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    1. The crowd, responding to the emperor's question, jeer and give the comic the thumbs down

    2. After hearing this pearl of wisdom an ironic jeer went up from the ranks because this information and plan was the same bullshit that we had been fed before and look where that had got us nowhere

    3. Alexia was halfway to the ring when the first jeer came

    4. We cheer, and squirm, and jeer along with all of

    5. It was permitted the rabble to jeer, mock, and ridicule the condemned, but it was not allowed that any sympathy should be expressed

    6. to mock and jeer at their conversations

    7. ” She said in jeer, “Is that what you want to say to him in your heart?” She did not wait for Ren Fengping to open his mouth

    8. Nor do I doubt the fans in today’s stands would cheer their heroes and jeer at the losers’ fall from grace—and life—just as Nero’s crowd did, way back when

    9. They often stopped in groups to look up at him and jeer

    10. Perhaps this was his jeer to his own puny

    11. Every wailing birth is a baby screaming in horror at all the unfeeling, jeering humans around them… who laugh at their pain, and jeer at their suffering

    12. And when they try to describe it: others gape or jeer at their pathetic, inadequate description

    13. They are seated on the hard, wooden, floor while a crowd of what seems like several thousand jeer at them

    14. Now and then he was tempted to swear at them, to jeer at them, while they could not open the door! "Only make haste!" was the thought that flashed through his mind

    15. He doesn't jeer at things, not because he hasn't the wit, but as though he hadn't time to waste on such trifles

    16. "Don't jeer at me! I won't have it! I tell you I won't have it

    17. cattle-stealer, and on his confession they sentenced him to six years in the galleys, besides two bundred lashes that he has already had on the back; and he is always dejected and downcast because the other thieves that were left behind and that march here ill-treat, and snub, and jeer, and despise him for confessing and not having spirit enough to say nay; for, say they, 'nay' has no more letters in it than 'yea,' and a culprit is well off when life or death with him depends on his own tongue and not on that of witnesses or evidence; and to my thinking they are not very far out

    18. But the most famous surgeons also made mistakes; and that is what no one would ever believe! People, on the contrary, would laugh, jeer! It would spread as far as Forges, as Neufchatel, as Rouen, everywhere! Who could say if his colleagues would not write against him

    19. From time to time he turned to jeer at his companions, who were some distance behind, and, seeing them panting for breath, covered with dust, and their tongues hanging out of their mouths, he laughed heartily

    20. All very fine to jeer at it now in cold print but it goes down like hot cake that stuff

    21. When Grinder sat down some of those who had applauded him began to jeer at the Socialists

    22. The lost armada is his jeer in Love's Labour Lost

    23. It was now for more than the middle span of our allotted years that he had passed through the thousand vicissitudes of existence and, being of a wary ascendancy and self a man of rare forecast, he had enjoined his heart to repress all motions of a rising choler and, by intercepting them with the readiest precaution, foster within his breast that plenitude of sufferance which base minds jeer at, rash judgers scorn and all find tolerable and but tolerable

    24. I was, to be sure, now and then, as I have narrated, subjected to opposition, and squibs, and a jeer; and envious and spiteful persons were not wanting in the world to call in question my intents and motives, representing my best endeavours for the public good as but a right-handed method to secure my own interests

    25. And since no difference is less easily overcome than the difference of opinion about semi-abstract questions, they never agreed in any opinion, and had long, indeed, been accustomed to jeer without anger, each at the other’s incorrigible aberrations

    26. But it was not merely a falsehood, it was the cruel jeer of some wicked power, some evil, hateful power, to whom one could not submit

    27. dream, that Rhett didn’t want her, that Rhett’s face was dark as an Indian’s and his teeth were white in a jeer

    28. But it was a fact she still would not believe—could She looked up quickly to see if there was a jeer behind those words but there was not believe

