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1. Much is to befall The.
2. But how did this befall him?
3. Here is what did then befall:.
4. The same fate should befall of them.
5. In this same interlude it doth befall.
6. For love will find a way whate'er befall.
7. What dreadful punishment would befall him?
8. It is a misfortune which may befall anyone.
9. If nothing is done, misfortune will befall all.
10. Whatever might befall now, he must on to his journey's end.
11. The Master knew all that was to befall him, and he was unafraid.
12. It was as if no harm would ever befall anyone in their presence.
13. Bad things often befall people who stand in the way of progress.
14. If you leave her, and harm befall, you shall not sleep easy hereafter!.
15. She had pleaded to be taken along for fear that some injury may befall her.
16. Beware, lest the same kind of event befall you in the matter of eternal life.
17. You will see the unjust terrified of what they have earned, and it will befall them.
18. Jesus was with them so harm cannot befall on them, making few money not hunting money.
19. If it is thought I wish any disaster to befall the British nation, I am misunderstood.
20. And all this shall befall you because you knew not the time of your divine visitation.
21. If word got out that he had this condition, god only knows what might befall this bank.
22. Befall: To happen to; to occur to; the action of intense falling, usually into some evil.
23. Unease filled his heart, thinking of the many fates which could befall his brave friends.
24. Duncan who has so wonderfully illuminated the injustice that was ready to befall upon us.
25. As I could not bear to witness the calamity that is to befall a hero therefore I am here.
26. To go to Xotalanc had been the ultimate horror that could befall a man of the western castle.
27. Much evil must befall a country before it wholly forgets the Elves, if once they dwelt there.
28. I am convinced beyond a doubt that the adventure which is about to befall me is a terrible one.
29. Her companion had arrived and had already announced the befall of the night with his first kill.
30. With him he sympathized in the severest calamity that could befall a man of his cast of character.
31. And other communities We will grant prosperity, and then a painful torment from Us will befall them.
32. They will stand in this way because they will view what will befall them and what is prepared for them.
33. He did not know if the same fate would befall his current self (who had traveled out of his present time).
34. But then, the will of Allah or the ambition of Muhammad, and/ or both, didn’t let that fate befall Islam.
35. At the thought of what might befall the illustrious senora presently, he became gradually overcome with dismay.
36. For long moments he seethed and went on fantasies of what should befall Enjteen, vermin control trainee might work.
37. May it go well with me for I have chosen to serve the Lord all of my days and through whatever trials may befall me.
38. My darling, my loved one, whatever befall me, rest assured that my last thought and my last prayer will be for you.
39. They will stand in this way because they will view what is about to befall them, and what has been prepared for them.
40. I no longer cared for what may befall, my body returning to ashes slowly, nourishing Adrinius and Zacchaeus fittingly.
41. Many seniors, however, are not really technology savvy and are not aware of all the dangers that can befall them online.
42. Well had he been taught that Scripture: There shall no evil befall you, neither shall any plague come near your dwelling.
43. Thus the inevitable disappointments that befall investors from time to time are seen, mistakenly, as having been avoidable.
44. As they were taking their tea Easton told his wife about Linden's affair and his apprehensions as to what might befall himself.
45. Fear of the disgrace that would befall him if every one in the court knew of his conduct stifled the inner working of his soul.
46. I know you have been sent to apprehend me, but you should understand that nothing will befall the Son of Man until his hour comes.
47. The reader of such things makes predictions about the situations, the predicaments, and the incidents that will befall a given person.
48. As for the noble verse: guard yourselves against temptation, the chastisement of which will not befall the wrong doers among you only.
49. Then traitors avaunt! Vengeance to my aid! Let the false one come, approach, advance, die, yield up his life, and then befall what may.
50. You may not understand all that will befall you and your brethren, but never doubt that you were once called to the work of the kingdom.
51. Sancho took up a position in the rear of all without dismounting from Dapple, whom he dared not desert lest some mischief should befall him.
52. How long they seemed, those quarters! Twelve struck, and one and two and three, and still we sat waiting silently for whatever might befall.
53. And therefore he will be least likely to lament, and will bear with the greatest equanimity any misfortune of this sort which may befall him.
54. I heard the cracks and booms of the onrushing water then and I almost regretted, as I had with the fire, what would befall the invaders next.
55. Whatever it might be, it was perfectly clear that there was no possible use in my resisting, and that I could only wait to see what might befall.
56. For when they befall man, his spirit becomes attracted by their stress and surrounded by their anguish to the extent that it becomes wholly absorbed in them.
57. On this side, beautiful life; on the other, mysterious death, he reasoned, and no better lot could befall a man than to live—to enjoy life and the beauty of living.
58. What? Malign such an one, the amiable Miss Callan, who is the lustre of her own sex and the astonishment of ours? And at an instant the most momentous that can befall a.
59. I reasoned as I had reasoned already without knowing it,—if that be reasoning,—in case any harm should befall him through my not going, how could I ever forgive myself!.
60. Remember, if any accident should befall me, to keep the air blowing on your left cheeks—or, rather, follow the Mohicans; they'd scent their way, be it in day or be it at night.
