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

... al-Din." Said the druggist, "O my son, O Nur al-Din, be the triple divorce incumbent on me, an thou leave me so long as thou abidest in this city; and I will set thee apart a place wherein thou mayst dwell." Nur ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 4 (Chap. 22) - Richard F. Burton

... hold of my skirts, saying, 'What thinkest thou to do?' 'Nothing but so and so,' answered I; upon which she rejoined, 'Sit thee down; and when we would be rid of thee, we will send thee away.' So I sat down with ...

Chapter 8 - The Third Kalandar's Tale - Richard F. Burton

... rest of the twelvemonth eating and drinking and taking our pleasure and enjoying delights. We are about to depart according to our custom, and we fear lest after we be gone thou contraire our charge and disobey our injunctions. Here ...

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Frankly Speaking: Interview with Rahul Gandhi - Arnab Goswami

... course, it's mentioned everywhere. It hasn't impressed too many people. Rahul: But the discussion hasn't gone there. So all I'm saying is, as youngsters and as serious politicians, one has to ask the fundamental questions. The fundamental question this election ...

Chapter 8 - Sinclair Lewis

... it must be to speak three languages, and so useful and?And with people like that, I don't see why we invite the Orville Joneses."     "Well now, Orville is a mighty up-and-coming fellow!"     "Yes, I know, but?A laundry!"     "I'll admit a laundry ...

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Chap. 6) - Mark Twain

... nigger vote, I drawed out. I says I'll never vote agin. Them's the very words I said; they all heard me; and the country may rot for all me?I'll never vote agin as long as I live. And to see the cool way ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 8 (Chap. 4) - Richard F. Burton

... favour; but an he be otherwise we will leave him." Then said she to him, "O Masrur, I desire somewhat of musk and ambergris and aloes-wood and Nadd; so do thou send it me by Hubub;" and he answered, "With love ...

Passing (Part 1: Encounter) - Nella Larsen

... the oppressive little silence Clare's voice came pleasantly, conversationally: "We'll have tea right away. I know that you can't stay long, 'Rene. And I'm so sorry you won't see Margery. We went up the lake over the week end to see ...

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Light in August (Chapter 20) - William Faulkner

... as he does not injure anyone else, so long as he lives to and of himself?? He stops suddenly. Motionless, unbreathing, there comes upon him a consternation which is about to be actual horror. He is aware of the sand now ...

Hour 4: Filibuster of the Confirmation of John Brennan - Senator Rand Paul

... checks and balances that will be here long after the current President and individual Senators are gone. And sometimes from time to time the Senator from Kentucky and I say we ought to have something that we call a checks and balances ...

George W. Bush's “Post-9/11 Speech to Congress” - Dr. Jeremy Dean

... citizens have fears tonight, and I ask you to be calm and resolute, even in the face of a continuing threat. I ask you to uphold the values of America and remember why so many have come here. We're in a fight for ...

Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? - Joyce Carol Oates

... all about you?like I know your parents and sister are gone somewheres and I know where and how long they're going to be gone, and I know who you were with last night, and your best girl friend's name is Betty ...

Arabian Nights,Vol. 1 (Chap. 4.3) - Richard F. Burton

... of the twelve month eating and drinking and taking our pleasure and enjoying delights: we are about to depart according to our custom; and we fear lest after we be gone thou contraire our charge and disobey our injunctions. Here ...

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Arabian Nights,Vol. 1 (Chap. 4.5) - Richard F. Burton

... wish is to buy of him whatsoever we need, and return home." So he brought me all I sought and I offered him his money, but he refused to take it saying, "Let it be a gift offered to my guest this day ...

Chapter 11 - The Tale of Nur al-Din and His So Badr al-Din Hasan - Richard F. Burton

... shall not play with us."' When morning dawned, the boys came to school, Ajib being one of them, and all flocked round him saying: "We will play a game wherein none shall join save he can tell the name of his ...

To Do The Right Thing - Lou Reed

... threats a day. Of course, 99 percent of these are not serious. But one might be. And so we went through Prague waiting for the interview. We saw where the 30-meter bust of Stalin was destroyed. Kocár pointed to that ...

Great Meteorological Phenomena, Etc. - Lucretius

... into the mouth at times The wet of a salt taste, when by the sea We roam about; and so, whene'er we watch The wormwood being mixed, its bitter stings. To such degree from all things is each thing Borne ...

Satyricon (Part One) - Gaius Petronius

... This Trimalchio changing countenance, "I commanded my friends," said He "the hen to be set with peahens eggs; and so help me Hercules, am Afraid they may be half hatcht: however we'll try if they are yet Suppable." The thing ...

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Chap. 25) - Mark Twain

... you're going to feel sick whenever you think of this day." And away he went. "All right, doctor," says the king, kinder mocking him; "we'll try and get 'em to send for you;" which made them all laugh ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 3 (Chap. 2) - Richard F. Burton

... Adam and be not imposed on by his words nor by that he may suggest to thee; for he aboundeth in wiles and guiles; so beware with all wariness of his perfidy, for again I say, he is crafty and right ...

Meera Nair's “Where are you Going, Where have you Been?” by Joyce Carol Oates - Meera Nair

... all about you?like I know your parents and sister are gone somewheres and I know where and how long they're going to be gone, and I know who you were with last night, and your best girl friend's name is Betty ...