    29. There was a crowd waiting outside to point and jeer at us

    30. Haile Selassie appeals to the League of Nations: He makes a very dignified appeal, while the Italian delegates jeer and whistle at him

    31. He was, in fact, the originator of the Babalu jeer, Hey, Babalu, who did you eat today?

    32. The legend of the Red Saint grew in his brain like a powerful vine, and a voice came out of the west to coax and mock, to jeer and cozen Henry Morgan

    33. "'Better turn to, now?' said the Captain with a heartless jeer

    34. A grin was on the face of the monster; he seemed to jeer, as with his fiendish finger he pointed towards the corpse of my wife

    35. ‘Don’t jeer at me! I won’t have it! I tell you I won’t have it

    36. I saw, of course, that he thought fit to jeer at me

    37. " Can you really have meant to jeer ? " she exclaimed enigmatically, looking at me in profound astonishment, but without waiting for me to answer, she, too, ran out to join them

    38. mend it to the attention of girls Tppho are ready to accept the man of their choice, but are still hesitating and watching him mistrustfully, unable to make their final decision: and don't let them jeer at a wretched raw youth for obtruding his moral reflections on marriage, a subject which he knows nothing about

    39. Some grow hard^ than a stone and their hearts are full of wandering dreams ; others become heartless and frivolous, and all they can do is to mock and jeer

    40. He positively liked Pseldonimov's mother, so that he actually restrained himself and did not jeer at her

    41. I insulted him on a perfectly extraneous pretext, jeering at his opinion upon an important public event—it was in the year 18265—and my jeer was, so people said, clever and effective

    42. Fathers and teachers, what is the monk? In the cultivated world the word is nowadays pronounced by some people with a jeer, and by others it is used as a term of abuse, and this contempt for the monk is growing

    43. Perhaps we may even grow wicked later on, may be unable to refrain from a bad action, may laugh at men's tears and at those people who say as Kolya did just now, ‘I want to suffer for all men,’ and may even jeer spitefully at such people

    44. You may jeer at our stupidity and at our inexperience in business matters; you have done all you could already to make us look ridiculous; but do not dare to call us dishonest

    45. How then, can you hold her up to the scorn of society in the newspapers without realizing that you are making her suffering, still greater? Madmen! Vain fools! They don’t believe in God, they don’t believe in Christ! But you are so eaten up by pride and vanity, that you will end by devouring each other—that is my prophecy! Is not this absurd? Is it not monstrous chaos? And after all this, that shameless creature will go and beg their pardon! Are there many people like you? What are you smiling at? Because I am not ashamed to disgrace myself before you?—Yes, I am disgraced—it can’t be helped now! But don’t you jeer at me, you scum!” (this was aimed at Hippolyte)

    46. As for myself, a man of the late nineteenth century, I, of course, should reason differently; I say so plainly, and therefore you need not jeer at me nor mock me, gentlemen

    47. What I was afraid of was that every one present, from the insolent marker down to the lowest little stinking, pimply clerk in a greasy collar, would jeer at me and fail to understand when I began to protest and to address them in literary language

    48. The laugh, the jeer, that had risen in his heart at this sudden failure of nerve never found expression

    1. They shouted and complained, swaggered and jeered as they sailed on past, but at least after that they'd leave her alone

    2. “He…he should’ve said something”, stammered her husband, as around him one judge after another jeered and called him every sort of stupid ass that their imaginations could conjure up

    3. The secular party workers jeered at Mama's team

    4. The others turned some of their attention to the interloper and jeered, “What do you want here 'horse boy'?” “Better not trip over your apron an' fall down

    5. “Well if it is then throw it over here and let’s get it cooked”, as the Fusiliers and our lot jeered and laughed

    6. But he seemed to enjoy every minute of it, slipping and sliding on the slops on the floor and licking the beer of his arms and throwing himself around in a wild frenzy, while his friends, friends!, clapped and jeered and sang and shouted and danced, danced!, bumping and pulling and shoving until all ended in a drunken heap on the floor

