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...and the angels waited on him.
The Great Arizona Desert is full of the bleaching bones of people who waited for me to start something.
... not only have we exploited them physically and economically to bring ease to our bodies and our purses, but also we have explo ...
The trouble with grown-ups was that under the magnificent shell of adulthood, just under,
Waited the baby full of tantrums.
"Speak when you're spoken to!" the Queen sharply interrupted her.
"But if everybody obeyed that rule," said Alice, who was al
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A bettre preest I trowe that nowher noon ys.
He waited after no pompe and reverence
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I began my editorial career with the presidency of Mr. Adams, and my principal object was to render his administration all the ass ...
I smiled,
I waited,
I was circumspect;
O never, never, never write that I
missed life or loving.
To be candid, in Middlemarch phraseology, meant, to use an early opportunity of letting your friends know that you did not take a ...
Warren returned--too soon, it seemed to her,
Slipped to her side, caught up her hand and waited.
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