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He spoke of me all the time, in the blandest way, as "this prodigious giant," and "this horrible sky-towering monster," and "this tusked and taloned man-devour- ing ogre", and everybody took in all this bosh in the naivest way, and never smiled or seemed to notice that there was any discrepancy between these watered statis- tics and me.
That poor orphan child is on her way from France - everybody is full of the subject.
But I always ask everybody what ship they came over in, and so sometimes I forget and ask again.
Everybody that wants to join has got to take an oath, and write his name in blood.
Just think, Ma--there's never been one in this town, and everybody will be dying to see them, and they're all OURS
Well, two or three days went along, and everybody got to getting uneasy about Jubiter Dunlap.
The afternoon was one succession of solid triumphs for everybody concerned.
Writing for children rather than about them is very difficult as everybody who has tried it knows.
Don Juan Triumphant is finished; and now I want to live like everybody else.
Everybody in the whole town knew what a wonderful power the cloth had, and they were all curious to see how bad or how stupid their neighbour was.
Send in all the bills again to everybody 'with compts' " replied Ginger.
The Fogg party dwindled more and more, everybody was going against him, and the bets stood a hundred and fifty and two hundred to one; and a week after his departure an incident occurred which deprived him of backers at any price.
Everybody noticed that the king looked dull and preoccupied.
But everybody is to judge for themselves, and the Lucases are a very good sort of girls, I assure you.
Afraid of everybody, ashamed of herself, and longing for the home she had left, she knew not how to look up, and could scarcely speak to be heard, or without crying.