61. Kenneth says he would wager his mare, that he'll outlive any man on this side Gimmerton, and go to the grave a hoary sinner; unless some happy chance out of the common course befall him.
62. Kenneth says he would wager his mare that he’ll outlive any man on this side Gimmerton, and go to the grave a hoary sinner; unless some happy chance out of the common course befall him.
63. Samuel knew that it would be either Homeland Director, Jamal Jones, or the President himself; and they probably wanted a plan in place now for the new disasters about to befall the country.
64. Make sure you tell Jiva and Ishvara to die along with their Queen, because what I have in store for them if they exist after you is far worse than any death that could befall a vampire.
65. Kingdoms will fall and the rule of kings will be broken, but those who put their trust in El Elyon will put on new strength and be saved from the calamities about to befall all of Ayenathurim.
66. I know there are gentlemen fully sensible of the evils about to befall their country, without any obstinate pride to conquer, who would rejoice at being convinced it is in their power to avert them.
67. At that moment, he pictures the action which he has presented that is, his commitment of the crime, as he pictures the penalty which he delayed for himself and which will befall him because of his offense.
68. Regardless, selling options, whether done by yourself or by your money manager, automatically relieves you of many of the burdens and pitfalls that befall not only futures traders but also traders who buy options.
69. I do not believe that real harm can befall me; I do not believe that my lifework can really be jeopardized by anything my enemies might wish to visit upon me, and surely we have no violence to fear from our friends.
70. The truest good-breeding is in such cases attained through the complete absence of conceit, and the man shows himself secure in his self-respect in his own station of life whatever that may be, and whatever fate may befall him.
71. Also, if we wanted to come down from the roof and we stepped down the stairs, we call such act a piety, for we protected ourselves from the damage that would befall us in case that we threw ourselves directly on the floor.
72. Why, then, should I do all this? If I am told that I shall be made to suffer in any event, I reply that in the first place, there can be no possible suffering greater than that which would befall me were I to execute your commands.
73. As an afterthought, it is interesting to note that because of her attitude to David humbling himself before the Lord, she was to bear no children and died childless, which in ancient Israel was the most degrading thing that could befall a woman.
74. The Hurons, who would have deemed such a misfortune the heaviest calamity that could befall them, fell back in a body, taking a position where they were out of earshot, though at the same time they could command a view of the entrance to the lodge.
75. There is always sufficient reserve of the ninth ray stored in the great building to maintain the present Martian atmosphere for a thousand years, and the only fear, as my new friend told me, was that some accident might befall the pumping apparatus.
76. But subsequent events showed that this was not the worst fate that could befall Leasco; a fair argument could be made that had not Leasco acquired Reliance, Leasco after September 1969 might have been insolvent, or in any event, in quite serious trouble.
77. I rely upon you not only to be discreet and to refrain from all gossip upon the matter but, above all, to preserve this coronet with every possible precaution because I need not say that a great public scandal would be caused if any harm were to befall it.
78. If one of a child’s parents is afflicted with such hereditary epilepsy, the possibility that this disease will befall their children is about 10% (the amount of children who are affected by epilepsy, although their parents are not afflicted with it, is 1-2% of cases).
79. And bear in mind what I am now about to say to you, for it will be of great use and comfort to you in time of trouble; it is, not to let your mind dwell on the adverse chances that may befall you; for the worst of all is death, and if it be a good death, the best of all is to die.
80. Elinor did not offer to detain him; and they parted, with a very earnest assurance on HER side of her unceasing good wishes for his happiness in every change of situation that might befall him; on HIS, with rather an attempt to return the same good will, than the power of expressing it.
81. Elinor did not offer to detain him; and they parted, with a very earnest assurance on her side of her unceasing good wishes for his happiness in every change of situation that might befall him; on his, with rather an attempt to return the same good will, than the power of expressing it.
82. Thus, at length, by one of the unexpected strokes of fortune which sometimes befall those who have for a long time been the victims of an evil destiny, Dantes was about to secure the opportunity he wished for, by simple and natural means, and land on the island without incurring any suspicion.
83. But what if there isn’t need for chastening? What if we’re blameless? Why would God allow for tribulation and hardship and suffering to befall us? Why would God allow for His children to be martyred or tortured? Does that sound like a loving father? In the Holocaust, where was God? Does that look like a loving father?
84. It was not only that he was unwilling to entertain thoughts which could be accused of baseness, and was already uneasy in the sense that he had to justify himself from the charge of ingratitude—the latent consciousness of many other barriers between himself and Dorothea besides the existence of her husband, had helped to turn away his imagination from speculating on what might befall Mr.
85. He explained the Godly justice and demonstrated it in lofty logic, as he showed the reason of poverty, sickness, afflictions, and all what may befall man in this world of good or evil, besides, he stated the elements which man is composed of in a noticeable explanation, where he spoke about the difference between the soul and the spirit, and between the thought and the mind revealing the quiddity of each.
86. He explained the Godly justice and demonstrated it in lofty logic, and he also showed the reasons for poverty, sickness, afflictions, and all that may befall man in this world of good or evil; and besides, he stated the elements of which man is composed in a remarkable explanation, where he spoke about the difference between the soul and the spirit, and between thought and the mind, so revealing the quiddity of each.
