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  1. I must hasten home now.
  2. We do not hasten this step.
  3. Early hasten to the tomb.
  4. What to do to hasten recovery.
  5. Hasten then, or you are lost!.

  6. Will you two help to hasten them?
  7. So hasten towards all that is good.
  8. I hasten to tell you all about the.
  9. And now I hasten towards a conclusion.
  10. These efforts will hasten the listing.
  11. They urge you to hasten the punishment.
  12. And they ask you to hasten the punishment.
  13. He was coming here to hasten her marriage.
  14. And they urge you to hasten the punishment.
  15. Are they seeking to hasten Our punishment?

  16. They do not hasten, each man hits in his place.
  17. My Students, hasten to the Council Chambers.
  18. It has the feet to hasten to the poor and needy.
  19. The best I could hope for was to hasten it along.
  20. But, to hasten to the more busy scenes of my life.
  21. Yes, yes; let us hasten up; it was in Valentine's room.
  23. PushtheSystem Hasten the collapse of the financial beast.
  24. My Lord, Zarko-Bel! You need to hasten to the infirmary.
  25. I knew if we woke the others it would only hasten the end.

  26. Cover pan to hasten this process, but uncover and stir now.
  27. Then toward that man or that woman swiftly hasten all--none.
  28. Not because I don’t approve of counsellors, I hasten to add.
  29. But, I will hasten to finish the contrast I was about to make.
  30. She is dying and I must hasten and see her before she passes away.
  31. O hasten flag of man--O with sure and steady step, passing highest.
  32. Then, suddenly remembering her little duties, she would hasten back.
  33. And as to marriage, Caleb, we old people need not help to hasten it.
  34. I hasten up; I kill one Frenchman, then another, and I save my brother.
  35. Even with the Wand of Deleth, that would hasten its demise considerably.
  36. I hasten to add that all the checks I have received have been under $30.
  37. I hasten to communicate this glad news to you and warmly press your hand.
  38. One after another they hasten to display their insignificance before him.
  39. The forms of the beloved dead flit before me, and I hasten to their arms.
  40. And I learnt not to hasten the end of my life, as I am appointed eternally.
  41. God will hasten to fill the void, and the result will be peace and fulfill-.
  42. Will hasten the sales said the smart long hair liberals known as publishers.
  43. Bengal, but I will hasten to pay my respects to her, and to thank her in my own.
  44. I do not possess what you seek me to hasten; the decision belongs solely to God.
  45. To hasten the process further, add a few more dollars in each bi-monthly payment.
  46. As a rule, we attempt to hasten the solidification time of casting and delay the.
  47. In Arabic to brisk means to hasten and to move out from one place to another.
  48. There are some who believe that doing good will hasten their progress toward.
  49. And the virgins who stood around the gate told the men to hasten to build the tower.
  50. They must hasten their journey; they must leave the forest as quickly as they could.
  51. We will have to hasten over attention towards them or they would oust us from power.
  52. I have just returned from my benefactor, and hasten to write down what I have experienced.
  53. It hastened their ends, and would hasten his, but would deepen the agony he took from it.
  54. At an end, and, I hasten to add, not by her fault, but by mine—by my innumerable faults.
  55. Only his vote can hasten the abolition of slavery who asserts his own freedom by his vote.
  56. He left me at the edge of the jungle two days ago to hasten to the aid of my father and Mr.
  57. The study’s authors also noted that trauma and the use of anesthesia can hasten dementia.
  58. He smiled with satisfied hate, raised up his shackles to hasten his pace and pass before me.
  59. Say it, my father, say the word that will hasten my happiness, and end this unpopular strife.
  60. Let me hasten to point out that my grandfather’s assumption about special help needs to be.
  61. The viceroy bade Don Antonio hasten after him, and by some means or other find out who he was.
  62. A little rest for the jaded animal being desirable, he did not hasten his search for landmarks.
