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    1. He and Leand used to troll for maidens at the Stone Seaside in those days

    2. Schulz takes a stone out of his pocket and places it on the stack

    3. Sam proceeded down the stone corridor to the sunlounge, where Tatania was dancing by herself with a gin in one hand, looking very pleased with herself

    4. wanted to stone her, He was able to deal with Peter’s

    5. There are stone benches and many large trees shading the courtyard

    6. he were to die for love, he would leave the girl standing as cold as stone in his flat,

    7. He had to have the kedas slow way down till he was sure they were going to get under one stone arch where they went under a canal

    8. He breaks one stone free and begins on another

    9. There is a stone patio next to the building overlooking the pounding waves and a couple of local men sit drinking a beer at a plastic table and talking

    10. One of the few unarmed forces in the world, they had the utmost regard of the European superstar policeman; fighting a tidal wave of international organized crime with only their bare hands, hopelessly outnumbered, out-gunned and underfunded, technology from the stone age, forensics from the middle ages

    11. a venom that would have turned hearts instantly to stone had she dared to say it out

    12. Looking at the house from the old the old stone pillars that still held the front

    13. pristine canal of Cotswold stone

    14. The Victorian solidity of brick and stone was finally giving way to

    15. He gunned the V8 and spat stones against the crumbling dry stone wall that

    16. between the stone walls that backed the hedges, and although the track showed no

    17. Beyond this, a low stone wall and beyond that, the bluff drops dramatically to the blue sea

    18. She would kill two birds with one stone

    19. an orphaned section of dry stone wall

    20. around her head, revealing glimpses of stone cold wall and hard, puddled

    21. Then his heart turns to stone

    22. cold stone walls that surrounded him, he somehow found the strength to hold at bay

    23. buried deep beneath the crumbling vaults of stone that formed the roof of the world

    24. wrought iron runners, closed against the light of real wax candles guttering on stone

    25. candles that, in this simulacrum of past glories, illuminated the stone in a wash of

    26. He was not down there with them filing onto the cold stone benches of Susa on a blustery evening, forced to bear silent witness to pronouncements they hardly supported

    27. chill of stone on his skin through his rags

    28. He shifted his weight slightly, feeling a burr of stone

    29. So”, replied MacKenzie, gesturing at the thick stone walls of his cell, “you built all

    30. Ridges of crumbling stone and cement bit into the thin skin covering my knees and I waited, letting the reality of this simple and basic reaction to the physical world wash through me

    31. It felt like reading some ancient stone tablet without the aid of the Rosetta Stone

    32. Looking at them from my place in the crowd, I am overcome with pride for them as they stand near the stone cross in the churchyard watching as representatives of the local organisations lay wreaths around its steps

    33. How could I, a normal boy from the Beirut suburbs, a boy destined for the traditional path no matter how much I might stray in youth, how could I feel this warmth for a man who could as easily kill me stone dead as look at me? Breakfast almost became a dread moment, a mixture of the sublime and the abhorrent

    34. Nothing had crapped out yet, but Tig kept his face like stone, expecting something he never expected to fail at any moment

    35. In the middle there is a picturesque pond full of goldfish; it is decorated with a wooden bridge, stone banks and a green islet with a palm-tree on top

    36. To the north there is a well-built stone wall; behind it, the thick forest of fir-trees

    37. Metal, glass, stone, silver or gold; because the container is an expedient

    38. As he leaned back, his chair disappeared and he was dumped onto his ass on the cold, hard stone of the stage of the amphitheater at Susa, deep in evening with a terrible lighting storm approaching from right behind Moamar's wide turban

    39. He sat on a stone bench at one end of this space

    40. It would be like this all the way to the address where she now lived, a palatial urban estate in the old stone off third canal

    41. Its windows began on the tenth floor from here, the top floors of the finished stone, but its front door would be on the indoor street that crossed Third Canal on the eleventh floor

