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“A hundred times on my journey I had been tempted to cast off the steel that encased me, to toss it into some foul pit or to send it clattering down a cliff face, to be free of its heat and its stench.”
“But as she sped away from the scene of the encounter, she kept looking back, with an awe-struck face, to the fallen postboy.”
“And before her astonishment had cooled off in her own kitchen, down came Winnie, with flushed cheeks still, and watery eyes, and a distressed face, to beg Mrs. Nettley's forgiveness.”
“My dear Mr. Olmney!" she whispered, with an intensely amused face, – "I shall have a vision of you every day for a month to come, sitting down to dinner, with a rueful face, to a whortleberry pie; for there are so many of them, your conscience will not let you have anything else cooked, – you cannot manage more than one a day.”
“We feel it like a heavy blow on the heart, it makes us reel as if we had been struck in the face, to come upon a passage like this in a not-long-after letter to little Barbara Gordon's father: 'Ask yourself when next setting out to a night's drinking: What if my doom came to-night?”
“I saw a milliard doubts flicker across her face, to and fro like dappling sun on a stream.”
“The smile had gone from Riddle's face, to be replaced by a very ugly look.”
“Impetuously, with the uninhibited reactions of a child, she reached out to touch his face, to see if the scar felt different.”
“These were working men beginning a long day, not drunks looking for distraction, and although my thin shoulders and smooth face, to say nothing of the wire-rim spectacles I wiped free of fog and settled back on my nose, started a ripple of nudges and grins, I was allowed to push through the brotherhood and sink into a chair next to the window.”
“Sir J. Denham he told me he had cured, after it was come to an ulcer all over his face, to a miracle.”
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Lexicon of terms set forth in Maimonides 'Guide to the Perplexed'. A fascinating exercise in theosophy and translation if one substitutes these definitions for a "revised" reading of the Old Testa...
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