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1. It’s rude to lurk in doorways.
2. On this day he would not lurk in.
3. All sorts of dangers lurk in the.
4. Knockers lurk in the caves and mines.
5. Abdullah and Akbar lurk in the doorway.
6. Figures wander, lurk, peer from warrens.
7. How does he do that? Where does he lurk?

8. He was the caveman type and wouldn't lurk.
9. Lurk: To lie hid; to lie in wait for blood.
10. Throughout these chambers they hunt and lurk.
11. The goblins assuredly lurk therein, Claude contemplated.
12. And the assassins still lurk out in the world somewhere.
13. In fact, a silent lurk is maybe exactly what you’d aim for.
14. The weakness with the Tax lurk was to get the backup program actually used.
15. The mind-executioner peels back his thoughts to where the mountain dogs lurk.
16. They will stand on the moonlit street while we lurk up here in our dark rooms.
17. Abdullah and Akbar lurk in the shadows, along with a few of Omar’s body guards.
18. These creatures always lurk in the deepest woods they can find, and seldom emerge.
19. Who could blame the Fates if they doomed her soul to lurk alone in misery forever?
20. Chapter 14 examines potential industry effects that might lurk in the depths of the data pool.
21. It has an unspeakable, wild, Hindoo odor about it, such as may lurk in the vicinity of funereal pyres.
22. With us it would be as with them, to lurk and watch, to run and hide; the fear and empire of man had passed away.
23. They were as little children before Ahab; and yet, in Ahab, there seemed not to lurk the smallest social arrogance.
24. Being armless, hairless and featherless can coil on Cleopatra’s breast, lurk in a rose-bush or hide under the ground and hard to be slayed by St.
25. A sort of generic or Pantheistic vitality seemed to lurk in their very joints and bones, after what might be called the individual life had departed.
26. At the same time it is a stinking pesthole where most are addicts, burn-outs lie in the gutters and grey slugs of human beings lurk in the under-cellars.
27. Matthew with a sigh tried to dismiss the thought from his mind but it was something that would lurk in the background for them all until Joe made it home.
28. I still can't figure out what made Rob come to your office for an appointment at that time and what made our murderer lurk around at exactly the same time.
29. Good! Petranilla had spoken to the friar last night, and this morning Godwyn had instructed Philemon to lurk near the hospital and watch out for Murdo.
30. It had got dusk, and the moon looked over the high wall of the court, causing undefined shadows to lurk in the corners of the numerous projecting portions of the building.
31. She couldn’t help thinking that evil might lurk in its dark niches, that black stains of gore might be splattered on the walls, that she might never reemerge into daylight.
32. Those eyes grew and became gigantic, and in them the Cimmerian glimpsed the reality of all the abysmal and blasphemous horrors that lurk in the outer darkness of formless voids and nighted gulfs.
33. I looked into a certain corner near, half-expecting to see the slim outline of a once dreaded switch which used to lurk there, waiting to leap out imp-like and lace my quivering palm or shrinking neck.
34. One thing is known, these dangerous ladders are allowed to remain because of the prodigious bribes being supplied to the KULMOOG by the profiteering merchants who lurk by the bone-riddled ladder's base.
35. This particular bass fishing technique relies on the fact that most larger-sized bass fishes loves to lurk at the bottom, waiting for a wounded or weak shad to drift down to their level away from the bait ball.
36. It was a play that could not stand, and that did not need a close analysis, for it was just a vehicle by means of which Miss Tempest could let loose the matchless bag-o’-tricks among which her art may be said to lurk.
37. It was the severity of Holmes's manner and the fact that he slipped a revolver into his pocket before leaving our rooms which impressed me with the feeling that tragedy might prove to lurk behind this curious train of events.
38. The diaphanous thoughts and feelings that lurk beneath the surface of the mind help us to grow in integrity and wholeness, she now understood, but the need for self-honesty and accountability was vital if the natural process of psychic growing was to occur.
