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1. And he did not stir.
2. I fear yet to stir.
3. But she did not stir.
4. Not a rustle or stir.
5. Stir to make a paste.
6. There was a dull stir.
7. Add the pepper and stir.

8. Stir in the wine slowly.
9. Add rye flour and stir.
10. The porter did not stir.
11. Add the rice and stir.
12. The puppy began to stir.
13. His flock begins to stir.
14. Stir until it is smooth.
15. Decoud was heard to stir.
16. The captain did not stir.
17. There was a general stir.
18. Stir in the lemon juice.
19. Who stir the morning dew.
20. Stir in the remaining 6.
21. That might stir ’em up.
22. Stir with a wooden spoon.
23. Add the rum and stir well.
24. Stir, and add the gata.
25. This will stir love and.
26. Add brown sugar and stir.
27. The grating did not stir.
28. In a bowl stir together.
29. I came to stir his bones.
30. Stir in nuts and vanilla.
31. The Nautilus did not stir.
32. But this will stir things.
33. He did not stir as Cloud.
34. The stranger did not stir.
35. She felt a trembling stir.
36. Stir in the salt and pepper.
37. Add sauce and stir to coat.
38. Stir in the chopped apples.
39. Stir in the remaining syrup.
40. Add the nuts and stir well.
41. If You would only stir.
42. Stir and cook for 1 minute.
43. Stir in water and tomatoes.
44. Anything to provide a stir.
45. You can stir it once a day.
46. The more we can stir them.
47. Bring to a boil, stir once.
48. Stir in the butter and let.
49. Boil and stir for 5 minutes.
50. Stir in vanilla and cinnamon.
51. Stir in cake crumbs and rum.
52. Let's stir things up a bit.
53. Stir into hot sugar mixture.
54. Slow stir in the lemon juice.
55. Stir ’em up in the kitchen.
56. Wouldst thou not stir in this.
57. Stir in the egg and the 1/3.
58. Stir a lot so they don't burn.
59. Stir in the cinnamon and salt.
60. Gently stir in the lime juice.
61. Finally, stir in frozen peas.
62. Stir in the flour thoroughly.
63. Stir in cranberries and nuts.
64. Stir until thickened and clear.
65. Something began to stir in him.
66. Not a stir of dark in his head.
67. Remove from oven and stir in.
68. But lo, a stir is in the air!.
69. Marfa Ignatyevna did not stir.
70. Cook and stir until thickened.
71. There was a stir in the company.
72. Do not uncover the pan or stir.
73. Stir in nuts and orange zest.
74. But I will not stir from this.
75. Stir in the cinnamon and nutmeg.
76. Once crusted stir well and serve.
77. Stir into the chocolate mixture.
78. Lastly, stir in the shrimp and.
79. They stir the heart as heretofore.
80. Stir quickly to prevent sticking.
81. Stir in walnuts and pour into 2.
82. Stir the oil well into the flour.
83. Stir in tomatoes and chili beans.
84. The stupefied mother did not stir.
85. Stir until well mixed and glossy.
86. Stir in the confectioners' sugar.
87. Stir in the tomatoes and the okra.
88. The apparent idea was to stir up.
89. Stir in television and newspaper.
90. Add rye flour and stir vigorously.
91. Some of the Iraqis started to stir.
92. Add the hot water and salt, stir.
93. Gradually stir one-fourth of hot.
94. Stir in the sherry and lemon juice.
95. They only want to stir up trouble.
96. The head on the ropes did not stir.
97. Mix the two together and stir wel.
98. Something has happened to stir him.
99. Add the peanut butter and stir in.
100. Stir up the gifts that dwell in you.
1. I woke to Jade stirring.
2. It was stirring them now.
3. Denson is stirring in bed.
4. The boy was still stirring.
5. Not a soul was stirring.
6. Beth was stirring next to me.
7. There was a stirring outside.
8. Cook over low heat, stirring.
9. These are the stirring words:.
10. Stinger was stirring the stew.
11. Stirring, I felt myself settle.
12. I felt a stirring inside my body.
13. Stirring to break up the sausage.
14. There was not a breath stirring.
15. Many strange things are stirring.
16. But now a recollection is stirring.
17. Miller kept stirring the cook pot.
18. Why is he still not stirring?
19. Stop stirring and bring to a boil.
