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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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  • Meanwhile, Sarah was trying to absorb as much as she could about the local plant life. How many opportunities would she get to check out what life was like on another world? Small, impossibly vivid purple flowers splashed with soft yellow streaks were the most abundant. They were growing on squat, green bushes that clumped together in groups of three or four.
  • "We few could continue attacking him, but we cannot field a larger force because our quads have become too rich to continue risking their lives when the Mongols no longer pose a threat to their neighbors. We could hurt the Khan, but not defeat him. We could take territory, but we cannot keep it. I dont want to harass the Mongols. They are not defeated. We need to defeat them.
  • Toils of life i now could undertake, no matter how this planet earth might quake.
  • A year in the life of backtrack rags to riches boss races to revive.. .
  • Prophecyay devoted the rest of his life to study of biblical prophecies.
  • He felt that the time had really come for making his choice. Or had his choice already been made? Yes, life had decided that for him--life, and his own infinite curiosity about life. Eternal youth, infinite passion, pleasures subtle and secret, wild joys and wilder sins--he was to have all these things. The portrait was to bear the burden of his shame: that was all. ??? A feeling of pain crept over him as he thought of the desecration that was in store for the fair face on the canvas. Once, in boyish mockery of Narcissus, he had kissed, or feigned to kiss, those painted lips that now smiled so cruelly at him. Morning after morning he had sat before the portrait wondering at its beauty, almost enamoured of it, as it seemed to him at times. Was it to alter now with every mood to which he yielded? Was it to become a monstrous and loathsome thing, to be hidden away in a locked room, to be shut out from the sunlight that had so often touched to brighter gold the waving wonder of its hair? The pity of it! the pity of it!
  • In particular it discusses the changing materiality of life at the site over its 1100 years of occupation.
  • Alec was more than capable of sending me away, and then never letting me know he'd survived. There was a constant war inside him over what to do with me and I couldn't afford to give up my one advantage. He seemed less able to contemplate cutting me out of his life when I was around. I planned on playing that card for all it was worth. I was staying and that was it.
  • "Vestiges," he muttered, wondering why certain memories could be retained after all of these years, recollections of childhood terrors even. He remembered as a youth being attacked by horseflies on a beach somewhere during a solar eclipse, or was he combining three events into one? He couldn't be sure. Names came to mind of people he hadn't seen or even thought of in decades. This tended to happen first thing on waking up, as if in his dreams he'd been reliving his old life. He could even smell the fresh bread from the bakery he walked past on his way to school in the first grade. Gremolino's? Something like that. When awake his old life felt distant, less clear. It was strange how sleep could be more vivid than life.
  • "I understand your hatred, master, and I shall bear it. I love you. I love Madame Diane, too, and thanks to what she taught me I think I know her mind better than you. She wants to die. For her, as for me now, life is suffering. She said to me that all the time she lived after Mont Segur was borrowed time that she must eventually pay back. Well, she has paid it back now, with usury. As for you, master, she believes the time for you to die will not be till you have traveled a long road, fulfilled a mighty destiny, and come at last to know peace. She wants you to help the King, and be reconciled with Madame Nicolette. This was her last message, which I was to give you should this terrible day ever happen. As for Madame Diane herself, she has won. She has remained steadfast. They could not break her spirit. Today is her victory.
  • Hes only had a few casual female acquaintances throughout his entire life...I wouldnt even consider them true friendships. I had relentlessly pushed/pestered him to find a girlfriend and have a real relationship. He deserves to have a normal life and I desperately want him to have one. Tray finds my gypsy matchmaking effortscomical
  • "My dear Gladys!" cried Lord Henry. "How can you say that? Romance lives by repetition, and repetition converts an appetite into an art. Besides, each time that one loves is the only time one has ever loved. Difference of object does not alter singleness of passion. It merely intensifies it. We can have in life but one great experience at best, and the secret of life is to reproduce that experience as often as possible."
  • A man, once named jimmy, lives in a tree, wrapped in old bedsheets, now calls himself snowman.
  • Careerist politicians who have never had a life outside the political arena.
