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1. Tell me when they sharpen.
2. It seemed to sharpen her intellect.
3. Don't forget to sharpen the blade first.
4. But leave your trowels and sharpen your swords!'.
5. Move your fingers to sharpen the next part of the blade.
6. When’d you sharpen up? Desa asked about his axes.
7. Suffering and pain also sharpen our awareness of happiness.

8. After the shock, they needed to regroup to sharpen their.
9. He that would perfect his work must first sharpen his tools.
10. She had a lot to give, she just needed to sharpen her skills.
11. See what I mean? Trying to sharpen the focus of your niche too.
12. Alistair had managed to acquire a whetstone to sharpen the tools.
13. To sharpen using the Shiageto whet stone, hold the handle of the.
14. He wrote furiously, constantly, only pausing to sharpen his pencil.
15. Once Ali faced five balls in a restrained manner, he could sharpen.
16. Choose a suitably sized bone or flake of bone and sharpen to a point.
17. There is no romaji in the book so it will sharpen your reading skills.
18. Whet: To sharpen; to rub for the purpose of sharpening, as an edged tool.
19. I wrote this chapter to sharpen your focus on some of the key options ideas.
20. What you'd want to do then is determine if you can sharpen the focus of that.
21. I just sharpen my sword, fill my pipe and gulp down what Mott fancies each time.
22. Oh, you have plenty of time to think, improve your manners, sharpen your conversations.
23. Listening to and giving directions helps your child to sharpen listening and speaking skills.
24. He would sharpen his writing skills, so that when he got to college he’d have a head start.
25. It’s a game that telepathic people play, just for fun and to sharpen their own concentrations.
26. Oh yes, another thing! Please, my dear fellow, will you sharpen my saber for me? It’s got bl.
27. Well, he wrote so furiously that he broke his pencil, and had, as you observe, to sharpen it again.
28. It was the most haunting thing, like the sound a cat would make if you used her ribs to sharpen knives.
29. With the backing of our emotions, the intellect can sharpen our innate talents and utilize them to our advantage.
30. She would sharpen sticks at both ends, drive them into the bottom of these holes, and cover them with dead leaves.
31. This is an amusement to sharpen the intellect; it has a sting—it has what we call satire, and wit without indecency.
32. Did the Envoy (cpth) not say: … the one of you should sharpen his knife and relax the animal to be slaughtered?
33. Notwithstanding he has no hatred for his victim, a desire to show his skill in the art of whipping may sharpen his vanity.
34. When an individual’s innate talent coincides with his interest, he will easily sharpen that talent into a marketable tool.
35. Having a backup writing utensil can help you continue your test without being distracted by having to sharpen a pencil or refill a pen.
36. He established the Traders Forge™ trading school, where traders train in real-world conditions to gain and sharpen their trading skills.
37. She could imbue melee weapons with tiny bits of earth that made them more jagged, or she could sharpen blades to help them penetrate armor.
38. Its more detached perspective away from the political battlefront of America seems to sharpen that publication’s frequent comments on America.
39. This is a game of words and we need to sharpen our abilities to fight back with our resources and discredit Jack and his other partner, whoever he is.
40. He lifted his voice in a thunder that carried to the farthest confines of the encampment: 'Aie, you dogs, sharpen your ears and listen! Gather around here.
41. The child tried to sharpen his pencil with a sharp blade, thinking that it would be better than the pencil sharpener which its father had advised it to use.
42. One way of maintaining a consistent quality, with the importance of texture in mind, is to work with the very best knives, ones you can sharpen to perfection.
43. Why should they brighten their tomahawks and sharpen their knives against each other? Are not the pale faces thicker than the swallows in the season of flowers?
44. To further sharpen your stock selection process, look ahead to the next quarter or two and check the earnings that were reported for those same quarters the previous year.
45. There, thanks to the efforts of the housekeeper, the footman, and under-butler—the latter had risen at dawn in order to run home to sharpen his son’s scythe—breakfast was ready.
46. Holmes was so charmed with one of them that he insisted on drawing it in his notebook, broke his pencil, had to borrow one from our host and finally borrowed a knife to sharpen his own.
47. As for the tribe itself, it had been content to announce to Montcalm, through his emissaries, with Indian brevity, that their hatchets were dull, and time was necessary to sharpen them.
