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  1. Darn those big, blue eyes.
  2. In fact it was darn good.
  3. Darn it! Hey, this harness.
  4. Athena was pretty darn smart.
  5. Pretty darn good, thanks to you.

  6. How that darn gun went off after.
  7. Darn it, she was not wearing her.
  8. I can’t see a darn thing in here.
  9. Kill the darn thing! shouted Tom.
  10. This tastes darn good—might cure me.
  11. All the pilot does is fly the darn thing.
  12. Darn thing busted on me couple weeks ago.
  13. That darn dog has gone too far this time.
  14. Because he's so darn shy and modest and all.
  15. It’s a darn good thing I ate Unseelie flesh.

  16. Well darn, that was one I hadn’t thought of.
  17. Darn it! Damien jumped at the sound of her name.
  18. That’s what we’re all in this for, darn it!.
  19. Now they have their invented good excuse… darn.
  20. Oh darn I wanted Todd to pick us up in two days.
  21. Let’s see if we can selectively kill this… Darn.
  22. And all the old grannies want to tame her, darn them.
  23. Whoever was calling could darn well wait until morning.
  24. Oh why that darn, dastardly hooded monk, Rob said.
  25. He was actually the sheriff of the whole darn county, King.

  26. Blackjack darn near tumbled out of the sky, he was so tired.
  27. It would have perfect if I hadn’t knocked the darn lid off.
  28. Thanks Scientists! But that means they’ll die too… darn it.
  29. Pins---not that all the Gold guys are worth a darn, as some of.
  30. Darn! What about calling Kasumi at her restaurant? No, not yet.
  31. Lauren Ainsworth might have made a pretty darn good NASCAR racer.
  32. Making you look pretty darn good at what you do in the process!.
  33. Nevertheless, I went along with it and won the darn thing! What a.
  34. I hated it when she bought the no name brand, it was too darn salty.
  35. Figured it was the least I could do, be part of the whole darn thing.
  36. Now, not every seat in the room had the glare problem, but I knew darn.
  37. And finally, there is the thought that Darn it! I earned this money.
  38. But her thoughts were, Darn, darn, darn, DARN! There goes my savings plan.
  39. Darn it all, I was crying again and viciously I wiped at the stupid tears.
  40. Yep, these scum haven’t learned a darn thing from the Thalidomide.
  41. He stayed because the money was good and life with Darci was darn near perfect.
  42. I have to take care of some business—you know, some of those darn, nasty rebels.
  43. Okay, he said, I think we can feel pretty darn good about the day’s work.
  44. Darn it! It was soon lunch time and he was sure he had not eaten anything solid yet.
  45. You either don’t have enough, or as we are all now so darn full you’re in misery.
  46. Aunt Martha could not see to darn holes and though Una tried to, she made sad cobbling.
  47. I could almost hear my mom’s voice: Teenagers don’t take a darn thing seriously.
  48. I can’t shut the doors! Why isn’t anything working? Darn that Murphy’s law!.
  49. From what I’ve heard he’s pretty darn weak and still has to have another operation.
  50. There ain’t a han’-turn of work in the whole darn country, not till cotton pickin’.
  51. But, this is a new year and we have to determine to finally capture that darn Jones gang.
  52. He cocked his head to the side, You laugh, but it’s darn hard to let go of you girl!.
  53. A price per gallon with a three as the first number looked pretty darn good to her and others.
  54. But the darn thing escaped! And, the last I heard, it had cut a swath clear over to Elm Street.
  55. Oh, shush, wasn’t nothin’ you did or even you bein’ here that caused this darn foolishness.
  56. The following will strike you as darn near impossible but I had a lot of boyfriends before I met Mr.
  57. Keep in mind that these items have about a 3-14% drop chance which isn’t too darn bad if you ask.
  58. I don’t want my country to be so darn defensive that it strikes other countries without provocation.
  59. Darn it! She cursed to herself when the thought that she was in church suddenly came crashing down on her.
  60. It was probably those darn leash expeditions to familiarize her with our property that got us into trouble.
  61. She had darn near talked herself out of it when at the last minute, Annabelle seemed to have a mind of her own.