  • Similarly, you cannot discuss the purpose of life with a man who denies the existence of god.
  • He shrugged again. "I don't know of any reason why you should think differently. You only know what your parents, and my mother, Aunt Jane and Aunt Anne have told you. What they believe. What can I say against that? Except your father has always been my friend, and I have tried to look out for him. Think what you will." He laughed. "I'm saving my own hide here, too. I'm no saint. But Micol, my dear wife, intends to dispose of me as soon as she has Robert's life and his power. She has no more use for me. James of Foulis is a more fitting consort, she thinks. Perhaps she's rightI never cared for her power games. I'm not ambitious enough, or strong enough to do the things she wants. Mind you, I wouldn't want to be her if you win tonight. Lord James and his friends are pretty unforgiving."
  • The female will produce 5-10 oothecae ( egg cases ) in her life time.
  • As for Tif, Diotitus held vigil for her every night. He hoped she would realize she could be productive in an eternal life. It was not until those few frantic days when both Brangot and Diotitus discovered life does not stop in the hereafter. It had been so easy to over-indulge their vices and to let themselves be content with the people they were, and be blind to the people they had become. Diotitus prayed to the original fire-and-brimstone Gods, hoping a moment of inspiration might come enabling him to rouse Tif from her state of mind. Until then, he kept watch over his friend, and discovered a purpose to his After-Life so he may never again lose himself in Oblivion.
  • Only by renouncing our claim to discern a purpose immediately intelligible to us, and admitting the ultimate purpose to be beyond our ken, may we discern the sequence of experiences in the lives of historic characters and perceive the cause of the effect they produce (incommensurable with ordinary human capabilities), and then the words chance and genius become superfluous.
  • The world in South America seemed so far removed from my old life in La Push as a member of Jacobs pack. My mind was kept busy and occupied all day long. So much so, I didnt need to block thoughts of Demetri on purpose any longer. I had finally found a comfortable place for him in my heart. Through caring about him, and his wishes, I accepted his decision. It really was okay now. I was still sad about his choice, but I no longer wished things to be different. My daily life was also too full for his memory to remain a priority. The anger in me dissipated by itself and the unintentional phasing ended without my noticing the change.
  • Samuel was listening from the hallway and even he got into the act, albeit premature for a being under 18 years of internal age to participate in a battle. Everyone knew, including Samuel, that if he was fatally wounded during a fight before he turned 18 that there would be no going back, no life that would come anew when the sun came up the next day.
  • Morion looks beyond the Knight's helmet to the eyes behind the visor and, ultimately, to the heart behind the eyes. Fearfully, the Queen tugs her necklace off and throws it down in front of Alastor. She realizes that it is her very life she has given to Alastor.
  • The man tried to shake his head and pull away, but it was too late. He stabbed him in the neck and sawed through his windpipe as he thrashed about in protest. Soon enough, the thrashing stopped. The horror of life had ended and the man's soul went to serve the great god Inshae.
  • Newsletter netfuture looks at how our lives change in a digital world.
  • As for Tif, Diotitus held vigil for her every night. He hoped she would realize she could be productive in an eternal life. It was not until those few frantic days when both Brangot and Diotitus discovered life does not stop in the hereafter. It had been so easy to over-indulge their vices and to let themselves be content with the people they were, and be blind to the people they had become. Diotitus prayed to the original fire-and-brimstone Gods, hoping a moment of inspiration might come enabling him to rouse Tif from her state of mind. Until then, he kept watch over his friend, and discovered a purpose to his After-Life so he may never again lose himself in Oblivion.
  • It is you its after. Even hearing the words with her own ears, she still couldnt believe it. The elemental-like creature was here to take her life and power just it did her sisters. Ariya knew she couldnt just leave her parents there to fight the creature.
  • The third one sought for an encounter with me, as I persuaded Korol to run for her own being. This brother-in-war of mine - with tears in his eyes - nearly took my head; and that, with ease. (He did not do so, however, for I did not contest him. It was against the customs of Hamlet warriors to engage in battle with sword versus one who was without the same.) This warrior allowed me to depart, vowing to take my life if there was ever word that Korol and I were seen as one once more.