48. Van Helsing examines, he tells me, her teeth very carefully, whilst she is in the hypnotic condition, for he says that so long as they do not begin to sharpen there is no active danger of a change in her.
49. The daily intercourse of man with man, which a city naturally produces, seems to sharpen intellect, and stimulate mental activity to an extent which dwellers in rural parishes, or other solitary places, cannot realize.
50. I am sorry to say this variety does not come out so well in the reproduction on page 194 [Transcribers Note: Plate XLIV] as I could have wished, the half-tone process having a tendency to sharpen edges rather monotonously.
51. This prejudice, like many others, tends to become weaker as bull markets are built up; the large and quick profits shown by common stocks as a whole are sufficient to dull the public’s critical faculty, just as they sharpen its acquisitive instinct.
52. Nor did the whetstone which the harpooneers carried in their pockets, for their lances and other weapons; and with which whetstones, at dinner, they would ostentatiously sharpen their knives; that grating sound did not at all tend to tranquillize poor Dough-Boy.
53. By gynmastic exercises, it was intended to harden his body, to sharpen his courage, and to prepare him for the fatigues and dangers of war ; and as the Greek militia was, by all accounts, one of the best that ever was in the world, this part of their public education must have answered completely the purpose for which it was intended.
54. These included three 16 pound stone sledges, several Cleveland model tackle blocks with long lengths of stout rope, three Disston's type cross cut saws for two man tree cutting, four stone picks of seven pounds each, two toothed stone mason's hammers of ten pounds each, six pointed quarry picks, various steel wedges, a large stone cutter's saw called a Frig Bob, a smaller starting saw called a Razzor, a triangular file to sharpen saw teeth, two drill braces, a pedal operated grinding stone of 60 pounds for sharpening of the other tools, and an assortment of small hand tools.
55. It was a fine arrangement for Henry Crawford, who was close to Fanny, and with his hands full of business, having two persons' cards to manage as well as his own; for though it was impossible for Fanny not to feel herself mistress of the rules of the game in three minutes, he had yet to inspirit her play, sharpen her avarice, and harden her heart, which, especially in any competition with William, was a work of some difficulty; and as for Lady Bertram, he must continue in charge of all her fame and fortune through the whole evening; and if quick enough to keep her from looking at her cards when the deal began, must direct her in whatever was to be done with them to the end of it.
56. It was a fine arrangement for Henry Crawford, who was close to Fanny, and with his hands full of business, having two persons’ cards to manage as well as his own; for though it was impossible for Fanny not to feel herself mistress of the rules of the game in three minutes, he had yet to inspirit her play, sharpen her avarice, and harden her heart, which, especially in any competition with William, was a work of some difficulty; and as for Lady Bertram, he must continue in charge of all her fame and fortune through the whole evening; and if quick enough to keep her from looking at her cards when the deal began, must direct her in whatever was to be done with them to the end of it.
57. First: The mariner, when drawing nigh the coasts of foreign lands, if by night he hear the roar of breakers, starts to vigilance, and feels just enough of trepidation to sharpen all his faculties; but under precisely similar circumstances, let him be called from his hammock to view his ship sailing through a midnight sea of milky whiteness—as if from encircling headlands shoals of combed white bears were swimming round him, then he feels a silent, superstitious dread; the shrouded phantom of the whitened waters is horrible to him as a real ghost; in vain the lead assures him he is still off soundings; heart and helm they both go down; he never rests till blue water is under him again.
1. He went back to sharpening the axe.
2. Pierce watched her, his eyes sharpening.
3. As part of the sharpening, whetstones are.
4. He was sharpening the saber under the wagon.
5. Of course I wasn’t there for the sharpening.
6. He just sets in the bunk house sharpening his.
7. His head is bowed, sharpening the angle of his chin.
8. They had thirty years of sharpening stone treatment.
9. The Cossack was sharpening the saber under the wagon.
10. A sharpener is indeed what you use for sharpening the.
11. Gastronomic flavors were already sharpening our appetite.
12. The cellar … he stated slowly, his eyes sharpening.
13. Sharpening stones – waterstones are cleaner than oilstones.
14. I finished sharpening the knife and it is a fine piece of work.
15. Commission can be explained by the necessary sharpening of the.
16. These are the most commonly used tools for sharpening Japanese.
17. What are you sharpening? asked a man coming up to the wagon.
18. What time is it? she asked, desperation sharpening her words.
19. Half of the blades had been honed away in the years of sharpening.
20. Whereas sharpening methods above are implemented to shave off dulled.
21. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to use whet stones for sharpening.
