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    1. "I think Venna needs to catch up on some sleep

    2. Catch them being

    3. We have to catch up with her," Herndon said, "That's our only chance

    4. "It would be better to catch her offshore, she can't disappear into the crowd that way

    5. Even if he didn’t catch the show in the morning, the captain never missed Kevin and Becca’s evening broadcast

    6. Tom stops a moment and points so he can catch his breath

    7. He wondered where she was now, playing in the snows of Kugenzglaw? Or did she experience one winter and head right back down to her old place down Sinbara point? What if she'd come up to the Wild Catch last Nightday?

    8. Johnny trailed Nancy, trying to quickly dodge the students faster than she was so he could catch up to her

    9. Homemade traps are easy to make that catch any type of insect

    10. Before that and the Wild Catch, I was afraid I could get bored here

    11. “What are we going to do with it when we catch it?”

    12. "We have to catch up with her," Herndon said, "That's our only chance

    13. She’s not exactly the best catch

    14. Just drop me off there and I'll catch a coach

    15. She could catch a lakerunner from wherever the coach would drop her on the north shore

    16. After running down several blocks, they came to a stop and tried to catch their breath

    17. The catch is fiddly, but I manage it second time, and open the door

    18. I lean against the cupboards, half my brain trying to catch up

    19. He could catch up with Tahlmute

    20. doostEr immediately sent Estwig home with the kedas, he and Tahlmute could catch a streetcar

    21. "So what's the catch Ajarn?" Tattoos weren't really her thing but she understood enough to know that although they usually worked, there was always a sting in the tail

    22. It looked like these longleaf hangleaves would wait for full dark to start furling, as long as there were still a few red photons to be had, they would try and catch them

    23. ‘Did they catch whoever it was?’

    24. Enough to catch up on 6 months mortgage arrears in one go, get the debt collectors off his back

    25. You've been busy studying the planet too, there's a lot to catch up on there

    26. "Too much to catch up on there, I'm just following the details of the evolutionary sequence, that's been my study

    27. ’ I told her as she puts it round my neck and, brushing my hair out of the way, fiddles with the catch

    28. Tom managed to catch a glimpse of her leaving the car park

    29. I catch a glint of water behind round the edge of a beautifully clipped yew hedge

    30. ’ I said, my voice cracking as my emotions catch up now that the pressure is off to a large extent

    31. of his thoughts and floating away before he could catch hold of them

    32. Keogh stumbled to catch it

    33. "They’ll never catch up with Hardway and the rest of them

    34. Probably can’t catch us if we keep moving at this speed," Phipps said, "but we’ll have to stop if we actually find anything and we want to secure it

    35. We’ll catch up once this play is over

    36. He didn’t stand in the doorway as though he might catch some ideological disease from the infidel

    37. New hopes: Themis, the aerobics instructor, has invited the whole class to a restaurant tomorrow night! Needless to say, I will join the party and I already wonder what I could do to catch his attention

    38. I relate this to Amy when I phone her for our usual catch up call, which is a mistake as I rapidly discover

    39. "What’s our ETA to the terminus? Will they catch up before we make it?"

    40. As the twelfth chime hits the air, everyone shouts Happy New Year, and I catch Nick’s eye

    41. There is another catch involved in this process

    42. I also agree with Vincef that a clandestine operation is the only way we'll catch the wizards themselves

    43. The click of a safety catch

    44. Thru all of it he was terrified that someone was going to come on live and catch him at it

    45. He stopped and waited for her to catch up, joined arms with her

    46. You need to catch this tendency now

    47. He could simply sit, talk to the stars, drink, and maybe catch a word or two from that bloody moon

    48. ‘I’ve just arrived in Bristol and wanted to catch you before you went out anywhere

    49. As passed us at full speed, going uphill like it was nothing while I was advised, just because it has been offered doesn’t mean we struggled to catch our breath and gasping for air

    50. While there is nothing wrong with having usually catch up with them at the clubhouse later and their fruit and sipping on energy drinks, skip the water on the first advice has been pretty useful

