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continuing through life

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Many of them were mere annals like the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, but some were the lifelong works of men with genuine historical vision.
If YOUR father falls ill, Jean, do not go away and leave him, or you will lay up a lifelong regret for yourself.
Homer has never yet been printed in English, nor AEschylus, nor Virgil even -- works as refined, as solidly done, and as beautiful almost as the morning itself; for later writers, say what we will of their genius, have rarely, if ever, equalled the elaborate beauty and finish and the lifelong and heroic literary labors of the ancients.
Today, though, he had gone empty, one misfortune following another as rapidly as he raised new quarry, so that now, as he sat perched in the tree above the feasting blacks, he experienced all the pangs of famine and his hatred for his lifelong enemies waxed strong in his breast.
We pass on; and some day we come, at the end of a very dull life, to reflect that our romance has been a pallid thing of a marriage or two, a satin rosette kept in a safe-deposit drawer, and a lifelong feud with a steam radiator.
You see, broken legs aren't like--like lifelong invalids, so his won't last forever as Mrs.
His visitor, an ex-Cabinet Minister, a pronounced Radical and a lifelong friend of Brott's, shrugged his shoulders.
The time, the place, the circumstances under which we now stood face to face in the evening stillness of that dreary valley--the lifelong interests which might hang suspended on the next chance words that passed between us--the sense that, for aught I knew to the contrary, the whole future of Laura Fairlie's life might be determined, for good or for evil, by my winning or losing the confidence of the forlorn creature who stood trembling by her mother's grave--all threatened to shake the steadiness and the self-control on which every inch of the progress I might yet make now depended.
There is another misfortune," I said, "to which a woman may be liable, and by which she may suffer lifelong sorrow and shame.
And at sixty, for a lifelong lover, it was not an easy matter to get over.
He had a strong belief, which was a lifelong habit, and required no definite evidence to rest on, that his father could spend a great deal of money if he chose; and since his education at Mr.
Kentish Lifelong Learning Centre has been recognised with an Excellent rating from the Australian Children s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA).
27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- On Tuesday, October 27, 2015 Ricks Lifelong Realty will officially become to "Lifelong Realty, Inc.
com)-- Lifelong, a Seattle-based organization that delivers food, housing, and health services to people with chronic illnesses such as HIV/AIDS, announced today that its meal production and packaging operations has recently moved to a new south Seattle facility.
GLAMORGAN archivist and firstteam scorer Andrew Hignell will deliver a new lifelong learning course this spring.