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  • I wish this fog would dissipate. How can you stand like that, with the wind swirling the snow straight into your eyes? I can feel it melting into my hair. Its colder than ever. Im so very cold. I dont care. Ill be with my daughter soon, and thats all I -
  • "Ms. Sarah." He still laughed softly. "Just put it on, Im more worried about your health. Youre quite frail next to me and not only that, Im far too large to fit into under this little poncho. It is kids size compared to me." He smiled in reassurance. "Put it on." And for some reason she felt that same odd reaction in her body again. For some reason she responded to him on some strange level she never belt before. Sarah took the poncho gratefully out of his hands, and also feeling very relieved that he showed up to help when he did. She felt even more relief when he shot a smile that shook her to her very core. To hide the sudden heat in her cheeks she unfolded and slid the poncho on all the while feeling as if the tips of her ears would burst in flames.
  • At MATURITY, an investor receives the face value. So, the return consists of the DISCOUNT, i.e., the excess of face value over the issue price. Thus, zero-coupon bonds are a sub-set of the group of DEEP DISCOUNT BONDS. The advantage with this security to an investor is that, he does not have to worry about reinvestment, since there are no periodic inflows. Similarly, a company need not bother about meeting interest obligations at regular intervals, and yet would obtain tax deduction.
  • The splitting or dividing of shares to reduce the price needed for the formation of a round lot (To illustrate, in a 2-for-1 split, when 1 shares splits into 2, an investor would receive one additional share for each he formerly owned.)
  • I had been on other chariot rides before with the young king to be, but never had they passed this way. The river was loaded with barges that drifted and made their way to distant markets. We saw great stone statues along the way and more as they approached the Valley of the Kings. As we entered the area I could feel eyes upon us, and this brought me to full alert. They tied up the chariot and walked to the tomb area, the queen noted that construction was going well on the tomb that would hold her and Akhenaten when they passed. They saw that a few articles scattered about proved the thieves were busy as well. This left an impression on the young boy and gave him some ideas as to how better protect his tomb when the time came.
  • Would she go to prison? Even the risk of incarceration was better than spending the rest of her life under the same roof as him. Perhaps, in hindsight, she should have murdered Jackson a long time ago. He never would have let her go. Whatever happened, however carefully she planned, Jackson would always have been one step ahead of her. Even if shed gotten away from him, Serenity would have looked over her shoulder for the rest of her life, seeing his face in every man she met, wondering when he would eventually catch up with her.
  • line - nature of business - dates back to the scriptures, when a line would be drawn to denote the land or plot of tribe; 'line' came to mean position, which evolved into 'trade' or 'calling'.
  • Who then? Aelfcild would have donehaving shown the right attitude, so to speakbut the Eyetie offered to take the man's whole familyhis old mum and three kids. Look at him there, hopping along with his boy chasing him. He envied them, he did would liked to have a brat of his own.
  • "Yes, yes, do that," he replied to various proposals. "Yes, yes: go, dear boy, and have a look," he would say to one or another of those about him; or, "No, don't, we'd better wait!" He listened to the reports that were brought him and gave directions when his subordinates demanded that of him; but when listening to the reports it seemed as if he were not interested in the import of the words spoken, but rather in something else--in the expression of face and tone of voice of those who were reporting. By long years of military experience he knew, and with the wisdom of age understood, that it is impossible for one man to direct hundreds of thousands of others struggling with death, and he knew that the result of a battle is decided not by the orders of a commander in chief, nor the place where the troops are stationed, nor by the number of cannon or of slaughtered men, but by that intangible force called the spirit of the army, and he watched this force and guided it in as far as that was in his power.
  • "Not only is it something Im considering, Id love to do it," the president said on Bloomberg Television in his first interview since winning re-election. "Its something I would have loved to have done in the first term."
  • "Well, Mr Rosewater, I must say that Im disappointed. I felt sure that you would see sense if you had a little time to think about it."