39. As for the new-era view, which turned upon the earnings trend as the sole criterion of value, whatever truth may lurk in this generalization, its blind adoption as a basis for common-stock purchases, without calculation or restraint, was certain to end in an appalling debacle.
40. It seems to have only been when an appeal was made to the Presence that has always seemed to lurk just beyond the natural senses of mankind for the guidance that was beyond Man’s ability to give himself, that he has been successful in devising and maintaining this Book of Wisdom.
41. We need the tonic of wildness—to wade sometimes in marshes where the bittern and the meadow-hen lurk, and hear the booming of the snipe; to smell the whispering sedge where only some wilder and more solitary fowl builds her nest, and the mink crawls with its belly close to the ground.
42. But supposing that all this is pure fancy?—a kind of mirage? Suppose I had misunderstood? Let me try and keep up my nasty part, and not commit myself, like the fool, by blind anger! Ought I to give them credit for intentions they have not? Their words are, in themselves, not very extraordinary ones— so much must be allowed; but a double meaning may lurk beneath them.
43. Once upon a time Angel had been so unlucky as to say to his father, in a moment of irritation, that it might have resulted far better for mankind if Greece had been the source of the religion of modern civilization, and not Palestine; and his father's grief was of that blank description which could not realize that there might lurk a thousandth part of a truth, much less a half truth or a whole truth, in such a proposition.
44. The foyer was totally dark as Feltus, followed close by Lowell who had drawn his revolver from beneath his jacket, cautiously entered and quickly glanced behind the door before flipping the switch for the chandelier that filled the area with immense, twinkling light, which contrasted with the dark parlour where only a single lamp by the settee adjacent to the painting futilely attempted to push back the shadows in which evil seemed to lurk.
45. She was a ship commanded, manned, equipped--not a sort of marine Ritz, proclaimed unsinkable and sent adrift with its casual population upon the sea, without enough boats, without enough seamen (but with a Parisian cafe and four hundred of poor devils of waiters) to meet dangers which, let the engineers say what they like, lurk always amongst the waves; sent with a blind trust in mere material, light-heartedly, to a most miserable, most fatuous disaster.
46. Do you mark those two lines between your eyes; and those thick brows, that instead of rising arched, sink in the middle; and that couple of black friends, so deeply buried, who never open their windows boldly, but lurk glinting under them, like devil's spies? Wish and learn to smooth away the surly wrinkles, to raise your lids frankly, and change the fiends to confident, innocent angels, suspecting and doubting nothing, and always seeing friends where they are not sure of foes.
47. On the 29th of April, as I was fishing from the bank of the river near the Nine-Acre-Corner bridge, standing on the quaking grass and willow roots, where the muskrats lurk, I heard a singular rattling sound, somewhat like that of the sticks which boys play with their fingers, when, looking up, I observed a very slight and graceful hawk, like a nighthawk, alternately soaring like a ripple and tumbling a rod or two over and over, showing the under side of its wings, which gleamed like a satin ribbon in the sun, or like the pearly inside of a shell.
48. The way in which eternal truths lurk along one's path, lie among the potatoes in cellars (did you ever observe the conduct of potatoes in cellars? Their desperate determination to reach up to the light? their absolute concentration on that one distant glimmer?), peep out at one from every apparently dull corner, sit among the stones, hang upon the bushes, come into one's room in the morning with the hot water, come out at night in heaven with the stars, never leave us, touch us, press upon us, if we choose to open our eyes and look, and our ears and listen—how extraordinary it is.
49. Was it not so, O Timor Tom! thou famed leviathan, scarred like an iceberg, who so long did'st lurk in the Oriental straits of that name, whose spout was oft seen from the palmy beach of Ombay? Was it not so, O New Zealand Jack! thou terror of all cruisers that crossed their wakes in the vicinity of the Tattoo Land? Was it not so, O Morquan! King of Japan, whose lofty jet they say at times assumed the semblance of a snow-white cross against the sky? Was it not so, O Don Miguel! thou Chilian whale, marked like an old tortoise with mystic hieroglyphics upon the back! In plain prose, here are four whales as well known to the students of Cetacean History as Marius or Sylla to the classic scholar.