    7. With a lot of difficulty we made it back to our lines whilst the German troops jeered and fired a hell of a lot of ordinance at us

    8. The crowd jeered as Raven danced from side to side

    9. The men in the fort came out and jeered us as we moved away

    10. ” jeered Sephiroth, his voice distant,

    11. He should never have sired us the way he did” my brother jeered

    12. He jeered at her, and referred to her in terms which were far from being true,

    13. “You’re slipping, Russell,” Pooh jeered

    14. As he stumbled and yelped in agony she jeered, "Forgive my clumsy blow, noble sir—I had aimed somewhat higher

    15. "A mouse!" Swann jeered

    16. "Would you want a hot dog?" she jeered

    17. Some further away jeered and laughed at their fellows’ panic

    18. When he encountered the fat, green frogs in the forest they jeered at him and disappeared

    19. But you, he jeered, what has Saul done for you

    20. Jesus looked down on them while they divided his garments, and the thoughtless crowd jeered at him

    21. He was jeered at; a small band of adventurous young warriors followed him into the north, but none returned

    22. He pointed at Joey and jeered, “You’re the Rakai? Oh please

    23. The boys at Tanganyika House knew better and jeered at Wilson’s every turn in his quest to save face

    24. “Did I forget to mention the shield?” Heckler jeered as Harmony walloped against the wall separating them

    25. You can tell by the words and tone of Jesus’ statement, that He was really feeling the love of God for these people, even as they watched and jeered as He was dying on the cross

    26. They jeered the males in their own language, and one of the males made a gesture that made the whole room buzz with laughter

    27. Many women suffer in silence , bearing all they are taught to do so by tradition 4 July The american independence day Rajkot a small city of India where Pooja Chauhan walked down the streets in her undergarments to protest against the cruel treatment of her husband and in-laws for giving birth to a baby girl Men jeered at her ,stared lewdly The young mother of 22 was protesting police inaction despite repeated complaints ,hoding a baseball bat in one hand to smash their heads and bangles in another she matched into the office of the police commissioner

    28. The young rare beauty jeered, “If hatred is engraved in the heart, what

    29. students that sneered and jeered at him

    30. The believers jeered and cried aloud, wondering if the man has a soul at all

    31. laughed and jeered, hurling abuse and insults at him

    32. “Bye, bye, boys,” he jeered, fluttering his fingers and inching the door closed

    33. Replacing the phone inside his jacket, he turned to Ritter and jeered, “You ever screw with me, I’ll cut off more than your pinky

    34. “But I’m sure Judge Demick would be glad to talk about this little visit you’re having with me,” he jeered

    35. “Lucky you,” he jeered

    36. A regular chip off the old block,’ she jeered

    37. Since when?’ she jeered shakily

    38. The crowd jeered and cat-called, reminding Petra of the angry crowd in the old Frankenstein movie

    39. much to the amusement of the Teriz on the bank, who jeered and

    40. And they cannot stand for the Myths of their National Identity to be jeered at; too directly and too honestly

    41. That is the fatal spiritual killer that makes people throw up their hands and say: ‘what’s the use in asking questions? What’s the use in fighting city hall? What’s the use in struggling or complaining about unfairness or injustice?’ Then the injustices of others is cynically taken for granted, and those who rail against the system are jeered at by others as naïve fools

    42. A sublime supplication to the Creator from the Son after being jeered, insulted, spat upon, punched, beaten, scourged, crowned with thorns, nailed to the cross and speared, such that He was fatally wounded by Roman soldiers, Gentiles, Jews, Pagans, Elders, Teachers of the law and Chief Priests

    43. Messengers before you were also ridiculed, but those who jeered were surrounded by what they had ridiculed

    44. jeered, “Oh shut up” she laughed “don't mock me, let's cross this

    45. “Whatever you say doc” he jeered again, “Ughh” she complained

    46. I thought, too, of your article in that journal, do you remember, on your first visit we talked of it? I jeered at you at the time, but that was only to lead you on

