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1. Those dusty high-roads of the aimless dead.
2. Reversed: You are aimless and going nowhere.
3. What started as aimless fun soon took on an.
4. Stranded and aimless but nevertheless she waited.
5. Her aimless twittering was getting on Andy’s nerves.
6. Thinketh man that he is to be left aimless? (75:36).
7. Rebellion that was often unspecified and aimless, he felt.
8. She moved like a feather on the wind, graceful yet aimless.
9. Whenever I felt a little lost and aimless I would talk to the moon.
10. And in an unclear flight, as an aimless bird, I follow without worry.
11. Big Sam looked down and his bare toe traced aimless marks in the road.
12. And as a result I could expect my life to be anything but the aimless and.
13. Aimless he chose with agitated aim, bald Pat attending, a table near the door.
14. Their randomly aimless destination filled the vehicle with curious anticipation.
15. Later that day, he would vaguely remember weaving a mostly aimless path inside No.
16. Perhaps you feel you lack direction, are aimless and not sure of your personal goals.
17. He strode along a narrow forest path, aimless, dazed, without heeding where he was going.
18. In an aimless glance about, he finally stared at the digital message board on the lottery computer.
19. It had been great and sometime during the laughing and aimless talking I had fallen in love with him.
20. It was just aimless wandering that brought me to Zhlindu, I was actually working as a sex entertainer when I met Nlara.
21. And by chance an escape from this dangerous position presents itself in the form of an aimless and senseless expedition to Africa.
22. When they were out of the village they began talking again as loud as before, interlarding their talk with the same aimless expletives.
23. The time and thought which most persons waste in aimless effort would accomplish wonders if properly directed with some special object in view.
24. It was not Holmes's nature to take an aimless holiday, and something about his pale, worn face told me that his nerves were at their highest tension.
25. Nate continued his aimless stroll, noting that all of the sidewalks and roads were clear of snow, the signs all polished and the fences newly painted.
26. Good-by! And without knowing how this aimless lie had escaped him, he went along with resolute and triumphant steps between the French soldiers.
27. This wasn't his typical aimless riding, he had a set destination and purpose in mind, but he still was going to enjoy every second that he was out here.
28. The driver slumped forward loosing the reins as the horses again, sensing a loss of direction, slowed to the same aimless walk that took them also into the gully.
29. About this place, with its tattered population, its dirty and nauseous courtyards and numerous alleys, Raskolnikoff dearly loved to roam in his aimless wanderings.
30. Wandering aimless from merchant to hustler to urchin to addiction to destitution, he came upon an elderly lady sitting at the crossways between four large structures.
31. Now here he had no definite idea of where to go next and so was carried by the aimless currents of the throng, being swept this way and that up and down the pavement.
32. Some piped in, echoing Sharana, while others protested, and the entire episode devolved back into the heated, aimless argument that Stedder had seen played out time and again.
33. If and when the self shifts from the old paradigms of being an aimless passenger in life, to the new concept of co-piloting towards a purpose, then paradoxically reality shifts with it.
34. How many of these random strangers would kill me for this briefcase? He started to walk uptown, not with any sense of purpose, just so he wouldn't appear aimless or confused or vulnerable.
35. The aimless snapping and crackling of the bushes changed to a sustained crashing as the dragon came like a hurricane straight toward the spot from which the scent of his enemies was wafted.
36. Returning from an aimless exploration of the upper chambers to find Valeria missing from the room where he had left her, he had followed the sounds of strife that burst on his dumbfounded ears.
37. All these men are either Christians or men professing humanitarianism and liberalism, who know that they participate in the most imbecile, aimless, and cruel murders; yet still they go on committing them.
38. It took but one circuit of a nearby park to reach the conclusion that I was an aimless drifter of no particular talent, content to be wafted along on the draughts of chance as long as I was independent and on stage.
39. He had a twofold purpose in his apparently aimless prowling: to escape from the building and its mysteries, and to find the Nemedian girl who, he felt, was imprisoned somewhere in this palace, temple, or whatever it was.
40. With his air of aimless, insect-like going to and fro upon the face of the rock, Don Pepe's figure kept on descending steadily, and, when near the bottom, sank at last behind the roofs of store-houses, forges, and workshops.
41. I remembered her unpleasantly as a great, bony, florid child, unable to stand still or to sit still, or to keep her tongue still, full of aimless questions and giggles and silly remarks, which she and her mother thought funny.
42. It was a horrid sight to watch the continual, quick, aimless movements of the men who passed and overtook each other, turning sharply when they reached the wall, never looking at one another, and evidently concentrated each on his own thoughts.