1. He saw nothing lurking about.
2. And lurking down there was the.
3. Gorgons were lurking on every corner.
4. Lurking in the corners of the heart;.
5. There was no one lurking in the house.
6. There was something lurking there still.
7. Our friend Murphy may be lurking somewhere.
8. I didn’t see any intruders lurking around.
9. He did not see anyone lurking in the church.
10. Problems always loom, lurking in the shadows.
11. The evil is lurking everywhere now strong and.
12. His cross to the lurking Mannie da Costa was a.
13. There was always Talaat lurking in her thoughts.
14. Here there is a problem lurking in the corner, i.
15. But he knew they were there, lurking malevolently.
16. Especially with you lurking in the Gulf, Dunkyn.
17. Thousands of them, lurking silently in the shadows.
18. I can see the humor lurking in the back of his eyes.
19. It was just Jack, lurking around, doing—something.
20. He arched a brow, a smile lurking in those dark eyes.
21. Chancellor who, as usual, was lurking in the shadows.
22. What might be lurking amid those nameless woodlands?
23. Especially with Hell lurking in the dark waters below.
24. The rest of us were lurking in the shadows not far away.
25. Did you see any of the others lurking about when you.
26. There, according to the girl, Zargheba should be lurking.
27. High Chancellor who, as usual, was lurking in the shadows.
28. The Amazons had been beaten back, but were lurking just a.
29. If nothing else, it should also satisfy any lurking Editors.
30. You never knew who might be lurking about taking in the sun.
31. I scanned the area to ensure there was no danger lurking in.
32. There was a queer, contented look lurking in the lad’s eyes.
33. Her parents, obviously, had seen me lurking around the house.
34. She did have a lurking ambition to be prime minister one day.
35. Ryato’s anger lay like a lurking thunderstorm over the camp.
36. She had quite forgotten about the chest lurking in the gloom.
37. Jack could just make out a black cat with white feet lurking.
38. Thankfully, she wasn’t lurking in the shadows she was sound.
39. What a pleasant luncheon it was, in spite of the lurking dread.
40. Suddenly, the idea of Stallman lurking in the heart of Silicon.
41. She was walking to her room but didn’t see the shadow lurking.
42. Mary realizing that anyone could be lurking in the woods after.
43. The police could have grabbed these guys if they were lurking.
44. Which doesn’t mean someone or something couldn’t be lurking.
45. When your butt sits on it, truth is lurking round the corner.
46. As Bo stared around the hall he noticed a small figure lurking in.
47. I pulled back in case he sensed me lurking at the edge of his mind.
48. Where the earthworms would still be lurking around inside of it all.
49. That could only mean one thing: that a submarine is lurking around.
50. He was lurking whilst watching the front door of Percival’s cottage.
51. For example, they inform you of the millions of bacteria lurking on.
52. Lurking like thieves in the dark corners at the back of his mind were.
53. Earth type planet be lurking out there? Like our planet it would have.
54. There’s a real tiger lurking beneath the safari suit he’s wearing.
55. Lurking behind them, Leesa saw the outlines of three more dark figures.
56. Minchin might be better able to detect it lurking and to circumvent it.
57. Longbottom and by Sarn Ford, I hear; and some more lurking in the Woody.
58. Her eyes told me that there was a deeper soul lurking below the surface.
59. Her masked intelligence lurking somewhere inside, as it had always been.
60. We found an Orderran machine lurking around the temple! Telkit said.
61. Watch out for spiders and other things lurking in the dark, he said.
62. We have to invite the Goods in, but the Bads are always lurking around a.
63. But despite soaring cocoa futures, there’s trouble lurking in candy land.
64. But what he saw lurking in the entrance to the tent was worse even than an.
65. They were watching closely for any sign of someone lurking in the darkness.
66. I’m starting to think we really do have ghosts lurking around the cabin.
