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  • Your little Texas stud.

  • I suppose they're both a little artificial.

  • You're going to have a little brother or sister.

  • I should get rid of this and buy something a little more feminine.

  • He had indicated enough times that he would like to see her in something a little more feminine and fashionable.

  • It was going to be nice having nothing to do but enjoy their little family for the next two weeks.

  • You always look neat and clean - even if you are a little out of style.

  • But you need to pamper yourself a little.

  • Maybe he felt excluded - or maybe he simply needed a little encouragement.

  • Alex had directed the little he said to her only.

  • Maybe a little levity would help.

  • Carmen said, grabbing her hand and kissing the chubby little fingers.

  • Like her father, the dark eyes that examined Carmen revealed little emotion.

  • "You're supposed to eat with a spoon or a fork," she instructed calmly as she finished wiping the little hand.

  • How much had he told Señor Medena - or how little?

  • He didn't need any preconceived ideas about his little brother or sister.

  • How long is this going to be your dirty little secret?

  • Jonathan wants a little brother, not a little sister.

  • I'll be back in a little while, sweetheart.

  • "A little," she said.

  • I was a little surprised at the invitation.

  • They mingled with the guests a little longer and then Carmen excused herself.

  • The way he acted tonight was a little too much like he did when he came home from the hospital.

  • "A little," Carmen responded, "but I suppose that's natural, given our relationship.

  • Maybe they were both a little wrong... and a little right.

  • We're running into a little turbulence from the storm.

  • Alex instantly provided a little white bag and she made use of it.

  • Alex sat up and leaned over her, speaking softy in a voice that was little more than a whisper.

  • "Lust," she repeated a little louder, and then said it firmly once more.

  • We're probably all a little hypocritical at times - and we're all sinners, so I hear.

  • Placing it in a little plate, he cut it up in small pieces.

  • Sit down and I'll fill you in a little.

  • Are you blaming a little boy for what his mother did?

  • You're going a little fast.

  • She was getting a little dehydrated, so they were speeding up the IV.

  • By the time she got back to the barn, little Adora was already scrambling to her feet.

  • Destiny was a little lady, waiting until he came into the kitchen before plowing into him.

  • Carmen climbed off Alex's lap and took Destiny's soft little hand in hers.

  • June leaped into July and Random gave birth to a little filly for Jonathan.

  • Maybe you are having a little water gain, but you look great.

  • It's a little early, but twins tend to have their own schedule.

  • They needed to gain a little weight before they would be released from the hospital, though.

  • His little tongue shook with the intensity of his frustrated wail.

  • I'll prepare little Natalie.

  • Natalie needed little encouragement - or maybe it was because Carmen was a little more relaxed and experienced.

  • He had an idea of how his father felt, fearing he would have to watch his little boy grow and not being able to be the provider.

  • You thought you had a son for a little while.

  • Yet he was arrested last week for selling drugs to kids like little Nicholas over there?

  • Allen had been drinking at the party a little more than usual.

  • Howard had insisted on picking up his little sister that night for safety reasons.

  • Of course, the little red truck Dad had been drooling over.

  • The blue skirt and sweater were a little dressy for jail, but they'd no doubt give her some fashionable stripes to wear anyway.

  • Even Angela and little Nick...

  • Maybe a little time to yourself is a good idea.

  • The little girl was adorable in a Shirley Temple kind of way.

  • Little Tammy was so shy and inquisitive.

  • Maybe Sarah or Giddon would take her to the little country store where the dirt road joined the highway.

  • And yet, its little engine hummed along with a surprising lack of noise.

  • A little further ahead, they glimpsed a white flash of tail as a deer bounded crossed the trail no more than fifty feet ahead of them.

  • After what seemed like hours of traveling down trails that were little more than rockslides, Giddon stopped the ATV and shut off the engine.

  • Feeling a little better?

  • Then his face engaged in a smile that created little wrinkles around his eyes and grooves in his cheeks.

