention to detail.
  • Nature, in all its majesty and glory, was beginning to be revealed to Catrin through senses she had not been aware of before. For the first time, she saw the ecosystem as a unit and saw how each part of the system contributed to the whole; without any one component, life could fail. Predators could not exist without prey, and herbivores would die without plants, and plants would shrivel without materials provided by the death and defecation of animals. When she considered how many factors had to be in place for life to endure, she was amazed it existed at all, and yet it flourished, even in the harshest of environments--simply astounding.
  • Another dreamless night had passed, and I wasnt quite sure what that meant. Did the Sight fade when the one who gave it to you passed? It worried me. Andrew had stayed with me again, and he was a complete gentleman. It was amazing how much my life had changed within a few days. The fleeting thought of going back to work in the Fishbowl was kind of surrealwould I ever go back to the life I once knew?
  • `No blooming fear of that, my boy. I'm going to have my fling first and see a bit of life and the world before I put my head in the sack - if I ever do.'
  • Concurrence of historical events and individual lives convinced them that by changing themselves they could change the planet.
  • Jorden was thinking of home; thinking of leaving the Domain forever. Taf was a cat, he reminded himself, a huge toothy thing with razor claws... But she wasn't. Aestri Finesilver was actually a very attractive woman, albeit one that looked quite young, that was slowly crawling up the bed toward him. She was also a woman who had indeed saved the life of Jorden Miles on numerous occasions, putting herself in peril that most friends would have avoided. She had already come very near to dying for him.
  • Aiden laughed aloud and slowly rose to his feet. With the light of day providing some illumination in the small cave, he was able to see that there was a large pool of water a little further in. It was probably only a few yards deep, but the plant life growing around it suggested it was at least fresh.
  • "I say you should always try and get perspective on your life by viewing it as another person would," said Ambrosius. "If you could leave your body and talk to yourself, what would you say to do?"
  • Barabas laughed from his belly. His laughter was pure and joyous, its deep chorus akin to the sound of stones being poured into a bucket. "So you've chosen forgetfulness in this life. Your spirit knows all there is to know about this world, but the mystery can be fun. Yes?" Barabas said, confusing Catrin even further. "Even if you've chosen to forget, I suppose there is no harm in telling a bit. Your spirit has been here before, and it shall come again. You are a heart of the land because you have lived as every form of life on this blessed planet. You've basked in the sun as a blade of grass, soared in flight as a swallow, and swum the seas. You know the pain of childbirth and death, and you know the joys of rebirth. You and I, we've traveled far and wide together, and I must admit, I'm surprised you do not at least recognize me. I take no offense, mind you. I'm just surprised. There are others like you, but normally only a few are here, in this world, at one time. My kind have been called the souls of the land, and your kind have been called the hearts of the land."
  • Despite similarities and differences, despite differences in the political situation and structure, despite the differences in attitude, we are from the Mediterranean. The crisis in Lebanon may be more painful for its citizens and the solution might not happen in the near future, unlike Turkey. But at the end of the day, we are hostages of our history, our dominant political culture and our politicians who love power games. But then again, here is the Mediterranean, and its people are powerful enough to establish civilizations and they definitely deserve a better life than they were given.
  • The mere mention of the destruction of the sphere extracted an animated response from Lief. His own mind raced over the legends of elflore and how Shayed herself gave her very life to prevent the wizards from doing what she now suggested. "Are you sure?" Lief questioned with eyes nearly bulging. "I mean not to question you, but... the Wizard War? Was it not fought to prevent that very thing? What of the elves? Will they be safe if the tainted magic is freed?"
  • Do some good thinking about youth work before life gets frenetic again.
  • "Hmm, madly trusting of you, unhappy with his dull life but can't imagine an escape by himself. Perhaps desperate is a better designation than mad."
  • Disabled paychecks stop airline frequent flier american health life insurance company premiums have risen miles per hour.
