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1. Blue bloom is on the.
2. Each bloom is in place.
3. BLOOM: She is rather lean.
4. The summer's all in bloom.
5. Because The Full Bloom Of.
6. Mr Bloom inserted his nose.
7. BLOOM: Is this Mrs Mack's?

8. Mr Bloom gave prudent assent.
9. BLOOM: My spine's a bit limp.
10. Dogwoods in full bloom de-.
11. Bloom ate liv as said before.
12. BLOOM: (At the window) What?
13. Yes, I saw him, Mr Bloom said.
14. Bloom and the wife were there.
15. When in doubt persecute Bloom.
16. The rose is now in full bloom.
17. Bloom follows and picks it up.
18. Bloom walks on with Mrs Breen.
19. Its waters come to full bloom.
20. Grave Bloom regards Zoe's neck.
21. By God, she had Bloom cornered.
22. The flowers will start to bloom.
23. BLOOM: (Darkly) You have said it.
24. Bloom askance over liverless saw.
25. What did Bloom see on the range?
26. BLOOM: Simply satisfying a need I.
27. BLOOM: I was indecently treated, I.
28. Then the flowers will bloom in May.
29. The Countdown for Beauty in Bloom.
30. BLOOM: (Ooints to the navvy) A spy.
31. Maybe they bloom in the winter.
32. Bloom stoops his back for leapfrog.
33. BLOOM: (Behind his hand) She's drunk.
34. Oh! on the fields of life how bloom.
35. Here tulips bloom as they are told;.
36. The flowers that bloom in the spring.
37. BLOOM: The voice is the voice of Esau.
38. The night sky had been in full bloom.
39. Bloom, a professor at the University.
40. BLOOM: (Composed, regards her) Passée.
41. Mr Bloom looked back towards the choir.
42. Outside the morning was in full bloom.
43. Bloom set the candlestick on the floor.
44. He was a man in the full bloom of life.
45. Mr Bloom watched her as she limped away.
46. BLOOM: (Tries to laugh) He, he, he! Yes.
47. I felt I had a talent that would bloom.
48. BLOOM: There is a memory attached to it.
49. Mr Bloom put his head out of the window.
50. BLOOM: That is one pound six and eleven.
51. It may need help to bloom or it may not.
52. Bloom goes with the poundnote to Stephen.
53. BLOOM: (Coldly) You have broken the spell.
54. The filamentous bloom was overpowering!.
55. So in comes Martin asking where was Bloom.
56. BLOOM: Father (pater, dad) starts thinking.
57. It was late May and flowers were in bloom.
58. BLOOM: I wanted then to have now concluded.
59. BLOOM: What is that? A flasher? Searchlight.
60. Was this affirmation apprehended by Bloom?
61. Bloom with his sceptre strikes down poppies.
62. Time to plant the bulbs of a beautiful bloom.
63. BLOOM: (Coldly) You have the advantage of me.
64. When the time has come for flowers to bloom.
65. Mr Bloom entered and sat in the vacant place.
66. Hello, Bloom, says he, what will you have?
67. Bloom releases his hand and writes idly on.
68. Bloom she had been inundated with sales calls.
69. BLOOM: (To the court) And he, a bachelor, how.
70. Bloom shakes his head in mute mirthful reply.
71. BLOOM: (With precaution) I suppose so, father.
72. There's a touch of the artist about old Bloom.
73. She regards it and Bloom with dumb moist lips.
74. BLOOM: (Weakly) They challenged me to a sprint.
75. They bloom again three months later in spring.
76. There were lots of trees and flowers in bloom.
77. Mr Bloom, about to speak, closed his lips again.
78. The bright red flowers that bloom when men die.
79. A DEADHAND: (Writes on the wall) Bloom is a cod.
80. Mr Bloom effaced the letters with his slow boot.
81. Mr Bloom admired the caretaker's prosperous bulk.
82. Hope was beginning to bloom inside of her chest.
83. THE SOAP: We're a capital couple are Bloom and I.
84. Grave Gladstone sees him level, Bloom for Bloom.
85. BLOOM: (His head under the lamp, pulls the chain.
86. Another officer came to relieve Constable Bloom.
87. Then her eyes rest on Bloom with hard insistence.
88. Mr Bloom moved forward, raising his troubled eyes.
89. BLOOM: (Goes to the window to open it more) Giddy.
90. It rubbed all the bloom off the pleasant evening.
91. Reveal the way of largest bloom of your potential.
92. BLOOM: (Blows) Providential you came on the scene.
93. BLOOM: (Shocked) Molly's best friend! Could you?
94. Bloom, holding the hat and ashplant, stands erect.
95. Mr Bloom raised two fingers doubtfully to his lips.
96. The air was filled with an immense bloom of scent.
97. BLOOM: (Looks down with a sheepish grin) That is so.
98. Beauty in Bloom the best chain of florists there was.
99. Mr Bloom, strolling towards Brunswick street, smiled.
100. Bloom had probably been for too long in the service.
1. The flowers was all blooming.
2. The flowers are always blooming.
3. The blooming dogs are too loud.
