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  • There he paused for a moment, feeling that he was on the brink of a discovery that would either make or mar his life. Then he thrust the door open and entered.
  • They both nodded and each took one of his hands to funnel in some stamina. Five minutes later they each released his hands. "Sarah, are you ready?" He asked and her head spun around to glare at him. "Dont worry there will be no more explosions today." She arched an eyebrow in a provocative disappointment. Then he caught her train of thought and would amend those words later.
  • Deep down, she hoped someone, somewhere, would find it in their heart to help her. She wasnt strong enough to walk out on her own.
  • "They hid the entrance to their domain in an unfinished tunnel. Genius." Rhenyon shook his head. "I would not have thought to look in here." He slapped Steve heartily on the back. "What do ye need of us?"
  • "Mamma, don't cry! Only tell me that you wish it, and you know I will give my life, anything, to put you at ease," said Nicholas. "I would sacrifice anything for you--even my feelings."
  • Nadir Sharif coughed lightly and turned back toward the room. "Ambassador Hawksworth, would you care for some wine? You need not be squeamish, His Majesty has always admired men who drink. I would join you, but regrettably I cannot. While His Majesty retires, the rest of us must labor on."
  • All was lost, he thought. He was helpless. There was nothing left for him but to go back to Paris. Their love was dead. The child would be Amalric's.
  • I think about three weeks passed. Honestly, its all a blur. Every day was the same: training all morning, lunch alone, and dinner with the group. Dinnertime didnt get much better. Each night someone would get me to lose my temper, whether it be Lady Magmilan, Steven, or someone else. Every time Lady Magmilan would bring me back to my room, slap me around a bit, then lock me inside. Id guess that of the first ten dinners we had together, I was sent back to my room six or seven times. I wasnt even allowed to go to dinner one night "because of my attitude", and I went to bed hungry. Eventually we had a dinner during which no one talked much including Lady Magmilan.
  • So your point is, what? I'm a kid so my love for him isn't the same as it would be if I were older? That my love for him and feelings for him as a friend are the same?
  • The new supervisor would oversee all banks in its coverage area by Jan. 1, 2014, according to the documents. It would be phased in over the course of 2013, and the ECB would have until July 2013 to design how it will work with national regulators, the documents say. The dates are provisional and could change.
  • That got his attention. A safe? In this house? He stood up and walked to the living room with the ridiculously large fireplace. He scanned the room. Where would somebody hide a safe? Where else! Behind a painting! He practically ran to the closest painting and tried pulling it away from the wall. He promptly succeeded in knocking it off its holder. The gigantic painting fell noisily to the ground with a loud crash. A plant stand, complete with an exotic-looking plant, were also knocked over in the process.
  • "During the Cultural Revolutions campaigns to extinguish tradition, almost all the graves in China had been leveled off, including the tombs of Confucius and Empress Dowager Cixi, which is a kind of equality," tweeted a prominent Shenzhen-based lawyer on Nov. 20, on Sina Weibo, Chinas leading microblog. Then, taking note of reliable rumors that prominent officials would be allowed to maintain their family tombs, he added, "To tell you the truth, Zhoukou is worse than the Cultural Revolution."
  • Ninja use tried and tested skills and weapons. A spear gun is not something they would normally carry; not one with a cord attached to a spear with floppers or barbs. Thats a gun for shooting fish. They grabbed that from somewhere on the way to their boat along with any diving gear used.’
  • She left it empty now. The path butted up against the stone building on one side, and fell off sharply on the other. The ledge was narrow enough that she did not even dare use it, though Jocelyn did. If the soldiers had hidden around back, they would have had a difficult time getting back there, at least on horse. She did not think they would bother with pretenses. Not after killing her husband.
  • Once past the stairs they walked over a large courtyard to get to the doors. There was one giant pattern in the stones of the courtyard, a quarter moon of white centered in a black circle. Russ wished he knew what it meant, then wondered if knowing what was going on mattered at this point. He would still be in chains, because hed let himself be caught.
  • "Cerebus is a different problem." Baal sighed. "She would be helpful with Cerebus. He doesnt understand Witch magic and is really sort of frightened by Witches. While Cerebus is hardly bright, he is smart enough to know that Witches are bad news for him. Every Witch he has encountered has left a mark."