22. There is a certain type of sharpening tool that comes in the form of a.
23. Sharpening of razors and other cutting instruments, method of, xxi, 165.
24. Whet: To sharpen; to rub for the purpose of sharpening, as an edged tool.
25. Consider the tips below to limit the need for frequent sharpening and to.
26. Bildad, thou used to be good at sharpening a lance, mend that pen, will ye.
27. Where’s Alicia? he said wildly, angrily, fear sharpening his voice.
28. This method is actually the only one that truly has a sharpening effect on.
29. He just sets in the bunkhouse sharpening his pencil and sharpening and figuring.
30. The majority of man-made and natural sharpening stones are lubricated with light.
31. Because it is relatively soft and friable, a sharpening stone that is lubricated with.
32. The knife was a foot long, with a point, and the blade gleamed with recent sharpening.
33. Upon his arrival at the chapel the green knight, who was sharpening his axe, greeted him.
34. While he pleasured over her frame, sharpening his joy, she swirled in his arms in rapture.
35. What if she gets killed in the meantime? Said the young man, sharpening his tone a bit.
36. Dutifully, then, he had crisped the knife on the sharpening rod, and again set upon the fowl.
37. Semén was sharpening his knives at one window, and Mikháyla was heeling a shoe at the other.
38. The only means you have to express this in a line drawing is by darkening and sharpening the line.
39. Hunter walked into the deepening gloom of the evening woods, his senses sharpening with every step.
40. A hooded executioner stands on the dais, impassively sharpening a tremendous scimitar with a whetstone.
41. The Ogre wiggled its fingers around, the knives seemingly sharpening themselves as they rubbed against each other.
42. By sharpening the mind, you have the chance to make a positive impact in more areas of your life than ever before.
43. Michael, after tutting at the state of Dave’s carving knife, busies himself with a steel, sharpening the offending article.
44. Mark has two days furlough, and then we will spend a few days sharpening his mage skills and training him to cast his own power.
45. He set to sharpening his pencil with that blade thinking that it is better than the sharpener which his father advised him to use.
46. Hmmm… LanCoste had moved beyond conversation and didn’t look up from sharpening the glistening arc of one of his magnificent axes.
47. This resulted in my receiving a nine-point instructional course on the most important techniques involved in properly sharpening a straight razor.
48. In order to speed such a development, James was sharpening up some of the Centre's procedural compliances, and had recently made a disturbing discovery.
49. He was often set the task of sharpening tools, and soon learned to respect the sharp edges and fine points of the variety of metal tools they relied upon.
50. So the trunks stayed where they were and Petra Cotes set about reconquering the husband by sharpening the only weapons that his daughter could not use on him.
51. She spent at least two hours sharpening sticks, driving them into holes, and covering the holes with leaves, but she began to fear she might be wasting her time.
52. On the stream which issues from the Hopper, is arenaceous quartz of a slaty structure, which is an excellent stone for sharpening the chisels used by stonecutters.
53. The children all stood up when I came in, and the teacher ceased sharpening his wits on a dulness that could not feel, and with many bows put a chair for me and begged me to sit on it.
54. By contrast, sharpening caste identities—as represented by Mayawati’s Dalit-dominated Bahujan Samaj Party and Mulayam’s Samajwadi Party—appeared to have a more enduring appeal.
55. On this paved yard are to be seen,—pacing to and fro from morning till night, pale, careworn, and haggard, like so many shadows,—the men whom justice holds beneath the steel she is sharpening.
56. Presently the old man passed close by me, and as he entered the dimly lighted chamber which I had been about to pass through I saw that he held a long thin dagger in his hand and that he was sharpening it upon a stone.
57. He felt sure that if he did not come to a bargain with the farmer, Bambridge would; for the stress of circumstances, Fred felt, was sharpening his acuteness and endowing him with all the constructive power of suspicion.