4. The blooming of Margaret Thatcher.
5. So blooming, so fresh, so healthy.
6. Again the blood-red roses blooming.
7. Red the blooming rose of my attack.
8. I'll try to sprout the blooming hope.
9. More blooming than the Boreal flame.
10. Sure, the blooming thing is all over.
11. They saw it blooming white in the sky.
12. This is called the blooming of the Lotus.
13. His late blooming body was the target of.
14. A blooming forty or is it thirty-five?
15. No, no, no; you are too young, too blooming.
16. There were even blooming roses around the door.
17. Bracken and blooming heather surrounded the trail.
18. Despite its name, nothing was blooming in the city.
19. Stately boxwoods lined the walk and blooming camel-.
20. Of spring and summer were blooming in the tall tales.
21. Talk about Dally by name and dally by blooming nature.
22. It is the scent of orchids blooming in the restless night.
23. It was strung with bluebeans that were blooming just now.
24. Not to mention the police and all their blooming ten codes.
25. The blooming girl had been his only joy, and since she had.
26. Well, it's the owner of the whole blooming thing, Michael.
27. At the height of her mental disturbance, her art is blooming.
28. In early March 2012, my Christmas cactus started blooming again.
29. He felt drawn to her like a bee to a patch of blooming flowers.
30. No, Heathcliff's a tough young fellow: he looks blooming today.
31. Late in my life I am blooming like a flower, (21) he said.
32. But there was a better reason: Amy was blooming large in my mind.
33. Nor face with blooming flesh, nor lips, nor eyes, are in that land.
34. I chant projected a thousand blooming cities yet in time on those.
35. I can’t believe there are still so many flowers blooming here.
36. With placid meadows and flowery carpets of orchards fully blooming.
37. I reached for Becky, the hope blooming in me that she was okay too.
38. I see Kneph, blooming, drest in blue, with the crown of feathers on.
39. He bent over the child, and laid her blooming cheek against his face.
40. I leave thee there in the door-yard, blooming, returning with spring.
41. Focused mind state is required for the blooming of your inner nature.
42. I looked toward the blooming lilies, the thicket roses, and marigolds.
43. You should not take this symbolical lotus as physical lotus blooming in.
44. Bastian, he’s calling the others, I said, fear blooming once more.
45. But on second glance I saw fingers blooming out of the sleeves of a shirt.
46. They were blooming young women, and, except one, rather older than herself.
47. If I 'adn't got my chin-strap dahn I'd 'ave lost my blooming washing-bowl.
48. But the trees will be budding and the snowdrops blooming, Winter will be.
49. Quantities of flowers were blooming everywhere, filling the air with perfume.
50. The flower was blooming in the meadow near the creek at the edge of the forest.
51. This android is discreet like a big fat bee on a blooming meadow, Sammy thinks.
52. Everything was blooming and the animals were especially active with spring in the air.
53. Feel the spirit of reunion and the blooming of another love in Gideon and Esyth's story.
54. The room lit up and green vines grew around the tower, blooming flowers in their curls.
55. In my mouth the blooming of flowers and Archmagio was pressing into my lips the black tar.
56. They traversed through the undergrowth in silence, each pondering their blooming friendship.
57. Jane, you look blooming, and smiling, and pretty, said he: truly pretty this morning.
58. Does that put Ivan in an elevated position because he’s training to be a blooming nurse?
59. Here and there the bright colors of late blooming wildflowers were intermixed with the dry grass.
60. Their tongues intertwined against one another’s in an erotic dance, hunger blooming within them.
61. We’ve been following you a long way, said the blond one, a smile blooming across his thin face.
62. There were several oversized rocking chairs overlooking blooming azalea bushes and Bradford pear trees.
63. For a moment her hand went Pittypat would be upset in earnest if she came downstairs pink and blooming.
64. Of course, these are punk trees and they‘re blooming and they‘re worse than oaks and more allergenic.
65. The small weight of the papers made his arm throb, and when he reached the basement, his sleeve was blooming red.
66. This seed travels through the creation and after blooming into its fullness it bears the fruit of God-realization.
67. Doc Lovejoy is sitting with Jeffery on his front steps, taking in the scent of cactus flowers blooming in their yard.
