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    1. The place itself was nothing more than a large field with a snug old lodge in the middle of it

    2. There was a little bit of water in an excavated pool, enough to grow enough vine to cover the lodge and fill the kegs within

    3. Where Trapped Emotions Lodge

    4. find that trapped emotions lodge in an area that’s

    5. emotions to lodge in an area that has symbolic

    6. for that trapped emotion to lodge in your womb or

    7. trapped emotion may lodge in one of your shoulders

    8. Trapped emotions can lodge anywhere in the body,

    9. in your body, and sometimes they will lodge in and

    10. Where They Lodge, 64

    11. herbs, and becomes a tree, so that the birds of the air come and lodge in the branches

    12. He found Harry dutifully finishing the white washing of the fence pickets at the far side of the Lodge grounds

    13. ' She delegated certain of the Lodge tasks and chores to the men and, remembering the picnic basket, walked the girls to the little boat dock

    14. I remember it as clearly now as if it were yesterday … we’d got back to my place after the gig – a black tie dinner for the local Masonic lodge – and collapsed on the sofa in the lounge: me, in my strapless scarlet ball gown and Alastair in his DJ

    15. He included what was planted and where, and spoke a little about the three houses and hunting lodge

    16. The one that struck her as odd was about the three houses and the hunting lodge

    17. "So where's the other house? I heard Jim say the hunting lodge was at the other end of the valley, up next to a big lake, but where'd he say the other house was?"

    18. Crystal suggested the hunting lodge, Emma had forgotten all about it

    19. Mike drove on to the Lodge

    20. The hunting lodge looked almost directly east, over the lake

    21. Jake pointed out that another road ran around the foot of the small hill and entered the lodge from the front

    22. He then suggested that someone go up and unlock the lodge and the house out back

    23. She was able to locate the key for the lodge and Alex was on his way, in just minutes

    24. Kit, at the Plantation house ran out of extra blankets and Rob up at the lodge thought his arms were going to fall off, because of the firewood he'd carried

    25. The land which produces a certain quantity of food, clothes, and lodging, can always feed, clothe, and lodge, a certain number of people ; and whatever may be the proportion of the landlord, it will always give him a proportionable command of the labour of those people, and of the commodities with which that labour can supply him

    26. and well-banked fire, Homer paid extra so they could all lodge in a private room upstairs

    27. Like Ruth said a long time ago, „whither thou goest, I shall go, and where thou lodgest, I shall lodge

    28. If Marjory disapproved she seemed to lodge her protest by dancing on her own and getting drunk or stoned, as she had done at the party and now again to-night

    29. The importer of commodities liable to any duties of customs, it has been said, might, at his option, be allowed either to carry them to his own private warehouse ; or to lodge them in a warehouse, provided either at his own expense or at that of the public, but under the key of the custom-house officer, and never to be opened but in his presence

    30. Songbirds entertain, and the great horned owl who lives in the lodge pole forest on the southwest corner of our land hoots for hours, a bass line underscoring the rhythmic peace of the mountainside

    31. The software created the AR environment, which was simply a holiday lodge in Quebec, an unpopulated landscape in which the two could interact

    32. The lodge was at four thousand metres altitude

    33. Through his scope he confirmed it to be a lodge; an encouraging sign that care had been taken to appear unobtrusive if not invisible

    34. She and Maldynado stood before the Onyx Lodge on a street lined with steam carriages

    35. One evening, I was home and I attended a meeting at the Odd Fellows Lodge

    36. I had been an Odd Fellow for quite a few years and had transferred my membership to the Victorville Lodge

    37. A great round moon swung cold and bright over the pines by the lodge

    38. The sweat lodge ceremony is for purification and to honor life

    39. middle of the lodge

    40. are brought into the lodge and blessed with cedar

    41. I crawled out of the sweat lodge and laid on

    42. lodge and wanted to touch me and when she touched my knees

    43. participates in two rounds of the sweat lodge for purification and

    44. on the way back to the lodge

    45. I entered the sweat lodge and waited for the Chief to

    46. I sat in the sweat lodge for what seemed a long period of time,

    47. In the vision pit in the center of the sweat lodge where the rocks are normally placed, I saw half of the pit filled with picture frames and pictures of Sharon in them

