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  • There were sparks between them from the start.

  • Could you start a fire, honey?

  • Hope that you'll start accepting me as your husband - your mate; not just a lover.

  • I don't want you to start feeling neglected.

  • She'd start feeling more comfortable with the room.

  • But then, he had made it clear from the start that he didn't want any of them in his life.

  • When did that start - and was it a good thing?

  • Later, the jolting of the plane awakened her with a start.

  • I was right from the start, though... about you.

  • School was out and Jonathan was scheduled to start camp next week.

  • Alex had guessed it from the start.

  • Ultimately she would forgive him, so why not start now?

  • But if she moved, the car might start rocking again.

  • When do I start?

  • If he was going to start throwing things, she had no intention of staying there in the kitchen alone with him.

  • I need to start taking care of that.

  • When you start seeing Nick... that way, try to replace it with a warm family moment.

  • College would start soon and she would be leaving anyway.

  • I suspected him right from the start.

  • Oh, now don't start crying.

  • It would start all over again.

  • Don't start acting like it was all my idea.

  • Don't you start that infidelity stuff on me.

  • Don't you know people talk about a woman who spends weeks out here with men - and men start to get ideas.

  • I wouldn't want to start trouble with the guys.

  • She was spoiling the men, but her decision to start home from Ashley was going to leave them in the lurch.

  • Then you'd better start singing out.

  • Cassie slept fitfully that night and woke in the morning with a start.

  • One day it wouldn't start.

  • Waking with a start, she glanced at her watch.

  • You start that and he'll hang around for sure.

  • She woke with a start, and then punched her pillow.

  • It was obvious that he wanted to clear the air, but couldn't decide where to start.

  • She came awake with a start as thunder rattled the entire house.

  • With a start she realized that this was no dream.

  • I'll go in and start supper.

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

  • She had always wanted children, although this wasn't the way she had intended to start a family.

  • It was either that or start from scratch but he's not even sure he's a catholic, much less committed to anything.

  • For a start we could have him take a nap up there while we fix lunch.

  • Howie woke with a start.

  • With each tip we give there's further chance someone will start stringing them together.

  • The balance of the weekend went well after a slow start.

  • Our nervous quintet settled in, ordered wine for the drinkers and waited for one of us to start the conversation.

  • It takes time for me to establish motion and I got a late start.

  • That's a start, Brennan said, getting back to business.

  • "It's not much of a description to start with," I injected.

  • If our privacy was assaulted by some mistake we made, at least we could start over.

  • "We're all in this together and have been since the start," I said.

  • I don't want to start over as someone else in a new place.

  • But Howie nagged me to start bridge building.

  • I knew from the start he was a fake-a-roo!

  • Merrill Cooms new project, After, got off to a start the week we first met Julie.

  • When did it start?

  • Howie woke with a start and immediately related details he remembered.

  • I realize now my venture was doomed to failure from the start as my target was far better protected than I sensed.

  • I never like her from the start.

  • What do we all do, take those fake papers and run off someplace and start over, or go into hiding?

  • I knew from the start we were a house of cards in a windstorm, but you were the glue that held us together.

  • "Any chance you might start up again later, if we're assured all the threats are eliminated?" he asked.

  • The old man woke with a start as the woman smiled and set aside her book.

  • He didn't get that much of a head start.

  • We don't start serving until five o'clock called one of a half dozen women setting out food on a steam line.

  • That was just the start.

  • Ben, could you start up Quinn's machines and see if maybe you could get them to work?

  • He minimized the situation and thanked us for the excitement we'd given to the start of his retirement.

  • I'll start at the top and work my way all the way down.

  • I think you'll start all the way down.

  • I'll take a couple of the meetings, and I tasked Jenn to start forwarding intelligence reports to me as well.

  • Start pinging our sources in the underworld.

  • I should start charging you for taking the edge off as often as I do.

  • I want you to start learning what it means to be in charge of something.

  • We'll start by taking out what's here and the warehouse where he's storing weapons.

  • As soon as the condo goes up, have them start, Dusty directed.

  • Jenn, start intel feeds every thirty minutes starting now.

  • Will start evacs for our skeleton crew at noon.

  • But once they start attacking …" "We fight, like always.

  • And we'll start by taking out one of their leaders.

  • Yully ate slowly, enjoying the stew enough to start a second bowl.

  • Start with gathering blankets, hot water, a first-aid kit, any sort of bandages they might have.

  • It will be a new start for us.

  • "I'd never do that to you," she said, unable to stop the tears she'd been holding back since the start of the evening.

  • Just when I start to like you … you know, it's amazing even a man who's thousands of years old can act like a twelve-year-old.

  • "Wow, I didn't mean to start this," Sofia said.

  • "Just when I start to get bored with life," Damian agreed.

  • The rest we kill when they start going crazy.

  • "As soon as he's done, we'll start working on you," the Black God promised.

  • Looks like we should start running, non?

  • "All hell is about to start raining down," Jule said, pulling away from her.

