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The truth is, Alisande, these archaics are a little TOO simple; the vocabulary is too limited, and so, by consequence, descriptions suffer in the matter of variety; they run too much to level Saharas of fact, and not enough to picturesque detail; this throws about them a certain air of the monotonous; in fact the fights are all alike: a couple of people come together with great random -- random is a good word, and so is exegesis, for that matter, and so is holocaust, and de- falcation, and usufruct and a hundred others, but land
Oh, go with me,' said the master; 'if we six are together, we shall easily travel through the wide world.
I know what I will do--I am sure it will be best--no matter what happens I will stick to the raft as long as her timbers hold together, but when the sea breaks her up I will swim for it; I do not see how I can do any better than this.
A yellow claw the very same that had dawed together so much wealth- poked itself out of the coach- window, and dropt some copper coins upon the ground; so that, though the great man's name seems to have been Gathergold, he might just as suitably have been nicknamed Scattercopper.
When she could let her attention take its natural course again, she found the Miss Musgroves just fetching the Navy List(their own navy list, the first that had ever been at Uppercross), and sitting down together to pore over it, with the professed view of finding out the ships that Captain Wentworth had commanded.
And when the tinsmiths came, bringing with them all their tools in baskets, she inquired, "Can you straighten out those dents in the Tin Woodman, and bend him back into shape again, and solder him together where he is broken?
With all my heart,' said the cock: so they all four went on jollily together.
which accompanied the getting together of the cows.
Generally when a man falls in love with someone people see them about together, lunching or something, and her friends always come and tell the wife.
After curving through streets of comparative darkness, so narrow that shadows on the blinds were pressed within a few feet of their faces, they came to one of those great knots of activity where the lights, having drawn close together, thin out again and take their separate ways.
At these words Rachel suffered an indescribable chill; her heart seemed to be pressed together by cold hands.
Thank goodness we are together again, even if we are prisoners," sighed the little girl.
Oh, very nice," answered the kangaroo; "that is, when they're properly put together.
They simply endured together, existed together, because the currents of life had drifted them together.
We did not know how to add strength together and become strong.