    48. Chanupa, which is said at the end of each sweat lodge ceremony

    49. When Phil came into the lodge and before starting the last two

    50. and in the sweat lodge to him

    1. I roll to my feet and grab the sword lodged in the coffee table

    2. The bolt barely lodged itself into Vald's thigh and was flicked away like a stray crumb

    3. He risked a glance and saw a child staring out of a smudged window, finger lodged up his nostril, digging for gold

    4. Death certificates were signed and lodged with the appropriate authorities, funeral arrangements planned and paid for, paperwork sorted and solicitors engaged to deal with the minutiae of closing down a life

    5. emotion was lodged, was already functioning as best

    6. sadness was lodged in the area of her left breast

    7. emotions that were lodged in her chest, we may have

    8. will always “land” or become lodged somewhere in the

    9. of worthlessness lodged in Jean’s left ovary, where it

    10. lodged in the tissues of Jack’s forearm

    11. involved, exactly where this energy is lodged and how

    12. Where is the Emotion Lodged?

    13. where the trapped emotion is lodged

    14. general area where the emotional energy is lodged

    15. lodged in their body

    16. lodged together in a particular area of the body, a

    17. lodged in the tissues of her hip

    18. Pieces of the jade bear from Amanda's car flew through the air and lodged in Joseph's forehead and chest

    19. front showed where the tip was lodged

    20. way past his throat and lodged in his heart

    21. A large fragment of the Rikandra bubble had lodged in the archwood's wild upper branches against the wall of the Thweighnmonkt

    22. Amityville Horror this tale isn’t, but it was shocking enough that it lived on in our collective family memory where it remained firmly lodged as a mystery

    23. You entered the Etherial Blood, within the artery of the One Mind and have become lodged halfway through your journey in this forest

    24. The same statute permits, at the lowest prices, the importation of corn in order to be exported again, duty free, provided it is in the mean time lodged in a warehouse under the joint locks of the king and the importer

    25. Every owner of wool within ten miles of the sea coast must give an account in writing, three days after shearing, to the next officer of the customs, of the number of his fleeces, and of the places where they are lodged

    26. She turned and lodged her head

    27. When a merchant has imported goods subject to certain duties of customs; when he has paid those duties, and lodged the goods in his warehouse ; he is not, in most cases, liable to any further trouble or vexation from the custom-house officer

    28. By then it was too late and the whole length of the blade was inside his body and he fell backwards onto the trench floor while I held onto my rifle keeping the bayonet firmly lodged in his guts

    29. Tiger�s tail was lodged in his beak

    30. Comfrey picked at a small flint that had become lodged between the pads of his foot and snorted

    31. " but was unable to finish, choking on the matchstick, now lodged in the back of my throat

    32. Not having lodged a flight plan, he needed to be very careful

    33. “So I’m guessing that Lexi lodged here with you while she was working over on the island?” Conal said

    34. The cat had been running along the bench top where some chicken had been lodged out of the dog’s reach

    35. Extensive mats of uprooted vegetation could have lodged in different places that, in turn, would have been covered over by the eroded rock ground to silt as an end result of this overwhelming disturbance of a geologic status quo

    36. A foul had been lodged against Patrick, and sure as hell the foul stood

    37. 9 And he came there to a cave, and lodged there; and note, the word of the Lord came to him, and he said to him, What do you here,

    38. 27 And they lodged round about the house of God, because the charge was on them, and the opening

    39. Infection arising from an earlier shoulder replacement had lodged in the area of his knee replacement

    40. In an instant, it would have been lodged in his chest, had it not

    41. siren sounding at the bullets lodged in his chest

    42. the way through leather and plush of the passenger seat, lodged into the already

    43. 21 How has the faithful city becomes the harlot! It was full of judgment; righteousness lodged in it; but now murderers

    44. The bullet lodged in the floor between his legs and the man started crying, holding himself like a child needing to pee

    45. 27 Give place, you stranger, to an honourable man; my brother comes to be lodged, and I have need of mine house

    46. 1 And as they went on their journey, they came in the evening to the river Tigris, and they lodged there

    47. 5 So Raphael went out, and lodged with Gabael, and gave him the

    48. Then Jonathan met the king with great pomp at Joppa, where they saluted one another, and lodged

    49. Gloria could see the football lodged in the prickliest of bushes

    50. tent where Judith lodged, and when he found her not, he leaped out to the people, and cried, 18 These slaves have dealt treacherously;