87. It was some hundred miles by that way from the Cross-roads to the Morannon, and what might befall them before they came so far none knew They went openly but heedfully, with mounted scouts before them on the road, and others on foot upon either side, especially on the eastward flank; for there lay dark thickets, and a tumbled land of rocky ghylls and crags, behind which the long grim slopes of the Ephel D®ath clambered up.
88. MINE is a strange and wonderful lot! The chances are that there is not a single wretched beggar suffering under the luxury and oppression of the rich who feels anything like as keenly as I do either the injustice, the cruelty, and the horror of their oppression of and contempt for the poor; or the grinding humiliation and misery which befall the great majority of the workers, the real producers of all that makes life possible.
89. For some of them are written and inscribed above in the Heaven in order that the angels may read them and know that which shall befall the sinners and the spirits of the humble and of those who have afflicted their bodies and been recompensed by God; and of those who have been put to shame by wicked men: Who love God and loved neither gold nor silver nor any of the good things which are in the world but gave over their bodies to torture.
90. For some of them are written and inscribed above in the Heaven, in order that the angels may read them and know that which shall befall the sinners, and the spirits of the humble, and of those who have afflicted their bodies, and been recompensed by God; and of those who have been put to shame by wicked men: Who love God and loved neither gold nor silver nor any of the good things which are in the world, but gave over their bodies to torture.
91. Weep not, good ladies, for all these mishaps are the lot of those who follow the profession I profess; and if these reverses did not befall me I should not esteem myself a famous knight-errant; for such things never happen to knights of little renown and fame, because nobody in the world thinks about them; to valiant knights they do, for these are envied for their virtue and valour by many princes and other knights who compass the destruction of the worthy by base means.
92. All the adventures that could befall him from that time forth he regarded as already done and brought to a happy issue; he made light of enchantments and enchanters; he thought no more of the countless drubbings that had been administered to him in the course of his knight-errantry, nor of the volley of stones that had levelled half his teeth, nor of the ingratitude of the galley slaves, nor of the audacity of the Yanguesans and the shower of stakes that fell upon him; in short, he said to himself that could he discover any means, mode, or way of disenchanting his lady Dulcinea, he would not envy the highest fortune that the most fortunate knight-errant of yore ever reached or could reach.
93. For men were created exactly like the angels to the intent that they should continue pure and righteous and death which destroys everything could not have taken hold of them but through this their knowledge they are perishing and through this power it is consuming me; And the fifth was named K'sdeje: this is he who showed the children of men all the wicked strikings of spirits and demons and the strikings of the embryo in the womb that it may pass away and the strikings of the soul the bites of the serpent and the strikings which befall through the noontide heat the son of the Serpent named Tabe'et; And this is the task of K'sbeel the chief of the oath which he showed to the holy ones when he dwelt high above in glory and its name is Beqe.
94. For men were created exactly like the angels, to the intent that they should continue pure and righteous, and death, which destroys everything, could not have taken hold of them, but through this their knowledge they are perishing, and through this power it is consuming me; And the fifth was named K'sdeje: this is he who showed the children of men all the wicked strikings of spirits and demons, and the strikings of the embryo in the womb, that it may pass away, and the strikings of the soul the bites of the serpent, and the strikings which befall through the noontide heat, the son of the Serpent named Tabe'et; And this is the task of K'sbeel, the chief of the oath which he showed to the holy ones when he dwelt high above in glory, and its name is Beqe.
95. Coatl and I went over the strategy for the next day, although he wanted me to escort mother and the last of the stragglers to the stronghold, I insisted that as I was the High Chief of the Toltec nation, I had to take part in the first confrontation, he argued long and hard on this point, even trying to ally mother to his way of thinking, she told him she was too busy for childish arguments and to sort it out ourselves, he gave in then and told me I would co-ordinate the Toxon squad, that no harm was to befall the captain of the tax collectors except by his hand, all the other settlements had received their instructions, he was confident of a satisfactory conclusion to our first days activity, a couple of more jugs of maize brew and we were both ready for some rest.
96. Heart of my own heart, whatever befall,.
1. She worried that any small disaster befalling either team would.
2. And certain that he wouldn't be able to stop the tragedy from befalling on Nathifa if he.
3. The logging, charcoal, and mining industries are additional problems befalling Madagascar’s forests.
4. He had heard of strange situations befalling his friends and peers, such as when Monica met a greedy planet.
5. He explained that I'd be more than honored as no other female had been allowed to partake in the ritual without undue harm befalling them.
6. Such a move would also ensure the continued support of their husbands since they would have to fight that much harder to forestall harm from befalling their mates.
7. Once I said yes he told me that our wedding vows would be incorporated into his holy initiation ceremony, then he explained that I'd be more than honored as no other female had been allowed to partake in the ritual services without undue harm befalling them.