20. Jazz felt the stirring of interest.
21. Cook 45 seconds stirring constantly.
22. They were stirring and stimulating.
23. The more stirring you do, the more.
24. This flower's force in stirring love.
25. He lay on his back without stirring.
26. That’s Eugenie, the stirring cow!.
27. All right, that was very stirring.
28. Cook, stirring often, for 10 minutes.
29. Cook 4 minutes stirring occasionally.
30. He's been stirring up a donderstorm.
31. The hatred was stirring in Raven now.
32. Someone was stirring around up there.
33. Season with garlic powder, stirring.
34. Heat to boiling, stirring constantly.
35. Allow to cool stirring occasionally.
36. The stirring event was well canvassed.
37. Bessie was stirring a pot on the fire.
38. Things aren’t only stirring here.
39. Not a Creature was Stirring 12/25/12.
40. Add rice, stirring to coat each grain.
41. She twitched in her sleep, stirring as.
42. Add the sesame seeds and keep stirring.
43. She could tell by her body’s stirring.
44. Melt, stirring constantly over low heat.
45. Cook, stirring constantly, for 2 minutes.
46. Slowly add to stock, stirring constantly.
47. Thandi was stirring, murmuring, tossing.
48. Sauté for 5 minutes, stirring frequently.
49. Add the onion and cook, stirring, 3 to 4.
50. I could feel the key’s secrets stirring.
51. Keep stirring to blend everything, being.
52. Add to the green pepper mixture, stirring.
53. It was no wonder that no one was stirring.
54. Stirring constantly, bring to a near boil.
55. At last all was still, not a soul stirring.
56. Juan frowned, stirring his tea with a spoon.
57. His thinking assured him, No, air stirring.
58. Alternating hornets nest stirring changed.
59. He stopped stirring the broth to look at her.
60. She stopped stirring and fell into a fever.
61. And you’re the kid stirring up trouble.
62. There was a soft, faint stirring at the door.
63. The soft stirring was repeated, very quietly.
64. Return to pot, warming and stirring the mix.
65. Deep in the Lifestream, there was a stirring.
66. What are what? William asked, stirring.
67. Maybe it's part of this Great Stirring thing.
68. In the process continuous stirring is a must.
69. A stirring in the room had startled her awake.
70. The wind was blowing and stirring up the dust.
71. Fry, stirring constantly, till each grain is.
72. Ariel too felt the stirring in her bones and.
73. It was absolutely calm; not a breath stirring.
74. A long, stirring chord, A major, betokened the.
75. The mother was stirring porridge over the fire.
76. Cavendish told the boy to keep stirring and he.
77. Alexei felt an embarrassing stirring as he bowed.
78. Boil hard for 5 minutes, stirring once or twice.
79. Just a hot quiet morning, with nothing stirring.
80. He felt a more than faint stirring in his loins.
81. Turning his head, he realised Mary was stirring.
82. Cook, stirring frequently until lightly browned.
83. One evening Cavendish was stirring some solution.
84. They thought Jinnah was just stirring up trouble.
85. We might be stirring things up a bit too much.
86. Pour slowly over popped popcorn while stirring.
87. Just then she felt a stirring within her spirit.
88. They each could hear Calliope’s stirring voice.
89. There I read these stirring Words upon the Page:.
90. Nothing moved except a gentle stirring behind her.
91. Mitya looked at him from the side without stirring.
92. The two girls stopped stirring porridge and turned.
93. Cook for 1 minute stirring to incorporate together.
94. If it’s not, keep waiting, feeding and stirring.
95. Its hour is at hand; the dust of ages is stirring.
96. Somewhere from deep within him he felt a stirring.
97. At the same moment the stirring of the air became.
98. Boil hard for five minutes, stirring once or twice.
99. Ignite with a match, stirring until the flame dies.
100. That stirring in turn prodded the others into life.
1. Tommy had stirred me up.
2. The two new boys stirred.
3. Not a soul stirred abroad.
4. Lily stirred her tea idly.
5. I quickly stirred the lamb.
