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    1. He looked too stunned to speak, it was Ava who said, "But you wore those sandals, I couldn't have lost an aluminum there, even if I had been carrying one around, and I don't think I've ever carried an aluminum on my person," Ava said

    2. People blamed it on rats or divine intervention at the time, but it was actually a bacteria carried by fleas

    3. It was almost like a victory parade, except the hero was carried against his will and screaming

    4. Many diseases carried around by insects such as the ant

    5. "It was probably the shuttlecraft that spooked them, once I urged mine to speed, they got carried away

    6. Eddie's father carried him to the cliffs and set him down

    7. Reminding her sister, who also carried those memories, of that plan and its intended result, was not a diplomatic thing to do right now

    8. carried thangs into a new

    9. that yet carried diamond sharp edges

    10. Calmly collecting up the plates he carried them over to the sink before replying

    11. They carried the tackle over to where he parked the rockasaur, then hooked it up

    12. Over the years it had always been like this; the news he longed for most of all and which carried with it the most fear

    13. “Surely He has borne our griefs and carried our

    14. only after we heard that Jesus has taken our diseases and carried our

    15. Strapped under each arm he carried ornate forged steel blades, ceremonial daggers, razor sharp, designed for surgical accuracy

    16. ‘Yes, that’s the general feeling, though they won’t know for sure until forensic tests have been carried out

    17. Let me explain: After one and a half month of inaction, we finally carried out a telepathy experiment which “of course” proved to be a flop! Not even one of us managed to make a close guess of the object placed on the reception table

    18. Jordo made out one or two of the stringy aliens below carried away by fire from the MA-48s, but not enough of them

    19. She carried Raleigh inside over her shoulder

    20. It had to be morning because the tray on the floor in the doorway of my cell carried a plate of bread and jam and a mug of hot, milky tea

    21. Those particles were slow and carried almost no energy at all, but they were far from harmless

    22. Together with the suited American, the two guards lifted and carried me, trussed like a roasting bird, and carefully laid my body in a metal box underneath the flat bed back of the lorry

    23. In the negligible gravity of this iceberg, those tons of devices, outweighing the bot by many times and much larger in size, could be simply strapped to its back and carried along

    24. He just smiled at us, a sly and crafty smile, the grin of the clinically insane behind rusty Bedlam bars, except that in this case the lunatic carried the keys to the cell upon his belt

    25. About one in ten thousand people here carried one, he gave one to every crew chief on duty at the ranch

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

    27. Many carried torches that shone with a brightness that still hurt Sons’

    28. fight the current as it carried him away but the river only grew stronger as it

    29. As the river carried him away, Son could hear Lyla

    30. Elden carried a torch

    31. He did want to please her and would try a little too hard at times, but he was such a kid he couldn't help getting carried away in it, so he wasn't all studied

    32. With that, Son let go of the basket and the river carried the child away

    33. The cool air flowing through the open casement carried an alluring tang of salt

    34. He still carried the sack of water

    35. and was carried away from his mother’s breast

    36. She carried the tray over to where Tobald was sitting

    37. carried an army of teenagers and toddlers, big and small

    38. In spite of knowing it was a lie, she carried on about her loss and called him a coward for hiding in the ship

    39. he carried on speaking

    40. There were too many ships to sail in some places, and they were moved around by ropes from shore that were carried out by paddlers

    41. Steve and Jerry carried Daniel on the stretcher down the side of the mountain and into another huge cave

    42. They carried Daniel to the bed, folded down the blankets and place him on it

    43. Together they carried the books and selected boxes into the vestibule, Kara clutching them while the door into the Personal Items room was secured

    44. She carried herself with great confidence, like someone on a mission

    45. The dragon had never carried six before and was a little

    46. It was unlikely the herd had carried them a third of that distance

    47. As they all carried on down the hill, Cosmicblasto suddenly

    48. carried in the soft embrace of my pink gummed teeth,

    49. JOYCE: Do you think he got carried away and could not stop?

    50. "It's more comfortably carried within us than sloshing in a skin on Alan's back

    1. The love and devotion he has always felt toward his wife now carries to this tiny, fragile child he holds in his hands

    2. All the while, the American detective show carries on in the background

    3. In the second stage one carries out an assessment of the problem and the possible solutions

    4. Each sheath or vehicle through which the soul expresses itself (on physical, emotional and mental levels) carries latent within itself certain inherent potencies, but the soul, which is the source of them all, has them in their purest and most sublimated form