  63. But let me also hasten to note that the authors of the Hebrew Scriptures had several linguistic.
  64. Do not hasten to reject eternal life as an unrealizable dream, the minister interrupted him.
  65. Hasten to Monte Cristo—avail yourself of the fortune—for you have indeed suffered long enough.
  66. He felt an urge to hasten, not a mere blind panic, but an instinct of peril growing behind his back.
  67. He even hoped that Ilusha would now get over his depression, and that that would hasten his recovery.
  68. On the wrong side of the blanket, I hasten to add, but Wiesse is irrational when it comes to history.
  69. Beyond a certain limit no mechanical disruption of the body could hasten the process of decomposition.
  70. A good report from you, on the other hand, if you returned, would hasten the whole invasion of Mars.
  71. Ladislaw and written with charming discretion, but intended to hasten his arrival by a hint of trouble.
  72. While there is still time, I hasten to protect myself, and so I renounce the higher harmony altogether.
  73. Ecclesiastes 7:9 - Do not hasten in your spirit to be angry, for anger rests in the heart of fools.
  74. In Set's name, hasten! If they put it on our trail, it will follow us to the very doors of Tecuhltli!.
  75. His intention was to hasten as quickly as possible to the cave where the two Drong soldiers had remained.
  76. We must hasten to your main settlement before any other potential foes are given the chance to accost us.
  77. He needed to ensure that she hasten her pace before anyone else saw the child and figured out who he was.
  78. I did it because I saw the rebellion stagnating into a bloody mess that only served to hasten our decline.
  79. I hasten to enclose his offering, with those of others, making out for you a postal order for five dollars.
  80. Jesus said to them Prevent him not; for no man does powers in my name and can hasten to speak evil 16 of me.
  81. As soon as the former in turn noticed the Nord, he tried to hasten his steps away and back toward the docks.
  82. Moreover many on account of calamities of this sort when they could not endure them hasten their own deaths.
  83. They seemed, however, to hasten with redoubled speed as the sun dropped lower and lower on the mountain tops.
  84. We shall rejoice at the new fact, we shall be the first to repudiate our charge, we shall hasten to repudiate it.
  85. And a vision was seen by Paul in sleep that he should hasten to Jerusalem because the brethren expected him there.
  86. But you could do great things with your body if you would hasten off to where great things are waiting to be done.
  87. I must hasten to say that the other officers looked upon Jerebiatnikof as a monster, and the convicts did the same.
  88. Well, if they’ve got nothing to hide, they should be happy to do anything they can to hasten the investigation.
  89. Sotillo buckled on his sword and gave curt, peremptory orders to hasten the retirement decided upon in the afternoon.
  90. I hasten to tell you this, for there were signs in your last two letters that you were taking our position to heart.
  91. The ambassadors of the other nations asked us to take the matter in hand and hasten the assistant keeper to the plant.
  92. It was to start with all speed for Orenburg, so as to hasten the recapture of Bélogorsk, and to aid in it if possible.
  93. But look, now, at the fantasy of the man! After going through the pockets of the clothes, he did not hasten to retreat.
  94. You 'made me come,' Christine; you knew that your letter would not leave me indignant and that I should hasten to Perros.
  95. When they reached the landing Zarko stood still for a few moments to regain his breath as he’d had to hasten to catch up.
  96. And so the affair with Zerstchikov ended : this joyful news did much to hasten my recovery, when I regained consciousness.
  97. And so I hasten to give back my entrance ticket, and if I am an honest man I am bound to give it back as soon as possible.
  98. He could not then hasten to England himself, to extricate you from the snare into which you had fallen, but he implored Mr.
  99. If the monster executed his threat, death was inevitable; yet, again, I considered whether my marriage would hasten my fate.
  100. She called him by the sacred name of "husband," and bade him "hasten to her, to share her fortune, or she would return to him.