8. The two Turks, greedy and insolent, instead of obeying the orders we had to land me and this renegade in Christian dress (with which we came provided) on the first Spanish ground we came to, chose to run along the coast and make some prize if they could, fearing that if they put us ashore first, we might, in case of some accident befalling us, make it known that the brigantine was at sea, and thus, if there happened to be any galleys on the coast, they might be taken.
1. I know what has befallen me.
2. Such a sad blow has befallen us.
3. ALL THAT HAD HITHERTO BEFALLEN HIM.
4. And this misfortune has befallen me.
5. THAN ALL THAT HAD HITHERTO BEFALLEN HIM.
6. One of our biggest fears had befallen us.
7. Realizing that a back-breaker has befallen them.
8. I had begun to fear some accident had befallen her.
9. He trembled as if something terrible had befallen him.
10. Sexual violation has also befallen some widows who are.
11. I wondered what could have befallen Felicity, and raced.
12. She then went on to relate to him all that had befallen her.
13. Now they were blamed for all the ills that had befallen Crete.
14. Has any hurt befallen him? And the Lady Jowyn, where is she?'.
15. He said, Condemnation and wrath have befallen you from your Lord.
16. His eyes clouded over, hearing what had befallen his young friends.
17. Certain occurrences have befallen me which border upon the marvellous.
18. What has befallen you of misfortune is the fruit of your own labors.
19. Becky was too much overpowered by the good luck which had befallen her.
20. In this writer’s opinion, a more perfect fate could not have befallen him.
21. Although death and destruction had befallen the country, the Japanese people.
22. I sat silent, cataloguing various disasters that might have befallen Wind Gap.
23. The maid gulped, and Anne knew that something had befallen one of her treasures.
24. You cannot blame others in your life for the misfortunes that have befallen you.
25. A sharp cry pierces his mind and he knows the same fate has befallen the scribe.
26. The example of him is as that of the patient who has befallen by a chronic disease.
27. Linda couldn’t believe the already terrible tragedy that had befallen Medusa Bar.
28. When they had all sat down again and some calm had befallen them, Calras spoke again.
29. Alas, what a ruin has befallen thee! said Hester, with the tears gushing into.
30. The one who is responsible for all of the disasters that have befallen us! His.
31. After this disaster had befallen Cestius, the more opulent of the Jews (says Josephus).
32. For a moment I was shocked at the thought that some sudden danger might have befallen them.
33. Thames, far away from the square where she had come between the curses that had befallen her.
34. The fate that had befallen the Brazilian expedition showed that his fears were based on fact.
35. They were hungry after their ride, and easily consoled, since no real harm had befallen them.
36. I knew so little about the thing that had befallen me, that no possibility could be ruled out.
37. The tall one, dirt streaked and clothes torn, raised his head as if to survey what had befallen.
38. This release had befallen her some two years before; for anything I knew, she was married again.
39. She knew this night would take more than a warm pie to end the mayhem that had befallen her family.
40. The tall one, dirt streaked and clothes torn, raised his head as if to survey what had befallen him.
41. Some tragedy may have befallen them such as an accident or a murder that ended their lives prematurely.
42. He shuddered to imagine what twice-cursed doom might have befallen Ceder if the unicorns had not intervened.
43. A short time after that, he fell down dead after living under the spiritual illusion which had befallen him.
44. He spoke of how strong his father had been, and of the crushing changes that had befallen him in his illness.
45. I could wish, though, it had befallen an accursed Mingo, rather than that gay young boy from the old countries.
46. After this disaster had befallen Cestius, the more opulent of the Jews (says Josephus) forsook Jerusalem as men.
47. They appeared brighter than usual and smaller, the hue of its light a pale blue, as if a sickness had befallen it.
48. I listen to you and all I hear is whining and excuses, that what has befallen us was an unavoidable occurrence.
49. Then, when they entered into his presence, they said, Mighty governor, adversity has befallen us, and our family.
50. They told us of the onslaught that had befallen the Eastern cities and the great disaster that had befallen Lancosa.
51. These are indeed strange times and we must do our best with them, though we might wish they had befallen someone else.
52. What was the meaning of it all? Was it a great joy or a great misfortune that had befallen him? he asked himself.
53. I think it’s more likely some calamity has befallen him, Alfred said, maybe he fell while looking at the view.
54. Pandemonium engulfed the hall as those waiting began to suspect the dreadful fate that may have befallen their loved ones.
55. He then told me of the tragedy that had befallen the family four years ago, three years after the reading I had given her.
56. Our new friends, he motioned toward Tiden and Trix, had brought news of the atrocities that have befallen your people.
57. The one who is responsible for all of the disasters that have befallen us! His head tilted back a little disdainfully.
58. The boys happily went out to play with their old friends, unaware of the depth of the tragedy that had befallen their family.
59. Come with me, Pippin! But you, Beregond, should return to the Citadel and tell the chief of the Guard there what has befallen.
60. Eventually, in whispers, they recounted the dark and terrible events which had befallen Pierre Steele that night not so long ago.
61. After this disaster had befallen Cestius, the more opulent of the Jews (says Josephus) forsook Jerusalem as men do a sinking ship.
62. When Salomon van der Merwe left his store that afternoon, he had come to terms with the dreadful catastrophe that had befallen him.
