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- "I have seen it before, Sahib. The drivers all know and they are becoming afraid. We know the treachery of this river very well. But the other bank is near high ground. If we crossed tonight we would be safe." Again he shifted his head deferentially. "Will you please tell the raja?"
- It would take a dozen pages to enumerate all the reproaches the historians address to him, based on their knowledge of what is good for humanity.
- This change would give less sophisticated investors access to "crowdfunding" through the Internet, similar to how people donate money to projects through sites like Kickstarter. Just how creative these investments could get isn’t clear – the rules won’t be final until well into 2013. Theoretically, small-business owners could raise money from strangers or potential customers, says Clifford Holekamp, director of the Entrepreneurship Platform at Washington University's Olin Business School. A hundred people might each pitch in $100 to help keep a local coffee shop in business. Or college students might try to raise funds by promising 10 percent of future earnings to people who pay their tuition, he says.
- Lazerek was eager to depart.Other magicians in Akilade were asking questions about their missing colleague.They wanted to know where the man was and who had seen him last. Gidas knew very little of what had happened, but Lazerek seemed not to care one whit about the man.Gidas did notice, however, Lazerek was very much ready to leave the school. He would ask the mage about it later.
- "Look at me," Reizvolle said, "I am a hot blonde with a sexy foreign accent. You are a minor character that nobody knows the actual name of nor has anyone bothered to describe. Doing you would be an exercise in boredom, you lower middle-aged wench. You’re here to be a plot point. A reason to get that idiot here. You don’t think he really cares about you, do you? He can’t even remember your name."
- Crandall had poor Wendel cold, anyway. He'd picked some little bum, probably some once nice kid that had gone to hell, and fixed a solid rap against Wendel if Wendel bucked at the divorce. It must have been a once nice girl or the judge wouldn't have known her since her childhood. A trick like that would be simple; there's plenty of good kids go wacky when they're still too young to realize what it's all about. I gave Crandall credit; I figured he'd have that part of the frame air tight. He'd take pains with it; he'd have to. It was his ace in the hole, in case Wendel wouldn't go for the divorce settlement.
- Statutory Liquidity Ratio (SLR) The portion of net demand and time LIABILITIES that SCHEDULED commercial banks (excluding REGIONAL RURAL BANKS) must invest in specified financial ASSETS such as TREASURY BILLS and GOVERNMENT SECURITIES. The SLR indirectly serves as an instrument of credit control, by reducing the monetization of the DEFICIT that would have taken place if funds from the banking system were not statutorily pre-empted by the government sector.
- Roland sang on, because a strange notion had seized him that when he stopped singing Perrin would die. He kept his eyes on his fingers as they moved over the frets. As the moment to begin the final chorus approached, he looked again at Perrin. The young jongleur's eyelids were half shut and his quivering lips whispered gibberish as his head rolled in the King's lap.
- Seth took a deep breath, he had to make them understand how much trouble they were now in. "The High Council had information about Jaxon being a part of the prophecy. I had convinced them she wasn't. Not that they would ever listen to that underhanded son of a bitch, Pithview, but they were about to dismiss everything. The council was in my favor, until you appeared out of nowhere and kidnapped me. You have just become the number one enemy for the council now! You showed them your power! They are going to hunt you down and kill you!"
- It had been a complete accident. Even if it hadn’t Jeremy would not have been blamed for his actions. He was a sheltered child, with only one friend, and did not understand that other living creatures were frail. He’d never had a dog or a cat or fish with which to learn such things, as Mittens didn’t grace the Jeremiah household until Jeremy was twenty-two.
- "So, she isn’t entirely mortal, but the process has begun. None of us would have thought to start checking her if we hadn’t been told it would start early. This means we have two days before she is fully mortal, unless things progress at a break-neck speed. Not entirely out of the question," Anubis took a deep breath and let it out slowly.