    47. And that proud suppressed enthusiasm in young people is dangerous! I jeered at you then, but let me tell you that, as a literary amateur, I am awfully fond of such first essays, full of the heat of youth

    48. " They perceived, in short, clearly that the town which had been twitted had turned out to do battle with some other that had jeered it more than was fair or neighbourly

    49. As they marched round, the crowd jeered at them and made offensive remarks

    50. “A ring of stakes?” Elfric jeered

    1. Ricci tops the steps of the platform, looks back fearfully at the jeering, taunting crowd below

    2. A little banter, some gentle jeering and friendly swearing as they danced

    3. started by jeering as she was led into the square…’

    4. ” As we rowed closer we could hear jeering and shouting from some of the boats but as the shore neared dramatically these stopped to be replaced by the cries and pain of men who were being wounded and dying in the boats

    5. At times we would have to stop to let the cavalry leap-frog us on their way forward and we would show what we thought of them by jeering as we stood beside the road trying to ease the aches and pains in our arms and legs

    6. And the poor, sticky, stinking ape, unable to borrow a coat, had to streak down the street to retrieve them, followed by a jeering, hooting, mob of drunken mates

    7. So are their troops the raiders said the trenches were packed with German soldiers jeering and calling them

    8. Was he just being paranoid, or were more and more people turning to face him? Some were jeering and smirking as they spoke, some looked shocked and watched him closely, analysing his every move

    9. endorsements, playing up to fans but not for the fans, not really, and highlight reels that burnish self-serving credentials, begs the question, how about the love for the game for its own sake that has (seemingly) become secondary to self-centered attitudes and inflated egos; where gamesmanship has superseded sportsmanship? Bizarre behavior, taunting and jeering an opponent, especially common in higher profiled sports, has (sadly) provided the modern athlete with a receptive audience

    10. This swat was accompanied by a lot of jeering from the crowd

    11. jeering, teetered on the edge, and, with arms waving in despera-

    12. He could be in jail, tortured in some unspeakable manner, even dead, and it was her obsession about Mike Henderson that was to blame! Now she was doomed to spend the remainder of her life in solitude, haunted by his horrid face and the jeering laughter of his friends

    13. Tobias straightens and stiffens, like someone is training a gun at his chest instead of jeering at him

    14. The volume rose noticeably when Gonzalo rode past and changed to jeering and curses for Guerri only to return to cheers as the knights passed

    15. A condemned man walked up the steps of the gallows and peered out at the twisted and jeering faces

    16. Levi noticed me watching him, and took my surprised confusion for jeering, automatically embarrassing at what he had just let out while reddening in the cheeks from blushing

    17. Her lips puckered into a jeering pout

    18. They jammed the edge, jeering and calling misleading advice, and the boy repeated his successful trick

    19. 6 And if any other person among the jeering crowd had experienced the birth of faith within his soul and had appealed to the mercy of Jesus, he would have been received with the same loving consideration that was displayed toward the believing brigand

    20. tank, cheering and jeering as they

    21. Cheering me on and jeering at Reverend Channing

    22. They seemed to take the shapes of men now, hungering, laughing, and jeering

    23. Other passersby then joined in on the jeering and taunting

    24. Three of them circled Grunt-mate, jeering at her and poking at her with their swords

    25. They had to sell their wares to survive, and this task had to take precedence over jeering at the

    26. jeering behind his back caused him a great deal of intolerant

    27. Every time the average Joe Alien starts up his space-cruiser his brain flashes on the very real possibility that he might suddenly vanish from his proper dimension and reappear inside a Maze surrounded by jeering spectators and Plutonian nuclear-eels

    28. He then found himself being chased by a pack of flying dragons, all laughing at him, jeering as he ran across the fields in desperation

