steal sätze

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Steal sätze (in englisch)

  1. We have to steal it.
  2. I don't want to steal.
  3. Only to steal my heart.
  4. I should steal in and.
  5. He wrote STEAL THIS BOOK.

  6. I did not steal it from.
  7. Whenever you can, steal a.
  8. Who would steal a statue?
  9. He comes to kill and steal.
  10. You cant steal my property.
  11. I did nawt steal your spot.
  12. By faith, we will not steal.
  13. Steal her out from under Mr.
  14. Not steal pieces of my mind.
  15. Now they even want to steal.

  16. That’s why she has to steal.
  17. Yes, but I don’t steal it.
  18. We will lie, cheat, and steal.
  19. Räum: His office is to steal.
  20. Nobody will steal your material.
  21. What sad emotions o'er me steal.
  22. No one would steal my sister.
  23. He meant to steal away secretly.
  24. The first to steal a candy bar.
  25. How did you steal all this?

  26. They’ll steal your front lawn.
  27. I steal another glance at the Hag.
  28. Or they steal passwords and such.
  29. I didn't steal them, honest, Mum.
  30. We can’t steal just any ship.
  31. I didn't beg, borrow, or steal it.
  32. How do thieves steal an identity?
  33. Sure they'll steal your heart away.
  34. I steal candy bars, he said.
  35. Would they steal her inspiration?
  36. Anywhere he could steal another car.
  37. I was prepared to steal the planes.
  38. Steal, buy, blow; steal, buy, blow.
  39. You didn’t help her steal my.
  40. The kind luxurious lapse and steal.
  41. He tried to steal your newspaper.
  42. He used to steal what was put in it.
  43. And steal? William looked at Pedro.
  44. All she wants is to steal the money.
  45. When you kill a man, you steal a life.
  46. Why did you steal that child?!.
  47. And we could steal you for Christmas.
  48. There is no need to steal, said Sam.
  49. Pirates will steal it and sell it.
  50. So why steal a book of all things?
  51. What kind of car did he steal?
  52. A good friend will not steal from you.
  53. I was prepared to steal those engines.
  54. You could probably steal the clothes.
  55. Didn't steal it from you, did he?
  56. It’s not right to steal little ones.
  57. And what exactly did they steal?
  58. It was his idea that I should steal it.
  59. That elf had no right to steal my kill.
  60. I imagine they wanted to steal things.
  61. How did he manage to steal so much?
  62. He chases me off when I steal his grapes.
  63. He obviously didn’t steal our clothes.
  64. The lust to steal everything they could.
  65. Or steal road signs on graduation night.
  66. If the Titans were to steal it, or—.
  67. When you steal and exploit others, you.
  68. Been having to steal rest during the day.
  69. Well, you know lawyers, they steal stuff.
  70. Remove competitive weeds that steal water.
  71. Street children are often forced to steal.
  72. He will try to steal our peace, through.
  73. Which teaches us to hate, kill and steal.
  74. And they use me to guard or steal such.
  75. Steal the book and get away, that’s all.
  76. It’s an opportunity to steal your money.
  77. You are a thief, you have come to steal.
  78. The thieves managed to steal some of the.
  79. I thought it was a steal when I bought it.
  80. Fred felt a small grin steal over his face.
  81. I mean, he didn't try and steal the beer.
  82. I could steal it, but there’s one thing.
  83. But not because they are itching to steal;.
  84. So we’ll either have to steal one of the.
  85. Maybe I’ll just steal you from Orlands.
  86. They may steal food from anemones and corals.
  87. It was this new data she needed him to steal.
  88. Someone, he realized, might steal his wallet.
  89. Junkies of course, steal a lot more than that.
  90. You tried to steal my friend’s boyfriend.
  91. Somebody’s trying to steal the gate money.
  92. We do not steal, nor kill, nor lust, nor hate.
  93. Starvation will force you to steal from me.
  94. I got twenty-four hours to steal your story.
  95. In Eric’s eyes, they were all out to steal.
  96. Obviously, it means that you should not steal.
  97. Insurers steal more from you than thieves do.
  98. Satan comes to steal, kill, and destroy, and.
  99. I came to steal something so I could sell it.
  100. There was a car park nearby; they could steal.