  1. But enough, enough, I am hastening too far ahead.
  2. Oh no! said Iogel, hastening to reassure him.
  3. And grief and disappointment are hastening his death.
  4. Hastening my steps, was soon within sight of the peasants.
  5. Down by the ferry lit by torches, hastening the embarcation;.
  6. One of his comrades hastening out at that moment, the name was.
  7. They think I'm some bloody hero, he thought, hastening his pace.
  8. And yet he was hastening to Svidrigailov; could he be expecting.
  9. She looked around before hastening to the bathroom and closing the door.
  10. They were married, married in town, and now hastening down to her uncle's.
  11. The footmen were hastening through the rooms with waiters loaded with ices.
  12. A few followed him, but the greater number dispersed, hastening to service.
  13. By managing the Cold War and hastening the collapse of the Soviet Union, the.
  14. On the contrary, he was hastening there as though expecting to find guidance from her.
  15. Well, the Lord be thanked, Princess, said Mary Bogdánovna, not hastening her steps.
  16. Looking for and hastening the coming of the day of God, because of which the heavens will be.
  17. Dokhturov- Kutuzov hastening to rectify a mistake he had made by sending someone else there first.
  18. We are hastening to our kinsmen in the Mountain, since we learn that the kingdom of old is renewed.
  19. The station-master had not finished his speech before we were all hastening in the direction of the fire.
  20. With a promise to deliver this message the doctor was just hastening out, when he encountered an obstacle.
  21. Behind him, hastening down the long slopes, were a thousand men on foot; their swords were in their hands.
  22. Where are you hastening? The bell calls to service, he asked again, but again Alyosha gave no answer.
  23. I rushed out, calling loudly for my stepfather, and I met him hastening from his room in his dressing-gown.
  24. Already crumbling buildings are pelted with projectiles and then torched, hastening their inevitable collapse.
  25. Hastening through the streets, and stumbling up the narrow stairway, he presented himself at the police office.
  26. Dal edged down to steepen her dive, hastening her descent to the Shii’e’tu caverns---home to her collective.
  27. This is a hastening of your mind to follow certain routines from your past when they are not necessary for you now.
  28. In a few minutes the young man, disguised as a Wallachian peasant, was hastening on foot across the hills of Kolozsvar.
  29. Then we are in the same position? You see your ancestors are not hastening to rejoice in the tale of your pompous burial.
  30. The man thus hastening on was the one whom we have just seen struggling in convulsions which are certainly deserving of pity.
  31. This man, who was hastening towards the wood, was already three-quarters of the way on the road from the grotto to the forest.
  32. Her lead led me to Rathi and I fell for her, so to say, head-over-heels, and her parents too were for hastening our wedding.
  33. Without hastening the process, and thereby losing most of its benefits, one can learn to accept it little by little, as it comes.
  34. Runners came in to report that a host of dwarves had appeared round the eastern spur of the Mountain and was now hastening to Dale.
  35. But when she came on deck, she perceived that they were upon the high sea, far from the shore, and were hastening on with all sail.
  36. He had, by this time, reached his dwelling, on the edge of the burial-ground, and, hastening up the stairs, took refuge in his study.
  37. Where the foreleg of King Billy's horse pawed the air Mrs Breen plucked her hastening husband back from under the hoofs of the outriders.
  38. And he had not even the time for deliberation, so great was the fury with which the scene before his eyes was hastening to its catastrophe.
  39. They had seen the morontia Master, and they rushed from the house, hastening back to Jerusalem to spread the good news of the risen Savior.
  40. But now, in the fear of that Tribunal to which we all are hastening, I submit the following considerations in reply to the objections proposed.
  41. Thus also did Christ desire to save the things which were perishing and has saved many by coming and calling us when hastening to destruction.
  42. You have at this moment an immense property abroad, a great portion of it in England, and part floating on the ocean and hastening to your ports.
  43. He had therefore set off at a furious rate from the Rue Meslay, and was hastening with rapid strides in the direction of the Faubourg Saint-Honore.
  44. Brontes floated down the chamber, his blue flames occasionally leaping out to aid the remaining elves, hastening their job of finishing off the undead.
  45. Hello, Jones, where are you going? Can't stop, Robinson, I am hastening to purchase the only reliable inkeraser Kansell, sold by Hely's Ltd, 85 Dame street.
  46. Hastening to offer my arm to the disconsolate Elena Ivanovna, whose charms were only enhanced by her agitation, I hurriedly led her out of the crocodile room.
  47. Everyone in the courtroom started talking at once, the newspaper reporters pushing through the crowd, hastening to beat each other to the telegraph stations at the depot.
  48. So she set out towards La Huchette, not seeing that she was hastening to offer herself to that which but a while ago had so angered her, not in the least conscious of her prostitution.
  49. She has reduced the ocean almost to a desert; and she seems hastening to that destiny which has generally attended her predecessors in naval power through her ambition to rule the waves.
  50. He followed closely after her, and as he reconnoitered from the shadows of the doorway he saw that all the women of the village were hastening to and from the various huts with pots and kettles.
  51. Should Providence in this case award death, there was no sin in contemplating death as the desirable issue—if he kept his hands from hastening it—if he scrupulously did what was prescribed.
  52. But this croaking was of no avail; although it was loud enough, the King's daughter did not hear it, but, hastening home, soon forgot the poor Frog, who was obliged to leap back into the fountain.