    29. All Star’, she said jeering at him

    30. Irfan came and tied a band around my forehead to keep my hair out of my eyes, with Val giving my left shoulder a sudden massage, and my heart starting to pound because they were jeering me up

    31. The high spirits and cheering, the loud jeering and taunts for the defeated arch enemy continued 75

    32. If people did not have egos, if they did not have a need to feel that they were better than others, if they could empathize with other people’s misfortune instead of jeering and laughing at it… how much of this kind of one-sided humor would still be considered funny? Humor is only healthy when it is balanced, or helps balance imbalanced human conditions

    33. Every wailing birth is a baby screaming in horror at all the unfeeling, jeering humans around them… who laugh at their pain, and jeer at their suffering

    34. A crowd has gathered round, jeering and cheering

    35. "Then we can call it even then?" he chuckled, jeering him

    36. If she heard laughter or jeering in the crowd, she would rush at once at the scoffers and begin squabbling with them

    37. I fell to jeering in the coarsest way at all such propaganda and efforts to convert me; Parasha came on to the scene again, and not she alone; in fact there was a tremendous to-do

    38. He noticed this, and began jeering at the Yonville ladies and their dresses; then he apologised for the negligence of his own

    39. The saviour, the former hero, was flying like a mangy, unkempt sheep-dog at his lackey, and the lackey was jeering at him! And I shall never forgive you for the tears I could not help shedding before you just now, like some silly woman put to shame! And for what I am confessing to you now, I shall never forgive you either! Yes--you must answer for it all because you turned up like this, because I am a blackguard, because I am the nastiest, stupidest, absurdest and most envious of all the worms on earth, who are not a bit better than I am, but, the devil knows why, are never put to confusion; while I shall always be insulted by every louse, that is my doom! And what is it to me that you don't understand a word of this! And what do I care, what do I care about you, and whether you go to ruin there or not? Do you understand? How I shall hate you now after saying this, for having been here and listening

    40. went to the palace, crying: "New lamps for old!" followed by a jeering crowd

    41. She looked at his handsome, caring face, blinked and saw his face up close to hers, jeering, “Not good enough,” before he slammed her head against the wall

    42. yer?' continued Crass in a jeering tone

    43. `Nor nobody else neither,' said Crass with a jeering laugh

    44. At mealtimes the story of the broken window was repeatedly told amid jeering laughter

    45. —Afraid he'll bite you? says the citizen, jeering

    46. Hunter kept his eyes fixed straight ahead and affected not to see him, but Crass could not resist the temptation to indulge in a jeering smile, which so enraged Snatchum that he shouted out:

    47. Why, then, had he come hither? Was it but the mockery of penitence? A mockery, indeed, but in which his soul trifled with itself! A mockery at which angels blushed and wept, while fiends rejoiced, with jeering laughter! He had been driven hither by the impulse of that Remorse which dogged him everywhere, and whose own sister and closely linked companion was that Cowardice which invariably drew him back, with her tremulous gripe, just when the other impulse had hurried him to the verge of a disclosure

    48. In moments the Genoese were out of range, and the English held their fire, laughing at their unexpected triumph and jeering at the enemy

    49. "In that moment, while King Darzin and his soldiers were still jeering down the The fields seemed full of huge rabbits with red eyes, stalking among the thistles

    50. Indeed, for almost any utterance that a rabbit in this dreadful situation of jeering rejoinders

    1. The crowd hoots and jeers

    2. The crowd hoots and jeers some more

    3. So bear with the jeers of your mate and try the experiment

    4. He is greeted by jeers and cat calls

    5. Some faced jeers and flogging, while still other were chained and put in prison

    6. The magician snatched it and told the slave take her choice, among the jeers of the crowd

    7. Amid jeers and curses

    8. Many times the tear-gas drifted back toward us, much to the jeers and glee of the rioters and producing a few respectful curses from us toward the commissioned officer who had failed to read the wind correctly

