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    1. I wished it didn't have to face north but this is like a tiny scale model of my dream house

    2. There was always a fire on the hearth in the main house for Dawnsleep, every week of the year

    3. He hadn't started it, and started back down past Ava, "I gotta do that, you know the house

    4. Soon Ava continued on up to the house and Venna came quickly down the remaining path

    5. You don’t have the luxury house and lifestyle, do what you need to do to keep it, and then be who you need to be in order to keep it

    6. "Nice," she said, but went up the path toward the house, taking her cup and toothbrush with her

    7. Gen: 12:17: And the LORD plagued Pharaoh and his house with great plagues because of Sarai Abram's wife

    8. Maybe you want to have a new house

    9. “There’s a zombie in my house

    10. I walked most of the beer off on the way to the house

    11. An undercurrent of blood begins to fill the house

    12. "It is likely the only reason she bought this house is to go after those papers," Herndon said, his lips tight

    13. "But you're leaving her up in that house with them now," Jorma pointed out

    14. He couldn't tell her, he found the house empty

    15. He went over the house, looking for things out of place and found almost nothing

    16. " He jumped up and got into action, running up the path to the house

    17. There was still a good chance that her packet hadn't even left Sinbara and Jorma struggled up the path to the house and then down the street to the town side of north island

    18. Simon, Sees thou this woman? I entered into your house;

    19. Isa: 6:4: And the posts of the door moved at the voice of him that cried, and the house was filled with smoke

    20. Always be sure you have a snack handy or that you eat before leaving the house so you are not tempted by the fast food restaurants while you are out

    21. "What about the house?" he asked the empty doorframe

    22. This was a nice house in all but the dead of winter, but he really wished he had someone to share it with

    23. Matt: 9:7: And he arose, and departed to his house

    24. He made it to the door, having been buzzed into the driveway by George the house manager, and was ushered in by Harriet

    25. with dressing to kill when you go into house of God [at

    26. When she returned to the house she found Yorthops had stopped by

    27. Yorthops' relatives, who's house she was watching, had already returned and she was beginning to feel like a freeloader there

    28. I lived it up these last ten years, I lived like that house was mine

    29. 2Chl: 2:4: Behold, I build a house to the name of the LORD

    30. Ask a friend, neighborhood teen or college student if they would be willing to shop for you, in exchange for sharing a meal with friends at your house later in the week

    31. Pick a bird house that allows enough room for the snails to enter, and one that has a lid that can be opened and closed

    32. house, and when thou walkest by the way, and when thou

    33. 2Chl: 31:21: And in every work that he began in the service of the house of God, and in the law, and in the

    34. He and Micah’s mom got it when they had bought their first house

    35. They're about the size of a large house cat, they're called mindunes and there were at least a dozen on the building, including the one on this railing wanting its chin scratched

    36. It was hard to tell when each one of them was already as big as a house

    37. To keep the house as safe as possible, eliminate clutter and loose electrical wires that may cause a fall

    38. The doctors had put a tube in her nose and he could hear her breathing from any room in the house

    39. · Place bells or chimes on doors leading to the outside to alert you when the patient leaves the house

    40. It was one of those weird, triangular rooms at the top of the house that is shaped by the way the roof slopes down

    41. • Water Soluble Blood Meal 14-0-0: If you have ever tried to dissolve blood meal then you know why this is such a great product! Indoor magic for all your house plants, contains A-35 plus natural proteins, plant growth regulators and minerals

    42. They're still up north in a lock box in the house I sold to Jorma and Venna

    43. After that, mermaids became a running joke around the house

    44. He didn't answer, blew right by it urgently, "Did you say she is now living in the house with those papers?"

    45. The mermaids keened like whales all around the house, singing for their friends to come

    46. "It was your house

    47. Venna and Jorma had been in that house almost a year now, another week would not make a difference

    48. A very helpful insect in the vegetable garden or around the house

    49. While group singing of 'bhajans' can be done in a suitable place like a temple or a hall in a manner and time that least disturbance is caused to those not involved in it, the individual prayer is necessarily a communion with God best performed in a quiet corner of the house

