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“But as time wore on, and the terrifying, hungry-zombie look took her over, and she bloodied her way through the game, and finally, became a raving, childish spirit of Vengeance and Spite, her former-loveableness became just a distant memory.”
“Jerry L. said ... and what about jerry lewis's "mmmflavinlame-indoyle-beeflavin-dayvil - oy" .... said with remarkable loveableness whenever he was suddenly flummoxed into embarassment.”
“Doubtless, his fault lay in his overemphasis on the purely practical; but that, after all, was a lawyer's fault, and it was counterbalanced by a sweet kindliness toward all the world -- a loveableness which made for him a friend of every chance acquaintance.”
“Her face is like Paul's but without the loveableness of his.”
“Whatever fault one may find with this people for their superstition and ignorance, there is a loveableness in their character which I am not utilitarian enough in my philosophy to resist.”
“A dog with a brain and a mighty heart, as well as an endless fund of loveableness and of gay courage.”
“Gerald and that Gerald's tears were a warrant for his loveableness and for the workings of fate against himself, he put his head down on his arms and, not sobbing, not weeping, yet overcome, he let the waves of his sorrow meet over him.”
“These hints of a beautiful person Rossetti has wrought into a creation of such purity that, lovely as she is in death, as in life, we think less of her loveliness than of her loveableness.”
“If an angel from heaven brought me a gospel which contained doctrines that would not stand the test of such perfect loveableness -- doctrines hard, or cruel, or unjust -- I should reject him and his trumpery gospel with scorn, knowing that neither could be Christ's.”
“With Rutherford everything, -- the most doctrinal, experimental, ecclesiastical, political, all -- ran always up into Christ, His love and His loveableness.”
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