  • We've got to start moving everything within twenty-four hours, Lon told them, slinging a machine gun over his shoulder.

  • Truly thrilled about the start to her new life, she folded the phone and dropped it into her pocket.

  • "We'll give you a head start," the one in front of her said.

  • Gabriel's biggest mistake was not forcing you to accept your new world from the start.

  • I'll start from the beginning.

  • Glancing down at herself, she decided there was only one logical place for her to start.

  • She hoped he'd drop the subject, that they could start over.

  • I don't know where to start.

  • That's where you start.

  • Paul and Paulette babbled about Telluride and how they wanted an early start for the fifty-mile trip on this summer sunshine morning.

  • "I plan to start checking the old newspapers for missing persons, soon as the library opens tomorrow," he said.

  • That's where we start.

  • I camp out sometimes, to get an early start.

  • And I'll start cooking lean and mean Dean specials.

  • Well, now that you have a time frame and a first name, that's a start.

  • A DNA test would start around five hundred bucks.

  • I might as well start hauling this stuff.

  • The parade's about to start!

  • Before you start following the poor woman like in a James Bond movie, maybe we should give the entire Dawkins clan a rest.

  • Around the start of the war, Roger continued.

  • Dean asked, the one question that had bothered him from the start.

  • After that nasty sheriff created all that fuss and arrested your stepfather, my attorney was sure the judge would call a mistrial and we'd have to start over again.

  • Paul— my husband—knew this from the very start.

  • Beat Fitzgerald in the election and then start your term of office chasing down some ancient murder if you want.

  • What makes you think I won't start telling tales?

  • He was happy to sit on the sidelines and wait for those hard lessons to start.

  • "You can start by telling me how my replacement acted," she continued.

  • They'd start their lives together and live happily ever after.

  • Landon, start taking accountability of dealers and compasses throughout the day.

  • Uneasy, he also realized he had to focus on mopping up the rest of his mess in the mortal world, so he could start to address the underworld.

  • Don't start down that path.

  • We can start with you telling me your secret.

  • No, this definitely wasn't what she expected when she made the choices she did long ago to start this chain-of-events.

  • The movements seemed to start there, circle around the lake then drop, as if there was an invisible wall.

  • "This is a good start," Gabriel said.

  • "Because every time I start to love you, you betray me," he said at last.

  • Don't start that shit.

  • Deidre sobbed, suddenly wishing she could go back and change whatever it was she did to start this chain of events.

  • She couldn't start to make things right with him, if she didn't start there.

  • This is where we start to rebuild.

  • More than likely he was concerned that she would start a scene.

  • It wasn't like in the old house, where she would have slept cold, got up to a colder house and had to start a fire in an old stove, then wait an hour until she could no longer see her breath.

  • When did that start?

  • Hopefully she wouldn't start crying for him again.

  • She showered and headed for the kitchen to start lunch.

  • I'll start supper after a while.

  • Maybe Alex would have recovered more quickly if he had been there from the start.

  • Otherwise, you start taking each other for granted.

  • Brushing her hair until it shined, she put her clothes on over the new underwear and headed for the kitchen to start supper.

  • Still, they had spent so much money on it and needed to start getting something back.

  • You have to make a choice that day: to continue living or to start mourning, she started angrily.

  • Great way to start a discussion.

  • Spread everyone out and have them start searching.

  • When you ignored my second summons, you forced me to make a choice and start off a new chain of events.

  • It wasn't enough to salvage his mess, but it was a start.

  • But if I was you, I'd start running.

  • Within the week, the death-dealers stuck in the mortal realm could start collecting souls again.

  • Pick someone as quick as you and start collecting souls.

  • There are more, but we'll start there.

  • It was a good start.

  • "He'd been dead for at least two days, then, long enough for rigor to set in and the body to start releasing gases," Wynn said.

  • Deidre didn't know what to think about Gabriel, not when he seemed conflicted about her to start off with.

  • If you start to deteriorate, I'll tell you.

  • As soon as I start down that path, I'm … He raised an eyebrow.

  • He scared her, but it was beyond the time for her to start getting some answers.

  • The little girl pushed the pages until satisfied, and Deidre didn't have the mental power to tell her it wasn't normal to start mid-book.

  • Before you start to deteriorate and your body gives out on you?

  • Not exactly a clean start.

  • He figured Rhyn and Andre needed a private moment and snorted as he heard Rhyn start off.

  • "Don't start that mediator shit with me," Rhyn snapped.

  • I don't expect you to start now.

  • Did you really come here tonight to start trying to win me over?

  • Start over with someone who doesn't look like your ex.

  • The kid began crying and she waited, ticking off her mental to-do list to see where she'd start.

  • Shall we start with Asia this time?

  • "I'll start," Kris said.

  • Give me a head start, Rhyn.

  • Why would I start?

  • "Don't start," Gabriel warned.

  • We've been trying to help put her through a good school for her advanced degree, so she can start working some place and make decent money.