  1. Time is stealing my todays.
  2. They are stealing our stream.
  3. It is stealing, stealing, --.
  4. Then it's not really stealing.
  5. I don’t believe in stealing.
  6. I started stealing stuff again.
  7. Betrayal is worse than stealing.
  8. I didn’t know it was stealing.
  9. You were a party to stealing it.
  10. We never thought it was stealing.
  11. She remembered the stealing she.
  12. It was stealing something back.
  13. And I’m not stealing his truck.
  14. A man was stealing along the hall.
  15. It was the issue of her stealing.
  16. I enjoyed the stealing and drinking.
  17. Nor would stealing get her anywhere.
  18. You were always stealing from her.
  19. Or politicians of stealing elections.
  20. It was wrong to be stealing her body.
  21. Presently the mother came stealing in.
  22. Let the locals punish her for stealing.
  23. Darkness swallowed her, stealing sight.
  24. Stealing this soul this heart of mine.
  25. I could be charged with stealing them.
  26. He knew they were stealing and he was.
  27. It was for stealing the black chickens.
  28. But that’s nothing to stealing a baby.
  29. That would be stealing! Nikita said.
  30. He knew his government was stealing from.
  31. He's been stealing money in my bedroom.
  32. He’d begun stealing cars when he was 12.
  33. I think stealing has something to do with.
  34. If someone received a stealing conviction.
  35. It wasn’t stealing, Godwyn repeated.
  36. The priest would observe inmates stealing.
  37. Stealing herself for the drama that would.
  38. There is no act more wretched than stealing.
  39. Then the stealing and small problems started.
  40. I know Paul was accused of stealing money.
  41. Like Apaches being proud of stealing ponies.
  42. But then stealing was not the same as murder.
  43. A burglar could’ve made a fortune stealing.
  44. They were killing each other and stealing and.
  45. They were usually accused of stealing property.
  46. You can’t keep it - that would be stealing.
  47. They had become addicted to looting and stealing.
  48. Thieves had their right hand cut off for stealing.
  49. She was to be tried for stealing and incendiarism.
  50. So stealing panders to the ego; it strengthens it.
  51. It’s plain out and out stealing and you know it.
  52. And they’ve never caught me stealing candy bars.
  53. A desire triggers stealing as the first option in.
  54. Cutting hands for stealing will not abandon thief.
  55. Probably because you’re stealing their action.
  56. He’s a toerag, and he was stealing my punters.
  57. Of course, Poseidon denies stealing the master bolt.
  58. Theodore, stealing all that was left of the wardrobe.
  59. You’re not stealing a society and brainwashing it.
  60. Claire said, She was always stealing your things.
  61. You are stealing my line… he said insistently.
  62. She had also been accused of stealing from her uncle.
  63. Men were put there for stealing a hare from the king.
  64. But her husband was caught stealing government money.
  65. Bodily actions: killing, stealing, sexual misconduct.
  66. The offerings that were put in, he was stealing them.
  67. To fill their empty stomachs (for stealing is a sin).
  68. No one would think about stealing that piece of junk.
  69. She felt as if she was stealing the answers to a test.
  70. The Masked Bandits were stealing the military payroll.
  71. Harry was going into his house and stealing his food!.
  72. When Wiggles saw them stealing his beer he immediately.
  73. This guy flips out and starts accusing me of stealing.
  74. But already he felt a subtle lethargy stealing over him.
  75. Of course, Poach Firm thinks they are stealing our best.
  76. This was Big Phil reacting to me stealing his customers.
  77. You goin’ work me over for stealing aspirin and sugar.
  78. Yes sir! Taking things without permission is stealing.
  79. Aesa reached out to quench the ring, stealing the magic.
  80. Humph… maybe they always knew about us stealing their.
  81. And admitted to stealing them… and improved upon them.
  82. But what would be the point of stealing her own money?
  83. Godwyn recalled Philemon’ s old inclination to stealing.
  84. It grew from humans stealing food from jackals in Africa.
