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Corpus of a Siam Mosquito

By: Steven David Justin Sills

...ate classes? That was a fundamental question he had no answer for. He had granted unto her a new profession where she didn't have to spread her legs ... ...er fun things could you become if needed-any type of job that can at least grant you eighty dollars worth of free falling baht each month?" "I do... ...ar of pop culture. It is innate as a quest. It lances life's old festers granting a mood of the new. For the male it is a consistent alternative on... ...erstand why the pollen attacked him like a sickness. He wanted someone to grant him the honors of placing him in an orange robe, which he felt he was... ...fied with being. This too he yearned for and only his brother was able to grant him Nirvana. At last he had a friend. This relationship gave him... ... thousands of years anyway. A being continually growing from the same old bud in an environment not all that conducive to growth becomes as fallow as...

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The Curse of Kali

By: Audrey Blankenhagen

...by her merchants and, with the flourish of her famous signature and the stamp of the Royal Seal, granted a Charter to the Honourable East India Comp... ...ewhat to Helen’s embarrassment, now referred to this work and addressing the ship’s doctor, James Grant, said with a toss of her head, ‘Did you know... ...e gentleness and post-surgery compassion for her patient than a lot of you male doctors.’ Doctor Grant, a taciturn Welshman, who was seated opposite... ...no slouch where her professional skills were concerned. ‘Thank you for your kind invitation, Dr. Grant. I shall be along tomorrow to see what help ... ...opposite, who winked at her and laughingly commented, ‘The lass has brains as well as beauty, Dr. Grant. I wager you will now have more malingerers ... ...r’s concern for their welfare. Helen found a note on her dressing table propped against a crystal bud vase containing a single red rose and she smil...

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Desert Dreams

By: Gracie C. Mckeever

...ng in through the opened ruag. "This is how you repay me," he murmured. "I granted you everything you asked." "Yes." Sahir nodded and pierced him with... ...ion of her life opening up tomorrow, had been working on it for months now—grant writing, fundraising, publicizing. And as small and intimate as TIHAM... ...M, maybe to any museum. An extended leave of absence had been approved and granted by Sahir and TIHAM's other higher-ups with assurances of Therese's ... ...r, "I wish for you to get the hell out of my house!" "I am afraid I cannot grant you that one." "What kind of genie are you?" "As I said, I am bound t... ... would have made things so much simpler. But she had asked and much like a granted wish, he could not take back his words or undo what was done. Their... ... destructive miracles between her legs with his other hand. He flicked her bud with his thumb, pumped his two fingers in and out, working her into a f...

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I'Ll Do Anything

By: Chrystal Kincaid

... Well, hell. Cade, dressed to the nines in a white jacket tuxedo a la Hugh Grant, escorted his mother to the first pew and took his place at the fr... ...me. He dipped one finger into her glossy curls and stroked the hard little bud hidden inside and she arched off the table. She was the most beauti... ...d the envelope and withdrew a folded sheet of paper. “Please welcome Mister Grant Harrison to the KBH family.” Paige clasped Julia’s hand and patt... ...ck into the chair, quickly deflating. She secretly hoped he would agree. “Granted, I didn’t realize that there was a history between you and Taylor...

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An Apostate: Nawin of Thais

By: Steven David Justin Sills

... make him. This was his enlightened thought in a partially refreshed brain granted by a nocturnal sleep which had also slugged him with a headache, ma... ... respites, it would have "toughened [him] up" (meaning that if he had been granted nothing apart from the worst memories of his former family, he woul... ...an understanding of what boys could not say in words. So like a blossoming bud she had opened her arms to him and let him fall into the petals of her ... ... been buried in sleep, reassembled his parts and spoken to him? He had not granted him permission to do so. It was merely this one's part to transport... ...poken them he would have been truthful. His brief time under a scholarship grant had been more of sexual rendezvous than anything more substantive. It... ...leaving him defenseless against his good looks. "Painting." "Painting?" "A grant.... It was a grant from your country--a cultural exchange with accomp...

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Essays

By: Michel Eyquem de Montaigne

... occupations, idle imaginations, and unprofitable propositions. As if you grant follie what it desireth, it will no-whit be satisfied; so is wisdome... ... true seeds or roots of cruelty, of tyranny, and of treason. In youth they bud, and afterward grow to strength, and come to perfection by meanes of c... ... in courtesie, to sue unto him for the deliverie of his prisoner, which he granted; the French Nobilitie never refusing Ladies any kindnesse. Seemeth... ...le and endure. So have we nothing to doe but with paine. I will willingly grant them that it is the worst accident of our being. For I am the man th... ...hath said, Apollo heare, Loth to be heard, Goddesse of theeves, said he, Grant me to cousen, and yet just appeare, My faults in night, my frauds in... ...ten, melt, and dissolve into a kind of whey, namely, when it beginneth to bud, fearing it should turne to seed, and lose the nature of a storehouse,... ..., for their sustenance, the part and gnaw off the end whereat it wonts to bud. As for warre, which is the greatest and most glorious of all humane a... ...w and recover it selfe on old age, I earnestly advise it to do it; let it bud, blossome, and flourish if it can as Misle-toe on a dead tree. I feare... ...y. For, whereas Homer extends it untill such time as the chinne begins to bud, Plato himselfe hath noted the same for very rare, and the cause for wh...

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Tokyo to Tijuana: Gabriele Departing America

By: Steven David Justin Sills

... to admit this? No one that he had ever known had spoken of his or her loss. Granted, one could not stay comatose in innocence--the delight of pulling... ...ssed the mark as far as she was concerned. If each and every person was not granted food, shelter, and a profession by which to feel worthy (if indee... ...she couldn't see that his introducing her as if she were Helen of Troy would grant him a lot more customers. A half hour into being introduced and mem... ...neral masculine handsomeness that told a woman, that breeding with him would grant unto her beautiful babies with little or no chance of deformities--... ...ions of grandeur, but the latter so delusional to think that it was God that granted such dominion). But as she was sitting in the travel agency ready...

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