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  1. I’m not saying this to brag.
  2. That’s something to brag about.
  3. He just wasn’t the type to brag.
  4. No, but evils brag about what they do.
  5. As if that is something to brag about.

  6. It would give me something to brag about.
  7. I don’t mean to brag, but I’m pretty awesome.
  8. She was never really one to brag about her looks.
  9. I don't like to brag but I get straight A's in school.
  10. Figures that would be something Kevin would brag about.
  11. He ain’t the one that sit back and brag to his boys.
  12. I think, however, he had not much to brag of having out-.
  13. In Swann's experience heroes rarely felt the need to brag.
  14. You never hear Robins brag about the sweetness of their song.
  15. You never had that moment, the one that you brag about?

  16. Arthur was careful not to brag and his stocks rose accordingly.
  17. Others do it so they can brag about what great angels they are.
  18. I’m not sleeping with a bunch of guys so they can brag to their.
  19. I hate to brag but you were never the brightest of the two of us.
  20. I don’t want to celebrate this or brag about it, Garcia said.
  21. He liked to brag to the school kids that he was already making money.
  22. I certainly cannot brag because that will lead to many huge problems.
  23. Bear in mind then, that Brag is a good dog, but Holdfast is a better.
  24. I wanted Susan to brag more about me to her friends, she needed that.
  25. And have to listen to them brag about how popular their daughters were.

  26. Now the two major players just brag how much better they are than the other.
  27. Dao knew hers was gold and couldn’t wait to show Luanne and brag about it.
  28. And he did brag a bit that he was flying the next day on an important mission.
  29. Having this clout was starting to get into my head, and I began to brag about it.
  30. Without wanting to brag, us Spacers have learned the hard way that we must all 43.
  31. It’s considered a great honor to be able to brag about getting through this town.
  32. How shameful it is that a man should brag about activity that he should be publicly flogged for.
  33. I wouldn't brag about that too loudly; the women in this country still chase their husbands.
  34. They froth and brag about their own power, but under it all, they know what you are capable of.
  35. We will leave them to smoke and chatter and brag, since we have no further use for them at present.
  36. I thought you might want to brag to your old comrades that you escaped and were well, she said.
  37. I only lasted about 9 years, but some of the other specters will brag about lasting nearly 5 decades.
  38. Instead Aubrey decided to brag about his membership to the organization which alerted some Federal Agents.
  39. After�wards, an obscure voice inside prodded him to follow up on his brag about volunteering for Vietnam.
  40. You’ll never be able to go to a barbecue and brag about how you own the top-performing fund in the country.
  41. All through this journey, Gāndhiji did not brag about who he was or asked for special privileges for himself.
  42. I would think she might be at a stage where she’d want to brag about her longevity, but that’s not the case.
  43. I’ll admit and brag about my services to the Confederacy hardly lay so heavy a penance on my shoulders as that.
  44. Paul, who is penniless and without property, has nothing much to brag about in the bank, so Gerard leaves it alone.
  45. The mate maintained that he heard the man brag of killing a police officer, but the captain couldn’t confirm that.
  46. So, the man I helped enter life is finally marrying? And who is the woman who can brag about becoming your wife?’’.
  47. Not that reducing others to tears was something to brag about, but in the jungle of high school halls, it was a useful tool.
  48. In the main, they invest in unpresentable securities, stocks no one wants to brag about at cocktail parties or anywhere else.
  49. He then clasped his arms around Mitchell, Have a safe trip son, and try to get good grades so we can brag about you to everybody.
  50. The Mouse had an easy life of it, but she wanted to brag of her ease: she gnawed a larger hole in the floor, and invited other mice.
  51. I don't mean to brag but I'll bet that when you hear that someone evacuated their bowels, I imagine it a lot more orderly than you do.
  52. That wonderfully simple, but eternally useful quality that we used to brag about as our strong suit is nowhere to be found these days.
  53. It was also Peter‘s idea that Nostradamus might brag about successfully predicting that there would be no great flood in the year 1524.
  54. Do you know why? Because there are no bloody coppers on the streets; they’re all forced to watch the Super brag about his vital statistics.
  55. I know by now, if he wins he comes back early to brag about it, but if he stays out till morning it means he’s lost and will come back in a rage.
