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1. The head stays on, but the little kidney-shaped glass cracks, strewing change on the street.
2. She was strewing roses on the fresh-turned earth and for the briefest moment I thought it was you, come back from the dead to haunt me.
3. Her shields insured that none of the debris collided directly with her hull, but the constant collisions were strewing the destruction in every direction.
4. Carmelita Montiel, a twenty-year-old virgin, had just bathed in orange-blossom water and was strewing rosemary leaves on Pilar Ternera’s bed when the shot rang out.
5. But there were flowers too from Katerina Ivanovna, and when Alyosha opened the door, the captain had a bunch in his trembling hands and was strewing them again over his dear boy.
6. Incog Haroun al Raschid he flits behind the silent lechers and hastens on by the railings with fleet step of a pard strewing the drag behind him, torn envelopes drenched in aniseed.
7. He, on the other hand, depicted himself in the center of every scene, strewing gifts to the females with both hands, accepting their fulsome thanks with modest and self-effacing graciousness.

8. Great boulders had been ripped from their allotted places and tumbled downwards, some strewing the long line of the path as it snaked to earth, blocking any way back there might ever have been.
9. From the avenue of lime-trees showers of round, yellow leaves were flying through the air in tossing, eddying circles, and strewing the wet road and soaked aftermath of the hayfield with a clammy carpet.
10. When I see on the one side the inert bank—for the sun acts on one side first—and on the other this luxuriant foliage, the creation of an hour, I am affected as if in a peculiar sense I stood in the laboratory of the Artist who made the world and me—had come to where he was still at work, sporting on this bank, and with excess of energy strewing his fresh designs about.
11. For there on the flat shore were pictures of Grecian lions and Mediterranean goats and maidens with flesh of sand like powdered gold and satyrs piping on hand-carved horns and children dancing, strewing flowers along and along the beach with lambs gamboling after, and musicians skipping to their harps and lyres and unicorns racing youths toward distant meadows, woodlands, ruined temples, and volcanoes.
12. One day, when at the height of her illness, she had thought herself dying, and had asked for the communion; and, while they were making the preparations in her room for the sacrament, while they were turning the night table covered with syrups into an altar, and while Felicite was strewing dahlia flowers on the floor, Emma felt some power passing over her that freed her from her pains, from all perception, from all feeling.
13. What was strewn in the amplest strewing the square rod about me, and not filling the square rod then,.
1. His books and pencils strewed the floor.
2. Broken bottles strewed the pavement below.
3. When the pictures laid strewed all over the carpet it.
4. We cut them in pieces and strewed them on the highroad.
5. He turned to search among the bowlders which lay strewed about him.
6. It was profusely strewed with the plunder of that unlucky fortress.
7. The paths of Vice are sometimes strewed with roses, but then they.
8. The packet burst as she did so, and the floor became strewed with bank-notes.
9. I do not know why, but hay was always strewed on the ground at Christmas time.
10. Threads of curly cotton, pulled out from between the lengths of lace, strewed over the fender and the fireplace.
11. Then Italians flattened the killed-crushed-rotted grain into a Pizza and strewed its surface with bits of Roman vomit.
12. The evening breezes whispered mournfully through the ruined walls, and strewed the faded leaves upon eleven grassy mounds.
13. Clothes, saddles, reins, were all wet, slippery, and sodden, like the ground and the fallen leaves that strewed the road.
14. And when he was born, I wrapped him in cambric and lace, and put pink ribbons on him, strewed him with flowers, got him ready, said prayers over him.
15. As one of the "old hands" in the barracks, he saw that hay was brought and strewed about on the floor; the same thing was done in the other barracks.
16. Beauchamp uttered an exclamation of surprise on seeing his friend leap over and trample under foot all the newspapers which were strewed about the room.
17. The carpenter made a little coffin, and Marie Ivanovna finished it with a frill and a pretty little pillow, while I bought flowers and strewed them on the baby.
18. The sun rose and smiled upon the earth, which was strewed with the last leaves of autumn, but where were those who had assembled at the spring-time of the year?
19. The tomahawk of Uncas, the blows of Hawkeye, and even the still nervous arm of Munro were all busy for that passing moment, and the ground was quickly strewed with their enemies.
20. Now wine was being crushed from under the grape-blooded feet of dancing vintners’ daughters, now steaming seas gave birth to coin-sheathed monsters while flowered kites strewed scent on blowing clouds…now…now…now….
21. In warm evenings I frequently sat in the boat playing the flute, and saw the perch, which I seem to have charmed, hovering around me, and the moon travelling over the ribbed bottom, which was strewed with the wrecks of the forest.
22. 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.
23. One day, when the sun shone on the red leaves that strewed the ground and diffused cheerfulness, although it denied warmth, Safie, Agatha, and Felix departed on a long country walk, and the old man, at his own desire, was left alone in the cottage.
24. The instinct, however, of the American ostrich, as in the case of the Molothrus bonariensis, has not as yet been perfected; for a surprising number of eggs lie strewed over the plains, so that in one day's hunting I picked up no less than twenty lost and wasted eggs.
25. It was reckoned a piece of magnificence in Thomas Becket, that he strewed the floor of his hall with clean hay or rushes in the season, in order that the knights and squires, who could not get seats, might not spoil their fine clothes when they sat down on the floor to eat their dinner.
26. If it be strewed through a glass tube of three-fourths of an inch in diameter, and exploded by a coal of fire or hot iron, the tube may be held in the naked hand, and the powder only flashes without breaking the tube, and merely coats it over inside, and that very prettily, with the revived quicksilver.
27. Six Delaware girls, with their long, dark, flowing tresses falling loosely across their bosoms, stood apart, and only gave proof of their existence as they occasionally strewed sweet-scented herbs and forest flowers on a litter of fragrant plants that, under a pall of Indian robes, supported all that now remained of the ardent, high-souled, and generous Cora.
28. A few men clustered round a flag marked the post of a regiment; such and such a battalion was commanded only by a captain or a lieutenant; Alten's division, already so roughly handled at La Haie-Sainte, was almost destroyed; the intrepid Belgians of Van Kluze's brigade strewed the rye-fields all along the Nivelles road; hardly anything was left of those Dutch grenadiers, who, intermingled with Spaniards in our ranks in 1811, fought against Wellington; and who, in 1815, rallied to the English standard, fought against Napoleon.
1. With his elbows on the table he sat between the two empty bottles, while spectres danced in the light of the unsnuffed candle—spectres such as Hoffmann strews over his punch-drenched pages, like black, fantastic dust.