    9. He still suffered from our comments and jeers

    10. This was rewarded with wolf whistles, jeers and some guy who shouted, “Yeah!”

    11. Our Dauntless guards lead us to the center of the room, where we are greeted with, at best, murmurs, and at worst, jeers

    12. time was that the sounds were now accompanied by muted jeers

    13. From various pubs he heard the shouts of fighting and jeers of whores challenging men to prove their worth

    14. When I patted him on the shoulder, the crowd erupted in cheers and jeers, but he only heard the jeers

    15. Even that didn’t stop the jeers

    16. Though I couldn’t see them, at least I felt peace knowing they’d never have to hear the taunts and jeers that come with living in a freakshow

    17. Inside the big top, instead of fading, the jeers reached a crescendo

    18. Loud cheers and jeers as they waved them in the air tempting Sebastian to try to get them

    19. 10 His love for ignorant mortals is fully disclosed by his patience and great self-possession in the face of the jeers, blows, and buffetings of the coarse soldiers and the unthinking servants

    20. From the drunken jeers and

    21. drunken jeers, rolling down the tinted windows

    22. Skepticism mocks, ridicules, jeers

    23. As they lined up, the unusual sound of laughter and jeers started to echo all around the room – something rarely heard within this particular area

    24. Pockets that clinked and bulged in the mornings could be emptied by early afternoons with the losers earning jeers that rang in their ears long after the bell had been sounded and the school bus had left the station

    25. Even so, there were jeers, calls, and curses from a foolish few

    26. darkness and would drift back later to be greeted with jeers and laughs by the rest of the crowd

    27. And also not having to face the public jeers and laughter of public shame

    28. “Some faced jeers and flogging, and even chains and imprisonment

    29. I stood there, patiently waiting for what would come next, as the crowd of onlookers shouted obscenities and jeers

    30. The sailors broke out into a cheer at their accomplishment, while other sailors leaned over the side of the ship and issued jeers at the unsatisfied group of sea monsters that had congregated in hopes of an easy exotic meal

    31. A fresh round of jeers and whistles arose as Akenji approached this larger group of men, and Brien

    32. removed from the circle to the laughter and comic jeers of the others

    33. He snatched it and bade the slave take her choice, amid the jeers of the crowd

    34. sisters watched the building of the box, and then listened to the jeers of the

    35. Meantime the news of their arrival had spread, and as they returned through the town they were greeted with jeers and booing

    36. Then the brutal minions of the law fell upon the hapless Toad; loaded him with chains, and dragged him from the Court House, shrieking, praying, protesting; across the marketplace, where the playful populace, always as severe upon detected crime as they are sympathetic and helpful when one is merely 'wanted,' assailed him with jeers, carrots, and popular catch-words; past hooting school children, their innocent faces lit up with the pleasure they ever derive from the sight of a gentleman in difficulties; across the hollow-sounding drawbridge, below the spiky portcullis, under the frowning archway of the grim old castle, whose ancient towers soared high overhead; past guardrooms full of grinning soldiery off duty, past sentries who coughed in a horrid, sarcastic way, because that is as much as a sentry on his post dare do to show his contempt and abhorrence of crime; up time-worn winding stairs, past men-at-arms in casquet and corselet of steel, darting threatening looks through their vizards; across courtyards, where mastiffs strained at their leash and pawed the air to get at him; past ancient warders, their halberds leant against the wall, dozing over a pasty and a flagon of brown ale; on and on, past the rack-chamber and the thumbscrew-room, past the turning that led to the private scaffold, till they reached the door of the grimmest dungeon that lay in the heart of the innermost keep

    37. ' (Jeers, laughter, and 'Tell us another!' from the back

    38. She had smarted under his jeers for a long time, but now she had him where she could make him jump through any hoops she cared to hold

