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1. I had no plans to uproot myself.
2. I thought she would uproot my tongue.
3. A time to plant and a time to uproot what is planted.
4. They might uproot one group but they'd stick at the next.
5. It was the only way to uproot the gang, and that was Tom’s goal.
6. Families will be forced to uproot and seek a new area of the coun-.
7. For this and other reasons Jennifer and I decided to uproot the family once.

8. God intends to prove the truth with His words, and to uproot the disbelievers.
9. How much simpler our task to uproot a town, to run and rebirth it with wheels.
10. East mafia, who would uproot the coca plant and the poppy, bomb the labs, survive.
11. This purpose is the only thing that is strong enough to uproot pride and vindictiveness.
12. These new forces can uproot our old habit patterns based on greed, aversion, and delusion.
13. She whimpered and was aroused more and more and sucked my tongue until I thought she would uproot it.
14. My greatest fear is that the hunters will use my absence to uproot the ways of feeling I have planted.
15. He watched as a garden tree lost its branches, the trunk bending so violently it looked about to uproot.
16. The wind blows wild; trees uproot; water rises to scaling heights; I can cause storms too and earthquakes.
17. I shall uproot and destroy, until that which was lost is found And that which was hidden is brought out into the open.
18. Make certain when you uproot the flower that you allow some of the soil it was implanted in to surround its root system.
19. If they violate your ‘emotional wellness’ or uproot your family you might want to decline or negotiate better terms.
20. Yes, it certainly had been a long engagement, she agreed, but they hadn’t wanted to uproot young William before he graduated.
21. Like it’s deeply planted within, seeded in my being, and no matter how hard I try, I can’t uproot it he complained, pausing.
22. See, I have this day set you over the nations and over the kingdoms, to uproot and to pull down, and to destroy, and to throw down, in.
23. But within the victory the seeds of disunion had already been sown, and weeds seemed to spread against the many efforts to uproot them.
24. He somehow persuaded Clover to uproot and decamp to Headley Grange, a crumbling, former eighteenth-century workhouse for poor and orphaned children.
25. I told her if she were tired of me there were better ways to let me know than choking me to death or even trying to uproot my tongue with her savage kisses.
26. Well, brother, to make a long story short, I was going in for a regular explosion here to uproot all malignant influences in the locality, but Pashenka won the day.
27. She locked herself in the bathroom and sat down on the closed toilet seat, wondering why her father could just uproot their entire life in a matter of days for a job.
28. The wave of pressure travelling outwards from the point of detonation will collapse buildings, uproot trees and fill the air with flying debris, well before the heat follows.
29. Faced with having to uproot themselves and move sometimes hundreds of miles from their homes, communities in Punjab and Bengal which had lived together for centuries suddenly turned on each other.
30. And since habits, unlike beliefs, die hard, the habituation of various caste groups to their own swadharma would have thwarted any Islamic attempt to uproot Hinduism from the social soil of Aryavarta.
31. One who is far from his Provider thinks that there is no life after this worldly life and that there will be no account for deeds, So the Almighty wanted to uproot this wrong idea from his spirit, He says:.
32. I then turned to Runs Like Cheetah and Bitter Knife and said, I am afraid that even with all our efforts, the seething anger of the hunters will one day break out and uproot the ways of the Mother Goddesses.
33. It is criminal to waste our energies in endeavoring to uproot, when all we can profitably accomplish is to bend the universal tree of humanity a little in the direction most favorable to the production of good fruit under existing circumstances.
34. At fifty-one, why would she choose to dispose of her house, uproot herself, and come here to be part of your work if she didn’t feel that, for the first time in her life, she was profoundly known for who she is, that she was at last cherished for who she truly is?
35. Was this what gave Othman and his supporters the false assurance that they could safely uproot the Medinese from their places of power? And were the familial relatives so engaged by 661 that they couldn’t threaten enough force to have countered the usurpation engineered by Muawiyah?
36. A child is systematically deceived concerning the most important affair in life, and when this deception has become so incorporated with his being that it is difficult to uproot it, then the world of science and reality is opened to him—a world that is wholly at variance with the faith which he has imbibed from his teachers—and he is left to reconcile those contradictions as best he may.