- The vampire picked up his pace, moving through the lobby with a speed that made him all but invisible to the people he passed. Using the stairs would be faster than waiting for the elevator, and he raced up the flights, taking them two at a time.
- Leach: It has actually, in varying ways. One is we’re seeing farmers now having access to information about crop disease and other problems. If there’s a problem spreading in a particular part of the country, they can share it among different communities. We’re also seeing it in the sense that there’s access to information about pricing. Someone with a cell phone in Uganda can access the commodity exchange in Chicago and figure out what the price is for maize and actually be able to reap a greater benefit from their maize crop than they would have otherwise.
- "What trouble would it be to you?" he said. "I have not got one. Please get it for me and put it under for a moment," he pleaded in a piteous voice.
- "For whatever I’m doing." I yelled at him. He came to me. Sat down next to me. I touched him, I felt his energy begin to fill me. I touched the mark and felt it increase by a thousand. I screamed with the pain of it and shoved it into the earth. I collapsed. I couldn’t do anymore. But it had worked. The trees surrounding the house were alive. They were moving. They weren’t souls, but spirits of the living. I had awoken them. My mother would be so proud.
- The Dolphins and Whales waged a fierce war with each other. When the battle was at its height, a Sprat lifted its head out of the waves and said that he would reconcile their differences if they would accept him as an umpire. One of the Dolphins replied, "We would far rather be destroyed in our battle with each other than admit any interference from you in our affairs."
- This is what floats up confusedly, pell-mell, for the year 1817, and is now forgotten. History neglects nearly all these particulars, and cannot do otherwise; the infinity would overwhelm it. Nevertheless, these details, which are wrongly called trivial,-- there are no trivial facts in humanity, nor little leaves in vegetation,--are useful. It is of the physiognomy of the years that the physiognomy of the centuries is composed. In this year of 1817 four young Parisians arranged "a fine farce."
- I would like to thank Stephanie Weinbrecht who gave me the opportunity, courage and strength to take the giant leap into this new publishing world we find ourselves in. Without your constant support and encouragement, I wouldn’t be doing what I am today.
- "I’ll say! R’Tal! That’s where the king and queen live. Hon, I think ‘Nayan’ refers to the queen! That means that my grandparents knew the king and queen!" Steve thought a moment. "I would say this confirms our theory. Since their names are in my grandparents’ journal, and there appears to be an open invitation to return, then clearly they have come here before and obviously had a way to return home." He grabbed Sarah’s shoulders. "Honey, this is our proof!"
- "I ordered your belongings sent from the customs house this afternoon. You would honor me by staying here as my guest." Mukarrab Khan smiled warmly. "And now I would hear you play this English instrument."
- I didn't want to risk tripping and making my ankle worse, so I was paying especially close attention to where my feet were going. If I hadn't been looking down, I would have completely missed it. I still almost thought I'd imagined it, but there was no denying that Vincent's foot snaked out and nudged the ankle of the kid in front of him just hard enough to trip the smaller guy.
- The Portuguese government and army successfully resisted the decolonization of its overseas territories until April 1974, when a bloodless left-wing military coup in Lisbon, known as the Carnation Revolution, led the way for the independence of the overseas territories in Africa and Asia, as well as for the restoration of democracy after two years of a transitional period known as PREC (Processo Revolucionario Em Curso). This period was characterized by social turmoil and power disputes between left- and right-wing political forces. The retreat from the overseas territories and the acceptance of its independence terms by Portuguese head representatives for overseas negotiations, which would create independent states in 1975, prompted a mass exodus of Portuguese citizens from Portugal's African territories (mostly from Portuguese Angola and Mozambique).
- Adayzjia looked disappointed; the light hiding behind her eyes dimmed slightly. Liseli knew she felt awful about what had happened, just beside her Gateway, but that was something the goddess would have to live with. There was nothing she could do to fix what Alisiya had done.