”Where are you Going, Where have you Been? by Joyce Carol Oates - Meera Nair

... all about you?like I know your parents and sister are gone somewheres and I know where and how long they're going to be gone, and I know who you were with last night, and your best girl friend's name is Betty ...

El Mariachi screenplay - Robert Rodriguez

... a closer look. MEAN DUDE #5 (into phone) Don't worry, Moco. We'll find him, and we'll mess him up real good. (ad lib) EXT. HOTEL COAHUILA - DAY Low shot with long lens at full zoom of Mariachi tapping on glass ...

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Comedy of Errors Act 5 Scene 1 - William Shakespeare

... their nativity, Go to a gossips' feast, and go with me; After so long grief, such nativity! DUKE. With all my heart, I'll gossip at this feast. [Exeunt DUKE, ABBESS, AEGEON, Courtezan, Merchant, ANGELO, and Attendants.] DROMIO OF SYRACUSE. Master, shall ...

Third Presidential Debate - Young Skeptics

... : Because Roe v. Wade very clearly sets out that there can be regulations on abortion so long as the life and the health of the mother are taken into account. And when I voted as a senator, I did not think that that was ...

Chapter 18: El Hajj Malik El Shabaz - Malcolm X

... , for so long, faced death. The Pan American jet which took me home-it was Flight 115-landed at New York's Kennedy AirTerminal on May 21, at 4:25 in the afternoon. We passengers filed off the plane and toward Customs ...

Sonnets From The Portuguese - Elizabeth Barrett Browning

... , or change for thee,?and love, so wrought, May be unwrought so. Neither love me for Thine own dear pity?s wiping my cheeks dry,? A creature might forget to weep, who bore Thy comfort long, and lose thy love thereby! But ...

Marmion - Canto Fifth - The Court - Sir Walter Scott

... light to the croupe the fair lady he swung, So light to the saddle before her he sprung! ?She is won! we are gone, over bank, bush, and scaur; They?ll have fleet steeds that follow,? quoth young Lochinvar. There ...

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The Lady of the Lake - Canto VI - Sir Walter Scott

... . Brave spirit, do Dot scorn my strain! And, when its notes awake again, Even she, so long beloved in vain, Shall with my harp her voice combine, And mix her woe and tears with mine, To wail Clan-Alpine's honoured ...

Light in August (Chapter 15) - William Faulkner

... , if Jefferson aint too long about it.? He shifted his grip on the old man's arm. ?Where do you want us to put him?? The woman moved then. She descended the steps and approached. ?We'll tote him into the ...

Nosedive [Transcript] - Black Mirror

... of Tranquillity fan? -Oh, yeah. We say Tranksters where I'm from. - Who's your favourite character? - Gotta be Lieutenant Duster. She's awesome. - She? -He! I misspoke. -Lieutenant Duster has no fixed gender. -I know, and that's why it's so hard to remember, right? [ringtone ...

In The Ravine (Chap. 3) - Anton Chekhov

... shirt, only for some reason I seem drawn to it: it's stolen, and that's all I can say. Among us detectives it's come to their saying, 'Oh, Anisim has gone to shoot snipe!' That means looking for stolen goods. Yes.... Anybody can ...

Arabian Nights,Vol. 3 (Chap. 1.03) - Richard F. Burton

... , O sister, may this frame *          Be slain, and cast my corpse to birds, for so it would          befit: Yes, for thy dearest sake I'll strike my blows with might and          main, * And when we're gone shall this event in many ...

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Chapter 5 - The Tale of the Porter and the Three Ladies of Baghdad - Richard F. Burton

... entertainment? For surely we will not suffer thee to sit in our company and be our cup companion, and gaze upon our faces so fair and so rare, without paying a round sum. Wettest thou not the saying: "Sans hope of ...

James MacTaggart Memorial Lecture 2013 - Kevin Spacey

... live in a world of appointment viewing. So the water cooler has gone virtual, because the discussion is now online. And it?s a sophisticated, no-spoilers generation; and because of that we need never be alone with our Breaking Bad habit or ...

The Tunnel Under the World - Frederik Pohl

... schedule anyhow. As long as you're this far, come on in the office and make out your worksheet. And don't worry about the Burckhardt business. He's probably just wandering around. We'll pick him up tonight and--" They were ...

Troilus and Cressida Act 1 Scene 3 - William Shakespeare

... , Hector shall honour him; If none, he'll say in Troy when he retires, The Grecian dames are sunburnt and not worth The splinter of a lance. Even so much. AGAMEMNON This shall be told our lovers, Lord AEneas; If none ...

Under the Greenwood Tree (Chap. 1.4) - Thomas Hardy

... part in Chalk-Newton Church for two-and-forty year) when they thought of having clar?nets there. ?Joseph,? I said, says I, ?depend upon?t, if so be you have them tooting clar?nets you?ll spoil the whole set-out. Clar ...

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Under the Greenwood Tree (Chap. 1.8) - Thomas Hardy

... ?t be so mighty particular about little and small!? said her husband. ?In he walks, and down he sits, and O my goodness me, didn?t I flee upstairs, body and soul hardly hanging together! Well, to cut a long story short, by-long and ...

By Any Means Necessary - Malcolm X

... things that have become so characteristic of the American so called dream. These have to be eliminated. Then we will be living in a condition of peace and security. We can never have peace and security as long as one black ...