  • Ella Mae picked up my tattered bag and handed it to Agnes. "Take this up to Harpers room now, would you Agnes? Im going to take her in to meet Mrs. Shadowford. Ill send her upstairs in a few minutes and you can show her around."
  • That much she knew and that much they all knew: without the zombies, the revolution would never have come. Zombiism and the need to cure it had outweighed every other priority. Three governments had promised that they'd negotiate better prices for zombiism drugs and three governments had failed, and in the end the Cabinet had been overrun by zombies who'd torn three MPs to bits and infected seven more, and the crowd had carried the PM out of her office and put her in a barrel and driven nails through it and rolled it down the river-bank into the river, something so horrible and delicious that Valentine often thought about it, like you poke a sore tooth with your tongue.
  • What would Sonya have done without the glad consciousness that she had not undressed during the first three nights, in order to be ready to carry out all the doctor's injunctions with precision, and that she still kept awake at night so as not to miss the proper time when the slightly harmful pills in the little gilt box had to be administered? Even to Natasha herself it was pleasant to see that so many sacrifices were being made for her sake, and to know that she had to take medicine at certain hours, though she declared that no medicine would cure her and that it was all nonsense. And it was even pleasant to be able to show, by disregarding the orders, that she did not believe in medical treatment and did not value her life.
  • "What would you have me do?" he said at last. "You know I did all a father could for their education, and they have both turned out fools. Hippolyte is at least a quiet fool, but Anatole is an active one. That is the only difference between them." He said this smiling in a way more natural and animated than usual, so that the wrinkles round his mouth very clearly revealed something unexpectedly coarse and unpleasant.
  • Crandall shook his head sorrowfully. "That's hardly right. I advised the father of the girl to make no charges. A scandal would only hurt the girl. But he's very bitter about the matter and may change his mind and press the matter. If he does, it will naturally influence the judge. That is only natural. The girl's a Reno girl and the judge has known her all her life. We respect women in this state; I can't understand Wendel's action. You understand, Amos, the position your client is in."
  • "Had I seen her before as she is now," thought Nicholas, "I should long ago have asked her what to do and have done whatever she told me, and all would have been well."
  • Pierre inquired what was being said about leaving, and the corporal told him that nearly all the troops were starting and there ought to be an order about the prisoners that day. Sokolov, one of the soldiers in the shed with Pierre, was dying, and Pierre told the corporal that something should be done about him. The corporal replied that Pierre need not worry about that as they had an ambulance and a permanent hospital and arrangements would be made for the sick, and that in general everything that could happen had been foreseen by the authorities.
  • President Barack Obama is promoting development of natural gas and crude oil as an economic resource, and formed a task force this year to avoid federal rules that would slow fracking. The administration is considering limits on the process as environmentalists say injecting water, sand and chemicals underground to free trapped gas and oil poses a threat to clean water supplies.
  • "They greatly fear what they call the innards of the antelope, and a few even spoke of refusal to obey orders. Howsomever, Master Jacobsen stopped their talk by promising they'd not have to eat any meat except of the outer body, until it's sure we'll survive." I failed to mention I would share the crew's repast.
  • "Neither can I. But half the people in India do. Her father finally reached Lahore, the city in India where Akman was staying, and managed to enter his service. Like any Persian he did very well, and before long Akman gave him amansab rank of three hundred zat. His wife and daughter were allowed to come and go among the palace women. Then, when she was seventeen, this little Persian girl of the cobra began her plan. She repeatedly threw herself across the path of the Moghuls son Arangbar, whom she rightly guessed would be next in line for the throne. He was no match for her, and now people say she won his heart before he knew it himself. My own belief is she cast a spell on him."
  • Landon quickly removes Jacks coat and undershirt. He takes great care in folding them up nicely and sets them beside Jack. Landon reaches for a white towel that is sitting on the bed and wipes down Jacks face and bare chest in an almost comforting way, the way a mother would wash her son after he has been caught in a rainstorm. He loosens Jacks belt, and removes his pants. He finds the handcuffs first.