  56. It is the effectiveness and efficiency of the people who work for the organization that enables the organization to state and brag about their mission statement.
  57. This isn’t to brag about how busy I am, but to show that when it comes to money, I’m very, very interested in paying less attention while getting better returns.
  58. The backpack, which took me more than two weeks to assemble, isn’t anything to brag about, but it actually holds together pretty well, and all my supplies have made it with me.
  59. It is either the LBS, lieg, brag en steel (lie cheat and steal) or the drinking, smoking drugs, swearing and loafing around – and most commonly having babies at a young age.
  60. Yes, we make excuses for why we have to brag about it, but the end result is always the same, we either have a need that needs to be filled or just want someone to think highly of us.
  61. When normality returned to the control room and the mercenaries had gone to their quarters to drink and brag some more after they’d shackled the new guests and beaten them some more.
  62. Fannie, dear Fan, I thought, how like you, never to tell, never to brag that so many of these came up and down the tenement stairs over the years, for a chat and a remembrance and a song.
  63. Wegmans is somewhat better and even one of the top 500 companies – whatever that means – which they like to brag about, but I really find that difficult to believe from my experiences with them.
  64. Where can you have heard it? You Karamazovs brag of being an ancient, noble family, though your father used to run about playing the buffoon at other men's tables, and was only admitted to the kitchen as a favor.
  65. Many brag about preaching fire and brim-stone, others preach about the condemnation of those without, others about living a life filled with candy-canes and sugar-plums, and all preach about the flesh and how it can ‘save’ you.
  66. Ignatius Nikiforovitch said that it was the height of inconsistency, foolhardiness and pride; that such an act could only be explained, if at all, by a desire to be odd, to have something to brag about, and to make people talk about one's self.
  67. Nasby’s patent question, If the nigger is set free, whom will the Democrats find to look down on? has been answered to the glory and delectation of both the old parties, and, pre-eminently, of the new party, which has nothing American about it save whisky and brag.
  68. Of course in these fashionable days fathers and mothers are looked upon as a prejudice, but even now the law does not allow you to drag your old father about by the hair, to kick him in the face in his own house, and brag of murdering him outright—all in the presence of witnesses.
  69. You ever sit around the break room or on the front porch and listen to someone brag about the wonderful help they gave their neighbor or someone stranded on the side of the road? Maybe even hear how they gave money ‘til it hurt to some institution or organization? The literal meaning of the word charity is; Love.
  70. What would happen if you hauled in half a million non-terrorists on terrorism charges? You could brag all you wanted about how low a false-positive rate of 1 percent is—just look at the false positives that Nigerian scammers have to deal with!—but you’d still have a lot of angry people (and, likely, lawsuits) on your hands.
  71. A priest told me, the devil's the biggest bragger! "As soon," says he, "as you begin to brag, you get frightened; and as soon as you fear men then the hoofed one just collars you and pushes you where he likes!" But as I don't fear men, I'm easy! I can spit in the devil's beard, and at the sow his mother! He can't do me no harm! There, put that in your pipe!.
  72. A priest told me, the devil's the biggest bragger! “As soon,” says he, “as you begin to brag, you get frightened; and as soon as you fear men, then the hoofed one just collars you and pushes you where he likes!” But as I don't fear men, I'm easy! I can spit in the devil's beard, and at the sow his mother! He can't do me no harm! There, put that in your pipe!.
  73. Prohartchin confessed that he was a poor man on this occasion, he said, simply because the subject had come up; that the day before yesterday he had meant to borrow a rouble from that impudent fellow, but now he should not borrow it for fear the puppy should brag, that that was the fact of the matter, and that his salary was such that one could not buy enough to eat, and that finally, a poor man, as you see, he sent his sister-in-law in Tver five roubles every month, that if he did not send his sister-in-law in Tver five roubles every month his sister-in-law would die, and if his sister-in-law, who was dependent on him, were dead, he, Semyon Ivanovitch, would long ago have bought himself a new suit.
