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  • Watching Rosalind leave, Orlando is first flustered, then annoyed with himself. Can I not say, ‘I thank you’? My better parts are all thrown down!—and that which here stands up is but a quintain, a mere lifeless block!
  • As amazing as James' and Isaac's tuxes were, I was already looking past them, craning my neck to see down the hall in a vain effort to catch a glimpse of Alec. There was no reason for my heart to be pounding away so furiously in my chest, but unlikely or not, my body at least seemed convinced he was going to change his mind and leave me standing here by myself.
  • "I have thought of this day ever since I can remember, which may not seem like a long time to most of you but it has been my lifes pursuit. To see all of you standing together in peace and love in this room…" she said before the tears started flowing.
  • "So this is where all the supervisors are hiding." Laura was standing in the doorway looking at us. She worked at the customer service desk at the front of the store.
  • Vayburn led Sallis to an office furnished with a couple of chairs and a small table. A woman that must be Sandev occupied one chair and beside her stood a female sylph.
  • "No you will not," Uritus answered coldly and his outstretched arms tightened and flexed. The man arched and contorted standing there before him. A scream left his throat as his body lifted slightly from the floor. The shriek grew quieter as if it was coming from a great distance and a purple glow began to burn around him. Suddenly a thunderous boom shook the very foundations of Brinn. The torches had gone out, and one of the guards collapsed to the floor from the violent rumble.
  • Not ten feet from where he stood a bonfire of big logs crackled. He could feel its heat. Around it stood a circle of men holding unlit torches.
  • She stood there until her heartbeat slowed and most of her anger left. Then she said, "Oh Mother above, as you turn the wheel, the coming new moon is the time of endings and beginnings. I know my mother is now in the Summerland with you, but I will still miss her until it is my turn to join. During this time of sorrow and as I prepare for my own new beginning without my mom, please give me the strength and courage to deal with those who are closed-minded and who only think of themselves."
  • I walked toward the exit when I saw Mary standing behind the bar counting her tips, shaking her head and muttering to herself. Once I got a little closer I could make out a few of the things she was saying.
  • The Afar, entranced, competed for gawking space atop Bulwarks, piggybacking their children. That night they stood in their thousands around the Rim, scattering eerie shadows by the light of hundreds of tiki torches. The troops occasionally responded with lights of their own, idling their trucks with high beams blazing. When they grew bored they played with directional signals and emergency flashers, hoping to unnerve the defenders. Confused, the Afar responded by leaning their torches left and right, lifting them up and setting them down.
  • It may well be that I will not see you until the Earth-bound Saeire Insu have crossed the Tangent for Aquanus en masse and the advance on Vanerrincourt and the Temple of Eleysius has commenced. As I write this, the mobilization has already begun, though only at the very highest levels, and only in the greatest secrecy. We wait for the king to recover; it is upon his orders that the navy stands ready. It is a very exciting, very frightening, and very humbling time for our people, Margarita. We have waited for this day for many years, as you now know.
  • The fog got thicker and rose past my head. I couldn't see clearly as I waited. I headed away from the tree with the magical bird and stood tall on the path, for Kah'la said the forest was full of Dark Robes who'd very shortly be on their way.
  • Matts usual wild curls were tamed by the fresh cut and gel. He was so handsome in the dark suit he was wearing that it made her heart knock against her chest. Her father must have felt it; Sara felt his arm muscles tighten, pulling her arm closer to his body as if he were afraid to let her go. As she walked with her father through the doors and down the aisle, everyone stood smiling as they watched her. She kept looking ahead, afraid that if she took her eyes off Matt he would disappear. From the corner of her eye, Sara watched as her mother dabbed a white handkerchief to her eyes. Every now and again, there was the flash of white light, but none affected her vision for very long.
  • And upon a crest of sand there stood a wondrous creature, great of wing and neck, whose beauty was more than Yoal had witnessed before upon the Earth. And Yoal stood fixed in adoration of her, and after a time she caught his gaze.