58. The mowers from all sides, brought closer together in the short row, kept urging one another on to the sound of jingling dipper and clanging scythes, and the hiss of the whetstones sharpening them, and good-humored shouts.
59. When they were not aloft Ambrosius and Stan also helped out by performing various duties such as swabbing the deck, taking soundings, feeding the petrels and, at Fishmael's insistence, sharpening the harpoons every twelve hours.
60. Sharpened flat stones became worthy knives though because they killed no animal they were mainly used for slicing off lengths of vine and sharpening stabbing spears that would also never be used for the purpose they were designed.
61. Besides Denisov and Dolokhov (who also led a small party and moved in Denisov’s vicinity), the commanders of some large divisions with staffs also knew of this convoy and, as Denisov expressed it, were sharpening their teeth for it.
62. Besides Denísov and Dólokhov (who also led a small party and moved in Denísov’s vicinity), the commanders of some large divisions with staffs also knew of this convoy and, as Denísov expressed it, were sharpening their teeth for it.
63. The wind was sharpening now so I shoved my hands into my pockets and quickened my pace, darting about and skimming round the corners and making good headway till I turned a corner and almost ran into a large woman chopping wood right in my path.
64. The weapon you carry is only as good as you keep it so I spent the next hour cleaning, oiling and sharpening the weapons that I had been using over the last couple of days since I hadn’t hadn’t been able to do more than wipe them off at the time.
65. The ever-finer sharpening of Man’s sharp stones, the substitute fangs that he had been so woefully deficient in, must have been used to open dead carcasses for a long, long time before the realization that it could be used on live flesh also dawned on some lucky individual.
66. So once more the sail was shortened, and everything passed nearly as on the previous night; only, the sound of hammers, and the hum of the grindstone was heard till nearly daylight, as the men toiled by lanterns in the complete and careful rigging of the spare boats and sharpening their fresh weapons for the morrow.
67. From early childhood he recognizes his image as a representation of himself…Awareness of self could have been the beginning of future abstract thought…Somewhere within that miasma of inherited change…(from a fortuitous notice of a naturally sharp edge to purposeful manufacture) Man continued the sharpening of his tools of survival.
68. Petya ought to have known that he was in a forest with Denisov’s guerrilla band, less than a mile from the road, sitting on a wagon captured from the French beside which horses were tethered, that under it Likhachev was sitting sharpening a saber for him, that the big dark blotch to the right was the watchman’s hut, and the red blotch below to the left was the dying embers of a campfire, that the man who had come for the cup was an hussar who wanted a drink; but he neither knew nor waited to know anything of all this.
69. Pétya ought to have known that he was in a forest with Denísov’s guerrilla band, less than a mile from the road, sitting on a wagon captured from the French beside which horses were tethered, that under it Likhachëv was sitting sharpening a saber for him, that the big dark blotch to the right was the watchman’s hut, and the red blotch below to the left was the dying embers of a campfire, that the man who had come for the cup was an hussar who wanted a drink; but he neither knew nor waited to know anything of all this.
70. These included three 16 pound stone sledges, several Cleveland model tackle blocks with long lengths of stout rope, three Disston's type cross cut saws for two man tree cutting, four stone picks of seven pounds each, two toothed stone mason's hammers of ten pounds each, six pointed quarry picks, various steel wedges, a large stone cutter's saw called a Frig Bob, a smaller starting saw called a Razzor, a triangular file to sharpen saw teeth, two drill braces, a pedal operated grinding stone of 60 pounds for sharpening of the other tools, and an assortment of small hand tools.
71. But no weather interfered fatally with my walks, or rather my going abroad, for I frequently tramped eight or ten miles through the deepest snow to keep an appointment with a beech tree, or a yellow birch, or an old acquaintance among the pines; when the ice and snow causing their limbs to droop, and so sharpening their tops, had changed the pines into fir trees; wading to the tops of the highest hills when the show was nearly two feet deep on a level, and shaking down another snow-storm on my head at every step; or sometimes creeping and floundering thither on my hands and knees, when the hunters had gone into winter quarters.