68. His oars entered and left the water noiselessly, broad, smooth puddles blooming in the dark water alongside his boat.
69. Well? Always fresh and happy on the mountain? I guess I don't need to ask, for no Alpine rose can look more blooming.
70. It wasn't just grass and trees anymore; many of the plants from the garden warehouse spread across the land, blooming.
71. Some post-menopausal women often seem to have a second sexual blooming, a heightened need for physical sexual activity.
72. A pretty little house stood at the top of the lane, with a garden before it, exquisitely neat and brilliantly blooming.
73. A stellar stallion rushed to its master, who scattered a spread of blooming flares overhead as they broke for the foothills.
74. While Lydgate was reading the letter to Rosamond, her face looked like a reviving flower—it grew prettier and more blooming.
75. Huge, ancient trees cast shadows over narrow lanes lined with wild strawberries, blooming sunflowers, and knobby wooden fences.
76. Whatever the life and death of flower is, so it will be and yet this reality has never stopped flowers from blooming again and.
77. It was often quite beautiful as well since it was still spring when I first reached it and there were yet some flowers blooming.
78. I looked on my cherished wishes, yesterday so blooming and glowing; they lay stark, chill, livid corpses that could never revive.
79. He had parted from them worn with care, and jaded with fatigue; he now saw them refreshed and blooming, though timid and anxious.
80. One of the men turned to me and said, "Lumme, mate, if old Hindenburg ain't been and gone and finished the blooming job for us!"—J.
81. Bulstrode, sitting opposite to her, ached at the sight of that grief-worn face, which two months before had been bright and blooming.
82. I took her in my arms right there on the red-brick front stoop, with blooming red and white impatiens and climbing roses all around us.
83. He took Me up this path, then through an arch enwreathed with blooming vines, into a courtyard graced with trees wherein I saw Us four again.
84. Butterflies are mostly active in mid and late summer so you should make sure that you have lots of nectar-rich plants and flowers blooming by then.
85. And the flowers: how they smell of sweet smells and take on their blooming colors after passing through phases and stages with no color nor smell!.
86. I realized that in spite of my hardships, as I approached the end of the first leg of my journey, I’d begun to feel a blooming affection for the PCT.
87. During the next three weeks, the grasslands were blooming with tiny wildflowers, the air was alive with buzzing insects, the sky was clear and mostly mild.
88. Yquingare ushered me through a large room containing cane furniture and into an interior courtyard open to the air with many blooming flowers in pots of soil.
89. Within seconds, Keith was on his knees, and his arm was up between his shoulderblades, where the wings would have been, and blooming there was a hot white pain.
90. Then the logo, blooming out of nothingness, the symbol you’ve perfected in the margins of tests and in Wite-Out on your boots’ steely toes: the five slashing strokes.
91. And now as our daisy, which is blooming before us, sagely nods its white crest as it is swayed by the passing breeze, it seems to bring back of itself decades gone forever.
92. She spoke her last words to the housekeeper in cheerful tones, and when she seated herself in the carriage her eyes were bright and her cheeks blooming under the dismal bonnet.
93. The moral of the story is that even the worst of life’s hopeless tragedies can be turned into blooming miracles; what we perceive as death, altered into life’s eternal circle.
94. Well-manicured gardens filled with brightly blooming roses, hibiscus, and an assortment of perennials seemed to snuggle cozily against the mansion in the front and along both sides.
95. A woman was sleeping on some straw; she was young, not indeed so beautiful as her whose portrait I held, but of an agreeable aspect and blooming in the loveliness of youth and health.
96. Spring weddings are a favorite choice for couples; spring brings to mind sprouting greenery, flowers blooming, balmy breezes and a sun kissed world that chases away the chill of winter.
97. The walls were papered with climbing red roses and deep green leaves on a creamy white trellis which stretched across the ceiling, giving the room an appearance of a blooming rose arbor.
98. However, it was possible for me to join, that same day at five o’clock in the afternoon, the Procession with the Mother on its return to San Martín through the blooming fields of that village.
99. All is still: he again advances: he bends above her; a light veil rests on her features: he lifts it, bends lower; now his eyes anticipate the vision of beauty—warm, and blooming, and lovely, in rest.
100. Apparently he was stocked heavily on that particular blooming item, but I was in the market for more of a plant than a flower and I handed the owner a twenty-dollar bill to take with me a potted germanium of some.
