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1. An announcer begins to narrate the race.
2. ABOUT WHICH MANY HAVE UNCANNY TALES TO NARRATE.
3. These towns-We narrate to you some of their tales.
4. Maharaj Ji used to narrate an anecdote in this reference.
5. You may need not just to narrate on various issues, but.
6. Hear the similitude which I am about to narrate to you relative to fasting.
7. We narrate to you the most accurate history, by revealing to you this Quran.

8. This voice will be used to narrate your article when its converted into a.
9. She wasn’t going to narrate the whole thing, she didn’t want to sound silly.
10. Of parricides and other murderers he had tortures still more terrible to narrate.
11. I will not narrate the story of my life to you; you will hear it one of these days.
12. Three recovering alcoholics would narrate their history and problems due to alcohol consumption.
13. As he walked on he preconsidered the terms in which he would narrate the incident to the boys:.
14. The last Abisali never showed his face and had used typed words on the screen to narrate the plan.
15. In the event of your acceding to my request it is probably that I shall have to narrate them to you.
16. Everything We narrate to you of the history of the messengers is to strengthen your heart therewith.
17. Neither many hours, nor even many days, would suffice to narrate the results of prayer, by ancient and.
18. An incident, which I will narrate, has even made my faith deeper in Sun God and ancient Indian traditions.
19. I will first narrate the trading strategy, then I will offer a more concise summary at the end of this chapter.
20. They all wanted to narrate the whole things that happened in one and half years in my absence in a single night.
21. Making him feel at ease with her empathic gaze, she proceeded to narrate her tale of predicament and its aftermath.
22. Rehearse: To recite; to repeat the words of a passage or composition; to narrate or recount events or transactions.
23. Here is that fact beyond fiction, he began to narrate with a parental pride that didn’t escape my attention.
24. If James Earl Jones had been chosen to narrate this briefing film, it would have been even more terrifying to watch.
25. He was unsure whether she would believe him but he decided he would nevertheless narrate the events that had transpired.
26. I need not narrate in detail the further struggles I had, and arguments I used, to get matters regarding the legacy settled as I wished.
27. On Doomsday God will inspire the earth to narrate what has happened on its surface, and what humanity has done, whether it was good or evil.
28. While some accounts appear to describe scenes as selected, others narrate the experience as including details that they had long forgotten.
29. Finally, as a last resort, I hauled out everything I could remember from my early schooldays, and I tried to narrate our adventures in Latin.
30. He was amazed that Stepan should narrate the story of his crimes as if they had been things of long ago, and committed not by him but by some different man.
31. Thus gloomy were her thoughts while Major Cookham continued to narrate, and it didn't enter his head that she mightn't be enjoying herself as much as he was.
32. He was worried, but Victoria made him narrate every detail of their appearance and behavior, then assured him the animals were herbivores and would be more likely to run than charge.
33. He started to narrate his tale of woe, telling the assembly that someone had stolen his missing shoe while he was sleeping on a park bench and that he needed some money for a new pair, if only someone would be so kind to help.
34. If I should come to you and narrate a supposed circumstance which fit together no better than this narrative fits the notion commonly taught from it, you would mock the story as a fictitious imagination, and you would be treating it right.
35. Before proceeding further, it will be to the purpose to narrate in some detail, a singular occurrence which took place at about the same epoch, in Montfermeil, and which is not lacking in coincidence with certain conjectures of the indictment.
36. While preparing the coffee and picturing their togetherness on the train, she recalled her weird experience in the coupe, and as if the milk on the burner too shared her urge to narrate the episode to her lover, it boiled itself in double quick time.
37. We can narrate the burial of the Son of Man and put in this record the events associated with his resurrection, but we cannot supply much information of an authentic nature about what really transpired during this epoch of about thirty-six hours, from three o'clock Friday afternoon to three o'clock Sunday morning.
