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"So there is no reason to be afeared of this and very reason to believe Channel 4 would continue to be a vibrant Channel - if anything better representing the regions and nations of this country."
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Be not afeared: the isle is full of noises, Sounds and sweet airs, that give delight, and hurt not.
But don't be afeared; it's not an in-your-face oakie white.
She reminds him that "if getting afeared and wishing something to happen would make it true, that these here chains would've turned to dust long ago" (314), and that he stands no chance against the slavers.
LUCY I'll bear them hence; But from their ashes shall be reared A phoenix that shall make all France afeared. CHARLES So we be rid of them, do with him what thou wilt.
She erupts: "It riled me anew that he was afeared to face me" (144).
full of nonsenses, perhaps you should be keeping her in the handys however--times are quite afeared and she may help--
Ed Miliband should not be afeared, it is a tradition rich in the party's history.
I am afeared there are few die well that die in a battle, for how can they charitably dispose of anything when blood is their argument?
Or is Liverpool suffering from the much afeared " hangover" effect of S such an eventful year of celebrations?
All 'we died at such a place'--some Swearing, some crying for a surgeon, Some upon their wives, left poor behind Them, I am afeared there are few Die well that die in a battle; ...
They were intended to be scary, and stood in juxtaposition to Caliban's description in act 3 ("Be not afeared; the isle is full of noises, / Sounds and sweet airs, that give delight, and hurt not.").
I am afeared there are few die well that die in a battle; for how can they charitably dispose of anything when blood is their argument?
"Only we're too afeared and repressed to talk about it."