1. Sickness bloomed in her stomach.
2. Mandela bloomed at that university.
3. A hollow terror bloomed in her chest.
4. A speck of blood bloomed on his lips.
5. Colorful flowers bloomed in abundance.
6. When it hit the water, the world bloomed.
7. A nervous feeling bloomed in her stomach.
8. When Elephants Last in the Dooryard Bloomed.
9. Silver and gold flowers bloomed on the lawns.
10. The bloodstain on Blunt's nightshirt bloomed.
11. Bequen’s voice bloomed in song somewhere within.
12. The light of fifty years withered and bloomed there.
13. The city bloomed up in great tosses of heat and light.
14. WHEN ELEPHANTS LAST IN THE DOORYARD BLOOMED YESTERMORROW.
15. I have an orchid next to a peace plant that have bloomed.
16. Those were the days of our life where our love bloomed clear.
17. She was fair and pure as a lily that had bloomed in Paradise.
18. The moon was glowing and the roses were beautifully bloomed on night.
19. Precariously perched gardens bloomed with olive trees and rosebushes.
20. She could see that happiness had bloomed in the house for a long time.
21. Inside it, the kingcups bloomed and the brook whelmed up from its source.
22. By now, said Trid, she should’ve bloomed every tree in the city.
23. The climate performed impeccably and the forests bloomed with speed, the seas.
24. The azaleas may have bloomed that year no matter what was poured on the plants.
25. A spiritual man who has fully bloomed in divinity would show some certain signs.
26. Dirt-splashes spurted and bloomed, and they all ran back into the house…mostly.
27. The quiet north side bloomed at this time of year with shrubbery and wild flowers.
28. He literally bloomed so from this exploit that he could afford radiantly to assent.
29. The gate opened onto a garden where trees, flowers and shrubs bloomed in abundance.
30. Is there a flower so nice that you'd accept that it only bloomed one month a year?
31. But our bond of relationship for each other had already bloomed into a shape of love.
32. Suspicion bloomed inside him, but he took a first step towards the chamber nonetheless.
33. My wife put it this way, so beautifully: It's a rose that budded, but never bloomed.
34. I nursed my own part of the anger that bloomed, glutted with exhibits of paralyzed children.
35. The names of lost and fabulous cities through which storms of spice bloomed up and dusted away.
36. Sitting down on a purple toadstool, she drained one of the rulip flowers which were bloomed nearby.
37. As you can see, the flower is long gone on this ginger—it bloomed in the spring, Birdie said.
38. The lawns were freshly cut and rows of daisies and chrysanthemums bloomed along one side of the house.
39. She said that her azaleas hadn’t bloomed in three years, but was told that beer would help in the process.
40. My prickly pair cactus bloomed every Fourth of July and it too proliferated and didn’t ever need watering.
41. The backyard suddenly bloomed with bright light that spilled into the yards next door and over the back fence.
42. Bright crimson roses and snow white lilies bloomed around her coffin as the sun beat down on the small canopy.
43. THAT NIGHT, FIREWORKS EXPLODED with incessant booms and rapid-fire cracks over Pillar Point and bloomed in the sky.
44. When I regained my tongue and asked Wodziwob about it, he explained that when it rained enough, the desert bloomed.
45. All along the skyline, a line of fierce blackness bloomed where the brightness of the daytime sky should have been.
46. His protective suit whistled where, burst open, his warmness, his oxygen, and his life bloomed out in a frosted steam.
47. As the months wore on Annie bloomed with her new responsibility, the child which they had so much wanted was called Martin.
48. Clouds bloomed into shining white, then burst into black, fire shooting out from the centre, consuming what they had made.
49. Both bloomed in such profusion that Florentino Ariza had to bring shears and other garden tools to keep them under control.
50. I remembered my colors and knew that by mixing red and blue, purple was created, and with a little white, lavender bloomed.
51. The architecture was more elegant too, more modern, and I saw parks where roses and jasmine bloomed in the shadows of trees.
52. Roses bloomed and vegetables flourished in the neat garden that stretched down to a sleepy river with a golden cornfield beyond.
53. The radiated energy blossomed and bloomed on enemy gun-laying and SAM radar scopes like liquid phosphorous poured down a TV screen.
54. I thought she was done, but in the silence, her voice wavered from a whisper and bloomed into the most beautiful thing I'd ever heard.
55. It was filled with lilies-of-the-valley, as fresh and fragrant as those which bloomed in the Green Gables yard when June came to Avonlea.
56. The flowers budded, bloomed and browned, the fresh green growth of early summer giving way to twiggy stalks and space where foliage had been.
57. Glain stood stock-still, staring at the destruction as more ballista-fired bottles of Greek Fire landed and bloomed into hideous, toxic life.
58. Panic bloomed in my chest when I heard footsteps coming from the other side of the restaurant, from the other side of the big glass dividing wall.
59. And then there were the 300 years that I will call the Constantine Ascension years where the Church bloomed bigger than anyone could have predicted.