1. While narrating his story, Corey began to cry.
2. He was kept busy narrating and phone camming.
3. Narrating the Self: Fictions of Japanese Modernity.
4. The story of this unfortunate girl is worth narrating.
5. He had been narrating non-stop and exclaiming thoroughly.
6. While Timmy was narrating his story to my mother, his tears.
7. While narrating his story he told his relatives that he thought.
8. By having naked women narrating and taking the parts of the men, men will watch.
9. Bhishma , the grand sire, while narrating to Yudhistir about the dialogues of Karal named as.
10. It’s really disgusting! Mother stopped after narrating the heart-breaking tale of Lalit.
11. Have him get his favorite reporters to the White House, and have someone start narrating what’s going on.
12. Berg evidently enjoyed narrating all this, and did not seem to suspect that others, too, might have their own interests.
13. Never had the two ideas which governed the unhappy man whose sufferings we are narrating, engaged in so serious a struggle.
14. But yet I also wonder: why is Ulysses crying? And why does he start crying just when they start narrating his glorious actions?
15. Claire kept repeating the words in her head as if she were narrating a story rather than experiencing the event in her actual life.
16. Before narrating the adventures of these distinguished persons, let us go back twenty years, and ask what became of Natasha and Bodlevski.
17. While narrating these things, every time Queequeg received the tomahawk from me, he flourished the hatchet-side of it over the sleeper's head.
18. I reluctantly started narrating to them how I had spent my last holiday, though not without using the English words wrongly at one point or the other.
19. Auditory: Auditory people are prone to narrating an experience with language such as, Hearing the sound of the waves crash, I turned my head to the side to.
20. Eliza was hoping to keep the memory of her best friend alive, wearing the dress Millie picked out for herself and narrating a special presentation at the dance.
21. Joey did not understand the words the computer was narrating, neither could he under the writing on the subtitles, so Lezura had to translate so he could understand.
22. While reading it, he had heard the man’s voice so clearly in his head, he thought he could easily have been standing beside him or behind him narrating it to him.
23. In his later teachings he sought to correct many erroneous Urantia views of life by narrating numerous parables which he presented in the course of his public ministry.
24. The book is structured in a way that how this transformation happened in his life, narrating the incidents in some places along with the words of wisdom spoken and written by Gandhi.
25. As always happens in such cases, the chief governing thread of the conversation was not the engagement itself, but the part which those who were narrating the story of the affair took in it.
26. During the Turkish reign over the country, a certain pasha sat with a large group of notables who were gathered around listening attentively to him narrating the events of an incident that had taken place the previous day.
27. Gillenormand adored the Bourbons, and had a horror of 1789; he was forever narrating in what manner he had saved himself during the Terror, and how he had been obliged to display a vast deal of gayety and cleverness in order to escape having his head cut off.
28. The Cossack, not knowing in what company he was, for Napoleon’s plain appearance had nothing about it that would reveal to an Oriental mind the presence of a monarch, talked with extreme familiarity of the incidents of the war, says Thiers, narrating this episode.
29. In saying this, I intended to imply that we must come to an understanding about the mimetic art,--whether the poets, in narrating their stories, are to be allowed by us to imitate, and if so, whether in whole or in part, and if the latter, in what parts; or should all imitation be prohibited?
30. I began narrating him, saving neither verbs nor adjectives, on the primitive years of my infancy, flowing of the home-loving life in the city with my father in the head, where an army of caregivers commanded by the affable hand of my mother was craving to condense our most insignificant desires.
31. Notwithstanding the singularly realistic style of these writings, their freedom from ordinary signs of exaltation, their strange quietness of tone in narrating events, which have furnished pabulum to the arts of nearly two thousand years, they adhere throughout to this representation of the life and speech of Jesus.
32. At the moment when the drama which we are narrating is on the point of penetrating into the depths of one of the tragic clouds which envelop the beginning of Louis Philippe's reign, it was necessary that there should be no equivoque, and it became requisite that this book should offer some explanation with regard to this king.
33. Secondly: People ashore have indeed some indefinite idea that a whale is an enormous creature of enormous power; but I have ever found that when narrating to them some specific example of this two-fold enormousness, they have significantly complimented me upon my facetiousness; when, I declare upon my soul, I had no more idea of being facetious than Moses, when he wrote the history of the plagues of Egypt.