  85. Stop with the stealing and killing and the hurting stuff.
  86. There was no hint of stealing anything or hurting anyone.
  87. Pass the hotdog, James said, stealing a chip off me.
  88. Sow was not too happy about us stealing one of her family.
  89. It was a surprize, too, to those stealing down the ravine.
  90. He’s not stealing the children, but he does take them.
  91. Stealing clothes he takes refuge in a house of ill repute.
  92. They saw fifty of them stealing cattle over in San Luis.
  93. Stealing money to correct the wrong: when you blame.
  94. And for what? Stealing a thousand dollars’ worth of crack.
  95. Not making any more noise than a mouse stealing a piece of.
  96. I was counting on stealing food and water during this trip.
  97. I couldn’t tell if he was kidding about the stealing part.
  98. A few naked apes stealing a carcass in Africa is one thing.
  99. He who steals grapes is quite capable of stealing chickens.
  100. The clear implication had been that he was stealing secrets.
  1. His car had been stolen.
  2. Hevel had stolen a copy.
  3. They had stolen the food.
  4. The stolen cat may look.
  5. As with a stolen vestment.
  6. We believe it was stolen.
  7. My car has been stolen.
  8. Our hunger has been stolen.
  9. You have, stolen my heart.
  10. Stolen another pair of my.
  11. Lose it? She has stolen it.
  12. Maybe he had never stolen.
  13. Would he have stolen away.
  14. Lydia had stolen from them.
  15. That hope had been stolen.
  16. It was stolen by intruders.
  17. Nothing of yours was stolen.
  18. A perfect baby girl stolen.
  19. Stolen from the sea of love.
  20. This was stolen in the night.
  21. D could have stolen her youth.
  22. Although your car got stolen.
  23. Anything of worth was stolen.
  24. Food may be hoarded or stolen.
  25. I thought it had been stolen.
  26. Reporting for lost or stolen.
  27. You knew the ship was stolen.
  28. To hell with stolen moments.
  29. Never said an iPod was stolen.
  30. Did not want her stolen from me.
  31. In those stolen moments, they.
  32. I was afraid it would be stolen.
  33. She should have stolen the phone.
  34. I figured Cheet had stolen them.
  35. Someone had to have stolen them.
  36. Those ideas were stolen from me.
  37. Has simply stolen away from you.
  38. He had been viewing the stolen.
  39. He should have used stolen checks.
  40. But I've stolen money from Katya.
  41. Convinced he had not stolen the.
  42. She had stolen part of his heart.
  43. It could be stolen lab equipment.
  44. I would restore the stolen money.
  45. She wondered if he’d stolen it.
  46. And they had stolen the vouchers.
  47. It was stolen from the Government.
  48. Some bastard has stolen my button.
  49. The Sacred Roots have been stolen.
  50. Stolen kisses and a lovers tryst:.
  51. They have stolen me during the day.
  52. Would have stolen my thought away;.
  53. He might have stolen the cow, but.
  54. He reported it stolen two days ago.
  55. I've not stolen anything from you.
  56. All the time I had stolen from her.
  57. They will see the lost and stolen.
  58. But it was a stolen refrigerator.
  59. His precious Fender had been stolen.
  60. Two of the weapons have been stolen.
  62. Not long—and it nearly got stolen.
  63. Could he really have taken a stolen.
  64. His car had been stolen a couple of.
  65. He must have stolen it from my house.
  66. They had stolen his body, without so.
  67. Byron officers about his stolen truck.
  68. They probably have a stolen flitter.
  69. He must have stolen someone’s purse.
  70. He’s already had his car stolen.
  71. I have never stolen anything, for one.
  72. Have you stolen any fish from the.
  73. Well, she was only stolen yesterday.
  74. He transferred the stolen food to the.
  75. That’s how the vehicle was stolen.
  76. While Carl was gone, his car was stolen.
  77. I’m sorry to have stolen your jumper.
  78. Annie waded in, stolen stun-gun in hand.
  79. Someone had stolen Robert's golden pass.
  80. Stolen they had already been elsewhere.
  81. He had reported the car stolen to his.
  82. Dressed in stolen clothes she stands.
  83. The man whose wallet was stolen by the.
  84. What was this paper which was stolen?
  85. We could have stolen the entire workshop.
  86. It will be stolen if you talk about it.
