long time


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At first and for a long time Nikita lay motionless, then he sighed deeply and moved.
He lay like that for a long time, wiping his eyes on the fur of his coat and tucking under his knee the right skirt, which the wind kept turning up.
It is a long time," repeated his wife; "and when is it not a long time?
It does not take a long time to strike a man with Lightning," said Defarge.
We waited a long time, but he didn't come back any more, or if he did he come around the other way; so at last we was tuckered out and went to sleep and had nightmares, a million of them.
He'll lay around these woods a long time before I hunt him up.
They may have stood in that way for a long time, or only for a few moments; but it was long enough for her silence to communicate all she had to say, and for him to feel that only one thing mattered.
And in the end, lucky and unlucky, they were all a long time dead.
They, too, were a long time dead, and their living did not amount to much.
It seemed to me I was an awful long time falling, but the Story Girl says I couldn't have been more than three seconds.
Twenty years is a long time, but not long enough to change a man's nose from a Roman to a pug.
But as you had the misfortune to get into this trouble before I made your acquaintance, and as you have been my companion, and have been of use to me for a long time now, I overlook that part of the matter, and am only anxious that you shouldn't die unnecessarily.
Now, ma'am, your husband has been dead a long, long time.
The bird took its flight to a dark wood and remained there for a long time, and meanwhile the parents could hear nothing of their child.
He travelled about a long time in search of it and came at last to a dark forest, through which he went on walking for fourteen days and still could not find a way out.