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    1. As I had left my Cat Woman suit at home that day, I natural y assumed that these comments were aimed elsewhere

    2. The suit, tailored for him, now felt like a cage

    3. John is ushered into the room by Assistant Press Secretary, JED BAKER, 40-something, graying temples, neatly trimmed hair and a smart gray suit with mirror finish shoes

    4. reinforced by the sound made by his linen suit trousers as they rubbed over his rough,

    5. John sits with five other men on fold-up chairs while a YOUNG PSYCHOLOGIST in a cheap suit leads a session

    6. I will walk the beach in a swim suit that is stretched over a bulging body, and will dive into the waves with abandon if I choose to, despite the pitying glances from the jet set

    7. (A suit that is made of silk)

    8. He adjusted his Boucheron cuff links and shrugged his shoulders comfortably into his tailor made suit

    9. She was dressed in an impeccable hand tailored business suit

    10. Theo stood up sharply and adjusted his suit and tie

    11. He hadn't changed his suit in 8 years and had hairs like toilet brush bristles growing out of his nostrils

    12. Bolt and the other teachers follow suit

    13. over a thick rope of liana, he could see his suit and under that his shoes

    14. Please let me adjust it to suit

    15. It’s still hot and sunny and this formal, interview suit is rather warm

    16. Someone fires a machine gun into the air - RAT-A-TAT-TAT - and then two more militants follow suit in rapid succession

    17. Continuing his good work, I encourage her to get changed out of her formal suit and to come and help me in the garden

    18. Sammy sat behind a cheap desk wearing a shocking pin-stripe suit

    19. Theo straightened his suit, adjusted his cuff-links

    20. Stephen looks smart in his evening wear, and that cannot be said of every man who dons a bow tie and formal suit

    21. "Your suit radio can’t break out of the shielding on this ship

    22. It led with the single, circular visor in the alien suit, set in the center of its main body mass

    23. He wore a shirtless two-piece suit in the trendy mode, flowing and soft with pants that didn't conceal the size of his sack and large looping epaulettes with solid gold commandant's stars

    24. However, despite all this encouragement, I’m still preparing myself for the worst as I dress myself in my best suit, and, with a pounding heart, present myself at the offices of the charity in Bristol on the 5th of the month at 11

    25. Alien atmo vented out punctures where Chief Horcheese’s machine fingers pressed their way straight through the Squidy’s suit

    26. "Anything’s better than the smell of this suit," Parker said before she took her helmet off

    27. " He set the buns aside for a moment, withdrew a matchbox computer from his suit, and punched up the projections so they hovered over it after he set it on the console

    28. It was a realization so cold and chilling that he shivered inside his flight suit

    29. makes her ideal to be a wife, mother and teacher of the young, does not best suit her for the hard decisions man's more rugged nature suits him to make?

    30. ‘Ah! I’ll have to show you where I keep the suit of armour

    31. It was so unreal to see the tiny speck of a pretty woman moving over the surface of the Lula without a suit

    32. ‘I thought of that and asked her to describe him, explaining that you had two brothers … it was the best I could come up with on the spur of the moment … the receptionist said he was in his forties, overweight, hair receding a little and wearing a posh looking suit

    33. Kara followed suit and they all laughed

    34. He felt like a machine in a space suit actually

    35. staining his flying suit with the sweat of twenty-year old bravery,

    36. Of course the observatory itself had to be pressurized, it was almost seven miles above the Kassikan, going outside without a pressure suit and breathing hose was impossible at that altitude, but even the inside of the observatory was at the pressure of three miles above the Kassikan, the limit of human life

    37. There were also more people in the room, a guy almost the double of marVan only darker, and a slender girl with kinky red hair and a tight white jersey suit

    38. I preferred to lay under my towel within the safety of the shore, enjoying an ice cream and watching my uncle struggle with his wet suit before he curved into the sea like a dolphin only to reappear sometime later and regale me with stories of seals, gentle basking sharks, forests of stunning pink corals and walls of bright coloured jewel anemones he said he saw on his dives

    39. I have no wish to grow old, Berndt, it would not suit me and already I feel the heralds of limitation sounding their trumpets in my ears

    40. The groom, his back straight, is wearing an old-fashioned pin-striped suit, the jacket slouched across his shoulders like a cape with one sleeve in and one out

    41. At precisely one minute past the hour, when he was sure the coast was clear, an older gentleman in a well-cut suit came and sat on the bench

    42. I can see ironing’s not your strong suit, so from tomorrow you’ll do piece work

    43. He wore an old fashioned, pin-stripe, three-piece suit and a white, collarless shirt

    44. It doesn’t suit him, a fact I point out with a grin

    45. s to a supple knit one piece suit with a fur shoulder piece over it, "It's early yet, let's go out for a drink