  87. Stolen off a car about three months ago.
  88. He had stolen the five grand from his dad.
  89. A priest reported it stolen this morning.
  90. The only lead we have is the stolen book.
  91. The lightbulbs had been stolen years ago.
  92. The next case was about a stolen samovar.
  93. Weren’t stolen, were they? I said.
  95. Most of its canons are stolen and recast.
  96. We told him you'd stolen the shot from us.
  97. Payments due him were defaulted or stolen.
  98. The body of Jenova…it’s been stolen.
  99. It was a miracle they had not been stolen.
  100. My friend here, Rory had something stolen.
  1. As he steals the covers.
  2. He steals ice chips from Mr.
  3. I don't mean that he steals.
  4. Something that steals away the.
  5. It steals the heart of every man.
  6. Only a fool steals God’s wife.
  7. Excess stress steals health and joy away.
  8. All souls he steals, he claims for his own.
  9. Over the persons shoulder he steals a glance.
  10. Why, look you there! look, how it steals away!.
  11. He steals, lies, and satisfies his megalomania.
  12. As sleep steals the last of my consciousness, I.
  13. Now a fox steals out from behind the gorse bushes.
  14. The warmth in his eyes steals the strength in me.
  15. And the gnome renounces love, and steals the gold.
  16. He steals our money and works us beyond exhaustion.
  17. Even when Loyson steals, one feels that he has paws.
  18. But as the clock strikes noon, the couple steals away.
  19. He lies, cheats, steals and thieves like all of them.
  20. The robbed that smiles steals something from the thief.
  21. Find out where and who steals time in the organisation 2.
  22. The Spinach Spectacle - A Super Food That Steals The Show.
  23. He who steals grapes is quite capable of stealing chickens.
  24. He stays here in the summer and steals anything interesting.
  25. Sometimes she steals a look at me that positively scorches me.
  26. Pride steals opinions as his thoughts to keep pride maintained.
  27. The cook takes things herself and then says Becky steals them.
  28. But it is the arrival of Ronald and Nancy Reagan that steals the show.
  29. Yes, he said; the lawlessness of which you speak too easily steals in.
  30. Except one who steals a hearing, and is followed by a visible projectile.
  31. The struggle for survival stealthily steals precious years of ones life by.
  32. The next thing I know he steals my best painter and half the car junk-ies from my shop.
  33. He steals the duffel bag off Cass’ shoulder while demanding to carry it to the cottage.
  34. I’m noticing how his smiles kind of disappear and the way he steals glances at Mother.
  35. Why is it that a guy worth all those Benjamins steals three mill from his own business?
  36. How obvious can you get? The undead ghoul steals into the swan’s body while she is asleep.
  37. Not with his best friend, not with the thief who steals from rich tourists and adopts stray dogs.
  38. A thief steals and knows he is a scoundrel, but I've heard of a gentleman who broke open the mail.
  39. He steals ideas from other religions and then changed their forms to cook up Falun Gong fallacies.
  40. A thief steals and knows he is a scoundrel, but I’ve heard of a gentleman who broke open the mail.
  41. Charlie sits with the people while they are having a drink and sometimes steals a drink for himself.
  42. He steals softly over the grass, careful to make no sound; he pauses—fancying she has stirred: he.
  43. What’s that movie where the kid steals a jet and rescues his father by blowing up the air base?
  44. He steals from the hardworking and poor, Preeti read through the article and found some disturbing news.
  45. He steals food when he needs it, runs away whenever he sees or thinks he sees recognition in someone’s eyes.
  46. The supreme ayat Allah steals the election for the friend he likes which shows his power in so called democracy.
  47. Russell, a moron, sits across the poker table in the Clap Trap and steals a glance at Nick’s cards, another moron.
  48. Sol steals anything not nailed down—meaning, you suppose, that he has already achieved revolutionary consciousness.
  49. A guy who makes phone calls and steals Scott Joplin's head off Cal the barber's old photo and scares Cal out of town.