- She reached across him and unbuckled his harness, pulled a lever on his door, then banked the plane sharply to the right. He fell against the door, pushing it open. He would have fallen out, but she caught and held his belt.
- "Ah, my boy, my head's in a whirl!" said the old man with a smile, as if he felt a little confused before his son. "Now, if you would only help a bit! I must have singers too. I shall have my own orchestra, but shouldn't we get the gypsy singers as well? You military men like that sort of thing."
- After the second day's march Pierre, having examined his feet by the campfire, thought it would be impossible to walk on them; but when everybody got up he went along, limping, and, when he had warmed up, walked without feeling the pain, though at night his feet were more terrible to look at than before. However, he did not look at them now, but thought of other things.
- "Something we need to look closer at," Jim shouted up to her, "What else would it be? Climb on down here. You’re going to be left behind as the focus is going to stay on me down here in the dark."
- I ended up calling Nobuko on Saturday in hopes that maybe she would still be willing to be my friend. She seemed to have recovered a bit, and I ended up hanging out with her for most of Saturday afternoon. We went back to the consignment shop and tried to goof off, trying on the ugliest dresses we could find, but we couldn’t maintain a lighthearted mood at all. We settled on going to her house and watching a depressing romance movie. I didn’t like romances at all, normally, but there was something so ridiculously tragic about the movie that I was able to lose myself in the story and tolerate it for a couple of hours.
- His new pursuit led him to the zodiac, and thence to the celestial sphere. Nights he would wonder aloud, staring upward lost in thought, muttering crabbily while the boy watched him dreamily, sleepy eyes falling. Karl was flustered by the idea of people and animals making up the constellations. In the first place, he found such descriptions absurd: those stellar patterns could have been anything, they could have been nothing. In the second place, they were curiously inactive for beings. He finally concluded, rightly, that they were just a lot of dumb stars encumbered by the perpetual silliness of human imagination.
- "Karay, ulyulyu!..." he shouted, looking round for the old borzoi who was now his only hope. Karay, with all the strength age had left him, stretched himself to the utmost and, watching the wolf, galloped heavily aside to intercept it. But the quickness of the wolf's lope and the borzoi's slower pace made it plain that Karay had miscalculated. Nicholas could already see not far in front of him the wood where the wolf would certainly escape should she reach it. But, coming toward him, he saw hounds and a huntsman galloping almost straight at the wolf. There was still hope. A long, yellowish young borzoi, one Nicholas did not know, from another leash, rushed impetuously at the wolf from in front and almost knocked her over. But the wolf jumped up more quickly than anyone could have expected and, gnashing her teeth, flew at the yellowish borzoi, which, with a piercing yelp, fell with its head on the ground, bleeding from a gash in its side.
- "That we would do anything for a plot," they sang together, "And there is no reason not to overact… We will do anything for a plot… And we’ll take the bottle and drink it all down…"
- He would tease Elizabeth for being so over protective of her charge. He would warm to this tall, very fit, black haired woman, and she to him.
- He set to work with trade-association allies to sell the cuts to the wider business community. Their pitch: Repealing estate taxes would be a boon to family-owned firms, and the income-tax cuts would lift small-business owners, whose profits are taxed via their personal returns.
- Some have erroneously accused John Paul II of affirming Pinochet's regime by appearing with the Chilean ruler in his balcony. However, Cardinal Roberto Tucci, the organizer of John Paul II's pilgrimages revealed that Pinochet tricked the pontiff by telling him he would take him to his living room, while in reality he took him to his balcony. Tucci claims that the pontiff was "furious."
- Butler understood Simon’s psychological manipulation of Katherine. It was obvious that he was trying to draw out every bit of terror from her soul. He knew if he warned Katherine not to succumb to Simon’s mental torture, both of them would suffer physically for spoiling his fun.