  • We rode on, in better formation and more watchful. Another quarter of a mile and we crested a rise that gave us a view of the land around us, though not the road ahead as it bent and was obscured by trees. Goronwy checked his horse, looking southeast. I followed his gaze, only to grimace at the sight: smoke rose towards the sky in billowing clouds. It was too much for daily activity in any village, not to mention the small one that crouched in the valley below, separated from us by expansive fields and stands of trees.
  • But instead, the obsidian dragon let go of his neck and stood up. It took one last look at Lieutenant Goloth, then leapt off its hind claws and into the air. The obsidian dragon took a moment to get its bearings, though Lieutenant Goloth didn't need to wonder where it was headed.
  • Aiden could see how hopeless it wasthey were just too heavily outnumbered. Despite their efforts, at least two dozen dwarves were still standing before them, and he didn't know how much longer they could last. As Clavis started shooting bolts into the crowd again, the novice warrior came to the decision that it was time to withdraw.
  • Dr. Van Helsing said to us solemnly as we stood before her, 'and now, my friends, we have a duty here to do. We must sterilize this earth, so sacred of holy memories, that she has brought from a far distant land for such fell use. She has chosen this earth because it has been holy. Thus we defeat her with her own weapon, for we make it more holy still. It was sanctified to such use of woman, now we sanctify it to God.'
  • My mind was trying to understand how they'd done it, but I couldn't figure it out. I turned and saw Alek standing close to me with a robust grey haired woman beside him. His eyes finally seemed warm. My heart did a little skip.
  • The standing guy took the charge. His voice was low like Vahan's, yet he spoke Russian in a rolling monotone. "He doesn't mean anything," he said, filling his chest with air and drawing the last word out into three syllables. Although only a little taller than me, he was much broader in build than Vahan. He turned to his friend and looked back at us.
  • One by one they descended the rope. Ryson supported them the last small distance as they jumped into his guiding arms. As Dzeb stood alone, he dropped the rope. The others cleared aside as he prepared to jump. An awe-inspiring sight to be sure. The mammoth being plunged through the air and landed with the force of a giant boulder. The ground shook, but Dzeb kept his feet. He approached them as if nothing had happened.
  • The napa beads smashed into the tiles where his head had lay moments before. Harvey fought down the punch-drunk nausea and rolled under a table, scrabbling on all fours along the floor and stood up on the far side of the cafe.
  • Ive been trying to avoid her. After all, you never know what kind of people get sent out here: murderers, thieves, heretics. But today we came face to face. I was walking on the grass, indulging myself; and she was on the grass as usual. It was a narrow strip of grass, so we stood there and stared at each other.
  • They wheeled around to face us, ears perked, snouts down, beady eyes watching us. When we came nearer, they stood up and formed a cordon on the steps.
  • The country's literacy level stands at 85% of the whole population. Preschool, which targets children from age three to five, is an integral component of the education system and is a key requirement for admission to Standard One (First Grade). At the end of primary education, pupils sit the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), which determines those who proceed to secondary school or vocational training. Primary school age is 6/7-13/14 years. For those who proceed to secondary level, there is a national examination at the end of Form Fourthe Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE), which determines those proceeding to the universities, other professional training or employment. Students sit examinations in eight subjects of their choosing. However, English, KiSwahili (Languages) and Mathematics are compulsory subjects. The result of this examination is needed for placement at secondary school. In form four of secondary schools the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination (KCSE) is taken.
  • Ten, maybe fifteen miles closer towards the bottom of the basin I could outline my target; a large and mirage rippled tower black as obsidian. It stood there, beckoning me towards it, yet foreboding me against taking one more step in its direction. I felt the same way Pandora must have felt when she first saw her box, the knowledge that you must and simultaneously must not continue. In the monotony of the march towards the tower I reattempted the siege on my memory. Nothing distinct came up, sometimes the name of a city, or the vague description of an animal. One thing was certain; my memory was only getting worse. Whatever world I had stumbled into was rapidly becoming my own reality. The slope of the basin was imperceptible now, but the tower grew steadfast with each step.