  • As the king seemed to ponder her words, Avillas gaze slid over to the wizard Rolin, a person whose presence she had always found more than a little intimidating. The man simply looked formidable, and would do so even if he did not wear the white robes of his order. Easily the tallest man she had ever seen, he had wide shoulders and a thick but trim frame that gave one the impression that running into him would be the equivalent of hitting a stone wall. His age appeared around sixty, his hair a stunning glory of radiant silver that hung nearly to his waist, his eyes a sharp light brown. Surely, much of the kings confidence came from having such an impressive weapon at his side.
  • Knowing she would regret speaking once she did it, Jasmine answered her, "please, I need to see." She managed to scrape out as she pointed toward the mirror on the wall.
  • Crandall kept that irritating grin. "Now how would I know what Mrs. Wendel wants? What her idea of fair and reasonable is? After all, Wendel is wealthy, or so I understand."
  • hand over fist - very rapidly (losing or accumulating, usually money) - from a naval expression 'hand over hand' which Brewer references in 1870. Hand over hand meant to travel or progress very quickly, usually up or down, from the analogy of a sailor climbing a rope, or hauling one in 'hand over hand'. The expression extended to grabbing fistfuls of money sometime after 1870 (otherwise Brewer would almost certainly have referenced it), probably late 19th century.
  • Repeated rebel assaults on gas pipelines in Deir Ezzor, which feed treatment and power plants, forced a halt in operations at a number of generators with a total capacity of 1,500 megawatts, Minister of Electricity Imad Khamis said in a statement carried by Sana on Nov. 26. That meant that power rationing would continue as before, he said, without giving additional details.
  • "There's nothing to be done, we'll have to wake him," said Shcherbinin, rising and going up to the man in the nightcap who lay covered by a greatcoat. "Peter Petrovich!" said he. (Konovnitsyn did not stir.) "To the General Staff!" he said with a smile, knowing that those words would be sure to arouse him.
  • "Well, I certainly appreciate your gun-ho attitude towards this new artist, but in the future, I think following protocol would be the wisest action. I do know your reputation speaks for itself and I'm sure your eye for art is quite refined, but I'd still like to be the one to call the shots. Otherwise the big guns will question why they're paying me!"
  • The heat of the tea burning his hands and stomach was the most awful thing he had ever felt. It seared at him for a second while he wished that it wouldnt, that it would cool down and stop hurting him, and then it did. His parents had woken up when they heard the crash, but by the time they arrived in the hallway, Dave was sitting and crying in the middle of the wreckage of the tea tray and a puddle of cold tea.
  • "You do not understand the power of this Sword, I think.Bellatrix enables the wielder to unlimited physical resources, and unmatched fighting prowess.Range could have taken on all six of you and not breathed hard. No one knows to what extent, or how many fighters he could embattle before it would be too many, but it is a good number. However, once he puts the Sword down, his fatigue returns.He will feel the utter weariness of his battles.If he fought for three days, non-stop and then put the sword down, he would probably be dead from fatigue.If he battled one day, then he would pass out as soon as he let go of the Sword and would be out for about a day.The body seeks recompense."
  • Margaret cleared her throat gently and said, "I would have taken you up on your offer, but it felt as if I wasnt welcomed in your home."
  • "Hon, they were your family. Youre the self-appointed family historian. Im sure its okay. Besides," she pointed out, "I dont think they would care. Theyre dead!"
  • How stupid,’ said Ben softly but he thought about the statement some more and realised that it would be flattering for a customer to see, even if they werent important.
  • Kutuzov alone would not see this and openly expressed his opinion that no fresh war could improve the position or add to the glory of Russia, but could only spoil and lower the glorious position that Russia had gained. He tried to prove to the Emperor the impossibility of levying fresh troops, spoke of the hardships already endured by the people, of the possibility of failure and so forth.