  53. Thus in the closing passage of Revelation we have a prayer of the bride and the spirit for the hastening of these things, along with an invitation for all who would to come and partake of them:.
  54. Until that day when the grand human agreement is concluded, war, that at least which is the effort of the future, which is hastening on against the past, which is lagging in the rear, may be necessary.
  55. He’s referring to Ryodan hastening us from the mountaintop without pausing to collect Barrons, which I know he did so Drustan and Jada wouldn’t see him vanish but no doubt appeared callous to the others.
  56. He remembered that he intended to explain to the jury that an answer of guilty without a denial of intent to kill involved an intent to kill, but, as he was hastening to terminate the proceedings, he failed to do so.
  57. At the restaurant the bodyguard stayed at the door and when we entered, there was a momentary panic with the Maitre d' Hôtel rushing to receive us and the waiters hastening to smile and bow with low voiced greetings.
  58. I now needed to fetch some extra bedding from the storage shed, but as I headed for the backdoor something slowed me and I hesitated for a good thirty seconds before hastening outside to complete this task in record time.
  59. He was a physician, he explained, hastening to a case of great urgency, and he had taken his automobile as the quickest means of covering the distance, though he had known it at times to behave badly on slippery and snowy roads.
  60. It was in consequence of these reflections that Maria Alexandrovna was now hastening with all speed towards her village, in order to bring back Afanassy Matveyevitch, whose presence she considered absolutely necessary at this crisis.
  61. Such also is the picture by Walter Langley, to which I have already referred, and such again is a picture by the French artist Morlon, depicting a lifeboat hastening, in a heavy storm, to the relief of a steamer that is being wrecked.
  62. The only strange thing here is that we know so little of the teachings of our church that we receive an exposition of its fundamental dogmas as a new revelation, said Selenin, as though hastening to tell his former friends his new views.
  63. This black deed, without a battle, was consummated in the solicitous surrender of the brave corps which were hastening to his relief; these, too, were arrested and thrown back on the community, leaving the whole Western frontier exposed to savage inroad.
  64. Now and then the head of a joyous child appeared at the windows, which were opened to admit the evening breeze; while various members of the household retinue were seen hastening through the corridors, or standing at the doors in their embroidered liveries.
  65. Anxious as you may suppose I was to behold and comfort my dear sister, I lost no time in hastening to Corsica, but when I arrived at Rogliano I found a house of mourning, the consequences of a scene so horrible that the neighbors remember and speak of it to this day.
  66. See ye not then, shipmates, that Jonah sought to flee world-wide from God? Miserable man! Oh! most contemptible and worthy of all scorn; with slouched hat and guilty eye, skulking from his God; prowling among the shipping like a vile burglar hastening to cross the seas.
  67. Consonant to this disposition was my answer, but my courage was still more in my head, than in my heart; and as cowards rush into danger they fear, in order to be the sooner rid of the pain of that sensation, I was entirely pleased with his hastening matters into execution.
  68. He turned in the direction of the Vassilyevsky Ostrov, walking along Vassilyevsky Prospect, as though hastening on some business, but he walked, as his habit was, without noticing his way, muttering and even speaking aloud to himself, to the astonishment of the passers-by.
  69. Hastening then to give me the benefit of it, he threw me down on the bench; but such was the refreshed soreness of those parts behind, on my leaning so hard on them, as became me to compass the admission of that stupendous head of his machine, that I could not possibly bear it.
  70. Kutuzov as far as was in his power, instead of trying to check the movement of the French as was desired in Petersburg and by the Russian army generals, directed his whole activity here, as he had done at Tarutino and Vyazma, to hastening it on while easing the movement of our army.
  71. Kutúzov as far as was in his power, instead of trying to check the movement of the French as was desired in Petersburg and by the Russian army generals, directed his whole activity here, as he had done at Tarútino and Vyázma, to hastening it on while easing the movement of our army.
  72. Fire grape-shot! shouted Volodya, hastening from the banquette; but the soldiers had already made their preparations without waiting for his orders, and the metallic sound of the grape-shot which they discharged shrieked over his head, first from one and then from the other mortar.
  73. I ran to the house in Soho, and (to make assurance doubly sure) destroyed my papers; thence I set out through the lamplit streets, in the same divided ecstasy of mind, gloating on my crime, light-headedly devising others in the future, and yet still hastening and still hearkening in my wake for the steps of the avenger.