  62. Actually, he’s pretty darn good—fixed my Ceriddium tank when it blew, and got us to Newrillis a lot faster.
  63. Darn thing kept rolling and unrolling, and then it would levitate a few inches off the ground before collapsing.
  64. Darn… so the neo-cons invented the story that the poor used the rich people’s own planes against them… darn.
  65. One afternoon she began to darn socks on the terrace while her husband was reading, as he did every day after his siesta.
  66. Michael the Red was a darn lucky and fortunate man to have outrun the devil’s birch ferryboat and lived to tell the tale.
  67. In just seven hours, with lots of water, look how big the darn things are!’ He set the flat on the table between his parents.
  68. If your Heart can open and expand, then it may seem best to find a way to open the darn thing all the way and keep it that way.
  69. Here is the child who stacks those darn ole cans only to have them fall and does not have the common sense not to repeat the act.
  70. It wasn’t easy, but they managed to fit the darn thing into the oversize trailer of the truck that’ll come to your base today.
  71. However he was a civilized man in a civilized setting, darn it, so instead of doing what he wanted to do, Joel did the next best thing.
  72. Darn Lisa, I had been prepared to be angrier with her, but she just had a way of making me fold, I simply couldn’t stay angry at her.
  73. Your other pair were so full of holes that Aunt Martha said she couldn't darn them any more and she cut the legs up for stove dusters.
  74. He was supposed to help financially challenged people by giving them money… but darn, he is also the patron Saint of all pawnbrokers.
  75. Darn it! This was how I had always wanted it, our cousins, siblings and spouses playing together, getting along, being family and supporting one another.
  76. The other is a scrap room in which we have our meals and receive Frau von Lindeberg when she calls, and I write letters and read books and darn stockings.
  77. He is supposed to have thrown gifts into houses anonymously for children… and darn: he was also the patron Saint of the Roman Emperor’s Varangian Guard.
  78. So I don't have any idea what Coca-Cola stock is going to do next week or next month or next year, but I'm pretty darn sure where the company will be in 10 or 20 years.
  79. The church is here under the bridge on Saturday and Sunday, and does a darn good job with little rewards, as the homeless show how little they care when they are there.
  80. After a short rest, he went to the adjoining bathroom, saw a paper cup wrapped in cellophane, wrestled with the cellophane, but couldn’t rip it to get the darn cup out.
  81. Darn! What’s up with her? Was it just a one-offer? Does she really have a boyfriend down at the college? A lover in Ocean View? I thought there was something between us.
  82. They might forget about winning… they might tend up treating each other so lovingly and tickle each other so much that… oops… there goes professional football: darn.
  83. They treated the hospital ward as if it was a darn playground, but that didnt really bother me anymore once they began showing me the new slide phone they had bought that day.
  84. Is it true what they say? Did you find out anything? I mean, it’s all darn foolishness, isn’t it? There’s no such thing as ghosts, is there? That place can’t be haunted.
  85. He said that if he were to open up a McDonald’s franchise he would darn well expect all his family and friends to eat at his McDonald’s rather than any other fast food joint in.
  86. Born, raised and lives here! All that winter, Tom, all that cold, Doug Where else would he come from to make us shiver the hottest nights of the year? Don't it smell like him? You know darn well it does.
  87. So they can’t do it with atomic bombs, so they use artillery with depleted uranium heads to poison the land, and the soldiers, their own soldiers, etc… just to be more viciously deadly as better killers… darn.
  88. They run to cover at too intimate a topic, especially in the hands of adults who are inclined to strike a wrong note; to be preachy and teachy and inquisitive and, in terms of the young adolescents themselves, "too darn sexy!".
