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I felt like a prick.
To prick and sting her.
A simple poison prick Tel.
He was just a stupid prick.
Regardless of what a prick Mr.
No, let the fascist prick die.
He’s sort of a prick that way.

It was like a prick in his side.
Otherwise I’m a real prick.
Prick the base of the pastry all.
He had to be a total prick.
He may be a daft prick, but he’s.
The bloody prick broke the lock off.
Like my prick in the morning?
Norah felt her eyes prick with tears.
He leaned over, his prick still inside.
Prick you? What does that mean?
This was the bastard prick that.
One gigantic prized prick of an animal.
I didn’t want some prick bottling Big.
Unaccountably, I felt tears prick my eyes.
It’s driving that prick of a chef nuts.
Lindsay thought Steve was a prick anyway.
Prick the bottom of the crust with a fork.
Have you done that? Jack’s prick was.
I’m going to kill the prick, he said.
Officer Bennings and he was the biggest prick.
If they prick you, it means illness and pain.
It says here that it’s the man’s prick.
He was a lot like his father – a real prick.
Well, why didn’t the thing prick you?
You can plead your case to the judge, prick.
That's why I like you so much, you little prick.
Has your step dad always been such a prick?
This prick sold out the day he was born.
He was a prick, said Madeline helplessly.
She contemplated the tiny red prick on her finger.
Good, he was a prick, what happened to him?
He’s so foney and then he’s like a total prick.
I gape at her and tears prick the corner of my eyes.
He’s pricking her and not you.
Your pomposity could do with pricking now and again.
When a block is passed the pricking is changed into heat.
Good, now I am pricking myself on the tongue of my buckle.
A strange cold was pricking my skin like a thousand tiny thorns.
She would always feel pricking sensation in her heart whenever.
I nod, tears pricking my eyes as I explain about the pregnancy test.
Initially you can feel other things than heat: pricking (like when.
Can you read it! she says, pricking the blade beneath his chin.
There was a light but sharp pricking beneath the fur across his back.
Every now and then Stelze stopped and looked back, pricking her ears.
He’s only got one leg? I said, pricking into the conversation.
After a few steps she stopped and looked back, again pricking her ears.
And the pricking of the fingers to tell where you are – yeah, not good.
She was rapturous and even the small pricking bite didn’t interrupt her.
She could distinguish nothing but a strength came again the pricking of fear.
Tears pricking in my eyes, I look across at Berndt, still standing by the porthole.
The figure at the stake was very still, yet the black warriors were but pricking it.
This man, Roth Parnell, had always irritated Rad with a pricking that was not the usual.
What?’ Questions were pricking my mind, which was already choked with hesitation and shyness.
Taking a few steps forward, she was overcome with emotion, the first pangs of tears pricking her eyes.
To make it worse for women, affairs induce a feeling of guilt in them, pricking their conscience all the time.
Yet it left him with a pricking sense—not of repentance—but that repentance might confront, might even confound, him.
It is a long and very warm hug; it very nearly undermines my practical non-emotional intentions and I feel tears pricking.
Rostov’s horse was also getting restive: it pawed the frozen ground, pricking its ears at the noise and looking at the lights.
Rostóv’s horse was also getting restive: it pawed the frozen ground, pricking its ears at the noise and looking at the lights.
My sire’s eyes swirled dangerously, pin pricking his whiteness with balls of black, mingling, mixing to make complete darkness.
When I finally reached Spencer I was hot and could feel the perspiration pricking my forehead, a nervous smile plastered on my face.
We may be about to find out, said the Captain, his pointed fox ears pricking up as a growling engine noise came filtering through the air.
As, one by one, we left the room, my conscience started pricking me because every one seemed to be going home on foot, whereas I had my drozhki.
Six attempts to calm his remorse, and the pricking of his conscience, would amply suffice, for these attempts could scarcely have been happy ones.
Recently I have an elderly female patient who complained of pain in her left eye due to pricking sensation in conjunctiva (the white part of the eye).
