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  • Once the fire of passion was gone, it was embarrassing.

  • It wasn't the first time she had gone to bed while he was out on a call, but it was the first time she had done so away from home.

  • Her accent was still there, but the clumsy speech pattern was gone.

  • If not, why had he gone - left her alone for two weeks?

  • How had their conversation gone from an inquiry about money to a litmus test of their stay in Texas?

  • Surely he wouldn't have gone down there to help if he felt that way.

  • Fortunately, Jonathan had already gone to bed.

  • He said he would be gone for two days, but didn't say why he was going.

  • Alex was gone four days and was as solemn on his return as he was when he left.

  • It was a moment that lay in her stomach like a week-long hunger, regardless of the fact that they had been gone only minutes.

  • His nod was noncommittal as he examined the place where the car had gone over.

  • Can you watch the house for me while I'm gone?

  • I'll be over there in a few minutes so you can show me what needs to be taken care of while you're gone.

  • With everyone gone, she could enjoy the solitude.

  • Maybe he was merely angry because she had gone wandering in the woods after he had warned her against it.

  • He's nice too, but he's gone a lot of the time.

  • He's gone most of the time, but he doesn't have a job?

  • A touch of humor flashed in those blue pools, and then it was gone.

  • A soft breeze carried a faint familiar odor, but it was gone before she could identify it.

  • More likely it stemmed from the fact that she had not gone to the house yet.

  • You'll stop fighting when the breath is gone from your body!

  • You've only been strangled nearly to death and gone through a terrible scare.

  • No one was in the kitchen, but a note from Sarah explained that she and Tammy had gone to town shopping again.

  • Glancing around to see if Yancey was gone, she spotted him disappearing around the bend, on his way to the house.

  • He must have gone straight from there to me.

  • A farm boy gone city.

  • I should have gone this morning, like I planned.

  • He's gone to heaven now.

  • He's gone back to that farm, and that's where he'll stay.

  • You mean he thinks that he has to take care of his mother, now that his father is gone?

  • Otherwise, why would he have gone to college?

  • This thing had gone way too far.

  • He could have gone to get those troops - or to Ashley for that matter.

  • When the last horse had been gone for a few minutes, he stood.

  • She glanced at the spot where Bordeaux had slept, but he was gone.

  • Did Darcie think that she had gone because of Bordeaux?

  • I expect she cooled down after a while, but by that time he was long gone.

  • His eyes flashed with humor, but it was gone before it could reach his lips.

  • It's isolated and lonely and I'm gone most of every day.

  • It was hard to tell whether the sarcasm had gone over his head or he simply wasn't amused.

  • He could have gone to a nursing home so he wasn't such a burden on his daughter.

  • And now it was gone, not even a trace lingering as he spoke.

  • Claudette had gone one step too far.

  • No wonder Cade was gone all the time.

  • I thought you decided you couldn't live with the loneliness on the ranch because I was gone so much.

  • In the sense he can function but the memory is probably gone for good.

  • After all you've gone through, it's a shame you can't even get a decent night's sleep.

  • I just hate to see Howie suffering; especially after all he's gone through.

  • She was so pretty I'm saddened she's gone so soon.

  • "I felt badly for what he's gone through," I answered.

  • Yes. I'm sorry so many buildings are gone but that one block is enough.

  • Someone claiming to be 'the illusive psychic' has gone public.

  • In fact, he's gone missing, Quinn held a super market tabloid as we shared coffee before starting our day.

  • Now he's gone and exposed himself to the world.

  • She didn't know the call had gone through because I was waiting for her to stop talking.

  • Now I've gone and...

  • Betsy lined up two likely abductions and she was anxious to get started, Quinn had already performed his part, setting his apparatus appropriately for a rural Iowa location where a twelve year old boy had gone missing.

  • Aldo is a big man and couldn't fit through the portal and by the time he went around to the door, the trespasser was gone.

  • It was the same guy as Delaware and Alabama only the mustache is gone.

  • Now she too is gone.

  • "She's gone," Quinn said when he phoned.

  • The more I thought about it, the more I felt Quinn, Martha and baby Claire might be gone.

  • They're gone for good.

  • They've gone into hiding, I said this as soon as she picked up.