  74. Has a girl of fourteen a heart large enough, vigorous enough, to hold the swelling spring of pure, full, fervid eloquence? Such was the characteristic of Helen’s discourse on that, to me, memorable evening; her spirit seemed hastening to live within a very brief span as much as many live during a protracted existence.
  75. I did not, however, linger long on hearing this; but hastening home, I took what money I had in my scrutoire, and going to the malefactors, said, Lads, take thir twa three pounds, and quit the town as fast as ye can, for Richard is my nephew, and blood, ye ken, is thicker than water, and I may be tempted to give you up.
  76. Suddenly a noise roused his attention, and on the far side of a field on his left hand he could see six or seven men in smock-frocks with hay-forks in their hands making an offensive approach towards the four railway agents who were facing them, while Caleb Garth and his assistant were hastening across the field to join the threatened group.
  77. At the battle of Borodinó, when Bagratión was killed and nine tenths of the men of our left flank had fallen and the full force of the French artillery fire was directed against it, the man sent there was this same irresolute and undiscerning Dokhtúrov—Kutúzov hastening to rectify a mistake he had made by sending someone else there first.
  78. Though, in deference to her masculine advisers, she had refrained from what Sir James had called "interfering in this Bulstrode business," the hardship of Lydgate's position was continually in her mind, and when Bulstrode applied to her again about the hospital, she felt that the opportunity was come to her which she had been hindered from hastening.
  79. What type of love are you going to bring, to be, to practice in these times when many are hastening, with various degrees of satisfaction, the coming horror that will be humanity's self-conflagration finale of folly? Love knows not what lies ahead, nor does it really give a dying fuck, because this is its universal condition: caring no matter the world.
  80. And yet he was hastening to Svidrigaïlov; could he be expecting something new from him, information, or means of escape? Men will catch at straws! Was it destiny or some instinct bringing them together? Perhaps it was only fatigue, despair; perhaps it was not Svidrigaïlov but some other whom he needed, and Svidrigaïlov had simply presented himself by chance.
  81. The young gentleman soon discerned the symptoms of a reconciliation in my softened looks, and hastening to receive the seal of it from my lips, pressed them tenderly to pass his pardon in the return of a kiss so melting fiery, that the impression of it being carried to my heart, and thence to my new discovered sphere of Venus, I was melted into a softness that could refuse him nothing.
  82. And here he observed he thought, if his correspondence with the British Envoy, which afforded evidence of "continued hostility" towards us, furnished matter of sufficient importance to press upon Congress the utility of hastening their measures of preparation, that the other business of the Department of State might have been allowed to repose long enough for a reply to have been made to Mr.
  83. Almost she tripped over their carelessly-flung-out and forgotten feet, and greatly startled and embarrassed, besides being really sorry to have disturbed what was, after all, one of the most interesting moments of life, she stammered something apologetic, and with bowed head and eyes discreetly lowered was hastening on, when the two made the mistake rabbits make, and instead of remaining motionless and interlocked, hurriedly disentangled themselves; and one of them was Dwight.
  84. It was desirable that her husband should appear and invite the prince down to the country: she relied upon the appearance of the father of the family, in dress-coat and white tie, hastening up to town on the first rumours of the prince's arrival there, to produce a very favourable impression upon the old man's self-respect: it would flatter him; and after such a courteous action, followed by a polite and warmly-couched invitation to the country, the prince would hardly refuse to go.
  85. Should it ever become the settled doctrine in this country, that the opinions and the measures of the Executive are entitled to our prompt acquiescence and blind support; that, like the devoted soldier, a mere military machine, we are not to pause over a vote; that free discussion of the merits of the Executive shall authorize suspicion of the purity of the citizen; the time will be fast hastening when a throne shall be erected upon the ruins of the Constitution of the United States, and the name of America be added to the list of those Republics which have risen like the rocket, and fallen like the stick.
  86. The hastening of scholastic mediocrity in America‘s (urban) Public School System is understood by the efforts of (its) soft-headed administrators and educators seeking to promote equality of results at the expense of its brightest students, many of whom are routinely held in check in order to allow their less talented classmates ―sufficient‖ opportunity to play catch-up; oftentimes necessitating a lowering of academic standards for the ―benefit‖ of other students who are intellectually less gifted, thereby promoting false impressions of academic achievement where performance results are (oftentimes) questionable.