He could no more resist pricking the conceits, the hypocrisies and the flamboyant patriotism of those about him than a small boy can resist putting a pin into a balloon.
Yes, I have heard something curious on that score, sir; how that a dismasted man never entirely loses the feeling of his old spar, but it will be still pricking him at times.
As soon as He finds that a man is trying to conceal an evil he has done, He wakens a little watchman in his heart, who keeps on pricking the person with a thorn till all his rest is gone.
When the other animals came back to luncheon, very boisterous and breezy after a morning on the river, the Mole, whose conscience had been pricking him, looked doubtfully at Toad, expecting to find him sulky or depressed.
Looking up, we saw fully a score of wild shaggy heads thrust out from the clustering foliage; but before we had time to collect ourselves, another fusilade of feather-like missiles descended upon us, penetrating our thin clothing, and pricking us most painfully.
The bare patch of earth where Sam is buried is showing a fuzz of green as the grass re-establishes itself and I stand there for several moments remembering the times she used to come and lie under the tree while I worked in the garden; I miss her still and the tears start pricking in my eyes again.
But not a bit daunted, Queequeg steered us manfully; now sheering off from this monster directly across our route in advance; now edging away from that, whose colossal flukes were suspended overhead, while all the time, Starbuck stood up in the bows, lance in hand, pricking out of our way whatever whales he could reach by short darts, for there was no time to make long ones.
This horse that had carried the sovereign at reviews in Russia bore him also here on the field of Austerlitz, enduring the heedless blows of his left foot and pricking its ears at the sound of shots just as it had done on the Empress’ Field, not understanding the significance of the firing, nor of the nearness of the Emperor Francis’ black cob, nor of all that was being said, thought, and felt that day by its rider.
Tom pricked up his ears.
Bilbo pricked up his ears.
Not a star pricked the sky.
Something pricked her left wrist.
The landlord pricked up his ears.
But then she pricked up her ears.
Tears pricked the backs of my eyes.
Egg’s ears pricked up at that name.
Needles of pain pricked his insides.
Something pricked at his left forearm.
No pricked finger to make it official.
Ogg gently pricked the deformed wing.
Tears pricked the older woman’s eyes.
The point of a knife pricked my throat.
The coven pricked their ears to listen.
Now she started and pricked up her ears.
His senses pricked up at a foreign voice.
Her veins pulsated, begging to be pricked.
I always have my ears pricked up when Mrs.
Its ears were pricked to catch every sound.
Cherrie has taken a pin and pricked a balloon.
Her gladness collapsed like a pricked balloon.
Her skin pricked and tingled from the shaking.
Finally something pricked the comfort of sleep.
I blinked back the tears that pricked my eyes.
She cried out when the needle pricked her neck.
Sadness pricked at her eyes and she looked away.
Her ears pricked up under her cap of white hair.
Her skin is pricked by his urgent fingers and she.
Isn't it? The voice of her conscience pricked her.
She was alert, her ears pricked and her eyes bright.
The voice was Uthyr’s and something pricked at me.
It pricked my nose and somehow made me feel sharper.
Everyone’s ears were pricked and paying attention.
The wolf sits up, ears pricked and head to one side.
Presently a spear reached out and pricked the victim.
PADDY DIGNAM: (With pricked up ears, winces) Overtones.
Tears pricked his eyes and the gold lettering blurred.
Living, where she pricked her thumb, creating a drop of.
But the pin pricked his tongue, that is why he squealed.
Laughter pricks and picks its way.
His scythe pricks me with a glance.
What’d those pricks pay you?’.
Buck-passing pricks, the lot of them.
I’m glad those pricks finally got what.
You point out the sad pup that pricks up its ears.
The silent mass of pin pricks in the black velvety sky could.
She’s leaning over me and pricks an injection needle in my arm.
Pricks with office jobs and nice apartments who enjoyed slumming at Rudy's.
BLOOM: (Hearing a male voice in talk with the whores on the doorstep, pricks his.
People focus on privacy knowledge of others and have kicks out of the pricks.
To see her gay removes your remorse; if you see her sad, your conscience pricks you.