  • She delights in her newfound powers. But perhaps she doesnt know, or refuses to understand, that those powers come from Dukkon himself. He gives a portion of his own life to grant hers more meaning. It is the ultimate romantic ideal.
  • Major Gallant said, "I have been able to put together some conclusions about mineral deposits, but there is no sign of life beyond what we have agreed is their principal civilization. No sensor aboard this vessel has come close to penetrating Argos enigma. We have soil scans, maps, everything we would normally be able to acquire from any other planet, except for an obscured shroud over their civilization. That should be our chief concern. A strategic infiltration into their society."
  • Consolation of religion, we can now rediscover the promise of eternal life in a new hi-tech form.
  • It was here that the storm claimed the lives of 23-year-old domestic servant ruth blunden, and 14-year-old schoolboy charles voice.
  • "If I must spare Dargasian lives to prevent a greater loss to my own men, then that is what I will do," Zane snapped back. "Were not barbarians, after all." He eyed her, most likely recalling that she was a worshipper of Evil; it was a fact that seemed to disturb him from time to time.
  • I thought about it for a moment.Mom was right life is a game and i have to play it.I can't stop it in the middle it would be coward to do and i'm not raised
  • As it took the first tentative steps, flashes of thought jolted its mind like lightning strikes, memories of a life once lived. The thing stopped in its tracks, clutching at its head, confused.
  • Arznaak put on a pout. "Oh, but of course, youre not in any mood for entertainment. Been feeling rather directionless, have you, overwhelmed with ennui? life seem not worth the trouble of living?"
  • She hadnt had time to process their surroundings in all of the chaos, but the ethnicity of the crowd that shed inadvertently pummeled indicated that they had made it to Little Tokyo. Francesca unceremoniously scooped up Omari and slung her over her shoulder like so many potatoes in a sack. She dashed forward for a few minutes, and Omari had no idea where Francesca was taking her, and she was beginning to not care either. Even the sounds around her felt like they were fading away like the ocean at low tide, and she knew it wouldnt be long before she lost consciousness. With no injectable glucose handy she would be screwed if she couldnt manage to stay conscious long enough to eat something. She cursed her body for failing at a time like this and putting another womans life in danger.
  • The first gold coins of the Grecian age were struck in Lydia at a time approximated to the year 700 BC. The talent coin of gold in use during the periods of Grecian history both before and during the time of the life of Homer weighed between 8.42 and 8.75 grams. From an earlier preference in using silver, European economies re-established the minting of gold as coinage during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.
  • Bafflehese uncertain times, our work and personal lives are subject to a baffling array of changes and options.
  • 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.
  • I led Hysteria out of the stall, through the dark of the stable, and into the lesser dark of the night. It was in fact, quite a good night for traveling, at least as far as light was concerned. The moon was reflected off the white snow, and though the ghostly illumination created monsters of the many gaunt and gnarled trees, they were easily negotiated through. This put me in mind of a number of similar nights, when the moon was shining upon the snow. It seems somehow unfair that I more than most find myself sneaking in or out of town on cold, dark nights. I am not one to complain about my lot in life though. Then at that moment, as if to remind me that the lot of others was worse than my own, the boy tugged at my sleeve.
  • In Short: Since life shows the impress of the Most Beautiful Names, everything that happens to life is good.
  • Disabled paychecks stop airline frequent flier american health life insurance company premiums have risen miles per hour.
  • The legendary rockers hope to sing about their gripes with life at retirement age.
  • Bucolic bliss, in reality everyone accepts that life without electricity would be grim up north.
  • Del realized that it was futile to try and chase us away. I was thinking of an insignificant moment during my last life on earth. No big deal.
  • "But it's hard for you Hyborians to learn the ways of the outlands," said Conyn. "Well, it can't be helped now, but there'll be no peace on the border so long as Zogara lives and remembers the cell she sweated in. I was following a warrior who slipped over to put a few white notches on her bow. After I split her head I fell in with this lass whose name is Balthusa and who's come from the Tauran to help hold the frontier."
