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    1. Stephen is behaving like a collie in charge of a flock of sheep, almost comical in his endeavours to be of comfort to Liz

    2. A flock of gulls scattered, keening loudly and interrupting their conversation

    3. “Take heed therefore unto yourselves, and to all the flock, over the which the Holy Ghost

    4. shepherds feed the flocks? Ye eat the fat, and ye clothe you with the wool, ye kill them that are fed: but ye feed not the flock

    5. My sheep wandered through all the mountains, and upon every high hill: yea, my flock was scattered upon all the face of the earth, and none did search or seek after them

    6. because there was no shepherd, neither did my shepherds search for my flock, but the

    7. shepherds fed themselves, and fed not my flock; Therefore, O ye shepherds, hear the word

    8. He Is Faithful to The Flock (John 10:27;

    9. shepherds of the flock to be in the front leading and guiding them

    10. The elders ought to be the ones who are well known among the flock

    1. Neighbours and relatives flocked in paying their

    2. Then we turned out of the narrow alleyway into the square where, to my complete amazement, I saw it absolutely crammed with hundreds of pilgrims who had flocked there for the next part of the festival, all craning and straining to see what they could of the annual procession and the ritual on the plateia

    3. day, and the group of trainees had flocked around to find out what the

    4. flocked straight to her, while maybe half that number went to look at Dzunga

    5. With that assurance, people of all races flocked to Plot E, which seemed like nirvana

    6. When Christmas Eve came and the children flocked into the Mayor's

    7. Men, women and children flocked in from all adjacent coast towns and bush villages, and lay at night in long silent rows on the sea front or along the sides of the houses

    8. Tenderfoot dudes, first tolerated, afterwards beloved, by the ranchmen, flocked to the corps and an excellent camaraderie prevailed

    9. Following him into a dimly lit hallway that was covered in red flocked wallpaper, I whispered in Uncle Hobart's ear, "God, this place reminds me of a brothel

    10. Many thousands flocked to Sherman’s army

    1. flocking in to greet her with smiling faces

    2. away they came, flocking through the streets in their best clothes, and

    3. It must have been a great time in this new movement, all in all, with hundreds, and then thousands of the underclass, and others who were spiritually hungry, flocking to this new and different message of hope

    4. There’s nothing wrong with trying to lure customers in, there’s too much competition to sit idle if the customers aren’t flocking in, but if the reputation of the food is nothing to shout about or enough to bring you in then this is usually a hint

    5. 18 Others ran flocking out of their houses to the general supplication, because the place was like to come into


    7. came flocking out of the paddocks to see the baby

    8. Because of this, her grandmother drew her to the water, splashed her fingers into the shallows and sparked the birds’ attention, bringing them flocking for food or purely out of curiosity

    9. 18 Others ran flocking out of their houses to the general supplication because the place was like to come into contempt

    10. 23 Now Nicanor abode in Jerusalem and did no hurt but sent away the people that came flocking to him

    1. brought him flocks, seven thousand and seven hundred

    2. shepherds feed the flocks? Ye eat the fat, and ye clothe you with the wool, ye kill them that are fed: but ye feed not the flock

    3. Here and there, flocks of sheep scour the ground, they look undernourished and thin, their fleeces bitty

    4. Where I would expect to see flourishing flocks of sheep, there are a few goats, scavenging amongst the scrub

    5. In the distance I can see great woods stalking up the hills bordering the valley and flocks of black birds much like crows fill the air above the trees

    6. steam, and the flocks of seagulls following the plough was an

    7. had great possessions of herds and flocks, above all who were before me in Jerusalem; 8

    8. flocks of sheep were in transit only towards Lyndesfarne, and not

    9. Yet they were faced with a conundrum: how to sabotage the upstart's enterprise without soliciting collateral damage upon the stability of the village's good reputation as a welcoming and pleasant retreat, as it was still viewed by the flocks of visitors for whom they yearly played host

    10. flocks and ploughing fields when Grinly arrived

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