  • This was the story of Sals life. He was always going 100 miles per hour in a 55 miles per-hour zone. While this helter-skelter attitude got him in trouble most of his life, it definitely served him well in the fast-paced inner workings of the kitchen. Sal finally felt in place when he went to work for Organic Nation. That was why he literally cracked in half when he lost his job. Any balance he had achieved instantly shifted to chaos, and he quickly lost everything before heading to jail. Sals life now was completely balanced through a healthy dose of being a chef and then running around in the dead of night with fast women with absolutely no inclination toward commitment.
  • "We have a lot to worry about, for there're only two of our friends left." Eibhlin told, scared and fearful. "In addition, the odds are greater now for they are not together. They don't know where the other one is. But through your father's coming sacrifice of his life and love for his son, Colin will run into Tom, but truly, that's all I've seen in my spellbound dreams."
  • This volume explores the animal and plant life of scottish seashores.
  • Nal glowed brighter and moved back to address the gathering, "We all understand now the true essence of life and how meaningless many things taught to us were. Its just a pity that we havent figured out a way to take some of this knowledge with us when we are sent back. So many problems would be solved."
  • Trees for life is an award winning scottish charity working to restore the caledonian forest.
  • They were truly good little bees and were no bother for Rose to look after. In fact she just adored them and helped greatly with the gradual process for them to learn about life itself.
  • Pierre listened with swelling heart, gazing into the Mason's face with shining eyes, not interrupting or questioning him, but believing with his whole soul what the stranger said. Whether he accepted the wise reasoning contained in the Mason's words, or believed as a child believes, in the speaker's tone of conviction and earnestness, or the tremor of the speaker's voice--which sometimes almost broke--or those brilliant aged eyes grown old in this conviction, or the calm firmness and certainty of his vocation, which radiated from his whole being (and which struck Pierre especially by contrast with his own dejection and hopelessness)--at any rate, Pierre longed with his whole soul to believe and he did believe, and felt a joyful sense of comfort, regeneration, and return to life.
  • Daniel was watching the reunion from the next room and started to feel for the first time in his life - or death - that the family was finally coming together.
  • But the apocalyptic events turned Uramatsu's world upside down, and everything fell out of it. His life was purposeless and rudderless. All he could do is to sit all day in front of the Buddha and pray and look for a sign.
  • The fourth book in the Becky Miller DW series. Just as Lynne is about to relax on the couch with a cup of tea the door bell rings and a familiar man stands on the door step. He looks broken and asks for her help which she cannot refuse. But will life stay normal just as Lynne and her new house mate so heartily desire or will the past come back to haunt them after all?
  • With a look to Bb, Shylock simply suggested that it was time to be going then. Time to get back to Wilderment and settle down to a new life.
  • Pimentel, who lives in Newport Beach, had been a teacher with the district since 1974, police said. He was taken into custody shortly after noon Wednesday and was being held on $12-million bail. He is expected to appear in court Thursday.
  • Daughter-in-law lonely life ahead for her daughters-in-law in a foreign country, she entreated them to remain behind in moab.
  • Yes, Reiskin and Tallvas were major influences on him, but he had never fought alongside either. And there were certain bonds that could only be built on a battlefield. A camaraderie that derives from placing a life in someone else's hands, and asking them to do the same. Grahamas had done that with many, but Ristalln had been the most reliable, and the longest running.
  • Gawain goes back to the meeting tent in a daze. It is not every day that a cornerstone of your beliefs is forever shattered, replaced with something so wholly opposite you can do not but wonder what else in life is not what it appears. If anything is what it claims at all, for that matter.
  • Barbara, or "Barbie" as her friends called her, was so trained to all of the running in her life that most men only lasted a short time with her and were thrust off the bucking bronco. She was as unsettled as a drunk walking to an AA meeting and passing a bar along the way. There had been a stable of guys, mostly football players and juice-heads that wound up playing tonsil hockey with Barbara in high school and college. Most of these guys got to second base and were running so fast that there was no stopping them going to third base, but there wasnt a single guy that was able to go the distance and round the bases. They all claimed to their friends that they "went deep," but all the lot of them displayed was "warning track power."
  • Globalization process results in a certain degree of impact on the way of life of rural people.
