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  • Did you get her car off the cliff, dear?

  • I dream of you too, dear.

  • I was sure dear Brenda would be far more candid with the instrument pressed to her throat.

  • I thought of leaving a note of thanks to the Psychic Tipster, so kindly confiding to me, albeit vicariously through dear departed Brenda, his or her limitations.

  • I dear say I'm amply protected.

  • I knew from my in depth research, the number and location of all payphones bearing the area code and first two numbers dear Brenda provided me.

  • My dear, do I have the honor of finally meeting the famous psychic tipster or were you but the helper of the young mother who died so suddenly in that delightful New Hampshire town?

  • It is gratifying my dear, that you are sufficiently astute to recognize my skill and superiority.

  • Then what shall I do with them, my dear?

  • In time, my dear.

  • "I know … I guess … I hoped …" "Your dear old father was crazy?" he asked with a glint in his eyes that made her cringe.

  • "You father called, dear," the woman said, holding out a tray of sausage, eggs, blood pudding, and coffee.

  • Come on home, dear.

  • "My dear," her father called.

  • "Yes, dear," her father said, attention on his visitors.

  • That is not the fate for you, my dear.

  • "My dear, these aren't toasters," he said and echoed her chuckle.

  • Here for the stew or something else, my dear?

  • Change into something warm, my dear.

  • My dear, what I do, I do for us and our future.

  • "My dear Han, you were right about these damn moods," she said in the empty hallway.

  • "My dear Darian," the Watcher said in a softer tone, "I cannot take the pain of the memories you will experience in the morning when you remember the whole of your existence.

  • "The danger with Darkyn is dealing and you, my dear, are harmless," he replied.

  • Is that a problem, dear?

  • I visited dear Tamer and spent most of the day with him and his records.

  • My dear half-brother Erik went into hiding and hasn't been seen in weeks, leaving his part of the world completely exposed.

  • What is it, my dear?

  • "No one I couldn't handle, dear," he said.

  • No one I couldn't handle, dear.

  • My dear, your eyes.

  • My thought was that it was a like a time bomb, awaiting the right moment for our dear deity to reemerge, Wynn said.

  • It wasn't bait, dear.

  • "Looks like the shape you left me in," Sasha said, "when you ditched me for dear Kris."

  • I'll miss my dear brother.

  • Another wild adventure by the black sheep of a sister that was dear Hannah's.

  • Hannah, dear, please instruct the servants that Rhyn and Katherine are given whatever they ask for.

  • "They.re still accepting prisoners, my dear Tamer," Sasha purred.

  • "Dear god, Rhyn!" he said and shook his head.

  • Dear God, I hope not!

  • Each letter, written in excellent penmanship, began Dear Annie but there were no accompanying envelopes and no addresses.

  • Only the two of us, dear Joshua and I, know our secret and so will it remain.

  • So many have come to my bed, but never have I been so unnerved by a nocturnal visitor than when first dear Joshua visited me in the darkest part of the night.

  • I'd go out and buy a gun and shoot you in every part of your body that you hold dear and then finish you off right between your eyes.

  • But all too soon my condition will be displayed for all to see, and then, only dear God can help me!

  • With loving hands, dear Joshua, I did the same.

  • "Did you speak with dear, sweet Mr. Shipton?" she asked.

  • Dear God, he thought, I've killed her.

  • Because you, my dear, are a masochist.

  • Mission first, my dear.

  • I'm fine, dear, really.

  • "Oh dear god," Dan said with a snort.

  • You should go quickly, before I change my mind, my dear.

  • And that wouldn't bother dear old Arthur?

  • Dear me, that will make 23 vacan­cies—24 if Mr. Cleary is gone too.

  • "My dear, you've not been yourself lately," he added, softening.

  • summer, I might have saved my dear queen and our daughter after they were attacked in the forest.

  • My uncle tells me this is why I must wait until my dear son is six or seven summers.

  • I compiled this for my dear Rissa, but I fear the demon will prevent me from giving it to her.

  • Her stupidity had cost a life this time – the life of a dear friend.

  • Then you will lose the only other thing you hold dear.

  • I held two things dear: my cause and my Xander.

  • She'll run to her dear brother, the Black God, who will crush you.

  • Zaminddrs, or government renters, were arrested on mesne process; the sanctity of the zendna, or women's chamber, as dear to Hindus as to Mahommedans, was violated by the sheriff's officer; the deepest feelings of the people and the entire fabric of revenue administration were alike disregarded.