6. When stirred to action he.
7. He stirred from his revery.
8. Legolas stirred in his boat.
9. S’us stirred on the floor.
10. It stirred music in his mind.
11. My memory stirred with the.
12. Not a breath of air stirred.
13. Sari stirred again making a.
14. Beside him, Mary stirred at.
15. She stirred but did not wake.
16. The salt wind stirred the fire.
17. Storms stirred and the wind's.
18. It stirred them into a frenzy.
19. Not a man in the group stirred.
20. Gandalf stirred, and looked up.
21. He stirred and opened his eyes.
22. She stirred but didn’t answer.
23. Now the coals have been stirred.
24. He stirred upright on an elbow.
25. Corpses stirred in the shadows.
26. A pain in his groin stirred up.
27. The guys need to get stirred up.
28. A figure stirred beside the road.
29. Recognition stirred in his mind.
30. Her fingers stirred in his hair.
31. Mabila looked down and stirred.
32. She stirred and moaned slightly.
33. The old woman stirred in her bed.
34. The men stirred, but said nothing.
35. Sara stirred and opened her eyes.
36. Anger stirred to life inside him.
37. Damon stirred and opened his eyes.
38. Holmes stirred for the first time.
39. He stirred at Scott’s approach.
40. Nothing stirred on the other side.
41. Something deep within me stirred.
42. A great conscience stirred there.
43. In the recesses what hath stirred.
44. Are stirred toward bringing into.
45. I nodded as I stirred in some milk.
46. Whatever you stirred in him last.
47. The nurse stirred, began to sit up.
48. At last I stirred myself and said.
49. He stirred his soda with the straw.
50. He did not appear to have stirred.
51. AND STIRRED IT INTO MY FROTHY HOPS.
52. The windows stirred and whispered.
53. He was stirred with holy compassion.
54. He stirred once, but did not waken.
55. The boldest of it stirred his rage.
56. Mick stirred pushed the covers off.
57. As if in answer she stirred slightly.
58. Damon stirred and wrapped his arms.
59. Nothing stirred in Andersen's heart.
60. Drafts of warm air stirred his hair.
61. I think God has stirred up even his.
62. The black center stirred in the wind.
63. Groaning, Sorren stirred in the grass.
64. Ralph stirred and then looked at him.
65. It stirred and rustled and whispered.
66. That thought stirred something in me.
67. For the first time the old man stirred.
68. But every one in the cell was stirred.
69. One has struck, and stirred the stone.
70. When nothing stirred inside, some of.
71. Something loathsome stirred within me.
72. The baby stirred uneasily in his sleep.
73. Sharon stirred in the seat beside h im.
74. Not a breath stirred the dying leaves.
75. Finally he stirred towards the galley.
76. A substratum of war stirred within her.
77. Memories of childhood play stirred him.
78. The students stirred, becoming restless.
79. Shadows stirred beyond in the green sea.
80. A memory stirred in the back of my mind.
81. Movement stirred branches ahead of them.
82. Not a breath of air stirred the leaves.
83. Not a leaf stirred, nor a bird chirped.
84. One Who Collects Water stirred slightly.
85. Emily stirred and saw the sun was rising.
86. Something in the back of my mind stirred.
87. His cock stirred as it always did when.
88. Zelata stirred the fire without replying.
89. Old fires stirred in the priest’s eyes.
90. A vague uneasiness stirred in the Patrón.
91. His movements stirred Connie, who sat up.
92. Boromir stirred, and Frodo looked at him.
93. Somewhere inside me pity stirred for her.
94. Jacob stirred his coffee but said nothing.
95. Fox coming here stirred up a lot in Silas.
96. Similarly, if the individual is stirred.
97. Perez stirred, and opened his eyes slowly.
98. It stirred my innards with the power of.
99. Not a man stirred in their hardback chairs.
100. It did not burn but stirred in his heart.
1. But it stirs the blood.
2. But he stirs the pot.
3. Hope from the past stirs.
4. He stirs, but not waking.
5. It stirs among the pebbles.
6. The Vatican stirs things up.