37. In fact, loving this lowly life is that which stands between people and recognizing Al'lah, for this destructive blind material civilization has possessed people's minds and hearts, therefore, returning to Al'lah has become a matter conditional upon removing it, and since mankind do not give up this worldly civilization voluntarily, therefore, God is He who will uproot it and at the hands of its creators: those who have gone before them also plotted.
38. The Kingdom of Heaven is like a man who sowed good seed in his field but while men slept his enemy came and sowed weeds among the wheat and went his way; but when the blade shot up and produced fruit then the weeds appeared also; so the servants of the householder came and said to him: Sir did you not sow good seed in your field? From where then did it obtained weeds? He said to them: An enemy has done this; the servants said to him: Will you then want us to go and gather them up? But he said: No in case while you all gather up the weeds you also uproot the wheat with them; let both grow together until the harvest and in the time of harvest I will say to the reapers: First gather the weeds together and bind them into bundles to burn them; but gather the wheat into my barn; The Kingdom of Heaven is like a grain of mustard seed which a man took and sowed in his field which indeed is the least of all seeds but when it is grown it is the greatest among herbs and it becomes a tree so that the birds of the air come and lodge in those branches.
1. Uprooting several small trees in the process, the barge was.
2. Furthermore, that would have resulted in uprooting the young seeding.
3. But the tree was tall and strong, and it was hopeless to think of uprooting.
4. The earth shook as Jarrard's ball of fire met with the forest, uprooting trees and carving a path hundreds of yards long.
5. I smelled deer and wolf, even bears and warned him away from the big brown beast that was busily uprooting tree stumps in search of grubs.
6. He will feel that the evil powers have fixed their roots, and the humankind cannot be corrected except by uprooting the causers of evil and corruption.
7. There are happy career opportunities coming to you, but it’s doubtful whether you will accept them if it means violating your emotional harmony or uprooting the family.
8. Only Conan seemed unaware what a monstrous dislocating and uprooting of accepted thought and action their invasion constituted, what an unprecedented violation of tradition.
9. But, even if the cards should be superseded, which seems unlikely, there are unruly powers blowing life into storms, disordering sedulous mornings, and uprooting the stability of the afternoon--.
10. They reveal to them that their misery and unhappiness are ascribed to the prosperous class so that getting rid of it means uprooting the social oppression, and consequently annihilating the misery, poverty and wretchedness.
11. This is because the cause of uprooting the germs of lust from the spirit and getting rid of its dirt is a link that exists between the obedient follower and his Creator, and which is expressed by the word ‘communication’.
12. But she had to tolerate that one loose piece in the family machinery because she was sure that the old colonel was an animal who had been tamed by the years and by disappointment and who, in a burst of senile rebellion, was quite capable of uprooting the founda-tions of the house.
13. Indeed, if Pico Mundo were inundated because of the collapse of Malo Suerte Dam, the town would not stand underwater in precisely the same condition as now, which is how it had appeared in the dream; the rushing waters would do great damage, tumbling cars along the streets, uprooting trees, ripping down awnings, smashing windows.
14. It was a gloomy house, and Lucy had wanted him to give it up and start life with her in a place without associations, but he had been so much astonished at the idea--'Why,' he had cried, 'it was my father's house and I was born in it!'--that she couldn't help laughing at his dismay, and was ashamed of herself for having thought of uprooting him.
15. Those who do not believe in God with a true belief that purifies the spirit and cleanses it of love for this lower life and its adornments, uprooting the dirt that is attached to it: those who have not achieved this belief, and have sustained their preference for their own mean lusts over the great kindnesses and gifts that Al’lah had prepared for them in the hereafter: such people are recipients of the compassion of Al’lah, which is expressed through their affliction with the magicians’ attentions.