  89. Then I’d have to change the whole darn story, Tygo! Why don’t you sip on some more of that homemade lemonade and crackle another handful of sunflower seeds, and don’t worry about the Standard family that I told you about.
  90. Don't look at me! she defended, It was that darn cloaking device that got all this started in the first place! I just couldn't imagine how it could have still had any charge in its power cells if it hadn't been recently acquired and relatively locally.
  91. Woman want the SAME THING as men, a trust-worthy, drivable car that doesn't need a thousand dollars to fix – I want my mechanic to be able to open the hood and be able to fix the darn thing…without having to go to Stanford to know where the fuse box is!!!.
  92. How could she destined to be with a man who she could not even go a day without arguing with? They could hardly agree on anything and he was so darn arrogance!! He was charming, handsome and a great lover, so why couldn’t he be how she wanted him to be? She sighed.
  93. Darn, it! Why the hell was she thinking of words to describe her feelings at such a moment? Why couldn't she open her eyes? And why couldn't she feel her damn legs? Surely, if Heaven meant that she could be kissed forever by Damien Reynolds, then open those Pearly Gates immediately!.
  94. The trail marker said that one of the trails was only three miles long and looped back to the parking lot and I was pretty darn sure that I could walk three miles in an hour easily, so I decided that it would be great to be able to get right into the wilderness and see the unspoiled colors glowing all around me.
  95. Princess Bezzemelny saw me--who gave me the blessing when your father and I were married, Polenka--she asked at once 'Isn't that the pretty girl who danced the shawl dance at the breaking-up?' (You must mend that tear, you must take your needle and darn it as I showed you, or to-morrow--cough, cough, cough--he will make the hole bigger, she articulated with effort.
  96. She thanks Santa and hops off his lap and walks away, a little sad that Santa isn’t real—he should be, darn it! A father places his very young and frightened son on Santa’s lap, the boy having not the foggiest idea of what he’s doing there, thinking maybe perhaps his father intends to give him to this red and white devil as some sort of gift-offering or sacrifice.
  97. It should not be stinted in size, but large, well-arranged, and well-equipped in all its departments from the primary upwards, where they can be taught everything a girl ought to learn, not only in books and in a Christian life, but taught to sew, knit, darn stockings, to make good bread, and keep house with order and neatness, and do everything needed to be done in a Christian home.
  98. But darn, that was too unpleasant a truth for English children when his legend was finally imported into England: so he merely put black lumps of coal into the socks of children who had been bad… while the ‘good’ elf… ( No longer a Saint, or a Bishop… but an Elf… huh????) Had changed into Father Christmas in England: and was responsible for putting gifts of an apple, an orange, and nuts into the socks of children who had been good all year… But darn… having a black elf called Black Peter who was once known as the devil himself, was too unpleasant to be twinned with Santa… er, St Nicolas, er, Bishop Nicholas; formerly the Bishop of Patara… so Black Peter, the Bishop of Patara, the Devil was dropped completely, and Santa Claus, or SINterclaus as he was originally named… was kept.
  1. This is similar to darning your clothes.
  2. She lowered her glasses and continued darning socks.
  3. Betty Flanders's darning needles are safe too and her garnet brooch.
  4. Darning, button-hole making and hem-stitching were taught in one class.
  5. The German gentlemen embroider, I know, but darning hose is another thing and not so pretty.
  6. Tridden's voice rose and fell, and a darning needle sewed along the air, stitching, restitching designs both golden and invisible.
  7. When she finished darning the socks, she tossed everything into the sewing basket in no particular order, gave instructions in the kitchen for supper, and went to the bedroom.
  8. She is present at the reading, darning socks and ancient sheets with her carefully kept fingers, and she treats me absolutely as though I were attached to her household as governess.
  9. You may tell Miss Smith that I forgot to make a memorandum of the darning needles, but she shall have some papers sent in next week; and she is not, on any account, to give out more than one at a time to each pupil: if they have more, they are apt to be careless and lose them.
