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1. He took out his purse.
2. I reached for my purse.
3. He took the purse, too.
4. Susan held her purse up.
5. She points to her purse.
6. I'll give him my purse.
7. What must be the purse.

8. The purse was not there.
9. Yes, it's in my purse.
10. Lydia picked up her purse.
11. Her purse was in a chair.
12. My gaze shot to my purse.
13. I have one in my purse.
14. Sally reached in her purse.
15. She opened her purse and.
16. Flashing the purse in my.
17. She stuffs it in her purse.
18. Yes, it’s a nice purse.
19. Claire offers up her purse.
20. I was taping into my purse.
21. I found it in your purse.
22. I pulled it out of my purse.
23. My story of one full purse.
24. I had my purse in my pocket.
25. Lydia returned with her purse.
26. I purse my lips, exasperated.
27. He emptied it into his purse.
28. It doesn’t fit in her purse.
29. Dope fiend dropped the purse.
30. And she had a gun in her purse.
31. PURSE AND TOSS THE COINS ASIDE.
32. Charlee went and got her purse.
33. For the second purse is also.
34. He found her purse on the floor.
35. I can see it when I purse them.
36. There was make-up in her purse.
37. But my purse will be exhausted.
38. Her purse was back on the floor.
39. Sue reached into the purse and.
40. My credit cards are in my purse.
41. I think she kept it in her purse.
42. You left your purse on the bus.
43. He seized an old hat and his purse.
44. The purse is in a class by itself.
45. A thousand dollar purse is nothing.
46. You are the one who stole my purse.
47. Whitton took out her purse and paid.
48. Then she grabbed her purse and left.
49. He bent over and picked up the purse.
50. Did you leave your purse at the.
51. She slung her purse over her shoulder.
52. He must have stolen someone’s purse.
53. The purse fell on Father Mabeuf's foot.
54. They left him his purse and his watch.
55. She again drew the bill from her purse.
56. Count it and say if that purse pleases.
57. Jean Valjean's purse was of no use to M.
58. It’s back in the house in my purse.
59. Look in my purse, it could be in there.
60. She hitched her purse over her shoulder.
61. There was a check for $250 in her purse.
62. Eventually he pulled out a small purse.
63. She dropped her purse by the front door.
64. And crowns for convoy put into his purse.
65. She tucked her knife back into her purse.
66. Then said Faint-heart, Deliver thy purse.
67. That’s the lady I stole the purse from.
68. I have his purse, I said with pride.
69. Mom stands up too, and picks up her purse.
70. The second victim's purse contained $144.
71. I didn’t mean that the purse was bad.
72. Clarice nodded and then held out her purse.
73. She dropped the phone back into her purse.
74. She washed her face and grabbed her purse.
75. Carol fished a small book out of her purse.
76. I drew out my purse; a meagre thing it was.
77. The Witch dumps out her purse and several.
78. She rolled off of him and grabbed her purse.
79. He thinks he ’s found a bottomless purse.
80. I invited him to have a look in my purse.
81. My purse, my phone, and my best clothes.
82. Then I walked over and handed Sue her purse.
83. She dug in her purse and handed them to him.
84. She opened her purse to look for her wallet.
85. I guess that’s when he threw my purse out.
86. She opened her purse and took out her wallet.
87. I dug it out of my purse and handed it to him.
88. Listen, she said, fumbling in her purse.
89. Then he saw a black purse in the living room.
90. Something stirred in her alligator-skin purse.
91. There was her big red purse sitting open on.
92. I said with a grin, You forgot your purse.
93. Your Purse will prosper, your Heart will grow.