  • "Yes a full month. There is something special I would like to do during this time. It will cost a little bit, but I will find a way to work it all off for you." Connor stared straight ahead while speaking. He then rolled down the window and rested his right arm on the windowsill, letting the whipping motion of the wind caress his face as the truck went down the road. Connor has always loved the rapid breeze that comes from an open window, it feels almost like one is flying.
  • "Will she? Who is there with her? The Genoese undoubtedly will want to go home. The elderly knights will advise her to flee. And perhaps they will be right. Perhaps it would be better for her and for the kingdom if they were to flee now."
  • I would love to live among those people again and be a part of their community. It would be a great place to raise Morgen. After I put her to bed, I fire up the computer and search for jobs on Salt Spring. Nothing but a housekeeper at a local resort and a live-in caretaker for an elderly woman. No professional jobs; nothing that would warrant moving all the way out there. Ill keep looking, I decide. Its a small island and there arent many opportunities for professional positions, but maybe something will come up.
  • Stewart Shaw flew out of his chair like a demented banshee and rushed onto the bedroom set. He looked up at Brenda and screamed, ‘You follow the damn script! If I had wanted your boobs in this shot I would have put them in the shot. I run this bloody show, not you.’
  • "Absolutely. I loved this woman so deeply that if she found pleasure somehow in some way, it was my pleasure also. I said I would welcome the baby most warmly."
  • "Well, tonight, hes going out. With someone that was supposedlyjust a friendwhenever my mother was sicka friend he was with more than he was with my mother in her final days," Kate said, an outraged tone in her voice. "So, I said that he never loved mom. That he should have been there, he should have been the one to say goodbye. She cried when she found out that he wasnt coming. Her last hours were spent crying with me attempting to comfort her. She was the one that kept saying it would be okay. She was the strong one, dying, while my father hid like a coward."
  • By now the boy was too mesmerized to think about anything else but the pleasurable here and now. He ate a hearty meal of Luchis and fried eggplants, followed by homemade coconut sweets. She then gave him a drink of a special kind of milk which she said would make him feel happy. After the big meal he felt sleepy. The girl took him to her bed - right behind Chhin'nomosta - and asked him to lie down. Then she lay down next to him.
  • I didn't recognize the vehicle, which was a bad sign. It was a light-eating black, and emitted the throaty roar of a sports car. The windows were tinted; I could see that much out of the corner of my eye without acknowledging that it was there. That really seemed like the best course. Maybe if I pretended he wasn't there, the driver would just go away.
  • Hutch was floating in and out of consciousness and Hamilcar wished to join him but could not. The constant aching in his stomach reminded him that he had not eaten in almost five days.The churning would grow so great at times that he would almost retch.His mind swam about the tent, relishing the coolness.He realized that it was not really cool in the tent, but in comparison to outside it was the middle of winter.Was this how the Zmarly had become acclimated to the heat?Who cared?
  • "Hopefully the bully will get a concussion. Better yet! Brother would knock him into a coma. Oh, and maybe Brother will break their bones like dry twigs." Kara squeaked and grinned up at Jenny innocently.
  • Vasant Rao had already summoned the Rajputs and made assignments for the evening guard duty. Guards were to be doubled. Hawksworth remained astounded by the Rajput concept of security. A large kettledrum was set up at the head of the camp and continually beaten from dusk to dawn. A detail of Rajputs would march around the perimeter of the camp throughout the night, and on the quarter hour a shout of "khabardar," meaning "take heed," would circle the camp. The first night Hawksworth had found it impossible to sleep for the noise, but the second night and thereafter his weariness overtook him.
  • The six mounted guards who, by Amalric's orders, here accompanied her everywhere, were probably cursing her for dragging them out in this weather. They'd rather be drinking wine and toasting their feet at a fire. But this was occupied country, and the patriots of Languedoc still struck at the invader from time to time. It would be foolish for the wife of the royal seneschal to go riding in the hills around Beziers alone, and so they must perforce don their heavy helmets and hauberks, buckle on their swords, and ride along with her.