  • 'Yes, I can' he had to admit. He thought back at his recent encounter with Reinette and the clockwork men. He read her mind back then to find out why the clockwork men were after her, but he had made a mistake, one that he surely would not make again. 'But only-'
  • German U-boats attempted to cut the supply lines between North America and Britain. The nature of submarine warfare meant that attacks often came without warning, giving the crews of the merchant ships little hope of survival. The United States launched a protest, and Germany changed its rules of engagement. After the sinking of the passenger ship RMS Lusitania in 1915, Germany promised not to target passenger liners, while Britain armed its merchant ships, placing them beyond the protection of the "cruiser rules", which demanded warning and placing crews in "a place of safety" (a standard that lifeboats did not meet). Finally, in early 1917, Germany adopted a policy of unrestricted submarine warfare, realising that the Americans would eventually enter the war. Germany sought to strangle Allied sea lanes before the U.S. could transport a large army overseas, but could maintain only five long-range U-boats on station, to limited effect.
  • As Hawksworth listened his senses suddenly told him to beware. Hadnt Shirin told him to trust his intuition? And this scheme was too pat. This time his guts told him to dump the lead in the bay and write off the loss. But Elkington would never agree. He would want to believe they could unlade and sell the lead. His responsibility was profit on the cargo, not the risk of a vessel.
  • Today is your day, my poor Perrin. I will strike de Gobignon dead for you. Even as that promise went through his mind, though, he felt a chill in his spine. He could be sure of nothing. Including that he would come out of this alive.
  • He had a bit of time before their journey, and hoped the incident a few moments ago would work in his favor, and perhaps open the door for Kate to trust her heart, to trust him and deepen their intimacy. However, Damien felt himself treading a thin line where his marriage was concerned. If Kate did not get pregnantIf he had planted a child in another woman, the night before his weddinga child that he could not deny
  • "Oh, death, devastation and destruction," she frowned at them. "Seems the Humans were under the impression that nothing bad would happen to them if we had a problem during the Maturing and since about half of the both KCs are severely damaged and a couple hundred Humans and Elders died in the chaos when it hit the city, they are demanding compensation and removal of Elders from the cities."
  • As I was looking down on the boys, I heard a noise in the bushes ahead of me and looked. I saw a very tall Japanese man looking like a Samurai stare directly at me. I realized now that I was standing there alone, revolver in hand. He would surely have concluded that I was responsible for what lay on the ground directly at my feet. The Samurai made a slicing motion diagonally across his torso and then pointed at me. A clear promise he would come for me with his sword.
  • Yet now he was a hero. Because of him, many deaths had been averted today. The eternal war of pirates vs. ninjas which had raged for centuries had finally been put to an end by the hand of a kindly dinosaur stranded from his time. He would have smiled at the reception he now received, if indeed a dinosaurs facial muscles would have allowed it. As it was, his anatomy was not designed that way; so he merely emitted a happy growl and gazed lovingly at the little creatures sitting around him.
  • Serenity absorbed his words. It occurred to her on a deeply selfish level that she should be thankful to Madeline; if she hadnt done what she had Serenity would never have met Sebastian.
  • "Hes in accountingvery good worker, fast, too. Hes seen Marcy with me a couple times, and asked about her, and so I thought it would be good for both of them to—"
  • The fortress, the only secure post remaining in the city, had been commandeered by Jadar and his hand-picked guard. His officers had taken accommodations in the town, and the troops had erected an enormous tent complex along the road leading into the city from the north. Their women now swarmed over the bazaar, accumulating stores for the march south. Bullock carts of fresh produce glutted the roads leading into the city, for word had reached the surrounding villages that Burhanpur was host to the retinue of the prince and his soldiers from the northbuyers accustomed to high northern prices. The villagers also knew from long experience that a wise man would strip his fields and gardens and orchards now and sell, before an army on the march simply took what it wanted.
  • "Since you saw it; it was what I imagined us being if we would be lucky enough to one day become Elders." She smiled at him in longing.
  • "Certainly," Jian said, getting to his feet and offering the prince his chair. "Have a seat and allow me to pour you some tea." He hoped that Kaymin was just drunk; it would prove much easier for him to cure than insanity.
  • Christ, he thought in a moment of panic, what if that makes me go faster? Will the rocket things burn the glider? Who the hell would design something like this?
  • Range pulled on the durry,"I dont know if it was."Responsibility gathered up around his chest like the giant hand of death.Things were so out of control right now he was lost.He realized that apathy would soon begin its creep into his mind.