  • Now Martha is gone and deserted just when he needed her to help him.

  • But now Quinn's gone too, so Howie couldn't go back even if he got up his courage to do it!

  • It's not like we haven't gone that route before!

  • Quinn is gone and we couldn't do anything more if we wanted to.

  • After doubling back and being rewarded with a branch slap on my cheek I realized I wasn't wrong after all; the Pace Arrow was gone!

  • Do you think he's gone for good?

  • If I hadn't been summoned to Detective Jackson's office, I would have gone there anyway.

  • I was just able to turn in the other direction and be gone.

  • Let's get in line or the food will be gone.

  • Now she's gone, disposed of not in the usual way.

  • And I'm gone too; again, not in my usual way of departure.

  • The guys in suits have gone all over the Abbott house and found zilch.

  • Martha, who I failed to forgive when she stumbled in one drunken moment of need, was gone forever.

  • Quinn was a parentless foster kid and Martha's parents are gone.

  • Your friends have been dead some time, probably from when you told me they had gone into hiding.

  • We assumed all three had left together and gone into hiding.

  • If, as I was convinced, Grasso had gone to Logan, he too probably embarked from that facility.

  • Saying the words resurrected the near-forgotten facts; Quinn, and Martha, both dead and gone.

  • It remains as I remember from years gone by.

  • You know we've gone back and watched you.

  • "You think he's gone to meet Grasso?" he asked, concern in his voice.

  • A young man cowers and cries, perhaps in memory long after his sister is gone.

  • I have to, because Damian's going to be gone for another week and a half, and then a lot of bad stuff is about to happen, but whatever.

  • He'd gone a week with an hour of sleep.

  • Jonny opened his eyes, and the red ring around his irises was gone.

  • He'd never gone a day without silently thanking Damian for the gift of self-healing.

  • Sofi would chew him out if he gave Bianca to her like she was, and he himself couldn't help but feel somewhat concerned that she'd gone unresponsive.

  • She slept until the edge of her fatigue was gone before borrowing his neatly folded clothing and making herself a huge pancake and egg midday breakfast.

  • The scars were gone.

  • Bianca waited until he was gone to release her chuckle.

  • Darian was gone, Jonny distracted by his newfound gun, and she in need of a friend.

  • She wasn't surprised to find him gone.

  • The lingering sickness in his body fled, gone for good.

  • The Darian he'd known was gone.

  • She avoided looking down, afraid to imagine just how deep the waters were or how far from shore they'd gone.

  • The teenage whininess was gone, replaced by confidence.

  • She's discovered quite a few annoying little powers of her own while you were gone.

  • Dusty glanced up at the sky, where the clouds had gone from black to slate.

  • If she'd had friends, she would've gone to visit one.

  • "I thought you were gone, Father," she said.

  • Her features had gone from drawn and pale to glowing, the result of his return from Europe after an extended absence and the child growing in her womb.

  • When the guardsman rose, the arrogance was gone from his face, replaced by anger.

  • He'd gone away for a few months and returned to an entirely new world.

  • I'll be gone in three and a half weeks.

  • "If you want her gone …" "No, Dusty," Jule said.

  • I couldn't read him; my powers were gone as of that morning.

  • The Other's bedchamber had been empty, as if the otherworldly creature was permanently gone.

  • The two silhouettes were gone.

  • It looked untouched, but a quick search revealed the only weapons remaining were those she'd taken when she left her room, and the beacon was gone.

  • She waited until the vamps were gone before going to the gym, not wanting to tempt any of them to attack her while she was half-naked and distracted.

  • Bianca was gone, and the horse dozed next to the fence.

  • "We're gone," Jake said with a grunt as he lifted her again.

  • The wound on her arm was gone.

  • Her headache had been gone most of the morning for the first time in months, until the monster in her head started clawing at her mind.

  • She retreated to the patio and fled into the house, relieved when the sun was gone.

  • I'll probably be gone until noon or so.

  • This would be the first year he'd gone into the negative in a thousand of years.

  • What we had is gone.

  • He's been after bad guys for thousands of years, and he's never gone to the Dark Side or quit or anything.

  • I probably could have gone much longer ignoring her.

  • We've all gone through that stage.

  • He and the girls were gone, though three men in sunglasses moved purposefully toward her and Jule.