  50. They appear legitimate and believable, but there is something that disturbs my soul and steals my peace as I read them.
  51. It is the unspeakable misery of a life so false as his, that it steals the pith and substance out of whatever realities.
  52. You are like a xxxcccggt who says words of friendship and then steals the point from your friend's ancestral hunting spear.
  53. In Fever Moon, the Fear Dorcha is defeated by Mac when she steals his top hat, but it is unknown if the Dorcha is actually deceased.
  54. Under the cover of necessity, or convenience, it steals upon the liberties of a people, and never fails, sooner or later, to make them its prey.
  55. The fact that the fish is covered with straw helps because when the straw carbonizes, it steals heat energy from the fish and gives it a pleasant and mild smoky flavor.
  56. Mostly he sleeps below the city, but sometimes at irregular intervals he grows hungry, and then he steals through the secret corridors and the dim-lit chambers, seeking prey.
  57. Mac steals the Spear of Destiny (aka the Spear of Longinus that pierced Christ’s side) from him to protect herself as it is one of two weapons that can kill the immortal Fae.
  58. Yet you can dimly see him hovering over the body; you watch him in a sort of fascination, as he washes the blood from his hands, and then furtively, in the silence, steals away.
  59. The ultimate white-knight fantasy: He steals the abused princess from her squalid circumstances and places her under his gilded protection in a castle that no one can breach but him.
  60. They steal life in the same manner the Gray Man steals beauty, draining their victims with vampiric swiftness, leaving behind a pile of clothing and a husk of dehydrated human matter.
  61. Skua (Stercorarius): This pirate of the skies actively harasses and steals food from larger predators and will dive-bomb any creature that dares get close to its nest.
  62. The birds which snatched away the seed that fell upon the hardened ground represent Satan, or the evil one, who steals away that which has been sown in the hearts of these ignorant ones.
  63. My mom works all day around the house, steals money from my dad to send to the kids (and gets bitched at about it), watches her daughter’s kids while she's trying to get back on her feet.
  64. When you run to the image that is screaming Look at me! Look at me! , you are responding to the Help me! Help me! trigger, and that which you respond to steals your time, your energy, your life.
  65. Apparently when the Government steals it is alright! If any Congressman says that the taxes are for road repairs than have him/her explain why the gasoline taxes go directly into the Treasury where it is spent willy-nilly.
  66. He first takes their property, and when that fails, and pleasures are beginning to swarm in the hive of his soul, then he breaks into a house, or steals the garments of some nightly wayfarer; next he proceeds to clear a temple.
  67. No, he does not know it; they say to him ‘don’t steal,’ and he knows that the master of the factory steals his labour by keeping back his wages; that the Government, with its officials, robs him continually by taxation.
  68. Those who know the faintness of hunger at this stage will also know the pathos that steals into the voice of the sufferer when he is unwillingly made to speak; it becomes plaintive, melodious with yearning, the yearning for food.
  69. The indigenous American natives solved this problem by mixing their corn the ashes from a fire, or lime or alkali …to replace the phosphates, calcium and other nutrients that corn steals from the body to digest itself in the human body.
  70. The long-drawn virgin vales; the mild blue hill-sides; as over these there steals the hush, the hum; you almost swear that play-wearied children lie sleeping in these solitudes, in some glad May-time, when the flowers of the woods are plucked.
  71. To jail a bank robber because he steals $20,000 from one bank while allowing oil corporations to rake in millions of dollars of illegal profits by raising the price of gas 3 cents, so each theft is barely noticeable, is not a contextually sane way to structure human values.