    50. And you shall write them on the doorposts of your house and on your gates

    1. Ginger MacAvoy had a nice view from her corner window office on the fourth floor of the historical San Francisco edifice that housed the headquarters of World Weary Avengers, Incorporated

    2. The CTO had a room in the building's basement and most of the testers were housed down there as well

    3. He also made a solemn vow to his wife later that evening that, willing or not, Cyberia would marry the very first man, be he prince or pauper, that pressed the buzzer on the security gates that separated the family mansion from the mean streets that housed the capital’s hoi-polloi

    4. The Hold Stables housed about thirty of the beautiful Hausa, and while Duncan and Tarak engaged in conversation with the stable master, Rayne went to each offering the tubers from their feedbags

    5. Because his mother had been a senator back when Ohio was a state, they were housed at an army barracks

    6. ” Of course he knew they could still see this same image if they were running on processors housed in a tin shed

    7. the mean streets that housed the capital’s hoi-polloi

    8. ’ It turned out to be the Atlantis Department of Clandestine Operations [DOCA] which was housed in an office tower on one of the inner ring islands

    9. they were later to discover, housed a diary or provided stabling for

    10. the market which housed travellers and tinkers of all kinds

    11. Guardians, and indeed housed a small infirmary, although he had not

    12. reaching the chamber that housed the whisky and

    13. frozen in time by the glass cases that housed them

    14. the warehouse that housed Extravaganza

    15. her as quietly as I could behind the agents and we snuck into the van that housed

    16. the privilege, and were housed in the most depressing,

    17. Once the chamber had been stuffed with treasures, now the room housed rows of straw-filled mattresses caked with human feces and blood, several of which yet dripped with the red liquid having been freshly spilt

    18. In 1864 the family dispersed due to Charles's growing alcoholism and the children were temporarily housed across Edinburgh

    19. The spiritual building blocks and supercharged images housed in my subconscious were on display and glowing with phosphorus luminosity

    20. They were quite similar to the Dwarven mechanical plans housed in one of the more prestigious museums in Cyrodiil

    21. A few more large chambers later found them faced with a room seemingly even more vast than the one which housed the colossal Centurion

    22. Rex housed it in a special garage on the

    23. 32), is so very indulgent as to declare, that this shall not hinder any person from carrying his wool home from the place of shearing, though it be within five miles of the sea, provided that in ten days after shearing, and before he remove the wool, he do under his hand certify to the next officer of the customs the true number of fleeces, and where it is housed; and do not remove the same, without certifying to such officer, under his hand, his intention so to do, three days before

    24. Before the Death Wars, there was a kingdom whose name is long forgotten, but that the Castle of Aeresan housed its king is well-documented

    25. In his private garage Roidon stared at the nuclear fusion generator he had set up, housed within the multiple cone structure

    26. Callisto station itself housed most of the administration for the entire Jovian system and the small Police force

    27. The cavern they peered into could have housed the entire Temple, it was so vast

    28. To the sides of the slab were circles which housed the missing gods

    29. Venus approached the first circle in front of her, which housed Hans

    30. The inside of the cavern we had just breached housed about twelve men

    31. Many were permanently housed within the city walls, as servants in the inns and taverns, as merchants or lords and ladies on extended visits to the King of the Nordics, as well as over three hundred nobility who had arrived with the spring thaw, bringing escorts of soldiers either in aid of the Saviours or to protect their own interests during their journey to Nordhel

    32. Many cages housed two, even three cats

    33. It was where the superstars always fought because it housed Emerald Tower with all its luxuries

    34. “They are housed within the cells below the keep,” Keljar said after a deep sigh

    35. The bullets were housed in a conveyance resembling a modern refrigerator, on a belt twenty-seven feet long

    36. The inside housed the most sophisticated surveillance equipment known; much of the technology stolen from the Darangi, which included a TIAR interface, but no stasis pod