    1. emotion lodges in the body

    2. The inauguration of the Livingson Bungalow Lodges was a step too far for that cadre of individuals who, through ignorance, fear, or arrogance had long suspected that the continued encouragement of the 'Chinaman and his squaw-woman,' by the rest of the civic population would lead to dire consequences

    3. Mandy Hill, in an exertion of will to remain civil, said, “I have just come from an inspection of the Livingson Bungalow Lodges,” she carefully phrased, “and was graciously received, properly entertained, and handsomely impressed with Livingson's sophistication and good taste

    4. He whistled a little tune and crossed the street to the lodges in search of Harry on an errand he had too long put off

    5. Livingson appeared to be oriental, and I already know the proprietress of the Lodges is an elegant Indian woman with adorable children by the way

    6. They wandered from room to room around the Lodges

    7. Next the decks at the Lodges

    8. The same for the Lodges, although the girls had taken that job over recently

    9. So he knew without his father telling him that they had deposited approximately, $5,500 from the store into the Tahoe City Bank, and $14,000 from the Lodges over the last nine years into an account at Sutro & Co

    10. They could build those lodges thirty times over and still have money in the bank

    11. The Tahoe City Bank accounts will continue to serve the needs of the Mercantile, Lodges, and our home

    12. Hipolyta and I had just spent the morning putting out fresh linens in the lodges for the coming guests at the start of the new season

    13. Meanwhile, my father and mother, and Hipolyta and myself were latching shutters on the house and lodges against the brutal gusts of rain, flying sideways in their flight before the terrible storm

    14. Titania then split her efforts between her duties at the Lodges and chores at the livery helping her Great-uncle when Jameson was in the kitchens

    15. Hipolyta picked up her sister's slack, assisting Belle at the Lodges and in large part filled Harry's shoes left vacant at the hardware store

    16. Besides her other chores Hipolyta took over the management of the bookkeeping for the store and lodges with only the briefest apprenticeship

    17. There was a longstanding unwritten and therefore quite tacit understanding between all the Livingsons, natural or adopted, that when the Lodges required extra manpower, they each pitched in to help

    18. “Sarah, we would be happy to have you with us here at the Lodges

    19. Sarah accepted readily and the three ladies strolled around to the Lodges for more conversation and a tour

    20. Belle and George tended the daily routines of the store and lodges assisted in the afternoons by the girls

    21. Harry knew, in some depth, what Chloe's response would be to that suggestion, and without hesitation he offered to arrange their stay at the Livingson Bungalow Lodges

    22. Spelman personally by wire, offering his parents' lodges in Tahoe as a retreat to himself and Kaitlyn as they regained their footing

    23. Two travelers without a home harbor, but with a well anticipated destination: the Livingson Bungalow Lodges, Tahoe City, California

    24. They were constantly in each other's company as Belle went about her various and many duties and responsibilities of home and Lodges

    25. It also, as good fortune might have it, was at the edge of town near opposite to the Livingson Bungalow Lodges

    26. Lawrence Spelman, Number Three, Livingson Bungalow Lodges, Tahoe City, California

    27. She also rode the wave of change to set up permanent residence in Bungalow Seven of the Lodges, the compliment of Bungalow Six already occupied by Sarah Bunker

    28. In turn they produced photographs of their new grand-daughter Hannah and the happy little family of San Francisco, their Pacific Heights house, and the Spelman's new residence above the Lodges

    29. It is this stock which feeds, clothes, and lodges the people

    30. As the expense of purchasing those unnecessary utensils would diminish, instead of increasing, either the quantity or goodness of the family provisions; so the expense of purchasing an unnecessary quantity of gold and silver must, in every country, as necessarily diminish the wealth which feeds, clothes, and lodges, which maintains and employs the people

    31. Many of the lodges and concessions in national parks have apparently been outsourced to a company call Xanterra

    32. The lodges look great, but there's something overly commercialized about them

    33. They welcomed me into their sweat lodges and we spoke of many things, but not of war

    34. I noticed the sweat lodges were not used in the desert

    35. all the lodges of our tents lie before your face; use them as it pleases you

    36. They registered in the Emperatriz I Hotel where he always lodges when he stays in that historic and universally recognized University City