  • This is a nice place to live, Sarah thought; a much simpler way of life exists here. The people here are friendly, courteous. Citizens of this kingdom, whom they didnt know, had taken them in for the night. For the entire night! How many people would do that in her neighborhood back home? The village they just left clearly had a strong economy, with merchants coming far and wide to trade their goods. Law and order seemed to be well established, so clearly the king and queen were doing a good job governing their people. She was starting to see why her husbands grandparents spent so much time here as opposed to their own world.
  • "I would go with you but on my honor I'm up to here"--and he pointed to his throat. "I'm galloping to the commander of the corps. How do matters stand?... You know, Count, there'll be a battle tomorrow. Out of an army of a hundred thousand we must expect at least twenty thousand wounded, and we haven't stretchers, or bunks, or dressers, or doctors enough for six thousand. We have ten thousand carts, but we need other things as well--we must manage as best we can!"
  • When he had gone out of the room a sudden consciousness of their respective positions fell on the other two. Reginal, Montague became acutely aware that he had been revealing an immense and incredible secret to a girl in his uncle's employment. Chloe became angrily conscious that she could not interrogate this young man as she would have done her own friends. This annoyed her the more because, compared with Lord Arglay's learning and amused observation, she knew him to be trivial and greedy. But she, though certain of greater affection for the Chief Justice than he had, was a servant and he a relation. She thought of the phrase again-"the Crown of Suleiman." The crown of Suleiman an Reginald Montague!
  • I sighed. "Thanks for being nice about it, but it's obviously my father's handiwork. This is what I don't understand - if they were already forcing my mom to draw up wards for them, why would they threaten dad so he made stuff for them, too?"
  • He gave me such a wry smile I could not find it in my heart to criticize. I wondered, though, how it might be in the desert, with my uncle and the doctor. would they be more formal?
  • Prior to 1992, Armenians would participate in the Olympics representing the USSR. As part of the Soviet Union, Armenia was very successful, winning plenty of medals and helping the USSR win the medal standings at the Olympics on numerous occasions. The first medal won by an Armenian in modern Olympic history was by Hrant Shahinyan (sometimes spelled as Grant Shaginyan), who won two golds and two silvers in gymnastics at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki. To highlight the level of success of Armenians in the Olympics, Shahinyan was quoted as saying:
  • "Range, I can take care of myself, I would have seen him long before he spotted me.No reason to worry."Sterlin seemed amused by Ranges concern.
  • "More years than any being can count, we encountered this very same situation. My brother, Lucifer, began plucking infants from the sea, infants that were not always Demons. At that time, we had no idea what they would become. Us Demons, the first of Beings, were terrified as they grew up and developed new powers, powers that we had never seen before. There was much talk about what to do about it. One of them posed the idea that they should be put to death. A vote was taken. Those of us who wanted to preserve the new lives were outnumbered by a single vote. An attempt was made to end the life of one of the new beings. We failed."
  • "The ninjas got me," she whined from beneath her leaves. Still she would not come out, such was her shame. "They threw me in here."
  • "I don't know," he was quoted as saying. "If I had to ... describe my feelings today, I would say that I am very concerned."
  • "The Count de Gobignon said we should force the fellahin to build the bridge. I declared that would be unworthy of Christian knights. Just as unworthy as this Greek fire would be, if we were to use it."
  • For France, which sees Northern Africa as its backyard and pays attention in order to protect its interests in this region, Islamist forces coming to power in Mali would mean a great disaster. Therefore France, which previously dismissed the request for support against the rebels in the Central African Republic, immediately responded to the call by the central government in Mali.
  • Up until that moment I was feeling pretty down, and suddenly understood why. "Actually, all I did was stumble around and screw up. If it werent for Tam-Lien, Aeshma would have won."
  • The sage slipped the picture under the folds of his sanafil at the waist and secured it with the sash. "You do not say! That, then, would explain the pell-mell flight of once-sanguine camel drivers." He tweaked his head to forty-five degrees off the perpendicular. "Eritrea is attacking Addis Ababa?"
  • Newspaper proprietors and some politicians, for example, have reacted against Levesons proposal to base a new press regulator on laws. They say that freedom of the press offers us protection from tyranny and that any legislation would undermine this protection.
