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My dear cousin, suppose you married my son Athanase; nothing could be more natural.
A key is nothing," I said, "thee are many duplicates, and anyhow it is not difficult to pick a lock of this kind.
They expected to have a better view of the house from that part of the park, and will be thinking how it may be improved; and nothing of that sort, you know, can be settled without you.
But I thoroughly disliked my own physique and nothing but the belief that it was a condition of poetic genius would have reconciled me to it.
Egyptian granite that has defied the storms and earthquakes of all time has nothing to fear from the tack-hammers of ignorant excursionists--highwaymen like this specimen.
They saw nothing extraordinary in him during that fortnight.
Worst, when this sensualism intrudes into the education of young women, and withers the hope and affection of human nature by teaching that marriage signifies nothing but a housewife's thrift, and that woman's life has no other aim.
I turn out nothing else, and I make you a present of the confession.
You're a dear, and nothing else," answered Meg warmly, and no one contradicted her, for the `Mouse' was the pet of the family.
The other, a black-haired boy with large ears, said nothing at all but always managed to get her into the darkness, where he began to kiss her.
When he had nothing to do for the moment, he would stand round fidgeting, dancing, with the overflow of energy that was in him.
I never could do nothing with a pot but mend it or bile it--never had a note of music in me.
Nothing lies between them but the torrent, roaring over its waterfalls between two lofty walls of granite that rise above it, their sides covered with the leafage of tall beeches and dark fir trees to the height of a hundred feet.
And as unskilful players of draughts are at last shut up by their more skilful adversaries and have no piece to move, so they too find themselves shut up at last; for they have nothing to say in this new game of which words are the counters; and yet all the time they are in the right.
There is nothing wrong about it," said the young man, candidly.