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Arabian Nights, Vol. 8 (Chap. 5) - Richard F. Burton

... hand          of you: Its nap is as the down upon * The cheeks where yet no beardlet          grew: Its kernels in the shell are seen, * Or bachelors or married two, As pearls they were of lucent white * Casèd and lapped in ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 5 (Chap. 53) - Richard F. Burton

... , "If it be His will, I will marry her to none other than this young man." He slept on this resolve and on the morrow, he went out to his Divan and summoned Ali and the rest of the merchants of ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 9 (Chap. 4.11) - Richard F. Burton

... host with the words "Shahwat dáram!" equivalent to our "I want a woman." He was at once married to one of the slave-girls and able to gratify the demands of the flesh. [FN#135] Koran iv. 81, "Whatever good ...

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Life Of Pompey - Plutarch

... of the accounts that are given of the Talasio. And some few days after this judgment, Pompey married Antistia. After this he went to Cinna's camp, where, finding some false suggestions and calumnies prevailing against him, he began to be ...

Sura 2: The Cow - Holy Qur'an (English Interpretation)

... He has sent down on you, to admonish you. And fear God, and know that God has knowledge of everything. When you divorce women, and they have reached their term, do not debar them from marrying their husbands, when they ...

The Religious System Of The Amazulu - Part 1 Creation Story - Henry Callaway

... out for some time. The lizard went; it ran and made great haste, for Unkulunkulu had said, "Lizard, when you have arrived, say, Let men die." So the lizard went, and said, "I tell you, It is said, Let men die ...

Light in August (Chapter 20) - William Faulkner

... , at almost any time. But I didn?t. I could have come at any time. There is a difference, you know, between civilian and military casualness. Military casualness? Ah, it was the casualness of desperation. A handful of men (he was not an officer: I think ...

The Sieve and the Sand - Ray Bradbury

... every hand, on every point! What traitors books can be! You think they're backing you up, and they turn on you. Others can use them, too, and there you are, lost in the middle of the moor, in a great ...

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Absalom, Absalom! (Chapter VI) - William Faulkner

... looked down at the mother and the child and said, ?Well, Milly, too bad you?re not a mare like Penelope. Then I could give you a decent stall in the stable? and turned and went out and the old negress squatted there ...

Overture - Marcel Proust

... less scrupulous than my grandmother or mother in observing the letter of a treaty, went on: "Yes, run along; to bed with you." I would have kissed Mamma then and there, but at that moment the dinner-bell rang. "No, no, leave ...

Life Of Solon - Plutarch

... wife what is said to Philoctetes in the tragedy- "Truly, in a fit state thou to marry! and if he find a young man, with a rich and elderly wife, growing fat in his place, like the partridges, remove him to a young woman ...

Pilot - Deadwood

... -- BROM Nothing. -- quickly spits in his palm. Swearengen brings Brom's and Driscoll's right hands together -- SWEARENGEN Done and witnessed. Farnum reaches them -- FARNUM Am I too late? DRISCOLL You're too late Farnum. (re Brom) I just sold for fourteen thousand to ...

Ariadne (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... me by the hand and said: "I want you to be here, you are so pure." I felt ashamed of my emotion, of my trembling. And I was afraid I might begin sobbing, too! I went out without saying another word, and within an hour ...

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The Darling (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... him a friendly smile. . . . He proposed to her, and they were married. And when he had a closer view of her neck and her plump, fine shoulders, he threw up his hands, and said: "You darling!" He was happy, but as it ...

Kate Chopin's “The Awakening: Chapters 15-19” - Ms. Nauss

... this morning; nice girls; it's time they were getting married. 'Mrs. Belthrop.' I tell you what it is, Edna; you can't afford to snub Mrs. Belthrop. Why, Belthrop could buy and sell us ten times over. His business is worth a good ...

The Ghost of Harrenhal - Game of Thrones

... her from me. I come from nothing. My mother and father never owned a pair of shoes. But marry me, and I will give you the Seven Kingdoms and our children will be princes and princesses. DAENERYS thinks about his proposition. XARO: See ...

The Old Gods and the New - Game of Thrones

... embarrassment if you married the wealthiest man in Qarth. DAENERYS: I already have a husband. XARO: Khal Drogo is gone, Khaleesi. You are far too young to be a widow forever and far too beautiful. DAENERYS: And you are far too smart to ...

Representative Men: Seven Lectures (Chap. 2) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... , I shall endeavor in reality to live as virtuously as I can and, when I die, to die so. And I invite all other men, to the utmost of my power; and you, too, I in turn invite to this contest, which, I affirm, surpasses all ...

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A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (Chap. 25) - Mark Twain

... it like nothing, too?all about eclipses, and comets, and solstices, and constellations, and mean time, and sidereal time, and dinner time, and bedtime, and every other imaginable thing above the clouds or under them that you could harry or ...

Gooseberries - Anton Chekhov

... ready to go, but he kept on swimming and diving. "Delicious," he said. "Too delicious!" "You've had enough," shouted Bourkin. They went to the house. And only when the lamp was lit in the large drawing-room up-stairs ...

