'Lookee, rascal,' said Hugh, contracting his brows, 'I'm not altogether such a shallow blade but I know you expected to get something by it, or you wouldn't have done it
. But it's done, and you're here, and it will soon be all over with you and me; and I'd as soon die as live, or live as die.
None of us could budge; but Benny she slid around soft, with her tears running down, and stood by his side, and nestled his old gray head up against her and begun to stroke it and pet it with her hands, and nodded to us to go away, and we done it
, going out very quiet, like the dead was there.
"Well, some of the best authorities has done it. They couldn't get the chain off, so they just cut their hand off and shoved.
Run along and smouch the knives -- three of them." So I done it.
The family cardcase having done its
duty the girls walked on, and Jo uttered another thanksgiving on reaching the fifth house, and being told that the young ladies were engaged.
"It was due for publication in November [next year] but because I managed to get it done it
's going to come out this November."
The Street turn out for Aidan's funeral but when all's said done it
's grievig dad Johnny who needs the support.
Lynne Hughes: Something should be done it
's really a pity to see it decaying like this - it must have been a lovely ship in its day.
Although that world-famous bridge only needs painting - and as soon as the job's done it
's time to start again - with churches the situation is far more serious.
Where it has been done it
's great, but there are still some terrible potholes.
When you get two players like we have done it
's very positive for everyone.
I can't use that haircut anymore, because everyone else has done it
Radebe felt the need to defend Leeds' reputation, adamant that the record must be set straight about a club that has done it
's best to rid the game of that wretched section of supporters.
While dope is in some ways the ultimate hipster buy, when all is said and done it
's still a purchase and the user is a consumer.
"If something isn't done it
's going to be the end of Chapleau and Hearst," said one lumber company official who declined to be identified.