    1. • Cinch Gopher Trap has a metal plate with a cinch lasso which catches the gophers

    2. A sword catches the top of my ear

    3. … Joanna pregnant … that clobbers me right between the eyes and I pause, the cup halfway to my mouth while my brain catches up … but that was what Dan always wanted

    4. This flea trap also catches roaches on its sticky mat

    5. He looks out the window, catches a glimpse of an unsmiling policeman with a machine gun cradled in his arms

    6. When our spirit catches the Word, we are able to call those things

    7. He turns to see where the dog has got to and we wait while Buster catches up with us before climbing over the stile into the field

    8. The nervousness catches him off-guard as he's truly mesmerized by her

    9. But then, something catches his attention

    10. Love, the fleeting glance that catches hold,

    11. but she cups her hand, catches it,

    12. ensuring the leavers were not cocked and the safety catches were

    13. “Never mind that, if the Alderfolk catches us we are all in trouble

    14. A messenger bird catches up with us as we ride back towards the wasteg

    15. A tear catches in the leather creases of his ancient eyes

    16. A warm breeze catches at my hair

    17. The bullet catches him in the chest

    18. Her hair catches in will-o’-the-wisp claws,

    19. He catches glimpses of the women he loves

    20. that catches a fraying strand of life

    21. I thought I was pretty street-wise having lived in Bristol for some years, but this man’s manner catches me on a nerve, making me uncomfortable

    22. ‘How are you feeling?’ he asked as the fire finally catches

    23. A glare of sunlight catches my attention and I watch puzzled as we draw nearer to the cause of this brightness … astonished, I see a vast greenhouse complex

    24. Berndt catches the end of her statement as he comes into the room

    25. ‘Go and give Gary a hand unloading the stuff from the car, please, Ben?’ That catches Abi’s attention for a moment

    26. Ali, no shots, give them catches

    27. Alastair catches my eye as he raises his glass and I blush again but for a totally different reason this time

    28. latches and catches, it was designed to prevent the delivery of more

    29. It’s not until I’m getting undressed for bed several hours after this that my brain catches up with my emotions

    30. wolf coming, and leaves the sheep, and flees: and the wolf catches them, and scatters the

    31. wicked one, and catches away that which was sown in his heart

    32. He catches my hand and kisses it, looking at me over it, his eyes almost begging me to understand

    33. He catches the tub with his upper arm, feels the pressure of contact and withdraws, moving his right arm across his twisting body to steady the thing before it makes any noise, but he is too slow

    34. He catches a glimpse of someone peering in through the bay window

    35. Then, when something happens, when some random action catches Billy's attention, the hands on the clock sneak forward in five minute increments

    36. " Maggie settles back into her own chair and catches the weather bulletin

    37. After a few seconds grappling with another question he hurries forward and catches up with Sergeant Miller by the swing doors at the entrance to the canteen

    38. Alex catches a flicker of light from the portable television behind the bar

    39. A Saab rag top catches his eye at a good price

    40. As he stands he catches sight of the torn knee in his jeans

    41. The lane twists and dips past Hoops restaurant, turning sharply left, and as the Mondeo swings through the curves and Alex catches a flash of brake lights up ahead, Billy starts to feel nauseous

    42. He catches a shower of sparks from her eyes and he lets them fall onto his upturned palms

    43. He catches the wise in their own

    44. about whatever catches your attention, and trust

    45. about whatever catches your atte

    46. Desa used a few fingers of her hidden hand on the base strings with a string section patch gently in the background while Wuffs began swirling and twirling and hurling the lween, up into a silence [indoors or during Nightday, this is when the other spotlights come on] til he catches it and then she can use impact notes on the visible side, Leshar starts to play and the intro to HarvestHenge 151-13 is over

    47. Safety catches off

    48. A row of framed photos on a far wall catches her eye

    49. Mark catches her as she drops to her knees in the sand

    50. It is as if, as you let go, your true self catches you and sustains you

    1. Before she could react any further, Scar spun free of her sword and kicked out, catching Silence in the stomach and sending her flying backward