  • Once inside the warehouse Tom and Bob follow Joe through the garage area and down a wood floored corridor to Joe's office at the far end where Mike predicted the meeting would take place. The microphone picks up their footsteps as they approach. David nods to Todd and gives a thumbs up gesture, the mic indeed is working.
  • Failure by the United States to fulfill its funding commitment for 2013 would be "a unilateral withdrawal of our transatlantic agreement and and the U.S. would be held financially liable," he wrote.
  • Indeed, the Captain explained those on watch would carry firearms, and should we see sign of dangerous beastsmountain bears or lions or whatever elseout would come the muskets. It infuriated them, of course, that the Caldridge men would remain under armseven Joslin, who looked like no warrior, and even I, a mere youth. Many a dark look came my way, both then and later.
  • I would assuredly be perforated again by screaming hot metal as I crawled or strained upright and limped towards the hut behind me. I lifted the gun to my left side- I would need my right free for any form of movement I chose. My left arm hot, swollen and stiff, I could not feel my hand. Like a taxidermist molding a subject into an eternal pose, I, with my right, forced my left hand, finger by finger, to open, then close around the gun stock, my index finger strung across the trigger in some just-in-case scenario pose that had no basis in reality.
  • I was as grateful to be released as I was to be rid of the burlap man. He clicked slowly past me into the dark labyrinth. The gate slammed shut behind him. I imagined the utter terror I would have felt if I had met that beast in the swallowing darkness, groping for his journal. As he turned his back to me for the first time I saw the origin of his pain, embedded in his spine and the base of his skull was a metal framework that resembled an iron snake. A stray drop of blood released its grip on the metal frame. He's still suffering. I wanted to help him, but I knew that his only respite would be death.
  • Jean Valjean laid his hand upon the detaining hand of Javert, and opened it as he would have opened the hand of a baby; then he said to Javert:--
  • He looked down at his scuffed sandals. "But it is hard." He knew he sounded petulant, like a baby and he did not like it. His father would not have liked to hear him speak so.
  • By comparison, the trustees report tells us that if we want to have Social Security fully funded for the rest of the century, it would take a tax increase of 1.3 percent on both the worker and the employer. This assumes that we make up the projected shortfall entirely by raising the payroll tax, as opposed to say, raising the cap on wages (currently around $110,000) that are subject to the tax. It also assumes no cuts whatsoever in scheduled benefits.
  • Holmes laughed softly to himself and stretched himself out upon the cushioned seat. "Both you and the coroner have been at some pains," said he, "to single out the very strongest points in the young man's favour. Don't you see that you alternately give him credit for having too much imagination and too little? Too little, if he could not invent a cause of quarrel which would give him the sympathy of the jury; too much, if he evolved from his own inner consciousness anything so outr as a dying reference to a rat, and the incident of the vanishing cloth. No, sir, I shall approach this case from the point of view that what this young man says is true, and we shall see whither that hypothesis will lead us. And now here is my pocket Petrarch, and not another word shall I say of this case until we are on the scene of action. We lunch at Swindon, and I see that we shall be there in twenty minutes."
  • Volatility is one measure used to assess the risk of a portfolio as it helps to describe the likely range of returns achieved by the fund. In statistical terms it is the standard deviation of the return distribution. Greater volatility of monthly fund returns means that there is a wider range of likely returns in the future, or greater uncertainty regarding the fund return. Most investors would equate this greater uncertainty with greater risk.
  • I'd opened my mouth, maybe to apologize, or possibly to scream for help, but it snapped shut at Alec's response. Moving faster than I would have believed possible, he'd spun around and fled through the door. Between one heartbeat and the next he disappeared into the darkness letting the door slam shut with enough force that the glass in the ceiling should have come down in a rain of razor edged shards.
  • "No I'm not. Up until I won the maze games, no one would even speak to me, let alone invite me to parties or eat lunch with me."
  • "I!" cried Favourite. "Ah! Do not say that even in jest! If you were to cease to love me, I would spring after you, I would scratch you, I should rend you, I would throw you into the water, I would have you arrested."