He and David consider themselves hot shot pricks, and that is exactly what they are.
If you’d wanted better info, my conscience pricks, you could have come out here any time.
Minute issues needed to sound as if they had pricks on the surface that could only get worse.
I want to change the knobs and get easier locks but the Association are being pricks about it.
Salt crystals dried on my forehead causing atoms of magnification like pricks from burning spikes.
If you have to make ten openings there will be about one hundred and twenty pricks, and these very painful.
It’s locked behind a security door that pricks a finger to identify the individual before allowing access.
Wallie, bitterly irritated, saw, indeed, many trifles that he had failed to see before, perplexing as so many pricks.
At first, I felt miniature pin pricks against my temples, but then my skin felt like it was being scraped raw by sandpaper.
The mortification and hurt pride that she had suffered in the library with Ashley and with Rhett Butler were pin pricks to this.
Outside the window, pin-point pricks of brightness flickered against a blackness that seemed to be trying to claw its way into the room.
He held out his hand in invitation and as I inwardly acquiesced I felt my crown chakra being given a quick tune up, and a few laser pin pricks later I was on my way.
Pin pricks of light glittered in the growing darkness, unusual clusters that had me confused until I twigged they were not stars at all but lights from mountain houses.
Hal, she began, but then she was distracted by something, and when Hal followed her gaze he saw three pricks of flickering light appearing out of the nearby forest.
As I say, there's a lot of side tracks I could take [laughter] but I'll just throw them out to you, and if it pricks you, well then ask God to show you what He wants to say.
You need to take the thorns into consideration, with the promise of new hope there may be a few pricks from the thorns, which can be painful ordeals that need to be dealt with.
Seated there at his desk, Bru began to feel a million tiny pin pricks all around the central, fleshy part of his back, mostly below the shoulder blades, going down to his buttocks.
One Christmas Arby sent up to me a spinning wheel with a sharp spindle and a brass plate on the treadle: “GUARD THIS SO SLEEPING BEAUTY PRICKS NO FINGERS AND GETS NO SLEEP,” it said.
What a Wonder is that malleable Organ! It licks, it tastes, it wets, it smooths, it slicks; it causes Nipples and Pricks to stand at attention, and sucks the Savour out of Capons and Cocks.
You kill my people and burn my country for your giggly-ass pleasures, and you think I’ll help you? You’re one of those pricks who came to Nicaragua for a chance to maim and blow things apart.
It was a bright pillar of sunlight not as blinding as the suns though, with a hazy rainbow of all colors on its edges, and a pulsating haze of tiny pin pricks rushing through some sort of invisible shell.
I was too, I thought, because none of us could ever get our pricks in without a great deal of planning and sneaking around, but Arthur was bending his new bride into every position he could invent every night of the week.
See there, senor! Heaven, moved by my tears and prayers, has so ordered it that Rocinante cannot stir; and if you will be obstinate, and spur and strike him, you will only provoke fortune, and kick, as they say, against the pricks.
He followed the faith, desperately trying to ignore the pin pricks of doubt about the magnanimity of his culture compared with the magnanimity of Holland and its temptations shown to him by his new friends who had now brought him to England.
We know the Earth is ill and that society infected it; the only question that remains is will you continue to be a carrier of Eartheart Fever? D2 faded into a single white dot that fractured into a hundred thousand white pin pricks in a 1.
She thought it would do her no harm, for she sincerely meant to write nothing of which she would be ashamed, and quieted all pricks of conscience by anticipations of the happy minute when she should show her earnings and laugh over her well-kept secret.
Their dark companion no longer seemed to be a bundle of shadows stitched together, for now Jai and Ceder could see clearly the hairs of his fur, fine as gossamer, and the pink of his nose, the size of a button, and the points of his claws, sharp as pricks of light.
Used to little petulant exhibitions of temper whose pricks he had felt with no serious wound, tired out and rendered indifferent by the unremitting brain and nerve tension of his life, Warrener yielded passively, and, going into the other room with a sigh of fatigue, sought his deserted bed.

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