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Let no one, whatever his rank or condition, dare to follow the beautiful Marcela, under pain of incurring my fierce indignation.
Then it was a splendid imitation of a pain," retorted Tip, angrily.
I should never have failed toward Lucy and Philip as I have done, if I had not been weak, selfish, and hard,--able to think of their pain without a pain to myself that would have destroyed all temptation.
Our greatness will appear Then most conspicuous, when great things of small, Useful of hurtful, prosperous of adverse We can create, and in what place so e're Thrive under evil, and work ease out of pain Through labour and endurance.
The scratching pain of the contact made him draw a long breath through his clinched teeth.
He has merely sympathy with pain, and sympathy with pain is not the highest form of sympathy.
The only pain to me was pain on his account, poor, foolish young man.
He was throwing them together now to make the pain he suffered more intolerable.
They want to get away from each other when there is only such a very slight bond as that between them; and one day, I suppose, the pain and the dull monotony of it all had stood before her eyes plainer than usual, and the mocking spectre had frightened her.
Prince Andrew answered all his questions reluctantly but reasonably, and then said he wanted a bolster placed under him as he was uncomfortable and in great pain.
Really, it's most provoking I canna put my hand to my side without your thinking I have a pain there.
And when they were finally removed, there were no wounds to lick; though deep in the shoulder was a pain that required months in which to die out.
If I were to draw the curtains, and look out of that window, I should feel the acutest pain all over my face.
Rose lay in a shivering bunch near the register, with her things half off, wringing her hands, and trying not to cry with the pain returning warmth brought to her half-frozen fingers.
I lay all this while, as the reader may believe, in great uneasiness: at length, struggling to get loose, I had the fortune to break the strings, and wrench out the pegs that fastened my left arm to the ground; for, by lifting it up to my face, I discovered the methods they had taken to bind me, and at the same time with a violent pull, which game me excessive pain, I a little loosened the strings that tied down my hair on the left side, so that I was just able to turn my head about two inches.