1. A sharpened stave lay across the.
2. Then his voice sharpened with anger.
3. Galeron’s eyes sharpened on her own.
4. His gaze sharpened at the last phrase.
5. It appeared to be made of sharpened bone.
6. The thoughts from the Arkenians sharpened.
7. It was the sound of a knife being sharpened.
8. As the photo sharpened, she saw something odd.
9. They hewed at them with their sharpened steel.
10. She pitied me in a way that rather sharpened my.
11. Her eyes sharpened and her shoulders straightened.
12. Apparently life as a bandit lord sharpened the wits.
13. Then my reflection’s image sharpened, and I was.
14. Harald sharpened his quill and prepared to take notes.
15. But that’s not all, her voice sharpened with.
16. The constant ache of their loss is sharpened on the.
17. He could not lose as the coke really sharpened him up.
18. When Conal heard the name Lexi, his interest sharpened.
19. Tit sharpened his scythe and Levin's, and they went on.
20. Something like fear sharpened and hardened his features.
21. He sharpened them and lined them up with their brothers.
22. Three silvery spoons fell out, one sharpened to a point.
23. Tit sharpened his scythe and Levin’s, and they went on.
24. The trench was filled with sharpened pikes made from wood.
25. The possibility sharpened his mind, his entire body tensed.
26. His eyes sharpened, and he cocked his head as if listening.
27. Bo grunted as he drove another sharpened wooden stake into.
28. Slowly his face cleared and sharpened as he sensed freedom.
29. Strength flowed through him, and power sharpened his senses.
30. They’re similar, Cara and Tris, two women sharpened by loss.
31. The camp was well designed, with high walls made of sharpened.
32. Blackness permeated my eyesight, but my other senses sharpened.
33. Ivan soon returned with his sharpened scythe and started to mow.
34. The yellow pads were piled neatly and the pencils were sharpened.
35. At once he was aware that hearing was sharpened while sight was.
36. Beside him, the clatter of the rain on the window pane sharpened.
37. London came in, and stood picking his teeth with a sharpened match.
38. The dog lifted his head from the shade of a hut, one ear sharpened.
39. Around this barrier was a succession of moats and sharpened poles.
40. The intensity of her look sharpened to a glare as she cut him short.
41. What’s our best route to the city? Rykus’s focus sharpened.
42. Time only sharpened his understanding that she had also looked at him.
43. He had one of his gang with him holding a broom handle sharpened at.
44. His sharpened teeth glistened in the moonlight, and his eyes narrowed.
45. The silver in her eyes was almost blinding and her face had sharpened.
46. Blades of kitchen knives are sharpened either with a grinding wheel, a.
47. He took one and, when the guards weren’t watching, sharpened the end.
48. For his headache had only since sharpened and his temper only worsened.
49. They sharpened some of the images and adjusted the colour on a few more.
50. She was innocent! The realisation electrified and sharpened tired senses.
51. The sharpened point of the knife entered his clothing above the bulge of.
52. Branches from a larger tree were broken off and sharpened with the stone.
53. As I moved from roof to roof, the bricks and stone only sharpened my claws.
54. And with piñata sticks you’ve sharpened into stakes in case of vampires.
55. Human cannibals sharpened their teeth for a very good, logical caused reason.
56. He picked up the sharpened knife his brothers used and put soap in his beard.
57. Bjorn assailed the spherical creatures with sharpened stones hurled from his sling.
58. The screeching of sword and axe blades being sharpened on a pedal-spun grindstone.
59. Mix it with grass and moss, and use a sharpened stick to force it between the logs.
60. Inacio sank into his seat and exhaled as his mind relaxed and his resolve sharpened.
61. When she saw one of them, her focus sharpened, and she tried to rip their heads off.
62. Towards the tip of her tail, the spikes got smaller as the tail sharpened to a point.
63. Halfdan drew that long, sharpened iron from its sheath and rested the blade on his lap.
64. It was a small tool that sharpened windshield-wiper blades so that they lasted longer.
65. On the table in the window were several shreds from a pencil which had been sharpened.
66. One end of it was hardened by charring in the fire, and was sharpened to a fine point.
67. She remembered, too, with hate sharpened by envy the red plaid dress, the red-topped.
68. Her skills, sharpened with years of practice, had enabled her to find and trap Sabrina.
69. It has been there for almost a year now—shiny metal with a surgically sharpened blade.