  74. But though, to landsmen in general, the native inhabitants of the seas have ever been regarded with emotions unspeakably unsocial and repelling; though we know the sea to be an everlasting terra incognita, so that Columbus sailed over numberless unknown worlds to discover his one superficial western one; though, by vast odds, the most terrific of all mortal disasters have immemorially and indiscriminately befallen tens and hundreds of thousands of those who have gone upon the waters; though but a moment's consideration will teach, that however baby man may brag of his science and skill, and however much, in a flattering future, that science and skill may augment; yet for ever and for ever, to the crack of doom, the sea will insult and murder him, and pulverize the stateliest, stiffest frigate he can make; nevertheless, by the continual repetition of these very impressions, man has lost that sense of the full awfulness of the sea which aboriginally belongs to it.
  1. All figures--that is bragging play.
  2. He knew that Allen was not bragging.
  3. But he was bragging to an empty doorway.
  4. She was bragging about her time with.
  5. I knew they could hear the bragging.
  6. He even heard him bragging about it to his.
  7. I rejoice with you when you are bragging about.
  8. They do this mostly for bragging rights, he says.
  9. She was not bragging, but stating a fact as she saw it.
  10. Those types can’t resist bragging about their exploits.
  11. Roger believed in paradise to unfurl in his bragging rights.
  12. Then you think that bragging rights is what it is all about.
  13. A serial killer’s secret way of bragging about her victims.
  14. When they saw Simon bragging about his new watch, Gerald and.
  15. I don’t know what the Erudite are always bragging about.
  16. We padded along, kicking at leaves and bragging back and forth.
  17. Bragging about war-related achievements was adolescent foolish-.
  18. Well, this must be the young man Cindy's been bragging about lately.
  19. He was bragging to his boss about the fact that he owned the two of them.
  20. One of the boys had been bragging all night about his new leather jacket.
  21. Bragging may cost you enough to learn how to act like a gentleman next time.
  22. He was totally bragging on it to Neil Faber at the latest Rotary Club meeting.
  23. Then Lady Marza went bragging about you taking interest with one of her girls.
  24. A bragging edge had come into his voice, but hindsight reminded him of reality.
  25. Constant bragging of parents about their children to others may not always be.
  26. Why? So you can have bragging rights that you were a Star Fleet Officer? You.
  27. I never noticed that he was vain, or given to bragging like so many other convicts.
  28. People were literally bragging about internal bug infestations THAT THEY DIDN’T.
  29. I found him a bit too full of himself, always bragging about his military prowess.
  30. Upon the near conclusion of our conversation and, for lack of better words, our bragging.
  31. Loosey loved bragging that he was going to take his brother's place at the throne to Noela.
  32. Moran nodded again, somber: she knew that Laren was not bragging but was simply stating facts.
  33. Peter held his peace as well, having been properly chastised for his bragging and his arrogance.
  34. Jesus's initial false modesty soon gave way to bragging and outlandish, often confabulatory claims.
  35. Always bragging how he bought a chemical plant for seventeen washing machines and a vacuum cleaner.
  36. What happened to the belt buckle knife you’ve been bragging about for the last twenty years?
  37. The boys looked at me with awe, mouths open, and Arthur was happy to let me do all the bragging for him.
  38. I have everything, thank the Lord! If you are not bragging but are a real sportsman, I'll show you everything.
  39. That’s a ‘yes’ then, Defoe said as he remembered about Hendricks bragging the night before in a bar.
  40. I watched it and saw groups of adults yelling and shouting and bragging about how much they had earned that month.
  41. He was not bragging when he spoke of himself as having been the boldest dare-devil in the village when he was young.
  42. Only an overpowering show of force preserved the orderliness of the court from their boasting, bragging, and threats.
  43. Except he was given to the likes of a man who can never keep a secret or stop bragging about every little something.
  44. The usual chatter of students in the hallways—asking, arguing, joking, complaining, bragging, flirting—was missing.
  45. He’s nearly 60 and unless he’s bragging the woman will kill him! Dave ran his hand through what used to be hair.
  46. Those who had found and hidden all the weapons could not stop bragging about their success and were becoming insufferable.
  47. The boring banter continued and the evening staggered on with Mercouri bragging about how much beer and raki he could drink.
  48. And those girls, how are they taking this? Have they been bragging about their exploits, to piss off these guys so bad?’’.
  49. Didn't mean anything! Yes, that was how love went with them—it didn't mean a thing! A casual fling, the gain of bragging rights.
  50. One of our members has written a letter to the newspapers bragging about the murders, and has signed the letter Jack the Ripper.
