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    1. amongst the waves and deeps and storm laced airs,

    2. of deep drawn airs

    3. country club, I’ve had to put up with the airs and bloody graces of

    4. ' Mandy followed her glance and was about to boast of her recent tour in the new bungalows, anxious to to share her experience with some friendly ear; when the woman remarked snidely, “I can't see where they get off, putting on airs and assuming they can just buy a station in the community that's so obviously above their rank or right place!”

    5. He was tired of Toad, and his sulks and his airs and his meanness

    6. with serous af airs

    7. That’s why Nerissa played Smyrnan airs between her weaving and the bedchamber

    8. He does not even despise the prejudices of people who are disposed to be so favourable to him, and never treats them with those contemptuous and arrogant airs, which we so often meet with in the proud dignitaries of opulent and well endowed churches

    9. Always having airs, pretending you’re something better

    10. They did not worry a great deal over their shabbiness; but it was rather trying to see Mary Vance coming out in such style and putting on such airs about it, too

    11. Tiberius retired to Capri leaving the affairs of state in the hands of Sejanus and generally took on the airs and attitudes of a lowlife

    12. “But wouldn’t it be cool if they were real!?” he put on airs of excitement

    13. Leather when the series airs on TNT in 2012

    14. 7 I wrote the treasure houses of the snow, and the store houses of the cold and the frosty airs, and I observed their season's key-holder, he fills the clouds with them, and does not exhaust the treasure-houses

    15. 7 I wrote the treasure houses of the snow and the store houses of the cold and the frosty airs and I observed their season's key-holder he fills the clouds with them and does not exhaust the treasure-houses


    17. She put on airs that would have made her a star in

    18. Finally he spoke with powerlessness airs:

    19. From the Belt of the Devil the diabolical Zoroastro army was approaching, from half a kilometer one could feel the stinking smell of the faucets and the dark shade that was furrowing the airs consuming everything to its step

    20. The bogey elevated the support staff and shaking it repelled him to the airs, falling down this time close to where my sisters were

    21. In the center played an ornate fountain that was artistry in pink, marble horses leaping gracefully into airs above the ground

    22. I know from whence the airs have blown

    23. Fat, talkative, with the airs of a matron in dis-grace, she renounced the sterile illusions of her cards and found peace and consolation in other people’s loves

    24. ‘You know it’s not even a month since I took over the Section,’ he said putting on airs

    25. Foreign airs of reality finally commenced to wafting through the atmosphere toward her

    26. Airs of desperation and scourge that had seemed

    27. her own for more than two years and now woke up every day feeling the same refreshing airs of

    28. A frugal mind, an earnest soul, would have liked the attic, would have found a healthy enjoyment in a place so plain and fresh, so swept in windy weather by the airs of heaven

    29. Only the bald dark man continued to stare at us, unblinking; yet even he fumbled with some fruit on a stand, making airs that he was otherwise preoccupied

    30. when it came to the more radical aff airs

    31. ese aff airs are best dealt with in the company of

    32. This is a country when my children ''run barefoot not because they are impoverished, but because they are free'' (quote from Nikki Gemmell in her beautifully written book Why You are Australian) This is a country that doesn't have stupid airs and graces, and is populated by people who, endearingly, tell it like it is even if it takes a while for a Pommie like me to catch onto the lingo

    33. Another way TV has successfully brainwashed viewers into a religious belief in meaningless, is the tons of meaningless Trivia it airs

    34. Rami, with his supercilious airs was both victim and victimizer

    35. As he grew older he cut an increasingly seductive figure despite his simplicity and lack of airs of a glamour boy

    36. Tony still could not stomach him though Fawsi had lost his previous airs of superiority after being dismissed by Monette and after having to plead to be taken back and taken back on her terms

    37. Each of these stoppages was made at a doleful grating, by which any languishing good airs that were left uncorrupted, seemed to escape, and all spoilt and sickly vapours seemed to crawl in

    38. As a consequence, country airs circulated in Soho with vigorous freedom, instead of languishing into the parish like stray paupers without a settlement; and there was many a good south wall, not far off, on which the peaches ripened in their season

    39. Soft forenoon airs that blow from the south-west,

    40. The German airs of friendship, wine and love,

    41. A distinguished personage happened to visit the school that morning, and Amy's beautifully drawn maps received praise, which honor to her foe rankled in the soul of Miss Snow, and caused Miss March to assume the airs of a studious young peacock

    42. It suited her exactly, and soon she began to imitate the manners and conversation of those about her, to put on little airs and graces, use French phrases, crimp her hair, take in her dresses, and talk about the fashions as well as she could

    43. Ned, being in college, of course put on all the airs which freshmen think it their bounden duty to assume

    44. "Go and bring that boy down to his dinner, tell him it's all right, and advise him not to put on tragedy airs with his grandfather

    45. I was always a lover of equality, brother, and I can't bear to see people give themselves airs without any right

    46. They called me Teresa at my baptism, a plain, simple name, without any additions or tags or fringes of Dons or Donas; Cascajo was my father's name, and as I am your wife, I am called Teresa Panza, though by right I ought to be called Teresa Cascajo; but 'kings go where laws like,' and I am content with this name without having the 'Don' put on top of it to make it so heavy that I cannot carry it; and I don't want to make people talk about me when they see me go dressed like a countess or governor's wife; for they will say at once, 'See what airs the slut gives herself! Only yesterday she was always spinning flax, and used to go to mass with the tail of her petticoat over her head instead of a mantle, and there she goes to-day in a hooped gown with her broaches and airs, as if we didn't know her!' If God keeps me in my seven senses, or five, or whatever number I have, I am not going to bring myself to such a pass; go you, brother, and be a government or an island man, and swagger as much as you like; for by the soul of my mother, neither my daughter nor I are going to stir a step from our village; a respectable woman should have a broken leg and keep at home; and to be busy at something is a virtuous damsel's holiday; be off to your adventures along with your Don Quixote, and leave us to our misadventures, for God will mend them for us according as we deserve it

    47. "God help thee, what a lot of things thou hast strung together, one after the other, without head or tail! What have Cascajo, and the broaches and the proverbs and the airs, to do with what I say? Look here, fool and dolt (for so I may call you, when you don't understand my words, and run away from good fortune), if I had said that my daughter was to throw herself down from a tower, or go roaming the world, as the Infanta Dona Urraca wanted to do, you would be right in not giving way to my will; but if in an instant, in less than the twinkling of an eye, I put the 'Don' and 'my lady' on her back, and take her out of the stubble, and place her under a canopy, on a dais, and on a couch, with more velvet cushions than all the Almohades of Morocco ever had in their family, why won't you consent and fall in with my wishes?"

    48. "Don't like him, he puts on airs, snubs his sisters, worries his father, a nd doesn't speak respectfully of his mother

    49. In spite of her vapourish airs (as the housewives of Yonville called them), Emma, all the same, never seemed gay, and usually she had at the corners of her mouth that immobile contraction that puckers the faces of old maids, and those of men whose ambition has failed

    50. "Ah, what a good, plain, lowly lady!" said Teresa when she heard the letter; "that I may be buried with ladies of that sort, and not the gentlewomen we have in this town, that fancy because they are gentlewomen the wind must not touch them, and go to church with as much airs as if they were queens, no less, and seem to think they are disgraced if they look at a farmer's wife! And see here how this good lady, for all she's a duchess, calls me 'friend,' and treats me as if I was her equal--and equal may I see her with the tallest church-tower in La Mancha! And as for the acorns, senor, I'll send her ladyship a peck and such big ones that one might come to see them as a show and a wonder

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