  • It was like Connie to spend as little time on the telephone as possible.

  • Her make-up, though she used very little, and a couple of bathing suits.

  • Actually, she knew very little about the man with whom she had promised to spend the summer.

  • A boss she knew little about.

  • I'll try not to get in the way, but everyone deserves a little time to themselves.

  • For the most part, the work she did for the Giddon family was little more than she would have done at home - with the exception that at home she probably would have made a sandwich instead of a meal.

  • Tammy was well mannered and required little supervision.

  • Her sandals raised little puffs of dust every time she put a foot down in the soft dirt.

  • His concern probably had little to do with her safety, though.

  • He was certainly mysterious, even a little eccentric, but... what did she know about the business?

  • Sure. We'll be in after a little bit.

  • So get your filthy little mind out of the gutter.

  • Are the weeds getting a little high along the drive?

  • I guess the evening was a little cold?

  • There was little point in denying her attraction, but he'd best learn to keep his distance.

  • You're a little spitfire, you know that?

  • His expression sobered and the blue eyes lost a little of their warmth.

  • Suit yourself, but personally, I think it would be good for you to get out a little.

  • She glanced around, a little disoriented.

  • Maybe a little noise would frighten the animal away.

  • She put the offending foot on the ground, tentatively applying a little weight, clamping a hand over her mouth to stop the cry of pain.

  • Even she would have had trouble working with something so little, but his big hands dispensed with the job in short order.

  • I just turned my ankle a little.

  • She stayed around the house, propping her foot up whenever she sat down, and by evening it was only a little sore.

  • Every time he lashes out at you and gets his nails clipped in the process, it erases a little more of that fear.

  • Yet as the world began to open beyond her little circle, she realized that he had been open about his interest all along.

  • Well, maybe we both did a little.

  • She headed for her room and a little rest before supper.

  • This is a little out of my league.

  • I think you are a little afraid of me, Lisa.

  • A little, why don't we go in and I'll make us some coffee?

  • The smell of coffee brought Yancey back into the room a little later.

  • A little memory work might be required, but anyone could count from nineteen to twenty.

  • He glanced at his mother and colored a little.

  • She finished her breakfast with little conversation and saw Sarah and Tammy off to church.

  • I kept seeing little Nick's face in the window when they left the house.

  • And from what – a little kiss?

  • Well, maybe you should be - a little, anyway.

  • A little fresh air might clear some of the cobwebs.

  • She bent over and picked it up, discovering that it had a little white powder in the bottom.

  • It took little urging to bring his mouth down to hers.

  • She waited for him to get a little way down the path before she slipped from her hiding place and went to the door.

  • Where were you a little while ago?

  • It was hard to believe sweet little Sarah would be involved with anything so sinister.

  • When he opened the glove box, I was sure he'd come out with a gun, but he had a little tablet instead.

  • "Yes," he continued "I remember that little tablet.

  • I looked up Andy Gordon and found lots of pictures of his paintings, but no pictures of him, and very little information about him.

  • You just have to work at it a little at a time.

  • She returned his scowl with a little rancor.

  • Of course, a little make-up and the right clothes could do wonders - which was a good way to wind up straying off the path she had mapped before she left home.

  • Of course, Brandon was a little old for mama to be fussing over him.

  • If you want to wait until I get off work, I'll try to leave a little early so we won't get back so late.

  • Following a long drive that consisted of little more than two ruts worn by vehicle tires, they came to the Marsh ranch.

  • It isn't like we're little kids, you know.

  • Let's try a little of this.

  • Don't you think that was more than a little distracting?

  • Don't you think it's a little soon?

  • Still, don't you think we should get to know each other a little better?

  • "Thanks," he said, giving Rachel a little hug.

  • I'm asking you to show a little consideration.

  • The little car pulled out in front of them.

  • Adrienne screamed again, and then the little car ahead of them was pulling off the road.

  • Give her a little time to accept the idea.