94. She looked in her purse and counted her money.
95. The purse was huge; it was mustard with a big.
96. Herrick) an’ a Pulpit, a Purse, a Pussy-Cat.
97. I bought a pack of condoms to keep in my purse.
98. She disappeared the little gun into her purse.
99. There was only a two week supply in her purse.
100. He poured the coins into the purse at his belt.
1. Pursing her lips, she shakes her head.
2. Pursing his lips he says, Maybe later.
3. I’ll be there she said pursing her lips.
4. Englishman looked on sideways, pursing up his lips.
5. Sykes coolly regarded his junior, pursing his lips.
6. Pursing his lips, Trevor hesitated before answering.
7. Thoughtful, pursing his lips, he gazed across the table.
8. The Englishman looked on sideways, pursing up his lips.
9. Pursing his lips, he says, This is not reassuring you.
10. Don’t be so sure, Son, his mother said, pursing her lips.
11. And pursing her lips she slowly drew a long stitch of grey thread.
12. Sebastian looked back at Glen and considered him, pursing his lips.
13. Pursing his lips, Drola has moved a few steps…, but not enough.
14. His lips were pursing up, and then going in, and out, and in, and out.
15. He avoided her eyes, pursing his lips and looking fixedly at the floor.
16. Mr Dedalus amid the din walked off, murmuring to himself with a pursing.
17. Lorrain, pursing up his lips, waved a severely negative finger before his nose.
18. The Decanus seemed uninterested in pursing any more information about Juko and moved on.
19. You lick your lips pursing them, sleepy, you reposition your legs over the sides of hips.
20. Practice pursing your lips and then stretching your mouth into a smile to reveal their teeth.
21. Mother was sitting with her back ramrod straight, pursing her lips and refusing to look at me.
22. Her brother shakes his head, pursing his lips at the way the scribe is willing to give up so easily.
23. The three of them shot worried glances at one another, my cousin Rosemary’s mouth pursing in…what? Worry? Disapproval?
24. For Sci–Coll, despite pursuing the concept of nothingness and trying to force reality to conform to its nihilistic ideology, is pursing something.
25. The bishop unfolded it, and only his many years of experience prevented him from pursing his lips in a silent whistle as he scanned the fifteen names written on it.
26. It's one o' them Juicy Coozy things, ain't it? He rubbed his hand along the rim while I studied the chrome water outlets dotted around the inside, pursing my lips.
27. He chuckled, “Since you grew into that—” I gestured at my naked body “—and I had to spend eight years without it,” he said and I feigned sympathy, pursing my lips.
28. The men were strong enough to bear up and keep quiet under this confused suspense; some letting their lower lip fall, others pursing it up, according to the habit of their muscles.
29. He instead chided the guards, pointing in the direction of Odalia and in his gruff language told them that arriving in the capital city by the next day was far more important than pursing anything else.
30. Gilla, pursing her lips at the lack of warning, dashes off to implement crisis plans for the meal while I go back to my room to continue the packing which I have been half-heartedly attacking on and off since we got back from Lyme.
31. Was running away the best decision he ever made, or was it the biggest mistake he ever made? What about pursing career over family? How the hell was he supposed to know? He knew they were related since running away for his career meant giving up a marriage and every relationship he had in India, including his parents if they hadn’t passed on.
