Howie made a special note of thanking everyone for going along with his dream obsession, apologizing for hogging our time.
Each of us took turns thanking Merrill Cooms personally on the phone although he insisted it was unnecessary.
In his absence, Julie surprised us once more by thanking us for referring Howie to a psychiatrist.
She was silently thanking the heavens for rescuing her, until one of the men in black entered the garage and began shooting the downed men a second time around.
He'd never gone a day without silently thanking Damian for the gift of self-healing.
He chuckled, silently thanking Damian and his mate.
She took Sarah's hands, probably thanking her for attending.
I should really be thanking you, Jackson, for leading me to the lovely Elisabeth.
She offered her cheek and took his hand, thanking him again.
After thanking his benefactor and dropping off his bike for repairs, he stopped for a quick bite to eat.
After thanking Mums, Carmen returned to the truck and waited while Alex opened the door for her.
"You have an odd way of thanking the man who saved your life," he stated in a low growl.
For we offer to God the bread and the cup of blessing (€ Xoyia), thanking him for that he bade the earth produce these fruits for our sustenance.
This, as Wolsey saw, was quite inadequate for the purpose in view; and he again instructed Gardiner, while thanking the pope for the commission actually granted, to press him once more by very urgent pleas, to send the desired decretal on, even if the latter was only to be shown to the king and himself and then destroyed.
After considerable hesitation Menelek sent, early in December, a note to the powers, in which, after thanking them for their intentions, he stipulated that the agreement should not in any way limit his own sovereign rights.
He lived for ten years after the appearance of Surena, but was almost silent save for the publication, in 1676, of some beautiful verses thanking Louis XIV.
By the middle of February Newton had sent his paper to Aston, one of the secretaries of the Society, and in a letter to Aston dated the 23rd of February 1685, we find Newton thanking him for " having entered on the register his notions about motion."
Thanking you in advance for the same, I am, with respect, Very truly yours, (signed) H. N. HIGINBOTHAM, President.
Prince Bagration was thanking the individual commanders and inquiring into details of the action and our losses.