  • "Lucifer," Gabriel walked over to him. "While it might seem risky to send you to Europe while this happens, it would be worse if she began channeling your energy and something devastating happened as a result. She could burn down entire city blocks. Or Daniels…"
  • Rich itself, when he arrived there, seemed to be similarly, but rather more angrily, engaged. There were groups in the streets and at the doors; there were dialogues and conversations proceeding everywhere. There were policemen--a number of policemen--moving as unnoticeably as possible through the slightly uncivil population. In fact it was, Doncaster thought, as much like the morning after the night before on a generous scale as need be. It occurred to him that he would go round and see Mrs. Ferguson's sister on his way; it would be interesting to know whether she remained in her recovered health -if he could reach her, of course, because as he wandered towards her street the groups seemed, in spite of the continually pacing police, to be larger and more numerous. The street itself however was passable, though not much more, and he had just turned into it, when he was startled into a pause by a high shrill voice some distance off which called over the street, "Where's the Stone? Take me to the Stone."
  • And yet it is difficult to imagine an historical character whose activity was so unswervingly directed to a single aim; and it would be difficult to imagine any aim more worthy or more consonant with the will of the whole people. Still more difficult would it be to find an instance in history of the aim of an historical personage being so completely accomplished as that to which all Kutuzov's efforts were directed in 1812.
  • "Try it and hell rip you to pieces," Kaymin told her warningly. "And I will make no move to stop him." Woman or not, she was threatening his wizard. He would do no differently than what hed claimed.
  • "Taking all things into consideration, Sire, there is nothing to be feared from these people. They are as heedless and as indolent as cats. The populace is restless in the provinces; it is not in Paris. These are very pretty men, Sire. It would take all of two of them to make one of your grenadiers. There is nothing to be feared on the part of the populace of Paris the capital. It is remarkable that the stature of this population should have diminished in the last fifty years; and the populace of the suburbs is still more puny than at the time of the Revolution. It is not dangerous. In short, it is an amiable rabble."
  • Elaine saw that he would, and that she would be the recipient of his goodwill whether she liked it or not. She didnt argue, just lowered her eyes and said, "Thank you. You should probably wait until youve finished your quest, and are on your way back to Camelot."
  • Dave squirmed a little in his seat, wishing that Jean would talk a little more quietly, but nobody seemed to be paying them any attention. He clinked glasses with Liza and Jean, and then drank. He wasnt usually much of a scotch drinker, but this was certainly going down well. He took another large swallow and settled back into the corner of the booth.
  • She moved on, holding branches for Roland so they would not fly back in his face. She stepped nimbly over roots and rocks. Her body moved briskly, but her soul was heavy.
  • A Kid, returning without protection from the pasture, was pursued by a Wolf. Seeing he could not escape, he turned round, and said: "I know, friend Wolf, that I must be your prey, but before I die I would ask of you one favor you will play me a tune to which I may dance." The Wolf complied, and while he was piping and the Kid was dancing, some hounds hearing the sound ran up and began chasing the Wolf. Turning to the Kid, he said, "It is just what I deserve; for I, who am only a butcher, should not have turned piper to please you."
  • Lazerek scrunched his face.The oddest thing: normally Lazerek would have already blown his cool by now, yet here he was, holding back. Why? Gidas once more wondered just exactly what was going on here.
  • A member state of the United Nations since 1955, Portugal is also a founding member of NATO (1949), OECD (1961) and EFTA (1960); it left the latter in 1986 to join the European Economic Community, that would become the European Union in 1993. In 1996 it co-founded the Community of Portuguese Language Countries (CPLP), which seeks to foster closer economic and cultural ties between the world's Lusophone nations.
  • Seeing confusion on their guestsfaces, the queen explained. "A wyverie is a person that is immune to dragons. No dragons would do him harm, even if they wanted to."