70. The eagle only sharpened his beak on a stone and trimmed his feathers and took no notice.
71. Their blades, sharpened in the Plane of Order, left scalding gashes on their scaled hide.
72. The foe-ruler laughed, dodging the swipe of the bent and sharpened iron at the shaft-end.
73. She gathered some sturdy sticks and sharpened them to points and smoothed their surfaces.
74. But tomorrow,’ Mori said, and nodded slightly when Thaniel’s attention sharpened more.
75. The talons were hooked and seemed well sharpened and used, during battles from times past.
76. As he emerged into the air above, sounds sharpened suddenly and he heard sobbing and yelling.
77. She went on grazing contentedly, but she sharpened her ears and steered somewhat towards Tom.
78. Certainly the fact of his being Brenda Champion's property sharpened Julia's appetite for Rex.
79. I could've further sharpened the niche but like I said, there really is no limit to how sharp.
80. Back when technology was a sharpened stick, the search for rational explanations of everything.
81. He took his axe, cut down a dozen willows, sharpened them at the end, and stuck them in the ground.
82. Captain Roland stood over Tamlin, the chiseled features of the captain sharpened by the dim light.
83. The first of the proposals looked like a snatch, so he sharpened up his concentration and ploughed in.
84. Travel bags were packed and weapons were sharpened on stones and checked into their carrying devices.
85. Adrenaline sharpened his instincts behind the wheel, his body responding in perfect sync with the car.
86. This snare should efficiently trip its prey, hopefully impaling it on the sharpened stake just beyond.
87. Men, Fairies, Wood Nymphs came in and out with swords to be sharpened, fittings, and armor to be made.
88. His mouth was open in a final snarl, revealing the sharpened teeth that could tear easily through flesh.
89. A powerful combination to a jaded womanizer, he thought as his eyes sharpened on her pretty, green eyes.
90. She’d been staring past me at the square, stolid bulk of Lawrence Hall, but her gaze sharpened at once.
91. The youth had grown strong and cunning with a sharpened spear, killing only for sustenance and strength.
92. The buckle was secured to the leather by a two-inch-long metal strip that had been sharpened on all sides.
93. Then there was Larry riding his own floating manta-ray with a sharpened spike tail and jet black in color.
94. Lio!rt's hand flew to his dagger, but pain had sharpened Hrun's normally excellent reflexes to needle point.
95. A smith had sharpened it recently, but she could tell it was time to revisit the craftsman again for repairs.
96. When he looked at Calvin his eyes sharpened for an instant, as if to say something, but then they were empty.
97. To lessen chance of breaking them dig around the plant to loosen, then prise them out with a sharpened stick.
98. The pain sharpened in her eyes and she covered them with the heels of her hands, skin wet with tears of agony.
99. Caris could see that the huge posts had originally been sharpened into points, though their outlines had been.
100. The counting skills aren't hard, can be picked up from many basic books, and then sharpened with some practice.
1. Iron sharpens iron.
2. Sharpens the mind’s eye.
3. Amazing how tension sharpens the senses.
4. The siren wail sharpens, and the sound pierces Ciere.
5. The very tip of the 45 degree column sharpens into a.
6. As I watch, the very shape of her face changes, sharpens.
7. The butcher-boy puts off his killing-clothes, or sharpens his knife.
8. The effect of the persistent denial to women of full equality with men sharpens.
9. But this is intuition, not astrology, although the practice of astrology sharpens intuition.
10. When my look finally sharpens, I can see that the bedroom is huge and decorated minimalistically.
11. The hair dragged up high at the back sharpens the lines of the profile as the low knot blunts them.
12. It affects and stimulates the Nervous System the Head and the Brain then Calms it down it also Sharpens the Memory.
13. Using the LLH interval count sharpens up the 107-day count considerably by eliminating less-than-ideal 107-day counts.
14. Who sharpens the bullets for sharpshooters? It is rather ironic that slang for a gun is “piece” while the word “peace”.
15. The Gaillard Cut, big conduit for boats, sharpens the interest of the passengers who travel that channel, due principally to its history and geology.
16. The terror of being judged sharpens the memory: it sends an inevitable glare over that long-unvisited past which has been habitually recalled only in general phrases.
17. The one sharpens the appetite,.

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