1. Her lips pursed once more.
2. Van Thorn pursed his lips.
3. The lawyer pursed his lips.
4. Sir Richard pursed his lips.
5. Stefan pursed his thick lips.
6. The professor pursed his lips.
7. He pursed his lips and nodded.
8. Lips pursed, he turns to Sean.
9. Mary Catherine pursed her lips.
10. Sam pursed his lips and winced.
11. Tom pursed his lips and nodded.
12. Barron pursed his lips a moment.
13. He pursed his lips for a moment.
14. Del pursed his lips for a moment.
15. Tarac pursed his lips in thought.
16. She pursed her lips thoughtfully.
17. Shaking my head, I pursed my lips.
18. Medved pursed his lips skeptically.
19. Her lips pursed and popped as they.
20. Alex pursed his lips to hide a smile.
21. Andrew pursed his lips but did not.
22. Again those quick, pursed exhalations.
23. She pursed her lips a moment as she.
24. His lips were pursed, and he seemed.
25. He shrugged and pursed his thin lips.
26. Rebecca pursed her lips with distaste.
27. Beth pursed her lips and nodded shortly.
28. Yes, Barron said with pursed lips.
29. Alex pursed his lips and tilted his head.
30. She pursed her lips but didn’t respond.
31. Danny pursed his lips but refused to be.
32. Breckenridge pursed his lips momentarily.
33. Maurs pursed his lips and nodded slowly.
34. Even their lashes were pursed to a point.
35. Banks pursed his lips and slowly stood up.
36. When she returned she was pursed up close.
37. Breckenridge pursed his lips in annoyance.
38. Sammi pursed her lips and considered this.
39. Scarlett said nothing but pursed her lips.
40. Alex’s face was sullen, his lips pursed.
41. Moe pursed his lips in thought momentarily.
42. Patrick pursed his lips into a small smile.
43. He pursed his lips and paused for a minute.
44. He leaned out farther and pursed his lips.
45. Barron pursed his lips and shook his head.
46. Rivan pursed her lips and looked at the floor.
47. Barron pursed his lips and scratched his neck.
48. He shook his head slowly and pursed his lips.
49. She pursed her lips and gave me two thumbs-up.
50. I see, Hamid said again with pursed lips.
51. I pursed my lips a bit and rethought my theory.
52. Instead, she stared at me with her lips pursed.
53. Barron pursed his lips a moment before replying.
54. He pursed his lips and sighed through his nose.
55. His brows were now lowered and his lips pursed.
56. He pursed his lips then placed some disturbing.
57. Fung’s face was taut, his lips slightly pursed.
58. Shafer pursed his lips, thought about his answer.
59. Alex pursed his lips, contemplating her response.
60. Aidan pursed his lips and played with my fingers.
61. With pursed lips, she shakes her head; hesitating.
62. Dhaalu’s mouth pursed, ‘What did the Assassin.
63. Her lips, painted grey, pursed as she studied him.
64. The Queen pursed her lips and stared down at them.
65. Banks pursed his lips as he pondered the assessment.
66. Angel put her hands on her hips and pursed her lips.
67. She pursed her lips, thinking about how she could.
68. Ellen pursed her lips and nodded that she understood.
69. Daniel pursed his lips and nodded that he understood.
70. Maslenikoff pursed up his lips and began to meditate.
71. Connie pursed her lips as she studied the demanding.
72. Tyrone pursed his lips and sucked really hard on the.
73. His lips were pursed in a tight line that stretched.
74. Peter pursed his lips and then made obscene gestures.
75. Is that better? he asked as he pursed his lips.
76. Mary Catherine pursed her lips, her eyes locked on his.
77. Leclercq pursed his lips as he considered his response.
78. Gelahn folded his arms, pursed his lips for a heartbeat.
79. Bonnie lowered her head, and pursed her lips in thought.
80. Iago pursed his lips, having overheard the conversation.
81. What was me? She pursed her lips into a thin line.
82. Alex pursed his lips, in full command of their attention.
83. The ragged ends of his beard twitched as his lips pursed.
84. I pursed my lips and looked over to the documents again.
85. Gonzalez stared at her for a moment then pursed his lips.
86. Uncle Hobart pulled off the gas mask and pursed his lips.
87. Goodwater pursed her lips and blinked her eyes, counting.
88. Alex pursed his lips to hide a smirk at her cold shoulder.
89. As I did so, I pursed my lips together with the corners.
90. The judge sat back slightly and pursed his lips in thought.
91. The Weng Fe Tong leader pursed his lips and held up a hand.
92. Breckenridge pursed his lips, displeased with the response.
93. Stu looked at Spock, raised one eyebrow and pursed his lips.
94. Van Thorn pursed his lips, as if contemplating his response.
95. When I looked up she had her lips pursed and one brow raised.
96. Russell pursed his lips and looked at Sebastian quizzically.
97. Thomas pursed his lips; he had evidently expected the answer.
98. Stokes pursed his lips and Houston furrowed his brow as they.
99. Shiva, however, pursed his lips together and blew her a kiss.
100. He picked it up and pursed his lips as he inspected the fake.
1. He purses his lips at me.
2. They varied from individual cut purses.
3. I was born and the clothes and purses and.
4. He purses his lips and lets out a long breath.
5. They steal wallets and purses; mail, including.
6. She purses her lips, then says, You need stitches.
7. Let them open their hearts, and not their purses, and.
8. Purses, sunglasses, belts, shoes, fancy pens, you name it.