7. A buzzing sound stirs me awake.
8. That stirs within your breast.
9. Now though, he stirs and groans.
10. She stirs, snuggles against him.
11. The man on the floor never stirs.
12. Stirs anguish in the heart of me.
13. But here, God stirs in his sleep.
14. Beth stirs herself awake, sits up.
15. When he stirs in the spicin',—.
16. And stirs once apathetic souls to give.
17. Aaron stirs the coals and lays wood on the fire.
18. Something stirs inside me, an unexplained rage.
19. Then something stirs within the sea of light.
20. Walker stirs, and then his dark eyes blink open.
21. But I do believe – it stirs my blood! – in.
22. These days, Hesper stirs the milk the normal way.
23. At the same time, the scribe stirs from his sleep.
24. I’d be lying if I said he stirs no feelings in me.
25. At Simon’s side, the boy stirs but then sleeps on.
26. RAJ STIRS A SPOON IN THE THIN LENTIL DAHL HE IS EATING.
27. Werner tacks across the room and stirs the coals to life.
28. But nothing stirs inside the countless apartment blocks.
29. A breeze stirs the grass and Hassan lets the spool roll.
30. But when We send down water upon it, it stirs and grows.
31. I watch her, wistful as she stirs the teaspoon in her cup.
32. He who is of the proud heart stirs up strife, but he who.
33. Bend, see my face there, dark mirror, breathe on it, stirs.
34. So we set there watching, and by and by he stirs a bit, and.
35. At the other side of the room the tape recorder stirs to life.
36. But it is not De Niro who stirs the most emotion in John Hinckley.
37. Ah, he stirs! You had better get down there before he wakes fully.
38. God in knowledge that stirs beings to strive towards his state of.
39. Deep in his throat, I hear a faint distressed groan, and he stirs.
40. A soft answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger.
41. So it stirs up anger, finally it lowers esteem, it lowers the value.
42. Every once in a while, she stirs awake and mutters a prayer in Arabic.
43. She stirs, feels for him, turns and looks at him sitting in the chair.
44. And because it could hold anything—well, that stirs a man’s hunger.
45. While Krishn is the creator who stirs beings to Self- improvement, the.
46. The wind of desire stirs the mind and the ‘me’, which is but a re-.
47. As the good man no longer stirs from his bed, the door is always unlocked.
48. What is it? Why does it do what it does? They say that music stirs the soul.
49. To finish he stirs the water one last time, and it becomes completely clear.
50. Spirit of prophecy- is the presence of God that stirs the prophetic in people.
51. Trading stirs up powerful feelings, the strongest of which are greed and fear.
52. Whenever she sees a dog, an old memory stirs, and any dog looks vicious to her.
53. What stirs gratitude within us? It's when we're the recipient of UNUSUAL kindness.
54. The strengthening of the Conservatives happens during a period of upheaval that stirs.
55. I told you I wasn't gonna do that anymore Diane, Dana says as she stirs the paint.
56. Hagen stirs everybody up against Siegfried, and decides to kill him next day when hunting.
57. Nothing stirs nor satisfies the senses more than that of profound revelation…Lesley.
58. He tells a story about an ancient Egyptian ritual, and he stirs the water with his bare hand.
59. Turning it off just before it boils he pours the hot water into the mug and stirs it briskly.
60. Magnus stirs his cereal over and over, the moistened flakes slowly melting into a golden sludge.
61. A fool considers a lie is better than the truth because it stirs and stings, in an awakening form.
62. What ails you now, that you are wholly gone up to the housetopse 2 You that are full of stirs, a.
63. How better to ensure that the prince never stirs from Summerhall? There is Bloodraven, he said.
64. But I do believe – it stirs my blood! – in the exquisite conjectures of the universe (and.
65. Speaking forth the Word of God stirs your spirit and gives room for the Spirit of God to work in you!.