1. We narrated the entire story.
2. Cynthia narrated her entire story.
3. He narrated the story to his own mother.
4. As they ate, Elam narrated what he had seen.
5. A man narrated with a voice filled with doom.
6. SIGNS BEFORE THE DAY OF JUDGEMENT: NARRATED BY.
7. He narrated me every ups and downs of his life.
8. Buraida narrated on the authority of his father.
9. Keshavrao reached home and narrated the happening.
10. It was narrated that the messenger of Allah said:.
11. Then Sunena narrated her tale after thinking a while.
12. NARRATED BY AUF BIN MALIK THAT MUHAMMAD (PBUH) SAID.
13. The facts narrated above are not from the Radia tapes.
14. In the thirteenth chapter of Daniel is narrated the.
15. At this point Poseidon, as narrated in the Odyssey (Od.
16. Shaldin narrated a few incidents of the trip, then Mrs.
17. You released Set and his brethren, Jacobi narrated.
18. When her husband returned home, she narrated the episode.
19. I narrated my whole life's story to Mike, beginning with my.
20. It is narrated: in the community of No Fate, that a Man Poets.
21. Michael narrated his story and explained about the telepathic.
22. I narrated them the entire stories that encountered in my life.
23. A pathetic ambience filled the place as Cleo narrated the story.
24. HADITH: The sayings of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), as narrated.
25. I looked at him in bewilderment as he narrated the whole chapter.
26. Aylon had a plan in mind which he quickly narrated to Sam, he saw.
27. Listen!' And she narrated all that she had dreamed and thought to see.
28. Farebrother—an incident which she narrated to her mother and father.
29. There is also a sequel to this tragedy, narrated by Sophocles in Oedipus.
30. Since the events about to be narrated, nothing in fact has changed at Yonville.
31. John went home soon afterwards, and narrated the whole encounter to his mother.
32. I narrated my entire story in front of Pradeep, from the beginning to the ending.
33. Bhajan is nothing but an awakening, it can not be written nor can it be narrated.
34. Montana was all ears and not even a hair of his moved while Minto narrated it all.
35. A Panther-hunt, which had a somewhat unexpected conclusion, is narrated by the Rev.
36. Narrated by a witty, opinionated dog named Chiclet, this terrific book is fil ed.
37. And he narrated his whole conversation with the French doctor and the reasons that.
38. He also narrated: I worked this technique with a vulnerable Marine lieutenant I'll call.
39. Narasaiah, on hand, then narrated the tale, as if he were the eyewitness to the happenings.
40. About a week subsequently to the incidents above narrated, Miss Temple, who had written to Mr.
41. With swelling chest he narrated the glories of his adventure and exhibited the spoils of conquest.
42. He had almost finished his fish while she talked, she had eaten little of hers while she narrated.
43. Then she readily narrated her experience in the city bus, and said, ‘All that would seem so funny now.
44. One day Gauri didi narrated her entire life’s story in front me before I would tell about my hard days.
45. The long siege is narrated in the Iliad, the long Odyssey and the final battle are narrated in the Odyssey.
46. Everything just got way off hand that I lost control of all those things I used to have,‖he narrated.
47. It was narrated that the companions of the messenger of Allah (May the blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) were:.
48. Stella, one of our hostel neighbours, narrated her miraculous escape from an accident on her way back from the vacation.
49. By the meager light of oil lamp -in his room at the temple- the priest finished writing what Elam had narrated day by day.
50. And he narrated his whole conversation with the French doctor and the reasons that convinced him that Métivier was a spy.
51. Our sir the messenger of Allah clarified this verse in his trusted Hadeeth narrated in Saheeh Al-Bokhary and Muslim, he said:.
52. She had narrated the event, exactly as she had told it to Mel and Alice and to the police, and had answered questions about it.
53. As an added twist to this story, it will be narrated from two viewpoints—a human observer and the primitive mind of the tiger.
54. He had already narrated the adventure which had brought about Fred's sharing in his work, but had kept back the further result.
55. They are precious indications that should inspire the reader to reflect more deeply on the meaning of the facts that are narrated.
56. If the accused could speak he could a tale unfold—one of the strangest that have ever been narrated between the covers of a book.
57. Those, I said, which are narrated by Homer and Hesiod, and the rest of the poets, who have ever been the great story-tellers of mankind.
58. I would address it in more detail later, of course, and it really wouldn’t make that difference to the end result if Mother narrated.
