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  • Unwillingly the sideward movement was arrested, and his eyes returned and met the Irishman's.

    CHAPTER 19

  • Unwillingly, she felt some compassion for the governess and her two dresses—one brown, one blue.

    The Dressmaker

  • Unwillingly, they all filed back out onto the street.

    Agent Q, or The Smell Of Danger!

  • Unwillingly, he remembered again the rumors about the Marshal's health.

    DBTL 2: Passing the Torch

  • Unwillingly, I feel a bit of admiration toward the author, David K. Shipler, for his ability to twist the definition of the word 'elitist' into a racial epithet.

    April 2008

  • Unwillingly I came in on this levee with my wife on my arm:

    The Newcomes

  • Unwillingly together the readers and this blogger have created a small net community.

    Venezuela News and Views has hit the 4 years mark

  • Unwillingly, she listened, and while no words came from the sound, images formed in her mind.

    Breakdowns

  • Unwillingly, because he had half-hoped they would have vanished, he turned his eyes instead upon the strange, skeletal creatures standing quietly in the chill night air, their blank white eyes gleaming.

    Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

  • One wonders if Shakespeare, who certainly could not have learned all that he eventually learned from memorizing Latin declensions, felt about his formal instruction pretty much the way that the 'whining schoolboy' does in Jaques 'Seven Ages of Man speech,' creeping like snail/Unwillingly to school '.

    Shakespeare

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