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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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Loues Labour's Lost

By: William Shakespeare

...t that will last keepe his oth. 172 But is there no quicke recreation granted? 173 Fer. I that there is, our Court you know is hanted 1... ...r 205 high words. 206 Lon. A high hope for a low heauen, God grant vs pa-tience. 208 Ber. To heare, or forbeare hearing. 209 ... ...u Sheepe & I pasture: shall that finish the iest? 724 Boy. So you grant pasture for me. 725 La. Not so gentle beast. 726 My lip... ... bee vnder-stood. 2218 Boy. Faire Ladies maskt, are Roses in their bud: 2219 Dismaskt, their damaske sweet commixture showne, 2220 Are... ...them so. 2746 Kin. Now at the latest minute of the houre, 2747 Grant vs your loues. 2748 Qu. A time me thinkes too short, 2749 ...

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Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus

By: Mary Wollstonecraft

...owers of spring bloomed in the hedges, while those of summer were already in bud. I was undis turbed by thoughts which during the preceding year had ... ... I take from thee a sight which you abhor. Still thou canst listen to me and grant me thy compassion. By the virtues that I once possessed, I demand t... ... cultivation. The birds sang in more cheerful notes, and the leaves began to bud forth on the trees. Happy, happy earth! Fit habitation for gods, whic... ...blue sky of heaven, and by the fire of love that burns my heart, that if you grant my prayer, while they exist you shall never behold me again. Depar... ...e mercy of the seas rather than abandon my purpose. I hoped to induce you to grant me a boat with which I could pursue my enemy. But your direc tion ...

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Facts and Fictions in the Securities Industry

By: Sam Vaknin

...ter (statute) of the firm and other incorporation documents. • Copies of licences granted to the firm. • A legal opinion regarding the above lice... ...en among hitherto skeptical economists in developing countries. In an interview he granted to Financialexpress.com in January 2007, Marti G Subrahm... ...y new presidential administration will bring with it a new Board. The major powers granted to the Board will effectively change the accounting prof... ... Well, now the SEC has a Congressional mandate. Federal courts are authorized to "grant any equitable relief that may be appropriate or necessary ... ...sons. But in Russia, and in other former socialist countries, they have often been granted "de jure" (legal) independence but not full "de facto" (... ...omer satisfaction deteriorate. This is mortal danger and it should be nipped in the bud. Frankly, I do not believe much in introducing rational sol...

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Evan Harrington

By: George Meredith

...floods of liquid amber. But to see all the subtle merits that now begin to bud out from Mr. T om, the chairman and giver of the feast; and also rightl... ... watch dear Evan—certainly the handsomest of the men here as yet, though I grant you, they are well- grown men, these Jocelyns, for an untravelled Eng... ...e of it—she was engaged to dine here yesterday, and put it off—probably to grant us time for composure. If she comes I do not fear her. Besides, has s... ...odest requests little maids prefer to people they presume to have power to grant. ‘No, it’s nothing nonsensical,’ said Rose; ‘I want you to get my fri... ...er summons. She did not notice him, but beckoned to Laxley drooping over a bud, while the curled smoke floated from his lips. ‘The very gracefullest o... ...of military science. For the moment I must beg that a little indulgence be granted to her. ‘Purely business. Great haste. Something has happened. An e... ...ailor.’ ‘ After all, old Mel wasn’t so bad,’ Mr. George Uplift chimed in. ‘Granted a tailor—you didn’t see a bit of it at table. I’ve known him taken ...

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And Gulliver Returns Book VI : Our Psychological Motivations

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...nce from their physical and social environments; they rely on their own development and their continued growth. They do not take blessings for grante... ... ―When looking at sex and power we have two powerful, probably innate, drives. Women, traditionally through their beauty, get power over men. Granti... ...‖ 59 —―Let‘s not forget the individual using his wiles to get God to grant ... ...ult humans, was offered by Dr. Harry Overstreet. He stated that, ‗The love of a person does not imply the possession of that person. It means granti... ... their lives and having good relationships as being spiritual qualities. It made for good press coverage, and maybe opened the doors for more grant ...

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The Golden Bowl

By: Henry James

...enquiring, of possibly interested, visitors. I had accord ingly taken for granted the common decencies of such a case—the responsible glance of some ... ... and aspired to a clearer air. What it comes back to, for the maturer mind—granting of course, to begin with, a mind accessible to questions of such a... ... he had amended with a further thought, “see too little.” But he had quite granted that he knew what she meant, and his warning perhaps was needless. ... ... was going to happen, and what, at the worst, could the poor girl do, even granting she wanted to do anything? What at the worst for that matter could... ...is only real loss in a thrifty career—scarce even amused; he took them for granted without horror, classifying them after their kind and calculating r... ...hat can—from the moment that, as appears, they don’t want to nip us in the bud? I can imagine their rushing up to prevent us. But an enthusiasm for us...

