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  • "Withal it is an exceeding corpulent nose, thus, and so, all in one place, at the end," proceeded Yi Chin Ho.

    A NOSE FOR THE KING

  • Withal, she was sheerly feminine, tender and soft and clinging, with the smouldering passion of the mate and the motherliness of the woman.

    Chapter 2

  • Withal, it's probably the best cover he can muster for his previous apostasy from the Dobbs Doctrine.

    New McCain Ad: I've Learned My Lesson On Illegal Immigration

  • Withal, the Cavalry Saber Sword is designed out of 1055 carbon steel which gives perfect richness to the Sword.

    Double Saber | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles

  • Withal concluding, that if the Gods should unexpectedly favour me with

    Exilius

  • Withal, at 26, his shyness had turned to something harder: now, you dealt with Joe D. on his terms, or (more often) not at all; you wrote him up with hero-puff, or he'd cut you off for life.

    The Dimaggio Nobody Knew

  • Withal, whatso weal we now enjoy is from thee and thy husband; so our house is thy house and our place thy place, and thine is all our wealth and what goods we have belong to thee.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Withal The Nights will not be found in this matter coarser than many passages of Shakespeare, Sterne, and

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Withal he was uneasy and troubled concerning the case of the old men, till, one day, as he sat pondering the words of his dead master and his injunction not to open the door, he suddenly bethought himself to go and look for it.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Withal, it must be said: it is high time US opinion leaders focused on a major cause of the problem: the United States.

    Archive 2008-07-01

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