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    1. Removing the hessian sack was like shucking-off a mental straight-jacket Along with a sense of humiliation I could also feel a sense of anger rising in my blood

    2. He wore a shirtless two-piece suit in the trendy mode, flowing and soft with pants that didn't conceal the size of his sack and large looping epaulettes with solid gold commandant's stars

    3. “Need the sack

    4. I was ready with the sack this time, having stowed it under the head of the mattress

    5. With the last tread of rubber on concrete outside my cell door I pulled the sack over my head and waited

    6. I stood up, instinctively pulling the hessian sack over my head as I did so – a reflex action – reacting to this strange new morning by adopting the tried and tested methods of survival

    7. Although the towel was thicker and more tightly woven than the hessian sack in my last prison, I could still make out shades and shifts of light

    8. I fumbled with the edges of the black sack covering my head

    9. Son then took a sack of firewater the guard had carried

    10. “I will fill a sack with water from the pool of immortality and I will not

    11. Son filled his wine sack with water from the pool of immortality and held

    12. the sack so that it hung over his back

    13. He still carried the sack of water

    14. Son had the sack of water over his back with the strap held in one hand,

    15. went through Sons’ back and cut through the sack that held the water from

    16. We didn’t hit the sack until quite late though

    17. ' He picked up the canvas sack lying under his chair and with infinite care withdrew from it a small, pear-shaped violin and bow trimmed with bells along its length

    18. He is the true lying sack of shit

    19. The sack wriggled again and a muffled

    20. Guzkat slammed the sack against the arch of the

    21. the sack and with a grunt, threw it across his

    22. terror and dropped the brown sack

    23. There, hanging in the compartment, was something they had not made themselves: a new charcoal black sack suit and vest and two linen shirts from the village haberdashery

    24. He looked the part of a young traveler in his new charcoal-black sack suit, black boots and dark slouch hat

    25. There she found Chester the Pony with a sack over his head

    26. She grabbed the lunch sack and his knife and went down the hill toward the brook

    27. put this goddamn plastic sack over my head, and stuffed me in Boochie’s trunk

    28. “I’m going to give them a sack of grain

    29. She heaved the sack over the fence just as she was about to lose it, then checked her foot for holes

    30. She was dressed in a sack like garment that looked like it was ready for the dump, but she had washed her face and hair

    31. You’ve put far worse in your belly than the sack of a hog

    32. rest of the forces to sack Christian Constantinople – just

    33. Lemoss rubbed his head briskly whilst juggling a hessian sack

    34. Not exactly pulled more a case of pointing the finger as each peg then shot out and whirled over his head to land in Lemoss's sack

    35. " He handed the money over then took the pot and passed it to Fred to pack up in a sack

    36. "And the moons are just flat plates shining in the sky at night" Flitter shinned down the long arched limb and dropped to the ground, the sack about his waist bulging with the fruit

    37. "Why are you running Flitter, I was calling Nimblefax" and she leaned over and took the heavy sack from his shoulders

    38. verse seemed to involve the return voyage of some ill-fated hero following the sack of Troy

    39. ” The youth reached into his sack, brought out two bulbs, and

    40. Guessing her intention, Homer snatched away the sack that made such an effective sling

    41. One day, she found an old sack at the back of the shed

    42. Before Hesper noticed, she quickly tucked the sack down the threadbare chiton that Tragus had provided

    43. She borrowed Homer’s empty sack to put them in, then gave it to Miklos

    44. ” she replies, “The proof is in that sack

    45. I grabbed a burlap sack and went to my cabin where I picked out a change of clothes, a pair of shoes, my tricorne hat, a spyglass, and a towel and threw them all into the sack

    46. I put these into the sack

    47. I watched as his pistol went spinning as he threw his hands into the air and then he toppled to the ground like a half full sack of nutty slack, another Officer came forward to take his place but the rest did not look to sure

    48. “Right you lot let’s get some tea on the go Billy Boy it’s your turn to get the wood so off you go and be quick meanwhile Johnny get the tea sack out from where you’ve hid it”

    49. 'You want to hit the sack

    50. His head snapped towards the bars and he collapsed into them like a sack of potatoes

    1. and needed to have the ashes sacked awaiting to go to the re-

    2. A death-like stillness reigned throughout the city; the streets were deserted, and the houses closed, save where residences of Cubans had been sacked by the guerilla, or the walls smashed in by our shells

