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He knew how to watch the thing that was strange, and to wait for a weakness, for a place of entrance, to divulge itself.
I'd never divulge what Jesse says unless he divulges it first.
Melisande divulges the truth to Rapunzel, as the tinker and his boy aid them in traveling a long distance to a tower, in which a girl named Rue is held prisoner.
The line also divulges the type of insurance that protects consumers, the type of bonding that offers the best shield, the ways to verify a vendor's reliability, the size of shred that is most secure, and company standards for medical and financial industries.
She divulges that she's in a relationship now, before adding with a laugh, "I put out a record every few years.
Executive Producer of the Groundbreaking TV Series Cagney & Lacey Divulges the Real Behind-the-Scenes Story
A bonus is the interview with the author at the end, in which he divulges additional information not included in the book's narration.
The new season of FULL FRONTAL FASHION divulges the top ten "Figure-Flattering Looks," "Travel Must-Haves," "Day-to-Evening Looks," "Sexy Hairstyles," "Ultimate Wedding Looks," "Cheap Tricks," "Hot Pants," and "Looks to Die For.
In the new issue of Honey magazine, film and television star Jada Pinkett Smith divulges intimate details about her marriage, children and career.
In talking about the painful parts of her life, Blige divulges her self-abuse with drugs and bad relationships.