59. We now have a clearer idea about what could have happened, what he had actually narrated and about one more thing: the reason for the days.
60. By the time the two parties had narrated their several adventures, the cruiser's boat had returned with supplies and arms for the expedition.
61. There is some silence for awhile and then the computer says, Here is a short narrated version of what has been happening the past 350 years.
62. Jesus narrated three or four parables from the Hebrew scriptures, calling attention to the fact that this method of teaching was not wholly new.
63. The episode that changed the psyche of the Hindus forever is thus narrated in Romila Thapar’s A History of India published by Penguin India.
64. While she prepared their meal, she narrated her life and times, and said in the end, ‘I’ve only to blame myself, for I never made him feel wanted.
65. Nothing could be more natural than the sequence of events as narrated by this lady, and nothing stranger than the result when viewed, for instance, by Mr.
66. Her expression, as he narrated victories or defeats, did not mirror the wild rage or fiendish exultation that alternated on the faces of the other Tecuhltli.
67. Eventually they dropped their weapons to apologise to each other while I simultaneously narrated them the part they had to play to stop people riot each other.
68. Did he see only a second coincidence in the second scene narrated to him, described by the narrator as A Pisgah Sight of Palestine or The Parable of the Plums?
69. Kaha often didn’t use the sound from what she filmed anyway, she just filmed people walking around talking to each other, put music to it, and narrated the script.
70. Then he narrated the contours of the conspiracy and the details of its execution with a sense of excitement, and added, ‘I wonder how anyone could have smelled a rat.
71. The duchess withdrew to hear from the page about his adventures in Sancho's village, which he narrated at full length without leaving a single circumstance unmentioned.
72. All these particulars are faithfully narrated here, as they will not fail to elucidate several most important, however intricate passages, in scenes hereafter to be painted.
73. Interweaving in its proper place this darker thread with the story as publicly narrated on the ship, the whole of this strange affair I now proceed to put on lasting record.
74. The Dragons’ eyes dilated and their senses froze, as Cleo narrated the story about her dream, the Ultimans, the Jaquilins, Minto, his discoveries, the EURO-lab and what not.
75. Today, with some knowledge and a computer connected to the Internet, anyone can check what is narrated in these lines and also make new contributions to a better understanding.
76. Among the marvelous incidents that were narrated in this respect, that Imam Ali was in a battle, one of the enemies asked for a Muslim to duel with him, imam Ali went out to fight him.
77. He narrated that episode so persistently and with so important an air that everyone believed in the merit and usefulness of his deed, and he had obtained two decorations for Austerlitz.
78. His exploits and hairbreadth escapes were legion, and it is practically a series of these that are narrated in the present volume, with all the rapidity and spirit that the boyish temper loves.
79. This latter circumstance, with its own particular accompaniments, forming what may be called the secret part of the tragedy about to be narrated, never reached the ears of Captain Ahab or his mates.
80. The events already narrated and leading up to this hour of the Master's impending crucifixion are sufficient to indicate that his death at about this time was a purely natural and man-managed affair.
81. For my humor's sake, I shall preserve the style in which I once narrated it at Lima, to a lounging circle of my Spanish friends, one saint's eve, smoking upon the thick-gilt tiled piazza of the Golden Inn.
82. When he’d finally narrated his way back to the little white cube in which they now sat, he and the detective both yawned, so close to simultaneously it was impossible to determine who had influenced whom.
83. The latter part of his tale had kindled anew in me the anger that had died away while he narrated his peaceful life among the cottagers, and as he said this I could no longer suppress the rage that burned within me.
84. Let us turn back,—that is one of the story-teller's rights,—and put ourselves once more in the year 1815, and even a little earlier than the epoch when the action narrated in the first part of this book took place.
85. Went in and climbed on a high point and said loudly: praise to God, oh! Men of Quarter, we haven’t descended with good, so our children, if we are away, protect our women dignity then he narrated the event of M.
86. It was narrated that Haroon Ar'rasheed (the caliph) appointed his brother Bahlool (he was a virtuous man) to be the observer upon markets, it is like the ministry of rations now, to observe measures, scales and prices in markets.
87. I shared all my experienced; narrated them all the tough moments of my training period; told about my friends, Parul, Sabita and Purobi; and all the incidents and problems that I faced during my one and half year training period.