- It seemed odd their two attacks had failed. Maybe they hadn't maybe those first two attacks were just the preamble. The journal's entries were clear about the sisters’ ruthless methodical nature, why then would they act as wild monsters? Strange, something else might be influencing them. The only thing I didn't doubt was the success of their experiment, their aura of raw power was only matched by the terror they instilled. They'll be back.
- He would have liked to let them know he’d got here safely and hear about what had happened in St Germaine after he’d escaped.
- The idea is to create a tolerance zone within which the Fed would leave rates on hold. But economists think it would prefer not to risk confusing markets by making too many big announcements when it releases its policy decision on Wednesday, expected at 12:30 p.m. ET. The statement will be followed by a news conference with Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke.
- Mitch turned slowly, and paused an insolent moment before replying. "I haven't seen any traffic that would indicate we’re compromised."
- The line went dead, but Dave stayed exactly where he was, the receiver still held to his ear. He was still shaking, and it didn’t feel like he would ever stop. He could feel something horrible inside him, and he reached forward just in time to grab the trash can before he threw up.
- If you signal your departure too soon, it's possible the firm will find your replacement and push you out before you are ready. You may also be passed over for interesting projects or even pay raises (with attendant bump-ups in benefits) that you would have otherwise been awarded as a continuing employee.
- As I entered the chamber I saw the king’s physicians surrounding the bed and the queen was standing by the balcony clutching a worry shawl. I let out a loud howl and all eyes turned to me, including my friend, the king. "There you are!" he said, "I knew you wouldn’t run off and leave me!" I could see the king had his leg wrapped up tight with a stick inside the wrap. I could see pain on his face and my heart sank. "I was so stupid to think you had run away!" the king said, "So stupid!" He lay back on his headrest as I jumped to his side. He motioned for the physicians to leave and then the queen came over to the bed as well. "I don’t know what possessed me to think I should…" he paused, "I knew you would return to me, my friend." His eyes looked a bit droopy and I realized the physicians must have given him something to ease the pain. "Stupid chariot…." he said before he drifted to sleep, "Stupid wheel…"
- "Think about it, Doctor, what would she have said? What would any of them have said? They would want me to go on. Like I want them to have good lives and make the most of it. I should not linger here in grief, hidden away, while there are so many things to see, and do. So many things to set straight, so many others to help. They all took a chance when they decided to join me, but they gave everything they had. I should do no less.
- Still, if a drug-clouded mind was what it would take to avoid detection, it was a sacrifice worth making. Elodie loaded the pipe yet again, smiling to herself at the irony of the situation. Here she was, Elodie Sauveterre Dubois, the girl who’d dedicated her entire life to purifying her mind and body ready for this moment, sat in a bar in Amsterdam, stoned out of her mind. But worse than that, not only was she, the last of the twelve at liberty, forced to conceal her vibration in a drug-induced fog, but the role of crystal bearer had fallen into the hands of her untrained and infatuated, clueless neighbour.
- "Actually, they're not doing anything illegal and shooting them with a high joule ray gun might be construed as unprovoked assault in some quarters. Anyway, too much wind blown snow around between here and their cars, it would scatter the beam," says Todd.
- Amalric glanced at the long line of heretics extending from this spot on the slope almost to the gate of the fortress that had sheltered them. By Saint Dominic, how he loathed those Albigensians! They were like a flock of vultures, with their sharp faces and black robes. He could bear to look at them only because he knew he would shortly destroy them. He wished he could go among them swinging his sword like a harvester in a field of wheat, cutting down each and every man and woman himself. They could never be made to suffer enough to pay for the harm they had done to Christendom.
- Range pulled the Sword of Saddig free from its scabbard.The light pulsed inside, ready for battle."Then let’s test it. Everyone stay behind Rolin and me."Range said. He had no illusions. They were all dead, but they would fight to the very end.The mage might win the Sword from him tonight, but Range would make him pay dearly for it.