9. Jemelda purses her lips and Ralph bites back his foolishness.
10. They divine purses in pockets, they scent out watches in fobs.
11. Puller said, Nice catch on the Miró and the purses and shoes.
12. My mother purses her lips, but of course, doesn’t say anything.
13. The doctor purses her lips, and I know that Lynn is as good as dead.
14. My cousin quickly gave us his music cassettes to hide in our purses.
15. Come, I know your purses jingle happily this year, coaxed Antechron.
16. The group stood and began packing papers and folders into briefcases and purses.
17. The poor, who had trooped to the door, and who shared their purses, blessed them.
18. Heaviness of soul is heavy purses earned under cunning devices and slave workers.
19. And, of course, the more there are of us the easier it will be on our slim purses.
20. I wouldn’t have cared if Henrietta left all her clothes and purses or brought them.
21. Without saying a word we both grab our purses and head out to meet the cab downstairs.
22. Sell your possessions and give to charity; take to yourselves purses that wax not old.
23. Hand over the hook-horn and your purses, and we’ll let you leave with your lives.
24. Nor did they as openly transfer crisp bills from their own pretty purses to the bookies.
25. I love how they call their purses handbags and steal packs of sugar from restaurants.
26. He had probably come to steal coins from people’ s purses while they were absorbed in the trial.
27. Can I take that to mean… Jeanine purses her lips and pauses for a few seconds before finishing.
28. They now, stretching themselves after sitting so long, and replacing their purses and pocketbooks, entered the ballroom.
29. Nicola knows that Simon is lying and putting on an act pretending that it is of no concern and purses her lips in frustration.
30. As the others nodded in agreement, Nancy fetched one of the heavy purses she had been lugging around and threw it at d’Artagnan.
31. I had never paid for any of Henrietta’s things, all the clothes, the Hermes purses at about twelve hundred or two thousand a pop.
32. She didn’t seem to be armed, although she wore at her belt two strangely-shaped sorts of purses holding each a sizeable metal object.
33. Thumbling crept still farther in, and as it soon became quite dark, they were forced to go home with their vexation and their empty purses.
34. They now, stretching themselves after sitting so long, and replacing their purses and pocketbooks, entered the both with merry countenances.
35. Make for yourselves purses which don't grow old a treasure in the heavens that doesn't fail where no thief approaches neither moth destroys.
36. She purses her lips and glares at them, muttering about how ‘this is a political expedition and they need to take their jobs more seriously.
37. She tilts her head and purses her lips in a way that tells him she is not going to continue talking about it and he should stop being obnoxious.
38. Grabbing the basket of food as well as the basket containing her baby and the two purses full of gold, Nancy then left the Cardinal’s apartments.
39. She thought it strange, people had a habit of always following the same routines every day, keys, purses and other everyday items had their place.
40. Brian did as he was told and then, without the women noticing, stuffed the extra cash back into their purses as they made their way to the bathroom.
41. Individuals who are familiar with the cigar purse concept will recognize why these antique-looking boutique style purses are truly an appreciated gift.
42. His happy men didn’t waste time in obeying him, grabbing Viking purses left and right and quickly becoming richer than they ever could have imagined before.
43. Even though the economy these days have caused people to tighten the strings on their purses, many US workers are not taking any time off for vacation much anymore.
44. A broken ankle here, a fractured wrist there, some jewelry missing from the front desk, three purses stolen–all tort claims for mental anguish and spoiled vacations.
45. The Sun was low on the horizon when the last of the foodstuff had been safely picked up, leaving many local merchants beaming with satisfaction, their purses much heavier by now.
46. For a while I tried to be cunning, slitting purses and selling scarves and hairpins to the folk I had stolen them from, until Floy told me I was being even less cunning than usual.
47. When he was young he became a member of an aristocratic club, and there, having charming manners, he was soon the intimate of a number of men with long purses and expensive habits.
48. The very first night I went into the smoking-room, and found him at the head of a card-table, with a half a dozen young fellows who were carrying their full purses and their empty skulls over to Europe.
49. Besides that, we took into possession numerous counterfeit items, knockoff Louis Vuitton handbags, shoes, and sunglasses, knockoff Oakleys, knockoff Gucci purses, knockoff Mont Blanc pens, just to name a few.
50. Mazarin went to a window and watched her get back to her cart, putting inside it both of her baskets and the purses, hiding the latter under a blanket before untying her horse and sitting in the front of the cart.
51. I saw then that we were descending a large staircase; around us were all my mother's servants carrying trunks, bags, ornaments, jewels, purses of gold, with which they were hurrying away in the greatest distraction.
