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    1. He did love me, Stephen, I know it makes me sound like a fool clinging to a daydream, but he did

    2. Every now and then, when she thinks no-one is looking, it pops out … am I being a fool? Or even worse, an interfering old bag? I hope not

    3. Your sister told me you have androids that may fool the ship's sensors enough to activate it

    4. There were a lot in life support that she could ignore, as long as she had enough to fool the interlocks, the others could be ignored

    5. hand, when all he wanted to do was die? Surely even he, wastrel and inconstant fool

    6. Moron, he thought, trying to fool Rosy

    7. I felt very embarrassed but I acted the fool

    8. I realised then what this was all about and I cursed myself inwardly for being such a fool

    9. I don't intend to pay another visit to Louise in her office again; I can see there is no reason, besides it occurs to me I have made a fool of myself for nothing

    10. I don't like this conclusion, but I act the fool so as to achieve my goal

    11. That was certainly a clear insinuation about me too; and I, as usual, kept on acting the fool lest I should lose that great friend

    12. She scoffs at him, "Don't be a fool, Solomon

    13. At meetings and dinners with nothing from biology to report, that avatar might fool them for years

    14. “¡You are a fool Son!” the guard laughed

    15. “¡You fool!” shouted the king as he grabbed Lyla by the hair and threw

    16. Why did he accept even that hand, when all he wanted to do was die? Surely even he, wastrel and inconstant fool that he was, could sit on a mountain side and wait for the chill winds and sleets of winter to come and take him? He didn’t have to do anything, he thought

    17. She felt like a fool peeking around the corner to see if Alan was watching before slipping into the water

    18. But I feel such a fool not being able to cope …’

    19. the man’s a fool,

    20. He is in exceptionally high spirits and soon has the pair of us in fits of laughter, playing the fool and generally clowning around

    21. ‘Then let’s fool the Antis into believing that we have all four Elements and, once they have been convinced, we can find a reason for Lintze to visit the area and retrieve the Element safely

    22. Fool! I will destroy him and his friends

    23. The young man with the broken wrist was of some ethnic stock, while the three other youths were Caucasians and Miss Jones was no fool

    24. She just chuckled and said; let the fool come

    25. I strip off my shirt and put my boots on – feeling a total fool in the process

    26. You'd think there was nothing here but blank pages were you a simple minded man or an incompetent fool, but that, of course, is the beauty of it"

    27. We must have hit another of those fallen trees … the first time had me in a flat panic believing the vessel was sinking! Boy, had I felt a fool!

    28. I thanked her and did as she suggested, willing to make a fool of myself just to be polite

    29. "Oh it's possible, but she'd have to learn a lot about it to fool us both, yeah she knows the logic in the substrate it all runs on, but there's a lifetime of applications knowledge with this gear, whatever user interface you have it hooked up to

    30. “Duncan,” she dropped to her knees by his side, “you damn fool, you know better than to try to face one of these monsters?” Fear for him, and anger at his attempt showed in Rayne’s voice, “this is my work, Duncan

    31. “That is true, they could have, if they could fool Ava

    32. It was a terrible blow, he felt a complete fool; and he was depressed for months

    33. I feel such a fool with a big smile and tears streaming down my face

    34. and Miss Jones was no fool

    35. Siskin was no fool; he knew what that red egg meant, so he carefully took it with him and hatched the bird

    36. Occasionally, when she was preoccupied, she’d turn round and say something to me in Italian and then laugh at herself for being a fool

    37. incompetent fool, but that, of course, is the beauty of it"

    38. the fool that robs another's needs

    39. The inpatient fool walked out on the asshole because it was

    40. 20But God said unto him, Thou fool, this night thy soul shall be required of thee: then

    41. Of course any instrument they could build could also be hacked, but she was trusting that Alan didn’t know enough quantum mechanics to fool them all

    42. A wise man fears, and departs from evil: but the fool rages, and is confident

    43. For though I would desire to glory, I shall not be a fool; for I will say the truth: but now I

    44. “You fool! That would require opening the Portal, after we have chosen not to!”

