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|William Hazlitt GRIEF "Man, when he does not grieve, hardly exists." — Antonio |
Porchia "Sorrow you can hold, ... Colette "No one can keep his griefs in their
prime; they use themselves up." — E.M. Cioran "She was no longer wrestling with
|While the alarms continued to ring, slowly—very slowly—the soldiers began to |
clamp down on their distraught misery. They performed their duties, clinging to
the routine like a life preserver. ... waited for the subcommanders to join him, he
realized with a start that, for the first time in his life, no one was watching over his
decisions. Cyroc'h could no longer sense his tactics or disapprove of his actions.
... In the warliner's conference room, he looked at his uneasy and grieving tal and
|4:7-11 We know that people reap what they sow. but we cannot offer this verse as |
a universal reason for suffering. ... It can be used to strengthen our faith. ... Job
needed people to share his pain and help him grieve. ... all of Eliphaz's words
were false, but he spoke about things that he wealth satisfies the thirst of many
others, not themselves! ... "1 would rest with the world's kings and prime ministers
, famous for their great construction projects. ... For who could keep from
|Kevin leaped beside the pillar and examined the glyphs displayed on its glass |
rectangles, then held up his phone to quickly compare the glyphs with the ones
displayed in the photo Douglas had sent. They matched. ... Optimus Prime knew
that a good leader was often required to keep emotions in check. No one had
been able to prevent Kevin Bowman from landing within the perimeter around the
Cybertronian pillar and no one knew anything ... It grieves me to say it, but we will
|Who would not at a crowded show Stand high himself, keep others low? ... If in a |
battle you should find One, whom you love of all mankind, Had some heroic
actiondonc, A champion kill'd, or tiophy ... I civ, " Pox take him and his wit 1" I
grieve to be outdone by Gay l.i my own humorous, biting way, Arbuthnot is no
more my ... Kcfin'd it first, and shew'd its u£C. St. John, fir. well as Pulteney, knows
That I had same repute for prose; And, till they drove ... They hug themselves, an<
l reason ...
|KNOW, PEOPLE DO CUT THEIR HAIR EVERY ONCE IN A while,” said Juffin, as |
he came into our office. “Didn't you know that? ... “And I grieve. The crazy nomads
who crowned me their king managed to defeat their enemies, who were wiser yet
fewer in number. What are they up to now, I wonder? ... In other words, if we want
to call a spade a spade, they hope that His Majesty will command you to reign
over them. ... No one's going to banish you from Echo, even if you wanted him to.
|Not less striking is his account of how the coach bearing the news of Waterloo |
was welcomed in his native dale, ... as they could themselves, and who was
always ready to lay aside his own occupations for a while for the sake of their ...
rambles extended led one of the Cambridge livery-stable keepers to charge an
extra fee for horses if used for hunting or "jolly- gizing. ... feel a pleasure in sitting
still in his arm-chair ; keeping up his spirits pretty well," in spite of deafness, loss
of memory, ...
|wanted to celebrate the victory of the rescue, and wanting to weep for their fallen |
leader. It was a ... They could not break the news yet to the public, for the C-130's
were not yet at a place where they could be considered safely out of danger.
|by which consumers would feel themselves compensated for their increased |
taxation. Yes ; we seemed to have come out of the hands of bankrupt burglars,
who could only keep up a fire in one part of the house, ... No. These factious men
are not wanting in a due fidelity to the master whom they serve. They have
exhausted every device of faction in ... against his measures in such a way as to
make the profligate and seditious laugh, and the judicious and considerate to
|could see it. I knew she did not care for the songs and the dancing. One day she |
said to me, "It is such a relief." "A relief?" I said. "Yes ... I grieve to say, for my poor
friend's sake, that her life at Kangwe was nearly at its end. Soon after my return ...