    46. One of the contestants made a suit out of the finest electronic wizardry, which turned his body into the most beautiful, the most versatile and brilliantly clear television screen ever invented

    47. We hope the rooms suit your needs

    48. All that remained was to crown the only possible winner of the competition, and after the ceremony to place a laurel wreath on his head was complete, the contestant removed his fabulous suit and revealed himself to be a fine looking young man

    49. “That suit isn’t the most incredible thing on television

    50. All eyes turned towards the huge oak doors at the far end of the abbey and there, advancing down the aisle in the once famous television suit, was the beaten finalist

    1. However we meditated or prayed sporadically whenever it suited you

    2. Suited and booted, they both looked like a million dollars, with their

    3. part of Lucy’s attire suited to the time of year

    4. In between the still addictive counting games, I developed a simplistic, solitary philosophy suited to my physical and mental capacity

    5. Together with the suited American, the two guards lifted and carried me, trussed like a roasting bird, and carefully laid my body in a metal box underneath the flat bed back of the lorry

    6. Kara smiled at the tone – she’d never met either of these two socially, but had heard much of their talents – particularly from Joris who had worked with both on various occasions when it suited his role

    7. They are well suited for each other

    8. With one hand on the wheel he used the other to fiddle with the dial until he found some suitably sentimental melodies that suited his voice and so began to croon

    9. I was away a lot, which suited Sanna, she was able to pursue her work and I convinced myself that it was sufficient

    10. Their dragons suited them well and when given the choice, when the time came, it was with great pride that they elected to accompany the Second of the Ancients overseas

    11. Because of what you both have been through and overcome; you were best suited to understand the demands of leadership

    12. The businessman stopped his car, told the fisherman to wait and with the help of the two suited gentlemen, he put the screaming woman’s suitcases in the boot and opened one of the rear passenger doors for her so that she could get in

    13. “You bast…”, was all that she managed to yell at him before one of the suited gentlemen clamped his hand firmly over her mouth and bundled her onto the back seat

    14. Ah! I believe that you two are well suited for each other

    15. The old lady’s gravel laden voice was perfectly suited to the tune: “Oh, what a beautiful morning”

    16. Ken worked like a Trojan all day long, driven on by the ingratitude of all those he loved, each one of whom left him when it suited them, all that is except the second Mrs

    17. Alexei headed for the docking bay and suited up, he placed the camera on his helmet

    18. Blankets made from the hides of the indigenous animals of Aura were best suited to keep one warm in this kind of weather

    19. suited, coiffured and qualified registrar

    20. suited for the posts they hold; I can tell the wise ones from the

    21. Within a couple of days the politician’s grey suited emissaries

    22. It had suited Becky to make the move, her company had an office in Bristol and she was able to step up the career ladder by moving there

    23. with the help of the two suited gentlemen, he put the screaming

    24. one of the suited gentlemen clamped his hand firmly over her

    25. laden voice was perfectly suited to the tune: “Oh, what a beautiful

    26. I like Chris and Owen, they seem very well suited

    27. of all those he loved, each one of whom left him when it suited

    28. ‘Andy?’ Ozzie asked, his managerial poise more suited to a conference room than the open moorland

    29. He was perfectly suited for such a job, and

    30. While Kaitlyn was already relatively certain which productions best suited the membership of 'the players,' she wanted to be absolutely sure the decision appeared to be the product of their own wishes

    31. This suited the ladies

    32. It is only the average produce of the one species of industry which can be suited, in any respect, to the effectual demand ; and as its actual produce is frequently much greater, and frequently much less, than its average produce, the quantity of the commodities brought to market will sometimes exceed a good deal, and sometimes fall short a good deal, of the effectual demand

    33. In the other species of industry, the produce of equal quantities of labour being always the same, or very nearly the same, it can be more exactly suited to the effectual demand

    34. To top it all off, this guy had never even heard of Zhlindu Tech! He bit his tongue and asked, "Is there anyone more suited you think I should interview?"