  51. You kill one bad guy and then the remaining bad guys start wanting to take you on just for the bragging rights of going up against you.
  52. Without bragging, ladies and gentlemen, I am the sole inventor in the Imperium of the time distorter, the key element of any time machine.
  53. However he nothing at all ceased from his bragging, but still was filled with pride, breathing out fire in his rage against the Jews, and.
  54. Males often wore a sling under it, but even so, there was no false bragging going on and hadn't been since way before Europe was civilized.
  55. How was it possible that the crocodile was absolutely hollow? I don't mind betting that he was bragging from vanity and partly to humiliate me.
  56. He started bragging that he was going to bust a cap in all the animals on earth, and then Mother Earth came along and sent a scorpion to kill him.
  57. I don’t know if it was simple bragging on her part, but she pretended to already know everything she needed about our forces then based in China.
  58. Whitfield reviewed the list carefully, seriously impressed: this woman was even more qualified than he had expected…if she was not simply bragging.
  59. Erik, it would seem, has a hard time keeping his mouth shut when it comes to bragging about his adventures and a few pieces of silver was all it took.
  60. After a while, most of my friends from school started bailing and bragging loudly about our winning the battle as they were on their way out of the rink.
  61. Three mercenaries trained their rifles on the three captives, while the others three went over to their comrades and started bragging how easy the job had been.
  62. By this time, Natasha believed that Johnny was using Marilyn for his own personal pleasure, and also to gain bragging rights about her in the Hollywood community.
  63. Believe me, I’m not bragging, but just so you know, I got straight As at Boalt Law, and I’ve been on the fast track with Duffy and Rogers since I graduated.
  64. Fox, along with the sad fact that Alwyn died alone in a Hammersmith hostel for penurious old men, bragging till the end that he had ‘discovered’ Michael Caine.
  65. Bragging here and there, strutting around with his fancy coat, taunting his older brothers, he created himself a pit that he couldn’t get out of, but God had a plan.
  66. And without distinct good of this kind in its promises, Reform seemed on a footing with the bragging of pedlers, which was a hint for distrust to every knowing person.
  67. This surprises us, where the persons concerned are thieves, bragging about their dexterity, prostitutes vaunting their depravity, or murderers boasting of their cruelty.
  68. In a lot of cases, the fights are the result of some sort of stupid jealousy or the need for a dumbass to test his own manhood and earn bragging rights for fighting a SEAL.
  69. Yes, My Lord! In fact they were very proud of this weapon and of the other ones they had, bragging to me that these were the latest designs of pistols in their own country.
  70. Around year 2, Todd is doing great, and he’s constantly bragging to you because his account is up to $151,409, and yours is only up to $136,890 due to the 17% cap on your account.
  71. He silenced Peter after his initial bragging to male classmates, not wanting the revelations to get back to his sometimes-female friend, Liz Regan of whom he had the greatest respect.
  72. The owner of the house said that the captain had come to see him the morning before, and that in his drunken bragging he had shown him a lot of money, as much as two hundred roubles.
  73. In other words, the buyer was saying that the product was worthless in order to get it at a better price, and once he had achieved his goal he walked away bragging about his abilities.
  74. It was dominated by a long outside bar where men congregated from early morning, drinking, trading improbable stories, bragging about their heavy-duty firearms and what they’d killed.
  75. And to her further humiliation, the next day she overheard him bragging to his friends about bedding the virgin bookworm, and in his hands was a photo of Candace lying naked in his bed.
  76. In a lot of cases, the fights are the result of some sort of stupid jealousy or the need for a dumbass to test his own manhood and earn bragging rights for fighting a SEAL.
  77. Besides that, he wanted to have something to say when his kids-to-be would ask "What did you do in the war, Daddy?" And, down deep, he vaguely remembered bragging to a girl that he was going to war.
  78. Bragging about one’s car, one’s house, one’s bank account, the number of shares bought, one’s grades, one’s clothes, or one’s physical beauty all could imply insecurity and a lack of confidence.
  79. Bragging and laughing throughout the short journey, Mophi tried to convince his comrades that he’d had Tuong easily beaten and told his team of louts how he couldn’t wait to take on his other adversary when he arrived.