Names of People (Chapter 1) - Marcel Proust

... de Guermantes, the Duke?s cousin?s lady. She?s sister to the Duke of Bavaria. And so you?ve got to run upstairs again now, have you?? went on the footman, who, albeit identified with the Guermantes, looked upon masters in general ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 6 (Chap. 3.22) - Richard F. Burton

... , for I will bring her to thee this very night." So he sprang up and went forth and provided all that was fitting of meat and drink and so forth, then sat down to await the twain; whilst the old woman ...

Beyond the Wall - Game of Thrones

... ? JON: She'll only fight beside us if I bend the knee. TORMUND: You spent too much time with the free folk and now you don't like kneeling. Mance Rayder was a great man, a proud man. The king beyond the wall ...

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Twelfth Night Act 3 Scene 4 - William Shakespeare

... , make a good show on't: this shall end without the perdition of souls. Aside Marry, I'll ride your horse as well as I ride you. Re-enter FABIAN and VIOLA To FABIAN I have his horse to take up the quarrel: I have persuaded ...

Cape Cod: Chapter 5 ( The Wellfleet Oystermen) - Henry David Thoreau

... was evidently too knowing for them. "These women," said he to me, "are both of them poor good?for? nothing critturs. This one is my wife. I married her sixty?four years ago. She is eighty?four years old, and as ...

The Gilded Age (Chap. 1) - Mark Twain

... worry about a good price but sell out for whatever you can get, and come along, or you might be too late. Throw away your traps, if necessary, and come empty-handed. You'll never regret it. It's the grandest country ...

Enemies (Full Text) - Anton Chekhov

... stared at him in amazement. "Why did you bring me here?" the doctor went on, his beard quivering. "If you are so puffed up with good living that you go and get married and then act a farce like this, how ...

Combray [Chapter 2] - Marcel Proust

... ."    "No, Mme. Octave."    "Ah, poor girl, your skull must be very thick; you may thank God for that. It was Maguelone come to fetch Dr. Piperaud. He came out with her at once and they went off along the Rue ...

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Domestic Terrorism (Rough Draft) - TheKing36

... want a drink of water or something? NATALIE I?ll be fine. MATT Ok. How long have you and Christian been married? NATALIE It?s been 7 years. MATT No children yet? Any plans? NATALIE Not to this point. ...

The Gift - Game of Thrones

... : It?s not complicated at all, it?s simple. I love Trystane, I?m going to marry him, and we?re staying right here. JAIME: I don?t understand. MYRCELLA: Of course you don?t! You don?t know me! Myrcella leaves the room. INT. DORNE - CELL BRONN (singing ...

The House of Black and White - Game of Thrones

... touch her! JAIME: Softer. CERSEI: What? JAIME: Not so loud. CERSEI: Our daughter?s in danger, and you?re worried I?m speaking too loudly! JAIME: The world can't know knows she?s our daughter. CERSEI: Then don?t call her ...

You Win or You Die - Game of Thrones

... . "Please don't hurt him". So he gave me a nice little scar to remember him by, and off they went. Ros: Is she still married to him? Petyr Baelish: Oh no. He got himself killed before the wedding ...

Manchester Part II - The West Wing

... the windows. Bartlet sighs deeply. BARTLET Did you know that hardly any of the guys who landed on the moon are married to the same people they were married to before they went there? ABBEY (looks at him, puzzled) What ...

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The West Wing - In the Shadow of Two Gunmen: Part I - The West Wing

... 's gonna win, Sam. SAM So what do you need me for? JOSH A better campaign. Come do some speech writing. SAM Lisa and I are getting married in September. They stop. JOSH [looks surprised] Ah. SAM [grins] Yeah. JOSH Okay. Listen, I should ...

Burnt Njal --- (chap.7-12) - Icelandic Saga

... ; then he leapt into his boat, but the dark blue sea poured into the skiff, and down she went with all her freight. Down too sank Thorwald's body, so that his men could not see what had been done to ...

Hamlet Act 1 - William Shakespeare

... touching the Lord Hamlet. LORD POLONIUS Marry, well bethought: 'Tis told me, he hath very oft of late Given private time to you; and you yourself Have of your audience been most free and bounteous: If it be so, as ...

In Memoriam A.H.H. (Full) - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... effect so lives in me, A part of mine may live in thee And move thee on to noble ends. LXVI You thought my heart too far diseased; You wonder when my fancies play To find me gay among the gay ...

Undertow - ​The Wire

... , what the fuck happened? ZIGGY: Fucking niggers got me. NICK: What? ZIGGY: Took my money, and they got Princess, too. You hear me, they got my fuckin' car. If I had a gun, I swear to god I would've ...

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Wuthering Heights (Chap. 27) - Emily Brontë

... in the morning, and you are to stay here all night; and, if you do as he wishes, you shall return home next day, and take me with you.? ?Take you with her, pitiful changeling!? I exclaimed. ?You marry? Why, the ...

The Sorrows of Young Werther (Book I) - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

... demonstration of friendship. Good-bye. This letter will please you: it is quite historical.                                 MAY 22 That the life of man is but a dream, many a man has surmised heretofore; and I, too, am everywhere pursued by this feeling. When I consider the ...

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