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“Reckless, inconsiderate acceptance of him; to close with him at the altar, revealing nothing, and chancing discovery; to snatch ripe pleasure before the iron teeth of pain could have time to shut upon her: that was what love counselled; and in almost a terror of ecstasy Tess divined that, despite her many months of lonely self-chastisement, wrestlings, communings, schemes to lead a future of austere isolation, love's counsel would prevail.”
“The limits of my paper warn me that it is time for me to close with my affectionate Adieux.”
“In flashback we see him dancing close with a mini-skirted Holly Townsend at what must be the country and western bar where she sings.”
“Trees grew close with dog-hair thickets of young sugar pines fighting for sunlight in the patches of land that in past years had been montane meadows.”
“The Yankees got up close with two targets this weekend in Chicago's Carlos Zambrano and Ryan Dempster, but neither one is likely to come to New York.”
“Penrod's familiar nose had been as close with only a ticklish spinal effect upon the not very remote descendant of Congo man-eaters.”
“There were other factors involved besides money: Hunter was close with Yankee scout Clyde Kluttz, and he wanted to stay in the American League.”
“As it is impossible for me to make use of all of the extremely valuable and interesting information received by kindly responses from the surgeons of the army and agencies among the various Indian tribes, I will close with a description of the obstetric customs among the more easterly tribes, the Cheyennes, Arapahoes, Kiowas, Comanches, and eastern Apaches, given me by Maj.”
“The actual method of the murder ties in uncomfortably close with the limitations Fester's condition imposes on him. ”
“Through his travels to Tibet, Paul had become sympathetic to the cause of Tibetan liberation and was close with a number of Tibetan lamas.”
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