- Range stepped quickly to the wagon and pulled his sword from atop the supplies.He held it level as the rider drew near. His large frame was shaking with anticipation. Could he protect all three by himself? He was not certain. He had Mel crunch down into the front of the wagon. Miriam stepped behind the large oak with Zoe.Range felt better; if someone came upon him, they would hopefully think him alone.He glanced down at his sword and it made him think of the hidden one.
- "I am too fond of reading books to care to write them, Mr. Erskine. I should like to write a novel certainly, a novel that would be as lovely as a Persian carpet and as unreal. But there is no literary public in England for anything except newspapers, primers, and encyclopaedias. Of all people in the world the English have the least sense of the beauty of literature."
- "I left, skirting the patrols by going around the town and to the beach where Claudius was waiting for midnight before he would come to the inn. We started heading back towards the inn using alleys in the darkness. Neither Claudius nor I are familiar with these streets so in our confusion we stumbled right upon one of Avaritus’ patrols. One of them recognized Claudius and managed a slash at him. We had to run furiously through the woods and crisscrossing all around until we finally shook them off."
- "Me petition the Empewo'!" exclaimed Denisov, in a voice to which he tried hard to give the old energy and fire, but which sounded like an expression of irritable impotence. "What for? If I were a wobber I would ask mercy, but I'm being court-martialed for bwinging wobbers to book. Let them twy me, I'm not afwaid of anyone. I've served the Tsar and my countwy honowably and have not stolen! And am I to be degwaded?... Listen, I'm w'iting to them stwaight. This is what I say: 'If I had wobbed the Tweasuwy...'"
- Disagreement etched lines into Olympia’s face. "I will not throw away this family for revenge. Listen, Calista, I too wanted to avenge your father. We had worked upon it, Koisis and I. We were going to assassinate Avaritus, however futile and difficult it may have been but I realize now, as you must, that to attempt any such thing would be tantamount to suicide! I do not want to leave that man drawing breath any moment longer than necessary but neither would I have our own breaths halted in the quest for mindless retaliation."
- A Palestinian resolution that would change the Palestinian Authority's U.N. observer status from "entity" to "non-member state," like the Vatican, is expected to pass easily in the 193-nation U.N. General Assembly.
- Better ties with China would spur Japan’s economy without increasing its debt. That’s something you can’t say about Abe’s promise to forge ahead with a "large" extra budget -- estimated at anywhere from 5 trillion to 10 trillion yen --and push the Bank of Japan to double its inflation target to 2 percent and increase asset purchases. Japan’s levels of public debt, already the world’s highest, are projected to be 230 percent of gross domestic product in 2014.
- Mr. Pilkington, of Foxwood, had stood up, his mug in his hand. In a moment, he said, he would ask the present company to drink a toast. But before doing so, there were a few words that he felt it incumbent upon him to say.
- "And Nichneven, well, she was just nutty as a fruitcake. Lovely woman, didn’t like clothing or Humans or Witches or Elders so she treated us all with disdain and sarcasm, which I suppose was part of her charm. Not only did she do nightly nude rides, but she liked to curse objects along the path with simple curses. The next day, some poor soul would pick up the object and for a week he’d have a tail or pointy ears or only be able to eat food that was green in color." Gabriel smiled. "But she had charm to her. I had her do a great many spells for me. I always enjoyed her blunt, almost rude, company. She was a breath of fresh air in a stale time."
- If he did not at once give his consent to a reunion with his wife, it was only because in his state of depression he did not feel able to take any step. Had his wife come to him, he would not have turned her away. Compared to what preoccupied him, was it not a matter of indifference whether he lived with his wife or not?
- "'I should be happy to advance it without further parley from my own private purse,' said I, 'were it not that the strain would be rather more than it could bear. If, on the other hand, I am to do it in the name of the firm, then in justice to my partner I must insist that, even in your case, every businesslike precaution should be taken.'