67. Creatures lurking in the mist? They’re real, and they’re called zombies.
68. Jeff, though, was lurking around the courthouse, as if he knew her schedule.
69. And the escaped prisoners lurking in the passage may as well come out too.
70. June opened the door wider and checked the hallway to see if anyone was lurking.
71. The gazelle was bouncing around oblivious to the dangers lurking in the bushes.
72. The boys were relieved that there was not something evil lurking about in the night.
73. She looked round anxiously, but the Bishop was not lurking anywhere in the big room.
74. Spinning at the prospect of what might be lurking here, checking the blackness, he.
75. There was no reason to suspect a threat lurking in the shadows, it was just her way.
76. He stood leaning on it a minute listening, in case she should be lurking in the lane.
77. Cherva noted the rebelliousness still lurking in the badger's bright eyes and grunted.
78. If you've been to these places before, you'll have noticed the starving dogs lurking.
79. He hasn’t detected the presence of undead evil lurking filth hiding inside himself.
80. If you see shadows lurking in the bushes outside your new place, don’t freak out.
81. Suddenly Brokin spotted two sentries lurking in the bushes and waved his party to a halt.
82. I saw a strange person lurking by the big oak tree while you were at church yesterday.
83. Eyes widening, Sespian spun about, half expecting Sicarius to be lurking in the shadows.
84. Harley took a while to answer, the speculation still lurking behind those jade green eyes.
85. But you also have to be sure there is a real threat of the disease lurking on the head.
86. But at the same time there was anxiety in his heart, wariness; a feeling of lurking danger.
87. A moment later, as if on cue, the USS Einstein was attacked by a ship lurking in the dark.
88. She had forgotten the lurking menace her cries might summon, and so apparently had Thalis.
89. One may, indeed, admit the possibility of a retribution lurking in the present catastrophe.
90. Sheena rubbed her temples, trying to ignore the headache that was lurking in the background.
91. Lurking by a stagnant mere, peering in the water as the dark eve fell, I caught him, Gollum.
92. I was somehow aware of the presence of something cynical lurking somewhere inside the house.
93. He didn’t know how he hadn’t seen it before, but there was evil lurking behind her eyes.
94. When I stepped out of my room, I nearly ran into Lord Henry, who was lurking outside my door.
95. There’s a dark beast among the people; a monster lurking in the midst of humanity that’s.
96. Had we stepped into a Masterpiece Theatre episode? Was Agatha Christie lurking in the wings?
97. I feel that there is reason lurking in you somewhere, so we will patiently grope round for it.
98. Within five minutes they were making love passionately unaware of the dangers lurking outside.
99. Thank you, was the only thought he could convey, though a wealth of others lay lurking beneath.
100. No lamps are lit but he knows at once someone is there, lurking in the shadows near the table.
1. For days have I lurked.
2. Behind him lurked his father.
3. That which lurked and waited.
4. The animal lurked inside her yet.
5. At the edge of the eye, it lurked.
6. It was clear that envy lurked behind.
7. A monster lurked among these people.
8. It lurked in a close corner of her mind.
9. And as for Sauron: he knew where she lurked.
10. Death lurked round the corner of that wall.
11. But still the hatred of the Watcher lurked.
12. In the far corner of the dungeon lurked a rat.
13. Prince Asbjorn, youngest son of the king, lurked.
14. To the side of the apothecary lurked a dark alley.
15. Inky-black shadows lurked beneath the dense canopy.
16. Elowen looked down at the water, wondering what lurked.
17. Around the new king lurked his mother, now the Dowager.
18. Immense traffics of sin lurked beyond in the warm rains.
19. He broke off, and added with a laugh in which there lurked.
20. Whatever lurked beyond was loathe to enter the open street, a.
21. It wasn’t an endless summer; school lurked around the corner.
22. Above the town lurked a huge grey palace with bleak walls, its.