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The 9/11 Commission Report Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States

By: Thomas H. Kean

...ice is the Federal Bureau of Investigation.The FBI does not have a general grant of authority but instead works under specific statutory authorization... ...ern languages or Islamic studies.The total number of undergraduate degrees granted in Arabic in all U.S. colleges and universities in 2002 was six. 80... ...dget either in the Congress or in the president’s Office of Management and Bud- get. Like the FBI and the CIA’s Directorate of Operations, the State D... ...rter- rorism funding—were made in the president’s Office of Management and Bud- get. 108 Third, Congress did not reorganize itself after the end of th... ... for Bin Ladin. Clarke opposed having the United States facilitate a “huge grant to a regime as heinous as the Taliban” and suggested that the idea mi... ...p near Khowst with cruise missiles in August 1998, and before the T aliban granted al Qaeda permission to open the al Faruq camp in Kandahar.Thus, for... ...om Afghanistan.The leader of the Northern Alliance,Ahmed Shah Massoud, had granted an interview in his bun- galow near the Tajikistan border with two ...

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The White Rose Club

By: George Meredith

...s, and purified the place with holy ejaculations. ‘I ‘ve seen him at last; grant it be for the last time! That’s my prayer, in the name of the Virgin ... ... With his bugle-horn at springing morn, The Kaiser trampled bud and thorn: T ra-ra! And the dew shakes gree... ...the White Rose in her bed, tucked her up, and kissed her, leaving her as a bud that waits for sunshine. 96 Farina CONCLUSION THE SHADOW of Monk Grego...

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Modeste Mignon

By: Honoré de Balzac

...he virtues of your sex. 69 Balzac Adieu, mademoiselle. Do me the honor to grant me your esteem. Having seen you, or one whom I believe to be you, I h... ...e pretended Canalis had done, that Modeste was exceptional in nature. “God grant that your father return in time! If he delays much longer he will fin... ...ing at least a hundred thousand francs a year, and then to ask the king to grant that one of my sons-in-law may succeed to my name and 91 Balzac titl... ...umay, “and be- lieve that misfortune has closed his account with us.” “God grant it!” answered Madame Mignon. “You will see him, Dumay; but I shall on... ...od of roses, Passed by night to bless their bloom; See! for him each bud uncloses, Glows, and yields its rich perfume. Then arise! the lar... ...le?” he added, holding out his hand. “I will take it to the Mongenods. God grant the colonel and I may not pass each other on the road.” Modeste gave ...

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The Country Doctor

By: Honoré de Balzac

...autho- rization to establish himself here as a notary, and his request was granted. As he had not to pay for his appointment, he could afford to build... ...en?” “Amen,” said the soldier. “An upright man is a magnifi- cent thing, I grant you; but, on the other hand, you must admit that virtue is a divinity... ...s in science and in busi- ness, and genius was charlatanism. I took it for granted that I should be a great man, because there was the power of becomi...

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The Children of the Night

By: Edwin Arlington Robinson

...when flushed autumn and the snows went by, And spring came, — lo, from every bud’s green shell Burst a white blossom. — Can love reason why? 30 E.A. ... ... hard words Like mine have any message for the dead. 50 E.A. Robinson XV I grant you friendship is a royal thing, But none shall ever know that roya... ...makes him only more to me a man Than any other I have ever known. BURR I grant you that his worship is a man. I’m not so much at home with mysteri... ...t. I say words that you can spell without the use of all your letters; And I grant, if you insist, that I’ve a guess at what you meant.” “Have I told ... ...ahead of you.” “I do not see those days.” “I can see them. Granted even I am wrong, there are the children. And are they to praise t... ...ble for crimes. “Be calm? Was I unpleasant? Then I’ll be more discreet, And grant you, for the present, The balm of my defeat: What she, with all he...

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The Tragedy of Antony and Cleopatra

By: William Shakespeare

...ge, Than what he chooses. OCTAVIUS CAESAR: You are too indulgent. Let us grant, it is not Amiss to tumble on the bed of Ptolemy; To give a kingdom f... ...t of her impatience, which not wanted Shrewdness of policy too, I grieving grant Did you too much disquiet: for that you must But say, I could not he... ... Thou hast, Ventidius, that Without the which a soldier, and his sword, Grants scarce distinction. Thou wilt write to Antony! VENTIDIUS: I ll hum... ...uthority abused, And did deserve his change: for what I have conquer d, I grant him part; but then, in his Armenia, And other of his conquer d kingdo... ...reon, I begg d His pardon for return. OCTAVIUS CAESAR: Which soon he granted, Being an obstruct tween his lust and him. OCTAVIA: Do not say so...