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1. Level her off an’ we’ll strew dry grass.
2. Tromp her in good, an’ we’ll strew stuff over her.
3. Strawed: To scatter; to spread about, (past tense of to strew).
4. She seethed inwardly; it would be so easy to tear them apart, to strew their body parts through the forest.
5. Reia recounted how when she was brushed aside by the most frustrated and exasperated lackey, she inadvertently strew all the things from the top of the sideboard that broke her fall.
6. Now he hugged her with the arms of pure adulation, as they traveled the weed and greenery-strewn path, carried by the eyes of imagination, into the flowers that once had been hers to strew along her path.
7. No sooner was the acquittal pronounced, than tears were shed as freely as blood at another time, and such fraternal embraces were bestowed upon the prisoner by as many of both sexes as could rush at him, that after his long and unwholesome confinement he was in danger of fainting from exhaustion; none the less because he knew very well, that the very same people, carried by another current, would have rushed at him with the very same intensity, to rend him to pieces and strew him over the streets.
8. Assembling in herds by the hundred thousand, marching night and day without rest, with no time for thought or for study, never to read, learning nothing, of no use whatsoever to any living being, rotting with filth, sleeping in the mud, living like a wild beast in a perennial state of stupidity, plundering cities, burning villages, ruining whole nations; then to encounter another mountain of human flesh, rush upon it, cause rivers of blood to flow, and strew the fields with the dead and the dying, all stained with the muddy and reddened soil, to have one's limbs severed, one's brain scattered as wanton waste, and to perish in the corner of a field while one's aged parents, one's wife and children, are dying of hunger at home,—this is what it means to be saved from falling into the grossest materialism!.
9. For if there are some masterful spirits who can stand upon the edge of the precipice, observing—without any recoil—the millions falling in one broad unbroken stream into the fiery surges below, there, "Thick as leaves that strew the brooks In Vallombrosa," to remain in torment forever—I was one of those, the majority of Christian spectators— who find repose for their minds alone in the feminine sleights of forgetting or overlaying the daily remembrance of the terrible fact,—that they live in a world, the certain destiny of whose dense unevangelised population—after every deduction for lunatics, idiots, and children dying in infancy—is of a character to fill the creation with everlasting dismay, and to draw from all ranks of being a shout of congratulation for those on whom the blessing of insanity or the hand of the infanticide fell.

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