60. Trees swayed in the slight breeze and as I stared at the hills around us, it seemed these same flowers had bloomed the first time I made the journey.
61. The row of bushes hiding the neighbor’s yard was full of white, bridal wreath flowers, and roses bloomed on the strip of land leading to the stairs.
62. The castle and its towers were wreathed with flowering vines that bloomed white and let off a honeysuckle smell that I could already smell on the breeze.
63. The fire bloomed and withered on the hearth while she waited for his answer and finally when he could not answer she said, as if her lips were barely moving.
64. When the roses bloomed he would place a flower on her grave if there was no one in sight, and later he planted a cutting taken from his mother’s rosebush.
65. By the time we were corralled into the courtroom and took our seats, my residual headache from the attack had bloomed into something that was almost tangible.
66. If a thousand pardons were precise, a thousand pardons I would give him, only for the pleasure of listening again the bloomed phrases with so agreeable tones.
67. Investor interest bloomed, quantitative equity managers (with a strong value bias) enjoyed large inflows, and books on value investing became mini-bestsellers.
68. On the other side of the house, to match with the library, was the conservatory, ornamented with rare flowers, that bloomed in china jars; and in the midst of.
69. The distant hopes upspringing in her heart bloomed suddenly, became real, tangible, like a cluster of flowers, and she saw them cut down and wilting on the earth.
70. As Jesus walked by the withered flowers regained their form and bloomed radiantly, even as the birds sang and greeted in the new day eager to see what the Lord had made.
71. Outside the boundary wall, the narrow strip between sidewalk and wall enclosing their haven was generously planted with flowers that bloomed for those who walked or drove past.
72. The fire bloomed and withered on the hearth while she waited for his answer and finally when he could not answer she said, as if her lips were barely moving, "Is it your Mother?".
73. This positive relation may not be fully rational: in the late 1990s, analysts’ and investors’ overoptimism about equity markets, and especially about tech stocks, bloomed together.
74. Fear again pervaded the world, and suspicion bloomed even in the face of the new prophets, David, Saul, and Solomon, all of whom were wholly integrated with their entire consciousness.
75. We were on the porch steps, looking over Nana’s garden of wildflowers, her roses that bloomed so abundantly, and garden lilies, looking over the remains of the party, all that food and booze.
76. The crowd at the Ohio field had shouted and waved their hands up into the sunlight, and the rocket had bloomed out great flowers of heat and color and run away into space on the third voyage to Mars!.
77. At Avigdor's she found the precious home letters and, giving the reins to Laurie, read them luxuriously as they wound up the shady road between green hedges, where tea roses bloomed as freshly as in June.
78. One morning in spring - when Demeter’s daughter was with her mother for half the year and the earth bloomed again - I made a decision, the long term consequences of which I could not have begun to comprehend.
79. No nook in the grounds more sheltered and more Eden-like; it was full of trees, it bloomed with flowers: a very high wall shut it out from the court, on one side; on the other, a beech avenue screened it from the lawn.
80. I have not seen the Midwinter Thorn bloom here at Ynys Witrin for many years, Bedwyr replied, if it ever bloomed it may have been within the land of Listinois - even if the legend says that it thrived here in Glastonbury.
81. The rich greens of the earth, the deep blue of the sky, the pearlescent line of grey encircling the keep, it all bloomed into a rich beauty, and although Kay had seen it hundreds of times, it still brought tears to her eyes to look at it.
82. We returned to Oxford and once again the gillyflowers bloomed under my windows and the chestnut lit the streets and the warm stones strewed their flakes upon the cobble; but it was not as it had been; there was mid-winter in Sebastian's heart.
83. There appeared, within three feet of him, a form clad in pure white—a youthful, graceful form: full, yet fine in contour; and when, after bending to caress Carlo, it lifted up its head, and threw back a long veil, there bloomed under his glance a face of perfect beauty.
84. The memories he made available were like disjointed dreams, clearly lacking in time continuity; all the fields of lavender and lilac bloomed the summer before we had our engagement party and were seen through rose-colored glasses that blinded him to the reality of my wants and needs.
85. The hall, too, was scoured; and the great carved clock, as well as the steps and banisters of the staircase, were polished to the brightness of glass; in the dining-room, the sideboard flashed resplendent with plate; in the drawing-room and boudoir, vases of exotics bloomed on all sides.
86. Streamers of pot rode the lunchtime air; swirls of graffiti had bloomed on the postboxes and on the cornices of municipal buildings; near where William had parked, two white kids, a boy and a girl, sat on a flattened box on the sidewalk asking stockbrokers for change, as if this were no more morally significant than asking the time of day.