  10. The latter in itself was enough to attract attention to him, for the uniforms of the rode a wild black stallion, and wore clothes which were always the height of style and soldiers were dingy and worn now and the civilians, even when turned out in their best, showed skillful patching and darning.
  11. They had to be sold again at a grievous loss, and the family fled from Berlin and the faces of their acquaintances, faces crooked with the effort to sympathize when what they really wanted to do, says Vicki, was to smile, and came t this cheap place where they can sit in obscurity darning up the holes in their damaged fortunes.
  1. Not seeable, but too darned audible.
  2. Well I'll be darned, said the lady.
  3. Darned fool men with their maggoty ideas.
  4. That darned Kate! the mayor complained.
  5. But we're a darned sight better than we were.
  6. I hate a young girl who’s too darned knowing.
  7. I darned near got bitten by a rat, more than once.
  8. I couldn’t help but admit how darned cute she was.
  9. I’ll be darned, Bill said with a little laugh.
  10. And my apartment was a darned cute place, I have to say.
  11. So he darned well ought scrupulously clean and fastidious.
  12. She is wearing cheap clothes with holes that have been darned.
  13. With your first rehab you are darned lucky to turn a profit at all.
  14. I tell him not to, but those darned kids, they come through here anyway.
  15. They don’t need no darned bank because their businesses generate cash.
  16. We were too darned dumb to notice! So long, Douglas Spaulding, to you!.
  17. It’s darned clever, if you ask me said the Chief, prodding his chop.
  18. I had no idea how much the darned thing cost until the shopkeeper told me.
  19. She raises her arm and flashes that darned cuff at me that I really wish I had.
  20. Sometimes that's all he wears, and I've told him I think it's darned rude!.
  21. The first thing to do is confirm that McGillicuddy read the darned news accurately.
  22. She was ashamed of the very patches and darned places of which she had been so proud at home.
  23. Still, the sight of a couple of bombs under my wings must have appeared pretty darned convincing.
  24. These odd trees made darned fine clubs, in his estimation, and he had uprooted the next one he had found.
  25. Then, with a strange light in his eyes, he said, "Won't the captain be darned wild when he hears about it?"—P.
  26. You understand how it is? I was going to serve the best darned hot dogs there, with chili and onions and orange juice.
  27. The only ones who never made it here to heaven are those who froze their brain and put it in that gol darned atom slicer.
  28. Laughing as he replaced the cover, he wondered how the man could eat so many of the darned pies and not get sick of them.
  29. They were focusing more on those issues at the paper lately, precisely because Brubaker just seemed so darned incompetent.
  30. That’s darned interesting to an investor, wouldn’t you say? I checked out the company’s numbers and recommended Hilfiger to friends in spring 1993.
  31. A caticornered rent in the skirt had been darned with scarlet tracing cotton and the hem had been let down, showing a bright strip of unfaded pink around the skirt.
  32. Little wonder, that both women were surprised when their friend’s bouquet landed directly on top of their barely outstretched hands, and looked at it in some consternation because neither one had wanted the darned thing.
  33. So, why are most humans so darned preoccupied with bodies? Even though their religions hold that the body is nothing but a receptacle for the soul, which lives on forever (for some, in a better place) after its host’s demise, many of the most religious among us seem to put more emphasis on doing things with the remains, rather than accepting the loss of direct communication with the spirit.
  1. He was wearing Zach's old red one with the hundred darns.
  2. So I have got his things in order, and knit heels into two pairs of the socks, for they were boggled out of shape with his queer darns.
  3. Then she unfolded her napkin as if to examine the darns, and she really thought of applying herself to this work, counting the threads in the linen.
  4. Just as with the maid she had felt not exactly ashamed, but embarrassed at her darns, so she felt with him not exactly ashamed, but embarrassed at herself.
  5. Only think, in order to buy a spelling-book so that I could go to school he was obliged to sell the only coat he had to wear—a coat that, between patches and darns, was not fit to be seen.

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