  72. Cutting off the thief's hand contains a great goodness for the thief himself (male or female) and for the whole society, thus when the thief's hand is cut off, he will heartedly hate and leave that inhumane act, because he knows that if he steals again he will lose the other hand.
  73. The examples that Joshua gave to us of turning the other cheek, and offering the thief our coat if he steals our shirt, demonstrate the need for active participation in the conquest of evil: not by using the weapons of evil to overcome evil but rather by using good to overcome evil.
  74. But how do you cast that incredible play? So, meanwhile I have a Jules Verne novel in the public domain, free and clear, with a dumb-cluck fly-by-night producer who says nothing and steals much, so I need a second-rate science-fiction writer—you—to work for scale on this half-ass masterwork.
  75. Featherstone's heir; that old gentleman's pride in him, and apparent fondness for him, serving in the stead of more exemplary conduct—just as when a youthful nobleman steals jewellery we call the act kleptomania, speak of it with a philosophical smile, and never think of his being sent to the house of correction as if he were a ragged boy who had stolen turnips.
  76. We all know that murder and attempted murder or crimes with guns are serious, but how do you prioritize the rest of it? Is a guy who steals a car worse than a guy who broke into someone’s house and stole jewelry? And how do either of those compare to a secretary who embezzles from her company? But there’s only so much room on the court docket; there’s only so much space available in prison.
  77. There can be cases where someone steals your social security number, your tax information, your insurance information and people can even provide your stolen information when they commit a crime thereby placing a warrant out for your arrest! Though these situations are less common that credit card and debit card theft, they do happen and the effects can be much more devastating than missing your life savings.
  78. Moreover, she is always trying to sabotage me in various stupid ways: She steals my back up floppy discs and accuses me of losing them, yet I see them as soon as she opens her drawer; she refuses to show me some useful things on the computer; she gives me to type the wrong texts and then she says I am the one who doesn't work right; she drops hints I am illiterate and I don't know the computer program, and so on.
  79. A sinking man who clutches at another and drowns him; or a hungry mother exhausted by feeding her baby, who steals some food; or a man trained to discipline who on duty at the word of command kills a defenseless man—seem less guilty, that is, less free and more subject to the law of necessity, to one who knows the circumstances in which these people were placed, and more free to one who does not know that the man was himself drowning, that the mother was hungry, that the soldier was in the ranks, and so on.
  80. Any one above or below the prescribed ages who takes part in the public hymeneals shall be said to have done an unholy and unrighteous thing; the child of which he is the father, if it steals into life, will have been conceived under auspices very unlike the sacrifices and prayers, which at each hymeneal priestesses and priest and the whole city will offer, that the new generation may be better and more useful than their good and useful parents, whereas his child will be the offspring of darkness and strange lust.
  81. And by-the-by… also successfully corrupt a young impressionable boy: and turn him into the worst whitewashed evil filth there can be: a human who never earns what they have and steals it from others who stole it from others, who stole it from others,, etc… and the ones who actually did dig up the filthy gold, the slaves who died and the poor who slaved at making all of the wealth that Jim is bestowed with under the filthiest of filthy pirate thief ethics: finders keepers> making sure Jim will cling to his unearned treasure and live a useless easy evil life and never endure any true hardship ever….
  82. In answering the teacher's questions, the children will often connect several remarks that have no direct relation to the matter; for example, when the question is about what the parts of a magpie are, one may say irrelevantly that a magpie jumps, another that it chatters funnily, a third that it steals things,—let them add and give utterance to everything that arises in their memory or imagination,—it is the teacher's business to concentrate their attention in accordance with the programme, and these remarks and additions of the children he should take notice of for the purpose of elaborating the other parts of the programme.
  83. Well, says the Queen of all the Pyrates, that very Night, the Mistress o’ the House lyes in the Maid’s Bed—me Mother’s Bed, that is—an’ by the sacred Skull an’ Crossbones, what should happen but her own Husband, the Attorney, comes to her Bed an’ plays the most vigorous Lover with her—mistakin’ her fer the Maid! She bears it all submissively as any Christian Lady—tho’ it sure ain’t me own Style o’ Fornication—an’ sure enough he steals away in the Mornin’ thinkin’ now to surprize his Wife with his Return Home! (Fer, he had pretended to be away on his Wife’s Return Home, the better to have another Night with the beauteous Brennan.