  80. It was the first film shot entirely in CinemaScope, but another Fox film, the prestigious religious epic The Robe, also filmed in CinemaScope, was released to theaters first, claiming bragging rights as the first film in the new process.
  81. She told me he started in bragging about his brother being a major drug smuggler, you his assistant and himself as the one who pays off the police and politicians, and that he and the guy we had dinner with want to rob Gordon’s money with forged checks.
  82. While there is nothing wrong with looking good and being proud of one’s accomplishments or sharing the news of these accomplishments with others, people must ask themselves if they are crossing over the line by doing any of the above to show off or so that they can secure bragging rights.
  83. Euric stood next to the Decanus in the Emperor's box and attempted to hide any nervousness he felt with his usual showman's flair, pointing out Juko and bragging, "He has to be the best fighter I have seen in my years of doing this! You will not be disappointed in this fight, Your Majesty!".
  84. They asked for a backgammon set and started rolling the dice, making minor, standard intellectual adjustments to the play of chance with noisy banging down of the backgammon chips, animated exhortations to the dice to face up the desired dots and boisterous bragging of forthcoming annihilations.
  85. Finally, if I can say this without bragging, I am an informal adviser to the former president of the United States and his wife, the current president, and their close friend, which helps in all sorts of ways, and I am also a consultant to the Central Intelligence Agency, which helps in all sorts of other ways.
  86. She also told us to save our bragging for the rest of the people to hear, Coatl tried for the last time to discourage Wedon from accompanying our party, but he would have non of Coatl’s advice, saying that this was an historical occasion, and anyway he wanted to see the results of the hellfire that he had been responsible for mixing.
  87. Thou coward, art thou bragging to the stars,.
  1. She bragged on you a lot.
  2. Brad has bragged that he.
  3. But this fellow bragged about.
  4. I never bragged of one of them.
  5. Jesus never bragged about being a king.
  6. Mine’s bigger! Peter bragged and.
  7. Choked that bitch out, Colt bragged.
  8. Kostya bragged a little with his erudition.
  9. I’ve got you this time, he bragged.
  10. They had all bragged about things, as boys will.
  11. Louie bragged, All this was all Molly’s idea.
  12. He bragged that the canal was the longest skating.
  13. The infamous Buffalo Bill Cody bragged about having.
  14. The manufacturer bragged this rifle could shred steel.
  15. Then he bragged about how good he was and what he can do.
  16. He always bragged his school, his course, his grades, etc.
  17. I wondered why they bragged about the dishwasher if they.
  18. That human will bring the downfall of Saul, he bragged.
  19. This may even create a wall between the child being bragged.
  20. Tony bragged about how he and Bally had received a VIP invitation.
  21. He reminisced about him rather than bragged about his merchandise.
  22. He bragged to her and to me that he was seeing a lot of different women.
  23. One of them heard it directly from Murphy himself, how he bragged that.
  24. Just yesterday, he bragged, I tossed a sickly child into the pit.
  25. I will resist the angels this time, the demon prince, Ptah, bragged.
  26. He was good and had once bragged that, through him, anything was possible.
  27. That laddybuck Butler bragged that he was the best poker player in—.
  28. Dubanski bragged about a new job coming up that was going to pay him a lot of.
  29. Dom had had many conquests over the years, and had bragged about every single one.
  30. Not one of them bragged about their exploits in the air, least of all Major Dows.
  31. Like, there was this pompous and haughty woman who bragged about her precious items.
  32. Am I the best, oh yes! is the boy he bragged and did a little jig around his office.
  33. Father never bragged about himself or showed off, but he was actually very talented.
  34. He often bragged of his stories of hand-to-hand combat in ’Nam, nerves steady and cold.
  35. A leader of the opposition party recently bragged that he had helped kill the Patriot Act.
  36. Later in the same interview, she bragged, We would be able to totally obliterate them.
  37. He sometimes bragged about his hair, feeling that it was one of his best characteristics.
  38. What can I say, how can I tell? Bug, long ago, had never bragged, but only told the truth.
  39. His office was large and bragged of his achievements and qualifications all over the walls.
  40. The kids in the neighborhood often bragged about someday jumping a train and heading west.
  41. Her proud family bragged about their new space and every guest at the party had a closet tour.
  42. When I told him about it, the Mick bragged that you were his friend, but I never figured it was true.
  43. I forgot who else was on it and would have forgot he was on that night if he hadn’t bragged about it.
  44. I was surprised to find out how skilled you are, because you never bragged about it, as many would have.
  45. Hal also bragged to his parents and girlfriend about his trading abilities, a flashing red warning signal.
  46. He bragged all night how that truck could not tip over, for he had tried to do just that a number of times.
  47. There in the back seat was that black designer jacket that Roger always bragged about when he was wearing it.
  48. When he returned next morning to his company he bragged to his chum, and told him how cleverly he had got ten rubles.