  • Although Im not really a clam fan, unless they are baked and heavily breaded, the lure of the beach was just too strong to resist. Once we put on a few layers of clothes and walked outside, the sight of steaks grilling over an open flame brought a smile to my face. I was also surprised to see a group of people standing and talking near the fire.
  • The power couple of Daniel and Nicole faced off against Mary Brewster, who was definitely surprised to see her nephew with long, swordlike fingernails standing next to - of all things - an Orca killer whale. Nicole opened her expansive Orca mouth and Daniel used the distraction to swat Mary about 200 yards into a bank of trees. Nicole morphed into her human form again and she and Daniel pursued their opponent.
  • He placed the paper and books back, then closed the trunk, standing a moment, at the edge of the bed, shaking his head that so contradictory a woman existed. His vast experience with women, including his mother, showed that they were forever in love with someone or something. Men were the cynics and jades; women were the romantics, the creatures who wanted fidelity, commitment, softness, and understanding and love, the more idealistic the better.
  • "Come over here, Barry." Swann placed him by a wagon, standing in front with hands clasped at his waist. "Look at me, and I'll let you in on a secret. In the near future you are going to be promoted, and I need NCOs who aren't afraid to speak their minds. So give it to me straightup or down for Brixby?"
  • Bruce walked right down to where David was standing and lodged his right elbow into the small of Davids back, applying just enough pressure to let him know he was there.
  • "They probably think I am offering them the grain to bribe them to remain here, while I myself go away leaving them to the mercy of the French," thought Princess Mary. "I will offer them monthly rations and housing at our Moscow estate. I am sure Andrew would do even more in my place," she thought as she went out in the twilight toward the crowd standing on the pasture by the barn.
  • Adrienne stood near her throne, chatting to Cassius and the Commander-General. When she saw Valentin, she beckoned him over.
  • "My lord, look!" Goronwy pointed out to sea. He still had one arm wrapped firmly around Anna, who stood on the saddle to see better, her head level with Goronwys. And it was Anna who understood what she was seeing.
  • "Would you like some company?" A female voice reminded him that he didnt spend the night alone. With a smile, he reached over and opened the shower stall. A tall, yellow eyed shapely beauty with a warm, dark tan complexion stood with her hands on her well-rounded hips. The only thing she wore was a smile. He couldnt help licking his lips as he surveyed her from head to toe, allowing his gaze to linger a bit on her luscious full breasts. Her yellow eyes glowed blue before they settled into a warm cinnamon brown shade.
  • Nick smiled, a proud father once more. "Listen, Martin, life can be tough and pretty unfair at times but Ill make you this promise. Ill always be here for you. You hear me? If ever you get into trouble, no matter what it is, Ill stand by you. The way you stood by me. As long as I live. Its called unconditional love. Its what families are for. You understand?"
  • Not quite. She was still standing over him. When she was satisfied Jurtan had noticed her again, she told him, "Thats none of your business. Why are you asking me? You trying to cover up something on your own conscience? Was Maximillian being friendly with you?"
  • "Papa, we shall be late," said Princess Helene, turning her beautiful head and looking over her classically molded shoulder as she stood waiting by the door.
  • In a semi-trance he walked out into the center of the room, the lute big and heavy in his hands. With his head lifted as Cardenal had held himself moments ago, he stood briefly silent as he strove to collect his wits. He prayed he would remember all the words to his own song. He had sung it, mostly without audience, many times, but still he felt unsure. He let the melody begin rippling through his mind. Then, holding the plectrum tight between thumb and forefinger, he picked out the introductory notes.
  • In a hole burnt through his tunic by the beam they could see his undershirt, from their distance it appeared to be made entirely of tin-foil. They turned away from the traumatic hypnotism of the evil Giant's laughter to look at where the Wolf was standing. The only problem was that he wasn't standing there anymore. There was however, a small wolf cub, curled up in a ball by his furry tail, in the circle of scorched rock where the Ice Wolf had been standing.
  • He came through the cane and was right on top of them and they lay with their faces in the dirt. "Im right here, I can see you," he said standing over them. "Get up."