    42. The building was synthetic stone up to the fourteenth floor or so, shaftwood structure from there on up

    43. The lower floors looked to be holding older marble together with the synthetic stone shell

    44. All of them, the grown stone and the shaftwood, had vine covered balconies on almost every floor and the blooms were a deep magenta and last year's pods a rosy mahogany where they hadn't been picked already

    45. Most of the buildings on the back side of this yacht basin were similar, while those out front along third canal had twenty to thirty floors of stone and crystal instead of ten to fifteen, and the eleventh floor street was indoors

    46. “The three-dimensional seal ensured the witch's pact with two rival demons, one of the void and one of the fire”, explained Arion, as we were crossing the stone bridge, having just abandoned the tower

    47. At first the driver thought that the dull, humped shape at the side of the road was just a rocky outcrop or an orphaned section of dry stone wall

    48. After an excruciatingly difficult fifteen minutes in which she tied herself in several knots, she gave up trying to explain stone technology only to get horribly bogged down virtually immediately in the various historical differences that had affected modern day cultures … comparative history had not been her strong point

    49. Abery’s a very small village only a couple of hundred people in all – mostly sheep farming - but there’s an interesting stone circle … quite a large one - I don’t know what the place is called here on Earth

    50. She felt the magic in the air begin to waver around her head, revealing glimpses of stone cold wall and hard, puddled tarmacadamed floor amongst the grasses and the starry sky

    1. shook it off and came back into the town where he was stoned and pro-

    2. "Probably stoned by now," the girl said

    3. Gnashing their teeth like wild dogs, they stoned him

    4. After awhile your brain expects to be stoned, so being stoned is normal to it

    5. Then when you don't have any for a few weeks, like now, you wind up in a condition opposite to being stoned, a bleak, dark, hopeless, empty, everything's useless type condition like this

    6. From what the channels knew at that point, a mob stoned a bogie of the

    7. 35And the husbandmen took his servants, and beat one, and killed another, and stoned

    8. 5Now Moses in the law commanded us, that such should be stoned: but what do you

    9. “You got stoned when you drank it didn’t you?” she asked like he was being a rather slow student on this subject

    10. She was too stoned to worry about it now

    11. Alan got lost in the wonder of watching them all as soon as he was stoned again

    12. ' Oh yeah, he knew it was all done with moving floors and glass floors and projectors, but the experience had been very engaging while he was as stoned as he was

    13. They were stoned, they were sawn in two; they were put to death by the sword

    14. And all Israel stoned him with stones, and burned them

    15. with fire, after they had stoned them with stones

    16. burning, and first he has them stoned – then, after they are dead, he burns their

    17. “I"m confused, but I"m not afraid I"ll be stoned

    18. “I am carrying God"s Son, so it is a little difficult to believe He would allow me to be stoned

    19. She said I was a slut and should be stoned

    20. If Marjory disapproved she seemed to lodge her protest by dancing on her own and getting drunk or stoned, as she had done at the party and now again to-night

    21. They couldn’t track him down but apparently his ex-girlfriend got very stoned and blabbed

    22. “And he turned up here drunk and stoned and with a borrowed car, no permission; and insisted on making this report?”

    23. Rather than spend his days lying around La Hacienda drunk and stoned, occasionally supervising his workers, he began passing both days and nights in San José, scurrying from one brothel to another

    24. She should have seen it coming: Sal had again mentioned something about mules arriving drunk and stoned

    25. They were lying by the pool, smoking, snorting and drinking till they were too stoned to move, except for fucking and the energy needed to watch stacks of videos

    26. Ok, now she was definitely feeling a bit stoned

    27. I helped them through ‘Stand up for your lights’ and ‘Don’t wolly bout a ting’ quite well but this band has no fear, mind you they were stoned by now, and I’m sorry to admit that I backed down when they launched into ‘Liver deep mountain high”