43. Then he was a courageous, free man, before whom opened endless possibilities; now he felt himself caught in the tenets of a stupid, idle, aimless, miserable life, from which there was no escape; aye, from which, for the most part, he would not escape.
44. Next, repairing in person to the dining-room, so as not to disturb the servants, she would get herself a cucumber and some cold veal, and eat it standing by the window-sill—then once more resume her weary, aimless, gloomy wandering from room to room.
45. We know that all of these men are either Christians, or profess humane and liberal principles, and they know that they thus become partly responsible—through universal conscription, personally responsible—for the most insane, aimless, and brutal murders.
46. Imagine an article that would have filled some thirty pages of print of the most affected, aimless prattle; and to make matters worse, the gentleman read it with a sort of melancholy condescension as though it were a favour, so that it was almost insulting to the audience.
47. The rush of the senatorial inquiry before the poor wretches escaped from the jaws of death had time to draw breath, the vituperative abuse of a man no more guilty than others in this matter, and the suspicion of this aimless fuss being a political move to get home on the M.
48. Then, not from ennui, not from aimless weariness, but because I have a boundless desire for what is great, I shall give all my millions away, let society distribute all my wealth, and I—I will mix with nothingness again ! Maybe I will turn into a beggar Uke the one who died.
49. All these men, be they Christians or men who profess humanity and liberalism, certainly know that, in committing these crimes, they become the participants, and, in personal military service, the actors, in the most senseless, aimless, cruel of murders, and yet they commit them.
50. But it was mere aimless wandering; he had written nothing, collected nothing, brought nothing for science out of the twilight of the forests, which seemed to cling to his battered personality limping about Sulaco, where it had drifted in casually, only to get stranded on the shores of the sea.
51. But strange to say, all these measures, efforts, and plans- which were not at all worse than others issued in similar circumstances- did not affect the essence of the matter but, like the hands of a clock detached from the mechanism, swung about in an arbitrary and aimless way without engaging the cogwheels.
52. After what she stated seemed like hours of aimless wandering, she had discovered her beloved brother, John in a foetal position on the ground whimpering like a child, who had begged, implored with his sister to dig up his diaries and present them to those after her to be passed onto the future Polidori’s.
53. I’m an aimless, trapped barfly, stalked by Unseelie ghouls who have once again replenished their numbers, confined to Chester’s by Ryodan’s insistence that I guard against a threat that isn’t the threat he thinks it is, while driving myself crazy worrying about a genuine threat of cataclysmic proportions.
54. He describes it as a frame of mind in which nothing definite is thought, planned, striven for, desired, or expected, which aims in no particular direction and yet knows itself capable alike of the possible and the impossible, so unswerving is its power… [183] The author quotes his teacher as saying, The right art is purposeless, aimless! The more obstinately you try to learn how to shoot the arrow for the sake of hitting the goal, the less you will succeed in the one and the further the other will recede.
55. Levin could not have believed three months before that he could have gone quietly to sleep in the condition in which he was that day, that leading an aimless irrational life, living too beyond his means, after drinking to excess (he could not call what happened at the club anything else), forming inappropriately friendly relations with a man with whom his wife had once been in love, and a still more inappropriate call upon a woman who could only be called a lost woman, after being fascinated by that woman and causing his wife distress—he could still go quietly to sleep.
56. Since true egalitarianism has not emerged with the rise of smart labor, which has eliminated most human jobs, class divisions have escalated and, to avoid mass militancy, the death of the lower classes has become necessary through overwork, addiction, malnutrition, famine, lack of health care, pandemics, drought, herd thinning displaced populations wandering aimless from their GovCorp land grabbed communities, unwilling collateral participation in wars of population reduction, and anything that can decrease the lower class' ever increasing numbers due to the decrease of actual jobs.
57. And with it I turned up my collar and set off along the road, journeying by foot to kill time, to feel the city in all its ugliness, the black jugular of the city, with its barren river awash in trash, with animal carcasses and factory waste, slakes of grey froth lapping the bank walls, stagnant and aimless, no sign of a current, on by derelict building sites, by pavements torn up and abandoned, through sheet metal tunnels, the rain coming down harder, banging on the roof, streaming through cracks and then down the rusting panels, along past metal railings, past locked up gardens sold off and privatised, and all the time the cars and wagons screaming along, an endless stream, trails of blue exhaust smoke swirling, the air singeing, on and on, head to the path, barely glimpsing Great Peter setting off for the West, seeing nothing at all until turning up at Kropotkinskaya and finally looking up to the statue there of Engels.

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