    37. Namibia Country Lodges is the holding company of Auob

    38. Aru Game Lodges operates from two

    39. all Masonic leaders in America that the Illuminati had infiltrated into their lodges and on July 19, 1789, David Papen, President of

    40. lodges for subversive Illuministic purposes

    41. 3 See our houses and all our places and all our fields of wheat and flocks and herds and all the lodges of our tents lie before your face; use them as it pleases you

    42. The tantalizing smells of evening meals floated on the air along with the sounds of the families gathered in shared lodges

    43. Roof slates fell into the centers of the lodges

    44. My beloved brothers, the Masonic lodges, the

    45. He saw the fruits on the palms and the mango trees, he saw the lakes and the lodges dotted along the road and realised that all of these roads had been cut out of virgin forest

    46. By contrast, those who made it through the open door of Reconstruction felt that their faith was being validated; they were leading lodges and churches, some had professional careers, and they were in the forefront of organizations dedicated to black education and black liberation

    47. It reminded Adam of some of the ski lodges he had stayed in, years before, when he was down in Perisher with his student mates

    48. learning the machinery, did the deliveries to the hotels and lodges, and then worked all

    49. tourist lodges, the fancy hotel, stretching a young patrician hand out over the whole

    50. Not pushing her luck further and seeing that the man packed a pistol, Jennifer didn’t protest further and quickly walked towards the backstage lodges of the cabaret

    1. levels to the lodging house, a basement, ground

    2. interior of the lodging house

    3. “Those glad tidings have, of course, caused no little disruption to our Kaitlyn's lodging arrangements in this charming hamlet

    4. I'll start at a salary of $13,400 year but in addition I'll be doing some traveling and when I travel the government pays the expenses of lodging and food

    5. The common complaint, that luxury extends itself even to the lowest ranks of the people, and that the labouring poor will not now be contented with the same food, clothing, and lodging, which satisfied them in former times, may convince us that it is not the money price of labour only, but its real recompence, which has augmented

    6. extraordinary, the dearness of house-rent is the cause of the cheapness of lodging

    7. have commonly no other means of subsistence ; and the price of the lodging must pay, not

    8. After food, clothing and lodging are the two great wants of mankind

    9. Land, in its original rude state, can afford the materials of clothing and lodging to a much greater number of people than it can feed

    10. The materials of lodging cannot always be transported to so great a distance as those of clothing, and do not so readily become an object of foreign commerce

    11. Clothing and lodging, household furniture, and what is called equipage, are the principal objects of the greater part of those wants and fancies

    12. But compare the spacious palace and great wardrobe of the one, with the hovel and the few rags of the other, and you will be sensible that the difference between their clothing, lodging, and household furniture, is almost as great in quantity as it is in quality

    13. The value of silver was so much reduced, that their produce could no longer pay the expense of working them, or replace, with a profit, the food, clothes, lodging, and other necessaries which were consumed in that operation

    14. The stock which must commonly be employed, the food, clothes, and lodging, which must commonly be consumed in

    15. The land which produces a certain quantity of food, clothes, and lodging, can always feed, clothe, and lodge, a certain number of people ; and whatever may be the proportion of the landlord, it will always give him a proportionable command of the labour of those people, and of the commodities with which that labour can supply him

    16. That abundance of food, of which, in consequence of the improvement of land, many people have the disposal beyond what they themselves can consume, is the great cause of the demand, both for the precious metals and the precious stones, as well as for every other conveniency and ornament of dress, lodging, household furniture, and equipage

    17. As art and industry advance, the materials of clothing and lodging, the useful fossils and materials of the earth, the precious metals and the precious stones, should gradually come to be more and more in demand, should gradually exchange for a greater and a greater quantity of food ; or, in other words, should gradually become dearer and dearer

    18. Luray was probably arranging them alternate lodging to the nice guest house she talked about finding earlier

    19. A certain quantity of materials, and the labour of a certain number of workmen, both of which might have been immediately employed to augment the food, clothing, and lodging, the subsistence and conveniencies of the society, are thus diverted to another employment, highly advantageous indeed, but still different from this one

    20. Had he spent the whole, the food, clothing, and lodging, which the whole could have purchased, would have been distributed among the former set of people

    21. immediately employed as a capital, either by himself or by some other person, the food, clothing, and lodging, which may be purchased with it, are necessarily reserved for the latter

