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|I suppose it's nicer for the dogs to let them go to sleep in a place that's familiar, |
not with a lot of strange people ... to the would-be samaritan, I'm all right, his
arms flailing, go away, I'm all right, flailing, beating off the samaritan, and then,
Harry Stroomer - 1999 - 303 pages
|13 It told her, "Go away, I'm not going!" She said, "All right, I will go to the mouse |
who will gnaw through you!" It said, "All right, go!" 14 She went. When she got to
the mouse, she said to it, "Go off to the rope and bite through it." The mouse said
|Go away. I'm fine. Justgo away. I'm notsick.I'm not dying." "That's okay,Mr. Shaw." |
It was Eunice, theslender black duty officer who seemed most sympathetic to ...
Just need to know when we're going to get out of here. ... all right, Mr. Shaw?
|Weil, Simone Go away, I'm all right! -Wells, H.G. When from our better selves we |
have too long been parted by the hurrying world, and droop. Sick of its business,
of its pleasures tired, how gracious, how benign in solitude. - Wordsworth ...
|Please make up your mind and go away." "This time I'm not going to go away." "I'|
m the Winston Man now." Randy thought the kid might be losing his marbles. Too
much too soon. He sure is pretty though. "I'll make you even more famous than ...
|For just a moment he saw it encased in a dense globule of yellow fat, like a living |
thing that has been buried alive and struggles to get free before the air is all gone
. Then he pushed the image away. I'm all right. It's just overwork. Nothing seven ...
|But right now, even though your husband is away, I'm concerned about your |
anger. It's certainly justifiable ... That's really what you want, isn't it, to help your
daughter get through this? Mona: I . . . I . . ... CW: That's all right. You have a
|Running away, I'm running away. But how did he get them? Why are they in his |
jacket? Do you think Zack ... She'll go to California, she'll find her father, she'll
find him, and everything will be all right. Her father loves her, he loves her.
|Some of 'em are as callous as can be; others get unnecessarily upset. ... Don't '|
old with that get-up for a girl myself, but, then, I suppose I'm old-fashioned. ...
George's nausea went away. I'm all right now, he said, getting slowly to his feet.
|"Where are you going?" "The library." "I'll go with you. Feeling better? ''I'm all |
right." You look better." She skated ahead, then waited for him to catch up. ... As
he climbed to his feet, he waved her hand away. I'm all right." His straight black