63. She’d spoken softly, but her voice sounded out loud in the hush that had befallen the crowd, who looked among themselves in fear.
64. And one teaspoonful cough syrup was enough for me to gulp, which befallen me drowsy to reach in the azure of silent sleep as death.
65. Pray compose yourself, sir, said Holmes, and let me have a clear account of who you are and what it is that has befallen you.
66. I sensed that they could not know the condition of the times that had befallen these worlds, or surely all the lights would have been off.
67. It so happens that in all this I am the one who knows what has befallen on both of you, better than either one of you does for that matter.
68. Holford: After this disaster had befallen Cestius, the more opulent of the Jews (says Josephus) forsook Jerusalem as men do a sinking ship.
69. But what had befallen the night? The moon was not yet set, and we were all in shadow: I could scarcely see my master’s face, near as I was.
70. After a period, during which I sat in bewilderment, I set myself to try and discover what sudden misfortune could have befallen my companions.
71. The young gentleman, his friend, overjoyed as he was at a passage that had late befallen him, could not forbear to tell it his nearest neighbour.
72. When we had happily greeted grandpa, we began the traditional feast, where mother told him about all the misfortunes that had befallen our family.
73. A week after the gazette report of the battle of Austerlitz came a letter from Kutuzov informing the prince of the fate that had befallen his son.
74. A week after the gazette report of the battle of Austerlitz came a letter from Kutúzov informing the prince of the fate that had befallen his son.
75. We had shaken off Lord Mount-James, and Overton had gone to consult with the other members of his team over the misfortune which had befallen them.
76. As for him, coming out upon the high road, he made for El Toboso, and the next day reached the inn where the mishap of the blanket had befallen him.
77. In the front of the house, people remembered the catastrophe that had befallen Carlotta at the end of that act and the historic "co-ack" which had.
78. Besides, the recent events that had befallen her family had given Adelaida much to think about, especially the sad experiences of her younger sister.
79. When a person gives up this world because one of these afflictions have befallen them, they may turn to their Provider in repentance and recognize Him.
80. We also shook the captain's hand, and expressed our regret, with John, at the misfortune which had befallen him because of the deflection of the compass.
81. My Dad always half believed that she could curse people if they crossed her, making jokes about it if misfortune had befallen someone who had done him down.
82. He was mollified by what seemed a sign of some faint interest in such things as had befallen him, and dropped a few descriptive phrases with an affected and curt.
83. He nodded to himself thinking it was a good thing that Hilderich had slept after all that had befallen him; he definitely needed to sleep more than he did so himself.
84. He was certain his prayers had been answered and that Zoe had come to realize that God was not to blame for the war or the terrible fate that had befallen the country.
85. After Moss had finished telling Soffen about the ills that had befallen the sett, the exhausted sow fell into a restless slumber, leaving Soffen to ponder on the facts.
86. Marya told me all that had befallen her since the taking of the fort; painted me the horrors of her position, all the torment the infamous Chvabrine had made her suffer.
87. While I cried uncontrollably, I felt like I had all those years before, after my Sire had ordered Jacques to take me to India following the ordeal that had befallen him.
88. Such an honor had never befallen Monsieur Goerg before, and he was beside himself, bowing and scraping before the great man, doing everything but tugging at his forelock.
89. Nothing else was talked about at the suffrage reception at Miss Ashton's that evening, not even suffrage, as much as the strange fate that seemed to have befallen Murtha.
90. Yet, had things befallen otherwise, these moralists would have been among the first (yes, I feel persuaded of it) to approach me with friendly jests and congratulations.
91. Who is the current Keeper? What has befallen the city? the man with the dead eyes asked, somehow able to gaze directly at Pete’s location, though obviously blind.
92. Those whose hearts tremble when God is mentioned, and those who endure what has befallen them, and those who perform the prayer and spend from what We have provided for them.
93. He hoped Amonas’ mind was so far gone that he at least did not perceive himself through Hilderich’s eyes or had any sort of knowledge or awareness of what had befallen him.
94. It was near daybreak before these believers dispersed; all night they remained together, earnestly discussing the Master's admonitions and contemplating all that had befallen them.
95. The small blade of the paring knife flashed again and again in the fiery light of the burning cottage which couldn’t compare to the intensity of the rage that had befallen Krista.
96. He remembered every detail of the previous day and he knew that a perfectly novel experience had befallen him, that he had received an impression unlike anything he had known before.
97. Soon after as they sat in comfort, they told of the atrocities which had befallen them since the night of the raid when they had picked William from the beach where they had parachuted in.
98. Some tonsorial mishap had befallen the hair there; was it green? Before Richard could decide, though, hair, shoes, and coveralls were tailing Billy Three-Sticks around a corner onto Eighth Ave.
99. You will perhaps smile at me when I tell you that, ever since I have known this man, I have involuntarily entertained the idea that all the good fortune which his befallen me originated from him.
100. As soon as this whole commotion died down, Linda’s defence lawyer arose, and made his plea; Your honour what has befallen this young woman can only be described at a tragedy: a Greek tragedy.