  • Tense seconds passed. They could all hear it now: a bizarre clicking and whirring that almost did sound like a spell, but they still couldn't place it. Could only watch as the cloud of dust grew closer and closer. It was bearing down on them, and the sun setting in their eyes didn't help their view in the least. They all anticipated whatever might come, and they stood ready for it. Elryia's hand reared back, twitchingcoiled like a rattlesnake desiring to strike the first visible target.
  • When the groom stood directly across from her, she looked skyward once again, and the heavens were aglow. The storm was no storm. It was a comet scudding across the skies. Grinding against the air, it erupted into a conflagration the likes of which had not been seen in thousands of years. Its energy slammed into Catrin, and combined with the noxious charge from the statue, it was more than she could handle. She swayed on her feet, and Benjin supported her from behind. As he held her, her staff pressed against her bare forearm. The feel of the polished wood was comforting, and she took solace from it.
  • Pillari stood up. "We had best be going soon," he said. "Finish off the pot." He walked away toward the third tent.
  • "Oprah. I am going to donate all of Nina's proceeds from this book to K.A.S.A., which stands for Kids Against Sexual Abuse. We had become active in this organization, because we both were the victims of abuse when we were younger. "
  • Sherlock Holmes seemed to be embarrassed by the question. "Frankly, now!" she repeated, standing upon the rug and looking keenly down at him as he leaned back in a basket-chair.
  • Borus batted at the crusts with her hands. She looked around the pier, then stared at Rordan and cocked her head. The girl stood up.
  • "Rock on," Gary replied as the gentlemen stood up and greeted their ladies, who were more than a century their junior in real years but only about 10 years younger in actual appearance.
  • They, in Pierre's mind, were the soldiers, those who had been at the battery, those who had given him food, and those who had prayed before the icon. They, those strange men he had not previously known, stood out clearly and sharply from everyone else.
  • Aerie looked up at the commotion around, agitated that the paramedics had yet to make it to Johns side. People had mostly retreated back towards Johns house, but she spotted Cindy standing with a small throng, still praying by the light of an ambulance.
  • "Perhaps it is time we moved forward," Lief finally intervened. "We gain nothing by standing here debating philosophical questions."
  • At the intersection in the center of the city, there stands a high mound, the bodies of every citizen piled, previously set ablaze and now a smoldering heap. Men and women, slaughtered without mercy. Morion cries uncontrollably, wailing with unyielding lament.
  • Reader Matthew simply nodded as he eyed the ex-mayor and the two large shags that stood on either side of him. The stench of the two monsters began to fill the room and in order to keep from gagging, the reader was forced to take short shallow breaths through his mouth.
  • Conor came to his feet instantly in two feet of standing water, dripping head to toe, having been bowled across the room, but too late: with a blinding red flash the Black Coffin was through the window and gone. Conor bellowed in fury and followed, flashing white into a seahawk as he dove through the window and into the shrieking wind and rain.
  • "Ok Connor. Thank you and goodnight." Sarah was actually tired and her throbbing headache and pain behind her eyes werent helping matters. As she tried to find a spot to lie down Sarah heard Connor let out a deep sigh and she looked at him again, he stood up.
  • Lief placed a hand to his chin in obvious discomfort with the thought. He gritted his teeth as he shook his head. The longer he stood silent, the more obvious his anger became. "Fire upon my own foolishness!" he exclaimed with disgust to his own short-sightedness. "I did not consider our exit."
  • He saw a most wonderful sight. Through a little hole in the wall the children had crept in, and they were sitting in the branches of the trees. In every tree that he could see there was a little child. And the trees were so glad to have the children back again that they had covered themselves with blossoms, and were waving their arms gently above the children's heads. The birds were flying about and twittering with delight, and the flowers were looking up through the green grass and laughing. It was a lovely scene, only in one corner it was still winter. It was the farthest corner of the garden, and in it was standing a little boy. He was so small that he could not reach up to the branches of the tree, and he was wandering all round it, crying bitterly. The poor tree was still quite covered with frost and snow, and the North Wind was blowing and roaring above it. "Climb up! little boy," said the Tree, and it bent its branches down as low as it could; but the boy was too tiny.