    2. I have found this system to really work in attracting, catching, and killing flies

    3. ’ I promised, catching up with her

    4. "Huh?" doostEr wasn't catching this

    5. ’ I said, catching the eye of the waitress

    6. ‘Why? What’s happened?’ I asked, catching his mood

    7. ’ Stephen said, catching hold of me and pulling me towards him

    8. ’ I said, catching the revealing glance that passes swiftly between the two of them

    9. ’ I started, my brain only then catching up with the last part of his comment

    10. She should have used more time explaining and less time catching up on sex and breakfast

    11. I felt rough fibres catching at the corners of my mouth as though I were being force fed a winding sheet, and then, as stars started to explode across my eyelids, I realised with a flood of relief that my head and shoulders were still covered by the sacking

    12. He’s probably busy catching up on his workload

    13. Catching the wizards unawares and trapped within their compound where they can physically be brought to justice

    14. Sitting behind Nick, catching my breath, I contemplate the back of his head while Rose tells me how warm the beautiful shawl Nick gave her for Christmas is

    15. While they waited for breakfast he tried to convince her there could be some hope of catching that paperwork before Venna did

    16. ’ She said, catching Iain’s eye

    17. evenings catching up on what he had missed till now

    18. of conversations across the grass, catching noise and clattering glass,

    19. catching reflections from the coloured lights

    20. catching swirls of dust on thermals

    21. catching eyes and flies

    22. folded neatly, catching lines of dust in creases,

    23. each flush of the moth’s wings, catching the feather spikes

    24. catching up with Alderfolk Pottypears

    25. The evening mist is gathering over the fields now, catching the last rays of the setting sun

    26. ‘Had a lot of catching up to do

    27. I breathe too, catching snowflakes on the tip

    28. I hadn’t thought about the men catching up with us on the mainland …

    29. Mikri followed from a distance, sometimes catching up but when I reached the end of the lane, he stopped, watched me for a little, shook a paw, then turned and plodded back to the house

    30. "You've got quite a bit of catching up to do," he said, reaching thru the mesh that was still all she wore

    31. I left Aristethes unconscious, sitting upright, head back, mouth ajar, catching flies

    32. Garth blinks in surprise, reaching out and gently catching the stone

    33. ’ I commented, catching up with Berndt, who has got a little ahead of me

    34. Catching his drift quickly, Daniel got up and made a show of taking James and showing him the camp

    35. This would be an incredible method to catching your love in a lie as they tell you one thing and

    36. And then there are the more simplistic methods of catching people in their lies

    37. He suddenly saw that the others were catching up to them, so they continued on quickly

    38. Catching the odd bass is one thing, but I’ve never managed anything other than my own time, and besides, he’s hardly going to take me on in my current state of health, is he!”

    39. He rushed to her, catching her before she hit the ground

    40. Rays of sunlight were catching the diamond teardrop earrings of a stunningly beautiful young lady in the opposite stand and it was these bursts of pure radiance that were catching Terry’s attention

    41. So here he was, sitting in front of the fire warming up and catching up on his notes

    42. I remembered reading somewhere that it was the last rays of the sun catching Mount Hymettos that told Socrates the time had come to drink hemlock and die

    43. 'We will start with catching practice

    44. Keep this tip in mind: fish with two flies since this doubles your chances of catching one

    45. and me, and we had a tough time catching it

    46. C'mon inside,' he said, catching his breath

    47. vagabond strolled through the square, catching sight of the protest

    48. Her only means of catching him would be to stay with him every hour he wasn’t on duty

    49. They spent time catching up on all the events of the past weeks while they waited for their food

    50. “You are advancing very well my love,” she spun and shot out her leg catching him off guard

    1. It falls short onto the counter, not that she would have caught it anyway

    2. “It caught us all by surprise

    3. adulterous woman who was caught in the act of adultery

    4. We were fellow exiles starting a great industry with our alien knowledge and got caught up in it

    5. Slugs and snails enter and once inside will get caught in the solution

    6. It was the eyes that lured me in, but the smile was what caught me

    7. Whenever I feel it vibrate, I race over to see if I caught something to eat, but then it’s always him just putzing around