  • "There's a briefing in my room tonight. Got it, pie head? Don't be late," Wolfgang barked, clearly sore about her being accepted on the team. It showed through his gritted teeth. Headmistress assured her later in the day that the meetings were only to acclimate them for the game. Alana felt there would be more horseplay than meeting.
  • What am I thinking? He wants to kill me! And once Eric is safe, I will let him. That was the deal.’ She knew that if she ran, Eric would never be safe; Vincent would go after him to get to her. ‘What would Matt say?’ she thought as she rolled to her side, and she answered herself: ‘He would say that Id better stop reading those horror novels.’ Sleep slowly pulled her down into its murky depths.
  • In nominating former U.S. Attorney Mary Jo White to run the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, President Barack Obama said he was sending a signal that the regulator would be tough on Wall Street.
  • "I don't have a specific timeline for you for what the president will do moving forward," spokesman Jay Carney told a briefing. "I would simply refer you to his remarks last night when he talked about the action he hoped to take to engage the American people ... in the coming weeks."
  • The stranger sighed a deep, exasperated sigh. "I don't like this. I'm only helping you out of respect, you know. Here are the materials you wanted. You should come back to the school once in a while, I think it would help. And I'm serious - I really think you should have one of the students helping you out. I don't believe in 'balance' or whatnot the way you do, but you obviously take it very seriously. I'll see you later, Geth."
  • "How do you want us to do this? Just dump it out or would you like to take the pieces out and hand it out yourself?"
  • Katherine knew that if the gunmen stopped shooting, the bubbles from their air tanks would lead the gunmen directly to any place the pair tried to hide. Her heart was pounding and she had to increase the flow of air through her regulator to accommodate her rapid breathing.
  • Her hand shook as she put pen to paper. How could she give him her location without Madeline realizing. She wracked her brain, but nothing would work. She wanted to come up with something smart, but she couldnt figure out a way to say, ‘Help, Im in a hangar at the airport!’ without writing exactly that.
  • They instituted a search in the churches of the neighborhood. All the magnificence of these humble parishes combined would not have sufficed to clothe the chorister of a cathedral properly.
  • "He brought round both hat and goose to me on Christmas morning, knowing that even the smallest problems are of interest to me. The goose we retained until this morning, when there were signs that, in spite of the slight frost, it would be well that it should be eaten without unnecessary delay. Its finder has carried it off, therefore, to fulfil the ultimate destiny of a goose, while I continue to retain the hat of the unknown gentleman who lost his Christmas dinner."
  • "I am not sure," he said, shaking his head. "I thought perhaps you would be able to tell me what I should do. I want to try to save Diane. I am not asking you to help me. I would not expect that. It is just that... I must try." He searched Guido's warm brown eyes for help as he talked.
  • The world we live in would be wondrous to mid-20th-century Americans. It just isnt wondrous to us. One reason is that we long ago ceased to notice some of the most unexpected innovations.
  • And now,’ said Akira, ‘if I sent you both into an affray, you would move as one powerful force together. Unified. Your moves Yana, and disciplined approach to this project, notwithstanding being partnered with an opponent of dubious fighting fidelity, has earned you the honour of third dan.’
  • There have been other developments of import concerning NBFCs. An expert group was constituted by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), to develop an appropriate supervisory framework for those NBFCs that purvey credit. It is headed by P.R. Khanna, a member of the Advisory Council to the BOARD FOR FINANCIAL SUPERVISION. Among other recommendations, it has prescribed a system of off-site surveillance, a supervisory rating system as well as legislation that would enable the RBI to effectively regulate NBFCs and deal with their financial health and viability. Further, as per RBI's new regulatory framework introduced in January 1998, the focus of regulatory and supervisory attention is on those NBFCs that accept public deposits. Further, for new NBFCs incorporated in April 1999 or later, the eligibility norm for registration has been made more stringent.
