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The old King looked at the little Fairy, and saw how lovingly the bright shadows gathered round her, as if to shield her from every harm; the timid birds nestled in her bosom, and the flowers grew fairer as she looked upon them; while her gentle friends, with tears in their bright eyes, folded their hands beseechingly, and smiled on her.
Here Pakistani policymakers fumbled, when in response to the illicit US-India deal of 2005, they beseechingly asked for the same deal, tantamount to validating it.
He had read one and been disturbed by the references to rosebud nipples tilted beseechingly upwards.
Colby leaned forward over the desk, one hand laid beseechingly toward mine on its surface.
The intruder now raises his rifle, and the man in the shirt and tie instinctively reacts, looks up, and raises his open hands beseechingly while moving backward pleading "Ed, Ed" at the intruder.
beseech 1175, beseechingly 1830 (11), beseechingness 1863 (12) vs.
She gazes beseechingly or fearfully at the viewer, and represents one pole of the dialectic between freedom and fragility that this Asheville-based artist proposes.
the legend, as she smiled beseechingly out at passers-by.
As he stands under a street sign pointedly labeled Misericordia (Latin for mercy), Julio looks beseechingly up at the window where, every so often, he thinks he sees Ligaya.
Among the visual scenes stored in my memory is the moment when Mom looked up beseechingly into the eyes of her revered doctor after he gently delivered his prognosis on a Friday afternoon: "Are you saying .
Bonnie asks to get on the sofa by sitting at my feet and gazing beseechingly into my eyes.
Kelly turns to look at Barrows beseechingly and Barrows propels him down the iron stairs as the inmates below laugh derisively.
My father had warned me that Stein sought out relationships where he could be in absolute control, and it seemed true: He, Stein, couldn't quite conceal the pleasure he took in helping me and Ward out; generally he came off as beseechingly abrasive, a rough sponge that left more grime than it cleared away.
Cephas Anane, 30, a stonemason, sat with his head bowed beside his son's bed, his lips moving silently and beseechingly.
Abe bhe in as si aw siw AS players looked beseechingly to the heavens, faces contorted in agonised compassion, as fans fell sickeningly silent, realising the awful enormity of the situation that this wonderful game of ours is just that .
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