1. Any ill that befalls you befalls.
2. For that which befalls the sons of.
3. Whatever befalls me I cannot forbear asking, `Why you.
4. Every individual is the cause of the evil that befalls them.
5. Calamity befalls and still do not wake up from your senses.
6. The greatest affliction then befalls them: a quick and terrible descent.
7. And this Bliss-feedback will be all that befalls me, all that comes back to me.
8. The misfortune which befalls one portion, should sink deep in the hearts of the others also.
9. And His will is governed only by infinite love for us, and so whatever befalls us is for our good.
10. Then, when a calamity befalls you, he says, God has favored me, that I was not martyred with them.
11. But when adversity befalls them, because of what their hands have perpetrated, they begin to despair.
12. She had her space-crafts ready to leave to their home planet, Ultima once the Earth befalls its fate.
13. Whatever misfortune befalls you, it is because of what your hands have earned; and yet He pardons much.
14. The Almighty promised that He will certainly rescue the true believers when the disaster befalls their people.
15. This is often why it may appear that luck befalls many people only to have one problem after another after another.
16. This is often why it may appear that bad luck befalls many people only to have one problem after another after another.
17. Will you teach your children what we have taught our children? That the earth is our mother? What befalls the earth befalls all the sons of the earth.
18. You notice that a man who is quarreling does not feel something that befalls him during his quarrels, or any other sudden event, even if it was the stab of a knife.
19. Surely, after doing so, she cannot be imagined liable to any impression of sorrow or of joy on his account—she cannot be interested in any thing that befalls him.
20. Surely, after doing so, she cannot be imagined liable to any impression of sorrow or of joy on his account-- she cannot be interested in any thing that befalls him.
21. Whenever We let man taste mercy from Us, he rejoices in it; but when misfortune befalls them, as a consequence of what their hands have perpetrated, man turns blasphemous.
22. Therefore, they shall inevitably be inflicted with what befalls those who were the means of arousing it, because when they do not interdict the temptation it means that they accept it.
23. To believe otherwise is letting the forces you hate have more power in your life than the forces you love, and you deserve any consequence, pain, or situation which befalls you from those forces.
24. This was not the suggested sentence, but rather the absolute maximum limit; meaning, no matter what atrocity befalls you by the hand of another nation, you shall never do more to them than they did to you.
25. For he is a jealous God, a vengeful God who tolerates no unbelievers in his flock, thereby maintaining good order and avoiding the disastrous fate that befalls all those who stray from the prescribed path of righteousness.
26. For that which befalls the sons of men befalls beasts; even one thing befalls them: as the one dies so dies the other; yes, they have all one breath (Hebrew–ruach–spirit); and man has no preeminence above the beasts: for all is vanity.
27. While, sir, the spleen of hostility towards the Government is gratified, while the manufacturing establishments of the East are promoted, while the middle section of the Union disposes of, at high prices, the abundant harvest of their fields, what becomes of the commerce of our country? What fate befalls the agriculture of the South? Our cotton rots on the stalk.
28. Before the occurrence of the destroying Hour or any other affliction, Al'lah, the Almighty sends warnings and cautions to people, so that they may be awakened from their oblivion, then they correct their manners before the torture befalls them when they will say: oh! our Provider! Would you turn us again to do good deed, different from that we had done?! Those cautions are not limited to be sent only through the tongue of the messengers yet the extremely strict and steered universal regularity also gives you warning that this present life is restless.
29. And again I saw how they began to gore each other and to devour each other and the Earth began to cry aloud; And I raised my eyes again to Heaven and I saw in the vision and note there came out from Heaven beings who were like white men and four went out from that place and three with them; And those three that had last come out grasped me by my hand and took me up away from the generations of the Earth and raised me up to a lofty place and showed me a tower raised high above the Earth and all the hills were lower; And one said to me: 'Remain here till you see everything that befalls those elephants camels and asses and the stars and the oxen and all of them.
30. And again I saw how they began to gore each other and to devour each other, and the Earth began to cry aloud; And I raised my eyes again to Heaven, and I saw in the vision, and note there came out from Heaven beings who were like white men, and four went out from that place and three with them; And those three that had last come out grasped me by my hand and took me up, away from the generations of the Earth, and raised me up to a lofty place, and showed me a tower raised high above the Earth, and all the hills were lower; And one said to me: 'Remain here till you see everything that befalls those elephants, camels, and asses, and the stars and the oxen, and all of them.