  • They all attended the funeral on Wednesday, and Brandon had little to say to any of them.

  • Can you hold lunch for a little bit?

  • A little like heaven.

  • I don't want to lose this feisty little jewel.

  • We can get that little place in Tulsa that we talked about.

  • Not that she was likely to see him again - especially out here in the desert, hundreds of miles from their little Texas ranch.

  • If we all treated you like one of the guys, wouldn't you be a little disappointed?

  • Davis, don't you think you're a little old for her?

  • Bordeaux, this saucy little peach is Cassie Rinehart.

  • In fact, why not give them a little show?

  • The railroad was scheduled to reach Ashley soon and there would be no need for freighting goods to the little town.

  • Feeling a little hurt by his apparent disinterest, she picked up her plate and started cleaning up the camp.

  • She was confused and a little annoyed by a growing desire for a more serious relationship.

  • She watched his retreating back and knew there would be little sleep for her tonight.

  • I've got a little ranch in Texas.

  • He grinned, the expression creating little lines around his sparkling blue eyes.

  • She was the one who had become serious - and with little encouragement on his part.

  • She readied supper, careful to spend as little time in the ring of firelight as possible.

  • He held her without speaking, probably sensing there was little he could say to make her feel better.

  • Things were moving a little fast.

  • With no shade, there was little chance for rest.

  • We're close enough, and our camp sight will give us a little protection from the coming storm.

  • Maybe she could get a little rest while they waited.

  • Little specks flashed before her eyes.

  • With a little effort she located a canteen.

  • What a wicked thought to have about the man who had risked his life to protect her - not once, but a number of times in the last few days - and with so little to gain.

  • She flattened against the rock wall as she heard the horse scramble down into the ravine a little way down from her.

  • Again, it struck her that she knew little about him.

  • Their arrival created a stir in the sleepy little town.

  • She opened the door to find a little Mexican boy holding a package.

  • She knew little about Bordeaux except that she loved him.

  • I hope you find this trip a little more comfortable than the last.

  • She had a little money to buy another place.

  • You went through all of that just to buy this little ranch?

  • Little did I know that while you were proposing to me, you were making plans to marry you're little saloon girl.

  • He wasn't going to give in until she ate a little crow.

  • He gave that little twisted smile again.

  • I know, and I guess I was deliberately a little evasive because I wanted you to learn to trust me.

  • Fighting a band of renegade Indians isn't half as hard as lassoing this little filly.

  • It does sound a little eccentric, doesn't it?

  • But aren't you a little concerned about what people will say?

  • Don't you think he's a little old for me?

  • The only thing I'm attracted to is his job offer - and the idea of getting out of this gossipy little town.

  • From now on it would be crawl out of bed and cook, clean and then maybe rest a little.

  • Come on and I'll show you around a little before I turn in.

  • They rode through the herd, which paid little attention to their passage.

  • I'm just a little stiff.

  • I'll be fine after we rest for a little bit.

  • Little did he know that she wouldn't have left the ranch if her truck had been available.

  • She was little more than half-done and already he thought it was too much?

  • I'm trying to get everything caught up so I can spend a little time with Claudette.

  • I actually felt a little sorry for her.

  • Following his gaze, Cynthia saw the little green Ford coming up the drive.

  • Funny how little things like that could stay in a person's thoughts for hours.

  • As a matter of fact, the place could use a little sprucing up.

  • "All the same," he said, "You're entitled to a little free time yourself.

  • Isn't it a little late to start worrying about that sort of thing?

  • The last thing I want is a half-dozen little brats running around here tearing things up.

  • If I had paid more attention to her and spent a little less time out on the range, she might be alive today.

  • I thought you might have thawed out a little by now.

  • Does that mean we can't indulge in a little innocent affection now and then?

  • You said you didn't want any little brats tearing your house up.

  • Little things like the way you took in that stupid cat.

  • Cade's tone was a little startled and a lot amused.

