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a human being

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Someone, then, cut out the message with a pair of short-bladed scissors, pasted it with paste--"
It seems to show that someone knows more than we do about what goes on upon the moor," said Dr.
And also," said Holmes, "that someone is not ill-disposed towards you, since they warn you of danger.
Well, it was evident from what we have heard that Baskerville has been very closely shadowed by someone since he has been in town.
The maid happened to be just then milking the cow; and hearing someone speak, but seeing nobody, and yet being quite sure it was the same voice that she had heard in the night, she was so frightened that she fell off her stool, and overset the milk-pail.
The hussars had succeeded in setting it on fire and the French batteries were now firing at them, no longer to hinder them but because the guns were trained and there was someone to fire at.
It's no use asking Button-Bright questions," said the shaggy man, who had been eating another apple; "but someone ought to take care of the poor little chap, don't you think?
But though he was taking a holiday now, that is to say, he was doing no writing, he was so used to intellectual activity that he liked to put into concise and eloquent shape the ideas that occurred to him, and liked to have someone to listen to him.
Paula Jagemann-Bane, Someone With Group's Founder and CEO, says, "We are honored to announce the Board of Advisors who will give direction to Someone With Group as we become a powerful solution for the bad debt crisis in healthcare.
Adele, 18 HAVING the kind of connection you describe with someone does not come along very often.
However, since this was a quick hook-up, he was unable to vet the person (vetting is a way in the leather community to find out about someone before you either play or get them involved in your community).
However, not everyone "get's it" and you may encounter someone like this now.
If someone approaches you that you do not know, get to a safe place as soon as possible.
Objecting to someone because of his or her religious beliefs isn't the same thing as prejudice based on religious heritage, race, or gender.
Dance was always taught by someone who did it and learned from someone who did it before and so on," says de Avila.