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  1. Now this is the Elves’ Concourse.
  2. As he slowly walked the concourse, the.
  3. The concourse silenced as showing respect.
  4. Gravity is the concourse of these phenomena.
  5. There was such a vast concourse of people in.

  6. The eternal wisdom shines within the concourse.
  7. Detective Groza caught up with me in the concourse.
  8. The two hurried across the concourse to where the.
  9. The fun house was east along this leg of the concourse.
  10. On all the level spaces there was great concourse of men.
  11. Back out in the grand concourse, the haunting harpsichord.
  12. Upon entering the main concourse, he was once again greeted.
  13. He was looking out the glass window into the shopping concourse.
  14. As he wandered the main concourse, he could hear distant sounds.
  15. As Nahum pulled up on the airport concourse the team had arrived.

  16. He frantically searched the concourse for signs of life; finding.
  17. Hundreds of metres below, the concourse stretched into the distance.
  18. I was struck by the concourse of people gathered there to witness a wedding.
  19. I was striding across the concourse, my heart still thumping, when I heard him.
  20. As Matt left the VIP area and crossed the terminal concourse towards the main.
  21. Toward the major sideshows that occupied the east end of the southern concourse.
  22. At the end of concourse B of Terminal 4, a man in his early thirties was looking.
  23. The elder without paying attention to the concourse was straight up to where I was.
  24. Outside on the concourse the two Mossad agents stood waiting for the Germans to leave.
  25. Go you there, straight, for there will probably be a greater concourse than usual, to-day.

  26. After a time, all knew that the concourse was not going to turn sour or break up in a fight.
  27. People waited in line at every ride, stood two-deep at the game booths, swarmed the concourse.
  28. He saw me, but didn’t come over, just flashed his patented smile across the broad concourse.
  29. Having lost interest in the dart game, the ice-cream eaters meandered east along the concourse.
  30. The city, and the world when they know me1 and this will run a concourse here to deliver me to fame.
  31. The arrival concourse at Heathrow airport was busy, and Tadeo stood by the gate, waiting for Nathalie.
  32. The Marines picked up the luggage and headed back down the concourse in the direction from which they had come.
  33. Then he let sound a great concourse of trumpets taken from the enemy; and the Shadow Host withdrew to the shore.
  34. A fresh torrent of tears burst from their lachrymal ducts and the vast concourse of people, touched to the inmost.
  35. Charlie disembarked and made his way to the concourse where he had been told that someone would be there to meet him.
  36. It will easily be understood that, amid such a concourse of vindictive enemies, no breathing time was allowed the fugitive.
  37. Charlie hastily jumped down from the carriage exit and quickly made his way towards the station concourse along the platform.
  38. So, you mean, we change right here? In this hallway? (Actually it was the big concourse that goes around the entire Garden.
  39. By the last playoff game, Stevenson had fired me, so we had an awkward moment when we ran into each other on a concourse at half time.
  40. The house was entirely surrounded by a vast concourse of people who were straining their ears to catch some part of Jesus' discourse.
  41. Cruncher must have been "flopping" in some pointed manner, when an unusual concourse pouring down Fleet-street westward, attracted his attention.
  42. Anna wore a dark grey business suit, white blouse and black patent heels which clicked rapidly across the concourse as she wheeled a small travel bag.
  43. Uybvahk responded, Should I, upon return to Frogfoot, learn my true father has entered into concourse with the ancestral spirits I shall avow myself to this one.
  44. The ceiling is gone, but starlight dimming through the vaulted windows at either end of the concourse reveals shapes like vultures huddled under the departure boards.
  45. Nobody saw the girls in granny dresses and beads or the long-haired boys in sandals and torn pants along the wall where the passageway opened to the luggage concourse.
  46. When they arrived at the station the family went straight through to the main concourse and found a vacant wooden bench that wasn't covered in too many pigeon droppings.
  47. I managed to explain, so he took my arm and led me to the police post at the end of the concourse containing a desk, chair, and a large electric heater going full blast.
  48. As the chief’s cell phone rang and he answered it, I tried to sweep clean the junk shop that was my mind, and began to study the people on the concourse, mere feet away.
  49. He put his case back on the trolley and walked out into the Arrivals Hall to find Dagan and Yatom who were waiting with the rest of the Mossad group out on the concourse.