    45. Then I said in my heart, “As it happens to the fool, so will it happen even to me; and

    46. wise man, even as of the fool, there is no memory for ever, since in the days to come all

    47. will be a wise man or a fool? Yet he will have rule over all of my labor in which I have

    48. 5 The fool folds his hands

    49. advantage has the wise more than the fool? What has the poor man, that knows how to

    50. the crackling of thorns under a pot, so is the laughter of the fool

    1. The only thing that fooled us is that most people are poor here, all they have is a little piece of ground and a hut

    2. Taktor could be fooled, he was sometimes too honest to understand the forms dishonesty could take

    3. I was fooled

    4. "And we all got fooled

    5. You could give a placebo pill to someone with an affliction and they might get better, which proves they were being fooled in the first place

    6. It had me fooled

    7. ‘Alastair, if you have not worked out that I would crawl the length of the high street on my knees if it meant I could be with you, you are not as bright as I thought!’ I replied, but he is not to be fooled, I can see that

    8. “He fooled you once

    9. “He had us fooled before you built that Avatar, he had us fooled since he was sixteen

    10. Kelvin needed to get her attention, “he wasn’t on the surface for four years while he had us fooled

    11. ’ I told her, busying myself with the stuff on the dressing table in front of me but she is not fooled

    12. In every particular it was as if this was still the Bronze Age, and she might as well allow herself to imagine she had been transported back in time to the real Minoan civilization, but she knew little enough about it that she could very well be fooled

    13. An evil man has thoroughly fooled himself that

    14. Kieran looks at his uncle, all innocence, but Dave’s not fooled

    15. He certainly did, in spite of worrying that she might have fooled him completely

    16. As long as the conscious mind can be fooled into thinking that your actions don’t actually injure or use direct force on another, the Instinct can be circumvented

    17. For the next few minutes Mingalle fooled Desa into thinking she understood what she was saying about the patches and their adjustments, til she found out Mingalle still hadn't figured out the effects of patch cords vs

    18. He is not fooled by our good behavior and our consistency of

    19. Major Targus had one early in the voyage that had me fooled for three visits, but I never tried to have this discussion with her

    20. "Alan was fooled enough to run away with one," he said

    21. With his telepathic abilities, that one would not be so easily fooled

    22. Often, it could be easily fooled with simple methods – Imorbis had done so on more than one occasion

    23. They cannot be fooled as easily

    24. Unfortunately, once fooled, the investors no

    25. Menelaus fooled the Trojans into thinking that the war was over

    26. When Martin left, he felt for sure that Sloan had even fooled his boss

    27. Had me fooled completely, she looked very human to me

    28. That was where Armion played his part, sending the codes that fooled the system into believing authority override had been given

    29. Zolla said, ‘These beings, it seems, have fooled the selected – or at least those lower down the hierarchy – into the belief that only a small fraction of this planet’s population were killed in the war

    30. The staff would think him incontinent, but as long as it fooled Hollowcrest

    31. It either fooled Lakecrest, or he was feeling magnanimous, for he said, “It seems the boy has become a man

    32. She had fooled Galeron, had remained behind in the keep

    33. But she wasn’t fooled by his soft tones

    34. She wasn’t fooled by his bullshit: oh no, not in the least! Only a blockhead would believe the hooker’s wild story, invented to save herself from a carving knife - and about Gordon Edward in the coke trade, no less; So Mike, being one, he of course believed

    35. But they sure fooled the general

    36. What does this have to do with bike-riding pains? Well, repetitive stress pains can also come and go, and as with morning sickness, you may be fooled into thinking your supplement or routine was effective in eliminating the agony

