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Suddenly they flit.
Alas! my friends, the years flit by.
Noël Borgax has really done a moonlight flit.
We work hard; you flit around without a care.
I kept waiting to turn into a flit or something.
You can tell her to flit, when you go up; here is the key.
Shadows seemed to flit in the corners of Kathleen’s vision.

These are mere chimeras, idle fancies that flit across my brain!.
Old Luce knew who every flit and Lesbian in the United States was.
I saw the memory of our elevator conversation flit across her face.
At times he saw shadows flit across them, and his heart began to beat.
For example, they can flit around space, but look how they mine for gold.
The forms of the beloved dead flit before me, and I hasten to their arms.
She thought she saw a shadow flit behind his eyes and regretted teasing him.
Reflections in front of the War Memorial I felt like I was in flit city.
For a long time, there was only pitch darkness, but then there came a flit of dim light.
I mean I started thinking that even if he was a flit he certainly'd been very nice to me.
They were in a hiatus from engagement and no one looked up to see our seven birds flit past.
Actually I know a few boys who flipped into a flit because they thought it was.
All you had to do was mention somebody--anybody--and old Luce'd tell you if he was a flit or not.
Never again through that ill-omened tunnel shall any strange shape flit out into the world of men.
And flit instantly to another living person’s aura simply by harmonizing with that other person’s aura.
Such thoughts would flit through Velchaninoff's head as he mused sorrowfully over the memory of the dead child.
In silence, the others watched as Jarek seemed to flit from branch to branch followed by a more careful Melvin.
They easily poison their sense of Pure Wonder by making their attention span flit from one thing to the other.
Her chin quivers and her lips flit up and down as if they aren’t sure what emotions they’re supposed to show.
You’d have thought she would have said something if she was planning a quick flit somewhere, even with her mother.
It did flit through my mind that he might have walked us round in a complete four-sided circle for all the attention I was paying.
The spirits of the departed seemed to flit around and to cast a shadow, which was felt but not seen, around the head of the mourner.
This is important because often these stresses flit in and out of our minds without getting the attention and focus that they deserve.
She was using her hummingbird speed to flit in circles around the guards, who looked so dizzy and confused that it was almost kind of pathetic.
He only stared, watching the lantern-lit hackney coaches flit here and there through the streets; watching the candles-in-windows, symbols of Warock.
Well, we get to the town, and are just looking about us a little to see if there's a good stroke of tramp-business to do, after which we mean to flit.
You'd keep saying to him, "You mean Joe Blow's a flit? Joe Blow? That big, tough guy that plays gangsters and cowboys all the time?" Old Luce'd say, "Certainly.
Unfortunately, negative thoughts tend to flit into our consciousness, do their damage and flit back out again, with their significance having barely been noticed.
How long it would be before Ozzie and Chrissie noticed he had done a flit? What would they do? If they had any sense, they would get out and make for civilisation.
Nothing could be more melancholy than to see her sport about the room, and, so to speak, flit with the movements of a bird which is frightened by the daylight, or which has broken its wing.
In a coffin-sized phone booth speaking to people lost somewhere across night hills, two white-faced boys were crammed, holding to each other at every flit of bat, each sliding of cloud across the stars.
The drowsy answers—grumpy, conciliating, savage, jocular, or deprecating—came out into the silent darkness in which the horseman sat still, and presently a dark figure would flit out coughing in the still air.
In these lengthened vigils, his brain often reeled, and visions seemed to flit before him; perhaps seen doubtfully, and by a faint light of their own, in the remote dimness of the chamber, or more vividly, and close beside him, within the looking-glass.
It fluctuates like light flitting over a pond.
Flitting his eyes, Rad went on with his survey.
That is when I noticed a lone firefly flitting.
She was flitting about and ignoring her most of the.
Flitting around us were beautiful birds and butterflies.
A flitting shadow across one of the chapel's ornate windows.
She hesitates, all sorts of emotions flitting across her face.
I've never seen them out in the open like this, only flitting.
I’ve never seen them out in the open like this, only flitting.
She’s flitting about like she hasn’t got a care in the world.
The tendency of eyes of restlessly flitting here and there must.
Birds could be heard flitting about amidst the tree branches near.
Or flitting among the trees of the apple-orchard, building the nest.
The horde of flitting shadows sped towards his brothers and Dalynara.
Try keeping your awareness from flitting around in your head like a fly.
Lo and behold, there was that lone firefly flitting near the large live.
Approaching poetry, he likened her to a little flitting busy bird in spring.
Exactly like the attention span of birds, flitting from one thing to the next.
She’d been flitting around this office with those incredible legs for too long.
It was difficult to settle down to anything seriously, with all this flitting going on.
In the corner of his eye, he caught a glimpse of a shadow flitting across the rooftops.
Harvey’s reaction was a beat late; he panted, flitting around in air to stay airborne.
A moment of indescribable silence ensued, in which death might have been heard flitting by.
He bumped into Susannah, who was flitting around filling people’s glasses from a jeroboam.
The third vampire seemed to be with them but was flitting around talking to many young humans.
The first birds of spring were flitting in the branches, chirruping and singing at the windows.
I shivered as his practiced fingertips skimmed my back, flitting like butterflies along my spine.
He spoke quietly, his eyes flitting here and there as if the restaurant might be filled with spies.
She tried to keep her thoughts and face a calm mask, but her mind couldn’t help flitting around.
This flitting cheerfulness was always at the farther extremity of some long vista through the forest.
His eyes were still flitting around the room and she realized he expected the Captain to be with her.
The kids were flitting around in the kitchen too, probably waiting to see how long Nana could sit still.
Flitting around in a P I is not the same as lumbering through space in kind of monster you’re flying now.
Were they ideas, memories, or dreams that had been flitting through his mind? They were frequently all three.