88. We rode the moving staircase at O’Hare together leaving, and he had humiliated me the day before by retelling this story in front of my girlfriend at the Frank Lloyd Wright home during the UC trolley tour narrated by Wally Blum.
89. Tarana then narrated the whole Karunesh-Vaidehi story, how Gomz brought her back, how she nearly killed her, then escaped with Ansh, how they murdered an old slayer and got hold of an ancient book containing all supernatural secrets.
90. The scene is laid in the house of Cephalus at the Piraeus; and the whole dialogue is narrated by Socrates the day after it actually took place to Timaeus, Hermocrates, Critias, and a nameless person, who are introduced in the Timaeus.
91. My father narrated the whole bitter episode of Purnima; how he had managed to settle everything; how he managed the marriage of Purnima in a good family; and all the day to day life incidents that encountered in our family during my absence.
92. Many survivors have mentioned the captain's name and narrated some incident to bring out his courage and helpfulness in the emergency; but it was left to a fireman on board the Titanic to tell the story of his death and to record his last message.
93. But when a later writer narrated these events, subsequent to the enlargement of the Jewish concept of the nature of God, he did not dare attribute evil to Yahweh; therefore he said: `And Satan stood up against Israel and provoked David to number Israel.
94. The scribe’s childhood memory was a powerful one, that much is true, and would have gained them some time; the memories and stories of a mind-dweller are always strong in warding off mental attack, but only while they are being remembered or narrated, and for a while afterwards.
95. While sipping a hot chocolate-coffee mixture from ancient, fragile cups and saucers, amid elegant furniture and scores of silver and gold picture frames containing yellowing and fading photographs almost a century old, a young male secretary narrated from a hand-written book, the story of the gold.
96. As she narrated her story, beginning from her exploits as a former member and agent of the fraternity, her successful freedom from the grip of the fraternity; their unsuccessful devilish plans against me and now, their on-going unjustifiable revenge onslaught against me, my mother sank on one of the chairs.
97. 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.
98. Later, after Joe was gone, as Judy and I sat together for all those many hours poring over photographs and letters and scrapbooks, she was able to help me fill in the gaps, particularly at those key points in the story, many of which her father or her mother had narrated to her over and over again during the course of a lifetime.
99. I narrated them how I was treated by my mother; how the villagers tortures me and my family; how my father lost all his lands, cattle and properties; how I lost my son, Promod; why I took drastic steps to kill myself; why I left my home; why I spent in Gautami aunt’s house; and what had happened with me in my first job; I disclosed them everything.
100. Finally, the latest episode in Poland still fresh in the captain’s memory, and which he narrated with rapid gestures and glowing face, was of how he had saved the life of a Pole (in general, the saving of life continually occurred in the captain’s stories) and the Pole had entrusted to him his enchanting wife (parisienne de coeur) while himself entering the French service.
1. In sooth, that greatly resembles what Rubaudiere narrates.
2. If its history relates an initial English colonization, it also narrates conflicts between English, French and Spaniards.
3. In my book The Ulysseans, I hypothesized that the Iliad narrates the intense battle that sperm undertake when they try to enter into the ovum.
4. Those scenes served to remind Roger of green-yellow lizards in Kano, Africa, which he describes in his Odyssey to Opportunity when he narrates his trip to South Africa.
5. In this view, the Odyssey is no longer an odyssey as many see it but it is an initiation or an alchemical journey, which narrates the voyage of men and women from a condition of mortality to one of immortality.
6. The holy prophet passed a serious warning through many of his sayings about this great matter, that is owing to its danger, he warned those people of the severe hell fire on the day of judgment saying: ((Anyone who narrates falsely sayings of me which actually I never said, he will occupy his seat in the Hell fire)) [agreed on it.
7. One narrates the voyage of Telemachus who is looking for news about his father or, in other words, is looking for the father and the laws that he represents, beyond the maternal laws; the second narrates the transformational voyage that Ulysses undertakes with the help of Zeus, Athena and Hermes as he wanders around the Mediterranean; the third part narrates the preparation and the execution of the massacre of the Suitors, which is what Ulysses wants but which is what, above all, Zeus and Athena want to happen.

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