  • Besides all my traveling and discovering, I spent long periods of time observing my wife, daughter and brother as they lived their lives, grew old and died. The fear they each experienced before their deaths was palpable and I was helpless to console them, yet because I know the truth, I knew that they would simply be returning to the source and be blessed to carry on as whoever they are. You might be asking yourself if I greeted them upon their return. No, I did not and actually very few of us ever do. The odds of being in the right place at the right time are infinitesimally small and by the time that their turn arrives, we have invariably moved on.
  • "Of course, Majesty." Nadir Sharif stepped closer to Arangbar. "But perhaps it would be equally wise to let the feringhi rest somewhere near here. Perhaps at the old city." He turned and pointed toward the west. "There at Fatehpur. I think there may still be a few Sufi hermits there who could attend the shoulder until shikar is over. Then he could return with us."
  • "Well, at first I couldn't decide between pink or red or white. I mean any of them would have worked, but then I remembered that pink was her favorite color. So, of course it had to be pink. Luckily, I had a lot of that color in…"
  • "There he goes," said Holmes, as we watched the carriage swing and rock over the point. "There are limits, you see, to our friend's intelligence. It would have been a coup-de-matre had he deduced what I would deduce and acted accordingly."
  • He had been eleven when he disappeared. The Silent Blades looked for children between the ages of nine and twelve, old enough to show signs of skill but young enough to be trained. Tales of what those children went through - of how many died during their training period - were whispered even in remote villages like this one. Children who survived the training would be deadly assassins, weapons in the hands of the gods. Skilled in every weapon imaginable, fast and cunning and completely without mercy or remorse. Once initiated they would be scarred so that their faces were barely recognizable, and then they would never wear anything but black silk again.
  • Isaiah had every right to feel nervous, walking up to the de Vere castle the next day. His disguise was about to be tested. He wondered the things that would happen. Could something go horribly wrong? Could he accidentally reveal his femininity? Could a tiny mistake cost him from ever seeing Peter again?
  • "Yes, because it is just energy, unguided energy with no purpose of its own. I think, if I had been in full control of my Demon powers, I probably would have returned the magic and healed Levi. Since I dont…"
  • "We threw out your salad," Fenrir told me. "It didnt look very good anyway. However, Niko is willing to get you a sub or donuts or both if you would like."
  • Cerberus said on Tuesday it would sell Freedom Group, whose AR-15-type Bushmaster rifle was used by a 20-year-old gunman to kill 20 children and six staff in Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.
  • Mr Bennett had taken over and thoroughly revamped the venerable National Religious Party, which had shrunk to three seats in the outgoing parliament. He also co-opted members of the fading National Union, even further to the right, into his Jewish Home. Pollsters thought Mr Bennetts newfangled outfit would get as many as
  • She unfolded one hand and motioned to the jug. "I dont know how many of those youve gone through. Quite a few. At first we used sponges, but then when your wounds began to close up enough we filled the tub up with it and let you soak for a while." She wasnt looking at him as she talked. "You would have died, otherwise, of course. You lost a great deal of blood. You dont have very much blood in you right now, Russell Markson. You have water in your veins."
  • Andy Hayter, our lead underwater camera man, also seems to think that we may perhaps bepredatory targetsas you put it. The stainless steel spear fired into his left leg from some sort of high powered pneumatic underwater gun, has influenced his thinking to some extent in this regard. would you agree?’
  • "How simple it would be to cut her throat," the priest said waving his blade around."How much plainer can I make this?"
  • Imagine if Canada had stayed in Kyoto -- perhaps not meeting the target, but taking a best-efforts approach under the agreement. It would have implemented a cap-and-trade system that, with the use of carbon offsets and a price on carbon, would have cost-effectively driven oil-sands emissions down to conventional levels.
  • "I can answer that better than he will right now. Let him rest." Jillian said in a calm, soothing voice. "He knew the cost of manipulating the metal better than any of us. Your father and I didnt have a single clue because we dont have that affinity. We were only guessing as to how much power it required. Somehow Connor knew that since we expended so much energy on him, your mate knew that if we tried to do the same for you that all of us would die during the test. Plus you didnt eat with us so your reserves were already low. What was even more amazing was how much energy he had stored within him already, let alone how fast he poured it into you. Never in my life have I known anyone who could pull of a feat like this and still survive. Ive only seen a body glow like that on very rare occasions. When we mate for the first time and when we deliver our children. To glow like that shows he can contain much power."
