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“But one study of thirty widows and widowers conducted by the husband-and-wife research team Wolfgang and Margaret Stroebe of Utrecht University in the Netherlands in 1991 found that widows who avoided confronting their loss were not any more depressed than widows who “worked through” their grief.”
“But pet not any strange wolf," the other woman, Forili, cautioned.”
“Of all the tracts my father was at the pains to procure and study in support of his hypothesis, there was not any one wherein he felt a more cruel disappointment at first, than in the celebrated dialogue between Pamphagus and Cocles, written by the chaste pen of the great and venerable Erasmus, upon the various uses and seasonable applications of long noses. —”
“And the same studies find that people are not any hungrier after eating more vegetables as compared to a higher-calorie meal with more meat.”
“She was more diligent in teaching Topsy, -- taught her mainly from the Bible, -- did not any longer shrink from her touch, or manifest an ill-repressed disgust, because she felt none.”
“Underpeople were used to hatred, and it was not any worse raw than it was when cooked with politeness and served like poison.”
“It was about the size of the mouth of a washtub, and the markings showed not any feature of the Cherokee style.”
“William Lee had written in January to warn Richard Henry “in the strongest manner against the wiles and intrigues of Mr. Carmichael . . . weigh with caution, but trust not any thing that comes from him.””
“Someone had wound a rusty chain around it and locked it so that it could be opened a chink but not any more than that.”
“Harold undoubtedly married Ealdgyth, daughter of AElfgar and widow of Gruffydd, and not any daughter of William.”
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