    28. It was fun to watch them act all stoned and stuff

    29. I wake up stoned, happy, deeply relaxed, deeply frustrated, and totally ready to start the work

    30. For that taboo, they have roundly been stoned by the ever tolerant Leftists

    31. I feel excited, happy, still a little stoned, and exhausted

    32. I’m tired, stoned, but still steady

    33. I hate when this happens, but this time I’m waking up stoned but empowered like a rock

    34. I came out of the experience feeling stoned but rather normal; I didn’t really appreciate the changes until that night when I experienced a new type of vivid dream, colored like old films and packed with precious information provided by my old Teacher

    35. 18 Then King Rehoboam sent Adoram, who was over the tribute; and all Israel stoned him with stones, that he died

    36. stoned him with stones, that he died

    37. 14 Then they sent to Jezebel, saying, Naboth is stoned, and is dead

    38. Shiriah law allows for a raped woman to be stoned to death and for hands to be cut off for stealing bread

    39. 15 And it came to pass, when Jezebel heard that Naboth was stoned, and was dead, that Jezebel said to Ahab, Arise, take possession

    40. Hadoram that was over the tribute; and the children of Israel stoned him with stones, that he died; But king Rehoboam made speed to

    41. 21 And they conspired against him, and stoned him with stones at the

    42. He could be stoned to death

    43. Later the Law of Moses stated that a prostitute be stoned to death if she is caught red

    44. The Jews stoned their criminals to death

    45. Now he had heard the mob is demanding that his troops, who had just saved them from starvation, be stoned in the streets

    46. He was still stoned and was coping better than he appeared

    47. Add the washed and stoned raisins (or seedless raisins, or sultanas)

    48. 37 And Joshua burned them there with fire, and all the Israelites stoned Achan with stones, and they raised over him a heap of stones, therefore did he call that place the valley of Achor, so the Lord's anger was appeased, and Joshua afterward came to the city and fought against it

    49. 28 If an ox gore a man or a woman, that they die: then the ox shall be surely stoned, and his flesh shall not be eaten; but the owner of the ox shall be quit

    50. 29 But if the ox were wont to push with his horn in time past, and it has been testified to his owner, and he has not kept him in, but that he has killed a man or a woman; the ox shall be stoned, and his owner also shall be put to death

    1. Her carved keda rider and a couple pretty stones were left behind

    2. As her eye followed it she saw there had been many improvements there also, stones put in for steps in the steepest parts

    3. The people threw stones at Haques and shouted for him to leave

    4. Enoch has broken two stones now and is starting on a third

    5. among the stones of the brooks

    6. He gunned the V8 and spat stones against the crumbling dry stone wall that

    7. body was crippled with stones and multiple beatings

    8. power raised Paul from the dead when he was beaten with stones

    9. Aston Martin swept spray and stones out from under its wheels as though the driver

    10. It can fly rings around us and leave stones in our path

    11. Heroic scenes all the way back to the American puppet's gas attacks were shown, as if carved in real time in the stones of the temple

    12. was covered with diamonds so when Son slept the stones cut into his skin

    13. This statement is made by Paul, who suffered lashes at the hands of the Jews 5 times, 3 times he was beaten with rods, once pelted with stones, shipwrecked 3 times, spent a day and a night in the open sea, had been constantly on the move, had been in danger from rivers, in danger from bandits, in danger from his fellow Jews, in danger from Gentiles, in danger in the city, in danger in the country, in danger in the sea, in danger from false believers, had gone without sleep, had known hunger and thirst – often going without food, and has been cold and naked

    14. thou hast walked up and down in the midst of the stones of fire

    15. from the midst of the stones of fire

    16. that go down to the stones of the pit; as a carcase trodden under feet

    17. The stones began to move

    18. It looks like a few loose stones on this wall

    19. See if you can move a few stones out of the way, without

    20. indentations of the stones that had been removed from the wall

    21. bones lay amid the worm tilted stones

    22. The stones loomed in the half light, deep shadows clouding their bases

    23. ‘For one thing, my taw stones are still locked up in my house and I feel half-naked without them

    24. Taw stones safely restored to their pouch on her belt, she changed out of her comfy travelling clothes into something a little smarter and set about writing messages

    25. Rising, saluting the stones, slurring,

    26. He had what are called Herodian stones cut out, and then brought them into Jerusalem, and he rebuilt the foundation of the Temple with these stones