    8. Ackers caught Nancy studying the ceiling as they walked

    9. When the locals pray at night, they all include the same prayer: may those caught in the teeth of the Krummling die silently and without fear

    10. A bead caught in the treads of his sandal

    11. He actually caught her in the air, held her up for a moment, and then threw her to the ground at his feet

    12. Today the young are caught up with their careers, the middle-aged with position and prestige and everyone with competition and resultant insecurity

    13. Scar’s breath caught in his throat

    14. ’ Stephen muttered as we reach the car; he’s got one of those automatic unlocking devices on his car and, by the time the crowd have caught up with us, I am in the front seat buckling on the seat belt and he is starting the engine

    15. He was caught already! How did this happen? The United Order wasn’t supposed to know any of their real identities, let alone where Johnny lived

    16. Once she caught her breath she found some tiny sticks more by feel than sight

    17. He listened as the beeps came closer; he was about to be caught

    18. Where did that explosion come from? What was going on? Who had authorized all of this? With no answers to any of his questions, Ackers was forced to take some kind of action or wait under the desk to be caught by someone

    19. If the mood caught him, he would depopulate entire cities

    20. His first order of business was to find out who was in the room without being caught

    21. There was nothing to do but wait to be caught

    22. She caught a note of the surf in the background and a single pang of homesickness struck her

    23. She's so caught up in getting the Heavenly Mother in that she doesn't like to be interrupted

    24. When the whale was caught, Archimedes hopped off the dying whale and joined the crew of whaling humans

    25. He twisted round in his chair, caught the attention of one of

    26. He hadn't caught on down here, since that was decades before the first Brazilian moved here

    27. He caught up with Tahlmute at Waterfront Place where they caught a streetcar for the south docks

    28. Dave finishes cleaning a fish he has just caught, takes a strip of the flesh and re-baits the hook, tosses it over the side

    29. " I inadvertently caught his eye when he said this

    30. ‘She didn’t survive infancy though – there was a nasty strain of measles going the rounds and she caught it

    31. He also thought that he caught the sound of something swishing rhythmically amongst

    32. "So I guess we're pretty much caught up now?" she asked

    33. Nothing caught his eye as

    34. There’s some question about whether the man had been caught with his hand in the till which will need looking into, but the net result is that Sadler’s story no longer holds water

    35. ‘You’ve caught the sun, Liz

    36. She caught a

    37. Glenelle knew it would give a mortal a lethal burn if one was caught in the blast from an early 22nd century fusion shuttlecraft

    38. Her act caught the attention of a driver of a delivery van passing by, who pulled over to the curb beside her

    39. "The one her cherub thought she caught

    40. "But she caught the cherub

    41. The words that he wanted to conjure up caught at the back

    42. We sent Stephen to my parents as soon as we realised, he was early teens by then and it would have been very nasty if he had caught it, though he had been inoculated against it, I believe

    43. Tig didn’t have time to look away from his assigned sector off the ‘dragger’s right shoulder, but Parker must have hit something with those rounds because he caught a flash out the corner of his eye

    44. As they entered the transit, the plasma caught and trailed off the spikes on their three-dozen red hulls

    45. There was something nasty going round, can’t remember what it was now, but he caught it and died very quickly and totally unexpectedly

    46. I even caught a glimpse through my tears of one of our guards wiping a speck of dust from his cheek

    47. Then The Man turned to Menachem and spoke menaces softly as he caught his breath

    48. "In the big picture, yes," he said, "But in day-to-day life, we haven't been very caught up in religion

    49. Begrudgingly he had to admit that in spite of the bats-and-spiders decor of their systems, the Kassikan had caught up with what they had on the Lula

    50. If this was ready when the Kassikan flew Ernesto's body to the north, they could have caught up with the airship before the tunnel and brought him back

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