    37. briers, in the story of Br’er Rabbit, he fooled the fox by escaping

    38. I wasn"t fooled for a minute

    39. Sim fooled him again

    40. Both seemed to be easily fooled in a chaotic mass of vegetation such as the one they were entangled in currently

    41. He fooled around with the ship’s coffeemaker

    42. But, had Trent and the others really been fooled? Who knew what private sources of information they might have available, or what they might have heard

    43. Because we have centuries of Christian tradition – much of it honourable and valuable – behind us, we can be fooled into thinking that all we need to do is to re-establish what we used to have

    44. The quick look that he’d gotten before Hilkea turned aside to attend to other things told him that he hadn’t fooled her

    45. “You’re thinking I’ve been fooled, haven’t you? Ethan, when this is over and done for, I’ll have a five per-cent share on SAFRAP and a seat on the board of directors

    46. But I am not fooled

    47. ” She shrugs, but I am not fooled

    48. So that's why she hadn't been fooled by my Goody-goody image

    49. Don’t be fooled by so-called independent reports and blogs written or

    50. Ares: The Three are not easily fooled

    1. He and Leila had spent countless precious moments shagging on the carpet, screwing on the table, and fooling around in the den

    2. She thought she might have seen it in silhouette, but she could be fooling herself

    3. it's that little fooling around,

    4. But the issue wasn't whether she was fooling other people, the issue was whether she was fooling herself

    5. "Don't worry," she laughed some more, "I wouldn't say that and you aren't fooling me and I don't care

    6. fooling with her blush, did she think she would have to use the makeup for more

    7. Glenelle wasn't as troubled by Alan's behavior as the others in the crew and was content to wait by the channel till he was done fooling around

    8. Odysseus (Ulysses) came up with the idea of building a great wooden horse (the horse being the emblem of Troy]), hiding an elite force inside, and fooling the Trojans into wheeling the horse into the city as a trophy

    9. Odysseus (Ulysses) came up with the idea of building a great wooden horse (the horse being the symbol of Troy]), hiding an elite force inside, and fooling the Trojans into taking the horse into the city as a trophy

    10. It looked like the Sundown residents had been able to get a barricade of sorts together, made of trailers, cars, trucks, and whatever else they could find to surround the area, but they were fooling themselves if they thought it would be successful in stopping even a small number of freaks on a rampage

    11. “Someone’s fooling around with the Skimmer

    12. “What do you think of this pair then pal fooling us like that last night I will tell you what I nearly messed my pants when Mabel started giving me hell

    13. One indeed attacked me without reason on the border, and I am afraid I distressed the Army medic by informing him I would most definitely shoot him if he didn’t quit fooling around and pull it out with pliers (which I had appropriated from the Army the week before) immediately and without leaving pieces of the spike in me either! After that I passed out because he had mixed the antibiotic injection with a knock-out drug after I had given him the evil eye, or so he said during a fatherly chat about the attempted murder a few days later

    14. She realized that she wasn’t fooling me, and the gloves were about to come off

    15. One cadet abused this rule by deliberately fooling around until the PT Instructor stepped in to sort him out

    16. Sespian kept catching himself tugging at his collar or wiping moist hands on his trousers, so the casual facade probably wasn’t fooling anyone

    17. “No fooling you is there?” Lyra just kept staring at him

    18. Used to fooling the uninitiated without half trying

    19. He yelled into the microphone, fooling no one but at least you could say he tried, then slammed his throttle way forwards, gave her a little up and at ‘er, and they flew through a small row of private hangars that collapsed in pathos all around them

    20. Bruiser started fooling around with the ACA cats and me, “Alright guys, get ready … I’m going to go over to those B-Boys,” he said while pointing to the guy that was holding the black boom box, “I’m going to tell them that you guys want to battle for pants

    21. ‘ Should you really be fooling around here? ’

    22. It sounded like something large breaking, and I assumed the wolf Obake had heard us fooling around and were coming to devourer us both

    23. “I’m not fooling around, whatever next? Now it’s a ruddy car

    24. • Quit fooling with newspapers

    25. I hope you will stop fooling the population of America

    26. “It’s not only that you succeeded in fooling me, but I can’t believe that I believed you, just like that

    27. That’s too risky for the officer in charge to be fooling around with it

    28. He can't be fooling with maps and strike briefs and debriefs

    29. He noticed laughter down by the stream—probably kids fooling around

    30. I don’t know who he thought he was fooling because we both knew that that car

    31. You"re not fooling me! What is this whole business about? Okay, so

    32. devil in disguise? Is that what’s going on here? Is he (as me) fooling with your mind? Is this the antichrist you’ve run into? Is your soul at risk? Danger, Will Robertson!