    27. The stones are 10 feet by 10 feet by 80 feet

    28. on rough stones in the shadow of the fisher hull

    29. ’ The woman said, envy tinging her voice, as she drew near to the table, reaching out a finger to touch the blue stones

    30. “By this, therefore, shall the iniquity of Jacob be purged: and this is all the fruit to take away his sin, when he maketh all the stones of the altar as chalkstones that are beaten in sunder, so that the idols and images shall not stand up,” Isaiah 27:9

    31. as she shuffles over stones and yellow

    32. and stones too hot to touch in the melting pot

    33. with all of the loose stones and powder drifts

    34. Thru the shady gloom she could even see a few stones

    35. in a flying, gallop of earth and stones is all the rest I inherited,

    36. Drens’ boat is a smart-looking vessel tied up at the end of the quay, a gangplank bouncing lightly on the stones of the quay as the water in the harbour takes the boat up and down

    37. There were no stones here, so they dug a pit for their fire

    38. He picks his way carefully along the deck by the light of the stones now hanging on the rail

    39. He’s wearing his usual Gottesman outfit of sensible hosen and a tunic, his belt, complete with pouch where he keeps his stones, firmly in place

    40. This whole village was built out of one archwood clump, a stream, some big stones carved out of the creek bed and some plank-up plus the trunks that grew up around it

    41. Taking the stones, Berndt, stands for a moment collecting his thoughts then, looking me full in the face, he began

    42. He hands the stones back to Drens who, again, holds them up and repeats the words he said earlier

    43. This results in a gradual build up of fat in the body until there you are—two, three, or even more stones overweight

    44. Then I remembered a long-forgotten memory of when he once came to visit me in Trevean, I think I was about eight years old at the time, and we had gone down to our local beach to gaze at the murky sea and get some stones for my collection

    45. I found that by filling my lungs each time I surfaced I was able to claw myself back down, probing the stones and strange shaped sea-shells until I was about to burst

    46. In the centre of the floor was a pebble mosaic, a masterpiece in stones forming two huge circles, one enclosing a six-pointed star and six concentric circles; the other showed a two-headed eagle

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

    48. When it was built, the brook ran to the edge of the patio stones, so it had dropped at least three feet in the three and a half thousand years this house had stood here

    49. ‘The Gotteshouse is formed in such a way that it harnesses the power of the stones … don’t look so confused, Lintze, I’ll try to explain

    50. Touching the stones, I concentrate on visualising Wiesse as clearly as I can … I see the bird’s eye flicker – it’s got the message

    1. The Hebrew religion totally forbade intercourse outside of marriage and adultery was punishable by death through stoning

    2. The Rabbi threatened me with death by stoning and Joseph, who should have loved and believed in me, doubted

    3. It really should not be a crime or on the law books but it is and the sentences for it harsh in Muslim countries where flogging in public (100 lashes) and or stoning to death is the norm

    4. But, unlike the prophets it was not by stoning, but by the Roman method

    5. And that Saul-of-Tarsus had been there, by his own admission, helping in the stoning, even as Stephen upbraided them with the Word that he’d so newly laid hold of

    6. This would be a death of stoning for the man

    7. For every stoning, I was suddenly

    8. He repeats the words that had angered the Nazareth priests to order him to be killed by stoning: “The Spirit of the Lord is upon you, and you shall be messengers of triumph to the poor; And He has delegated me to proclaim to the captives release, and to the blind sight—and I will free the broken with release—and I will proclaim the acceptable Year of the Lord!” Even over the noise of the panicking masses, his voice is clearly heard

    9. Nightmares about his headless father became enmeshed with the stoning of Stephen, Lucy plucking out her eyes, Sebastian perforated by arrows, Catherine broken on cart-wheels, young men and women torn to shreds and eaten alive in arenas, nails driven through hands and other such tortures

    10. No one seemed to be surprised anymore by judges who talked about amputating a thief’s hand or tongue, nor stoning women to death, nor mass execution of political prisoners

