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I do not know how long I sat peering down that well.
I sat upon the edge of the well telling myself that, at any rate, there was nothing to fear, and that there I must descend for the solution of my difficulties.
Such of them as were so constituted as to be miserable and rebellious would die; and, in the end, the balance being permanent, the survivors would become as well adapted to the conditions of underground life, and as happy in their way, as the Upper-world people were to theirs.
As you look over the pond westward you are obliged to employ both your hands to defend your eyes against the reflected as well as the true sun, for they are equally bright; and if, between the two, you survey its surface critically, it is literally as smooth as glass, except where the skater insects, at equal intervals scattered over its whole extent, by their motions in the sun produce the finest imaginable sparkle on it, or, perchance, a duck plumes itself, or, as I have said, a swallow skims so low as to touch it.
Perhaps there's a well there; and, if there is, it's sure to be a dark one.
He had but one leg, set just below the middle of his round, fat body; but it was a stout leg and had a broad, flat foot at the bottom of it, on which the man seemed to stand very well.
Toto was usually a well behaved dog, but this time he was angry and snapped at the man's leg again and again.
Verily, to the loftiest height had I to fly, to find again the well of delight!
Here on the loftiest height bubbleth up for me the well of delight
Cast but your pure eyes into the well of my delight, my friends
Riverside-San Bernardino: Wells Fargo operates the third largest depository institution in the market, controlling deposits of $547 million, representing approximately 10.
Wells to those already acquainted with her public persona.
During the fourth quarter, Range's Appalachian division drilled 186 (109 net) wells in its core coal bed methane, shale gas and tight gas sand properties.
To honor Wells, the school's first and only librarian, school staff asked parents to donate hardcover books in her name and successfully lobbied the school board to approve naming the library after her.
based Wells was fined $150,000 and its president, Leo Wells, 59, was suspended from acting in a principal capacity for one year.