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Scandal was the breath of her life; to place people in false positions, to divulge secrets and destroy characters, to undermine friendships, and aggravate enmities--these were the sources of enjoyment from which this dangerous woman drew the inexhaustible fund of good spirits that made her a brilliant light in the social sphere.
Bradley leaned forward and whispered: "It is for your ears alone; I will not divulge it to others, and then only on condition that you carry me and the girl I saw in the place of the yellow door near to that of Fosh-bal-soj back to her own country.
We are both pledged never to divulge to any living creature what our eyes alone have seen.
There will be baked beans Mexican, if I can hammer it into Toyama's head; also, baked papaia with Marquesan honey, and, lastly, a wonderful pie the secret of which Toyama refuses to divulge.
That, suspicion and proof being two very different things, they had been advised by a lawyer, eminent for his sagacity and acuteness in such practice, to resist the proceedings taken on the other side for the recovery of the youth as slowly and artfully as possible, and meanwhile to beset Snawley (with whom it was clear the main falsehood must rest); to lead him, if possible, into contradictory and conflicting statements; to harass him by all available means; and so to practise on his fears, and regard for his own safety, as to induce him to divulge the whole scheme, and to give up his employer and whomsoever else he could implicate.
You can now understand why I refrained until this hour to divulge the name.
He thought, and I thought, that she was about to divulge the mystery of the Moonstone.
The letter, however, did not divulge details of what was the content of the book that is being considered classified.
The accused was not authorised to divulge the names and other data belonging to the customers.
It was newly single batchelor of the year Peter Andre though who kept his cards close to his chest, revealing he does have a celebrity crush but refusing to divulge.
Therefore, the government does not divulge the volume of countryeIUs currency reserves,eIN Bijan Bidabad, former Advisor of the Iran Central Bank, said to TrendCapital.
Is it possible to be a major, influential gay or lesbian thinker and not totally divulge every detail about one's sexual and romantic life?
For reasons of proprietary technology, about all Rod and Clara will divulge about the vehicle is that, "It flies.
Instead, USA Today reported, the NSA resorted to extralegal methods, pressuring the phone companies to divulge the data through appeals to patriotism, warnings about terrorism, and threats of lost government contracts.
05, page 35), suspiciously failed to divulge what the actual pass rates for the computer-based Uniform CPA Examination were as compared to the paper test.