  • Alec studied me for a moment longer, and then nodded, a short, choppy motion with little if any of his usual grace. "Very well then. It's just after ten o'clock. Your mom is about to pull into the driveway. Do your best to convince her you spent the night safely at home. We'll stay here and watch over the two of you. Also, if you can convince her it's safe to leave on an extended trip, that would be very helpful. Once she's gone, I'll come back for you."
  • Some days I was afraid it all would have to come to an end. Eventually Johna would run out of things to teach us and send us away. I didnt know if Ivy and I would manage to stay together or if wed need to separate. I couldnt bear the thought of heading off on my own and living among people without sharing the truth of who I was.
  • Mr. Rindell's appearance forestalled what I'd been sure would turn into a full blown fight. He sized up the situation with the canny eye of an educator who'd seen more fights over his career than most gang leaders. "Class is about to start, and if every one of you isn't where you're supposed to be before the bell rings, you'll have detention for the next month."
  • Talitha. Hamilcar had thought of her often. Already he missed her.They had not met until recently, but they were carved from the same piece of wood.He remembered the nights she stayed in his room and they had made love until the sun was up. He found her unquenchable appetite exciting. But it was after their bouts of lovemaking that he found something remarkable: a person he could really talk to. Someone who understood what he said and responded with more than an insipid,"Yes, Milord."He would miss her on this trip, but he would return to her and give her whatever she wanted. When he returned it would be with the power of the Swords.He would ravish her in his bed and make her call him king while he was in her.
  • Boehner also has increased to $1 trillion his figure for total revenue, compared to Obama's figure of $1.4 trillion. The balance of a 10-year deficit-reduction plan would come from spending cuts.
  • It didn't matter anymore now. He wasn't the same Doctor she knew anymore anyway. She had two choices. Either do nothing and be stuck on this planet for the rest of her existence, or help the Doctor and his companions, but that would mean a big sacrifice on her side. Going back home would not be amongst the options, so she decided in favour of Rose and her Doctor.
  • Atop the upper frame sat a triangular boat with four-foot gunwales, fabricated from double-walled fiberglass filled with foam, assembled of sections gasketed and bolted together. Ballast would be their boxed equipment, including the coin coffers.
  • It was true. Malborns were not allowed to mingle with my people. He saved me and doomed me at the same time. I glared at Kandek, who still sat in his chair. But my anger was rising and it wasnt Kandek who would bear the brunt of it. I turned to Ivy, who stood by with a smirk on her face.
  • "Oh geez, that wasn't hard. I am a reporter you know. Finding things out is what I would like to do for a living. I knew you always posted to that science fiction Internet newsgroup under the name of aliendave. So, I went through the group archives online and found some recent posts of yours. Jessica pulled the IP number from the headers and traced it. She said it was a fixed IP address in Omaha. From there it wasn't much of a problem to look up the domain registration which had a company name and this address, your company, we assumed. We even looked at this place on a satellite map."
  • "No, of course not." He laughed sharply. "Only a feringhi would ask that. I was born in the foothills of the Himalayas, hundreds of kos north of Agra. In a Rajput village. The villages in the Surat district are ruled by Brahmins."
  • A few blocks ahead she could see traffic. It didnt seem as if it had taken her very long to walk the four blocks. She turned the corner and walked along the main drag, looking in the windows of the shops at the people inside as they browsed through clothes in one, jewelry in another. ‘I was once one of them,’ she thought, ‘walking around without fear. Thinking that nothing bad would happen, stuff like that only goes on in big cities, and vampires were fairy tales.’
  • As luck would have it, Mrs. Alexander was gone again, and the substitute was typically clueless about what we were supposed to be doing. Alec of course spent the whole class unearthing other little bits of embarrassing information. I'd never experienced anything like it, every question I answered seemed to spawn two more, and he invariably seemed to figure out the underlying reasons I'd done a given thing, or reacted a certain way.