66. Whatever woke him the first time stirs again and he sits upright, clutching the thin blanket to his chest.
67. From the beginning … even willing to risk his life … Thor stirs the food on his plate, but says no more.
68. Fantine had the long, white, fine fingers of the vestal virgin who stirs the ashes of the sacred fire with a golden pin.
69. One of the reasons this town stirs Roger’s curiosity is that it embraces the southeastern part of Revillagigedo Island.
70. NATIONS PROSTRATE WITH GRIEF—MESSAGES FROM KINGS AND CARDINALS—DISASTER STIRS WORLD TO NECESSITY OF STRICTER REGULATIONS.
71. V, 290), when he sees that Ulysses is about to reach the island of the Phaeacians and he stirs up a violent storm against him.
72. During the only storm that Poseidon stirs up against Ulysses, not by chance this happens right off the island of the Phaeacians.
73. Stef looks down at the sleeping form in confusion until the anger at having his home invaded stirs him to shout; �What the hell is going on here?�.
74. Stef stirs his coffee and turns the television back on, seeing that he still has over an hour before the shops open he looks through his DVD collection.
75. Revival stirs our hearts when we read about it, but would we perceive it as of God if it broke out noisily in one of our own services or meetings?
76. The sun of love burns in His heart, light and power shine from His eyes, and their radiance, shed on the people, stirs their hearts with responsive love.
77. Clare had given his parents no warning of his visit, and his arrival stirred the atmosphere of the Vicarage as the dive of the kingfisher stirs a quiet pool.
78. So the Ax moves first, then other professionals pick up on the action, which stirs interest in institutions and managed funds and the public brings up the rear.
79. No one else stirs in their cot—Tobias’s arm is draped over his eyes, but his shoes are now on, like he got up and walked around in the middle of the night.
80. He must ever be on the look out for those visions his imagination stirs within him, and endeavour, however haltingly at first, to give them some sincere expression.
81. The strange thing is, though, that Poseidon stirs up a storm against Ulysses only once, and, coincidentally, this happens when Ulysses is on his raft off the island of the Phaeacians.
82. This stupid war! Half la Familia’s aroused against my father over it, afraid that if he stirs up too much trouble, we Delgaos will lose our precious monopoly on the Fangèd Throne.
83. Barnes and Dolly when I go back to England? The weather was a little fidgety to-day and yesterday, a little troubled, like a creature that stirs fretfully in its sleep, and it set me thinking.
84. This is why Poseidon stirs up such a terrible storm and Ulysses can no longer escape from this deeper truth, that Ulysses is an assassin, he’s blinded by his hatred and by his wounded pride.
85. It was a day compounded from silences of bee and flower and ocean and land, which were not silences at all, but motions, stirs, flutters, risings, fallings, each in its own time and matchless rhythm.
86. She never stirs from one year's end to the other, the old witch; she quite rots in the place, her legs have always got something the matter with them, and now all on a sudden she goes gallivanting about!.
87. For some of us, the surface merely stirs, while others, such as those of the Magi bloodline, they generate disruptions that travel deep within the waters and are often capable of altering the streams course altogether.
88. It stirs up or causes further anger, so if you've been in a place where people are yelling and abusive, how many know that the first thing you feel is, you feel hurt when people yell at you? Well, what follows on just after that? You get angry.
89. Paul would come along that way, and to my breezelessness bring his breeze! O Nature, and O soul of man! how far beyond all utterance are your linked analogies! not the smallest atom stirs or lives on matter, but has its cunning duplicate in mind.