    35. "Fill yer names in here please Miss, 'an them others as well," then turning to the black suited one with the silver ‘S’s’

    36. They had said nothing to one another throughout their trek, which suited Alec just fine

    37. An academic suited more to classrooms and civic dinners as opposed to telling a bunch of teenagers that they had to kill their fellow man in order to survive

    38. But the average produce of every sort of industry is always suited, more or less exactly, to the average consumption; the average supply to the average demand

    39. summer, the song suited the spirit

    40. Bourdeaux is, in the same manner, the entrepot of the wines which grow upon the banks of the Garronne, and of the rivers which run into it, one of the richest wine countries in the world, and which seems to produce the wine fittest for exportation, or best suited to the taste of foreign nations

    41. Your readers want to know who the product is best suited for

    42. response that he did not suited for such

    43. Her Hellhound name was Poison, which suited her personality

    44. The transportation of commodities, when properly suited to the market, is always attended with a considerable profit; whereas that of gold and silver is scarce ever attended with any

    45. By making them feel the inconveniencies of a dearth somewhat earlier than they otherwise might do, he prevents their feeling them afterwads so severely as they certainly would do, if the cheapness of price encouraged them to consume faster than suited the real scarcity of the season

    46. Danny thought the imperfection suited

    47. for many years, that suited him just fine

    48. variety about them, and are suited to

    49. The sharpness of his long face and chiselled nose was accented by his grey skin - it wasn’t a face that suited laughter

    50. Our manufactures for foreign sale, instead of being suited, as before the act of navigation, to the neighbouring market of Europe, or to the more distant one of the countries which lie round the Mediterranean sea, have the greater part of them, been accommodated to the still more distant one of the colonies; to the market in which they have the monopoly, rather than to that in which they have many competitors

    1. ’ I said, suiting the action to the word, carefully opening the envelope with my letter opener and prising out the sheet of paper with the pointed end of the implement, touching it as little as possible with my fingers

    2. By suiting, besides, to one particular market only, so great a part of the industry and commerce of Great Britain, it has rendered the whole state of that industry and commerce more precarious and less secure, than if their produce had been accommodated to a greater variety of markets

    3. investigative, skil ed or suiting the role?

    4. Adriano chose silence as a suiting honour, and never mentioned anything about this, except that

    5. He felt proud, the first suiting task for such a gifted

    6. I was expecting a strong energy difficult to manage, but instead, I feel the most enchanting and suiting power filling me and then carrying on, out from my right hand to my neighbor

    7. Their strenuous expert training seemed to provide them with untapped stamina, suiting them well to long battles and multiple opponents

    8. Thither Conan took his way, suiting his long stride to his companion's gait

    9. And suiting action to words, he plunged after the Cimmerian

    10. By suiting up everyone on board, if they had to gas the ship against an intruder, they would not be affected

    11. suiting up her staff was well known and had saved some of their lives in previous conflicts

    12. He had often wondered at Rachel’s insistence on suiting up and now he understood

    13. "I think you know," said Ingram, suiting himself to her, "you should be able to walk better than that

    14. I have been per suiting a new cosmic theory that I partly present in a six part theses, of which the

    15. A broken voice, and his whole function suiting

    16. March, suiting the action to the word

    17. Halt! ill-born rabble, follow him not nor pursue him, or ye will have to reckon with me in battle!" and suiting the action to the word, he drew his sword, and with one bound placed himself close to the show, and with unexampled rapidity and fury began to shower down blows on the puppet troop of Moors, knocking over some, decapitating others, maiming this one and demolishing that; and among many more he delivered one down stroke which, if Master Pedro had not ducked, made himself small, and got out of the way, would have sliced off his head as easily as if it had been made of almond-paste

    18. "A servant of my lady, Dona Teresa Panza," replied the page; and suiting the action to the word he flung himself off his horse, and with great humility advanced to kneel before the lady Teresa, saying, "Let me kiss your hand, Senora Dona Teresa, as the lawful and only wife of Senor Don Sancho Panza, rightful governor of the island of Barataria

    19. "And open your mouth, and see what God sends you," he continued, suiting action to words, and expecting a piece of chocolate

    20. `Well, I'll put me cap on the stairs,' said Philpot, suiting the action to the word

    21. Being a `Christian', he could scarcely object to this, especially as by peeping through the partly open door he could see that they were suiting the action to the word

    22. `Well, we may as well sit as stand - for a few minutes,' remarked Crass, suiting the action to the word

    23. Here she was a long time in suiting herself and the stylish young lady behind the counter, who was evidently a little annoyed by her, asked her was it wedding-cake she wanted to buy

    24. Felt great! I was in that damn rover for twenty-two sols and couldn’t even walk without suiting up

    25. After suiting up, I went out to the rover and dragged the solar cells off the roof

    26. Those of the circle are orderly satellites, turning an eternal sameness to the attraction they patrol, and as incapable of suiting themselves to a suitor, or of varying their reflection of his passion to a man’s requirements, as of coyness with its quoted sunlight is the cold face of the moon