  • You better start running.

  • Nope. I had to start over yesterday.

  • Where should I start?

  • I can start whenever!

  • "We'd like to start afresh, preferably in the place we intend to raise half a dozen unruly kids," he said.

  • In the morning, she'd clean up the house and then start working on another painting, the portrait of Evelyn and Romas she wanted to give the two of them as their joint wedding present.

  • The party tonight would be a perfect way to start.

  • Which hall is that in case I start wandering in the morning?

  • Kiera didn't know where to start.

  • "So …" She trailed off, not sure where to start.

  • Nishani, if you are rested, we must start your behavior training.

  • You can't start a conversation like that and leave!

  • Leyon drew his sword and waited, giving her a head start.

  • He set the timer for the explosions to start on the opposite side of the planet, startled when the first went off as soon as he gave the order.

  • I'd start to worry if I didn't hear strange noises.

  • Maybe she wanted to get an early start.

  • Then, as soon as it was quite a while, she'd start the whole business over again!

  • Two cars were parked off the edge of the road and as they passed, Cynthia looked back with a start.

  • We've got empty rooms, at least until the ice climbers start coming tomorrow.

  • If you don't have anyone to tell you how smart you are, it's about time you start doing it yourself.

  • Let's start by doing some serious work on the notebook.

  • "I can hardly wait to start our research on Aunt Annie!" she exclaimed as she sat at the table.

  • No. But I'm going to start at page one and decipher the entire notebook in order.

  • Miss Worthington is letting him get an early start.

  • When you're hungry and someone offers a meal, maybe you start rationalizing the price you're paying and start playing by a different set of rules.

  • At least I'll get a head start tomorrow night, breaking the news to Fran.

  • You mean you'd start blasting away on the spur of the moment— in the heat of passion.

  • He probably got an early start on his own sisters down on God's little acre.

  • It's the rambling of a disturbed woman but you'd better bury it somewhere before you have to start explaining your upstairs cleaning habits.

  • Dean woke with a start in the darkened room, as wide-awake as mid-day of a grade school vacation.

  • He woke with a start, to find Edith Shipton, with only her long blonde hair covering the body that was snuggling against him!

  • Suddenly, a loud sound from above awakened him with a start.

  • Mrs. Shipton was packaged a little loosely to start with, so the white dress and her being pregnant and all just pushed her all the further.

  • I wouldn't be surprised the Shipton marriage was a disaster from the start and Donnie's silence is a result of that tension.

  • Jackson had a bad feeling about him from the start.

  • Then off the newborn goes to start a life of vampirism, just like a bird leaving the nest.

  • What say we start over again?

  • If you don't feed soon, you'll start getting cranky and I need you happy.

  • Jackson removed his sunglasses and drawled, "That remains to be seen, why don't you start by directing me to the best shop to find a suit."

  • Fine, but if you start sounding suicidal, I'm going to slap you around.

  • Do that and you have to start building tolerance all over again.

  • Nothing, I'm going to take a bath then start my book.

  • Jackson woke with a start at 7:15 pm.

  • Do you think maybe we could start over, with a more civil tone perhaps?

  • He waited to hear an engine start, ready to pounce.

  • Start this and I'll get some more.

  • I don't even know where to start.

  • Don't start with me, Sarah.

  • Guess we should start stock piling bottles.

  • Where do I start?

  • As he headed into Fairhaven carrying the canvas, Jackson realized with a start that he had not fed all day.

  • He waited, expecting the questions to start, but she bit her lip.

  • Would you start the music for me?

  • Jackson gave a start.

  • He kissed her again, this time with urgency and let go enough so his fangs should definitely start their descent.

  • Well, I'm starving and if you don't stop that, I will most certainly ruin these eggs and have to start over.

  • You have to try to let her work through that, so she can start to think clearly again.

  • You know, when I was down in that room losing my mind, you said something that made me start to see things differently.

  • Fine, I thought I would start up stairs today.

  • No... um… getting a head start on the Halloween Gala.

  • Of course, I'll start drawing some ideas right away.

  • We can get a head start on carving today.

  • Why don't I start carving that while you draw this one?

  • There's enough stuff there to start a whole new studio.

  • Let's both take a breath and we'll start.

  • Going to unpack then Connor and I will start bringing decorations down.

  • Don't start without me.

  • Okay, where to start?

  • So how do we start?

  • We should start tomorrow.

  • Jackson chuckled, thinking he should have put Sarah on this from the start.

  • I better start planning my menu, only four days left.

  • Before you start that, I have invited a dinner guest tomorrow.

  • You've got a good start on it now.

  • So help him with his farm, start your horse ranch.

  • Don't start playing cupid on me.

  • Like, why you decided to start a goat dairy?

  • Yeah, well I didn't want you to go in and start supper or something.

  • Let's go in and eat before I start the chores.

  • He was ready to start a family as well - had been for a long time.

  • It had stopped snowing, but it looked like it could start again any minute.

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