  • But Ganel grew strong and healthy, and was beloved not only of his parents but of his brothers and sisters too. After him was born Hanje, who took the white of his fathers back; Vish, who took the blue; Gria, the second draheen; and Stroh, of the yellow of the Sun. And that was the full hatch of Aldragons nest, and he never in his life took any other wife, nor had issue in the nest of any other creature, nor looked upon any creature but Esia with his bodys love. And the borders of Pengartel grew ever wider as his children ripened into age and spread the word of their fathers wisdom into the surrounding forests.
  • "And I saved yours. You would have been dead if I hadn't brought you here. Those Elites are relentless. If you go where they can follow, they will follow. They would have captured you, brought you to their superiors, and made an example of you," he retorted. "You saved my life once, but by bringing you here, I have saved you a thousand times over."
  • I hate life and enjoy nothing better than picking fights with the biggest bouncer after too many pints.
  • School started and I felt completely different when I walked through the main entrance. In a matter of months my entire outlook on life had changed. While I used to be closed off to legitimate opportunities, the thought of going hard from start to finish my senior year was my entire focus.
  • The room erupted in joy and laughter as another of their young charges were obviously keeping it in the family and fortifying the circle of life strong amidst the Hartwell tribe.
  • Liver fluke has six distinct stages in its life cycle, each specialized for a different way of life.
  • Four hundred years ago: enormous poverty, low life expectancy, very few people in school, terrible ill health.
  • Sam told me about a now infamous weekend he and Mickey had at Camp Hook-Up. Mickey had cut back his schedule at the camp because of his elevated working status. This early July weekend would define their future relationship while changing Mickeys life for good.
  • There was regret for the choices he made, and distaste for his obstructed, skewered vision on life when he was here. He was proud back theneach member of Highlace was. They believed their unity was untouchable and their lifestyle unanimous. Grahamas, more so than anyone, failed to realize not everyone was accepting of freedom without power. There were still those that sought death and destruction, and use them to gather the spoils of war. There were men that despised equality, and corroded sanctity. No matter how bright they tried to make the world, they forgot that there could still be darkness.
  • Grace tossed the case down to Sam and she caught it without incident. Cindy then handed the pill over to her, "What was once dry is now wet. What was once soft is now hard. This little pill will take your sex life from a once-a-month mercy fuck to a non-stop porno flick in the time it takes you to sayBend the fuck over because Im driving!’"
  • Fikna pouted. "That is decidedly untrue, good Dalla. There still remain gentlemen of honor and integrity out there. Champions exist in the world who uphold the highest standards of behavior and conduct. Courtesy is not dead. Nay, say rather it lives even as I live."
  • "Messages might be intercepted or people may talk under extreme circumstances. The fewer who know the secret the better, and I'm the only one left who does," Meranda explained. Sadness showed in her eyes as she continued, "This will hurt you to hear but you should listen anyway. I'm certain that Grammi and Pappi took their own lives before the Yuzoi found them. It's what they always planned to do if capture seemed imminent. They feared revealing too much when they were tortured." Tears of sorrow welled in the boy's eyes but none fell down his cheeks.
  • "Im not a cat, Im more like a bird. How many lives are birds supposed to have?" Omari didnt need to be using Skype to know what Francescas face looked like after that statement. In the silence from the other line she just imagined Francescas hands on her hips, in a stance that she got into just before throwing someone out of the bar that she owned. Although she was small, she was actually stronger than most Feathered people Omari knew, including herself, and she was hands down a faster flier than anyone shed ever seen in action before. Shed learned a lot about efficient flying from attempting to outrun a tornado with her during the disaster-laden trip to the Midwest.
  • "I figure youll tell me when youre ready. I say we try and get some food first." The truth was, Suzana didnt even really care why at this point. She knew that he wouldnt have done this without some purpose. Every other time shed been injured or tortured had been for no particular reason, or the greed and hatred of others. In her mind, she owed her life to Rakuen, and this was a small price to pay to be near him again.