    39. She missed him, missed his light flippant touch in anecdotes that made her shout with laughter, his sardonic grin that reduced troubles to their proper proportions, missed even his jeers that stung her to angry retort

    40. When Red Death released him at last, he ran away like a very madman, pursued by the jeers of the bystanders

    41. The Crowd jeer’d, me Body grew stiff, e’en me Bowels loosen’d an’ me Cock stood up, as if I were a Corpse already, but yet I would not dye—an’ then, just when I thought I could bear the Pain no longer, the Shouts an’ Jeers o’ the Crowd were drown’d out by a horrible buzzin’ Noise that engulf’d me entire Bein’, an’ at the same Time I seem’d to be movin’ thro’ a dark Tunnel, like a Sewer or an underground Cave…

    42. Therapontigonus Miles could walk arm in arm with Vadeboncoeur the grenadier, Damasippus the second-hand dealer would be happy among bric-a-brac merchants, Vincennes could grasp Socrates in its fist as just as Agora could imprison Diderot, Grimod de la Reyniere discovered larded roast beef, as Curtillus invented roast hedgehog, we see the trapeze which figures in Plautus reappear under the vault of the Arc of l'Etoile, the sword-eater of Poecilus encountered by Apuleius is a sword-swallower on the Pont Neuf, the nephew of Rameau and Curculio the parasite make a pair, Ergasilus could get himself presented to Cambaceres by d'Aigrefeuille; the four dandies of Rome: Alcesimarchus, Phoedromus, Diabolus, and Argyrippus, descend from Courtille in Labatut's posting-chaise; Aulus Gellius would halt no longer in front of Congrio than would Charles Nodier in front of Punchinello; Marto is not a tigress, but Pardalisca was not a dragon; Pantolabus the wag jeers in the Cafe Anglais at Nomentanus the fast liver, Hermogenus is a tenor in the Champs-Elysees, and round him, Thracius the beggar, clad like Bobeche, takes up a collection; the bore who stops you by the button of your coat in the Tuileries makes you repeat after a lapse of two thousand years Thesprion's apostrophe: Quis properantem me prehendit pallio? The wine on Surene is a parody of the wine of Alba, the red border of Desaugiers forms a balance to the great cutting of Balatro, Pere Lachaise exhales beneath nocturnal rains same gleams as the Esquiliae, and the grave of the poor bought for five years, is certainly the equivalent of the slave's hived coffin

    43. He received the eighteen-carat Golden Orchid and kissed it with joy in the midst of the thundering jeers of the incredulous

    44. But when the new round of jeers and whistles was over, an impassive Fermina Daza read it again, in her hoarse, suggestive voice, and amazement reigned after the first line

    45. The papers had printed that the jibes and jeers were cruel and sometimes obscene, and so they were, but this was not the big show

    46. Should recompense his idle jeers,

    47. Above all, that we should not part again—that was the chief thing ! As soon as I had to wake up in the morning the jeers and contempt of the boys began again ; one of them actually began beating me and making me put on his boots for him; he called me the vilest

    48. He remembered how his brother, while at the university, and for a year afterwards, had, in spite of the jeers of his companions, lived like a monk, strictly observing all religious rites, services, and fasts, and avoiding every sort of pleasure, especially women

    49. At sunset, on a lovely summer’s evening, my little old woman passes away—a thought, you will notice, which offers much food for reflection—and behold! instead of tears and prayers to start her on her last journey, she has insults and jeers from a young ensign, who stands before her with his hands in his pockets, making a terrible row about a soup tureen!’ Of course I was to blame, and even now that I have time to look back at it calmly, I pity the poor old thing no less

    50. How often did I sing him to sleep when I was half dead with hunger! In short, I was more than a father to him, and now—now he jeers at me! Even if I did cross myself, and pray for the repose of the soul of the Comtesse du Barry, what does it matter? Three days ago, for the first time in my life, I read her biography in an historical dictionary

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