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1. The fear of the Lord prolong days.
2. PROLONG THE LIFE OF WHATEVER YOU OWN.
3. Prolong the life of whatever you own.
4. I saw no reason to prolong this agony.
5. To prolong doubt was to prolong hope.
6. If this situation exists for a prolong.
7. Play to the crowd, and prolong the moment.

8. It is caused by prolong high levels of environment.
9. No one can prolong the past, nor can they extend time.
10. To deny his request would just prolong the inevitable.
11. I purposely opened the door slowly to prolong her agony.
12. The plausibility of his excuse might prolong their lives.
13. It means it wouldn't change the outcome, just prolong it.
14. Then he would prolong their punishment as long as possible.
15. She clicked off so he would not answer and prolong the pain.
16. Don’t try to ask questions just to prolong the interview.
17. Money can prolong the life span but it cannot make it better.
18. He could prolong, for a moment anyhow, his last combat mission.
19. Prolong period of taking these kinds of food without balancing.
20. It shows that JF-31 would enable to prolong the life of the pig cell.
21. The time, they added, had come to end the campaign, not to prolong it.
22. He sat down with these words, evidently intending to prolong his visit.
23. The prolong period of inflammation causes blood static as resulting of.
24. Remaining in the cold place or swimming in the cold water for a prolong.
25. At this point, chemo will most likely not save her life, but prolong it.
26. How to prolong the suffering? How, first of all, to bring it about? Well.
27. Do not prolong the discussion or do something that will break the monotony.
28. They munched slowly, masticating every bite to prolong the sense of eating.
29. He tried to hold back, tried to prolong the exquisite pressure but lasted no.
30. By then most successful people were able to prolong their lives indefinitely.
31. If there was something wrong there was no need to prolong the news any further.
32. There would be no fruitful qualities of the inner being to prolong civilization.
33. He stared up at me in disbelief at what he’d just done to prolong his own torment.
34. Bulstrode, it is not desirable, I think, to prolong the present discussion, said Mr.
35. If blood clots are allowed to accumulate for a prolong period of time in the veins of.
36. It is against the will of God that you prolong this incomplete stage of your development.
37. In order to prolong their meeting, the group ensured that Rebecca and Syd were never alone.
38. By doing that, you would not just save energy, but also prolong the lifespan of your lights.
39. Yes, he’d toy with her a bit longer, to prolong her terror, before he went in for the kill.
40. Though the Lord makes His life an offering for sin, He will prolong the days of His offspring.
41. If you keep the appliances well cleaned, you can improve their efficiency and prolong their life.
42. Practice this stage frequently but do not prolong your efforts to the point when you begin to tire.
43. There was also still a lot of animosity from the people who couldn't afford to prolong their lives.
44. Mitchell then figured that this was his way to avoid a delicate conversation, prolong the inevitable.
45. Change your furnace filters at least every three months to further prolong the life of your furnace.
46. Thus, you should not prolong the interview by telling them about something, or asking more questions.
47. Lorna wondered if the water from the windmill would only prolong their eventual death by a day or two.
48. Um, don’t you think we should be trying to get her out of here and not prolong her stay? Corey asks.
49. But, since magic-wielding Humans can prolong there death for centuries it’s likely the reward still stands.
50. He has been aiming to create a biotechnology that can prolong human life on earth employing jelly fish cells.
51. Time would only have served to prolong and enhance Zacchaeus’ misery and pain as they grew into adolescents.
52. Attention span of the audience is one thing you should look into and make the necessary efforts to prolong it.
53. Yes, the cell could prolong the lives of the soldier except if they are hit by bullets and then bleed to death.
54. But she had no wish to prolong the moment, especially when those around her needed what skills she could offer.
55. The remaining strength was not enough to affect the outcome of the battle, but was enough to prolong the agony.
56. Once he entered her, his own movements matched hers, and he was unable to prolong the arrival of his own climax.
57. Making sure that your tires are properly inflated can prolong its life and save you some money in the process.
58. He was absolutely convinced that nothing could be done to prolong his brother’s life or to relieve his suffering.
59. Living underground may prolong the span of one’s years, but it is rare to ever live to experience such longevity.
60. In The Forgotten Man, Shlaes said that FDR helped prolong the Great Depression into the late 1930s by raising taxes.
61. Many times he would prolong the talk beyond the expected limit and let them drift into comments of a domestic nature.
62. She felt his desire returning and, although she tried to prolong its consummation, she soon gave way to her own passion.