- Last year he went quite alone into a country of robbers. He would not take us. He was absent for a fortnight. On his return nothing had happened to him; he was thought to be dead, but was perfectly well, and said, "This is the way I have been robbed!" And then he opened a trunk full of jewels, all the jewels of the cathedral of Embrun, which the thieves had given him.
- "Noooo . . . . I don’t know." Liseli shrugged and smiled wryly. "It’d be nice if they had horses; I’m sick of walking, walking, walking. I don’t know why anyone would do this if they could afford better . . . ."
- The silence that followed would have felt awkward to Dave back when he was still trying to feel like he cared for her. Now, though, it didn’t bother him at all. He wondered whether it bothered her, but he found that he didn’t really care either way. A few weeks ago, he probably would have hoped that it did bother her, all the while suspecting that it didn’t. That would have upset him, then, but it didn’t now. In fact, he almost found it funny, especially when he thought how desperately Belinda had probably wanted to be rid of him for the last couple of years. He really had no idea why their marriage had lasted as long as it had. But not to worry. It wouldn’t last much longer.
- Nothing worked. Nothing would ever work again. Everything fell apart. Her hearing aids were of that same magical stuff as everything else from the revolution, so it followed that they would die too.
- Collaborative Planning, Forecasting and Replenishment. Relatively modern supply chain management term, sometimes more fully expressed as CPFDR (Collaborative Planning, Forecasting Demand and Replenishment). Alternatively and less likely: Continuance Policy - Domestic Relations Division (related to legal process in Philadelphia County USA). Or it's also a US Engineering qualification, or a microbiological term for a Mitochondrial-type Ferredoxin Oxidoreductase, when it would be shown as CpFdR.
- "Nope," I said casually. Neither one of us moved. Ask him? Don’t ask him? would he tell me? Should I just let it go? Ask him. "So how does someone like yourself manage to get leverage over Lady Magmilan?" His smile grew.
- The siege was over. They had stopped a mighty war machine all because Peter was more genius than the English were strong. The men didn’t know it, but their victory would echo down the ages. The siege’s ghost would haunt every English civil war from then on out.
- It was already late when he rose after sealing the letter. He wished to sleep, but he knew he would not be able to and that most depressing thoughts came to him in bed. So he called Tikhon and went through the rooms with him to show him where to set up the bed for that night.
- So what to do? One way to break the curse is to route public money through what we might call an Expecto Patronum license -- named after the powerful defensive charm in the Potter series. Under the license, public money takes the form of a conditional loan rather than a grant or tax break. After five years, producers have a choice: Pay back the loan or re-release the film under a Creative Commons attribution license, which would allow it to be shown freely.
- To be sure, the U.S. would not be breaking new ground in creating mandatory defined contribution savings plans. Such plans exist in several countries outside the U.S. And "these hold lessons about plan features we are wise to adopt and flaws we are wise to avoid," he wrote.
- He thought of his ex-wife. She had been thirty years younger than him and still he had cheated on her with half a dozen women. She had divorced him, taken half his money and was now living with her twenty-year-old lover in San Diego. If he survived this he would go to her and beg for forgiveness.
- "So you agree with him?" The warm feeling of family was vanishing quickly, a bubble that popped as soon as it was touched. "You would let Father’s death go without vengeance?"
- Still, despite Benedict’s glee at maybe bringing down Peter, he was still wary. The rebels had been lucky so far, but they have been clever too. They had outwitted him at every turn and he didn’t want to be their next victory. So he picked Richard Norton to lead the negotiations instead. If someone had to die that day, he guessed it would have to be Norton. Of course, Benedict didn’t talk about his fears. And Norton, as slimy as he was, didn’t ask. All Norton could think about was being the person who negotiated with the rebels and ended the siege. If that didn’t win Norton some favor with King Humphrey, he didn’t know what will.