  • He passed the remainder of his life at Wittenberg, braving the perils of war and persecution rather than desert the place dear to him as the home of the Reformation.

  • The more conservative members strongly opposed them as premature, whereupon Henry supported them in a speech familiar to the American school-boy for several generations following, closing with the words, "Is life so dear or peace so sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery ?

  • The most reputable of the Jews fled to Egypt; but Onias, a righteous man and dear to God, who had hidden himself, was discovered by the besiegers.

  • A very charming piece of work of a lighter kind was inspired by a question from his friend, Mrs Katherine Phillips (the "matchless Orinda"), asking "How far is a dear and perfect friendship authorized by the principles of Christianity?"

  • The Scottish bowmen followed up this advantage, and the fight became general; the English horse, crowded into too narrow a space, were met by the steady resistance of the Scottish pikemen, who knew, as Bruce had told them truly, that they fought for their country, their wives, their children, and all that freemen hold dear.

  • Their contention that every event of life may be turned into a sacrament, a means of grace, is summed up in the words of Stephen Grellet: " I very much doubt whether, since the Lord by His grace brought me into the faith of His dear Son, I have ever broken bread or drunk wine, even in the ordinary course of life, without the remembrance of, and some devout feeling regarding, the broken body and the bloodshedding of my dear Lord and Saviour."

  • There Julius Caesar dallied with Cleopatra in 47 B.C. and was mobbed by the rabble; there his example was followed by Antony, for whose favour the city paid dear to Octavian, who placed over it a prefect from the imperial household.

  • Courage, my dear fellow.

  • Owing to the distances over which they are carried and the bad organization of trade, all manufactured articles are exceedingly dear, especially in the east.

  • Machiavelli calls luxury, simony and cruelty the three dear friends and handmaids of the same pope.'

  • 1850) has made a sphere of his own in his charming poems for and about children, Edes anydm (" My dear Mother ").

  • "They will attack," he' exclaimed, "not your system, my dear son, but mine."

  • A majority of the artists are content to copy old pictures of Buddhas sixteen disciples, the seven gods of happiness, and other similar assemblages of mythical or historical personages, not only because such work offers large opportunity for the use of striking colors and the production of meretricious effects, dear to the eye of the average Western householder and tourist, but also because a complicated design, as compared with a simple one, has the advantage of hiding the technical imperfections of the ware.

  • 6 The latest explanation of Joskeha is " dear little sprout," and of Tawiscara, " the ice-one," while Aataentsic becomes " she of the swarthy body."

  • He declared himself a Tory, attached himself to Harley (afterwards Lord Oxford), then speaker, whom he now addressed as "dear master," and distinguished himself by his eloquence in debate, eclipsing his schoolfellow, Walpole, and gaining an extraordinary ascendancy over the House of Commons.

  • At present its full name is Buka`a el-'Aziz (the dear Buka'a), and its northern portion is known as Sahlet Baalbek (the plain of Baalbek).

  • House rent, provisions, clothing, are all very dear, and more than counterbalance the lowness of rates.

  • For nearly five years (202-207) the Carthaginian Montanists strove to remain within the Church, which was as dear to them as it was to their opponents.

  • When later in the same year, however, Henry Phillpotts, bishop of Exeter, died, the prime minister turned again to Temple, and he accepted the bishopric of that city so dear to him from boyhood, and left Rugby for a home amongst his own people.

  • These general addresses, published under the title Bestimmung des Gelehrten (Vocation of the Scholar), were on a subject dear to Fichte's heart, the supreme importance of the highest intellectual culture and the duties incumbent on those who had received it.

  • His " Debby," or his " dear child," as Franklin usually addressed her in his letters, received into the family, soon after her marriage, Franklin's illegitimate son, William Franklin (1729-1813), 2 with whom she afterwards quarrelled, and whose mother, tradition says, was Barbara, a servant in the Franklin household.

  • He occupies a high place as a hymnologist, but principally as a translator of ancient and medieval hymns, the best known being probably "Brief life is here our portion," "To thee, 0 dear, dear country," and "Jerusalem, the golden," which are included in the poem of Bernard of Cluny, De Contemptu Mundi, translated by him in full.

  • Winthrop's company were nonconformists but not separatists, esteemed it " an honour to call the Church of England, from whence we rise, our dear mother," emigrated that they might be divided from her corruptions, not from herself.

  • He was very dear to the Lord Falkland, with whom he spent as much time as he could make his own."