    11. If he forbade stoning the woman, they would accuse him before the Sanhedrin of setting himself up above Moses and the Jewish law

    12. But they took counsel among themselves and refused to give these servants the fruits due their master; instead, they fell upon his servants, beating one, stoning another, and sending the others away empty-handed

    13. Its members believed in stoning women that committed adultery, amputation of the limbs of thieves, death of apostates, and second-class citizen status for Christians and Jews

    14. -Stoning to death: The stoning could last for whatever

    15. If married, with stoning to death (rajm);

    16. When Jesus had taken Judas aside from the table, Judas told him of a dream he had where the rest of the apostles were stoning him to death

    17. Looking up angrily, she saw that some of the zealots were now intent on stoning her as well

    18. detested lynching and stoning

    19. A stoning is the breakdown of one spiritual house and

    20. stoning are as follows

    21. people as spiritual houses what then is really meant by a stoning? A stoning is the

    22. of their wedding was death by stoning:

    23. Muhammads around the world still insist on stoning adulterers, unmarried fornicators and homosexuals

    24. “This does not appear to have been a public stoning,” Kitara said

    25. · Back in the Old Testament, the sin of adultery warranted receiving the death penalty by way of stoning if one got caught in it

    26. Clashes with BJP workers, detentions and acts of stoning had met him in Gujarat, where armed with a notepad he was seen jotting down the number of dysfunctional schools and badly staffed clinics to arrive at his conclusion of a non-existent Gujarat model of development

    27. Afterwards the Arabs took to stoning his grave, and the people who live there still stone it to this day

    28. Besides, what if the rationed intimacy and limited emotionality of a polygamous marriage usher in female promiscuity ‘here’? What solace doth the sharia provide for the pining females of polygamy if found in the wrong hands? Why, stoning to death!

    29. Father; for which of them are you stoning me?” The

    30. of the city, they began stoning him, and the witnesses

    31. And they went on stoning Stephen

    32. the heavens as he was dying, following his stoning in

    33. Even after solving her sure stoning to death situation, Jesus said only one sentence to her while sending her off, “SIN NO MORE”

    34. The normal punishment for sex outside of pair bonding is a public stoning

    35. If she has an adulterous affair, the Koran prescribes death by stoning

    36. Like most women, she felt the need to justify her fall to what her religion regarded as a deadly sin deserving death by stoning and her culture considered a surrender to a sordid instinct

    37. They were put to death by stoning; they were sawed in two; they were killed by the sword

    38. For instance, the authors would surely not have written that the Son of God overrode Moses’ laws on punishment, such as the stoning to death of the adulterer

    39. which could inflict the punishment of stoning

    40. The Sanhedrin, or great council, which could inflict the punishment of stoning

    41. " This he uttered with so much spirit and boldness that he filled his assailants with a terrible fear, and as much for this reason as at the persuasion of the landlord they left off stoning him, and he allowed them to carry off the wounded, and with the same calmness and composure as before resumed the watch over his armour

    42. And apropos of coffin of stones the analogy was not at all bad as it was in fact a stoning to death on the part of seventytwo out of eighty odd constituencies that ratted at the time of the split and chiefly the belauded peasant class, probably the selfsame evicted tenants he had put in their holdings

    43. How many others had dy’d by Burning, Stoning, Flaying, Drowning, Blooding—and dy’d whilst deep in Pray’r? The Supreme Being—howsoe’er you nam’d Him or Her—did not promise to save the Body but only the Soul

    44. Told him about my meeting with Rahim Khan, the trek to Kabul, the orphanage, the stoning at Ghazi Stadium

    45. And then the impossible! The car jerked as if shot from the blazing mouth of a furnace, roared, bounced, skidded, then cast itself in full, stoning ricochet down the path among shattered bushes and writhing shadows

    46. " In our old poems of exploits, Esplandian attacks the giant marquis Swantibore with a cobbler's shoulder-stick of fire, and the latter defends himself by stoning the hero with towers which he plucks up by the roots

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