1. He felt that he had been uprooted.
2. Howling winds uprooted giant trees and.
3. The building looked as if it had been uprooted.
4. Firstly, the whole family uprooted and moved to.
5. They smashed, mangled, and uprooted all in their.
6. The trees of the forest uprooted and floated upward.
7. Father, so they would be uprooted and cast into hell.
8. Then he bowled a beauty which uprooted my leg stump.
9. But I feel very small, and very uprooted, and well -.
10. The grand trees of the forest were uprooted, toppling over.
11. Uprooted ground and insect nests torn open may indicate badgers.
12. Twice war uprooted their amazing life, but a steadfast character.
13. Those whom God has not planted will be uprooted and cast into the.
14. At the top of the window frame we could see an uprooted drainpipe.
15. The vegetation: dead, uprooted trees, slippery moss and thorny bushes.
16. They have broken our health, uprooted our lives and unsettled our habits.
17. Jesus said, that, whatever my Father has not planted, shall be uprooted.
18. A pile of uprooted vegetation at one side showed that Davey had been weeding.
19. But, as the plant tells us, when uprooted, although it is still part of the.
20. When I was eleven--two years after being uprooted from the only place I'd known.
21. When I went to the forest I found the tree newly uprooted, and the arrows lying.
22. In a whirl of activity we uprooted the family and located them in the suburb of.
23. This collecting is not the final gathering of which they will never be uprooted again.
24. It is not grounded like wisdom and compassion and can therefore be uprooted and removed.
25. In the middle of the grass one observes an uprooted tree-bole which lies there all verdant.
26. Not even Ashley could have filled the empty spaces in her heart where Tara had been uprooted.
27. And the parable of a bad word is that of a bad tree-it is uprooted from the ground; it has no stability.
28. These odd trees made darned fine clubs, in his estimation, and he had uprooted the next one he had found.
29. It is now up to each of us to see that this young seedling doesn’t get uprooted in the name of weeding.
30. The logs and uprooted flora swiftly floated ahead of the pink boat only to disappear downward over a sharp horizon.
31. Once the self is seen as unreal, these emotions are uprooted from the mind, and the meditator becomes perfected.
32. Then the withered tree was uprooted, but with reverence; and they did not burn it, but laid it to rest in the silence of.
33. Destiny suddenly united and wedded with its irresistible power these two uprooted existences, differing in age, alike in sorrow.
34. We crossed over Anduin and came to their land: but we found a desert: it was all burned and uprooted, for war had passed over it.
35. Little Nell ambled amiably behind, her gizzard stones rumbling as she digested a purple-leaf thornbush she had uprooted in passing.
36. With one hand it uprooted the tree, swinging it at the bearlord but he was to quick, leaping out of the trees path as it flew passed him.
37. Nearby, the masks, skulls, jackstraw legbones, floating ribs, skull faces of the Phantom had been uprooted and hurled across the stage in frenzies.
38. One day he saw some country people busily engaged in pulling up nettles; he examined the plants, which were uprooted and already dried, and said: They are dead.
39. Before the White Horsemen uprooted them, the small nation of Lir could be found nestled in the hills southwest of Neratos, where the Lirens herded goats and sheep.
40. A wooden clock ticked methodically on the white-washed wall, and growing slowly cold the Garibaldino lay alone, rugged, undecayed, like an old oak uprooted by a treacherous gust of wind.
41. When God has redeemed Israel, and they return to that Land a final time never to be uprooted again, it is the sign to the nations of God’s existence and His great love and righteousness.
42. The sky crumbled into a set of destructive storms and out of the north came hurricanes that scattered roofs about and knocked down walls and uprooted every last plant of the banana groves.
43. However, if he stole again, his hand would be cut off, because this act becomes a crime originated from a wicked desire in his spirit so it (this wicked desire) must be uprooted of his spirit.
44. Looking around him at the denuded and uprooted trees littering the ground, mixed with pieces of flesh and ripped body parts, Moten shook his head in disbelief, a mix of relief and triumph washing over him.
45. Once we had parked the cars, we started walking along the pathway, checking out the logs that were scattered about the place – all that remained of trees uprooted and carried away by the volcanic eruption.
46. For this reason, the Archbishop and Scaliger were quite close, and it was with no reluctance at all that Scaliger uprooted all of his belongings to become the Archbishop‘s personal physician here in Agen.