31. Does it see what finally befalls, and has always finally befallen,.
1. The same experience befell him as.
2. Then the most terrible evil befell the land.
3. Of what befell the hapless child; meanwhile.
4. But at that point a slight mischance befell her.
5. A great sickness befell the Eastern Kingdom.
6. ADVENTURE THAT BEFELL DON QUIXOTE IN THE CASTLE.
7. Silence befell the gap between them although in.
8. OF THE BRISTLY ADVENTURE THAT BEFELL DON QUIXOTE.
9. They were spared the death that befell the Egyptians.
10. The whelp deserved everything that befell his father.
11. OF WHAT BEFELL SANCHO ON THE ROAD, AND OTHER THINGS THAT.
12. And after that, what hap befell me? Help me to remember.
13. WHICH TREATS OF WHAT BEFELL DON QUIXOTE'S PARTY AT THE INN.
14. All this befell shortly before my coming to Fort Bélogorsk.
15. OF WHAT BEFELL DON QUIXOTE IN THE SIERRA MORENA, WHICH WAS.
16. OF THE MISHAP THAT BEFELL SANCHO PANZA THROUGH THE VISIT TO.
17. WHEREIN IS RELATED WHAT BEFELL DON QUIXOTE ON HIS WAY TO SEE.
18. Twenty years went past and a sickness befell the white people.
19. A ludicrous adventure in the water once befell Captain Marryat.
20. Many sorrows befell them afterwards, and they were parted long.
21. The adventure that befell us on the way was also a surprising one.
22. Cruz then refers to the fate which befell a prisoner placed in his.
23. A similar fate befell all the other stocks with sky-high valuations.
24. What the Persian knew of this torture-chamber and what there befell.
25. It befell this man to receive the fate which was meant for the other.
26. But a calamity befell the ship and she fell to the bottom of the sea.
27. Ladislaw, to make amends for the deprivation which befell your mother.
28. So, the torment afflicted him and the misery befell him forever and ever.
29. I come now to the relation of a misfortune, which about this time befell Mrs.
30. And each time he refused, a new plague befell the land, but still he held back.
31. A similar mishap befell the other aircraft which was patrolling the outer entrances.
32. You all know by now the tragic fate that befell our home world at the hands of the Morgs.
33. The bonding of ghoul with troll was not the only magic that befell the Fens over the ages.
34. It was he who had been wrong for being where his due befell upon his family, Truman explained.
35. I wonder: has anyone caused this child the suffering which befell it at that moment? Of course not!.
36. I wonder, has anyone caused this child that suffering which befell him at that moment? Of course not.
37. I next drew up that will to which you so much objected; so that if anything befell me in the person of Dr.
38. What befell you on the day the two armies clashed was with God's permission; that He may know the believers.
39. Whatever injury befell the glorious dwarf when the Great City fell, his shaman went to great lengths to conceal it.
40. His is the only bank that weathered the shit storm that befell most others—and he got a lot of the credit for it.
41. Which is why we are left with just the tattered fragments that managed to survive the civil war that befell our people.
42. So far everything had turned out favorably, and his name "had remained unstained," when suddenly a slight mishap befell.
43. Thence he went to Algiers, where he met with one of the most extraordinary adventures that ever befell anyone in the world.
44. The thing is common in that fishery; and in the sequel of the narrative, it will then be seen what like abandonment befell myself.
45. The consumed wine did nothing to help dull the slow and agonising death that eventually befell him the next day from the fatal wound.
46. And when a calamity befell you, even after you had inflicted twice as much, you said, "How is this?" Say, "It is from your own selves.
47. In which our Heroine first makes an intimate Acquaintance with the Great City of London, and what befell her upon her historic Arrival there.
48. But said the gentleman, at the close of the Revolutionary war we alone triumphed over the arms of Great Britain; defeat befell all the rest of the world.
49. At all events, the croupiers of Roulettenberg seemed to look upon the Grandmother as their lawful prey—whereafter there befell what our party had foretold.
50. Not used, I say, unless at the uttermost end of need, but set beyond his grasp, save by a victory so final that what then befell would not trouble us, being dead.
51. And though the adventures that befell me there are not by any means matters of enjoyment, but rather of regret, I do not regret them, simply because I have seen it.
52. By nothing more than simple bad luck, it befell me to be the one to have to meet with him after a questioning, to keep our office abreast of the latest intelligence.
53. And then they heard the angels tell 'Who were the first to cry NOWELL? Animals all, as it befell, In the stable where they did dwell! Joy shall be theirs in the morning!'.
54. The difficulties that befell industrial bonds, therefore, cannot be avoided in the future merely by more stringent requirements as to bond-interest coverage in normal years.
55. It makes one remember the affliction which befell the old nations: how they had been destroyed when they opposed the right indication and accused God’s Messengers of lying.
56. The world was understood in terms of the great pitched battle between good and evil, a battle that could explain all the glories and hardships that befell the ground dwellers.
57. But she had to hold fast to the mission that brought her to Skyrim in the first place: the location and retrieval of her father’s remains, and the truth of what befell him there.
58. Priscilla, we know, went very far afield in search of hers, and having undertaken to tell of what befell her I must not now, only because I would rather, suppress any portion of the story.
59. But clear Truth is a thing for salamander giants only to encounter; how small the chances for the provincials then? What befell the weakling youth lifting the dread goddess's veil at Lais?
60. Sherlock Holmes and myself to spend some weeks in one of our great University towns, and it was during this time that the small but instructive adventure which I am about to relate befell us.
61. Sherlock Holmes and myself to spend some weeks in one of our great university towns, and it was during this time that the small but instructive adventure which I am about to relate befell us.
62. It has before been hinted, perhaps, that every little untoward circumstance that befell him, and which indirectly sprang from his luckless mishap, almost invariably irritated or exasperated Ahab.