  • I've gone two days without serious consequence.

  • There was a tug at her neck, and she touched it, surprised to find the necklace gone.

  • Two bowed his head, and the green-eyed man was gone in a sparkle of light.

  • Her bruises were gone, and her two-toned eyes were calmer than they'd been.

  • He was more and more appalled by the memories afflicting his brother, what he'd gone through since his supposed death.

  • And he was gone.

  • The mansion was quiet again, the signs of activity from earlier gone.

  • In a gentle flicker of light, he was gone.

  • Her lightheadedness was gone and she was grateful his bloodsucking was pain free.

  • She reached a stairwell and descended to a floor with wider, taller corridors, as if she'd gone from the wing with private chambers to a more public area.

  • That time is gone.

  • The sunny glow she was known for was gone, replaced by a sultriness rendered dangerous by the fangs resting on her lower lip.

  • Her mind returned now that her need was gone, and she opened her eyes.

  • Only when he was gone did she let herself cry.

  • You've been gone, what?

  • The intimate moment was gone, replaced by the tension that always filled the space between them.

  • Your victory today hasn't gone anywhere, he added.

  • She began to steady her breathing and focus, so she could draw a portal when they were gone.

  • Wishing she'd gone somewhere other than here.

  • She wanted to make sure the woman whose gaze had gone from confident to sad ended up okay.

  • We've been gone nearly an hour, I bet.

  • I know I shouldn't have gone in there.

  • But Caleb is long gone now.

  • Martha smiled at Fred's compliments but added, I know I shouldn't have gone in there.

  • It's a good six hours away and that's only as long as she's been gone.

  • By the time Dean finished listing the information, Fred was gone and Cynthia was off to read in their quarters.

  • There were stern looks exchanged and then the group was gone, stomping and snapping their way up the stairs.

  • Before Dean could answer, Paul added, "Thanks for the beer," and was gone.

  • The sister was long gone, but campground neighbors recounted she'd opened the trunk before departing.

  • But there were bones and now they're gone.

  • Fred explained the beads—she'd gone to Mardi Gras—as he unceremoniously pushed Dean into the rear seat of the open vehicle.

  • Even Maria had gone uptown for the parade and festivities, surely a thrill compared to the rural poverty of her homeland.

  • Someone's gone over the side!

  • His eye caught something off to the side, but it was quickly gone as the darkness returned.

  • Dean's Jeep was at the uphill end of the line of cluttered vehicles and Lydia Larkin was long gone by the time he was free to leave.

  • Because when I got the call that said a car had gone over, I couldn't raise him.

  • Dean poked about while she was gone, but the newly moved-in apartment had little in the way of personal objects.

  • The child may have gone willingly and there's no reason to believe the mother would harm her.

  • Both Fitzgerald and the redhead are AWOL— been gone since before lunch.

  • Me and my friend here would have gone out dancing 'cept she has to mind the phone.

  • "I thought about the dead guy a lot while I was gone," Martha said as soon as they reached the kitchen.

  • But now he's gone and disappeared.

  • "You and your brother had already left to go back to Kansas when your uncle was supposed to have gone fishing," Dean added.

  • "You've gone this far to guarantee a life with him," Wynn said to her gently.

  • The memories were gone.

  • She wasn't willing to lose him already, not after all she'd gone through to keep him.

  • She found herself reaching for her power again, only to find it gone.

  • If he found out the extent she'd gone to in order to be here with him?

  • The idea he'd gone through something like this, and she didn't know to help him made her sad.

  • Her Gabriel was gone.

  • He barely noticed it was gone until this morning, when it abruptly reappeared.

  • He was able to sense her presence once more without knowing she'd been gone from his reach for an entire night.

  • Gabriel understood why the old standard was gone.

  • "I need to move Deidre," Gabriel said when the death-dealer was gone.

  • "I want Wynn to verify your tumor is gone," he added.

  • What if the tumor wasn't gone?

  • My expulsion hasn't gone over well, he said.

  • She'd gone from defiant to yielding in the space of a single kiss.

  • It was the sign it was time to resign, for her power was nearly gone.

  • "His soul is gone," Gabriel said quietly.

  • Andre was grave, the first warning things hadn't gone well.