  • A couple of weeks passed. The first few nights after seeing the ghosts I didnt sleep very easily, but after about the fourth day I felt peace in my room again. I could fall asleep by ten like clockwork, and I was never stressed to make it to school on time. I didnt see anything happen in the graveyard any more, though there were a couple of nights where all noises stopped and I was surrounded by that tense silence I felt on that second night, when I witnessed Jack killing those monsters. It was okay, thougheven though I knew what was happening, I didnt bother to get up, instead reaching out for that peacefulness that was now ever-present in my room. Eventually the silence would pass and I would fall asleep.
  • I opened the door quietly, hoping that I could sneak past my dad and that maybe he would be distracted like he was the day before. Instead I was greeted immediately by Arvin, who had been sitting anxiously in the living room.
  • "No, you most certainly do not," Judson replied quietly. He looked at the visiting wizards. "As the representatives of Crysmir, what would you advise?"
  • Calista rose and tested her feet against the floor despite Banonias recommendations. She drew in a sharp breathalthough the pain was much less than it had been days before. She did not have all the time in the world and her task was the most urgent of all. "Mercenaries?" she snorted. "What would I pay them with? Feeble promises? I have no gold or wealth at my disposal and certainly my divine origins do not give me rights to demand otherswealth for a cause as lost as this.
  • "Im ready," she said with a faint smile that didnt reach her eyes. She had been extremely quiet since seeing what was happening to the city, and was still holding the knife crusted with Alisiyas blood. Russ had wanted to say something reassuring about it not really being her fault, but he couldnt quite get the words out. She would just shake her head at him and insist that it was, anyway. Well. There would be time later for reflecting on things that had happened . . . now they just had to work on making sure there would be a later for them.
  • "I couldnt tell you before. It would have been too dangerous." She quickly grabbed a carpet from the floor, stamping out the burning fringe, then flipped open Hawksworths chest. She grabbed his lute, a handful of clothes, his boots, his books, and his depleted purse. As he watched in a daze, she rolled them in the carpet and shoved it into his hands. He looked around the burning tent one last time and caught the glint of his sword lying
  • The wizard nodded slowly, seeing no lingering signs of the illness, besides fatigue, in his prince. "Very well," he said finally, turning back to Tynon. "Perhaps now you would care to enlighten us as to how we can safely reach the oceans floor."
  • "Why? Why would you do a thing like that?" Arlic spread his arms incredulously. "Does your heritage mean nothing to you?"
  • I couldnt believe it. Not only was hethe guy I had seen the night before - real, but he was in high school. My high school. He was dressed in a hooded sweatshirt and jeans and carried a navy blue backpack. He looked completely normal, hairstyle aside. I never would have guessed that he was fighting monsters the night before had I not seen it myself.
  • "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."
  • 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.
  • If Akira had said that to him he would have called him a Bastard at the top of his lungs. He didnt know Rodney quite so well. He waved and kept walking.
  • Her hair was still in a semblance of last nights bun, although a loving hand had removed the silver chains during the night, and Calista chose to leave it so. Calista went down a fuzzily remembered path to her caller. She made her way past bright, festive mosaics, whose protagonists were almost always nymphs bearing a strong resemblance to Evadne. A few doors were propped open sliver-like and Calista wondered absently which belonged to Philyra and which to Evadne. Where there were no mosaics, gaping windows overlooked the thoroughfare of Atlantis. It would almost seem like a normal town with normal people if not for the otherworldly rippling, almost nauseating sea-sky that separated Atlantis from the encompassing ocean.
  • Dave didnt know what to say. He wanted to spit, or shout, but everything in him said that that would be a very bad idea. He pursed his lips, but said nothing for a long moment. "What do you want," he asked at last, managing to keep his voice relatively level.