  • His tone sounded a little alarmed, and she glanced up at him.

  • He was a man who said little, but felt a lot.

  • Annie was Howie's little sister.

  • I tried to shush her to little avail.

  • You even touched it, maybe saw little green men.

  • A little later I heard Howie shuffling back downstairs.

  • He was; maybe a little upset.

  • Martha stopped me upstairs a little later as I was coming out of my room.

  • There was little interest in another round of Monopoly.

  • I guess I'd like a little input from you guys, if you don't mind.

  • There was a little girl of about six or seven playing with a doll on the floor.

  • What do you think about our little experiment?

  • "Maybe I should have downed a little booze to relax me," he said as he turned away toward the wall.

  • Martha rolled her eyes, beginning to share her husband's opinion of our little trial.

  • "I was back again!" he said as excited as a little leaguer with his first hit."

  • Oh, you little ones; be careful and don't talk to strangers!

  • The adults were off someplace and we got a little drunk, I guess.

  • Up and down the hills, searching and searching but all the little ones are staying inside in this coal-stripped countryside.

  • I'll try my luck closer to the seashore where the scenery is as fair as the little ones I seek.

  • On to rural America where the pickings are as fertile as the country side and there's always a trusting little soul willing to help a stranger.

  • Little conversation took place as each of us kept our thoughts to ourselves.

  • Peabody was two hundred and thirty miles and we arrived at our destination a little after eleven on Friday night, after nearly six hours of steady traffic.

  • I drive the country roads, humming my tune, my new little pet safely in my hands.

  • No need to cry on such a pretty day, little one.

  • It's utterly delightful with all the little school children scurrying about.

  • Sometimes he has trouble sleeping and it takes very little noise to wake him.

  • Howie relaxed a little.

  • There was little sound from the kitchen as well.

  • The little boy was unconscious.

  • First I must lay my little darling to rest.

  • Our little group anguished over our decision once we were back together, alternating between chastising and applauding what we'd done.

  • I want to help before it's too late, like with the little boy.

  • You didn't just save little Timothy, Howie.

  • Now there is one less hunter to compete with me for the precious little ones.

  • I choose the graves of my little ones far more carefully.

  • Everyone tried a little conciliation.

  • Howie offered little and without seeing his facial reaction, I couldn't tell how he stood.

  • Finally, Howie was able to connect with a recently abducted little girl in Alabama.

  • We'd spent little quality time together.

  • We conveyed the meager information to a national tip line, fearing it might be too little too late.

  • I've chosen the sea shore as the final resting place for my little beauty.

  • I'm on the road once more with only my memory of sweet little Marcia for company.

  • I can't concentrate on my little darlings.

  • She's such a little beauty I can hardly wait for the sun to set.

  • We accomplished little the rest of the day.

  • Forget this little exercise ever happened; it won't be repeated.

  • Little Eric lives with me and is the most important part of my life.

  • Where can I find you, my next little friend?

  • My little passenger screamed from the back trunk at the sound of the gun shots but he was already dead.

  • I'd never drive with my own plates when I'm on the prowl for little people.

  • Do nothing for the time being but perhaps consider instituting a little misdirection in the future.

  • I eyed a sporty little number but Betsy, with a family in her radar, opted for a mid-sized compact.

  • The new canine member of our family was a happy little feller with a fair dose of Cocker Spaniel in his genealogy.

  • Fortunately the day presented little of our precise criteria.

  • No sound disturbed Howie and with Martha able to use her special hypnotic-like tone, little time was wasted inducing Howie's sleep state.

  • Days without refreshing little company to pass the dreary miles.

  • But first I need company and the affection of a sweet little friend.

  • If you're concerned my little project might impact your security, don't be alarmed.

  • She's such a little fraidy cat but I shan't be able to keep her much longer.

  • Once inside, he found the child sleeping alone in her room; a little princess, he called her.

  • The man pulled up his mask enough for Howie to see a mustache and glasses but little else.

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