  • "Andre said your tumor is gone," Gabriel said.

  • Troubled, Gabriel didn't move until she was gone from sight.

  • She turned to leave, suspecting she didn't have much time before Cora returned and raised the alarm about her being gone.

  • Andre confirmed that her tumor was gone, which meant they had a chance at a healthy relationship.

  • She'd gone from hopeful to devastated in the course of the first two days.

  • They could've both gone somewhere else entirely, wherever they wanted to go, without the underworld crumbling or the pain Gabriel was in.

  • Gabriel trotted first to the lake, curious to see how last night had gone now that they knew about the tears.

  • Darkyn had gone through the process to blood bind Deidre; he wasn't going to let his only source of food go.

  • He last experienced it … … Monday night, when Deidre had gone to Hell.

  • He didn't think he'd ever be able to rationalize that both Deidres had gone to Darkyn instead of trusting him without resentment.

  • Josh was gone now, and Lori didn't want anything to do with Destiny.

  • Carmen assumed Lori had gone back to California.

  • She gets lonesome when Jonathan is gone.

  • Josh was gone and Alex didn't want her going up there alone.

  • She was gone for only a few minutes and then returned.

  • After he had been gone for a few minutes, Carmen dragged a chair up close to Alex.

  • When she returned, he was gone.

  • All that was left was the physical act of being gone.

  • You've gone so far as to eliminate some of the enemies who likewise stumbled across her.

  • Just like every other soul collector Gabriel sent out the past week, Harmony had gone on a mission and returned empty-handed.

  • The restlessness was gone from his blood, his body relaxed in a way he couldn't remember feeling.

  • The gray door to his underworld was gone.

  • Now that she was gone, she only ruled his life if he allowed her.

  • After seeing his name tattooed across her back and the look of pure murder on his face, she hid in the closet until certain he was gone.

  • Was she that far gone?

  • It was a sign, though, that things had gone on long enough.

  • The dead demons were gone, but someone was waiting for him.

  • She sucked in a steadying breath, praying any sign of the violence from her last visit was gone.

  • Things hadn't gone back to normal after all.

  • I, uh, did something really awful Saturday night, and the whole world has gone insane.

  • The comfort he'd offered her before was gone.

  • "Don't be gone long," Katie reminded her.

  • She couldn't return to her apartment, and her savings were almost gone.

  • She hasn't gone far.

  • The lake blinked out for a second, the light gone completely, then blinked back on, this time much, much dimmer.

  • Gabriel waited until they were gone.

  • Or died and gone to hell.

  • The portal was gone, and Darkyn was in front of her again.

  • If she saw an escape route, she was gone.

  • "You mean … it's gone?" she asked, the world registering at last.

  • Deidre crossed the room, terrified she'd find Gabriel's name gone.

  • When the sand is gone, I'll make him dead-dead, unless he can learn to control his power and to work with his brothers.

  • The restriction smacked him hard, as he'd been ready to drag Rhyn out of Hell as soon as Death was gone.

  • Rhyn was being given a second chance, and Gabriel hoped he killed Sasha before the sands in the hourglass were gone.

  • "We've gone over this several times," he said.

  • In the course of a day, her whole life had gone to shit.

  • I was hoping you'd be gone.

  • Her headache was gone, her stomach full, and another glass of whiskey in her hand.

  • When it'd finished, she felt little pain, and the heat was completely gone.

  • Now go, my love, before they notice you're gone.

  • Now that choice is forever gone.

  • The only brother who'd accepted him and treated him half decently was gone?

  • Lankha was asleep above, and the clamoring of the cell block was gone.

  • My luck's gone to shit since meeting him.

  • And then he was gone.

  • The pinch was less today, and the pain gone instantly, replaced by heat and warmth.

  • He was gone again.

  • She'd like to think she was saving poor souls every day she spent with him donating her blood, but she couldn't help thinking she really wouldn't care what he did to get blood if she was gone.

  • She blinked, and they were gone.

  • She had nothing better to do, not with her source of alcohol gone and her bed in flames.

  • She didn't notice how far they'd gone until the blazing bar disappeared around a corner.

  • He didn't just notice she was gone --he found himself wishing she wasn't.

  • When she opened her eyes, he was gone, and she was just as confused as ever.

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