  50. As he stepped from the cab to the bright sidewalk outside the concourse, a consternation of passengers, shirttails flapping, boarding passes in hand, was flocked around a service counter.
  51. I was reduced to staring at all the unlikely tabloid nonsense, vapid autobiographies and visiting every nook and searching every cranny of the concourse in trying to while away the time.
  52. The novelty of the attempt, and the interest incident to the subject, had attracted such a concourse of persons that there was a veritable obstruction on the threshold of the establishment.
  53. His streaming white hair, his remarkable face, and the impetuous confidence of his manner, as he put the weapons aside like water, carried him in an instant to the heart of the concourse at the stone.
  54. Just the same is done by a concourse of people, allowing those who do not take a direct part in the activity to devise considerations, justifications, and surmises concerning their collective activity.
  55. In Sydney, Mick had removed most of his disguise in the gents’ toilet and still looking neither male nor female he had found a female toilet a bit further along the concourse and emerged once more as Maggie.
  56. The situation was extremely delicate; the expressions of the concourse, as I have already indicated, were fierce only comparable with the canine aggressions of a bulldog to who someone were snatching its food.
  57. Jack pulled onto the motorway, the engine purring delightfully, as the revs increased Within a few miles, he saw a sign for the Services and turned off the roads damp grey surface towards the brightly lit concourse.
  58. I extricated myself from Mum’s embrace, and we walked across the concourse in silence, my arm linked in Sam’s, trying to ignore the fact that my heart was thumping and that my parents were probably still watching me.
  59. It was fortunate for me that I had to take precautions to ensure (so far as I could) the safety of my dreaded visitor; for, this thought pressing on me when I awoke, held other thoughts in a confused concourse at a distance.
  60. Indeed, by April, his main discipline was forestalling until early evening, or at least late afternoon, an experience infinitely more beautiful: the leisurely walk over the Grand Concourse or the long plunge down to the Deuce to cop.
  61. I had hardly noticed them when I waited for Will during his check-ups; I had read magazines, pecked out messages on my phone, strolled downstairs for too-strong hospital coffee on an overpriced concourse, worried about car-parking charges.
  62. At four in the morning it was like waking into a dream and no sooner was I through customs and onto the concourse that I tried to let Auntie know I'd arrived safely but in between the crackles on the mobile I couldn't get a word in edgeways.
  63. It took the lumbering blue China Motor Bus double-decker twenty minutes to reach the third stop on its route from the terminus in Jardine’s Lookout to the Central waterfront between the Star ferry concourse and the outlying islands ferry pier.
  64. Along Canton Road, just up from the Salisbury Road corner where the huge China Products store dominated the Star Ferry concourse precincts in Tsimshatsui, there used to be a little village of tea houses, or dai pai dongs as the locals called them.
  65. I grew very uncomfortable, meanwhile; for the afternoon wore fast away, the man whom I had sent off returned from his errand, and I could distinguish, by the shine of the western sun up the valley, a concourse thickening outside Gimmerton chapel porch.
  66. A thousand cars, honking, shrieking, shouldered them, and bore Clarence and Cecelia Travers and their captive children stunned and silent down the concourse, onward ever onward into a city that had not seen them leave and did not look to see them return.
  67. One night, when the deep tragedy of Mary Queen of Scots was the play, there was a great concourse of people at The Theatre Royal, and the consequence was, that the Tappit-hen’s house, both but and ben, was, at the conclusion, filled to overflowing.
  68. Wandering slowly through the concourse trying to kill time before takeoff I tried to give the impression of being a seasoned traveller with my hold-all draped casually over my shoulder whilst clutching a boarding pass to the land of mystery and imagination in my trouser pocket.
  69. All were mounted upon the small domestic bull thoats of the red Martians, and their trappings and ornamentation bore such a quantity of gorgeously colored feathers that I could not but be struck with the startling resemblance the concourse bore to a band of the red Indians of my own Earth.
  70. Although the warm air was richly scented with the aromas of buttered popcorn, candy apples, cotton candy, the cinnamon and sugar and fried dough of churros, nevertheless, as I threaded through the colorful tapestry of people on the concourse, there were times when a delicious aroma suddenly soured.
