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A sleepy little plant – that is the worst of it; much given to long summer-day naps; but in the cool fall weather it grows wakeful and bright.
Debs stood in the rain and watched him go, which I am sure she intended to make Wilkins nervous enough to leap from the car and confess, but considering the weather it struck me as excessive zeal.
In zero weather it was only a matter of a long walk over the ice, often facing a blast of below-zero wind, but when the March thaws had begun one took one's life very lightly to venture on the ice.
Frank Williams of World Vision Haiti told CNN from the Petionville section of the capital that the building in which his organization is based shook for about 35 seconds and did not weather it well.
An 'regular fall weather it was -- the glint o' the sun on the golden larch an 'the quakin' aspens; an 'the glister of light on ivery ripple; an' beyand, the winter an 'the blue haze of the North comin' down hand in hand.
Another day I went upon Jtching hill 1 mile wch is a sort of Rock, but ye stone is of a Red Coullour and looks Like a sandy stone by its Moldring, but they tell me when its wrought in a wall and have been season'd wth ye weather it grows very hard and serviceable in building.