- By the time I made it into English and sat down next to Britney, my heart felt like it was going to seize up. Mr. Whethers walked into class a few seconds after the bell rang, took one look at his already-perspiring students, and told us all to go ahead and spend the time reading rather than worrying about trying to focus on a lecture. It was a nice gesture, and normally I would have appreciated it, but I'd just finished Wuthering Heights, and knew that flipping the book back open wasn't going to help distract me. Unwilling to spend another hour in worry, I let my thoughts drift over to another, dangerous area.
- Susan flopped onto the lounge in Ben’s resort room and put her bare feet on the coffee table. ‘Yesterday these Chinese guys in a rubber boat pulled up at the platform and told our chief technical engineer to pack up and piss off. He told them to take a hike or he would call the Police. They have Government permission to film there. A bigger rubber boat turned up late this evening with more Chinese and divers and you know the rest.’
- "These avalanches," the king went on, "have been centered primarily around the city of Crysmir, although the wizards residing there have thankfully been able to deflect much of the damage. We have only just recently discovered their cause." He paused dramatically. "It would appear that Queen Jeptha Pavula of Gaal has ordered this attack by her sorceresses, although her reasons for doing so remain unclear to us."
- She wandered over to the fire and rotated the fish so that it was cooking evenly. Baffled, she inspected the rypo. It was just now starting to blister, so her husband couldn’t have been gone for more than a minute or two. Where did he get this? Back at the lake? That would be at least an hour’s walk!
- "That's a true friend!" said Helene beaming, and again touching Bilibin's sleeve. "But I love them, you know, and don't want to distress either of them. I would give my life for the happiness of them both."
- As everything settled down Jenny stood up and put the dishes in the sink. She then told Connor "Your Cap and Gown came in this morning. I though you would like to try them on before tomorrow. And the special package also arrived."
- Sara walked past the clerk into the first row of shelves; books instantly surrounded her. She looked at the used paperbacks that were stacked on top of each other, their spines facing out. The smell of old paper made her eyes and nose burn and itch. Walking down the narrow aisle looking at the titles, she hoped that no one would venture her way; there would barely be enough room for them to pass each other.
- Lout got very excited. "Can we have rabbits at our place, George? Can we George? I would feed ’em and take care of ’em. And can I pet the rabbits, George? Can we have rabbits and I can pet them? Please George, please."
- Range and Cortibis stood. Range looked at King Rexillion.He was a fit man with a heavy brow and sharp eye.He had the kind of face that would just as easily fit a king as a farmer, open and honest.This was his king. Just a man.
- "It would be no surprise that the views of parliamentarians and the views of Australians tend to reflect the diversity of views in the Middle East itself," Gillard said, carefully. "I don’t think it is any surprise that here in Australia, people reflect those differences."
- The Pentagon announced last year that it would stop funding the program after fiscal 2013, calling it unaffordable in the current budget climate.
- A team of researchers from the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science has developed a lightweight device called the iTube, which attaches to a common cell phone to detect allergens in food samples. The iTube attachment uses the cell phone's built-in camera, along with an accompanying smart-phone application that runs a test with the same high level of sensitivity a laboratory would.
- He grabbed her arm. "There is something else." He swallowed. "I am Thetis’ son and for her, I have been trying to seduce you, to make you fall in love with me so you would not leave Atlantis." His face crumpled miserably. "I am so sorry, Calista. You do not deserve it and I hope you will permit me to atone for it any way I can."
- Except there wasn’t. If she didn’t write the letter, Madeline would kill her. Also, this might be the only way Sebastian would find out what had happened to her.
- Sarah walked over to Connor walking past Mark, without another glance. She wrapped her arm around his and together they watched what would happen. "Was this what you were hiding from me?"
- Tynon shook his hand, nodding. "No thanks are necessary, and I wish you much further success." His tone took on a slight edge. "However, it would be very unwise for you to dismiss the conversation we had on the night of your arrival in Cimbron."
- "So we have won our point. And you won the wager, Inglish. Still, you won only because of my haste. Tomorrow you would not have known. Do you admit it?"