63. As I was already halfway to the door by the time I said this, she did not get much of a chance to prolong the conversation.
64. This is because, when you prolong the intervals between having a meals and snacks, it can actually encourage binge eating.
65. They didn’t care whether or not it worked, it was the mere desire to prolong mortal life that was the unpardonable sin.
66. Deut: 32:47: For it is not a vain thing for you; because it is your life: and through this thing ye shall prolong your days.
67. You know, whenever Pharaoh wanted to prolong the period of slavery in Egypt, he had a favorite, favorite formula for doing it.
68. Jakkar had a choice, continue to dump power into S’ilindsa to prolong her futile attack, or send his power to aid the Chosen.
69. She would be used only as a passing diversion or a carrier of a child to prolong the sick culture that she was being sold into.
70. This is because doing that would prolong your time of eating, which would provide your body a chance to distinguish being full.
71. However, even in many hopeless cases drinking tea made from Jorobté leaves can dramatically lessen pain and prolong life.
72. Why? Sophia asked, but she flushed the instant she realized she had made it obvious she wanted to prolong their conversation.
73. Then his mind caught up with him, and he realized that this morning was not a morning he should spend trying to prolong his sleep.
74. The discovery of a rare mineral that could prolong life had been discovered on the moon and the big Arct corporations wanted it all.
75. Why must he prolong this conversation? It was as if he could not stop himself from speaking of Ailia, and that made her even more upset.
76. In effect, what the Hood did was increase the Iotians ability to produce food and prolong the lives of all the citizens on their planet.
77. When it comes to that, it is a good idea to choose whole grains, since they contain lots of fiber, which can prolong the digestion process.
78. For Tom this was another of these moments that you can always prolong by another moment, but which still never becomes longer than a moment.
79. I know you want me to prove who I am, but I thought I would prolong it for the five full rounds, and give the spectators something to watch.
80. It was the law to have no other pets but Napies, also it was the law that no one could in any way try to prolong the life span of the Napies.
81. Why prolong our suffering? What does your Master even care? I’ve seen the Dark Army, and compared to its vastness, we are inconsequential.
82. They had pretty much used up the subject of Vikenvor's rig by the time Yarin returned and Desa didn't try to find ways to prolong the conversation.
83. Evidence suggests they were trying to prolong human life and then ended up killing off all the adults, leaving the children to fend for themselves.
84. It knew that its victim could never escape its clutches and by teasing with a slow journey to an agonizing death, it could prolong the mental torture.
85. The present was a state of suspense, from which the nation ought to be removed, and he was unwilling to prolong this state by the passage of the bill.
86. Such events are rare, and unforeseen, and while Medica experts were immediately at his side, there were no measures to be taken that could prolong his life.
87. In that language he knew so well how to assume, he diverted his comrades from their instant purpose, and invited them to prolong the misery of their victims.
88. He found the impetus for a few more desperate, frantic jerks as his head was going under, and he managed to prolong the suffering with a few more gasps of air.
89. It was through this process that Raya’s father intended to use his daughter to gain the benefits of being younger and prolong his already overly prolonged life.
90. When you want to make use of a concealer to hide blemishes, pimples, or any other imperfections, there are things that you can do, in order to prolong its effects.
91. She wondered if she intensified her participation if it would accelerate his rush to a certain end, or would he simply increase his resistance to prolong the experience.
92. Her father invariably spent that day alone in the library; and walked, at dusk, as far as Gimmerton kirkyard, where he would frequently prolong his stay beyond midnight.
93. I declare unto you this day, that you shall surely perish; you shall not prolong your days in the land…I have set before you life and death, the blessing and the curse.
94. We made love easily; I am almost tempted to say calmly, and I found out I could prolong the act for very long without reaching an orgasm, which both surprised and pleased Ricky.
95. He mentioned the beauties of his native country and asked us if those were not sufficient allurements to induce us to prolong our journey as far north as Perth, where he resided.
96. To tell them that she felt ashamed for herself and for them would be to betray her agitation, while to decline their offers to dress her would prolong their banter and insistence.
97. Looking at the evidence it seems like an open and shut case to me and I don’t see any reason to prolong the verdict, he looked to his two Majors who nodded their agreement.
98. They were of the view that this diversion to the Mediterranean would only prolong Allied efforts; preferring an early cross-Channel attack to be launched by August or September 1942.
