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And that is a damnable doctrine.
And that’s the damnable misery of it.
The most damnable hangover I ever had…’.
He hoped the damnable Voice wouldn’t come again.
Anyone who has followed stocks knows they are damnable.
Oh, life is damnable, life is wicked, as Rose Shaw said.
And the last thing we need is more controversy about that damnable convention center project.

Another sudden wave of pain washed over her, the unwanted sensation lingering with damnable intensity.
This damnable place afforded him no real rest; it toyed with his fears, his doubts, and his ignorance.
At least no one seemed aware of how broadly spread the damnable things had become … so far, at any rate.
They have no doubt that it is a damnable business in which they are concerned; they are all peaceably inclined.
You're filled with an overwhelming, head-staving urge to flee from this damnable solidity we call the ground?
He spent most of his spare time refining his weapons or simply retreating to his quarters and that damnable silence.
His performance in the bedroom had been spectacular but this damnable teasing left her wanting more, aching for more.
After he went to the iron Gate, for that must be opened too, but that Lock went damnable hard, yet the Key did open it.
Then, she’d stomped out with her damnable book in hand, the one so tattered from being read so often, and disappeared.
The process is repeated over and over until the newbie realizes there is no pot of gold at the end of the damnable rainbow.
Four bodies dumped in the dirt at an abandoned and decrepit farm somewhere in the nether reaches of this damnable, awful little island.
I would kill that damnable old hag, and take all she is possessed of, without any qualm of conscience, exclaimed the student excitedly.
But being once past, Hopeful looked after him, and espied on his back a paper with this inscription, "Wanton professor and damnable apostate".
I was on the point of opening the door and leaving my grateful but confused medical friend to himself and his shame, when my damnable cough got hold of me again.
He hated the Patriarch with all his heart, but he hated himself even more for failing to do everything in his power to avert this damnable catastrophe unfolding before his eyes.
The Kansas City Call wrote, from a sociological point of view the Monarchs have done more than any other single agent in Kansas City to break the damnable outrage of prejudice that exists in this city.
Yet having said that, I can find no other explanation than active demonic intervention for our complete inability to so much as see whoever’s spreading those damnable broadsheets throughout the Temple Lands.
On the Church’s own terms, her actions were meaningless, even damnable, but the service was in Latin, which meant she didn’t have to listen to the God stuff, and the nuns who mostly filled the pews felt comforting.
Before I could reach my capital and raise an army, Strabonus would be hammering at the gates; because raising an army is going to be hell—all my damnable nobles will have scattered to their own cursed fiefs at the word of my death.
What warning does he make Peter hold out to the false teachers who should privacy bring in damnable heresies, even denying the Lord that bought them? He would make him say that they would "bring upon their sins swift destruction" (2 Peter ii.
This is a swamp, said Ethan and gestured around them, prodding Nicole with one hand to keep moving, while all the while he kept looking around, as if waiting for more of the damnable birds, or perhaps something really dangerous to make an appearance.
He was hurt and disappointed After a private conversation with Archie, Frank gave his reluctant approval and sent that motherhood had not changed Scarlett as he had hoped it would but, if she was determined to go back to her damnable mills, then Archie was a godsend.
There was no hope in hell that he’d talk his way out of this: for one thing, he didn’t even speak that damnable dialect and for another, they were already letting off a blind hail of bullets at the mud-and-hay brick walls of the monastery, trying for the shooter.
He sat down, holding his breath, hounded by the damnable memory of the bird droppings on his first love letter, and he remained motionless in the shadowy darkness until the first attack of shivering had passed, resolved to accept any mishap at that moment except this unjust misfortune.
And modern Jews do not worship the God of the Old Testament, and by Old Testament standards are a damnable heresy [There is no tribe of Levite today, therefore, according to the Law there can be no priesthood today (Hebrews 7:11) yet they have priest who are not of the tribe of Levite -.
He jumped from his chair, and in an instant it all stood out before him as plain as his five fingers! “It's all that hat!” he muttered to himself; “it's all simply and solely that damnable round hat, with the crape band round it; that's the reason and cause of all my worries these last days!”.
There is some power or other, he would muse, sarcastically, somewhere, which is extremely interested in my morals, and sends me these damnable recollections and tears of remorse! Let them come, by all means; but they have not the slightest effect on me! for I haven't a scrap of independence about me, in spite of my wretched forty years, I know that for certain.
I was so uneasy that I sometimes flew into a fury: "She'll come, she is certain to come!" I cried, running about the room, "if not today, she will come tomorrow; she'll find me out! The damnable romanticism of these pure hearts! Oh, the vileness--oh, the silliness--oh, the stupidity of these 'wretched sentimental souls!' Why, how fail to understand? How could one fail to.
Then she spoke to Don Leo XII Loayza, the only one of the three brothers who was still alive, and without telling him the reason, she pleaded with him to give his nephew any job at all in the navigation company, as long as it was in a port lost in the jungle of the Magdalena, where there was no mail and no telegraph and no one who would tell him anything about this damnable city.
I was so uneasy that I sometimes flew into a fury: "She'll come, she is certain to come!" I cried, running about the room, "if not today, she will come tomorrow; she'll find me out! The damnable romanticism of these pure hearts! Oh, the vileness--oh, the silliness--oh, the stupidity of these 'wretched sentimental souls!' Why, how fail to understand? How could one fail to understand?
I was so uneasy that I sometimes flew into a fury: "She'll come, she is certain to come!" I cried, running about the room, "if not to-day, she will come to-morrow; she'll find me out! The damnable romanticism of these pure hearts! Oh, the vileness—oh, the silliness—oh, the stupidity of these 'wretched sentimental souls!' Why, how fail to understand? How could one fail to understand?
With the corner of my eye I could see Steve finally realising the chicken was still hanging by that damnable fork, and he was duly making some very clumsy efforts at separating the two: he looked very miffed about it though, I’ll give him that, and even as he swung the fork and the chicken above his head looking like a world-class hammer thrower, I could see he was quite frustrated but also determined to literally, pull it off.
Do you know I've been sitting here thinking to myself: that if I didn't believe in life, if I lost faith in the woman I love, lost faith in the order of things, were convinced in fact that everything is a disorderly, damnable, and perhaps devil-ridden chaos, if I were struck by every horror of man's disillusionment—still I should want to live and, having once tasted of the cup, I would not turn away from it till I had drained it! At thirty, though, I shall be sure to leave the cup, even if I've not emptied it, and turn away—where I don't know.

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