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|Then I shall go to hell; and you will go with me. O Christ! O Jesus Christ! ... Karl |
Marx: “Go on, get out! Last words are for fools who haven't said enough! ...
Unexpected Demise: H. G. Wells: “Go away: I'm alright.” General John Sedgwick (
|Anyway, suddenly, there he was, sitting across the table from me in the college |
canteen, saying, “It's alright, I am here!” And then we ... “Oh shut up and go away”,
I'm thinking, but I'm smiling, and whoever he is, he knows I don't want him to go.
|He swatted the air in front of himself to keep her away. “I'm alright. I have to go,” |
he insisted as he pulled the last barbed seed. They entered the street. Abigail
watched the peddler limp until his feet got used to the process of walking. “Where
|“I'm alright, I can go.” “Let's take this week off. Where's your mom?” “Right here, |
hold on,” Blake said as he handed Nina the phone. “Hello.” “Hi! Is everything
alright? ... That's too much money to be throwing away.” “I'm not throwing it away.
|Cause if I didn't know you and I knew you had that much. I'd jack yo ass.” And I |
wasn't lyin. “Alright.” She pulled off a ... “There you go. Put that away. I'm a call
you. And take that shit in the house. You know what I'm talkin about.” I looked at
|I replied, not wanting to go to a hospital again. “He is speaking with them now. |
They will come and make sure you are alright.” “Marianna, tell him not to worry
about me! Tell Mario to call the Polizia and get them down here right away. I'm ok!
|I know I can, in fact. I can make the can. Joke, Gerry. I'm going to be alright. You |
mustn't fret. We're both of us, both going to be alright. I'll just close the door, if you
don't mind. Don't go too far away. I'm going to need your help getting back.
|I sat up on the side of the couch and put my head in my hands, “I'm alright,” I said, |
still shaking, “bad dream, is all.” “You've been having a lot ... “Go take a shower
you nasty goat!” she said, while trying to hold her breath and back away. “I'm
going, I'm going,” I said, as I got up from the couch, “but you're wrong. I smell
|McDonald's answer exploded into the phone, “Alicia, a problem, a crisis? Is she |
alright? Come right now, absolutely!” “Thank you, Mr. ... A full minute passed
before Alicia was able to speak, “Uncle Terry, I want to go away. I'm so ashamed,
|“Leave me alone,” he said trying to get away. “I'm only trying to see that you're |
alright, Nelson.” “I'm Jack!” “Ok, yes, I'm ... They let him go certain that they would
catch up to him later when their dignified guest wasn't here. Gweneviere watched