  • But that would not bring Guido back. His heart was a ball of pain. He hugged his knees to his chest, trying to draw his body tightly together so that it would hurt less. He buried his face in his arms and sobbed bitterly, the paper with Guido's poem on it clenched in his fist.
  • "'It is not a very big plank,' said the Miller, looking at it, 'and I am afraid that after I have mended my barn-roof there won't be any left for you to mend the wheelbarrow with; but, of course, that is not my fault. And now, as I have given you my wheelbarrow, I am sure you would like to give me some flowers in return. Here is the basket, and mind you fill it quite full.'
  • When he said Allah would let him win again tomorrow, Roland realized, he spoke with such assurance that it never occurred to me to doubt him. What will become of the King and all the others?
  • The drizzle had by now grown into a heavy downpour, and as the prince quickly guided his horse along the cobbled city streets, he fought to recall the last time that rain had not fallen in Dargis. Months, it seemed, perhaps a year. The countrys climate had always been wet, but if the rain didnt break soon, the only indigenous crop they would have left to feed their people with would be mushrooms. Their beef and mutton outfits were still strong, but the rains had drowned the potato and wheat crops, foods that had always gained them a large exporting revenue. Thankfully, the Dargasians continued to trade plenty of wood, mainly ash and cypress, to the other countries, and in return gained various grains and vegetables that they could no longer grow themselves. The amount of local crops that had been destroyed by the unrelenting rains was incalculable.
  • Martin Lyons, CFO of Ameren Corp, an electric energy provider in the middle western part of the United States, said any increase in the tax rate would be detrimental to his company's stock price and cost of capital.
  • "There is one thing I constantly pray God to grant, mon cousin," she replied, "and it is that He would be merciful to him and would allow his noble soul peacefully to leave this..."
  • The American woman emerged from the house walking quickly, and looked at her suspiciously. She was still wearing her suit. Monique studied her carefully. She had a nice figure and wholesome face, but looked pushy and demanding. A powerful man would be repelled by her.
  • A price ceiling is a government-imposed limit on the price charged for a product. Governments intend price ceilings to protect consumers from conditions that could make necessary commodities unattainable. However, a price ceiling can cause problems if imposed for a long period without controlled rationing. Price ceilings can produce negative results when the correct solution would have been to increase supply. Misuse occurs when a government misdiagnoses a price as too high when the real problem is that the supply is too low. In an unregulated market economy price ceilings do not exist. Students may incorrectly perceive a price ceiling as being on top of a supply and demand curve when in fact, an effective price ceiling is positioned below the equilibrium position on the graph.
  • "I would rather it were only we three and no mules, but Captain believes we have a good chancefor the land's dry, and furthermore they are curious beasties. So might be they'll come, or might not. Time will tell."
  • Kate allowed her hand to stay in Alexs for longer than what would be considered customary. Alex wondered if perhaps she felt the same strange connection as well.
  • A "no" campaign would also battle test the opposition in advance of parliamentary elections, which the Islamists won last time largely because they were better organized. In this way, the opposition will be more likely to turn a probable loss in the referendum into a win down the road.
  • She had not thought beyond speaking out about Amalric. Somehow, Marguerite, once persuaded not to trust Amalric, would do the right thing.
  • The Tudor era saw prominent artists as part of their court, portrait painting which would remain an enduring part of English art, was boosted by German Hans Holbein, natives such as Nicholas Hilliard built on this. Under the Stuarts, Continental artists were influential especially the Flemish, examples from the period includeAnthony van Dyck, Peter Lely, Godfrey Kneller and William Dobson. The 18th century was a time of significance with the founding of the Royal Academy, a classicism based on the High Renaissance prevailedThomas Gainsborough and Joshua Reynolds became two of England's most treasured artists.
  • Amid the general cheer, consumers remain concerned by health-care costs. By a 38 percent to 10 percent margin, poll respondents say they expect to pay more for insurance premiums, co-pays or deductibles. Thirty-seven percent say their costs would remain the same.
  • I didn't want to admit it, but there was also a fear in the back of my mind that I would only do more harm than good by dancing. After all, I was directly responsible for the death of so many people because of my performance. Even though Jack had told me that it wasn't really my fault, that there was no way I could have known that I was a pawn in their sick plan to summon a demon, there was no denying that they couldn't have done it without me.
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