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  • Alex had provided the money to remodel the home, but insisted that it stay in her name only.

  • They put her through college and it was her intent to stay with them as long as they needed her.

  • If this was what defined a vacation away from home, she'd just as soon stay at home.

  • No, not too far, but the party is tonight, so we need to stay close.

  • Maybe Katie was simply trying to stay out of trouble.

  • More important - would he stay?

  • She obviously wants you to stay.

  • Your father even offered you land if you would come down here to stay.

  • When you bring the babies home, can I come stay with you for a while and help take care of them?

  • You all have been so nice to us, and we've enjoyed our stay.

  • Hopefully, it would stay away.

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

  • Accusing him and storming out the door wasn't going to make him want to stay.

  • He married and decided to stay there.

  • After he died, she decided to stay here.

  • As if Destiny had not been through enough already, she was forced to stay inside the tent.

  • Exhaustion from the ordeal was taking its toll on Carmen as well, but she tried to stay awake.

  • A few times she nodded off, but for the most part she was able to stay awake until Alex arrived the next morning with Katie.

  • "I want to stay here," Carmen said.

  • Someone will have to pick her up at the airport, but she can stay with Jonathan at the house.

  • "She could stay with us," Katie interjected.

  • You'd better stay in out of the weather... and get some rest.

  • You have to stay in here, but Mommy will hug you.

  • You can sit up, but you have to stay in there.

  • I will stay with you tonight so you can rest.

  • Once inside, she locked the door and ordered Destiny to stay in the house while she called Alex.

  • Stay in the house.

  • "You know," Lisa said, "you don't need to stay here and take care of me any longer.

  • "I... I couldn't stay here," she stuttered.

  • Mom will insist that you stay.

  • Why would his mother insist that she stay?

  • She'll have to stay here tonight.

  • It was best to stay where she was, but she needed to let someone know she was here.

  • I wish you could stay.

  • I was glad to have you stay the night.

  • Stay close to me.

  • I stay here at the house where it's safe.

  • Try to stay out of the woods.

  • You can go with me or stay here.

  • From now on, I think it's best you stay around the house.

  • When Sarah learned of her plan to go to the house and pick up some things, she insisted there was no reason to stay.

  • Actually, she'd rather get a room than stay in the house.

  • All I know is that he's temperamental, and you'd better stay away from him.

  • Once you get away from him, stay away.

  • I know you're trying to stay fashionably thin, but the truth is...

  • I guess I'll have to make sure I marry a man who'll stay home with the children.

  • They wanted to stay at the party.

  • I guess I should stay here and study as well, but...

  • I'm going to stay here with mother.

  • He refused to stay on his diet.

  • I wanted to stay, but I thought you wanted to be alone with your mother.

  • She wanted to ask him how long he would stay at the ranch, but she couldn't think of a way to word the question that didn't sound insensitive.

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

  • Your mother seems to be under the impression that you want to stay here - permanently.

  • I love that ranch and I wanted to stay there.

  • He told me to stay close to the wagons.

  • Keep your rifles ready and stay close to each other.

  • Cassie, if things get rough, you find Bordeaux and stay with him.

  • What reason did he have to stay with the freighters now?

  • We'll have to stay here until it lets up.

  • If anything happens, find Bordeaux and stay with him.

  • Wiping her hands on her pants, she gripped her rifle and tried to stay awake.

  • We're going to stay here for the night.

  • We've been invited to stay for breakfast.

  • I thought I wanted to stay that way.

  • Maybe Bordeaux would stay with this woman.

  • You want to stay with him, in spite of what he did?

  • You intend to stay out there - alone with him?

  • How many times have I offered to let you stay with me - free?

  • Would she be invited along, or would she be expected to stay on the ranch?

  • If he couldn't get in the shed, he'd probably find some other place to stay warm.

  • More likely so they can stay in the black.

  • I know you're sure you can stay in control, but...

  • For the next week, she tried to stay too busy to think about him.

  • How could she stay, feeling as she did about Cade?

  • It was best to stay out of the entire thing - if they would only let her.

  • She had set it in the oven to stay warm before she left the house.

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

  • It was a risky thing, lying down on the couch with a man, but this was Cade - half asleep and asking her to stay - Cade, who never asked for anything.

  • She had to have some place to stay until she found another apartment.

  • "I need a place to stay," she finally blurted out.

  • No, he didn't fire me, but I can't stay here any more.

  • Maybe it would be a good idea for you to stay out there a while and find the answers.

  • Every day I stay in this house I degrade myself further.

  • You can run away from him, stay in the same relationship, or set your foot down and get things back into control.

  • And so it was that she decided to stay on the ranch.

  • It was difficult enough to stay with him - conversation was impossible.

  • Mr. Cade: I'm sorry to leave you like this without proper notice, but I simply couldn't stay any longer.

  • She couldn't stay with Mary forever.

  • I thought he could stay in one of the rooms upstairs at night – if you don't mind.

  • How does he stay active?

  • You're all involved so I'm asking you all stay in the room with me.

  • Why don't you stay with Howie?

  • Maybe now Youngblood would stay out of the news and Howie would back off insisting we take action to stop him.

  • I would have tried to stay with him, but I'd taken so long up until then, I couldn't do it.

  • It was her first day back on the job; she would stay only an hour while Quinn babysat.

  • Howie, if Quinn could get you back to the road, is there any way you could stay with this guy to his car, or whatever he's driving?

  • If your stay is prolonged, we'll discuss alternatives later.

  • "Do you think Quinn could come out here if I have to stay a while?" he pleaded during one conversation.

  • Fine. Let him stay, but send out Quinn.

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