    3. Public registries throughout the country had been sacked and burned, that young people couldn’t be located and forced into conscription by either side

    4. Waxed garrulous, and sacked a hundred Troys

    5. My co-worker who had taught me so much about pinball machines, was sacked without notice

    6. He dared to fetch his Find again, cried out against what made no sense and had Me quickly bound and gagged, then sacked and heaved upon his horse

    7. Arthur’s sidekick, similar of shape and appearance but with more pimples, stood and said nervously, ‘You said you wore those little things because if you were naked we might tell our parents and you’d get sacked


    9. After all Nick’s many years of loyal service he was being sacked within hours of the new owners taking over the business, “You’re deadly serious, aren’t you?” said Nick with a note of desperation in his voice

    10. He knew that if he was caught interfering with the process he would be sacked instantly

    11. He would be sacked when Gary David found that bloody coin

    12. Stu had his own business so his time was his own and Spock didn’t really give a shit if they sacked him from his dustbin man’s job, he was fed up with that anyway and Stu said that he would employ Spock, but he knew Stu wouldn’t pay much

    13. They defeated the Nordic-Nemedians and sacked some of their cities, but did not halt

    14. I got sacked today

    15. I’ve never been sacked before

    16. He should have known me better then that from when I sacked of him first time round

    17. Reinstatement of all the men who've been sacked

    18. Reinstatement of all the men who've been "sacked"

    19. When this bloke found out David had been sacked he rang him at home, said he could put a bit of work his way

    20. with Thorpe and George sacked him on the spot, but Maurice says the truth is that

    21. It took him a long time to accept that he had been sacked

    22. Sacked! Harold Brinks should have been able to leave with dignity but they didn’t let him

    23. Funny if they got sacked because of him!

    24. Colonel Aureliano Buendía did not show any sign of anger, but his spirit only calmed down when his bodyguard had sacked the widow’s house and reduced it to ashes

    25. When Plorse was sacked by orderrans my family tried to flee to this continent, but only I managed to make it

    26. Based on record found in both Widdion and Leoj were learnt that both countries sacked Calquax

    27. We saved it from loot and destruction by replacing it with a replica just before the first temple of Jerusalem was sacked by an Egyptian expedition after the death of King Solomon

    28. before the temple was sacked by the Babylonians a King

    29. Harris's failure to implement the order to attack oil supplies sooner was a major catastrophe and he should have been sacked

    30. The Phoenician cities of Byblos, Tyre and Sidon had also been sacked by the Sea People that attacked the Hittites and Egyptians

    31. Italy, until the Gauls moved down from northern Italy and sacked the city in 387 BC

    32. And by the time the Visigoths sacked Rome in 410, Rome, as head of a great

    33. Hispania, across the neck of the Mediterranean to Africa and back across the Mediterranean to Italy where they too sacked Rome in the year 455

    34. The Visigoths sacked Rome in the year 410, and opportunity existed for Christianity to fill the growing power vacuum

    35. 'Yes, the Admiral of the Artooroian fleet was sacked for using the fleet for a personal vendetta of some sort, and his second-in-command, a chap named Veron, was promoted

    36. time sacked out in front of a television set, or on their home computer

    37. ‘’Her directives to me were both clear and simple: first, to find and acquire foodstuff for our millions of refugees; second, to do what is needed to bring peace and order back to this World, so that it would finally become fully productive instead of being sacked and burned down by successive waves of invaders and tyrants: and third, to reestablish as much as feasible some measure of justice and fairness for all

    38. When she had found the messages from Sandy on Jason's phone referencing the information about her that he had sold for thousands of dollars she had sacked her friend immediately

    39. But it looks like I’ve been sacked

    40. “I never know what you’ve heard and what you haven’t,” said Will, “but in case you didn’t know, I thought I would tell you that the Finance Minister has been sacked, and the Governor of the Reserve Bank has been arrested

    41. But the chairmen of the two main banks were arrested, then the Governor of the Reserve Bank was charged with ‘crimes against the State’, and finally the Finance Minister was sacked

    42. “Sod off,” shouted Luke, thinking he would rather survive and be sacked than not survive at all

    43. “They said I would be ‘let go’, which is a nice way of saying I would be sacked