    22. The food, clothing, and lodging, the revenue and maintenance, of all those whose labour or stock is employed in bringing them from the mine to the market, is the price paid for them in Peru as well as in England

    23. Fortunately for him and foolishly on their part, they confronted him before lodging a complaint with the police (who in their investigation uncovered the coke sales) and, by the time the charges became official, Brian and his money were safely in Costa Rica – but he would never be able to get around the background investigation required for licensing

    24. Other entries seemed to be expense notations, and Colling cursed the dead man under his breath when he saw that most of them were for lodging and meals for which Colling himself had paid

    25. lodging, transfers, cost aid to the teams and organizational

    26. lodging themselves in the trunk and branches

    27. his carriages: 29 They are gone over the passage: they have taken up their lodging at Geba; Ramah is afraid; Gibeah of Saul is fled

    28. passports, the immunization shots, the lodging and the airfare

    29. 25 He shall pitch his tent near her, and shall lodge in a lodging where good things are

    30. In you, time found lodging, which warm with affection you kept

    31. 3 And command you them, saying, Take you hence out of the midst of Jordan, out of the place where the priests' feet stood firm, twelve stones, and you shall carry them over with you, and leave them in the lodging place, where you shall lodge this night

    32. 15 And they turned aside to it there, to go in and to lodge in Gibeah, and when he went in, he sat him down in a street of the city, for there was no man who took them into his house to lodging

    33. By the end of 1956, Adventures in Good Eating was in its forty-ninth printing, Lodging for a Night was in its thirty-ninth, Adventures in Good Cooking was about to come out for its twenty-sixth publication and Duncan Hines Vacation Guide was going into its eleventh revision

    34. The resort and lodging guidebooks even rated the number and quality of bath towels and washcloths, the way the beds were made up, and what perks came with your stay

    35. One by one we explored our surroundings, always leaving two behind in our lodging to defend it should the need ever arise

    36. Living space was still at a premium and the law required the building owner to supply adequate alternative lodging if the old one was sold

    37. 3 Late on the afternoon of the third day at Iron, as Jesus was returning from the mines, he chanced to pass through a narrow side street on his way to his lodging place

    38. " Philip advised David Zebedee to "forget about plans for feeding and lodging the multitude until we know what the Master is thinking about

    39. Near nightfall Jesus sent Philip and Matthew over to a village on the eastern slopes of Mount Gilboa to secure lodging for the company

    40. These people knew very little about Jesus, and they refused him lodging because he and his associates were Jews

    41. Near the end of December and before the return of the seventy, almost eight hundred visitors were gathered about the Master, and they found lodging in David's camp

    42. That and lodging for Ling Mai and Stone

    43. tours, lodging, and hunting) to designated sites in Africa,

    44. (Flophouses were places that offered very cheap lodging and minimal services, like a shared bathroom and military barrack-style bunk beds

    45. He called it his “bed and breakfast” lodging or just plain “breakfast in bed

    46. The life of a musician – or any artist for that matter – is a grueling one with the travel, concerts and lodging

    47. If you had a gig in the city but were forced to travel to the outskirts for food and lodging, you’d appear at rehearsal and then wonder if there was enough time to find a restaurant that would serve you

    48. Sarah had her misgivings about being sent alone and without backup like this but her superior had told her to simply follow this Nancy Laplante and find out where she would be lodging, so that a follow-up team could then take over from her

    49. Of course there are drawbacks to lodging but it

    50. This potential drawback really only applies to established house shares and lodging in a

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    Synonyms for "lodge"

    auberge hostel hostelry inn lodge indian lodge hunting lodge club gild guild order social club society sir oliver joseph lodge sir oliver lodge charge file deposit stick wedge accommodate hotel house tavern cottage shelter habitation affiliation association brotherhood quarter billet station plant install infix set settle lay

    "lodge" definitions

    English physicist who studied electromagnetic radiation and was a pioneer of radiotelegraphy (1851-1940)

    a formal association of people with similar interests

    small house at the entrance to the grounds of a country mansion; usually occupied by a gatekeeper or gardener

    a small (rustic) house used as a temporary shelter

    any of various Native American dwellings

    a hotel providing overnight lodging for travelers

    be a lodger; stay temporarily

    put, fix, force, or implant

    file a formal charge against

    provide housing for