  • dear Mr Smith, I am much pleased with your performance, and the perusal of it has taken me from a state of great anxiety.

  • The neighbours said that the fairies caused the phenomenon, as the man had swept his chimney with a bough of holly, and the holly is "a gentle tree," dear to the fairies.

  • Examples: Shelley's Rosalind and Helen, 63, "A sound from thee, Rosalind dear" instead of there; Mask of Anarchy, 280 seq., "the daily strife I With common wants and common cares I Which sow the human heart with tares," for "sows."

  • Or he might return again and again to the same point with a difference: there is a good instance in his conclusion that the speculative life is the highest happiness; which he first infers because it is the life of man's highest and divine faculty, intelligence (1176 b-1 178 a 8), then after an interval infers a second time because our speculative life is an imitation of that of God (1178 b 7-32), and finally after another interval infers a third time, because it will make man most dear to God (1179 a 22-32).

  • While the Eudemian Ethics in a more theological vein emphasizes God, the object of wisdom as the end for which prudence gives its orders, the Nicomachean Ethics in a more humanizing spirit emphasizes wisdom itself, the speculative activity, as that end, and afterwards as the highest happiness, because activity of the divine power of intellect, because an imitation of the activity of God, because most dear to God.

  • After the concession of responsible government, he devoted himself to bringing about a good understanding between the English and French-speaking inhabitants of Canada, and his memory is held as dear among the French Canadians as in his native province of Ontario.

  • Though christened Ramon (Raymond), the favourite name of his line, he reigned as Alphonso out of a wish to please his Aragonese subjects, to whom the memory of the Battler was dear.

  • This system called punalua (a word which in the modern vernacular means merely " dear friend ") was first brought to the attention of ethnologists in 1871 by Lewis H.

  • In connexion with their use as food we may observe that of recent years in Scandinavia and Russia an alcoholic spirit has been distilled from Cladonia rangiferina and extensively consumed, especially in seasons when potatoes were scarce and dear.

  • These are scarce and consequently dear.

  • "Ah, my dear Sulzer," replied the king, "you don't know this damned race" ("Ach, mein lieber Sulzer, er kennt nicht diese verdammte Race").

  • 13); Homer calls salt " divine," and Plato names it " a substance dear to the gods " (Timaeus, p. 60; cf.

  • Temporary diplomatic complications arose between Bavaria and Baden in connexion with Louis's favourite project of winning back the part then belonging to Baden of the old Palatinate, the land of his birth, which was always very dear to him.

  • His holiness had probably forgotten the fact when he addressed Luther some months later as "his dear son."

  • A popular derivation of the name connected it with Edward's "dear queen" (chore reine), and a village of Cherringe or Charing grew up here later, but the true origin of the name is not known.

  • On the other hand, the two sons of Agrippa and Julia, Gaius and Lucius, were of his own blood and evidently dear to him.

  • Metternich protested against a course which would result, in his opinion, either in a war or a revolution in France; King Leopold enlarged on the wickedness and absurdity of risking a European war for the sake of putting an end to the power of an old man who could have but few years to live; Queen Victoria urged her ministers to come to terms with France and relieve the embarrassments of the "dear King"; and Lord Melbourne, with the majority of the cabinet, was in favour of compromise.

  • Mangey): "All this company of the good and wise have of their own free will divested themselves of too copious wealth; nay, have spurned the things dear to the flesh.

  • Philpot in a long reply, whilst maintaining the obligation of infant baptism, yet addresses his correspondent as, "dear brother, saint, and fellow-prisoner for the truth of Christ's gospel"; and at the close of his argument he says, "I beseech thee, dear brother in the gospel, follow the steps of the faith of the glorious martyrs in the primitive church, and of such as at this day follow the same."

  • They speak of the "breathing time" which they have had of late, and their hope that God would, as they say, "incline the magistrates' hearts so for to tender our consciences as that we might be protected by them from wrong, injury, oppression and molestation"; and then they proceed: "But if God withhold the magistrates' allowance and furtherance herein, yet we must, notwithstanding, proceed together in Christian communion, not daring to give place to suspend our practice, but to walk in obedience to Christ in the profession and holding forth this faith before mentioned, even in the midst of all trials and afflictions, not accounting our goods, lands, wives, children, fathers, mothers, brethren, sisters, yea, and our own lives, dear unto us, so that we may finish our course with joy; remembering always that we ought to obey God rather than men."