  • "De nada," she smiled, and bent down to kiss him lightly on the cheek. He stood holding his cheek while he watched her ride off leading the black mare, then he walked back to the house.
  • Stephen Clarin stood up from the bench before Tun could respond angrily. "Do not drive us all apart," he stated with an emotional plea. Tears filled his eyes even as a smile grew upon his lips. His face glowed with an inner joy as if his soul was touched by singing angels.
  • The Master of Ceremony waited patiently. He would stand there and wait until the end of the world if the protocol required that. The High Lords weren't that patient, but not impatient enough to help Thinoak. The Duke himself was too proud to ask. So they stood around the table and watched the fat man sweat and gasp and struggle with his chair. Some were yawning, others were sniggering. The Marquis had that absent look of his. Even the annoying sound of the chair scraping the floor didn't get to him.
  • Master Edling stood and left without another word, his robes billowing around him. Catrin doubted he would return; he had seen what he had come to see. She was no monster or evil murderer, just a rude farm girl who had ignored and insulted him. His departure was bittersweet; while Catrin was not sorry to see him go, his leaving was like the death knell for her friendships. She wondered if she were destined to live as a hermit because of one freak incident.
  • John knew he was everything she was not. No movement came natural to him. Never mind dancing, he walked and stood and sat like a man with his joints misaligned and in the wrong places. No matter what he did to his hair it pressed flat and parted naturally on the side. Mirrors constantly ambushed with the news that he was just a younger version of his dork of a father.
  • She struck a yogic pose, arms stretched out like the hands of a clock, and brought one leg up to prop against the other. A soft light formed around her midrift and in one swift movement Karen thrust her hands forward. Chakra energy shot out at Harvey and blasted the table that he stood behind.
  • "Carrying things and loading wagons mostly, but I also stood guard at night. People get nervous in the deep dark and like having me awake to protect them," he said. Well, that explained a little, she thought.
  • "We have a bunch of strong men here to protect us. Look at Nicky, and Sterlin and Cortibis. They are strong men, well armed. Well be fine. Trust me." She hugged him again.Mel ran up and punched him in the leg.Range boxed with son for a moment before standing back up. He had to make it fun for them. He owed them a lot and would make amends soon.
  • When he arrived at the top, he paused to see if he could hear her through her bedroom door. He cocked his head when he heard her voice. Although he couldn't make out the words, he could hear her speaking, then a playful laugh. He listened a while for another voice but heard none. She grew quiet and all was still. A cold feeling came to his stomach as he stood there waiting for a sound, any sound that would dissolve the dreadful thoughts he was having about what was going on beyond the door in front of him. The sounds that finally came did not send the horrible thoughts away, but instead solidified his fear.
  • Bruce grabbed on to Davids arm and stood up, "Yeah, I was trying to go in a different direction in that other life we just left."
  • As the King opens Leon's cell himself, the Valachian prince is struck curious by those words, but he holds his tongue. The King reaches down to help Leon from the floor, which he accepts gratefully. After dusting himself off, Leon is guided out of the dungeon and outside, from a small, thick building standing beside the castle.
  • They stood to embrace, but when Omaris arms were wrapped around Lana, she removed her friends tailor-made jacket with one swift movement. Caught off guard, Lanas unbridled wings expanded, spreading across most of the expanse of the small restaurant, barely missing the face of another diner.
  • He shifted and then stood to walk to a bookshelf on the other side of the room. He laid the book flat on top of several others, taking a moment to align them neatly one with another. While his back was turned, I looked around the bed, more panicked than ever because I realized that I was wearing nothing but a nightgownand a gorgeous one at that, with embroidered lace and puffy sleeves; that my clothes were gone and my hair was braided in a long plait down my back.
  • Daniel and Andrew exited the bouncy hut via the bounce, fly and land technique and were now standing next to the other guys. They were about to crack some jokes but noticed that the mood was not conducive to humor at that moment.