    5. Often, a different part of speech of a word carries a different meaning: Examples:

    6. He carries him to a safer location about a hundred yards away

    7. It works according to what it carries

    8. I’m just not used to the sheer exuberance he carries around like an aura and, by the time they leave, I am shattered

    9. The leadership of Jesus carries with it a number of quality traits left to be an example for all who will follow him

    10. He grabs it and carries it to his lips, proceeding to plant a kiss on each of my fingers, causing my stomach turn flip-flops most satisfactorily

    11. He carries the chairs back to where they belong and, together we dismantle the decorations

    12. But he carries on holding my hands

    13. What's going on? The sonic war against me is getting more and more unbearable day by day and I just can't stand it any more! For some strange reason, I am surrounded by all kinds of noise pollution: Every morning, at 7:30 am, my father gets out to the yard and keeps himself busy with meaningless tinkering and hammering at pieces of wood or metal for hours! When I return from work at 4:00 in the afternoon and lie in bed so as to have a brief nap, dad goes upstairs, to Alice's half-built penthouse, and starts hammering at stuff again till 5:30 that I leave for the gym! He doesn't really repair anything, he just enjoys the noise! The yard and the penthouse are full of rusty tools, old dilapidated furniture and all kinds of junk dad finds on the road and carries home! I often complain about the noise and the piggery but he never listens; on the contrary, he swears like a trooper!

    14. that carries shallow bottomed grey-heads

    15. She carries a crossbow with her at all times My Lady

    16. He gives a little shake then carries on undressing,

    17. Any heat at all would kill them and even the tangler beam probably carries more heat than they want to deal with

    18. that almost everyone carries around old emotional

    19. With which words, he picks me up and carries me up to the stairs … at least that is the intention … he has a spot of bother opening the door to the stairs one handed and has to put me down again … so much for romantic gestures …

    20. Simon carries the picture under one arm, and we amble along hand in hand, both of us lost in our thoughts

    21. ’ He plants a kiss on my cheek and carries the cat into the house

    22. and carries your intention into all the other meridians,

    23. It thereby carries more or less positivism/negativity

    24. carries the qualities of Divine Love

    25. Without a word, he lifts me off my feet and carries me into the bedroom, dumping me unceremoniously on the bed

    26. They drift through chemically enhanced conversations until their drug of choice carries them away

    27. His suggestion carries the full weight of genuine parental concern, which hits Bex like a feather duster

    28. She carries the bowl to the table and then joins the doctor in the kitchen

    29. She watches as he systematically unplugs the lead and winds it up, following him as he carries the mower and cable to the tiny shed and holding the door open for him as he lugs the awkward mechanism through the doorway

    30. He walks past a man in scrubs who gives him an odd look but carries on towards the canteen

    31. In Billy’s field of vision, in the image of the world that he carries with him as he sinks onto his knees by the mortuary door, Leona waves to him from the trolley and starts to tap her left foot in time to the beat of the music that is thumping through his throbbing temples

    32. He knows that most of it is bluster, done for effect, but he carries it well, a seasoned campaigner with scrambled egg on his shoulders

    33. I believe he’s had it since university and the battered, brown leather sort of matches the classical tinge to the music it carries

    34. Official of the Church carries with it serious punishments,

    35. 'Working for Henri Dubois carries a lot of prestige in

    36. It’s lovely and warm here under the duvet and I drift off into sleep, my face buried in the pillow which still carries his scent

    37. Simon carries my bags down to the car and we put Sam in

    38. Each of the different gifts carries authority to release something of God to the body

    39. A prophet at the office level carries great authority

    40. That may be a bigger problem for you than what one youngster carries in his head

    41. river of love, and love covers a multitude of sin and carries

    42. Profit is so very fluctuating, that the person who carries on a particular trade, cannot always tell you himself what is the average of his annual profit

    43. Though a certificate carries along with it no testimonial of good behaviour, and certifies

    44. “Now I know,” cried Aladdin, “it was that African magician! Where is the lamp?” “He carries it about with him,” said the princess, “He pulled it out of his jacket to show me

    45. "I swear he cracked that last one with all of that bloody metal he carries

    46. The gold and silver money which circulates in any country may very properly be compared to a highway, which, while it circulates and carries to market all the grass and corn of the country, produces itself not a single pile of either

    47. Who carries such a

    48. Of those three cities, Paris is by far the most industrious, but Paris itself is the principal market of all the manufactures established at Paris, and its own consumption is the principal object of all the trade which it carries on

    49. “The door was open and sound carries in this house

    50. carries them and finally they reach in the sea as

    1. In this way, I could carry on living a life untroubled by religion [anyone’s!] before

    2. “No you just carry on it seems more interesting than mine”

    3. · Carry your medicine with you so that you'll have it when it's time for a dose

    4. We cannot be certain of our fates and still carry on

    5. tell the priests to carry the ark of covenant and walk

    6. Moreover, you do not end there; but you carry on and

    7. Many companies on the market carry citrus products such as soaps

    8. Ants also have their own fungus that they carry on the bodies

    9. Some varieties carry their egg cases with them and place them for hatching later

    10. "How could they carry on knowing I suffer in torment with this moth-sized star?"

