said Joe, "and if the Scotchman found it lie heavy
on his stomach, he got no more than he deserved.
Anne of Austria rose; she herself was anxious to have the question of the forty millions settled -- the question which seemed to lie heavy
on the mind of every one.
What added to my wretchedness was the loss of my little infant: not that I pretend to have had for it that extravagant tenderness of which I believe I might have been capable under other circumstances; but I resolved, in every instance, to discharge the duty of the tenderest mother; and this care prevented me from feeling the weight of that heaviest of all things, when it can be at all said to lie heavy
on our hands.
The shadow does indeed seem to lie heavy
on some of you.
I don't think I could have done more, then, without letting my hold on father go; but they sometimes lie heavy
on my mind.
He said that his health state will lie heavy
on the conscience of the Republican Party of Armenia, president Serzh Sarysyan and
It brings wonderful warmth and comfort, yet can Lie heavy
and binding as chain mail crushing Your very heart and soul.
The mother-of-three is currently appearing on Living TV and insists being a psychic has never been a burden although the responsibility does lie heavy
on her shoulders.
Woolen shawls lie heavy
on the shoulders of old women, and old men wrap their bodies in blankets.
Five years later, Australian peacekeeping troops brought an end to the killings, but the conflict and its consequences still lie heavy
on the land and its people.
So, when Cunningham leads out his young side into the stadium this afternoon, the responsibility will lie heavy
on his shoulders.
Each fluffy pancake was an even golden-brown and although firm to touch they did not lie heavy
in my stomach.
Bearing in mind the amount of time that must lie heavy
on her beautifully-manicured hands, it's not too surprising that the Princess has over-done it a little in the enjoyment stakes.
But the burden of the challenges still ahead lie heavy
The burdens lie heavy
on Selvadurai's heroine, who burns to do more than just marry the man her father has in mind.