23. It flowed through the air he breathed and lurked within the well.
24. God only knew what viral and bacterial creatures lurked within her.
25. And sooner or later as he lurked and pried on the borders he would.
26. Smokes and steams drifted in sullen clouds and lurked in the hollows.
27. And there behind the wall, in the niche, lurked the ancient Pelishti.
28. He was young; no spear had touched him, no poison lurked in his wine.
29. Hardly twenty paces from where the hobbits lurked the small orc stopped.
30. Melville-Briggs lurked at the centre of this particular leafy conundrum.
31. Admiration and envy lurked even in sneers at my unscrupulous plotting.
32. Beyond the curtain on the left, the arena lurked, yearning for his blood.
33. Pete never took the Yankees cap off because he was ashamed of what lurked.
34. Somehow she doubted many bounty hunters lurked at the Real Estate Library.
35. Dark glasses covered his eyes, and there was no telling what lurked behind.
36. In the depths of her eyes there was an astonished nook where terror lurked.
37. Beneath that cheerful face there lurked the spirit of a mediaeval assassin.
38. Whatever abominable darkness lurked in his depth, it was a surprise to him.
39. They little guessed what deadly purport lurked in those self-condemning words.
40. Some kingfishers lurked along the watercourses, but they didn't let us approach.
41. Past the trunk of the jacaranda he hovered and lurked, and watched their asses as.
42. Olenin knew that danger lurked in the forest, that abreks always hid in such places.
43. She also knew, it was the most dangerous route, given the beasts that lurked within.
44. Ralph’s young steward lurked behind him, casting unhappy glances at the mind-cane.
45. But Conan, in his renewed admiration, did not forget that peril lurked all about them.
46. He jumped clear of it, giving his friends space to contend with whoever lurked beyond.
47. The villagers also needed Ralph and even now lurked around them, awaiting his command.
48. Despite what lurked in their basement in Brooklin, he felt safely hidden away in that house.
49. In her eyes alone of all the dark-skinned people there lurked no brooding gleam of madness.
50. The fall air was still warm, but the tinge of winter’s bite was lurked at the edges of the.
51. But Nesten was well familiar with the kind of deviousness that lurked behind her charming face.
52. I just knew some evil lurked in the woods, waiting for our little brat cat to make a wrong step.
53. She had ordered Flivi to stay on her shoulder with his light, mindful of the things that lurked.
54. At the bottom of my heart lurked bad, malevolent feelings, but I would not confess it to myself.
55. This place was not part of their via fatum, whatever lurked here, his awareness failed to reveal.
56. Who knew what lurked there? What demons and monsters waited to pounce? Every step was a challenge.
57. The Devil lurked nearby in our Kansas town, an evil that was as natural and physical as a hillside.
58. Lust and mystery sparkled in her scintillant eyes, cruelty lurked in the curl of her full red lips.
59. A distinguished attorney lurked in the shadows, practically hanging onto his client’s shirt tails.
60. There smokes trailed on the ground and lurked in hollows, and fumes leaked from fissures in the earth.
61. By pushing a door open wide, I could scan most of a room and be reasonably content that no one lurked there.
62. The cold suddenness of the accident had dulled his brain and he could not know what monsters lurked in these.
63. In his eyes, behind the glow of terror, lurked a weird light she had never seen in the eyes of a man wholly sane.
64. Floating shadows merely hinted at the lofty ceiling, and gloom that lent itself to illusion lurked in the corners.
65. He saw the pale faces of the squires in the lamplight, the velvet shadows that lurked along the walls of the pavilion.
66. There he sat, his very indifference speaking a nature in which there lurked no civilized hypocrisies and bland deceits.
67. Xaltotun stared at the Aquilonian as if he read the full extent of the mocking madness that lurked in those wayward eyes.