87. The magistrate, harassed and fatigued, had descended to the garden of his house, and in a gloomy mood, similar to that in which Tarquin lopped off the tallest poppies, he began knocking off with his cane the long and dying branches of the rose-trees, which, placed along the avenue, seemed like the spectres of the brilliant flowers which had bloomed in the past season.
88. As we talked, we neared a door that opened on the road; and my young lady, lightening into sunshine again, climbed up and seated herself on the top of the wall, reaching over to gather some hips that bloomed scarlet on the summit branches of the wild rose trees, shadowing the highway side: the lower fruit had disappeared, but only birds could touch the upper, except from Cathy's present station.
89. As we talked, we neared a door that opened on the road; and my young lady, lightening into sunshine again, climbed up and seated herself on the top of the wall, reaching over to gather some hips that bloomed scarlet on the summit branches of the wild-rose trees shadowing the highway side: the lower fruit had disappeared, but only birds could touch the upper, except from Cathy’s present station.
90. Then one day when heat shimmered over the valley, when the dandelions had seeded and the thistles had bloomed, when the corn stood heavy and the cricket tuned his evening fiddle, when spots in the lawn turned brown, where the sprinkler missed, when the baby waked and fretted, and swearing, sweating men turned to the west and wondered what had held up the sea breeze—Sir Christopher missed his supper.
91. There I saw again, but not yet pressed and dried like the Nautilus'sspecimens, some peacock's tails spread open like fans to stir up a cooling breeze, scarlet rosetangle, sea tangle stretching out their young and edible shoots, twisting strings of kelp from the genus Nereocystis that bloomed to a height of fifteen meters, bouquets of mermaid's cups whose stems grew wider at the top, and a number of other open–sea plants, all without flowers.
92. When the count arrived, he had under his touch his books and arms, his eyes rested upon his favorite pictures; his dogs, whose caresses he loved, welcomed him in the ante-chamber; the birds, whose songs delighted him, cheered him with their music; and the house, awakened from its long sleep, like the sleeping beauty in the wood, lived, sang, and bloomed like the houses we have long cherished, and in which, when we are forced to leave them, we leave a part of our souls.
93. When God came into paradise the plants both of Adam's lot and of my lot bloomed and all lifted themselves up; and the throne of God was made ready where the tree of life was; And God called Adam saying Adam where are you hidden thinking that I shall not find you? Shall the house be hidden from him who built it? Then your father answered and said Not Lord did we hide ourselves as thinking that we should not be found by You; but I am afraid because I am naked and stand in awe of Your power O Lord.
94. When God came into paradise, the plants both of Adam's lot and of my lot bloomed, and all lifted themselves up; and the throne of God was made ready where the tree of life was; And God called Adam, saying, Adam, where are you hidden, thinking that I shall not find you? Shall the house be hidden from him who built it? Then your father answered and said, Not, Lord, did we hide ourselves as thinking that we should not be found by You; but I am afraid, because I am naked, and stand in awe of Your power, O Lord.
95. And yet here around me were not all things as before? Was it not the same garden that I saw beneath my window, the same terrace, the same paths and benches? Far off there, across the ravine, the songs of the nightingales still seemed to rise out of the ripples of the little pond, the lilacs bloomed as they used to do, the moon still stood in white glory over the corner of the house, yet for me all was so changed, so changed! Macha and I had our old quiet talks, sitting together as of old in the salon, and we still talked of him.
96. On the rocky, volcanic seafloor, there bloomed quite a collection of moving flora: sponges, sea cucumbers, jellyfish called sea gooseberries that were adorned with reddish tendrils and gave off a subtle phosphorescence, members of the genus Beroe that are commonly known by the name melon jellyfish and are bathed in the shimmer of the whole solar spectrum, free–swimming crinoids one meter wide that reddened the waters with their crimson hue, treelike basket stars of the greatest beauty, sea fans from the genus Pavonacea with long stems, numerous edible sea urchins of various species, plus green sea anemones with a grayish trunk and a brown disk lost beneath the olive–colored tresses of their tentacles.