  87. And this gossip filtered through into the Palace, and Judith, who never did speak, spoke less than ever, but edging away more and more decidedly from the blandishments of the Master, who had not been invited to Coops, spent most of her time in her own room engaged in not looking at her trousseau; and the Palace became such an uncomfortable place what with one thing and another, and the strain of remaining calm and becoming in conduct to the ducally protected Herr Dremmel was so great, that at last the Bishop was as eager as anyone to get the wedding over and feverishly furthered any scheme that would, by hastening it, deliver him.
  88. Jesus said to him If you can believe! All things are possible to him that believes; And immediately the father of the child cried out weeping and said I believe my Lord; help my lack of faith; And when Jesus saw the hastening of the people and their coming at the sound he rebuked that unclean spirit and said to it You dumb spirit that speaks not I command you come out of him and enter not again into him; And that spirit devil cried out much and bruised him and came out and that child fell as one dead and many thought that he had died but Jesus took him by his hand and raised him up and gave him to his father and that child was healed from that hour; And the people all marvelled at the greatness of God;.
  89. And ever the hastening of infantry shifting positions, batteries,.
  1. He hastened to the stairs.
  2. And he hastened to add:—.
  3. We hastened to Mystic Down.
  4. I hastened to the inn-keeper.
  5. He hastened in that direction.
  6. And Mitya hastened to obey her.
  7. Petroff hastened to reassure me.
  8. And I hastened to clear the haze.
  9. And he meekly hastened to depart.
  10. And she now hastened to greet him.
  11. He hastened the tempo of his tune.
  12. They hastened to make him sit down.
  13. I hastened to sit down on the bench.
  14. The Thenardier woman hastened to him.
  15. Two incidents hastened this believe.
  16. The others hastened to gather about.
  17. The young woman hastened to meet him.
  18. Linton hastened his step at the noise.
  19. So she hastened to put the question:.
  20. John hastened to change the conversation.
  21. And he hastened away, hating her for it.
  22. I hastened away to listen to Karmazinov.
  23. I hastened off but left the ball behind.
  24. The maids hastened to finish their chores.
  25. The pope and his wife hastened to meet me.
  26. The other soldier nodded and hastened away.
  27. Down the hall we hastened to the back room.
  28. I’m not offended, hastened the kid.
  29. Strange delight inspired me: on I hastened.
  30. But, he hastened to add, it’s not.
  31. Jamison smiled in admiration but hastened to.
  32. I hastened to thee, thou wert no longer there.
  33. Their exit was hastened by their seeing old Mr.
  34. All rose from their seats and hastened to him.
  35. I have hastened back so soon because of you!.
  36. Two police constables hastened to hold him down.
  37. Caesar had sent him about, and hastened him away.
  38. He had hastened up at the sound of the discharge.
  39. Meantime the eunuch had hastened back to the king.
  40. By using Chills ,heat extraction rate is hastened.
  41. While some tarried, many hastened to their homes.
  42. The senior guys hastened to take advantage of it.
  43. From the neighboring tents the soldiers hastened.
  44. I ate what I could, and then I hastened upstairs.
  45. Alyosha came out quickly and hastened up to Kolya.
  46. A different man than I am now he hastened to.
  47. He hastened to his room, closing the adjoining door.
  48. The man hastened off, cursing, mightily exasperated.
  49. Higgens' face disappeared as he hastened to comply.
  50. We hastened up on deck, and confusion was all about.
  51. They scaled the wall in meager seconds and hastened.
  52. He hastened to "reassure" her and made her sit down.
  53. The doctor who had been sent for had hastened thither.
  54. From the train they hastened, and laid siege to the inn.
  55. I hastened out literally flying towards our main house.
  56. What the point of looking? And he again hastened.
  57. I did try to warn you, the sim hastened to explain.
  58. In fact, BOTH the Poles hastened to perform this office.
  59. He hastened to read his mail to be in control of things.
  60. All three remained silent, and he hastened to continue:.
  61. Holmes tied the dog to the hedge, and we hastened onward.
  62. Holmes tied the dog to the hedge, and we hastened onwards.
  63. As Numa entered the house, the lovers hastened to meet him.
  64. And he hastened out of the hut, crying: "Coming! coming!".
  65. Not, Scarlett loyally hastened to fun to romp with a mother.
  66. The servant-maid hastened to say in the nun's ear, Say that.
  67. She lifted Toinette into her arms as she spoke, and hastened.
  68. The scout hastened to cover the dead man's face with his coat.
  69. And who could say that the death of Raffles had been hastened?