  • It was getting late, and I wanted to start getting ready for bed, hoping that a good nights rest would help me get everything sorted out in my head. I went back to the workshop to check on dad. His head was down on the desk, his pen still in hand. I panicked, hoping he wasnt hurt. I put my hand on his back and could feel it slowly rise and fall. He was still breathing, thank goodness. I checked the smoothie cup and found the contents were over half gone. Well, that was good, anyway. I took the pen out of my dads hand and set it next to him, then ran down to the living room to grab a throw pillow and blanket. I wasnt nearly strong enough to try and take dad down a flight of stairs, across the house, and up another flight of stairs to get him into bed, plus I didnt want to wake him up any way. I wrapped the blanket around him, then slowly and carefully lifted his head to slide the pillow beneath it. He didnt disturb at all, which did worry me. I would have to check on him in the morning to make sure he actually woke up.
  • Last Thursday, the IMF released the 2012 consolidated spillover report, overshadowed by its Article IV consultation and country reports for the US released on the same day. In preparing the spillover reports the IMF researchers ask policy-makers in each of the S5 economies, as well as several advanced and emerging market economies (EMEs), including Turkey whose main S5 partner is the crisis-ridden EA, to specify confidentially how the policies of their main S5 partners would affect them. Then the researchers quantify these concerns using analytical tools such as econometric simulations. Their results are discussed with each of the S5 as part of their Article IV consultations.
  • Ermolov screwed up his eyes and smiled faintly on hearing these words. He understood that for him the storm had blown over, and that Kutuzov would content himself with that hint.
  • The door closed behind her and I let out a huge breath. Hot tears threatened my eyes, and I slouched down low in my chair. If they charged me with Tori's murder, they would send me someplace much worse than juvenile detention. I shuddered.
  • Angered by the U.N. General Assembly's upgrading on Thursday of the Palestinians' status in the world body from "observer entity" to "non-member state", Israel said the next day it would build the new dwellings for settlers.
  • As for the unskilled, a guest-worker program for Mexican labor that would make it easier for migrants to get temporary visas for seasonal work is gaining traction.
  • In Europe, the business situation at his target companies turned considerably gloomier soon after Slim announced his investments. KPN in June ended talks to merge its German E-Plus unit with the local business of Spains Telefonica SA , which would have created the countrys biggest operator by customers.
  • There wasn't really any bitterness in her voice, but there was something, maybe the same kind of longing I felt when I talked about Prom. "You're probably right. That would fit with what I know of Britney so far."
  • Dr. Sock coughed. He stopped posing, feeling awkward, and turned to leave. Out of pure habit he stopped to check his mail, then changed his mind, realizing that this would both reveal his identity and make him look like an idiot. Villains didnt check their mail. Villains didnt get mail.
  • "Merciful Allah. The elephant does not smell his crime." The small man caught Hawksworths questioning look. "The Great Akman believed elephants would not kill an innocent man, that they can always smell a mans guilt. But I have never before seen one refuse to kill a prisoner. I think Samad must be a wizard, who has entranced the animal."
  • "That is no doubt so," the Ambassador allowed. "But, Hajji Ibrahim, if I go to the English Government and say that one of their nationals, by bribing a member of your house, has come into the possession of a very sacred relic they will not be in the mind to take it from him; and if I add that this gives men power to jump about like grasshoppers they will ask me for proof." He paused. "And if you could give them proof, or if this Sir Giles would let them have it, do you think they would restore it to us?"
  • From Gorki, Bennigsen descended the highroad to the bridge which, when they had looked it from the hill, the officer had pointed out as being the center of our position and where rows of fragrant new-mown hay lay by the riverside. They rode across that bridge into the village of Borodino and thence turned to the left, passing an enormous number of troops and guns, and came to a high knoll where militiamen were digging. This was the redoubt, as yet unnamed, which afterwards became known as the Raevski Redoubt, or the Knoll Battery, but Pierre paid no special attention to it. He did not know that it would become more memorable to him than any other spot on the plain of Borodino.
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