    37. “Great power will be housed in one place in one country in one land where it will be the undoing of all others

    38. By day, the towering building that housed the Maze loomed silent and lifeless

    39. The Red Cross, however, soon opened a relief depot, and finally many were housed in the coffee storehouses on the hillside, the residue existing as they might in the woods

    40. He studied his choice, aware that the badger's hard, muscular body housed a cunning brain

    41. The enemy's spies who have come to spy on us must be sought out, tempted with bribes, led away and comfortably housed

    42. Eighty men from each of the three companies housed in the kaserne were selected

    43. Some seemed to be occupied; many housed families, small and large; children trying to play hide and seek in the dimly lit passages that had become their impromptu playground

    44. The 61st Division’s military police battalion headquarters was in a building that had once housed a Landpolizei station, set in the triangle of land where the principal road leading into Landsgau divided to become two of the town’s streets

    45. The small cave was irregularly shaped in an angular way; the bookcases and an old study were massed together near the corner of the jutting rock, while a somewhat larger space to the right of the study, a sort of crevice, housed a small cot and a cupboard of what at a glance seemed to be antique wood

    46. Hackensack main housed all the drops, counting, and pick up for

    47. The next island, a puddle jump, housed a big time hospital

    48. The main entrance door was closed and the velvet rope that housed

    49. The cab was at a light near a gas station and a brick building that housed a

    50. made of glass and it housed a glass chess board

    1. I barely remember Earth and when I try to picture it in my mind today I notice the fields covered with ribbonleaves and archwoods shading the houses

    2. Most of our first jobs were in sweeping through houses: pest control, looking for suspicious activity, that sort of thing

    3. The branches of the houses above echoed with lumins and charrasspas singing in the noontime sun

    4. The houses and tavernas and bright lights of the

    5. The sign of the saddle didn't really mean anything more than Brazilians were welcome, and the way they spent money, they were welcome in most public houses

    6. houses, he might not stand out, where he might just sit and eat and while away some

    7. It was not by the help of people whose houses I had decorated

    8. The real profit from the excursion: As the coach was passing through the village of Kranidi, I recognized the narrow street and the old houses I had dreamt of on the 26th of July; a little later I saw a blue car with the number 2504

    9. I was hopeless about the problems mentioned above, but this morning an unexpected solution came up: After years of moving houses, my sister has just decided to return here, at her own house, so that my mother can help her even more with raising her children

    10. Yet, she suggests she and I should change houses: she prefers to live in my house, on the ground floor, because it is bigger and it has a veranda; therefore, I will move into her apartment, on the second floor, which is much quieter since it is not so close to the street and the outdoor garage

    11. Naturally, there are still lights on in one or two of the houses – this lot never sleep from what I can see - and Henry waves across at us … he’s taking Buster out for a late night walk

    12. I’d been told he had a view but … wow! This row of houses is built over halfway up the side of the hill overlooking the village and is considerably higher than I’d anticipated

    13. mouths must be stopped, who subvert whole houses, teaching things which they ought not,

    14. Occasionally a road would reach the channel they were on and they'd see a couple farms and a few houses

    15. The windows of the bus, set higher than in a car, had offered excellent views of both the land and the houses and Kara had taken advantage of having a companion, whispering puzzled queries to Angie as they passed things she didn’t immediately understand

    16. He went to the houses

    17. tiled roofs of the thatched houses

    18. lived in houses that lead off from the north and south roads

    19. Although some of the luckier folk lived in the houses that were

    20. The landscape was becoming more built up as is drew nearer to the City … more farmsteads along the river, many with wharves selling produce, more large barn-like constructions doubtless used for craft activities, and, as they drew nearer to the city, glass houses covering vast areas of land, growing produce to be shipped to markets of London

    21. Houses throw up smoking stacks,

    22. Between the tall houses, she could see the sky, clear with streaks of cloud and sparkling with stars

    23. There were a few clumps of larger archwood trees in the distance, probably related to the species that people grew houses from