47. He was so absorbed that he did not feel the second surge of wind either as its cyclonic strength tore the doors and windows off their hinges, pulled off the roof of the east wing, and uprooted the foundations.
48. She scattered the red ants, who had already taken possession of the porch, brought the rose bushes back to life, uprooted the weeds, and planted ferns, oregano, and begonias again in the pots along the railing.
49. Brideshead and Cordelia went away; the tents were struck on the show ground, the flags uprooted; the trampled grass began to regain its colour; the month that had started in leisurely fashion came swiftly to its end.
50. Thus, when in the early 1830"s Jackson uprooted the Cherokee Nation"s people from their ancestral homes in Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia, John Marshall and his Supreme Court declared the action illegal and thus void.
51. Extensive mats of uprooted vegetation could have lodged in different places that, in turn, would have been covered over by the eroded rock ground to silt as an end result of this overwhelming disturbance of a geologic status quo.
52. A tree will not grow if uprooted and transplanted every few months, and this will in brief tell us why the missions which began with the Moravians and the American Board, and which were so hopeful, were one after another abandoned.
53. I’m making the best of a really bad situation, and the situation is mostly bad because my husband, who brought me here, who uprooted me to be closer to his ailing parents, seems to have lost all interest in both me and said ailing parents.
54. Both men stood motionless as images, except for the expanding of their muscles on rigid arms and braced legs, but strength beyond common conception was warring there—strength that might have uprooted trees and crushed the skulls of bullocks.
55. All his strength and energy—all his vital and intellectual force—seemed at once to desert him; insomuch that he positively withered up, shrivelled away, and almost vanished from mortal sight, like an uprooted weed that lies wilting in the sun.
56. The trees were gone, entirely; razed by what could be nothing but an instrument of depravity, with nothing remaining other than an occasional uprooted stump and a huge mound of ash and deep-glowing charcoal that smoldered in the center of the spreading atrocity.
57. Even though he was fully aware of the solid construction of the structure, Feltus had been relieved to find that very little damage had been done to the hotel, with only a few windows having been shattered and a few palms uprooted, and to the beach that looked fresh, revitalized just as nature had intended of all her realm.
58. Chee-Chee scaled up the sheer wall of the slab and examined the top of it where it leaned against the mountain's side; I uprooted bushes and stripped off hanging creepers that might conceal a weak place; the Doctor got more leaves and composed new picture-letters for the Jabizri to take in if he should turn up again; whilst Polynesia carried up a handful of nuts and pushed them into the beetle's hole, one by one, for the prisoners inside to eat.
59. And then on the right bank, the left bank, on the quays, on the boulevards, in the Latin country, in the quarter of the Halles, panting men, artisans, students, members of sections read proclamations and shouted: "To arms!" broke street lanterns, unharnessed carriages, unpaved the streets, broke in the doors of houses, uprooted trees, rummaged cellars, rolled out hogsheads, heaped up paving-stones, rough slabs, furniture and planks, and made barricades.
60. He stated further that very often the beliefs of a whole life are uprooted under the melancholy influence of night and inability to sleep, and that often the most fateful resolutions are made under the same influence; that sometimes this impressionability to the mystic influence of the dark hours amounted to a malady, in which case measures must be taken, the radical manner of living should be changed, diet considered, a journey undertaken if possible, etc.
61. The notion occurs to her that the ground beneath Saint-Malo has been knitted together all along by the root structure of an immense tree, located at the center of the city, in a square no one ever walked her to, and the massive tree has been uprooted by the hand of God and the granite is coming with it, heaps and clumps and clods of stones pulling away as the trunk comes up, followed by the fat tendrils of roots—the root structure like another tree turned upside down and shoved into the soil, isn’t that how Dr.
62. Can the authors of this bill imagine that those solemn obligations contained in indentures of apprenticeship, will dissolve and vanish under the charm of the bill? Can the fundamental principles of the constitution, rendering contracts sacred, be thus uprooted and destroyed? Can this bill deprive the master of his action, secured to him by the laws of the State, against the master or guardian for absence or desertion of the apprentice? Here is a most serious bearing upon the laws of the States, regulating this important relation.
63. He sat on the grass a few feet away and uprooted a daisy,.

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