99. When Jean Valjean wished to prolong his visit and to induce forgetfulness of the hour, he sang the praises of Marius; he pronounced him handsome, noble, courageous, witty, eloquent, good.
100. We agree with the great body of intelligent people on this coast that the Chinese must go, but the course proposed by this club will only tend to prolong their stay in this country.
1. STOP PROLONGING THE.
2. Prolonging desire in the.
3. Prolonging bath day did have its advantages.
4. I knew I was only prolonging the inevitable.
5. There was no sense in prolonging the suspense.
6. There was no point in prolonging the inevitable.
7. You’re prolonging the inevitable, give me the gun.
8. You’re only prolonging the inevitable, Stenworth said.
9. He hummed, prolonging in solemn echo the closes of the bars:.
10. The pill is considered a blockbuster pill for prolonging life.
11. The hunters take aim, prolonging the moment for dramatic effect.
12. Does he know you? Alex asked prolonging the girl’s game.
13. That was Julie's way of saving and prolonging her mother's life.
14. Instantly they got a brilliant idea of prolonging their stay here.
15. There is still a problem, I said prolonging the grimness, I.
16. I touched my hair impulsively, prolonging the moment to think of a lie.
17. Your prolonging the inevitable will only cause you difficulty in the long run.
18. Harry with his assistant Sarah resumes working hard to achieve fauna life prolonging.
19. Not prolonging the agony of her situation, he made haste to bring the engine back to life.
20. They had to get me back home and prolonging the situation was only going to make me worse.
21. If it worsened, a game cancellation was imminent, just prolonging the inevitable end of the.
22. They think of doing a research to stop JF-31 cells for prolonging the lives of the soldiers but they fail.
23. But, the emperor accepted the futility of prolonging the conflict and intervened in support of the peace faction.
24. There seems little point in prolonging the agony and the old man will get himself royally pissed before too long.
25. In general, one can claim that the developer should strive for prolonging the out-of-sample period as much as possible.
26. Magoo, prolonging registration, then shuffling beneath the string of high hexagonal lanterns straight toward the elevator.
27. Are we really ready to deal with overpopulation and famine on this scale? We seem to be better at destroying life than prolonging it.
28. The heat of her body was urging him on, and Colling fought to control his physical reactions, holding back and prolonging the inevitable.
29. Quietly, calmly, sensuously, voluptuously, prolonging our union, moving in soulful kisses from the flesh to the soul and back again, in the third.
30. Whether you are talking to someone or looking at someone at a distance, prolonging eye contact can send the message that you are interested in her.
31. Harry and Sarah have no choice but to disclose their discovery to the United States of America government to use it in prolonging the lives of the soldiers.
32. The innate decency and honesty and health of the German culture and people had to be systematically destroyed as much as possible by prolonging the war as long as possible.
33. By prolonging period τs, we increase the probability of capturing diverse market phases, and, thus, reduce the sensitivity of the strategy to the changing market environment.
34. All he answered was, Very well, your leaders son will remain in our custody, please inform him that his decisions are prolonging the hostage taking and potentially ending his life.
35. Accepting the conclusion that hostilities are unavoidable, we must make every preparation, not only for withstanding the first shock, but for prolonging the war as much as possible.
36. Her mother chimed in to the same tune: a certain way she had of making her labours in the house seem heavier than they were by prolonging them indefinitely, also weighed in the argument.
37. But when it is Reagan’s turn to speak, he looks bold and confident: I definitely think that the demonstrations are prolonging the war, he says emphatically, and then lists the reasons.
38. What more could I hope to do by prolonging the interview? I had succeeded on behalf of Herbert, Miss Havisham had told me all she knew of Estella, I had said and done what I could to ease her mind.
39. What's more, she promptly confiscated Stepan Trofimovitch and carried him off to the drawing-room—as though he had had no interview with Lembke, or as though it was not worth prolonging if he had.
40. If so much had sprung to the surface, I scarce put it too strongly in saying that what had perhaps sprung highest was the absurdity of our prolonging the fiction that I had anything more to teach him.
41. The German generals, despite being shocked at the decrepit extent of their leader’s physical decline had little option other than to fall in line with his insane plans, thereby prolonging the agony.
42. Brocklehurst; and indeed that gentleman was from home during the greater part of the first month after my arrival; perhaps prolonging his stay with his friend the archdeacon: his absence was a relief to me.
43. The map might also be extended to the boundary of Connecticut, by prolonging the primitive ranges with some divergency, and colouring the intermediate space secondary, except a narrow tract on the east side of Connecticut river, which is alluvial.