97. Our love bloomed when you used to cook,.
1. The flower that blooms in.
2. The bow of rose pink blooms.
3. That blooms for just one hour.
4. And the blooms wil turn for you.
5. There are great chestnut blooms and so on.
6. The fragrant blooms hung down in cascades that.
7. I can’t stop the smile that blooms on my face.
8. Blooms of purple slimy stuff floated in the puddles.
9. A few purple blooms on its tip might have been blood.
10. Their skin blooms on brambles that erewhile were bare.
11. Vines, with purple blooms, grew at the foot of the rock.
12. It only blooms in midwinter on the day of Christ’s birth.
13. A corner of the night sky, beyond a wall of trees, blooms red.
14. I am still allured by these haphazard blooms, declared Sharon.
15. I winked at Aunt Martha, placing four white blooms on the dashboard.
16. The sun burns away the fog and reveals the first blooms on the trees.
17. Everything blooms in the spring, and then fades with the autumn leaves.
18. Also you might consider a bush that provides blooms as opposed to flowers.
19. An old man gathering youthful memories and blooms that youth itself cannot.
20. She brushed her gloved hand over a standing bouquet of white and red blooms.
21. The rockets came like locusts, swarming and settling in blooms of rosy smoke.
22. Way out here on the plain, big rains hadn't yet come to knock the blooms down.
23. Nature was at her peak, blending the wild blooms with various shades of green.
24. Deadheading the bells when they fade will result in a second showing of blooms.
25. What happens in the spring? The tree starts to bud…then the tree fully blooms.
26. Unfortunately a seed was planted that night and sometimes the seed of love blooms.
27. Straining to keep the bitter blooms in his churning stomach he rolls onto his side.
28. When you take away faded blooms this signals the plant to produce even more flowers.
29. When a plant is under stress, it blooms freely, the object being to spread its seed.
30. Like the disappearance of the last snow of winter just before Spring blooms new Life.
31. Instead sunlit meadows and hedges bursting with white and purple blooms surrounded it.
32. Violet, red and purple blooms hung on vines, signs glowed in swirling colors during Nightday.
33. Their long stems helped the blooms stand tall and proud of their beauty and stately ambiance.
34. Some of Nonik's blooms were year-round under the dome so they spent a lazy Afternoonday there.
35. Anything between 2-4 inches deep could (theoretically) lead to algae blooms on top of the sand.
36. In this light, you receive the enjoyment of even more beautiful blooms on your flowering plants.
37. A soft rain sprang up in brilliant blooms that touched all around Eden with whispers that said, Soft.
38. Next to it is the Courtyard Garden which is perfect for alfresco dining complete with scented blooms.
39. The side streets were lined with fences, many of which were heavy with the blooms of yoolin and margotty.
40. Opening up to the greater love of all, sharing without borders, bountifully blooms a greater love of the one.
41. The French honey that is gathered from the blooms of gooseberry and sycamore trees is an exquisite sea green.
42. The backstage was lit in blooms and isolated flushes, now bright, now dark, where the other magicians stood chatting.
43. Since we came here to confront Guardon and the Dire Queen I too have marveled at the unkempt beauty of these blooms.
44. Those upper flowers were a blue and purple topping to the orange, red and maroon of the larorlie blooms in the lower branches.
45. Blizzards in New England, rather than the usual dogwood blooms, frosted trees struggling to don their own Easter Sunday finery.
46. Covered in rainforest and volcanic peaks, banyan trees and tropical blooms are everywhere, and waterfal s cascade into local rivers.
47. Surrounded by trellised honeysuckles rioting with yellow and white blooms, a table sat in a courtyard garden inside the palace itself.
48. At the touch of memory, everything would unfold into the clear water of the mind, in beautiful blooms, in spring breezes, larger than life.
49. Then the blooms and ferns were spent; the kindly trees softened the approaches to the stone with fragrant, yielding golden-brown leaves on the ground.
50. No problem there is a plant over there Flitter, with bumble bee looking blooms, just pick a few of those and ask Betty to mix them into the cauldron.
51. She ran to him with the grace of a young deer through the wild profusion of blooms, scattering butterflies to the wind, as she came bounding up to him.
52. Above and to one side where there was a place for it in the cliff, the sensuous trimming of the portal flowed up into a bouquet of blooms surrounding a face.
53. They found Holly with Bluebell and Pipkin, on the turf by the anthill where The head of mauve blooms rocked gently on its stem as he pushed his nose against it.
54. The users of steel blooms and billets have bought so far ahead that manufacturers are now declining to make further contracts, excepting for very strong reasons.
55. The young man stood in the shadows on the opposite side of the street and watched as Tiffany’s father thrust the blooms into the dustbin and slammed down the lid.
56. These conversations, these descriptions of wonderful blooms and ripe fruits, distressed old Ted, because he wanted to do the best job that he could for his employer.
57. Yet, these are the unwise for a very unseen reason: into every life must come some rain, for without it what else can a heart become other than a desert that never blooms?
58. The rosebushes on either side of the walk up to the front door still had a few blooms, but the grass in the tiny pocket handkerchief lawn was already starting to appear yellow and tired.
59. What is if I told you about a flower so amazing that when it blooms people would come from miles around just to see it? TV crews would arrive days beforehand so they could set up and get the perfect shot.