  49. Tahlmute had bragged long and often of her sexual prowess, so he was worried that he wouldn’t be able to resist her.
  50. I had heard and joined in when mothers bragged about what their children had done, but none sounded as smart as Crisi.
  51. Another time, while we were dating, he bragged that his friends bring his money back to Costa Rica packed in tuna cans.
  52. Nisaba teasingly bragged about her brother, the family’s great hunter, who was certainly now earning his earlier plaudits.
  53. The agent bragged about the beautiful view from the southern wall, and western wall, which was all glass, from floor to ceiling.
  54. Tom himself had been spending much of his time with a woman in her twenties, or so he bragged, who was buying him a lot of new clothes.
  55. The most obvious example was dilettante Teddy Roosevelt, who bragged endlessly about a few hours on a charge up a lightly defended hill.
  56. And now she bragged about how good she emergency was hot, the misplacing of the scissors, the spilling of the basin of water on had been.
  57. Normally, a Captain would have laughed at such a request, but this unfortunate victim had bragged that he was the commander’s own nephew.
  58. In fact, she rather liked a male who bragged about his powers, provided that same male could back up his words with appropriate cock action.
  59. Beaver once bragged to her that when he went with Lionheart to a convention in Brazil, they had stayed at a ‘5 star all-inclusive’ resort.
  60. For one, he had lied to her, insisting that he hardly knew Gene Frazer, but what was it Gene said? ‘We’re old war buddies,’ he’d bragged.
  61. In the meantime his wife bragged to the neighbours that they would now get Iván sentenced and would have him sent to Siberia, and the feud began.
  62. And Gina was this knockout hot chick that bragged about her virginity to everybody when a lot of girls bragged about what kind of sluts they were.
  63. He was obviously convinced, especially now after drinking, that he was performing a heroic action, and he bragged of it in the most unpleasant way.
  64. Westerley has bragged to some of the people we’ve spoken to that his in-laws are rich and live in this huge mansion with fruit groves or something.
  65. He famously bragged like he was in a Hollywood film, calling for Iraqi insurgents to bring it on and saying he wanted Hussein dead or alive.
  66. Not on her own of course, she had been disappointed about not being able to look down the Well as she had bragged to her friends about going to find it.
  67. Gerald bragged that she was the belle of five counties, and with some truth, for enough, for the appearances of ladyhood won her popularity and that was all she.
  68. Aubertson told the Old Man what a great job he was doing, and bragged to the Limey brigadier about how fortunate he was to have the Old Man commanding one of his regiments.
  69. Hal bragged about having taken the son’s motorcycle apart piece-by-piece, and then going ballistic when the son (undoubtedly with outside help) put it back together.
  70. Fred felt that he made a wretched figure as a fellow who bragged about expectations from a queer old miser like Featherstone, and went to beg for certificates at his bidding.
  71. I suspect he didnt try as hard after catching us the first time, too much effort and he had already bragged to his fellow screws and taken the piss out of everyone for docking there pay that week.
  72. He made Aiden shoot up the school yard with him a year after Holden’s death—one of the many things Justin has bragged about to the police—and who knows what else he said and did to him over the years.
  73. Of course, the two women hadn’t found the money by chance, but accusing Sal and George Dearling was just Mike’s device for deflecting the blame: undoubtedly, he’d bragged to both women about the money.
  74. Rap star Busta Rhymes was reported to have bragged to Vibe magazine how he tortured mice caught on glue traps: We used to stick burning cigarettes in their bodies, watch them wiggle til they just stopped moving.
  75. Holden, who bragged to a friend that he had played the role of bedroom tutor to the wife of the future American president, commented, If she goes back to Washington and works her magic with Kennedy he will owe me one.