    11. The way you carry on, you cannot see that you are killing yourself as well

    12. The insects, relentlessly biting his flesh, made him too weak to carry more

    13. They had brought harm to the village for allowing Haques to carry on as he did

    14. Though she had been at the center of getting device manufacture going, she didn't actually carry one, but had a data terminal at the house

    15. ‘But despite that, she could carry it

    16. It could be adjusted to carry something of arbitrary shape

    17. I'm not even sure about the roof carry over there

    18. I carry the coffee into the lounge and listen as Molly tells me about the annexe at their house

    19. ‘There’s even a canal which used to carry the coal along

    20. No amount of money could have induced him to carry this out for idle curiosity or vanity

    21. They were unloading those pallets with all due haste, but due to the fact they were doing it by hand, even the big guy could only carry four of the figurines at a time to where they were re-stacking them in a space down one of the smaller aisles

    22. "No one knew you would chose me to carry it

    23. Our words can carry information and as a consequence they are the

    24. (the Bible is called the Book of life), these words will carry life-giving

    25. Words carry definite infor-

    26. Some carry whatever they could salvage

    27. He refused to let me carry it

    28. it is not lawful for you to carry your bed

    29. seemed almost frail, as though it could not carry the burden of terror that forever

    30. you have to carry the consequences of sins? Why do you have to suffer

    31. ’ Stephen said, helping Mike carry some chairs over

    32. "Well, you spend the night here with us then,” Sarah said, and Leonora did not protest, but volunteered to carry the sleeping child into the house

    33. There is no need for us to carry around the burden of guilt, because the

    34. Therefore he had designated his little brother to carry the satchel with the satellite phone terminal

    35. We will eat then find her and carry out the exchange

    36. He seemed to be a polite, nice guy; the three of us discussed various subjects and he proved to be an interesting person; he has sympathy with metaphysics too: he used to carry out astral projections but for some strange reason he can't anymore; yet, he can still see people's auras, he said

    37. Yet, the popular person commands and the others carry out his or her orders with spontaneous joy

    38. the task of the local preacher to carry out the majority (if not all) of the decisions that were made

    39. If the church could select men to carry out a certain work then it can do so today

    40. heavy burdens but turn away when it is their time to carry the load

    41. Modern cults appear to be different in many ways, but actually they are all the same: they all trumpet forth the “breaking of the Ego” with a view to creating obedient, passive citizens who are always ready to carry out any order without thinking or asking questions

    42. He thought seriously of attempting that hack, and was just moving to his lab to think of a way to carry it out when his good friend Jaseem Attuk rang in

    43. The party goes well – Betty actually smiles at me when I carry the cake in – which is a first

    44. But Bahkmar did understand that the only power input to the female side of Paradis on Al-Harron would carry, with a drop of thirty percent, eighty three milliamps at best

    45. qualifications to be elders, decisions still have to be made in order for the church to carry on its work

    46. That he is pleased with his CD is very clear, and he immediately starts looking through the book, following me into the kitchen and reading out bits to me as I carry on with my turkey checking … Christmas is proving successful so far

    47. I carry all the dirty dishes out into the kitchen while Nick puts the chairs back where they belong

    48. I hold the tureens as he strains the veg over the sink and then carry them through to the lounge as we fill them

    49. A single false move and those guns would carry out their terminal function without a moment of compassion

    50. They would carry on here, they were actually doing well, though he had to admit, they were less and less Brazilian and more Gengee with every passing decade, especially at his end of the settlement

    1. He looked too stunned to speak, it was Ava who said, "But you wore those sandals, I couldn't have lost an aluminum there, even if I had been carrying one around, and I don't think I've ever carried an aluminum on my person," Ava said

    2. They fell in behind a barge carrying hundreds of rolls of raw cloth bound on a day-long journey to the fashion shops of the south side

    3. "What are they going to do with the disease they're carrying?" she asked, glad to avoid a discussion of how 'ex' they were