  • "Another thought occurs to me. Perhaps while in India you could try to find a clue to what this recurring nightmare you have been having all your life means, if it means anything - a tiger pacing around a headless goddess."
  • Connor simply looked at Mathew, which shut him up instantly. "Dont interrupt me when I speak to a lady." He looked back down to her and he continued speaking calmly. "Im sorry about that. Some people are just innately rude and inconsiderate." He removed his hand and looked around the class as he softly said "Do not ask me about her because I will not explain. My love life is none of your concern." Caliegh turned away blushing from being turned down.
  • Of course I don't talk about anything. I tell her stories about life on the street, but I don't tell her how it really is. She asks how I ended up on the street and I either say, it's not a nice story, or I say it was the booze. Now she's stopped asking. Some part of me wishes she hadn't, that I'd said something. But what the can I say. When she asks about my family, I tell her they are dead, which is a lie, in one way at least. But with the Atlantic between us, I'm pretty sure she's not going to run into them. I feel bad about it but once you admit to family then the story gets more complicated. I don't mention Danny.
  • Summer kissed Dan as if to offer proof of her statement, a long lingering testament to what he wanted, even if it was fraught with complications. But did life need to be so problematic? Baseball was an easy game on first glance; hit the ball, advance the runner, land on home plate, score the run. But deeper layers existed to which scholars of the sport would attest. Parenthood was the same; how many books were published as to the best techniques and styles, yet it was as plain as getting a little girl to pee and brush her teeth before she hit the hay. A man to reassure his place, nothing tricky about that. Seven months ago it had been Jody Sims. That night, it was Dan Bailey.
  • He had been living there since childhood and we had a long natter about life in general and existence in the hebrides.
  • During the winter season the mill has been completely rewired making life easier for our miller.
  • While Blahterk tried to free himself from his overzealous follower, the remaining goblins continued their struggle. It looked more like headless chickens running around than an organized attempt to defend the village. Especially that some of the goblins ended up headless. The rest of them died in other spectacular or comical ways. Finally there were no more warriors. Only then the protective goblin let go of his chieftain and ran towards Arthaxiom with a blood-curdling scream. Unfortunately, he tripped over his own legs and fell down. The paladin ended the goblin's life with a powerful kick. Blahterk just sighed.
  • A new life that is awash with the improved self-confidence that can come from having a bigger penis!
  • The perception of teaching life in leafy suburbia will often provide an attractive alternative.
  • Each had their own agendas to fulfill and their own homecomings to celebrate. However, one month after that fated day, they gathered again on the Laruzian plans. It was here that Grahamas first began his life as Champion, and it would be here that he began his new life with Elryia.
  • Rhimaldez roared with laughter, "Kill you?! Ha! Kill someone who went to such an obvious expense to spare my life the first time we fought? Humorous, True. I'm not going to kill you, nor do I want to." Graham's emotions ran high now, his task becoming much easier. "However, I am a warrior and I seek vengeance like any other. You rendered me unconscious last we met." Massive, white hands clenched into equally large, white fists, "I think leaving you the same way is suitable." Graham felt his emotions sink again.
  • At the absolute zenith of the importance of art to the cultural and public life of the country he was its leading representative.
  • "Alastor, if there is a single piece of advice I can give you, it is this: Release whatever guilt you are carrying. Wallowing in that darkness will do nothing to change the past. Whatever you have done to others, whatever others may have done... in the end it all serves to make you stronger, not weaker. Guilt will do nothing but cause your resolve to atrophy and your heart to decay. Even here, you are still a man, flesh and bone... figuratively speaking. You cannot see what each event of your life is leading up to. Letting yourself take the blame for every evil in your life will keep you from seeing the intended good. All things can be worked for good, which makes guilt one of the only true evils. Remember that, Knight."
  • Whereas, among the principles of the line of philosophy concerning social life is that of conflict, which springs from the misuse of their inborn dispositions by a number of tyrants, brutish men, and savage beasts.
  • I couldn't breathe, and I couldn't fight my way back to the surface. My shoulder screamed in protest as I tried feebly to swim upwards, even as my lungs burned at being so long without air. I hung there, suspended between life and death, the white of my sweater the only light in the darkness of the water.