  • The bard stood alone then, head raised and eyes closed, palms open as though warding the denizens of the Shifting away. The song went on, growing and swelling as they pushed the Shifting away on the wake of that first expulsion. The shadow-demons swirled, screaming, caught up in the torrent that was forcing them back to their native realm.
  • "I think he saw them in the Unity," Chloe said. "He said he felt as if he'were standing between them, and he didn't know which he ought to be in, but it was frightfully important for him to choose rightly. And he wondered which the Professor and his friends wanted. But then he thought he saw..." she hesitated..."me in one of them, and moved to ask whether I wanted to see the Professor!"
  • Two Ambigu crewmen, who had wrestled out a fire hose to douse the flames coming from the forward hold, fell under the fire of a crazed LRA soldier who cut both of them down with a burst of automatic fire. Seconds later that soldier fell as the Ambigus .50 caliber machine gun began firing from the stern of the freighter. After killing the soldier, the murderous stream of copper and steel traversed the deck to the LRA leader standing near the wheelhouse of the trawler.
  • "The best rapper in the world," scoffed a suddenly lucid voice from behind him. Todd, astonished, turned around to see the little man standing straight and tall. He stared at Todd with a steely eye.
  • "Finally. Can I eat first?" he asked. Aiden nodded and stood up, allowing his friend to use his seat. "Anything good here?" Pace asked no-one in particular.
  • Harry quickly returns the fire. Blood spatters, the kid screams, doubles up, and falls to the floor. Harry lets out a "Yaaahooo, man," and shoots about 20 more rounds up into the rafters. David, Mike and Jay duck although they are not in the line of fire. The crowd lets loose a wave of angry curses. The birds scatter in shock and flee to the safety of the beams and balconies above. One lands on David's shoulder as David cautiously stands up and looks down. Both he and the bird look angry.
  • Petya came out, peered into the darkness, and went up to the wagons. Someone was snoring under them, and around them stood saddled horses munching their oats. In the dark Petya recognized his own horse, which he called "Karabakh" though it was of Ukranian breed, and went up to it.
  • 'Shall we?' suggested Shylock, stepping forward and pulling a chain at one side of the doorway. A loud bell rang somewhere inside the department and the door slid almost soundlessly open. They entered and the door slid closed once more. They were standing outside a small building. A winding red-clay pathway led to the North and the South. Nearby was the sound of a running stream.
  • Boris paused in the middle of the room, looked round, brushed a little dust from the sleeve of his uniform, and going up to a mirror examined his handsome face. Natasha, very still, peered out from her ambush, waiting to see what he would do. He stood a little while before the glass, smiled, and walked toward the other door. Natasha was about to call him but changed her mind. "Let him look for me," thought she. Hardly had Boris gone than Sonya, flushed, in tears, and muttering angrily, came in at the other door. Natasha checked her first impulse to run out to her, and remained in her hiding place, watching--as under an invisible cap--to see what went on in the world. She was experiencing a new and peculiar pleasure. Sonya, muttering to herself, kept looking round toward the drawing-room door. It opened and Nicholas came in.
  • Instead of charging at Drew, Blake simply picked up his left foot and then picked up his right foot and walked methodically and purposely toward Drew. The confidence and purpose by which Blake walked had a hypnotic and paralyzing effect on Drew, who stood perfectly still while his rival advanced.
  • In line with the knoll on both sides stood other guns which also fired incessantly. A little behind the guns stood infantry. When ascending that knoll Pierre had no notion that this spot, on which small trenches had been dug and from which a few guns were firing, was the most important point of the battle.
  • Flickering torches set in sheltered sconces illuminated their approach to the gate. A guard, dressed in a heavy winter cloak over the livery of the Kingdom guards, stood near a blazing fire set in a metal barrel. A halberd, over ten feet in length and tipped with a broad axe, leaned against the wall just behind him.
  • "What?" Trey hadn't been paying much attention and only caught a glimpse of the screen when he heard the name. But yes, that was Dr. Harris, standing at a microphone, wearing a tank top and a short skirt, holding a small blue harp, before the scene changed to a good-looking dark-haired guy with a Van Dyke, playing a guitar.