  84. Why should a poor Man hang fer stealin’ a Sheep or a Horse? Why should a poor Man hang fer stealin’ five Shillin’s worth o’ Toys from a Toy-Shop, or cuttin’ off a Watch from a Pretty Fellow that hath ten gold Watches if he hath one? Hath not that self-same Pretty Fellow stolen yer Daughter’s Honour or the Fruits o’ the Land where yer Father labour’d? Why should the Sweat o’ yer Father’s Brow be worth nothin’ an’ the Pretty Fellow’s Watch be worth yer Neck in the Noose? Why should it be call’d Lawlessness an’ Highway Robbery when a poor Man steals what he needs to eat an’ yet be call’d Fine Manners when a rich Man steals the Sweat o’ the poor Man’s Brow? Doth not God Himself say ‘Consider the Lilies o’ the Field’ an’ how little they toil an’ sweat? Yet He provides fer ’em! Why not likewise fer the Poor? Are the Rich alone God’s Lilies an’ the Poor nought but Clods o’ Mud?
  85. Boylan gave my hand a great squeeze going along by the Tolka in my hand there steals another I just pressed the back of his like that with my thumb to squeeze back singing the young May moon shes beaming love because he has an idea about him and me hes not such a fool he said Im dining out and going to the Gaiety though Im not going to give him the satisfaction in any case God knows hes a change in a way not to be always and ever wearing the same old hat unless I paid some nicelooking boy to do it since I cant do it myself a young boy would like me Id confuse him a little alone with him if we were Id let him see my garters the new ones and make him turn red looking at him seduce him I know what boys feel with that down on their cheek doing that frigging drawing out the thing by the hour question and answer would you do this that and the other with the coalman yes with a bishop yes I would because I told him about some dean or bishop was sitting beside me in the jews temples gardens when I was knitting that woollen thing a stranger to Dublin what place was it and so on about the monuments and he tired me out with statues encouraging him making him worse than he is who is in your mind now tell me who are you thinking of who is it tell me his name who tell me who the german Emperor is it yes imagine Im him think of him can you feel him trying to make a whore of me what he never will he ought to give it up now at this age of his life simply ruination for any woman and no satisfaction in it pretending to like it till he comes and then finish it off myself anyway and it makes your lips pale anyhow its done now once and for all with all the talk of the world about it people make its only the first time after that its just the ordinary do it and think no more about it why cant you kiss a man without going and marrying him first you sometimes love to wildly when you feel that way so nice all over you you cant help yourself I wish some man or other would take me sometime when hes there and kiss me in his arms theres nothing like a kiss long and hot down to your soul almost paralyses you then I hate that confession when I used to go to Father Corrigan he touched me father and what harm if he did where and I said on the canal bank like a fool but whereabouts on your person my child on the leg behind high up was it yes rather high up was it where you sit down yes O Lord couldnt he say bottom right out and have done with it what has that got to do with it and did you whatever way he put it I forget no father and I always think of the real father what did he want to know for when I already confessed it to God he had a nice fat hand the palm moist always I wouldnt mind feeling it neither would he Id say by the bullneck in his horsecollar I wonder did he know me in the box I could see his face he couldnt see mine of course hed never turn or let on still his eyes were red when his father died theyre lost for a woman of course must be terrible when a man cries let alone them Id like to be embraced by one in his vestments and the smell of incense off him like the pope besides theres no danger with a priest if youre married hes too careful about himself then give something to H H the pope for a penance I wonder was he satisfied with me one thing I didnt like his slapping me behind going away so familiarly in the hall though I laughed Im not a horse or an ass am I I suppose he was thinking of his fathers I wonder is he awake thinking of me or dreaming am I in it who gave him that flower he said he bought he smelt of some kind of drink not whisky or stout or perhaps the sweety kind of paste they stick their bills up with some liqueur Id like to sip those richlooking green and yellow expensive.