44. All life is based upon these constructive and destructive activities and as food, water, and air are the only requisites necessary for the construction of cells, it would seem that the problem of prolonging life indefinitely would not be a very difficult one.
45. Nay, I will confess to you that I like the bill as it stands, providing for enlistments for one year only, better than I should were it amended, as has been proposed, by prolonging the terms, precisely for the reason that the force will be less efficient and dangerous, and more under legislative control.
46. His unfortunate flirtation with Keynesian Economic Policies (Wage and Price Controls) and prolonging the ―Great Society‖ by introducing fresh initiatives, threw a monkey wrench into the economy but enough of that! Seeking (public) forgiveness, if not self-forgiveness, this tormented soul sought redemption in seclusion and productive writing.
47. But, if it were possible to surmount this fundamental objection, and if that rule which forbids, during the same session of the Senate, the re-agitation of a proposition once decided, were disregarded, your committee would still be at a loss to find any sufficient reasons for prolonging the political existence of the corporation for the purpose of winding up its affairs.
48. Debray, who perceived the gathering clouds, and felt no desire to witness the explosion of Madame Danglars' rage, suddenly recollected an appointment, which compelled him to take his leave; while Monte Cristo, unwilling by prolonging his stay to destroy the advantages he hoped to obtain, made a farewell bow and departed, leaving Danglars to endure the angry reproaches of his wife.
49. It was Sunday noon and the fog touching at the hotel windows when the mist did not and rain rinsing the fog and then leaving off to let the mist return and coffee after lunch was prolonging itself into tea with the promise of high tea ahead and beyond that the Buttery pub opening belowstairs, or the Second Coming and the only sound was porcelain cups against porcelain teeth and the whisper of silk or the creak of shoes until at last a swinging door leading from the small library-writing room squealed softly open and an old man, holding on to the air should he fall, shuffled out, stopped, looked around at everyone, slowly, and said in a calm drear voice:.
