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1. I have dabbled in the U.
2. They both dabbled in game theory.
3. She also dabbled in the stock market.
4. He had also dabbled in the magical arts.
5. He was an insurance broker who dabbled in the.
6. He dabbled in poetry and knew the suffocation of the.
7. On Mars, over the years they had dabbled in currency and an.
8. I have dabbled with this for many years and I some time ago I.
9. I had dabbled with God here and there but at that point, I was a.
10. Shoop recal ed a case where some French Canadians had dabbled in a.
11. I witness the corpse with its dabbled hair, I note where the pistol.
12. Roman dabbled with his food, taking slow, deliberate bites not because it.
13. His hindpaws then scattered the sand: then his forepaws dabbled and delved.
14. I know the Federation has dabbled in trans-warp, but I’ve not heard of any.
15. Most of the characters he played had a dark side, especially those that dabbled in magic.
16. He has dabbled in more experimental sorcery at his Martial Academy than we in Coermantyr.
17. Silas discovered Pedro dabbled in criminal activity, something he told Theron immediately.
18. But of all the avocations and pass-times in which he has dabbled, Eric is most captured by one.
19. Some of their members have even dabbled in politics from time-to-time and have won local elections to office.
20. Anton Clegg had dabbled in her favours, but derived more pleasure from the control he had over his peers who coveted her acts of kindness.
21. In Appendix A, we dabbled with JavaScript code that could perform some basic actions with a Bitcoin wallet by automating a preexisting wallet.
22. Olmec came through the litter, looking like a ghoul with his naked massive shoulders splashed with blood, and his black beard dabbled in crimson.
23. For someone who opposed the hunts, and opposed mating with outside women, it is quite ironic to find that you dabbled once and left a progeny behind.
24. There was no sign of the murdered man's body; only yonder the tall lush grass was trampled and broken down and the sward was dabbled darkly and wetly.
25. In the first few days after Mercer took over the management of her food supply, she’d dabbled with lesser degrees of aloofness—even once rubbing against his leg when he came in.
26. In the rich darkness above him he sensed but could not see his wife's frail, skelatinous weight seated on his chest while she dabbled and clenched tremblingly again and again at his neck.
27. His people had been long settled in Paris, where he had studied law, had dabbled in literature, had hoped now and then in moments of exaltation to become a poet like that other foreigner of Spanish blood, Jose Maria Heredia.
28. In a burst of red abysmal ferocity it was over, except for one wretch who fled screaming back the way the priests had come, pursued by a swarm of blood- dabbled shapes of horror which reached out their red-smeared hands for him.
29. Later on, when her hair, arranged in a romantically drooping fashion, began to grow gray, when the Magaera began to be developed from the Pamela, the female Thenardier was nothing but a coarse, vicious woman, who had dabbled in stupid romances.
30. Born in a Vaishnav Vania orthodox Hindu family (he still visits the Shrinathji temple in Rajasthan’s Nathdwara at least twice a year), Shah had handled a successful family business in PVC pipes and had even dabbled in stockbroking like any financially sharp Gujarati.
31. At peace for the first time in days, she sat watching the land slowly passing by; ducks dabbled in and out of the reed beds bordering the river and here and there she spotted the long legged herons, poised like statues peering at the water intently as though hypnotising their prey.
32. Although some companies had dabbled in the issuance of digital currencies to their customers prior to Bitcoin (sometimes even currencies that exist only in a computer game), these actions didn’t attract the attention of governments or large financial institutions, except for some law enforcement actions.
33. Under the trees several pheasants lay about, their rich plumage dabbled with blood; some were dead, some feebly twitching a wing, some staring up at the sky, some pulsating quickly, some contorted, some stretched out—all of them writhing in agony, except the fortunate ones whose tortures had ended during the night by the inability of nature to bear more.
1. Facing the threat of hearing further dabbling.
2. Had he known dabbling in such activates were currently.
3. Crowley dabbling nearly endlessly, how subtly he could be.
4. Presque’s attention circled back to the villagers' dabbling.
5. How did he get there? Is this yet another man dabbling with forbidden.
6. Facing the threat of hearing further dabbling about magick, Joshua enjoyed his.
7. Of course when our dabbling in conversation was finished, we both grew terribly.
8. As I got famous, I started dabbling in a few drugs, then I would drink myself to sleep, he said.
9. But he’d sworn to keep his own dabbling secret, as if to deny that heroin had changed anything at all.
10. Elizabeth Baret had warned Alice about dabbling with potions and muttering prayers in obscure languages.
11. On Friday’s a true local sat up in the corner playing music into the evening dabbling on the momentum.
12. These were lessons he was learning loud and clear while dabbling in trading and reading stock-trader stories.
13. Neither option, consulting or retiring, or a third, being semi-retired and dabbling in real estate, held much appeal.
14. Dabbling in dangerous black arts, she experimented on many of the sidhe-seers in her care, most notably Danielle O’Malley.
15. Although the early September weather was sultry, her arm, from her dabbling in the curds, was as cold and damp to his mouth as a.
16. She was known for dabbling very occasionally in the impure waters of true-crime journalism, but when she did, she got freakin’ righteous.
17. He was already dabbling in the whiskey trade, and he claimed he could combine that with trade in sugar from the islands and slaves from Africa.