60. It was palatial, with polished marble floors, fine carpets and hangings, ornate wall sconces, soft music, live blooms ringing the ceilings and a large fish tank dividing the front room from the dining area.
61. 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.
62. Next time! That is the beauty of vacation days: We think of them when the frost comes, when the snow drifts deep, when the arbutus blooms again—and we plan, plan, plan! And are very happy—because of memory, and anticipation.
63. The next morning the young man rang a local florist and arranged for a bouquet of the finest mixed winter blooms to be sent round to her house, hoping that she would be shocked, surprised and then intrigued by this wonderful gift.
64. My Papa probably heard that song around the time he almost became one of those cut down like helpless blooms, while his elder brother, John, served and survived the battlefields of the Somme that lie within the province of Picardy.
65. The blooms of spring and summer were long gone from his garden and faced with the late flowering of honeysuckle women, Tom found that he was too set in his ways to flap his wings and fly up into the Indian Summer skies to greet them.
66. I know what is going to happen and I desperately try to shout a warning to him but I know as well that I can’t and I watch horrified as the machine gun traverses and the bullets stitch across his chest leaving blooms of red against the material.
67. There were plants and flowers in the window sills, their blooms and greenery flowing over the sides of their baskets, and still more plants hanging from hooks in the ceiling or set on the long, high shelf which ran continuously around the whole room, with foliage and leaves randomly cascading down towards the floor in a picturesque manner.
68. Trying not to shake, cold fingers of dread clutching as his chest, he walked blindly from the terminus, then in a sudden burst of desperation bought a bunch of flowers from a kiosk and ran as fast as he could back to the arrivals point, getting there just in time to thrust the blooms into the hands of the faded, thin woman who had to be Bart’s mother.
69. She provided some gorgeous red roses for Juan Diego to gather for the bishop, roses growing impossibly in the snow on top of Juan Diego's home mountain, and when the little guy gladly opened his tilma (poncho) before the bishop to reveal these lovely blooms, there on the tilma itself was a full-color picture of Our Lady in unmistakable Virgin Mary form but with Indian skin.
70. How could he relate to steel and plastic corridors, silicon mind and the power structure when he was adrift in a field of violet blooms in the golden light of Kortrax? How could he relate to orders given by a starship captain frozen in stone when there was a golden-skinned naked girl on him, swaying to the rhythm of mental drums, beckoning him into her arms, into her body?
71. It led away from the palace, through masses of exotic-scented shrubbery where great pale blossoms spread their shimmering petals, through verdant, tangled bushes that showered blooms at the touch, until he came at last to a great mass of rock that jutted like a titan's castle out from the cliffs at a point closest to the palace, which, however, was almost hidden from view by vine-interlaced trees.
72. Is not this a way which you have with the fair: one has a snub nose, and you praise his charming face; the hook-nose of another has, you say, a royal look; while he who is neither snub nor hooked has the grace of regularity: the dark visage is manly, the fair are children of the gods; and as to the sweet 'honey pale,' as they are called, what is the very name but the invention of a lover who talks in diminutives, and is not averse to paleness if appearing on the cheek of youth? In a word, there is no excuse which you will not make, and nothing which you will not say, in order not to lose a single flower that blooms in the spring-time of youth.
73. And I went beyond it and saw seven magnificent mountains all differing each from the other and the stones of it were magnificent and beautiful magnificent as a whole of glorious appearance and fair exterior: three towards the east one founded on the other and three towards the south one on the other and deep rough ravines none of which joined with any other; And the seventh mountain was in the midst of these and it excelled them in height resembling the seat of a throne and fragrant trees encircled the throne; And among them was a tree such as I had never yet smelt neither was any among them nor were others like it; It had a fragrance beyond all fragrance and its leaves and blooms and wood wither not forever and its fruit is beautiful and its fruit n resembles the dates of a palm; Then I said: 'How beautiful is this tree and fragrant and its leaves are fair and its blooms very delightful in appearance.
74. And I went beyond it and saw seven magnificent mountains all differing each from the other, and the stones of it were magnificent and beautiful, magnificent as a whole, of glorious appearance and fair exterior: three towards the east, one founded on the other, and three towards the south, one on the other, and deep rough ravines, none of which joined with any other; And the seventh mountain was in the midst of these, and it excelled them in height, resembling the seat of a throne, and fragrant trees encircled the throne; And among them was a tree such as I had never yet smelt, neither was any among them nor were others like it; It had a fragrance beyond all fragrance, and its leaves and blooms and wood wither not forever, and its fruit is beautiful, and its fruit n resembles the dates of a palm; Then I said: 'How beautiful is this tree, and fragrant, and its leaves are fair, and its blooms very delightful in appearance.
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