68. When we entered our old night nursery, all my childish fears lurked once more in the darkness of the corners and doorway.
69. Arus saw his mistake too late; he had not touched the soul of the pagan, in which lurked the hard fierceness of all the ages.
70. In three days I had stepped from life in a hopeful world into a shadow world that lurked over my shoulder everywhere I went.
71. He treaded lightly across the floor to avoid the possibility of alerting the strange bacteria monster that lurked the halls.
72. And at last among the lichen-grown ruins of their city only a single shape lurked, a stunted abhorrent perversion of nature.
73. Satisfied that nothing lurked out of his sight, the soldier kept on walking only to be followed by three more men, all armed.
74. It was a god enough distance to go into the forest without straying too far into the heart of it, where the predators lurked.
75. She was bitterly cold and hungry and so fearful of what lurked in the mists about her that she tried to scream and could not.
76. Sinister design lurked in the woman's features, a concentrated purpose of revenge on the other sex—so it seemed to him then.
77. I had the idea that Sampson and I were fishing too, always fishing for whatever cockamamy evil lurked deep beneath the surface.
78. It was some unknown thing that lurked just under the surface, and when it got hungry, it sank its teeth in and dragged me down.
79. Still, even though she had denied the power of the legends, they still lurked at the edges of her understanding and in her blood.
80. Fierce monsters lurked behind their backs and ducked around corners, growing more gruesome and frightening with the passage of time.
81. I already knew Susori to be a brave woman, but the fear of whatever monster lurked on the streets below had completely unhinged her.
82. He came of a barbaric race, and the superstitions and instincts of his heritage lurked close beneath the surface of his consciousness.
83. She took it, wincing slightly at the bloodstains upon it, feeling a hint of the dynamic strength that lurked in the barbarian's thews.
84. Even though the morning sun shone through the windows, shadows lurked in the corners of the room, drawing my focus away from the light.
85. It’s lurked at the corner of her mind, but she hasn’t allowed herself to fully examine it—because the implications are terrifying.
86. I was determined not to lose concentration, not to be drawn down into a place where there was only peril, where dangerous demons lurked.
87. It was not fear of the dominant strength that lurked in the princess' limbs that made Valeria a helpless, quivering captive in her hands.
88. The slight possibility that violent impact might not be absolutely inevitable now lurked at the very edge of Loofah's trembling awareness.
89. One day later in the waters off of Oahu's Waimea Bay, Mitchell lurked under Jose's surfboard, several hundred yards from the sparkling sand.
90. After this disclosure Tess nourished no further foolish thought that there lurked any grave and deliberate import in Clare's attentions to.
91. With thanks and a bit of relief, Angela stood up and looked down at the man, but she could feel the animosity that lurked in Samuel’s eyes.
92. Their resistance crumbled and their kiss became a fire that ignited some deep desires within them, a longing that lurked beneath the surface.
93. Might I ask how you know, and how much you know?' He spoke now in a half-jesting fashion, but a look of terror still lurked at the back of his.
94. It was a gaunt, aquiline face which was turned towards us, with piercing dark eyes, which lurked in deep hollows under overhung and tufted brows.
95. Ryato and Alaric lurked in the back of her head, all of the dangers, the threat against the secret she carried, but in a strange way, it was calm.
96. With some quick and careful digging, I exposed the bulk of it, though the large tetrahedron and the deflated balloons still lurked below the surface.
97. Still, it would be impossible for Stan's words to reach this fish where it lurked in the deepest, unfathomable depths of the darkest chasm on Expiscor.
98. If there yet lurked any ice of indifference towards me in the Pagan's breast, this pleasant, genial smoke we had, soon thawed it out, and left us cronies.
99. The resulting slowly developing ice crystals would internally shred any bacteria or small insects that lurked in the hidden recesses as the organisms froze.