I took a breath, debated flitting over to some other harmless subject, the weather or something, then didn’t.
I walked directly to the table and stared at it, my eyes flitting from the passport to the lamp and back again.
The images of the previous day began of themselves, apart from my will, flitting through my memory in confusion.
Parliament was in the process of passing new legislation to stop labourers flitting about the country demanding.
But three or four figures seemed flitting before his eyes: Oh, yes, they are the visitors, flashed through Mr.
In retrospect, I must have seemed mad, flitting around everywhere, unable to keep any thought for more than a moment.
His eyes flitted to the.
The bird life had flitted.
She flitted in and out of.
He flitted onto the grey voice box.
As they flitted from small twig to twig.
Sparrow’s face flitted to look at Orphenn.
A wild thought flitted into Stephen’s mind.
A faint smile flitted across the smooth face.
Thoughts of Raf and me flitted through her brain.
Bino’s bloodshot eyes flitted about the station.
His brown eyes flitted about as restlessly as bees.
She flitted around, with Johnny and sans, met all.
Little memories from childhood flitted back to him.
She flitted around like a butterfly firing missiles.
His gaze flitted between our kite and the green one.
Birds sang and butterflies flitted among the flowers.
It flitted in the air around them and then flew away.
Birds chattered as they flitted from branch to branch.
A look of utter joy flitted over Cynthia’s lovely face.
Moonbeams lit his path, as he flitted from room to room.
He flitted around the room, throwing himself into artistic.
A shape flitted through the smoke and landed on my shoulder.
Her eyes flitted anxiously; she barely glanced at the flowers.
Trevor’s brow creased, and his keen eyes flitted restlessly.
He ran his eyes down her body, and a smile flitted on his lips.
They flitted from cover to cover until they came to a clearing.
Her eyes narrowed and her gaze flitted around the drawing room.
I don’t believe that I’ve ever flitted anywhere in my life.
For a moment the thought flitted through Merry's mind: 'Where is.
His thoughts flitted back to the motel room, to Rochelle, to her.
We went up river one day, monkeys flitted among the trees above us.
That annoyance flitted away, however, when Jonn finally approached.
Cecily flitted about, opening and closing the drawers and cupboards.
Already thoughts of what he was to do next flitted through his mind.
Its ears flitted back and forth in response to its master’s voice.
Small aircraft flitted back and forth between the city and the ship.
Her eyes flitted his way just long enough to throw a few poison darts.
Shadows flitted across the blue of his irises, deepening them to cobalt.
They flitted from rock field to rock field and investigated several small.
Our gazes met, briefly, then his flitted away to a point over my shoulder.
And flits and Lesbians.
Fear flits across his face.
It flits about on broken wings.
Annoyance flits across his face.
The other end of the bar was full of flits.
With short shrill shriek flits by on leathern wings.
A grim expression flits across his face for an instant.
I spotted a couple of flits walking by, hand in.
My soul flits away into the virgin forests and to the savannas.
Some of the ones he said were flits were even married, for God's sake.
He said half the married guys in the world were flits and didn't even know it.
TINKERBELLE!! Because of the way she flits around the cabin! David laughed.
A bewildered look flits across his face and he pauses, as if he noticed something, too.
Then she catches sight of a kid with a kite and flits away to go ask him a million questions.
What was that? Something flits past me, a high pitched noise – a bat! Now bats, there’re a different story, somehow magical.
They weren't too flitty-looking--I mean they didn't have their hair too long or anything--but you could tell they were flits anyway.
I've known quite a few real flits, at schools and all, and they're always doing stuff like that, and that's why I always had my doubts about old Luce.
Yes, because when you’re moving from this project to this project, your mind flits back to the original project, and it can’t pick it up where it left off.
Enjoy simple technicals? IYF spends the whole time under its 50-day MA, while SKF flits around it several times, and basically spends half the quarter above and half below.
Incog Haroun al Raschid he flits behind the silent lechers and hastens on by the railings with fleet step of a pard strewing the drag behind him, torn envelopes drenched in aniseed.
The tongue which pools from its mouth to taste the air is forked in three and flits before her eyes as if it is a diamond prize plucked forth from the greatest mine in the most exotic of countries.
Not all that far from her, Jutta Pfennig sleeps in the ultramarine shadows of the girls’ dormitory and dreams of light thickening and settling across a field like snow; and not all that far from Jutta, the führer raises a glass of warm (but never boiled) milk to his lips, a slice of Oldenburg black bread on his plate and a whole apple beside it, his daily breakfast; while in a ravine outside Kiev, two inmates rub their hands in sand because they have become slippery, and then they take up the stretcher again while a sonderkommando stirs the fire below them with a steel pole; a wagtail flits from flagstone to flagstone in a courtyard in Berlin, searching for snails to eat; and at the Napola school at Schulpforta, one hundred and nineteen twelve- and thirteen-year-olds wait in a queue behind a truck to be handed thirty-pound antitank land mines, boys who, in almost exactly one year, marooned amid the Russian advance, the entire school cut off like an island, will be given a box of the Reich’s last bitter chocolate and Wehrmacht helmets salvaged from dead soldiers, and then this final harvest of the nation’s youth will rush out with the chocolate melting in their guts and overlarge helmets bobbing on their shorn heads and sixty Panzerfaust rocket launchers in their hands in a last spasm of futility to defend a bridge that no longer requires defending, while T-34 tanks from the White Russian army come clicking and rumbling toward them to destroy them all, every last child; dawn in Saint-Malo, and there is a twitch on the other side of the wardrobe—Werner hears Marie-Laure inhale, Marie-Laure hears Werner scrape three fingernails across the wood, a sound not unlike the sound of a record coursing beneath the surface of a needle, their faces an arm’s reach apart.

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