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The Volsunga Saga with Excerpts from the Poetic Edda Anonymous Old Norse and Icelandic Mythologies

By: William Morris

... on. A colony, Gimli, in far-off Canada, has been formed of Icelandic emi- grants, and large numbers have left their mother-land; but there are many c... ...ng changes rendered necessary by more complicated systems. (9) Iceland was granted full independence from Denmark in 1944. — DBK. (10) These pirates a... ...for more bale for thy brothers than their present slaying; yet this will I grant thee, for the better it likes me the more they must bear, and the lon... ... is not so, for in all things I have my will, and whatso thing I desire is granted me with good will.” “Well, then,” said Regin, “ask for a horse of t... ...ith the sword called Ridil; but Regin drank of Fafnir’s blood, and spake, “Grant me a boon, and do a thing little for thee to do. Bear the heart to th...

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The Heir of Redclyffe

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...he had no one to tell him of the tricks which mothers generally nip in the bud.’ ‘I was going to say that I think he fidgets less,’ said Laura; ‘but I... ...e, while in the shady end of the field were idler haymakers among the fra- grant piles, Charles half lying on the grass, with his back against a tall ... ...ur strong sense would have made you perceive that reasoning upon fact, and granting nothing without tangible proof, were the best remedy for a dreamy ... ...state, By something showing a more swelling port Than my faint means would grant continuance. —Merchant of Venice ST. MILDRED’S was a fashionable summ... ... written immediately after Guy’s outburst in her house, and, taking it for granted that her brother would receive a challenge, she wrote in the utmost... ...f the lateness of their arrival yesterday. Mr. Edmonstone had taken it for granted that Guy, like Philip, would watch for the right time, and warn him...

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The Second Part of Henry the Fourth

By: William Shakespeare

...mee, will take mee without, 428 weighing: and yet, in some respects I grant, I cannot go: 429 I cannot tell. Vertue is of so little regard i... ...ouds, 563 And waste, for churlish Winters tyranny. 564 Hast. Grant that our hopes (yet likely of faire byrth) 565 Should be still- ... ... make the Diseases (Dol) we catch of you (Dol) we catch 1074 of you: Grant that, my poore Vertue, grant that. 1075 Dol. I marry, our Cha... ...’de mee. 2755 How I came by the Crowne, O heauen forgiue: 2756 And grant it may, with thee, in true peace liue. 2757 Prince. My gracio...

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New York

By: James Fenimore Cooper

... the principle of despotic rule which is begin- ning to show itself in the bud amongst us, and which is nothing more than the shadowing out of coming ... ... of the human race. We are far from saying that our own, with all its fla- grant and obvious defects, will be the worst, more especially when consider...

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The Egoist : A Comedy in Narrative

By: George Meredith

...logized Sir Willoughby as a landlord. A new lease of the cottage was to be granted him on the old terms, he said. Except that Sir 27 George Meredith ... ...ace for one year, she said. Willoughby reduced the year to six months, and granted that term, for which, in gratitude, she submitted to stand engaged;... ...esh supplies, right wholesome juices; as it were, life in the burst of the bud, fruits yet on the tree, rather than potted provender. The latter is ex... ...t to speak,” she said, and shrank as she spoke, lest he should immediately grant everything in the mood of courtship, and invade her respite; “I want ... ... the En- glish tongue.” “The Theatre is a matter of climate, sir. You will grant me that.” “If quick wits come of climate, it is as you say, sir.” “Wi... ...nce, Miss Dale? I have begged a favour this morning and can not obtain the grant.” It was lightly said, but Clara’s face was more significant, and “Wh...

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Memories and Portraits

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

... NO MY AIN HOUSE; I ken by the biggin’ o’t.” T wo recent books* one by Mr. Grant White on England, one on France by the diabolically clever Mr. Hilleb... ...is better than John Bull, but he is tarred with the English stick. For Mr. Grant White the States are the New England States and nothing more. He wond... ...untrymen un- bending to him as to a performing dog. But in the case of Mr. Grant White example were better than precept. Wyo- ming is, after all, more... ...ot always widely, but always trenchantly. Many particulars that struck Mr. Grant White, a Yankee, struck me, a Scot, no less forcibly; he and I felt o... ... And perhaps neither a court of love nor an assembly of divines would have granted their premisses or welcomed their conclusions. Conclusions, indeed,... ...es; and below and about, dearer tenfold to me! the plays themselves, those bud- gets of romance, lay tumbled one upon another. Long and often have I l...

...Excerpt: Chapter 1. The Foreigner At Home. ?This is no my ain house; I ken by the biggin? o?t.? Two recent books* one by Mr. Grant White on England, one on France by the diabolically clever Mr. Hillebrand, may well have set people thinking on the divisions of races and nations. Such thoughts should arise with particular congruity and force to inhab...

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