  • According to Herbert Lang, its most prominent chance of success is in localities where fuel is dear, and the ores contain precious metals and sufficient sulphides and arsenides to render profitable dressing unnecessary.

  • The dry way is best; the wet way is only employed when fuel is very dear, or when it is absolutely necessary that no noxious vapours should escape into the atmosphere.

  • We do not know whether his influence was brought to bear in this sense upon Spinoza; but it has been suggested that the writings of Bruno, whose spirit of enthusiastic naturalism and fervid revolt against the Church would be especially dear to a man of Van den Ende's leanings, may have been put into the pupil's hand by the master.

  • A few years later a Persian bought the factory and plant for 10,000, and made them over in 1891 to the Compagnie gnrale pour lclairage et le hauffage en Perse, which after bringing out much additional plant, and wasting much capital in trying for some years in vain to make good and cheap gas out of bad and dear coal, closed the factory.

  • But although the transport of copper money from place to place had been strictly prohibited, dishonest officials found means to traffic in copper money on their own account, and by buying it where it was cheap and forwarding it to cities where it was dear, the bank bought it at high rates, thus rendering the arrangement for a speedy withdrawal of the excess at small cost to government futile.

  • ST KENTIGERN, or Mungo ("dear friend," a name given to him, according to Jocelyn, by St Servanus), a Briton of Strathclyde, called by the Goidels In Glaschu, " the Grey Hound," was, according to the legends preserved in the lives which remain, of royal descent.

  • Lord Eldon's wife, his dear "Bessy," his love for whom is a beautiful feature in his life, died before him, on the 28th of June 1831.

  • The development of the petroleum fields of the state has greatly stimulated manufactures, as coal has always been dear, whereas the crude oil is now produced very cheaply.

  • For the extraction of codeine, the Persian opium is preferred when Turkey opium is dear, as it contains on the average 22% of that alkaloid, whilst Turkey opium yields only 2-4%.

  • The greater proportion of the Persian opium imported into London is again exported, a comparatively small quantity being used, chiefly for the manufacture of codeine when Turkey opium is dear, and a little in veterinary practice.

  • Food as well as clothing is exorbitantly dear, the only cheap articles of consumption being bread and French wines.

  • That the welfare of his dominions was dear to him there can be no doubt.

  • sake, he would quarrel no longer with his dear brother."

  • The misery of those years was not, however, unrelieved; for he had been able, on the breaking up of Heloise's convent at Argenteuil, to establish her as head of a new religious house at the deserted Paraclete, and in the capacity of spiritual director he often was called to revisit the spot thus made doubly dear to him.

  • After 1830, however, many highways were opened, these being usually excellent among the mountains but deteriorating as they descend into the lowlands, where stone is dear.

  • You known what I have said; sooner or later we must part from all we hold most dear.

  • There had hardly ever been a period when food had been so dear, when wages had been so low, when poverty had been so widespread, and the condition of the lower orders so depraved and so hopeless, as in the early years of the queens reign.

  • Dr Nugent eventually took up his residence with his son-in-law in London, and became a popular member of that famous group of men of letters and artists whom Boswell has made so familiar and so dear to all later generations.

  • The excavation of it was undertaken by Russians about 1894 and it cost Dembre dear; for the Ottoman government, suspicious of foreign designs on the neighbouring harbour of Kekova, proceeded to inhibit all sale of property in the plain and to place Dembre under a minor state of siege.

  • Bread was dear and employment was scarce.

  • They could count on the populace, because work was still scarce, food was still dear, and a multi- progress tude of Parisians knew not where to find bread.

  • He had been sufficiently an optimist to believe in the triumph of the liberal but non-republican institutions dear to him under the restoration, under Louis Philippe and Louis Napoleon successively.

  • Even the costume of the Croatian peasantry, to whom brilliant colours and intricate embroideries are always dear, proclaims their racial identity with the Serbs; their songs, dances and musical instruments, the chief part of their customs and folk-lore, their whole manner of life, so little changed by its closer contact with Western civilization, may be studied in Servia (q.v.) itself.

  • Should a man's son or friend dear to him as his own soul seek to tempt him from the faith of his fathers, D's pitiless order to that man is "Thou shalt surely kill him; thine hand shall be first upon him to put him to death."

  • The Constituent Assembly had been more destructive than Internal constructive; but the Convention preserved intact those fundamental principles of civil liberty which had been the main results of the Revolution: the equality so dear to the French, and the sovereignty of the peoplethe foundation of democracy.