- He sat awhile in the hut joyfully recalling the details of his expedition and vividly picturing to himself what would happen next day.
- "Even after the buyback, Greece’s end-2012 net debt-to-GDP ratio of over 160 percent of GDP remains onerous," S&P said in the statement. "Nevertheless, subject to Greece meeting program conditions, euro zone member states have said they would significantly improve official lending terms to the government."
- They normally breakfasted and went to their respective offices. At times, he came in to show her some figures and projections, or she would go there, and inquire about some entry in the estate books. They went out, riding, inspecting, and she noted that many times Damien went out after lunch; she would see him with Tom, by the stables, talking, laughing while he brushed down the stud.
- Smiling back, Hadrian answered, "Do you know anyone who would buy a horse? He’s a good one." Or perhaps it is a she, Hadrian mused. No, definitely a she. A man would never have that kind of knowing smirk on his face.
- Dave spent most of Saturday on the internet with Liza, searching for a target. The Yellow Pages didn’t turn up anything promising, and neither did the news. They agreed on the guidelines early on. No banks. Nothing with heavy security. Nobody who couldn’t stand to lose the money. And preferably, someone who was enough of a prick that everyone would be secretly glad to see them lose their money if the story ended up hitting the news. It was a shame, Dave said to Liza after a couple of hours of searching, that there weren’t any incredibly wealthy politicians in New Zealand. That would be seeing justice done, but as it was, none of them really had anything worth stealing. Nothing portable, anyway. Making off with a house would be a neat trick, but it was probably beyond them.
- As I glanced at her every few seconds I realized that it wasn’t the way she was dressed that bothered me so much as it was the way she held herself. Like she knew that she was better than everyone else and wasn’t afraid to act like it, and that she could dress the way she did and no one would bother her about the message it gave; that she could harass Jack – who originally gave me the impression that no one got the better of him – and he wouldn’t say anything to stick up for himself. Though I wasn’t fond of Jack, I was even less fond of this girl.
- It was apparent to Kobi that the meeting was breaking up and that he had to make a decision. He knew where the exchange would occur but not when. If he let these people out of his sight in order to go to the authorities, he would have no chance of finding them again. Even if he did, the authorities might not believe him or even have resources they could spare. In the end, he decided to follow the Europeans with whom the LRA had met. He knew that the Europeans were the source of the guns and, as much as the artifacts were important to him, it was far more important to prevent the LRA from getting the arms. If he was lucky, he might be able to retrieve the artifacts at the same time.
- "I'll tell you what, my dear fellow," said Prince Andrew, who evidently also felt depressed and constrained with his visitor, "I am only bivouacking here and have just come to look round. I am going back to my sister today. I will introduce you to her. But of course you know her already," he said, evidently trying to entertain a visitor with whom he now found nothing in common. "We will go after dinner. And would you now like to look round my place?"
- He skulked through the shadows, pretending he was Odysseus returning to Ithaca in disguise to fight Penelope’s suitors. What he would give for a long flowing beard and bedraggled cloak. But no one paid any heed to the small, dark-haired boy who could have been any urchin in his rough clothes. He smelled the sweetness of hay, rankness of manure, and he knew the stable was close. He came closer and could see the horses flicking their tails in their sleep. He tapped softly on the stable door and hid around a corner.
- I tried to turn it into a kiss, but he deftly avoided my attempt, burying his face in my hair. "I'd like to, I truly would, but I don't think that would be fair to you. Even letting that happen was a mistake. I've never come so close to losing control."
- "The key time, Cam — the time which would vastly change history, the one incident a few trained and determined men could affect—"
- Sarah smiled. Her husband had always told her that he didn’t like to be the center of attention at any type of party. But watching the way he was smiling and joking with everyone present, she would have to argue the point. He was completely comfortable being in the spotlight, that’s for sure!
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