    44. He was effectively sacked, and has a chip on his shoulder and a grudge against us

    45. For example, I know how furious you are to have been sacked from your previous job, and how you would be only too happy in some way to seek revenge for the way you have been treated

    46. However much he hated his present job, where everybody knew that he had been more or less sacked from Head of Section 11, he still had a good few years to go before he retired, and he didn’t want to get caught up working for the Russians

    47. Steve Montgomery, the managing director of First ScotRail has now made a statement, effectively saying that there will be no reinstatement of the sacked employee, whilst, on the other side, Bob Crow, the general secretary of the RMT has also waded in with his side of things

    48. During the campaign of 634, the entire region between Gaza and Caesarea was devastated; four thousand peasants, Christians, Jews, and Samaritans who were simply defending their land were massacred during the campaigns in Mesopotamia between 635 and 642, monasteries were sacked, the monks were killed, and Monophysite Arabs executed or forced to convert

    49. It was stormed and sacked by the Parisian mob in 1789 on 14 July, now commemorated as Bastille Day, marking the beginning of the French Revolution

    50. He has sacked several police officers in his former state because of extortion

    1. The brief glimpses of my new home in this subterranean world that I had stored away as I watched and listened through the sacking started to coalesce and form a broader landscape

    2. I felt rough fibres catching at the corners of my mouth as though I were being force fed a winding sheet, and then, as stars started to explode across my eyelids, I realised with a flood of relief that my head and shoulders were still covered by the sacking

    3. I pulled the material up and over my head and threw the sacking to the foot of the mattress

    4. I had to wear the sacking over my head

    5. In my confused state I had no idea where the hessian sacking was

    6. Where in the name of all that is holy was the sacking? Always wear the sacking in the presence of the guards

    7. I whipped off the sacking and burned the cigarette down to the butt in two or three long, lung busting drags

    8. None of them had ever dared ask for clarification or assistance, presuming that such admissions would reveal a lack of competence and a summary sacking

    9. He still could not believe he had been tasked with the sacking of Pyr, and if it came to that, its razing

    10. Before we left, word reached us that Luis de Vera and the rear guard had been surprised by D’Aubigny while sacking a village and routed

    11. Trailing off, Simon stared at the object—a round bundle wrapped in sacking and loosely tied with a cutting of coarse rope

    12. Perhaps he intends sacking the city and destroying it

    13. The warmth of his body helps as it softens the plastic sacking; the chord that Dippa used first was badly tied and loosens along with the plastic

    14. He would drift around, playing pool, easing his solitude with occasional women, sacking the hiding places where Úrsula had forgotten her money

    15. On the following Monday, after sacking and sending back to the United States the bulk of the sycophantic staff of MacArthur and bringing in fresh blood, General Collins flew to Korea, landing in Pusan to confer with Lieutenant General Walker and to see the frontlines by himself, something that MacArthur or Almond had never done

    16. The President then proceeded to waste little time in sacking Admiral Kimmel and General Short for a gross neglect of duty

    17. Records now reveal that Portal gave serious consideration to sacking Harris but flinched from doing so as Harris had direct access to Churchill, visiting him on a weekly basis at Chequers

    18. year 732, crushing the forces of Duke Eudes of Aquitaine at Bordeaux and sacking the city

    19. The only firm date we have about that period of troubles is the year 878, when an army of rebels led by a Huang Chao besieged Guangzhou and subsequently massacred thousands of foreign merchants living there, on top of sacking the city

    20. But the later effect of this episode is noticeably troublesome when other colleagues of Jeremy Clarkson have left the job to protest against his sacking giving us a feeling that this behaviour was not a gross misconduct

    21. “As it happens, I had heard about the sacking, and knew that the Governor had disappeared from the scene, but I didn’t know he’d been arrested or why,” said the attache

    22. Of course, the documents were forgeries circulated by the Government in London, but there remained unease in some quarters that the sacking and subsequent arrest of their colleague, the Finance Minister, for ‘crimes against the State’, might be seen as ill-judged, and could even be interpreted as evidence that the papers might, after all, be genuine

    23. Protect seeds/seedlings from sun, rain and predators with canopies (fronds or sacking) and

    24. Prepare a canopy of sacking or fronds to protect the bed from sun

    25. I wound sacking around my hands because I had to use black-bandorscroll: a horrible, poisonous plant with blistering juices