  71. Madison's re-election to the Presidency, he took the oath to support the Constitution of the United States, administered to him by Chief Justice Marshall, in the presence of many members of Congress, the Judges of the Supreme Court, the foreign Ministers, and a great concourse of ladies and gentlemen.
  72. I had again left my boat at the wharf below Bridge; the time was an hour earlier in the afternoon; and, undecided where to dine, I had strolled up into Cheapside, and was strolling along it, surely the most unsettled person in all the busy concourse, when a large hand was laid upon my shoulder by some one overtaking me.
  73. The urn could be nothing else than a container of the weaponized rabies virus suspended in some medium that would efficiently convey it into the ogre’s exhalations, whereupon it would be spewed with force across the crowded concourse, through the happy bustling crowd, toward the many rides and the other attractions in the center of the midway.
  74. It is the pupa, and not the larva, of the Chironomus which has this power; and Grimm further shows that this case, to a certain extent, "unites that of the Cecidomyia with the parthenogenesis of the Coccidae;" the term parthenogenesis implying that the mature females of the Coccidae are capable of producing fertile eggs without the concourse of the male.
  75. The offerings along that flank of the concourse were pretty much as they had been in past years, among them: Bingo Palace; Quarter Toss; an air-rifle shooting gallery; Wearable Art, where an artist with an airbrush would paint any image you wanted on a T-shirt; Face It, where you could have your face decorated with water-soluble paints in an almost infinite variety of ways.
  76. Doctor Halley ascribes them to a fortuitous concourse of atoms, which the earth meets in her annual track through the ecliptic; and Sir John Pringle seems to regard them as bodies of a celestial character, revolving round centres, and intended by the Creator for wise and beneficent purposes, perhaps to our atmosphere, to free it of noxious qualities, or supply such as are salutary.
  77. That, immediately, on a signal, the prisoner was removed to the interior of the prison again; but, that he, the Doctor, had then so strongly pleaded for permission to remain and assure himself that his son-in-law was, through no malice or mischance, delivered to the concourse whose murderous yells outside the gate had often drowned the proceedings, that he had obtained the permission, and had remained in that Hall of Blood until the danger was over.
  78. The arrival of the worldrenowned headsman was greeted by a roar of acclamation from the huge concourse, the viceregal ladies waving their handkerchiefs in their excitement while the even more excitable foreign delegates cheered vociferously in a medley of cries, hoch, banzai, eljen, zivio, chinchin, polla kronia, hiphip, vive, Allah , amid which the ringing evviva of the delegate of the land of song (a high double F recalling those piercingly lovely notes with which the.
  79. Petersburg, to convict and punish the evil-doers of the commissariat,—when in all the cities dinners with speeches were given to the heroes of Sevastopol, and when to them, with arms and legs torn off, toasts were drunk, on meeting them on the bridges and on the highways; that time, when oratorical talents developed so rapidly in the nation that a certain dram-shopkeeper everywhere and upon all occasions wrote and printed and recited by rote at dinners such strong speeches, that the guardians of the peace had to take repressive measures against the dram-shopkeeper's eloquence,—when in the very English club a special room was set aside for the discussion of public matters,—when periodicals sprang up under the most diversified standards,—periodicals that evolved European principles on a European basis, but with a Russian world conception, and periodicals on an exclusively Russian basis, but with a European world conception,—when suddenly there appeared so many periodicals that all names seemed to be exhausted,—"The Messenger," and "The Word," and "The Speaker," and "The Observer," and "The Star," and "The Eagle," and many more, and, in spite of it, there appeared ever new names; that time, when the constellation of philosophic writers made its appearance to prove that science was national, and not national, and non-national, and so forth, and the constellation of artistic writers, who described a grove, and the sunrise, and a storm, and the love of a Russian maiden, and the indolence of a certain official, and the bad conduct of many officials; that time, when on all sides appeared questions (as in the year '56 they called every concourse of circumstances, of which no one could make any sense), questions of cadet corps, universities, censorship, oral judicature, finance, banking, police, emancipation, and many more:—everybody tried to discover ever new questions, everybody tried to solve them, wrote, read, spoke, made projects, wanted to mend everything, destroy, change, and all Russians, like one man, were in indescribable ecstasy.
  80. On his coming out, the concourse made at him anew, weeping,.

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