90. But after the storm that Zeus stirs up (according to what Ulysses says), as punishment to his companions who dared eat the oxen that were sacred to the sun god, Ulysses, battered by the currents, is pulled backwards and is forced to pass right by Charybdis.
91. But I do believe that it is time to restore US values of peace and tolerance and love for each other, and derail the corporate care plan that stirs up competition only to serve itself while killing good people by the tens of thousands and bankrupting America.
92. Even this dark night when the wind rolls the darkness through Lombard Street and Fetter Lane and Bedford Square it stirs (since it is summer-time and the height of the season), plane trees spangled with electric light, and curtains still preserving the room from the dawn.
93. She remembers her great-uncle said that they would need to watch out for looters, and the air stirs with phantom blurs and rustles, and Marie-Laure imagines charging past the bathroom into the cobwebbed sewing room here on the third floor and hurling herself out the window.
94. All that most maddens and torments; all that stirs up the lees of things; all truth with malice in it; all that cracks the sinews and cakes the brain; all the subtle demonisms of life and thought; all evil, to crazy Ahab, were visibly personified, and made practically assailable in Moby Dick.
95. But there comes a time when, on the one hand, a vague awakening consciousness stirs the soul, the consciousness of the higher law, love of God and one's neighbor, and the sufferings a man endures from the contradictions of life, compel him to renounce the social life-conception and to adopt the new Christian life-conception which is offered him.
96. No matter how much I appreciate and value that literary prize, it does not compare with the honor that it represents and the gratitude that stirs up in me the homage that Ponferrada rendered me, at the request of the governing Council of Fuentesnuevas, for naming a street after me in the neighborhood of that locality where I grew up and was reared in my youth.
97. All this was so strange and so violent, that there suddenly took place in him that indescribable movement, which no man feels more than two or three times in the course of his life, a sort of convulsion of the conscience which stirs up all that there is doubtful in the heart, which is composed of irony, of joy, and of despair, and which may be called an outburst of inward laughter.
98. There is the prototypical false laughter of the evil monster, the villain and the mad scientist… as they cackle in total fake humor about whatever gruesome evil they are bent upon… why does the image of anyone who is truly evil always have this gallows cackle…? The executioner leading the innocent victim to their certain death and laughing as they do so… the evil witch cackling as she stirs her vile potions… instead of being horrified by their own evil, the evildoer laughs at their horrible things they are doing to some poor victim.
99. Not all that far from her, Jutta Pfennig sleeps in the ultramarine shadows of the girls’ dormitory and dreams of light thickening and settling across a field like snow; and not all that far from Jutta, the führer raises a glass of warm (but never boiled) milk to his lips, a slice of Oldenburg black bread on his plate and a whole apple beside it, his daily breakfast; while in a ravine outside Kiev, two inmates rub their hands in sand because they have become slippery, and then they take up the stretcher again while a sonderkommando stirs the fire below them with a steel pole; a wagtail flits from flagstone to flagstone in a courtyard in Berlin, searching for snails to eat; and at the Napola school at Schulpforta, one hundred and nineteen twelve- and thirteen-year-olds wait in a queue behind a truck to be handed thirty-pound antitank land mines, boys who, in almost exactly one year, marooned amid the Russian advance, the entire school cut off like an island, will be given a box of the Reich’s last bitter chocolate and Wehrmacht helmets salvaged from dead soldiers, and then this final harvest of the nation’s youth will rush out with the chocolate melting in their guts and overlarge helmets bobbing on their shorn heads and sixty Panzerfaust rocket launchers in their hands in a last spasm of futility to defend a bridge that no longer requires defending, while T-34 tanks from the White Russian army come clicking and rumbling toward them to destroy them all, every last child; dawn in Saint-Malo, and there is a twitch on the other side of the wardrobe—Werner hears Marie-Laure inhale, Marie-Laure hears Werner scrape three fingernails across the wood, a sound not unlike the sound of a record coursing beneath the surface of a needle, their faces an arm’s reach apart.
100. She stirs, pushing back into my warmth, my mould,.

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