  • It was a man. He was big and tall, and even starved out as he was, they could barely lift him. He must have been a giant in life.
  • ""Genghis Khan has an entire division ready to assault Paris. Why do you think I'm recruiting another thousand English flyers? We're risking our lives without pay."
  • A limitless view of life passed before his eyes and took his breath away. He could destroy and create anything and everything. The insight faded and he found himself gasping for breath on the grassy field.
  • Rob shared so much of the joy and love in his life and used gentle humor to lift bad situations.
  • "Its time you settled down, kid" and "There comes a time in every mans life when you have to tighten the belt and make a commitment," were just a few of the gems thrown my way.
  • With this calming thought in his mind, Jace climbed into his bed and settled down with a deep exhale. He tried to ignore the sweet flowery scent of her hair that lingered on his pillow. It was intoxicating and strangely calming to his senses. His mind returned to a calmer place in his life where he painted among the vast green hills of Italy during the Renaissance with Signore Da Vinci. A time he wished to return. Closing his eyes, he was thankful of the relaxing thoughts that led him to his peaceful rest.
  • Louis spoke on in the silence that followed his angry look. "It is also true that we cannot expect another easy victory the next time we meet the Egyptians - though I would prefer to call the capture of Damietta a miracle and thank God that so few lives were lost, rather than say it was an accident."
  • She sighed, hearing more from Alicias tone than sexual fulfillment. Those words werent exchanged, not where they were. But joy dripped from Alicias speech, as did a small waft of booze, wine Rose thought. Just after twelve noon Alicia had been drinking. Rose wasnt surprised, only sorry for this woman, sorry her cousins life was wound in addiction and a total jerk.
  • The exonym Armenia is attested in the Old Persian Behistun inscription (515 BC) as Armina ( ). Ancient Greek Armenia, ??µ???? ??µ????? "Armenians" is first mentioned by Hecataeus of Miletus (476 BC). Xenophon, a Greek general serving in some of the Persian expeditions, describes many aspects of Armenian village life and hospitality. He relates that the people spoke a language that to his ear sounded like the language of the Persians. According to the histories of both Moses of Chorene and Michael Chamchian, Armenia derives from the name of Aram, a lineal descendent of Hayk.
  • "What concern is it of a Hamlet Persons what takes place in the life of a Person from Abroad or one of any other land, for that purpose? How is it that Hamlet People find such perfection in themselves and such fault in all others; that everyone should follow their alleged fearless models of flawlessness. Were such things as you suggest, perchance your land would have never been taken captive and your people enslaved by those who are supposedly of less regard than you."
  • Prince Andrew rode up to the house. Several limes in the old garden had been cut down and a piebald mare and her foal were wandering in front of the house among the rosebushes. The shutters were all closed, except at one window which was open. A little serf boy, seeing Prince Andrew, ran into the house. Alpatych, having sent his family away, was alone at Bald Hills and was sitting indoors reading the lives of the Saints. On hearing that Prince Andrew had come, he went out with his spectacles on his nose, buttoning his coat, and, hastily stepping up, without a word began weeping and kissing Prince Andrew's knee.
  • Gavin Chappell was born in northern England and lives near Liverpool. After studying English at the University of Wales, he has since worked variously as a business analyst and a college lecturer. He is the author of numerous short stories, articles, poems and several books.
  • Instantly Rommus had pulled the sword and had the sharp blade at Oderion's throat. He could see the coarse gray hairs of his beard reflecting in the polished gold blade. "I did not ask for this, Oderion. I do not want to be a god, especially if eternal indifference is a requirement. I am nothing like you, nor will I ever be. I am not afraid to go to the void, for my life has already been a void itself. I now fear nothing, but I see fear in your eyes Oderion. You don't know if this sword can harm you. You don't know if I am a god with human traits or a human with the traits of a god. You have no idea if the new god of war is bound by the same laws that bind you. Shall I test my theory, oh great king of indifference?"
  • The female will produce 5-10 oothecae ( egg cases ) in her life time.
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