“These brought the news while it was yet night; and, thirdly, the scouts running down from the heights as soon as day dawned, _brought the same intelligence_.”
“Thus the Italian menu another term brought in from across the Alps is yet more testimony to Gallic gastronomic power.”
“Jake repeating my name brought me out of my stupor.”
“Just saying his name brought sadness that filled the air between us.”
“Could he overcome destructive chatter his name brought after a year of being a tabloid punch line?”
“And someone at the label brought up that it seemed like there are a lot of weddings on soap operas.”
“The word brought me a sensation of freedom and lightness, almost of flying.”
“Little did he know his name brought our dark day a few minutes of light.”
“Trixie Armbruster did not look like a tramp, or at least the sort of tramp her nickname brought to mind.”
“Something in the seriousness of his expression brought a shiver to her spine.”
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This is just a list, right, that I'm gonna, like, fill with words, that, like, are every word that I can, like, think of with, ahhmm, my brain.
All words of the Lisbon Treaty
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Some words are always like this. Some only when British or archaic. Some are just fun.
Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
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