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While she was making the most of it, her master came and cried: 'Hurry up, Gretel, the guest is coming directly after me
Churchill rules at Enscombe, and is a very oddtempered woman; and his coming now, depends upon her being willing to spare him.
In short, I can feel no dependence on his coming, and I wish Mr.
John's Wood and Hampstead, and eastward in Shoreditch and Highbury and Haggerston and Hoxton, and, indeed, through all the vastness of London from Ealing to East Ham--people were rubbing their eyes, and opening windows to stare out and ask aimless questions, dressing hastily as the first breath of the coming storm of Fear blew through the streets.
Her astonishment at his coming -- at his coming to Netherfield, to Longbourn, and voluntarily seeking her again, was almost equal to what she had known on first witnessing his altered behaviour in Derbyshire.
Tommy's mother writes me that Tommy is not coming on in arithmetic as fast as she would like.
But I've learned to love Kingsport, too, and I'm glad I'm coming back next fall.
We were coming home for dinner, and had come to the top of the steps up from the West Pier and stopped to look at the view, as we generally do.
It was such an odd expression, coming apropos of nothing, that it quite startled me.
At the finish there was not an oar's length between the first and second boat, with Death coming in a good third on the top of the very next smooth swell, for all one knew to the contrary.
Their brown skin showed through the rents of their shirts; and the two small bunches of half-naked, tattered men went on bowing from the waist to each other in their back-breaking labour, up and down, absorbed, with no time for a glance over the shoulder at the help that was coming to them.
In coming to you, sir, I have no advice or encouragement beyond my own hope.
The first object of my coming here, sir, is to assure you that you must believe that there is no more hope of your ever speaking with her again, than there would be if she had died when she came home last night.
didn't stand to lose a farthing' through Mr Harmon's coming to life, but was quite as well satisfied as if that gentleman had been barbarously murdered, and he (Mr Inspector) had pocketed the government reward.
I was going to say," remarked Ned with a smile, "that you were coming it rather strong on the school-book stuff.