    24. peering out of primary coloured plastic Wendy Houses,

    25. to watch houses of glass splinter

    26. removed, distant in dark houses with children asleep in their beds

    27. As she inspected closely she could see that these trees had once been houses

    28. The square is paved with cobbles and bordered on two sides by white-painted, stucco-covered houses

    29. and white throated counting houses

    30. There were plenty of paths to enter the village, all of them lead to a public square under the three grand houses grown from the central trunks of the original archwood clump

    31. There were probably ten more houses in the village altogether, spread out around it and above some others up in the branches

    32. Most of the houses in the village were accessible from the balcony of this square

    33. houses sit quietly queuing for the knacker’s yard,

    34. These houses are offerings to ruin in their luxurious pensions,

    35. Pin pricks of light glittered in the growing darkness, unusual clusters that had me confused until I twigged they were not stars at all but lights from mountain houses

    36. I liked Stephanos town; houses and shops all mixed in together

    37. Behind the busiest street, I walked romantic corridors between dilapidated wood and mud houses with charming little kitchens, fire-places, wood storage rooms, and some with courtyards and even pebble mosaic designs laid in the ground beneath knotty gnarled old trees that still flowered bright crimson and pale blue

    38. Trails of giant ants, cockroaches and fright-filled cats, ducks and chickens and a cockerel, all sharing the heat there with a new-born kitten, lying dead in that graveyard of dead houses

    39. The valley is very marshy and floods regularly, so the houses are all built on the hill

    40. A break-water, the quayside, two churches, village houses and fishing boats

    41. We still make beautiful decorations on the outside of the houses and flowers grow everywhere like in days long ago

    42. A sprinkling of intricately decorated blue and white houses and chapels that seemed to graze upon the saddle between the peaks of two mountains was laid out before us

    43. Shortly afterwards, we enter a village called Panwik, its high street winding up a slow hill, bordered by stone houses built in a warm Cotswold stone

    44. In spite of being so flat, it was pretty country, lush with the fronds of houses, the ripe smells of rich cropland in the mid summer heat and the sounds of a hundred different kinds of lumins and charrasspas

    45. At last they came to a very down at heel street, where most of the back-to-back terraced houses were either boarded up or bare boned skeletons

    46. That means I can energise the stones which light our houses

    47. The ggs have been showing their tiredness for some miles, Sefir stumbling a couple of times, but seeing the houses ahead, both she and Adamant perk up and we enter the town at a sprightly trot

    48. Around her home there had come the houses of merchants and bankers, followed by the lowlier dwellings of middle class managers and finally there came the estate houses of the common workers

    49. In the valley below us I see a small collection of houses – it looks larger than a village

    50. Her little coloured houses offered care, rest and refuge

    1. Providing housing, food and water for our bird allies will help insure good insect balance

    2. If you happen to live in a housing situation that promotes

    3. It was about your mum’s housing problem

    4. Now, let’s talk about this housing idea, shall we?’

    5. It wasn't just the injector, it was the containment coils around it and their housing, the detector windings, the throb piping

    6. Hamo flips the switch on the joystick, the machine gun on the hood disappears - POOF! -back into its housing

    7. " Zoomed in on the open bay with their helmets they could see that the bulge in the smooth hull offset to the starboard side was a housing for a ship-killer of some kind, probably a warspite torpedo

    8. The shaftwoods were dark green bigleafs, the trunks about sixteen inches at the top of that house, about six feet apart, the housing looked to be six by eight trunks, five or six more floors

    9. in dens in the woods at the back of the new housing estate,

    10. Space for a single crew member in the wheel housing and steps that lead down to a tiny protected observation area and little more space for when it was too stormy to stand in the open

    11. Ken and Eileen Roach lived on what had once been a decaying council housing estate in a small post-industrial town to the north-west of Birmingham, an estate that was by degrees being regenerated by a mixed bag of home owners, buy-to-let investors and housing trust managers

    12. The White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives has prepared a list of general information about nearly 100 programs operated by the Departments of Justice, Labor, Health and Human Services, Housing and Urban Development, and Education