50. As a friend from friends his final withdrawal prolonging,.
1. There was a prolonged pause.
2. The prolonged ring went on.
3. The visits were not prolonged.
4. Prolonged silence was the norm.
5. A prolonged ecstasy will burn.
6. Heir But Prolonged His Choosing.
7. The denial stage may be prolonged.
8. We all had a good prolonged laugh.
9. He prolonged it just long enough.
10. The boy went through a prolonged.
11. He had the same prolonged silences.
12. Petersburg are a prolonged twilight.
13. His prolonged stay puzzled them and.
14. The latter gave him a prolonged stare.
15. This suggests that prolonged loss of.
16. A prolonged and awkward silence followed.
17. There may be the same prolonged sexual.
18. This caused prolonged laughter among us.
19. Prolonged steam baths, overlong massages.
20. Prolonged exposure to it can prematurely.
21. They heard a muffled and prolonged splash.
22. The mice lives are prolonged to five years.
23. However, the beating was savage and prolonged.
24. Helga’s prolonged prayers, as well as the.
25. His statement only prolonged the stare for a.
26. Prolonged exposure to this will cause problems.
27. It is like prolonged suffering in child-labor.
28. Prolonged abstinence subjects showed signif-.
29. Or to any prolonged statement of individuality?
30. There was a sound of a hollow and prolonged cough.
31. Nostromo's prolonged silence made the doctor uneasy.
32. The prolonged convalescence that followed created.
33. She fell into a prolonged and uncomfortable silence.
34. His stay there had been prolonged from week to week.
35. I think it would really hurt in a prolonged manner.
36. There followed a prolonged sensation in court, which.
37. A burst of applause, a prolonged tide on a dark shore.
38. The base is prolonged beyond the minimum time required.
39. I may have just prolonged its agony, he commented.
40. No one seemed concerned about Talaric’s prolonged rest.
41. Imagine that, the turtle said with a prolonged yawn.
42. This can be due to the prolonged exposure to the problem.
43. Our bodies reacted to the prolonged absence of each other.
44. It was really a prolonged stumble to a fall, but for his.
45. The cry came from the tent again, more prolonged this time.
46. The only thing she hadn't accounted for was her prolonged.
47. Suddenly she gave several prolonged shudders and lay still.
48. Does he even know? Moshe wondered at the prolonged silence.
49. When you are dealing with prolonged prodromal labor, it is.
50. Lately, and especially this past week, I am having prolonged.
51. These issues can be prolonged and trigger bouts of depression.
52. Excessive and prolonged stimulation resulting from prolonged.
53. Even mild but prolonged use will cause problems down the road.
54. Finally, he released the smoke in a prolonged billowing stream.
55. Suddenly there arose from all parts of the lowland a prolonged.
56. In fact, she hopes that the struggle may be keen and prolonged.
57. He prolonged the conversation even beyond its customary limits.
58. However, prolonged use of prescription drugs leads to addiction.
59. Pyotr Stepanovitch looked at him with a strange, prolonged smile.
60. Ergots cause prolonged contraction of the uterus and can cause a.
61. Very few have patience and discipline for such prolonged struggle.
62. A prolonged deflationary environment can wreak havoc on the market.
63. Although he was placed on a prolonged program of anti-coagulants.
64. The words rose up from his throat in a prolonged, threatening growl.
65. This is a nice ride, Darek blurted out to break the prolonged.
66. This was done primarily after prolonged droughts, floods or plagues.
67. Therefore, no German preparations were made for a prolonged struggle.
68. Then he gave a prolonged yawn, opening his mouth as wide as possible.
69. It will ensure that the attention span of your audience is prolonged.
70. Individual differences in the rate of normalization during prolonged.
71. Whereas my daily use of Biphetamine was not abusive, it was prolonged.
72. Prolonged spiking/elevation of insulin and leptin lead to insulin and.
73. It was during a prolonged gale, in waters hard upon the Antarctic seas.
74. Most biologists think living cells arose out of a complex and prolonged.
75. This prolonged Zem and Bev’s laughter as I laughed and gave out little.
76. SKIN CONTACT: Prolonged contact may cause transient reddening of the skin.
77. When the O is prolonged we are affecting one another and the surrounding.
78. The song is prolonged, persistent, it must be a tenor, it must be a tenor.
79. While he thus spoke, the growling noise became a prolonged roar, and then.
80. This terrible experience of prolonged solitude had the purpose of killing.
81. In 1707, those duties were still further prolonged, as a fund for new loans.
82. The truck came to a screeching halt after a prolonged skid of burnt rubber.
83. The believer who is caught up in the middle is often in a prolonged battle.
84. There was a fair wind and the ocean rose and fell with prolonged concussions.
85. It was because of these circumstances that Paul prolonged his stay in Corinth.
86. A mere half an hour had passed when there was a prolonged knocking at his door.
87. The Romans used crucifixion as a prolonged, agonizing, humiliating death…….
88. Harold threw himself into paving the way for his now foreseen prolonged absence.
89. This class of trading strategies performs especially well in prolonged good times.
90. With prolonged medication and counselling, we can bring these psychotic episodes.
91. The deficiencies charged upon this prolonged term amounted to £5,160,459: 14: 9½.
92. Puller rose too and the two men exchanged a prolonged hug accompanied by back slaps.
93. The only difference was that the cries and shrieks were more prolonged than before.
94. By this time, the climate in Siri’s homeland was experiencing a prolonged drought.
95. That means a prolonged preliminary discussion setting out those priorities and aims.
96. Stopping there prolonged our journey by one day, but neither Joseph nor I complained.
97. I thought that prolonged isolation would make him willing to come around to our plan.
98. The sensation is worse after prolonged standing and better when the legs are elevated.
99. And if that was not enough for fame, there was also his prolonged vigour to marvel at.
100. The gallery visit was a mere company invitation for the Bank’s prolonged benevolence.
1. And there is a wicked man who prolongs life.
2. Such thinking only prolongs the state of unhappiness.
3. Haven't you read? The latest research claims that sex prolongs life.
4. The fear of the Lord prolongs days; but the years of the wicked shall.
5. And then more long will prolongs inertial moving of emitted free particles.
6. Hope in reality is the worst of all evils because it prolongs the torments of man.
7. Fiber can actually make you feel full longer, since it prolongs the digestion process.
8. Heart beats increases in order to improve the power and prolongs the action of muscles.
9. Likely Custer's tactics prolongs the war, much like how the Washita Massacre sent a clear message to Natives that they could expect little mercy, causing them to fight even harder.
10. They are a fast-fading race, drowned in lotus dreams, stimulating their waking hours by means of the golden wine which heals wounds, prolongs life, and invigorates the most sated debauchee.
11. Every effort to change what is being felt or seen presupposes and confirms the illusion of the independent knower or ego, and to try to get rid of what isn’t there only prolongs confusion.

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