  • Its reimposition, officially supported for the sake of necessary revenue in war-time, and cordially welcomed by the Unionist party, had justified itself, as they contended, in spite of the criticisms of the Opposition (who raised the cry of the "dear loaf"), by proving during the year to have had no general or direct effect on the price of bread.

  • Provisions were scarce and dear, communication with the rest of the world was infrequent, and in 1807 the community was threatened with starvation, and flour was sold at £ 200 per ton.

  • Did you get her car off the cliff, dear?

  • I dream of you too, dear.

  • I was sure dear Brenda would be far more candid with the instrument pressed to her throat.

  • I thought of leaving a note of thanks to the Psychic Tipster, so kindly confiding to me, albeit vicariously through dear departed Brenda, his or her limitations.

  • You, dear sir or madam, are making mistakes while I would never slip so blatantly.

  • I dear say I'm amply protected.

  • I knew from my in depth research, the number and location of all payphones bearing the area code and first two numbers dear Brenda provided me.

  • Others have embraced this notion of residence but it is contrary to what dear departed Barbara Washington conveyed to me, on her death bed, so to speak.

  • You and I dear lady have shared that interesting and informative letter you hold so closely and are staining with your tears.

  • My dear, do I have the honor of finally meeting the famous psychic tipster or were you but the helper of the young mother who died so suddenly in that delightful New Hampshire town?

  • It is gratifying my dear, that you are sufficiently astute to recognize my skill and superiority.

  • Then what shall I do with them, my dear?

  • In time, my dear.

  • "I know … I guess … I hoped …" "Your dear old father was crazy?" he asked with a glint in his eyes that made her cringe.

  • "You father called, dear," the woman said, holding out a tray of sausage, eggs, blood pudding, and coffee.

  • Dear god, let him survive the night!

  • "Oh, dear, god!" she breathed.

  • Come on home, dear.

  • "My dear," her father called.

  • "Yes, dear," her father said, attention on his visitors.

  • That is not the fate for you, my dear.

  • "My dear, these aren't toasters," he said and echoed her chuckle.

  • Here for the stew or something else, my dear?

  • I'll forgive your indiscretion with the Guardian, my dear.

  • Change into something warm, my dear.

  • My dear, what I do, I do for us and our future.

  • "My dear Han, you were right about these damn moods," she said in the empty hallway.

  • "My dear Darian," the Watcher said in a softer tone, "I cannot take the pain of the memories you will experience in the morning when you remember the whole of your existence.

  • "The danger with Darkyn is dealing and you, my dear, are harmless," he replied.

  • The old goat—their father—had some land out here and now my dear brother-in law is scared to death Paul and me will get more of it than him—if his wife doesn't end up with the whole thing.

  • I don't see my dear brother around either.

  • Is that a problem, dear?

  • I visited dear Tamer and spent most of the day with him and his records.

  • My dear half-brother Erik went into hiding and hasn't been seen in weeks, leaving his part of the world completely exposed.

  • What is it, my dear?

  • "No one I couldn't handle, dear," he said.

  • No one I couldn't handle, dear.

  • My dear, your eyes.

  • "Are you alright, my dear?" he asked.

  • My thought was that it was a like a time bomb, awaiting the right moment for our dear deity to reemerge, Wynn said.

  • It wasn't bait, dear.

  • "Looks like the shape you left me in," Sasha said, "when you ditched me for dear Kris."

  • I'll miss my dear brother.

  • Another wild adventure by the black sheep of a sister that was dear Hannah's.

  • Hannah, dear, please instruct the servants that Rhyn and Katherine are given whatever they ask for.

  • I don.t know yet, but if it must hurt one of you, it.ll be my dear little brother, who is a blight to Immortals and humans alike.

  • "They.re still accepting prisoners, my dear Tamer," Sasha purred.

  • "Dear god, Rhyn!" he said and shook his head.

  • Dear God, I hope not!

  • Each letter, written in excellent penmanship, began Dear Annie but there were no accompanying envelopes and no addresses.

  • Only the two of us, dear Joshua and I, know our secret and so will it remain.

  • So many have come to my bed, but never have I been so unnerved by a nocturnal visitor than when first dear Joshua visited me in the darkest part of the night.

  • I'd go out and buy a gun and shoot you in every part of your body that you hold dear and then finish you off right between your eyes.

  • And what of the dear creature unborn and unknowing who may dwell within my womb?

  • I plan well what I will say when we are together, but dread of so burdening this dear and gentle man with the troubled future before us causes me to only hold him close and retain my silence.