    33. “I wish you'd told me earlier,” he said irritably, “Seeing you naked and fooling around with the girls had me worried you'd rape one and ruin my reputation

    34. Now the joking and fooling around and the big fuss they made of Malcolm’s first sexual encounter was coming to reality

    35. Anything I could distract my mind by attempting to work a piece loose and fooling myself into thinking I was making an escape attempt

    36. She ought to get that music out again and quit fooling around with playing carols

    37. Nonetheless, I was set on grabbing her attention and letting her know in my own way that she wasn't fooling me

    38. Let's stop fooling," she said quietly

    39. Another silence made me sense that they were fooling around with me again

    40. Fooling only the sad clown

    41. fooling their citizens, but not the ducks

    42. fooling themselves and trying to fool us

    43. She suspected she was fooling herself

    44. “I don’t want you fooling yourself into believing in forever

    45. Who was I fooling?

    46. I figured this bit of advice really applied to the weather rather than the season so I thought that driving into the 60 and 70 degree temperatures would bring the numbers up a bit – thus fooling my Toyota

    47. Li Hongzhi deliberately exaggerated some limitations of science and certain crises of modern society just for the purpose of fooling and bewitching people

    48. they were fooling themselves

    49. Then mother put me in the care of our manager, Xsuno, to learn how to cast a spear with the use of the atlatl, which was a length of wood with a spike on the end on which you placed the spear to make your arm longer thereby casting the feathered shaft further, I was impressed by how far I could hurl the spear with the help of this simple device, but try as hard as he could, Xsuno had no success in improving my accuracy and I resigned myself to the fact that I would remain a bowman not a spear thrower, a fact which my mother acknowledged by smacking me on the side of the head and telling me to stop fooling around and concentrate, this was the first time Mother had ever slapped me and the shock of this first taste of discipline concentrated my efforts to win back her praise, after long weeks of scolding and practice, watching in awe the skill displayed by Xsuno, I achieved a modicum of skill with the spear but I was never comfortable with the weapon always preferring my bow

    50. We visited hundreds of dwellings and small villages as well as the main centres of Tulancingo, Santaros, Vincoso and everywhere there were signs of a people who were slowly being ground down by taxes and overwork, after three weeks we finally neared Xocanti, the followers now numbered in the thousands, but Wedon the high priest and all the villagers, man, woman and child, came out to escort us into the village, carrying food and drink for as many as wanted it, I began to worry that this selflessness would seriously leave Xocanti short of food but Wedon assured me that was not the case, it was a joyous reunion for me and Coatl, when Jodas and his troop of warriors marched up and as one knelt in front of us, I told them to rise and we all hugged and punched and rolled about in the dirt, even Coatl joined in the fun, not a very dignified entrance for the Most High chief of all the Tolteca, but knowing these people like we did no-one took exception to their chief wrestling on the ground and having a bit of fun, mother hearing about it later congratulated me and called it a stroke of political statesmanship unequalled ever, it was only later that I realised how right she was, that one bit of fooling around had endeared me to all who witnessed it, it had achieved more maybe than all the pomp and ceremony of our long march, I didn’t have the heart to tell her it was impromptu, trust mother to immediately sort the maize from the chaff