  • Shaa, standing in a dramatic position framed in the center of the archway, his legs planted and one hand on his hip, removed the iron bar from under his cloak. He lowered his eyebrows suggestively, twirling the bar like a marching band baton. "Its about time," one of the guards said. "You want us to bringem out, or you want to go in?"
  • Sure of the issue, he encouraged with a smile, as they passed before him, the company of sappers of the first corps, which he had appointed to barricade Mont-Saint-Jean as soon as the village should be carried. All this serenity had been traversed by but a single word of haughty pity; perceiving on his left, at a spot where there now stands a large tomb, those admirable Scotch Grays, with their superb horses, massing themselves, he said, "It is a pity."
  • He circled in a tight curve. With a single, graceful back flap, he landed on the far side of the rock outcropping from where Strongwind stood with the horses.
  • A heavy sigh escaped her and she stood up. The restaurant must still be open, despite the late hour. She desperately needed some caffeine.
  • "I will tell you if you do." Jacks voice became guarded and Connor knew he was standing behind, about four yards away and still reading his mind.
  • They split up Joffs food, change of clothes, water skin, and blanket while he leafed through the journal. Airk took a little more than his share. Joff put the book back into the pack and stood.
  • He wanted to sleep but he was cold and his bed felt hard. He rolled over and opened his eyes. To his surprise he realized he was on the ground, on the ground outside. He stood up and looked around. The ground that he was on was just dirt and rocks. He was in mist and couldnt see more than a few feet in front of him. This felt familiar but somehow unfamiliar at the same time. He must be dreaming; this place had that feel about it. He began to walk and realized that he had a dream like this not too long ago. "Odd. How come I couldnt remember it before?" he thought.
  • While she and Hjalmer waited, the man pointed the telescope to the right and down a bit. He bent over the tube and twisted it this way and that. "I always have a little trouble finding this," he said. "There arent a lot of easy markers nearby. Ah, there it is . . . " he said, standing up, and flicking on the red light to show where the eyepiece now was.
  • Change stood quietly assessing the three in front of her, but mostly Bbthen, deciding her best course of action was to listen rather than crush Bb in her rather short but very powerful looking arms. 'So, how might you be able to help meand don't tell me you've broken all of this machinery to sell me a repair contract!'
  • "But, in a few, Signior Hortensio, thus it stands with me: Antonio, my father, is deceased; and I have thrust myself into this maze, haply to wive and thrive as best I may! Crowns in my purse I have, and goods at home, and so am come abroad to see the world!"
  • Benjin winced as a few men reacted to her comment. He and her friends stood before her, awaiting her command. She was not surprised that Nat joined the group, but when Vertook stepped up, it gave her heart.
  • "As you are aware, Watson, there is no one who knows the higher criminal world of London so well as I do. For years past I have continually been conscious of some power behind the malefactor, some deep organizing power which forever stands in the way of the law, and throws its shield over the wrongdoer. Again and again in cases of the most varying sortsforgery cases, robberies, murdersI have felt the presence of this force, and I have deduced its action in many of those undiscovered crimes in which I have not been personally consulted. For years I have endeavored to break through the veil which shrouded it, and at last the time came when I seized my thread and followed it, until it led me, after a thousand cunning windings, to ex-Professor Moriarty of mathematical celebrity.
  • Rob stood up with the condom still holding on for dear life on his deflated dipstick. He looked around for his clothes when Maureen Stewart walked by and then stopped dead in her tracks.
  • I know the ghost needs to get a grip or the woman's not telling us anything. But the ghost isn't getting it. We're standing like an old lady, all neat, feet together, with our fingers laced, head poked forward, smiling eagerly at her.
  • "Hes telling the truth grandfather." George stood in front of Raven blocking his way. "Everything hes told you is correct."
  • "Sit down Samantha, and Steven get out of here." Lady Magmilan stood as well. Neither of us did as we were told. Steven actually began walking toward me. I met him half way.
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