  76. For example, in telecommunications company WorldCom’s 1998 annual report, CEO Bernard Ebbers bragged about a 132 percent increase in income and a 137 percent increase in stock price, and he promised to continue both trends.
  77. Obviously this will only be where a pattern emerges or the defendant (usually the man) bragged to his friends about his "victory" and never was serious about marriage and only used the engagement as a way to get her into bed.
  78. His son’s first trophy head had been carried around the village by Zoran’s mate Hilkea and his daughter Nisaba as they bragged about their son and brother, of the great hunter who they were proud to claim as an important part of their family.
  79. By the way, did you hear the good one Sheila got on Ian? He bragged he ought to be called an ace—because of the five-count—and she says, Aren't you mispronouncing it? So he falls for it and says, What are you babbling on about, you silly so-and-so.
  80. No it wasn’t the only one in fact there was a lad that I was quite taken with and he seemed really nice although now I’m questioning if I was right to let him court me? I was quite taken by her answer which is what I had been waiting for and I bragged.
  81. You know, I recently read by chance that Helena Blavatsky mentioned in her manuscripts about some kind of special spiritual practice that she called the Rose of the World, which very distantly reminds me of the Flower of Lotus, Kostya bragged about his discovery.
  82. Old Hank Bunker done it once, and bragged about it; and in less than two years he got drunk and fell off of the shot-tower, and spread himself out so that he was just a kind of a layer, as you may say; and they slid him edgeways between two barn doors for a coffin, and buried him so, so they say, but I didn't see it.
  83. If that had been arranged, it would require the assistance of a member of the hotel staff, most like a chambermaid, but as he watched Lida Bell’s reactions to his questions he realized that she could not possibly have done something so crude without having bragged to her coworkers about the compensation she would undoubtedly have received.
  84. The type he preferred was just the opposite: those skinny little tadpoles that no one bothered to turn around and look at in the street, who seemed to disappear when they took off their clothes, who made you feel sorry for them when their bones cracked at the first impact, and yet who could leave the man who bragged the most about his virility ready for the trashcan.
  85. Because he was not an habitual thief and had never directly stolen anything before, for he is a gentleman born, and if he did bring himself to steal, it would not be regular stealing, but simply taking what was his own, for he'd told the whole town he meant to before, and had even bragged aloud before every one that he'd go and take his property from Fyodor Pavlovitch.
  86. She bragged and stated the obvious,.
  1. He practically brags about it.
  2. I'm not the type of guy that brags.
  3. The trouble with paradise is that everybody brags about.
  4. Some little shit just out of school, brags about the fact that he.
  6. He brags, Marius! I think it quite proper that a young man like you should be in love.
  7. Whatever he brags about, Thompson said, bloody college boy thinks he’s a Policeman.
  8. He's been good hearted and jolly, a little crude, brags about Trenst a lot, but I've no other complaints about him.
  9. Now, Zoran thought, she brags too loudly! Almost as if she needs to forget that it was not her who could have done such a deed.
  10. Poseidon comes to his aid and saves him, but Ajax, acting out of his stupid arrogance, belittles the gods and brags that he had saved himself.
  11. It says, in all of 1/8-inch high letters, in seeming contradiction to those doubled-up brags on the other 2/3 of the can surface, "CONTAINS NO JUICE"!!! In shock, having already gulped down a significant quantity of "no juice" whatever, I re-search the label that got me into this "Who knows, it could be fatal!" fix, and what to my wondering eyes should appear? (Sorry Mr.
  12. Then gazing at his quadrant, and handling, one after the other, its numerous cabalistical contrivances, he pondered again, and muttered: Foolish toy! babies' plaything of haughty Admirals, and Commodores, and Captains; the world brags of thee, of thy cunning and might; but what after all canst thou do, but tell the poor, pitiful point, where thou thyself happenest to be on this wide planet, and the hand that holds thee: no! not one jot more! Thou canst not tell where one drop of water or one grain of sand will be to-morrow noon; and yet with thy impotence thou insultest the sun! Science! Curse thee, thou vain toy; and cursed be all the things that cast man's eyes aloft to that heaven, whose live vividness but scorches him, as these old eyes are even now scorched with thy light, O sun! Level by nature to this earth's horizon are the glances of man's eyes; not shot from the crown of his head, as if God had meant him to gaze on his firmament.

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