    1. Fools, because of their transgression, And because of their iniq-

    2. This was about Elissa and these two fools were wasting time

    3. Villages became haunted places, fit only for wraiths and fools

    4. Instead, they believe a lie and thus are shown as fools that are unknowing and unwilling to learn

    5. made such fools of themselves that without Fred and Joe, they

    6. It was so easy to take out the leader and his minions; and it felt so good! Then he set himself up as ruler of these fools

    7. “The fools still refuse to believe that their technology will not work on this planet

    8. As usual, I had to surrender to fools

    9. Most of all, however, it was called by this name because it was funny watching other people making complete fools of themselves, and pretty soon nearly every television programme featured ordinary people trying to win small fortunes, to become movie stars and generally being the nastiest of nasties in the woodpile

    10. Duncan looked at Tarak and then cocked his head to the side and continued, “I think that it is their loss, and they are fools for not wanting to make peace with you

    11. ” He pointed to Rayne, “That, you stupid fools is Lady Rayne of the Eloi

    12. vow to God, don’t defer to pay it; for he has no pleasure in fools

    13. of the wise is in the house of mourning; but the heart of fools is in the house of mirth

    14. is better to hear the rebuke of the wise, than for a man to hear the song of fools

    15. better than the cry of him who rules among fools

    16. ‘We can’t just stand here like fools, we have to try!’

    17. wise, but the companion of fools will

    18. 6For fools speak folly, their hearts 203

    19. She sighed and kissed him, "What fools ye mortals be," she said

    20. Weapons are the tools of fools

    21. "Fools, I said stand back!"

    22. “One or two fools hold no

    23. “Then we’ll be a pair of fools against the Dark Army,” Brontes said with a warm smile

    24. “A pair of dead fools,” S’ilindsa cried out

    25. “Damn the fools!” came a voice from somewhere, and I

    26. fools!” he cried again, “Don’t they have any common sense? How

    27. Damn the fools!” He looked at me and said, “You look

    28. No doubt he had heard the whisperings of the dragons’ return to the province but as he had never witnessed one in his life, he had not been an eager believer – rather, he cast aside the fearful talk as hapless mutterings of fools and peasants

    29. Haven’t you learned that only fools allow themselves to

    30. That it was the spirit of monopoly which originally both invented and propagated this doctrine, cannot be doubted and they who first taught it, were by no means such fools as they who believed it

    31. Too late, you’re here now! I cannot believe Jesus died on the cross for fools

    32. Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools, And changed the glory of the uncorruptible God into an image made like to corruptible man, and to birds, and fourfooted beasts, and creeping things

    33. Pro 1:7 The fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction

    34. “Clowns, actors and fools

    35. Blaming the Prince of Fools should not blind anyone to the vast confederacy of fools that made him their choice

    36. It is less likely to survive a multitude of fools such as those who made him their president

    37. “Don’t be silly Billy Boy nobody believed these fools with their red tabs and braid they are bumbling fool who think they can scare people into doing what they want by shooting innocent men

    38. Ship of Fools, n

    39. Don"t these fools recognize that, slavery has existed in one form or another throughout the entire course of human history (Witness, that the very term comes from the Slavs, who were slaves, and white?)?

    40. “They’re not fools,” said Jhordel, voicing what Imbrahim had had on his mind

    41. We are waiting for the day that you will say "yes we are as strong as we look and you will not take us for fools any longer

    42. The changes were utterly ridiculous and the Nationalists made fools of themselves because it made no difference! People still died at the hands of the SAP! Only a politician who could be that short-sighted and keep his high paying job, for in the real world he would be fired on the spot

    43. As always they had no clear plan and were played like fools by the black leaders

    44. We were taken for fools by Nationalists and lost our innocence

    45. Mistakenly fools reduce this to the job called private investigator but is the rich lady

    46. Where they succeeded they were called heroes, where they faltered they were labelled fools

    47. Here they were, the poor fools, walking straight into a well prepared trap

    48. Yes they were played like fools!

    49. The Companion of fools

    50. Then the folly of fools is evident and the way of the wicked is death

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