100. The languor of midday had taken hold of the gathering, but underneath lurked tempers that could rise to killing heights in a second and flare out as quickly.
1. Now you know where it lurks.
2. Where evil lurks, that is where.
3. A lone grey wolf lurks in the corner.
4. Evil still lurks out there! As ever, it.
5. The answer along with the question lurks.
6. In the shadows he lurks on distant planes.
7. An Indian more rarely lurks about the graves.
8. A charter is a mask; the lie lurks beneath it.
9. I do not think that any sensation lurks in it.
10. Where hovers the angel? Where lurks the devil?
11. But in this conclusion there lurks a double fallacy.
12. Ignorance lurks at the core of the objective, the.
13. Whenever there is an opportunity there lurks a danger.
14. There lurks, perhaps, a hitherto unheeded meaning here.
15. Whenever there is a danger there lurks an opportunity.
16. It has changed its complexion, but it lurks there still.
17. The man without fear snake lurks as a young couple who is.
18. That woman who often lurks about at the foot of the steps.
19. Sometimes, in the very obscurity of a fact lurks its danger.
20. O give me the clue! (it lurks in the night here somewhere,).
21. It gives easily and the darkness within lurks like a warning.
22. Fear has its greatest power when it lurks in your subconscious.
23. Such a waggish leering as lurks in all your horribles! I feel funny.
24. It lurks in Stygian tombs, and is called forth into being only by wizards.
25. Wherever beauty shows upon the face, there lurks much filth beneath the skin.
26. In England at the present time there lurks a horrible disease known as bridge.
27. The act is executed as rational and sensible, seduction lurks under the belief.
28. In the background hidden under many conspiracies there lurks a Mother Conspiracies and.
29. Yes, we were now in that enchanted calm which they say lurks at the heart of every commotion.
30. Where the danger lurks is in elevating a belief system such as astrology to the level of a science.
31. We may wish it were otherwise but catastrophic risk lurks everywhere in trading and the financial markets.
32. Knowing the kind of desperation that lurks within these buildings sends little jitters of fear through Ciere.
33. Fatal illness lurks in African villages market, where rats and parts of monkey such as an arm are sold for meat food.
34. People often have an art in saying excessive good things for oneself self-esteem but at the heart, lurks a hostility.
35. Dean's bitter herbs; and firstly, let me beware of the fascination that lurks in Catherine Heathcliff's brilliant eyes.
36. Dean’s bitter herbs; and firstly, let me beware of the fascination that lurks in Catherine Heathcliff’s brilliant eyes.
37. Yet, a doubt lurks in my mind, Miss Pross, whether it is good for Doctor Manette to have that suppression always shut up within him.
38. Even if one is able to overcome the initial trauma of an early death, the painful loss usually lurks in the shallow depths of one’s memory.
39. His only hope of rescue lies with Matilda, their hideously deformed and needy daughter, who lurks in the shadows in her bloodied wedding dress.
40. It is a dark way, far from the Godly manifestation and the Godly light, where the devil revels in his lusts and lurks in wait for such a spirit.
41. All know that in that grim chamber lurks some monster from the black night of ages, which devours the shrieking humans Taramis delivers up to it.
42. This is the gilded pill, in which lurks a most deadly venom, and which if we swallow, I fear all the political quackery of the nation cannot save us.
43. The entire motive of Alice-Sit-by-the-Fire lurks in Barrie’s effort to be funny around this cruelly topsy-turvy, and rather nauseating, idea.
44. Somehow, I had an inkling that danger still lurks; what of the Python that I saw inside my bedroom, but which disappeared mysteriously until this moment.
45. So-called equilibrium models at least link the premia to interest rate volatility, and the idea of covariance with bad times always lurks in the background.
46. That sword may look as if it was chewed up by a monster with gingivitis, but it will only respond if the user can feel the soul that lurks inside the sword.
47. Released from custom and restraint we are enticed downward on the ladder of civilization, ever closer to unleashing the beast that lurks in the depths of every human being.
