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Yes, sir, that is true, and I am grateful for all favors, I am sure; and anything that I could do to oblige you, or the lady, I should be proud and happy to do; but I can't give up my Sundays, sir, indeed I can't.
Please, God, I'm awful sorry I behaved bad today and I'll try to be good on Sundays always and please forgive me.
Another Sunday man and horse and dog roved the Piedmont hills.
One of the children took it when she wasn't looking and hid it in his father's best beaver hat--the one he wore on Sundays.
There was a legion of Sundays, all days of unserviceable bitterness and mortification, slowly passing before him.
Carey always had a boiled egg at tea on Sunday, so that he might be fortified for the evening service.
We rest on Sunday, because the commandment requires it; the Germans rest on Sunday because the commandment requires it.
I know it's not Saturday," Lady Muriel replied; "but isn't Sunday often called 'the Christian Sabbath'?
You shouldn't have been thinking about your sleeves in Sunday school.
I have read, in another account of these events, that on Sunday morning "all London was electrified by the news from Woking.
That Sunday, the Rostovs went to Mass at the Razumovskis' private chapel as usual.
Early on Sunday morning he went into a little room called a study in the bell tower of the church and prayed.
Why, I'm that tired Sunday I can't even read the papers.
As to the Sunday school--it had been the resignation of its superintendent and two of its teachers that had been the last straw, and that had sent the harassed minister to the quiet woods for prayer and meditation.
Macey; "and my advice is--have you got a Sunday suit?