63. No mischance befell them; if benighted in the wood, they lay down on the moss to repose and sleep till the morning; and their mother was satisfied as to their safety, and felt no fear about them.
64. We the ZTA men say this with full confidence that causes of attack on trade centre with resultant calamity that befell Zulimistan people and the reasons for dangerous missile attacks on Zamaril were the same.
65. On the other hand, there were men who became criminals because there was little work for them, or perhaps they were victims of circumstance, whereby their standard of living was very low and hard times befell them.
66. We doubt whether any marked event, for good or evil, ever befell New England, from its settlement down to Revolutionary times, of which the inhabitants had not been previously warned by some spectacle of this nature.
67. Otherwise, if a calamity befell them as a result of what their hands have perpetrated, they would say, Our Lord, if only You had sent us a messenger, we would have followed Your revelations, and been among the believers.
68. The psalms are full of his tears and lamentations for the attacks and situations that befell him, but not once did he waver in his decision to lead Israel in the way of the Lord, not once did he say, ‘I’ve had enough, I’m quitting.
69. Real destruction then befell them as a result, and they became deprived of the Book, authority, and prophethood due to their unbelief, while the Almighty gave Jesus (pth) and his mother a shelter on the hillside of a firm mountain by a spring.
70. Will they be facing the same consequences that befell Natascha? Is their sacrifice worth this? All I have accomplished is managing to tie myself to a balloon and drift off into space, and if I don’t find a way to land this thing, I may freeze to death.
71. However, as if fate resolved on depriving the prisoners of their last chance, and making them understand that they were condemned to perpetual imprisonment, a new misfortune befell them; the gallery on the sea side, which had long been in ruins, was rebuilt.
72. How many a time have we talked over her little errors! You need not fear me; I have almost given up every serious idea of her; but I must be a blockhead indeed, if, whatever befell me, I could think of your kindness and sympathy without the sincerest gratitude.
73. Don Quixote passed it in his never-failing meditations; but, for all that, they had some winks of sleep, and with the appearance of daylight they pursued their journey in quest of the banks of the famous Ebro, where that befell them which will be told in the following chapter.
74. Charles Dickens made his first American public reading in New York that year, and while the tragedy that befell John’s second family did not quite have the sting of one of Dickens’s social commentaries, it certainly would have stretched the credibility of a late Victorian melodrama.
75. We should be blessed if we lived in the present always, and took advantage of every accident that befell us, like the grass which confesses the influence of the slightest dew that falls on it; and did not spend our time in atoning for the neglect of past opportunities, which we call doing our duty.
76. How a Ship having passed the Line was driven by storms to the cold Country towards the South Pole; and how from thence she made her course to the tropical Latitude of the Great Pacific Ocean; and of the strange things that befell; and in what manner the Ancyent Marinere came back to his own Country.
77. For Marianne, however--in spite of his incivility in surviving her loss--he always retained that decided regard which interested him in every thing that befell her, and made her his secret standard of perfection in woman;-- and many a rising beauty would be slighted by him in after-days as bearing no comparison with Mrs.
78. But another piece of ill-luck befell them, which Sancho held the worst of all, and that was that they had no wine to drink, nor even water to moisten their lips; and as thirst tormented them, Sancho, observing that the meadow where they were was full of green and tender grass, said what will be told in the following chapter.
79. It was but some few days after encountering the Frenchman, that a most significant event befell the most insignificant of the Pequod's crew; an event most lamentable; and which ended in providing the sometimes madly merry and predestinated craft with a living and ever accompanying prophecy of whatever shattered sequel might prove her own.
80. To a creature of Will's susceptible temperament—without any neutral region of indifference in his nature, ready to turn everything that befell him into the collisions of a passionate drama—the revelation that Rosamond had made her happiness in any way dependent on him was a difficulty which his outburst of rage towards her had immeasurably increased for him.
81. I was now settled in lodgings of my own, abandoned to my own conduct, and turned loose upon the town, to sink or swim, as I could manage with the current of it; and what were the consequences, together with the number of adventures which befell me in the exercise of my new profession, will compose the mater of another letter: for surely it is high time to put a period! to this.
82. Even on this score it should be pointed out that if by any chance Cudahy Packing Company were to suffer the reverses that befell Fisk Rubber Company, the loss in market value of the first-mortgage bonds would be fully as great as those suffered by the debentures; for in April 1932 Fisk Rubber Company First 8s were selling as low as 17 against a price of 12 for the unsecured 5½% Notes.
83. Murray was still engrossed in the papers that Shirl had put together, this was crime on a grand scale involving well respected household names, this was the sort of insurance that guaranteed a man a quiet life, with this information in his hands the casino security instead of destroying his family would no doubt be instructed to protect him at all costs, ensuring no harm befell him or his family.
84. Conversely, the right to cash in the bonds at cost price or better has given the purchasers in former years of low interest rates complete protection against the shrinkage in principal value that befell many bond investors; otherwise stated, it gave them the possibility of benefiting from the rise in interest rates by switching their low-interest holdings into very-high-coupon issues on an even-money basis.

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