  • Something seemed awfully familiar. If his head didnt hurt so much Fradi was sure hed have no trouble remembering what it was. Why bother being resurrected if you were merely entering a life of ongoing pain? The whole point of being born again was to leave past baggage behind. This hadnt happened last time; last time hed felt -
  • The Carrier of the Book of life was powerful, he had observed. They made snow balls that wiped out a party of nearly forty darkhounds! Surely that was whom they had encountered; no other could yield such great power. Krobbah, of course, did not know about the South Elven wood, about the straying magic, for as everyone knows, darkhounds rarely ventured into Elfwood. His small army had been defeated. Now his mission was clear to him: he must run to the queen to tell her where the Carrier of the Book of life was.
  • As Hawksworth watched, he began to sense some alien power growing around him, enveloping him and his despair, just as she had said. Kamala seemed to be gradually merging with an energy far beyond herself, almost as though she had invoked some primal rhythm of life into existence. And as he watched the growing intensity of her dance he began to experience a deep, almost primitive sense of fear, a stark knowledge of life and death beyond words.
  • I had only kissed two girls in my whole life and I by the looks of Kathy, I was a few minutes away from number three. I really cant remember what the hell Kathy said to me after that point. She might have said how sorry she felt for my wrist and me; on the other hand, she might have said, "You sure look like you could use a sponge bath."
  • "He moved here a few years ago from St. Louis, I understand. He's about 27 or 30. He lives in the warehouse in some penthouse apartments on the upper levels. His manager, named Todd Hayes, also has an apartment there too as does his security guy, someone named Lance Anders. I don't know much more. We think Mike is living up there too."
  • In the minds of many people the concept of running for your life is a very powerful image and is considered barbaric.
  • "Your life shall make me young, white man!" he said. "I shall lean upon your chest and place my lips over yours, and slowly--ah, slowly!--sink this blade through your heart, so that your life, fleeing your stiffening body, shall enter mine, making me bloom again with youth and with life everlasting!"
  • In another form but along the same path of reflection the other sciences have proceeded. When Newton enunciated the law of gravity he did not say that the sun or the earth had a property of attraction; he said that all bodies from the largest to the smallest have the property of attracting one another, that is, leaving aside the question of the cause of the movement of the bodies, he expressed the property common to all bodies from the infinitely large to the infinitely small. The same is done by the natural sciences: leaving aside the question of cause, they seek for laws. History stands on the same path. And if history has for its object the study of the movement of the nations and of humanity and not the narration of episodes in the lives of individuals, it too, setting aside the conception of cause, should seek the laws common to all the inseparably interconnected infinitesimal elements of free will.
  • She stepped over and sat down beside me, and went on, 'You are a clever woman, friend Joan. You reason well, and your wit is bold, but you are too prejudiced. You do not let your eyes see nor your ears hear, and that which is outside your daily life is not of account to you. Do you not think that there are things which you cannot understand, and yet which are, that some people see things that others cannot? But there are things old and new which must not be contemplated by women's eyes, because they know, or think they know, some things which other women have told them. Ah, it is the fault of our science that it wants to explain all, and if it explain not, then it says there is nothing to explain. But yet we see around us every day the growth of new beliefs, which think themselves new, and which are yet but the old, which pretend to be young, like the fine ladies at the opera. I suppose now you do not believe in corporeal transference. No? Nor in materialization. No? Nor in astral bodies. No? Nor in the reading of thought. No? Nor in hypnotism . . .'
  • "The greatest joy in any child's life is to make your parents proud," he said. "The greatest pain is to know that they are experiencing pain because of you."
  • Ambrosius felt numb as he walked through the docklands. He had signed his life away in one stupid night of debauchery. He didn't know where he was going, so it must have been by some innate autopilot that he ended up at Stan's hovel an hour later. He entered into the gloom, to see Stan sitting in his armchair next to the fire.
  • Patty had a way of conversing with Tom that none of us could approach. First of all, the thought of having anything in common with a plastic balloon with a few fairly accurately placed holes was bazaar in itself. It all went back to former suite-mate Charlie Breugers motto: "Any whole is a life saver." At the time I wasnt sure what a candy had to do with sexual gratification, but once my small brain caught up with my predatory nature, it all made sense.