    26. coarse jute sacking, laid it on the table, and unwrapped it

    27. Since then, he has talked constantly of "sacking the

    28. In June he will invade, sacking the small territory

    29. No smoke without fire was the generally accepted reaction to his sacking

    30. pointed his device at the piece of sacking, from a few feet

    31. Three and a half years of college, he recalled, and there he was, at the age of twenty-three, sacking groceries again

    32. He was sacking groceries when he was fifteen

    33. The chief thing is he is 'a man of business and _seems_ kind,' that was something, wasn't it, to send the bags and big box for them! A kind man, no doubt after that! But his _bride_ and her mother are to drive in a peasant's cart covered with sacking (I know, I have been driven in it)

    34. Burton swallowed hard as he waited for his sacking

    35. This job was the cause of the sacking of the Semi-drunk and another man named Bill Bates, who were sent into the kitchen to clean it down and prepare it for painting and distempering

    36. On the broad green to the west of the church, hundreds of traders had set out their stalls – then hastily covered them with sheets of oiled sacking or felted cloth to keep the rain off

    37. ” Over the last year, French ships had raided towns on the south coast of England, sacking the ports and setting fire to ships in the harbours

    38. He wrapped it in coarse sacking

    39. The sound, mocking and cruel, came faintly to his ears, as though muffled by sand or sacking

    40. And then I heard him fall, and rise, and fall again, with a sound like the ripping of sacking

    41. He had visited it during the day, and had spread some sacking so that we could lie at our ease, and look straight down into the museum

    42. She could endure the sight of her own child in aprons made of sacking and the girls in Ashley

    43. He tried sacking more ex-Stalinists, but that just turned the army and police top brass against him (they were all ex-Stalinists)

    44. He wiped his hand on a piece of gunny sacking and inspected the cut

    45. The south wall was made of three sheets of rusty corrugated iron, the east wall a square of moldy carpet tacked between two boards, the north wall a strip of roofing paper and a strip of tattered canvas, and the west wall six pieces of gunny sacking

    46. The chief thing is he is ‘a man of business and seems kind,’ that was something, wasn’t it, to send the bags and big box for them! A kind man, no doubt after that! But his bride and her mother are to drive in a peasant’s cart covered with sacking (I know, I have been driven in it)

    47. ’ So I went and paid the ostler, and harnessed, put in all the hay that was left, and covered it with sacking for her to sit on

    1. The Fruit and Vegetable market is an orchestra of colours and smells of big, fat sacks showing shiny black and green olives

    2. several heavy jute sacks

    3. gunny sacks so that the root crop could be stored for the winter

    4. I just covered it with a stretch of cloth and left it next to the plaster sacks and mortaring equipment against the wall

    5. With fourteen sacks of the quarterback last year, he’s a player that you have to know where he is, all the time

    6. DD Daniels had two sacks, four tackles, intercepted a pass, pressured the quarterback half a dozen times and had now taken out the QB for the season and there was still eight minutes to play in the second quarter

    7. Kay wondered if they had planned for this condition, because he was barely gone from the room before a group of Galeron’s men were lumbering back into the area burdened by heavy sacks of coins

    8. The heavyset man moved over to the sacks, untying each one in turn

    9. And, if they made the pinch before anyone got out, Mike would be as guilty as the mules with sacks of cocaine taped to their lower backs

    10. Her two huge straw bags were on the floor beside the bed? How had she got them from the back of my car into the room without waking me? Some of the contents of one of the sacks had spilled out upon the floor

    11. Lanris on the other hand seemed quite relaxed, resting on the sacks nonchalantly and seemingly more concerned about the serving time of Mott’s stew

    12. As an afterthought, Colling purchased a dozen sacks of potatoes and threw them in on top of their luggage

    13. Joining the feast did cause them to miss the bus, but they had no difficulty in securing a ride, joining ten others in the back of a truck loaded with sacks of pesticide, bound for Marale where they hopped off at the bus terminal

    14. He traveled with a companion, Jade I guessed, and they had several animals with them bearing sacks

    15. They tossed sacks in the shell of an awaiting van

    16. “Major, there’s nothing more to gain here other than those sacks of rice, those crates of medication and the canned food