    13. I’ve got quite a list of questions on my pad by the time I draw up outside the sheltered housing complex where Bert Redfield lives

    14. The current contractor tried to shovel all the blame for the extra cost onto the original firm and, although there are some grounds for that, there is also the fact that the new mob haven't been putting their back into the job, but using their work force on a very lucrative housing development instead

    15. As far as the occupants of the flats in Danvers House are concerned - and we prefer to call them tenants – they pay a low rent for their flats that is usually paid by Housing Benefit

    16. Mya placed the housing over the hole and welded it to the ship

    17. council housing estate in a small post-industrial town to the north-

    18. and housing trust managers

    19. Something that old should look different, shouldn’t it? She tried to visualise what it must have been like living here without the benefit of modern housing and facilities, concluding that she would miss the hot water most

    20. pointed out the light housing itself, fixed to the very top of the tower

    21. It was a smallish town; a newish housing estate became a huddle of older dwellings and then two streets with shops, a squat church complete with graveyard and the all important bus station

    22. It looked like some places had been converted to cheap housing about a century ago and never maintained

    23. There are no keys in the ignition, but the player is snug in its black plastic housing

    24. He’s got a ground floor flat at ‘Chamberlains’, a very up-market sheltered housing property on the outskirts of Chippenham, and has a terrific social life charming all the old ladies who live in the property

    25. “He doesn’t understand the grown housing yet or care to

    26. One nice thing here is cheap housing

    27. Originally I went down to pick up the latest exchange student who would live in my house and then I would earn the nice sum of $650 a month for housing him

    28. How the CO2 was released in areas where housing growth was to be speeded up, how the condensing and drawing off of byproducts at their temperatures was used to keep the draft going

    29. One the other thing I forgot to tell you is while I'm going to law school my freshman year; it was a horrible experience for me socially and housing wise

    30. The chimneys were covered with the jungle housing of the people who condensed out the by-products of the kiln-fires below

    31. The housing developments continued to spread over the mountain, drawing even more workers – more families

    32. enacted to help rehabilitate ex-felons through job placement, training and housing

    33. Still technically city along this road, usually commercial space fronted the street and most buildings were still three to six floors of grown housing

    34. I heard Fizzicist say that the new road is called 'Motorway' and it will open the Plateau up to housing and a new city

    35. Its first level was an herbal shop -- supposedly medicinal herbs though their primary medication was chopa -- while the second level was housing space, strictly rented to addicts in order for the dealers to keep their customers in arms reach

    36. Their floater beat slowly over the beach and its miles of nude beauty backed up by sixty stories of commercial space and housing

    37. They got distracted by the necessities of the housing office

    38. nomads, when they began to build stable housing,

    39. the housing (identified by me on the

    40. medicines can cost more than just housing, and the

    41. housing, and the statues by Fidias and of the

    42. the destination of the old temple in housing

    43. She had always heard tales about marshlands and their propensity for housing treachery and foul creatures of darkest imagination

    44. Joe had settled into a job as real estate agent after finishing High School, but by the time he was in his mid-thirties, the housing market had become a hard sell for him because of ongoing problems in the nation’s economy and the banking sector

    45. Slightly over 300 metres from bow to stern, it had a crew of almost 200 personnel, the ability to launch eight fighter craft simultaneously and internal housing for 24 fighters in total

    46. The biggest shock was the council housing estate which all but obliterated any sense of isolation which she had granted to her aunt's house, and was little less than an effacement to what might have passed for 'Her Valley', given a little push of the imagination

    47. New River and across the grass to the housing

    48. Those worthless bundled mortgages (investments) are what led to this country"s financial meltdown and the collapse of the housing market

    49. Some years ago, the DEQ authorities in Boise established a set of roving vans housing emission control inspection stations

    50. The territory won by Obama in the 2008 election was mostly comprised of those voters living in low income housing and also living off various forms of government aid (and, needless to say, more than a few liberal quasi-intellectuals

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