  • This deliberate creation and destruction of human life makes it even more objectionable, in moral terms, than reproductive human cloning.
  • "Messages might be intercepted or people may talk under extreme circumstances. The fewer who know the secret the better, and I'm the only one left who does," Meranda explained. Sadness showed in her eyes as she continued, "This will hurt you to hear but you should listen anyway. I'm certain that Grammi and Pappi took their own lives before the Yuzoi found them. It's what they always planned to do if capture seemed imminent. They feared revealing too much when they were tortured." Tears of sorrow welled in the boy's eyes but none fell down his cheeks.
  • The daily rhythm of life is maintained by a circadian clock in organisms ranging from bacteria to humans.
  • For there would be a real pleasure in watching it. He would be able to follow his mind into its secret places. This portrait would be to him the most magical of mirrors. As it had revealed to him his own body, so it would reveal to him his own soul. And when winter came upon it, he would still be standing where spring trembles on the verge of summer. When the blood crept from its face, and left behind a pallid mask of chalk with leaden eyes, he would keep the glamour of boyhood. Not one blossom of his loveliness would ever fade. Not one pulse of his life would ever weaken. Like the gods of the Greeks, he would be strong, and fleet, and joyous. What did it matter what happened to the coloured image on the canvas? He would be safe. That was everything.
  • I scrambled over to the dais and sank to my knees over Alex's body. Her eyes were wide and staring, mouth slightly parted. Rocking back and forth, I wound my fingers into my hair and wailed. She was dead. Gone. I could never laugh or joke with my friend again. She had lost her life for my mistakes, my foolishness. I couldn't bear it, and nor would I have to.
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  • Isaac grinned, "Congratulations. You put your fears aside in the name of killing tonights dinner. Just to let you know, those chickens actually belonged to me. Wait, let me take that back. Until late yesterday afternoon, the chickens belonged to a nobleman who lives in a manor just south of here. He had so many chickens to begin with, Im sure he wouldnt notice a few gone. So rest easy, menI didnt steal your livelihoods just to teach you a lesson. Im here to teach you how to kill men, not yourselves. Thats it for todays lesson. Tomorrows will be just as interesting. Good day and God bless."
  • Wherefore, having laid down his life for the lord, he maketh earnest entreaty in behalf of our souls.
  • He could not see an aim, for he now had faith--not faith in any kind of rule, or words, or ideas, but faith in an ever-living, ever-manifest God. Formerly he had sought Him in aims he set himself. That search for an aim had been simply a search for God, and suddenly in his captivity he had learned not by words or reasoning but by direct feeling what his nurse had told him long ago: that God is here and everywhere. In his captivity he had learned that in Karataev God was greater, more infinite and unfathomable than in the Architect of the Universe recognized by the Freemasons. He felt like a man who after straining his eyes to see into the far distance finds what he sought at his very feet. All his life he had looked over the heads of the men around him, when he should have merely looked in front of him without straining his eyes.
  • I understand it may cause disappointment to the people who have supported us and have appreciated our mod, but life is sometime unkind.
  • Then again, I was using my life savings to keep him safe, so I was already betting on him being the real deal. I flipped the page of my book distractedly but couldnt help but continuously peek up at Andrew.
  • Somehow the words scrawled on our prayer room wall had taken on a life of their own.
  • She turned on her heels and flew up again into the sky, beating her wings extra hard to spray yet another dose of sand into Dales face. She tried not to let the confrontation with her boyfriend ruin her mood, but with little success. She knew that he wouldnt be meeting her for ice cream later, and it was probably over, just like almost every other relationship in her life seemed to come to an untimely end. She just didnt get what the problem was. She was tall, blond, beautiful, smart, and had the wings of an angel with the strength of a devil. What wasnt there to like? She tried to date beautiful men with self esteem high enough to handle being upstaged by her physical abilities. But being an avid surfer herself, she tended to pick out shallow surf boys, whom she seemed to go through like candy.
  • During the comparatively short life of the church three of its members have trained for full time stipendiary ministry.