  86. Another example of how Congress steals taxpayer’s money,.
  1. Then I stole a look.
  2. He stole a glass of.
  3. I stole in on tiptoe.
  4. She stole a glance back.
  5. We stole a truck from.
  6. Yes, he stole my car.
  7. He stole money from me.
  8. But they stole it back.
  9. I stole a glance at him.
  10. The rat stole some food.
  11. I stole from all of you.
  12. And he stole my kingdom.
  13. Heat stole up her cheeks.
  14. She stole a glance at him.
  15. Yes, they stole the body.
  16. I also stole money from.
  17. Because you stole my spot.
  18. They stole two gold bars.
  19. Heat stole into her cheeks.
  20. Cathy stole to his room to.
  21. After Maree stole the book.
  22. Someone stole a day from me.
  23. She stole my gift, you know.
  24. She stole a gaze toward him.
  25. You stole the show in there.
  26. He stole the saying from us.
  27. Candy stole a look at Lennie.
  28. He stole my heart that night.
  29. He stole miso paste and rice.
  30. You stole our choice, Gralde.
  31. Someone stole that as well.
  32. I think Saul stole it back.
  33. She kissed one, stole his belt.
  34. I stole to the vast moonlight.
  35. I prefer purloined to stole.
  36. I stole thirty thousand rupees.
  37. I stole out of my corner, and.
  38. He stole a glance at his father.
  39. The peace stole into her heart.
  40. I stole across and felt for her.
  41. That is all I stole from you.
  42. He stole the expression of the.
  43. The woman actually stole $8,000.
  44. Chapter 11 Who Stole the Tarts?
  45. He stole all this money from you.
  46. You stole a title, Master of Dark.
  47. He also thinks I stole his horse.
  48. I guess you stole it from Claire.
  49. We stole females from other pods.
  50. My hand stole one of the martinis.
  51. Another old hand stole up from Mr.
  52. Cilus stole his soul and ran off.
  53. I never asked where he stole them.
  54. But he also stole the Book of.
  55. Then, suddenly, he went and stole.
  56. Tess stole a glance at her husband.
  57. The dictator stole from the people.
  58. But her leaving stole parts of me.
  59. They stole aboard mortal ships.
  60. A small smile stole over his face.
  61. He stole a peek out of his doorway.
  62. Stole makes me sound sophisticated.
  63. As we left we stole their bicycles.
  64. Who stole my heart and sailed away.
  65. You are the one who stole my purse.
  66. Once they stole a big barrel of wine.
  67. What Asari Raidan stole on Aleator.
  68. A faint blush stole into her cheeks.
  69. They probably stole the ray gun as.
  70. They stole glances at the bracelets.
  71. It reached out and stole her breath.
  72. Kim, you are aware that I stole.
  73. Robbers stole Lincoln’s body twice.
  74. She stole surreptitiously into the.
  75. He stole our money plain and simple.
  76. He stole it from billions of people.
  77. They really stole for her sometimes.
  78. I stole a glance at my reflection.
  79. Holmes stole across and looked at it.
  80. He stole liquor or kerosene or money.
  81. Unutterable happiness stole over him.
  82. I broke into churches and stole the.
  83. They stole only because of necessity.
  84. Louie stole supplies for the journey.
  85. He stole one of the monstrances, in.
  86. A gentle breeze stole her smoke away.
  87. And the chill breezes stole up behind.
  88. Of course I stole the pig, he says.
  89. They stole nothing from you, my dear.
  90. Horrible old hags stole me when my.
  91. He stole it from me! He has it!.
  92. She thinks Anthony stole them from her.
  93. When she was fully dressed, she stole.
  94. That is because I stole it from him.
  95. A lovely warmth stole through her body.
  96. Or anyway, he stole it fair and square.
  97. Then quieter than a mouse he stole back.
  98. I understood that he stole the vehicle.
  99. He was beaten because he stole chickens.
  100. I came to retrieve the babies you stole.

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