  • But all too soon my condition will be displayed for all to see, and then, only dear God can help me!

  • With loving hands, dear Joshua, I did the same.

  • "Did you speak with dear, sweet Mr. Shipton?" she asked.

  • Dear God, he thought, I've killed her.

  • Because you, my dear, are a masochist.

  • Mission first, my dear.

  • I'm fine, dear, really.

  • "Oh dear god," Dan said with a snort.

  • You should go quickly, before I change my mind, my dear.

  • And that wouldn't bother dear old Arthur?

  • Dear me, that will make 23 vacan­cies—24 if Mr. Cleary is gone too.

  • "My dear, you've not been yourself lately," he added, softening.

  • summer, I might have saved my dear queen and our daughter after they were attacked in the forest.

  • My uncle tells me this is why I must wait until my dear son is six or seven summers.

  • I compiled this for my dear Rissa, but I fear the demon will prevent me from giving it to her.

  • Her stupidity had cost a life this time – the life of a dear friend.

  • Then you will lose the only other thing you hold dear.

  • I held two things dear: my cause and my Xander.

  • She'll run to her dear brother, the Black God, who will crush you.

  • It was the antithesis of everything I hold dear about this country.

  • My dear wife has the most beautiful eyes god ever bestowed on a person.

  • Letters: Dear Paulo a-n Magazine October 2005 Yes we did find your comments quite amusing in our post match knees up.

  • Oh dear, I'm almost beginning to feel sorry for the bus anoraks now.

  • Pausing to consider the antithesis of all we hold dear does not enable us to progress in our understanding of it.

  • Continue, dear Jesuits, this important apostolate, keeping the spirit of your Founder unchanged.

  • Dear sister of Vera, sister-in-law of Frank, and a beloved aunt.

  • A dear auntie who will be very much missed.

  • Dear me, says aw, sir, what's that with?

  • Well, my poor, dear wife, I, personally, feel sorry for you and the helpless little babes of our loins.

  • beaming smile - ' Hello dear!

  • A trip to the pub was needed to help dear my increasingly befuddled brain.

  • Dear Mark, A simple question I realize, but, exactly what is the difference between a right and wrong bettor in craps?

  • birth mother of a very dear friend of mine.

  • Dear Star, please stop all this talk of his lordship's bloomer 's, tis quite off putting.

  • My dear sir, you really are too bountiful.

  • A dear brother who passed away suddenly at home.

  • A dear brother-in-law who will be greatly missed, but always remembered.

  • With a mad cackle she asked me to repeat the order " for the till this time dear " .

  • You must keep me informed, my dear chap.

  • chivalric code he holds so dear.

  • You've got sharp claws, my dear, you drop your scales on my clean floor.

  • clinging for dear life from a vertical rock face and you don't want to drop a compass.

  • columnist james mcmanus for the dear an advantage in to pay.

  • Dear Gilbert Murray, I am in receipt of your mail and I really appreciate the compliment.

  • Mark Wadsworth: Dear Emily - the logical conclusion of a flat tax system is a " Citizen's Income " .

  • Dear Editor We would like to publicly congratulate the members of the Junior Pantomime Chorus.

  • I instructed the congregation to pray for the health and welfare of Reverend Oshimolowo, and for you as well, my dear lady.

  • Forestall your opponent by seizing what he holds dear, and subtly contrive to time his arrival on the ground.

  • For the dairy cow the price paid is very dear.

  • Beloved husband of Eileen, dearest dad of Jane, Karen, Andrew and Mark, and a dear father-in-law, grandad and great-grandad.

  • dairy cow the price paid is very dear.

  • dear brother who passed away suddenly at home.

  • But as he sets out to bury his dear departed wife in fitting style, nothing quite goes to plan.

  • But, to change the subject, why are you so despondent about my leaving you now, dear mother?

  • dextrose tablet and cling onto it for dear life.

  • Dear Dr. Hackenbush, I am a graduate student at the University of Michigan interested in geographic mortality differentials in Scotland.

  • How have you allowed your financial situation to become so dire, my dear girl?

  • He expresses himself in very discourteous terms about you, my dear Comrade Radek.

  • disdainful manner, " Come, my dear, let us leave these vulgar creatures.

  • dissentient vote falls to 9. At 30, the rebellion needs only 8. Oh dear.

  • Yet, after all, as a friend and companion, I hope never to become quite distasteful to my dear master.

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