48. Such large virtue lurks in these small things when extreme political superstitions invest them, that in some royal instances even to idiot imbecility they have imparted potency.
49. The doctrine is entitled to augmented force when a clause only of the instrument is exhibited, in which clause the ambiguity lurks, and the residue of the instrument is kept back by the grantor.
50. He has a gentle voice and a quiet manner, but behind his twinkling blue eyes there lurks a capacity for furious wrath and implacable resolution, the more dangerous because they are held in leash.
51. You can forgive a man perhaps, because in your heart in spite of all experience lurks the comfortable belief that he means what he says; but how shall you forgive a woman for mistaking you for a fool?
52. Despite my arguing myself blue in the face for the chance to spend some of the money I have been assured lurks somewhere for me, Betta refuses to forego what she calls ‘the fun of dressing her new daughter’.
53. The mere mention of the skulls transported me to an unreal world in which death was the unique protagonist: that evil and treacherous villain that lurks on the edge of roads to exercise its reign of terror and doom.
54. She leads him towards the steps, drawing him by the odour of her armpits, the vice of her painted eyes, the rustle of her slip in whose sinuous folds lurks the lion reek of all the male brutes that have possessed her.
55. She feared him, told herself she loathed his raw brute strength and unashamed barbarism, yet something breathless and perilous inside her leaned toward him; the hidden primitive chord that lurks in every woman's soul was sounded and responded.
56. What else lurks beyond our perceptions? I don’t expect that humans will be evolving another eye capable of seeing infrared and ultraviolet soon, but does that mean we have stopped evolving? Are we at some static pinnacle in time? I doubt it.
57. What’s important now is getting the hell out of here, so how about you and I agree to save our strength for the Falmer and whatever else lurks in here instead of wasting it squabbling with each other over stupid things that will matter even less if we die in here?
58. Why not invent a good new character, instead of revamping a bad old one? Why not exercise the imagination upon some original creation, instead of straining it around a type that lurks in the libraries? The authors of The Lady Shore might have used their labors more advantageously.
59. Yet, as the whole has been cited, and made the basis of desultory declamation, I thought it not time lost to clear out of the way all irrelevant matter, and to leave for distinct examination the only sentence of this paragraph in which the insult lurks, if it has any existence in this letter.
60. Art has such a good time in the house, where she spreads herself over the walls, and hangs herself up gorgeously at the windows, and lurks in the sofa cushions, and breaks out in an eruption of pots wherever pots are possible, that really she should be content to take the second place out of doors.
61. I assert, then, that in the wondrous bodily whiteness of the bird chiefly lurks the secret of the spell; a truth the more evinced in this, that by a solecism of terms there are birds called grey albatrosses; and these I have frequently seen, but never with such emotions as when I beheld the Antarctic fowl.
62. No man has pretended to cite any part of this letter, as evidence of the asserted insult, except the ensuing, and although there is not a perfect coincidence in opinion as to the particular part in which it resides, yet all agree that it lurks somewhere in this paragraph, if it have any dwelling-place in this letter.
63. John, white robes are given to the redeemed, and the four-and-twenty elders stand clothed in white before the great-white throne, and the Holy One that sitteth there white like wool; yet for all these accumulated associations, with whatever is sweet, and honourable, and sublime, there yet lurks an elusive something in the innermost idea of this hue, which strikes more of panic to the soul than that redness which affrights in blood.
64. Why should I believe her regarding the Cassandra when she had beguil’d us regarding our Booty and perhaps e’en beguil’d our other Ships and Tars? Why had I such Confidence that as a loving Mother she’d be true to another loving Mother, e’en tho’ she had stolen our Gold and Jewels? Ah Fanny, thought I, you are still an Innocent in this Wicked World! Have you not yet learnt the Lesson that you must trust no one utterly? For Treachery e’er lurks around the Corner, and trust is the Enemy of those who would Survive!.

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