    27. By high wages, and by suiting these protections to the description of British sailors, he procured this captain his ship's crew; not only so, but when the ship was about to sail, and it was doubtful whether those who had engaged for the voyage would actually go on board, this man actually procured some of a press gang to take them as American sailors, who had deserted from their ships, and put them on board

    1. It was already the afternoon and people were walking by with their suits and their cell phones

    2. In old movies you would have people in hissing space suits fumbling with obsolete access codes and overcoming the dead batteries in the security system as the air supply in their suits ran low

    3. As he triple-checked his gunner’s load and ammo feed, he said, "Those Squidies all got propulsion built in their suits

    4. The Squidies that got hit with that wave vented clouds of snowy gas out their ruptured suits

    5. makes her ideal to be a wife, mother and teacher of the young, does not best suit her for the hard decisions man's more rugged nature suits him to make?

    6. Enrico thought they had put on space suits and climbed into a small chamber that blasted free of the Al-Harron

    7. There is no space for space suits, that is all simulated on the signal to his optic nerve input

    8. Bahkmar also had a few panels up in his view, but they had no view of each other's personification, with their suits immobilized in the bot

    9. flashing invitations to the boys in suits

    10. A few were pulling on wet suits and carrying their boards down to the water

    11. By arranging the suits, shirts, blouses and skirts by label, size and colour she managed to shift most of the better items to middle class bargain hunters and a good deal of the less fashionable items to the local student population

    12. In the background two large looking gentlemen in suits checked a clipboard list, closed the front door to one of the houses and put the keys into a black leather briefcase

    13. All down this aisle he could look up in the vault of the ceiling and see the ceiling panel showing Revelation 16:9 with the flames consuming Washington while the fat suits with briefcases flee

    14. 'I'd have been selling suits at a store for the rest of my life, as that is the only job I

    15. Red suits you

    16. spiritual development and uses that knowledge as it best suits him or her

    17. This is as it suits him or her

    18. demob suits, which would not have stood out in a city street but were

    19. At the probation office, Howard was in conference with two men in suits all morning

    20. “Hey there fella, have a seat if it suits ya,” said the person sitting next to

    21. attendees were dressed to perfection, the guys reluctantly in their suits and ties, and

    22. would’ve decorated, but it suits me

    23. White suits and latex gloves

    24. the question—fighting was something that was beneath the silk suits and propriety

    25. There is no big rush for the information about the suits

    26. I tried to get a catalog of suits from the tailor shops but I couldn't get any

    27. Now we could go to favorite restaurants nearby which is suits us fine and we will make it back within an hour so

    28. All the boys had to wear suits and ties to go to Don Bosco High School - another completely horrible experience

    29. I blame Catholic schools exclusively for my abject hatred of ties and suits to this day

    30. my face to count thirty men, all dressed in suits and ties, shoes shined to

    31. The whole quantity of industry annually employed in order to bring any commodity to market, naturally suits itself in this manner to the effectual demand

    32. Then the man's group came out of their rooms and they were dressed in dark blue suits

    33. The Dort Valley people returned with heads bowed and various pieces of fruit and veg plastered over their suits and dresses

    34. yelled in their suits with pure joy as the

    35. Their clothes were strange, no pressure suits even though there appeared to be no obvious biosphere containment

    36. Each court endeavoured to draw to itself as much business as it could, and was, upon that account, willing to take cognizance of many suits which were not originally intended to fall under its jurisdiction

    37. The court of king's bench, instituted for the trial of criminal causes only, took cognizance of civil suits; the plaintiff pretending that the defendant, in not doing him justice, had been guilty of some trespass or misdemeanour

    38. “Shouldn’t they wear pressure suits in case the bomb goes off and ruptures the hull?” suggested Debbie

    39. Two more vacuum suits about three metres apart on the blue carpeted floor

    40. Even if they found spare supplies of oxygen their suits had only another fifty, perhaps sixty hours, before the loss of power meant they’d freeze

    41. As far as he knew there were no other EVA suits

    42. Both the other suits were still active, wasting oxygen and power

    43. Every tenet will be adopted that best suits the disorderly affections of the human frame

    44. armour, without a visor, and with an older man's face, a little indistinct, as dreams can be when it suits them

    45. In today’s situation, where relativism has taken over and where there are more than 10,000 differing religious beliefs in the world, people are encouraged to find the truth that suits their lifestyle

    46. But in the half-second it was open, Jack saw the neat array of crisp business suits displayed

    47. Her husband's suits

    48. Her dead husband's suits

    49. Afraid of the suits! Afraid to interfere

    50. ' To him? To the suits? What could he say to her? What could he offer? She was trapped, caught in the middle, between the suits, and what they had been, and Jack, and what they had done

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