18. She stands accused of dabbling in your minds with the secrets of the black arts, secrets that should have been driven from your country many generations ago.
19. They were dabbling in the sand with their spades and buckets, building castles as children do, or playing with their big coloured ball, happy as the day was long.
20. From what London has sent us, this Hartley-Jones bloke is a bit of a small time crook – nothing you can pin on him, but he’s been dabbling in several dicey operations.
21. This did not occur during April 1996, and by then I had been out of C-Cube for a few months and dabbling here and there with new stock ideas that were not altogether working too well.
22. He rooted in the sand, dabbling, delving and stopped to listen to the air, scraped up the sand again with a fury of his claws, soon ceasing, a pard, a panther, got in spousebreach, vulturing the dead.
23. At this stage the armed rob case was drawing near and I was in one of the worst weed droughts I had ever been in, so bad most weed dealers were switching to dabbling in selling other products to stay afloat.
24. Rothschild; but as my motive in travelling to your capital would not have been for the pleasure of dabbling in stocks, I stayed away till some favorable chance should present itself of carrying my wish into execution.
25. Appreciation of those things which have manifested only serves the higher self as it is seen that you are not dabbling for the surface’s sake; not addressing a cause or issue simply for vanity or other impermanent reasons.
26. Appreciation of those things which have manifested only serves the higher self as it is seen that you are not dabbling for the surface’s sake, not addressing a cause or issue simply for vanity or other impermanent reasons.
27. Amy had been dabbling her hand in the water during the little pause that fell between them, and when she looked up, Laurie was leaning on his oars with an expression in his eyes that made her say hastily, merely for the sake of saying something.
28. At his age when dabbling in politics roughly some score of years previously when he hadbeen a quasi aspirant to parliamentary honours in the Buckshot Foster days he too recollected in retrospect (which was a source of keen satisfaction in itself) he had a sneaking regard for those same ultra ideas.
29. Of late I had often recalled this saying and this incident; for during the past week scarcely a night had gone over my couch that had not brought with it a dream of an infant, which I sometimes hushed in my arms, sometimes dandled on my knee, sometimes watched playing with daisies on a lawn, or again, dabbling its hands in running water.
1. My father dabbles in the sciences—biology and psychology mostly.

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1. Dabble with higher-price and bigger-spread stocks.
2. They should dabble in different products and markets.
3. I dabble a bit in sculpture in an adjoining workshop.
4. We expect them not to dabble in fields that aren’t held.
5. I would just dabble in a little ‘spree’ killing, then get away.
6. I mean I use to dabble a little, but there was a lot of stress, Brock said.
7. I’ve been known to dabble in the prose before; it’s fun, but I’ve never written this much stuff.
8. We stand watching a small group of ducks as they dabble in the water amongst the water lilies dotting the surface.
9. No, I have some real estate, do some advising, some scavenging, dabble in some cargo here and there, that kind of thing.
10. But Ralph is a soldier, a regional Lord, or he was once, not so long ago; he is no mystic to dabble with meanings and magic.
11. The Islands that they live on have buildings and some of the citizens dabble in the arts and in a limited amount of science.
12. Women are scared to dabble in strength training, thinking that doing so will cause them to bulk up and lose their femininity.
13. Her life, filled with the tragedy of her daughters dabble with drugs and her husbands drinking, now took on a positive track and she revelled in the role of organiser.
14. During moments of quiet solitude, he’d often dare to think that she could have possibly been a traveler from the future… something that, once upon time he used to dabble in imagining.
15. You may or may not choose to dabble in any or all avenues open to you and never choose a single 'role,' as we have chosen---all anyone knows for certain is what the First Water did at the dawn of the First Orchard: they opened the realms of the One up to the seeding of Reason everywhere.
16. All experiences of being ‘born again’ by New Age seekers who stupidly dabble in the supernatural are them being TAKEN OVER by undead spirits who then go on to control their entire lives and take over their persona and twist their lives as much as possible into committing the most evil and spreading as many evil twisted lies as possible.
17. The way to make good sculpture is to let the youth thumb and punch and dabble in wet clay, and see what he can make of it; and the way to make a painter is to give the boy now a burnt stick, and at another time a pin and a back of a looking-glass, and see what he can delineate with such materials as these and with all other materials with which a line can be drawn.
18. How man tends to imagine himself as the tracking object on others’ radars to justify his extravagance as but the dictates of his life’s circumstances! But then man fails to realize that but for a sleaze or a scandal, the world at large never bothers about him, whatever be his station, and so fails to fashion a purse-supportive lifestyle and allows himself to dabble with the delusions of grandeur.
19. Why, luckily for men, the hard nuts to crack for the final favor are few and far between! But then, the harder the struggle to win women over, the sweeter would be the pleasure in having them, wouldn’t it be? Oh, what else draws a man to a woman than his desire to access her persona specifics? Won’t woman bare her veiled assets for her fancied man to dabble with her private accounts? But after a few jaunts of his to her favored joint, what would be left in her for her lover to explore, and for her to show him more? And thereafter, how could she cater to his innate need for variety and what else she could conjure up to sustain his enticement? Oh, the poor thing, seeing his interest in her wane in time, won’t she turn more so eager to keep him in good humor? Of course, the more she gives her man; even more she satiates him, doesn’t she? And it’s only time before she finds her paramour bypass her favors for lesser flavors.

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