52. Perhaps that was part of the ―glamour‖ that attracted the working classes who were able to ―connect‖, in some manner, with hungry boxers fighting for nominal purses; average Joes that they could otherwise relate to.
53. Up ahead, security agents dressed in tuxedos and gowns were poking through the pockets and purses of economists and ambassadors’ wives, the kind of self-important, self-involved functionaries who flocked to this sort of thing.
54. This quibus, composed of purses and watches, of gold rings and silver crosses, gathered in harvest-time in furrows sown with corpses, did not amount to a large total, and did not carry this sutler turned eating-house-keeper very far.
55. It is a thing to be wondered at, and it argueth that their hearts are grown desperate in the case; and I cannot tell who to compare them to so fitly, as to them that pick pockets in the presence of the judge, or that will cut purses under the gallows.
56. And that frightening fascinating Captain Butler—frequently after he called with Scarlett, Pitty found brand-new purses stuffed with bills on her console table or lace handkerchiefs knotted about gold pieces which had been slyly slipped into her sewing box.
57. Raymond understood at once what Arntern meant by his polite use of the word ‘irregularities’: it was common around the kingdom for men-at-arms in charge of watch patrols to abuse their powers by levying so-called fines under flimsy pretexts, in order to fatten their purses.
58. Anstruther,--Today I went down to Jena with the girl from next door who wanted to do such mild shopping as Jena is prepared for, mild shopping suited to mild purses, and there I drifted into the bookshop in the market-place where I so often used to drift, and there I found a book dealing with English poetry from Chaucer onward, with pictures of the poets who had written it.
59. Having never had any money, I never acquired the habit of it, and the result is that I have never lacked it; but, if I had been rich, there would have been no more poor people! You would have seen! Oh, if the kind hearts only had fat purses, how much better things would go! I picture myself Jesus Christ with Rothschild's fortune! How much good he would do! Matelote, embrace me! You are voluptuous and timid! You have cheeks which invite the kiss of a sister, and lips which claim the kiss of a lover.
60. On this point the landlord told him he was mistaken; for, though not recorded in the histories, because in the author's opinion there was no need to mention anything so obvious and necessary as money and clean shirts, it was not to be supposed therefore that they did not carry them, and he might regard it as certain and established that all knights-errant (about whom there were so many full and unimpeachable books) carried well-furnished purses in case of emergency, and likewise carried shirts and a little box of ointment to cure the wounds they received.
61. Put neither gold nor silver nor brass in your purses; nor scriptures for your journey neither two coats neither shoes not even sticks because the workman is worthy of his food; and into whatever city or town you all shall enter enquire who is worthy in it and stay there until you leave from there; and when you come into a house salute it; and if the house be worthy let your peace come upon it but if it is not worthy let your peace return to you; and whoever shall not accept you nor hear your words when you depart from that house or city shake off the dust of your feet; Truly I say to you it shall be more tolerable for the land of Sodom and Gomorrah in the Day of Judgment than for that city.
62. Take not with you purses nor a wallet nor shoes; neither salute any man in the way; And whatever house you enter first salute that house and if there be there a son of peace let your peace rest on him; but if there be not your peace shall return to you; And be you in that house eating and drinking what they have for the labourer is worthy of his hire; And remove not from house to house; And into whatever city you enter and they receive you eat what is presented to you and heal the sick that are in it and say to them The Kingdom of Godis come near to you; But whatever city you enter and they receive you not go out into the market and say Even the dust that clave to our feet from your city we shake off against you; but know this that the Kingdom of God is come near to you.
63. Get you not gold nor silver nor brass in your purses; and take nothing for the way except a staff only; nor bag nor bread; neither shall you have two tunics nor shoes nor staff but be shod with sandals; for the labourer is worthy of his food; And whatever city or village you enter inquire who is worthy in it and there be until 52 you go out; And when you enter into the house ask for the peace of the house and if the house is worthy your peace shall come on it; but if it is not worthy your peace shall return to you; And whoever shall not receive you nor hear your sayings when you go out from that house or from that village shake off the dust that is under your feet against them for a testimony; And truely I say to you 50 To the land of Sodom and Gomorrah there shall be rest in the day of judgement rather than to that city.
64. Now you’ll steal purses too,.

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