  • "I agree," Bill says and then turns to Jack Wolfe and Emma Creek. "I dont need revenge, but I need justice. I need to know that he cannot hurt anyone else any further. You two dont need to come. Go ahead and enter your door and live whatever life lies behind it. Youve earned it. Youre both young."
  • Your old sinful self has died, and your new life is kept with christ in god.
  • "We decided to explore other colors, so we came up with a line of products with a twist," Zoe proudly said. All of the blue products had a burst of color running through the middle, or a "twist" as she called it. She seemed to strike a balance between completely abandoning our blue way of life and revolutionizing our cozy niche. Not bad for a lawyer.
  • The deathly quiet stopped him. Having spent most of life either in court, or in the midst of soldiers, the quiet did not sound natural. Nothing should be this quiet. As he circled, searching, he stepped on the first guard. A grunt escaped the guard's lips as his wrist twisted under the Duke's weight, but he did not wake.
  • Wind swirls around them, and the once creamy, velvet tendrils of the breeze are now flustered and full of malignant need. Sinister, somehow, like Jarvis taints the very air with his repugnant perversity. He lifts the back of her rags to claim her. The storm above, even in its wild fury, remains passive like an unjust warden with all the authority of lightning but settles with the intimidation of thunder. She thought her life was awful before, but now, in this second, as his bare skin sickeningly touches hers, she realizes she is so unbelievably wrong. This is as low as a person can get. In this horrifically foul moment of utter torment, Summer sobs loudly. The loudest in eight years.
  • Lief's anger doubled, tripled. He was about to condemn the delver with every curse known to the elves, but his anger soon gave way to understanding. He saw compassion in the eyes of the delver. It was not fear which spurred Ryson to refuse the plan, it was a respect for life.
  • "It is time to leave Your Highness, Mikha'el." They both turn to him, unprepared for the sight they each see. No longer dressed in the ragtag garb of one who spends his life in the forests, Alastor dons fine black leather and cloth fit for royalty. Even Mikha'el looks at him in reverence, for never has he seen Alastor as he does now. Alastor ignores their stares. "Come now," he says. "We have no time to waste."
  • Returning to Madeline would be a double blow. Hed lose the woman who meant something to him and be forcing himself to live with the creature who stole his life.
  • Haddo tossed the sack hed lugged up the ladder onto a cluster of skyrockets protruding out of the baggage next to the ball. He gestured at the metal sphere. "Have you not your vehicle, Favored? life support facilities has it, said you not?"
  • Cruelty! Had he been cruel? It was the girl's fault, not his. He had dreamed of her as a great artist, had given his love to her because he had thought her great. Then she had disappointed him. She had been shallow and unworthy. And, yet, a feeling of infinite regret came over him, as he thought of her lying at his feet sobbing like a little child. He remembered with what callousness he had watched her. Why had he been made like that? Why had such a soul been given to him? But he had suffered also. During the three terrible hours that the play had lasted, he had lived centuries of pain, aeon upon aeon of torture. His life was well worth hers. She had marred him for a moment, if he had wounded her for an age. Besides, women were better suited to bear sorrow than men. They lived on their emotions. They only thought of their emotions. When they took lovers, it was merely to have some one with whom they could have scenes. Lord Henry had told him that, and Lord Henry knew what women were. Why should he trouble about Sibyl Vane? She was nothing to him now.
  • Jorden had backed slightly from the woman, and now he shook his head. "You don't owe me anything, Taf. Anyone with half a brain could have fixed that pump." And after all it had actually been Taf who had saved his life in the pump recess.
  • One of my first conscious thoughts was that life is funny sometimes! Of course its not as funny as smashing a brand new mustang convertible into your house and having your life flash before your eyes. Sitting here in my car in the middle of my den, I cant help but think that things could have worked out differently - that I could have been happier - that I could have lived the life that was meant for me. That was, if I didnt have to keep up with the Greenbergs.
  • "If we allow our resolve to weaken, we will be overrun! Today you waste thoughts on an enemy. Tomorrow you poison the mind of another. Before long, there will be no one left with the will to fight!" the priest said, spouting the same tired ideas that Myranda had heard all of her life.
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