    17. A couple of those who had left their guns behind to carry sacks and crates tried to make a run towards the Rovers for their AKs

    18. Around it lay scattered crates and sacks

    19. Shortly after, they returned with two sacks full of wooden cups, which they had found in a provision carriage

    20. They only paused to check on Araltall’s wound and fill their water sacks, and by the next evening, they reached the rest of the army who had camped by a small forest

    21. Nor about the sacks she's woven

    22. Her body parts were put in sacks, then stuffed in suitcases

    23. some in cement casing but most in vinyl sacks

    24. farmland now lined with blue sacks filled with radioactive topsoil that had been removed

    25. ment at the top of the sacks for the grain

    26. They carried heavy sacks, collected from every smithy in the region

    27. The contents of the sacks went in along with them

    28. 45 And after this Joseph ordered him to be called who was set over the storehouse, to fill their sacks with corn as much as they could carry, and to restore every man's money into his sack, and to give them provision for the road, and so did he to them

    29. 4 And at noon time Joseph sent for the men to come before him with Benjamin, and the men told the superintendent of Joseph's house concerning the silver that was returned in their sacks, and he said to them, It will be well with you, fear not, and he brought their brother Simeon to them

    30. 23 At that time Joseph commanded his officer to fill their sacks with food, and to put each man's money into his sack, and to put the cup in the sack of Benjamin, and to give them provision for the road, and they did so to them

    31. 25 Then Joseph commanded to fill their sacks with corn, and to restore every man's money into his sack, and to give them provision for the way: and so he did to them

    32. 35 And it came to pass as they emptied their sacks, that, looking, every man's bundle of money was in his sack: and when both they and their father saw the bundles of money, they were afraid

    33. 18 And the men were afraid, because they were brought into Joseph's house; and they said, Because of the money that was returned in our sacks at the first time are we brought in; that he may seek occasion against us, and fall on us, and take us for bondmen, and our asses

    34. 21 And it came to pass, when we came to the inn, that we opened our sacks, and, note, every man's money was in the mouth of his sack, our money in full weight: and we have brought it again in our hand

    35. 1 And he commanded the steward of his house, saying, Fill the men's sacks with food, as much as they can carry, and put every man's money in his sack's mouth

    36. 4 They did work wilily, and went and made as if they had been ambassadors, and took old sacks on their asses, and wine bottles, old, and rent, and bound up;

    37. 25 Then Joseph commanded to fill their sacks with corn, and to restore every

    38. 35 And it came to pass as they emptied their sacks, that, behold, every man's

    39. again in the mouth of your sacks, carry it again in your hand; peradventure it

    40. and they said, Because of the money that was returned in our sacks at the first

    41. 21 And it came to pass, when we came to the inn, that we opened our sacks,

    42. father, hath given you treasure in your sacks: I had your money

    43. 1 And he commanded the steward of his house, saying, Fill the men's sacks

    44. I sat in with well-known advertising legends like Dan Seymour, Henry Schachte, Ted Wilson, Don Armstrong, Paul Gerhold, Larry D’Aloise, Ed Robinson, Rud McKee, Allan Sacks, Nancy Stephenson, Bob Colwell, Harry Treleaven, Chip Meads, Ruth Downing, O’Neill Ryan, Jack Devine, Philip Mygatt, John Monsarrat, Stever Aubrey, and of course, Chairman of the Board Norman Strouse

    45. 45 And after this Joseph ordered him to be called who was set over the storehouse to fill their sacks with corn as much as they could carry and to restore every man's money into his sack and to give them provision for the road and so did he to them

    46. 4 And at noon time Joseph sent for the men to come before him with Benjamin and the men told the superintendent of Joseph's house concerning the silver that was returned in their sacks and he said to them It will be well with you fear not and he brought their brother Simeon to them

    47. 23 At that time Joseph commanded his officer to fill their sacks with food and to put each man's money into his sack and to put the cup in the sack of Benjamin and to give them provision for the road and they did so to them

    48. I found her on the back porch with an armload of sacks

    49. Boxcars filled with timber, potatoes or sacks of grain were uncoupled one at a time from one train and switched over to another

    50. Once past the peak of the half-moon bridge our tasks eased, and we managed to stumble into a shelter on the island, dropping the sacks but retaining our sweltering hoods

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