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  1. The bartender was a louse, too.
  2. Always she feared lest some louse had escaped her.
  3. I think you are a total louse, she continued.
  4. Even a louse may be in love, and is not forbidden by law.
  5. He felt an absolute louse for doing it as she had done nothing wrong.

  6. Andy, yelled the louse of a neighbor, turn on stereo with good 264 KEN MERRELL.
  7. Ech, I am an æsthetic louse and nothing more, he added suddenly, laughing like a madman.
  8. Ech, I am an aesthetic louse and nothing more, he added suddenly, laughing like a madman.
  9. Ech, I am an æsthetic louse and nothing more,’ he added suddenly, laughing like a madman.
  10. No more than the life of a louse, of a black-beetle, less in fact because the old woman is doing harm.
  11. A guy called ‘Pappy’ once told me, If they knew what a louse I was, they never would have made me a hero.
  12. Offended at the idea, Lord Ashburn retaliated, I most certainly have not, young man! You’re a louse for even bringing that subject up.
  13. I see, Elizabeth said quietly, puzzled by such a loving gesture by a man she had perceived to be a louse and a monstrous traitor to his wife.
  14. DNA analysis can now be used to much more closely estimate when humans (as with the louse) had split off from the common ancestor of Man and our Simian cousins.
  15. From his blazing house, Listern leaves to laze and louse with the local flavour, passing the road menders and those with a flair for the seven-day wonder that is life.

  16. From his blazing house, Letchard leaves to laze and louse with the local flavour, passing the road menders and those with a flair for the seven-day wonder that is life.
  17. That is why he issued a precautionary firman (a decree) which condemned to death anyone found to be carrying a single louse on his body or clothing when he entered Istanbul.
  18. In spite of all that, his brother trembled with fear, and his face became deathly pale as he knew that only one louse was sufficient to warrant the execution of its carrier.
  19. Whoever would have thought that science could learn anything from a louse? Yet DNA analysis of body lice seems to indicate that it diverged from head lice about 114,000 yrs.
  20. I want to prove one thing only, that the devil led me on then and he has shown me since that I had not the right to take that path, because I am just such a louse as all the rest.
  21. He was mocking me and here I've come to you now! Welcome your guest! If I were not a louse, should I have come to you? Listen: when I went then to the old woman's I only went to.
  22. He was mocking me and here I've come to you now! Welcome your guest! If I were not a louse, should I have come to you? Listen: when I went then to the old woman's I only went to try.
  23. He was mocking me and here I’ve come to you now! Welcome your guest! If I were not a louse, should I have come to you? Listen: when I went then to the old woman’s I only went to try….
  24. You see, dear man, this is not a sewing shop, and I had no proper tools; and, as they say, one needs a tool even to kill a louse, said Platón with one of his round smiles, obviously pleased with his work.
  25. And what shows that I am utterly a louse," he added, grinding his teeth, "is that I am perhaps viler and more loathsome than the louse I killed, and I felt beforehand that I should tell myself so after killing her.

  26. Nekhludoff listened, but hardly understood what the good-looking old man was saying, because his attention was riveted to a large, dark-grey, many-legged louse that was creeping along the good-looking man’s cheek.
  27. And what shows that I am utterly a louse,’ he added, grinding his teeth, ‘is that I am perhaps viler and more loathsome than the louse I killed, and I felt beforehand that I should tell myself so after killing her.
  28. And what shows that I am utterly a louse," he added, grinding his teeth, "is that I am perhaps viler and more loathsome than the louse I killed, and _I felt beforehand_ that I should tell myself so _after_ killing her.
  29. One death, and a hundred lives in exchange—it’s simple arithmetic! Besides, what value has the life of that sickly, stupid, ill-natured old woman in the balance of existence! No more than the life of a louse, of a black-beetle, less in fact because the old woman is doing harm.
  30. One death, and a hundred lives in exchange—it's simple arithmetic! Besides, what value has the life of that sickly, stupid, ill‐natured old woman in the balance of existence! No more than the life of a louse, of a black‐beetle, less in fact because the old woman is doing harm.
  31. And you mustn't suppose that I didn't know, for instance, that if I began to question myself whether I had the right to gain power—I certainly hadn't the right—or that if I asked myself whether a human being is a louse it proved that it wasn't so for me, though it might be for a man who would go straight to his goal without asking questions.
  32. He was a grand gentleman, a great general, and he used to keep a pack of hounds, and I lived many years with him as huntsman; so he, too, set up this microscope ; he brought it with him, and he told all the servants to come up one after another, male and female, and look through ; he showed them a flea and a louse and the end of a needle, and a hair and a drop of water.
  33. The saviour, the former hero, was flying like a mangy, unkempt sheep-dog at his lackey, and the lackey was jeering at him! And I shall never forgive you for the tears I could not help shedding before you just now, like some silly woman put to shame! And for what I am confessing to you now, I shall never forgive you either! Yes--you must answer for it all because you turned up like this, because I am a blackguard, because I am the nastiest, stupidest, absurdest and most envious of all the worms on earth, who are not a bit better than I am, but, the devil knows why, are never put to confusion; while I shall always be insulted by every louse, that is my doom! And what is it to me that you don't understand a word of this! And what do I care, what do I care about you, and whether you go to ruin there or not? Do you understand? How I shall hate you now after saying this, for having been here and listening.
  34. The saviour, the former hero, was flying like a mangy, unkempt sheep-dog at his lackey, and the lackey was jeering at him! And I shall never forgive you for the tears I could not help shedding before you just now, like some silly woman put to shame! And for what I am confessing to you now, I shall never forgive you either! Yes—you must answer for it all because you turned up like this, because I am a blackguard, because I am the nastiest, stupidest, absurdest and most envious of all the worms on earth, who are not a bit better than I am, but, the devil knows why, are never put to confusion; while I shall always be insulted by every louse, that is my doom! And what is it to me that you don't understand a word of this! And what do I care, what do I care about you, and whether you go to ruin there or not? Do you understand? How I shall hate you now after saying this, for having been here and listening.
  1. I wonder: from what was she lousing his head?!.
  2. How could they say that 'Om Haram' was lousing his head?
  3. Moreover, they accused him (cpth) of that "he used to visit a woman called 'Om Haram Bent Melhan' who was the wife of 'Obada Ibn As-Samet', and to eat there; so when he (cpth) visited her one day and ate, she set lousing his head until he (cpth) slept!!".

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