  70. Normally the darkness and coolness would have hastened slumber.
  71. His name was Novodvoroff, and Nekhludoff hastened to greet him.
  72. They turned away and hastened along the road to the Closed Door.
  73. They hastened up the last slope, and stood breathless beside her.
  74. For a whole day they took to their paddles and hastened forward.
  75. In his usual stupid way the old prince hastened to introduce us.
  76. Alex hastened his pace as he fled the casino, pulling the heavy.
  77. The Wallachians hastened to seek their comrades with cries of joy.
  78. He handed his pistol to Kirillov and hastened towards the horses.
  79. Natasha went up, looked at the dead eyes, and hastened to close.
  80. Danglars again became pale, and hastened to conduct the count out.
  81. The gnomes rose from their seats and hastened to the various exits.
  82. She hastened to take the child and leave the room without looking.
  83. Bors and Rodnik hastened to unlock the armory in Taliesin’s Tower.
  84. Guo Yuxia hastened to add, But Maiden Ye, the condition that you.
  85. So he hastened his steps lest he should meet some one on his way to.
  86. He saw, stared, smiled broadly, delightedly, and hastened toward her.
  87. Then the people hastened back to the city, and found, to their great.
  88. Roger hastened his pace to catch up with her and start a conversation.
  89. Near him swayed the dusky lotus, and he hastened to draw away from it.
  90. Natásha went up, looked at the dead eyes, and hastened to close them.
  91. The doctor had hastened to the bed and had seen the wounds made bythe.
  92. He hastened his steps and only caught the last part of the conversation.
  93. When one went out the other became restless and hastened to rejoin her.
  94. It was to those who had neither been killed or escaped that he hastened.
  95. He hastened to the Throne Room of the fortress and addressed his Leader.
  96. He increased the dosage and hastened, instead of delayed, his own demise.
  97. In 1833 Ferdinand VII died and the romanticmovement was hastened by the.
  98. The bookmaster hastened the lawman inside and pulled him into the kitchen.
  99. On horse, on foot, and in all manner of conveyances they hastened onwards.
  100. But I stayed for a while, for it seemed strange, and then I hastened back.
  1. From here it hastens to the Gate.
  2. All yields, splits, cracks, floats, rolls, falls, jostles, hastens, is precipitated.
  3. Oxygen is a very important element for your body as it hastens the process of healing.
  4. Farewell ! reciprocates the man, watching the visitor as he hastens away and stops at.
  5. He who hastens to be rich has the evil eye, and considers not that poverty shall come on him.
  6. However, any time I try to hold him, his concerned mother hastens to take him off my hands at once!.
  7. The captive exile hastens so that he may be loosened, and so that he should not die in the pit, nor that his bread should fail.
  8. Later experimentation proved that adding thyroid extracts to the water induces or hastens metamorphosis of tank-kept Mexican salamanders.
  9. The soldiers you believe to be dying with hunger, worn out with fatigue, ready to desert, gather like atoms of snow about the rolling ball as it hastens onward.
  10. Their main argument is for the copious bleeding caused by both the exit wound and the entrance wound - which makes it easier to track the animal and hastens its death.
  11. The man before him, his friend, who has just been enrolled, has but this moment stepped out of the office stark naked, and with chattering teeth hastens to put on his clothes.
  12. 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.
  13. He tries to learn who Pushkin was, and having discovered that Pushkin was neither a hero nor a general, but was a private person and a writer, he comes to the conclusion that Pushkin must have been a holy man and a teacher of goodness, and he hastens to read or to hear his life and works.
  14. What am I beside her? I came here seeking my ruin, and said to myself, ‘What does it matter?’ in my cowardliness, but she, after five years in torment, as soon as any one says a word from the heart to her—it makes her forget everything, forgive everything, in her tears! The man who has wronged her has come back, he sends for her and she forgives him everything, and hastens joyfully to meet him and she won't take a knife with her.
  15. As the foreman of a spinning mill, when he has set the hands to work, goes round and notices here a spindle that has stopped or there one that creaks or makes more noise than it should, and hastens to check the machine or set it in proper motion, so Anna Pávlovna moved about her drawing room, approaching now a silent, now a too-noisy group, and by a word or slight rearrangement kept the conversational machine in steady, proper, and regular motion.
  16. The earth neither lags nor hastens,.

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