    4. carrying his clipboard with attached files and documents

    5. While they waited, Tahlmute showed doostEr the map he was carrying

    6. Detaching the tongue is a heavy job by itself, carrying it along while the kedas turn around was a strain for the three of them

    7. the mother and daughter were carrying on the bunion conversation as if nothing at all

    8. ’ I muttered at one point spotting the man carrying his tools past the window to put in his van

    9. ‘Stephen!’ the man says, his voice deep and with that carrying quality which most actors would die for

    10. ‘Emma …’ I replied, feeling the chill in her voice, but before I can get any further, Stephen comes out carrying a tray of glasses

    11. Barney comes running over, the ball in his hands, giggling as the two men chase after him as Molly emerges from the house carrying a tureen of potatoes

    12. It seems he was carrying on with her during the play, so her mother says

    13. They appear minutes later, Nick carrying a beautifully iced Christmas cake – I’d not thought of that

    14. In the carrying out our obligations there is an area of expediency

    15. ever gave it may truly be said that, with regard to carrying out obligations, God did say how and yet He did not say how

    16. selected by the elders in carrying out any obligation of the church, that obligation growing out of that for which there is approved example, necessary inference or a direct statement

    17. Half carrying me, he leads me into the kitchen where he sits me down at the table

    18. They made no pretence at carrying me

    19. Robbie walked into the room carrying his rifle

    20. ’ JJ said in a voice carrying overtones of his late uncle, ‘It’s very good of you to come all this way

    21. That fuel was the cargo below-decks that I was carrying

    22. Despite being a little wobbly after spending several days in bed, not to mention carrying the after effects of what she’d heard described as a nasty case of concussion, she still managed to summon sufficient willpower to be curious about what she saw as they walked through the interminable corridors of the hospital towards the car park

    23. in! Stop carrying it against the current

    24. ’ Kara mused, spearing a particularly large chip on the end of her fork dipping it in the savoury sauce on her plate before carrying it to her mouth

    25. Already there was a fair bit of activity in the streets – people wandering around in what she could only assume was special holiday attire for men of brightly coloured shorts and tops, some women in absurdly brief skirts, others in long muslin affairs that wouldn’t look out of place on Errd, most of them carrying bags of towels and dragging small noisy children laden with buckets and spades

    26. “Is she going to war? Are they carrying guns with them

    27. “One thing you knew about a man carrying a cross is that he is not coming back

    28. The door opened quietly and Angie crept in, carrying a small tray

    29. ’ Kara replied with a smile, casting a glance at the heap of her belongings … her bulging bag and the basket carrying flowers and produce that Issa had insisted she take with her

    30. had been carrying children, many of the crew broke down in tears

    31. The pause gave him a chance to examine the stick she was carrying, which was pretty long and heavy, ugly with the broken off jagged piece of trunk

    32. flight, especially with the responsibility of carrying folk

    33. carrying a small bundle

    34. Gilla reappears breathlessly, the water in the glass she is carrying sloshing in reaction to the speed with which she must have run along the hallway from the kitchen

    35. dragon was getting use to carrying folk

    36. There are many of us hiding from some form of rejection, often carrying this with us from childhood

    37. and the fetching and carrying of items from there was, as far as

    38. ‘My business frequently relates to other people’s nearest concerns … carrying specialist information, finding out what is going on in a certain area

    39. She stepped on the mesa with Jeffery carrying a large box

    40. All returned within a half hour and they were all carrying weapons

    41. ’ Berndt said, coming into the room carrying a bowl of steaming porridge and a mug of coffee

    42. A few were pulling on wet suits and carrying their boards down to the water

    43. They saw the trailer that Jake was carrying, and immediately knew that it was for them

    44. ‘Yes … we have been carrying out tests and there is a measurable difference

    45. Most of the passengers were herded onto an old bus whereas my bit of the queue, and by that I mean myself and an older man carrying a huge cabbage, was cramped inside the rear of a much abused and dented van which was to be our very own shuttle up the mountain to Sophia

    46. ’ Deris said coming into the room carrying a plate of cake

    47. After a couple of minutes he returned carrying a cup of instant coffee and some slices of melon on a tray, 'If you would like, it might be more pleasant in the yard now the sun is at the front

    48. It was then that Collin came out of the Riders Hall carrying the lifeless body of Lady Becky in his arms; his pain was evident

    49. I met a lady carrying a plate of dolmades, the rolled up vine leaves like green tubes, and asked her the way, in my imperfect Greek, for Virgenia's

    50. "By making yourself useless for your post and by keeping the responsible members of the crew up with your carrying on

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