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1. Denver had not fooled Rancor.
2. Rancor distrusted Denver and Oak.
3. Rancor was thrilled that he had Oak.
4. They both stopped in front of Rancor.
5. Rancor was communicating with someone.
6. Lisa laughed out loud, but without rancor.
7. I believe that Rancor does this on purpose.

8. The welcome was cordial and without rancor.
9. We will remove whatever rancor is in their hearts.
10. He even referred to Sergey Ivanovitch without rancor.
11. Rancor was succeeding at poisoning Detroit's weak mind.
12. How dare you do this Rancor! the Captain bellowed.
13. The transfer of power had been smooth and without rancor.
14. On the 18th of June, 1815, that rancor had the last word.
15. Of course, in exchange, I’m expected to participate in the rancor.
16. Rancor spoke quietly to the Aviatilian as he looked in their direction.
17. Rancor had directed them to the forest, purposeful with his directions.
18. He is a felon that aims to cause damage, aggression, dissension and rancor.
19. Jody peered cautiously at her to see whether any rancor toward him remained.
20. He slowly pulled his attention away from Rancor and his gaze rested upon Oak.
21. In spite of my personal rancor against the United States government, I loved.
22. Oak was placing Detroit in danger, not just from Rancor but from Kisin's anger.
23. His thoughts were suddenly filled with Rancor and he quickly looked toward him.
24. He left Denver with no doubt, that Rancor and probably his leader were both insane.
25. Rancor had arranged something with Detroit he was sure and it involved Blackthorn.
26. As he started to doze into sleep he wished Rancor could be washed away that easily.
27. Two dangers in one group, perhaps more than Rancor had bargained for on this journey.
28. Rancor distrusted him but then he was certain Rancor trusted no one other than his leader.
29. Rancor wouldn't have instructed him to capture them and they would be safe in their camp.
30. You've always wondered how Rancor could make me leave the city with a group of nineteen.
31. Rancor knows we’re here and suspects us but then he always suspects and he trusts no one.
32. Still, he couldn’t find that out since everyone that had challenged Rancor were now dead.
33. What wife would not have thrown her husband out of bed and closed herself in her rancor forever?
34. Rancor knew that Denver was gifted with the sight and he probably had an inkling that Oak did too.
35. He went through what had occurred in the lounge, namely the emotions that had gone through Rancor.
36. Without rancor, I said, You can be harsh, but I knew he had heard me think harsh bastard.
37. Detroit had been easy to play but he was worried that Detroit was not clever enough to outwit Rancor.
38. Oak's attention was caught by the entrance of Rancor, his expression confident, cloying, and conniving.
39. Rancor instructs in small pieces, so we can’t have all of the puzzle pieces and come to a conclusion.
40. Besides, his brother’s widow had died the year before, still smarting from rancor but without any heirs.
41. Denver knew Flint was on watch somewhere and would see what Rancor was doing but Rancor wouldn't know this.
42. His head twirled around to look at Rancor, who merely gazed back with a slight grimace upon his sallow face.
43. He’d better get what rest he could and ponder the screen and Rancor during the hours of his watch instead.
44. And it hardly seemed fair that he could watch her openly and without rancor, when the separation was his fault.
45. Denver stood alone for a while watching them all, his eyes rested upon Rancor who was openly staring back at him.
46. He’d seen Detroit sat with Rancor as they all ate, his attention completely taken with what Rancor had to say.
47. I believe Captain Rumello will keep us safe for the journey and Rancor and his dog will attempt nothing further.
48. It left Denver with no doubt, that Rancor was working on Detroit to betray the rest of the Citans, especially himself.
49. He knew Rancor was near exhaustion (one of the reasons he’d pushed so hard was to see what physical strength he had).
50. She could n ot avoid a profound feeling of rancor toward her husband for having left her alone in the middle of the ocean.
51. The others always landed knowing their lot, and displaying a sullen rancor which must be beaten out of them on the cross.
52. Rancor was staring at them too, his eyes distrustful and unhappy at their close proximity and apparent leisurely behaviour.
53. By the time he reached Rancor, he approached a fidgety, excited boy; he was staring up at the airship in awe and admiration.
54. Even when they got along, she was never as willing as he would have liked and they could now tease about that without rancor.
55. Rancor finished his perusal of the camp and then satisfied that no one watched he continued to look at something in his hand.
56. Rancor had told him Kisin’s anger was intolerable, not only did he kill but he made sure you suffered greatly in the process.
57. You have nothing to fear from me, Rancor quipped, I have plans of my own for Oak and they do not happen here on this ship.
58. Denver had carefully checked out Rancor to find the screen that he used to communicate with Kisin, the screen he kept hidden so well.
59. He was watching Oak and he saw Rancor start to smile, as Rancor turned away to look at Denver the smile curved into a malevolent grin.
60. He was satisfied with his conclusion that Rancor was not physically strong; obviously he had other means to be able to defeat and kill people.
61. This liberality created rancor among the faithful who had borne the brunt of the whip of persecution as others had run for the cover of denial.
62. Denver believed it was because he was afraid of them both; he’d picked up the fear now and then even though Rancor tried to hide his feelings.
63. At breakfast on the following day Fernanda was trembling, with a look of not having slept well, and she seemed completely exhausted by her rancor.
64. With eyes still blurring in and out of consciousness, he saw Denver and Rancor to his right, in front was Captain Rumello his face red and puffed in rage.
65. Washington used Detroit just as Rancor does and now as you and Denver are! Detroit is a puppet, nothing more than a marionette that can be controlled.
66. Still whatever knowledge he could gain before Rancor figured out what was going on would be enough to help them gain a better stronghold on the situation.
67. As yet, he hadn’t told Rancor that Oak was the Woodlander leader and wondered if he should wait a while before he did or whether he should tell him at all.
68. They were one step closer to whatever Rancor and the Lavat leader had planned and it made him uncomfortable to think what reception they had concocted for them.
69. Nevertheless, the rancor disappeared much sooner than she herself had expected, and then she continued sending the food out of pride and finally out of compassion.
70. His rancor was intensified by the fact that the boy did not appear to be afraid of him, and his mind filled with thoughts of how someday he might change that fact.
71. He could sense the panic in Detroit; his thoughts were wandering to how irate this would make Rancor after he told him and how he would lash out at him in his anger.
72. Now though, this is a problem if they have joined forces with Rancor or could it be that they are the same as us? That they have no choice but to play the game?
73. He reflected on what he’d said to Flint about Detroit; Rancor definitely couldn’t be trusted at any time and he would always be someone to never turn your back on.
74. Should he escape or join forces with Denver to defeat Rancor and his leader? Whether he joined or not, returning to the clan would still be their goal unless they died.
75. Oak knew this was a ploy for Captain Rummelo to control himself, to suppress his boiling blood and his need to continue his conversation with Rancor without hitting him.
76. Under rancor lay preference, selfishness, envy, jealousy and all the personal descriptions that should be replaced by social values like altruism, cordiality, beneficence and mercy.
77. He wrote so many during the first months that at that time they felt closer to him than when he had been in Macondo, and they were almost freed from the rancor that he had left behind.
78. On the night of the vigil for her husband, it not only seemed reasonable for him to be there, but she even understood it as the natural end of rancor: an act of forgiving and forgetting.
79. When she heard it, Amaranta thought of Pietro Crespi, his evening gardenia, and his smell of lavender, and in the depths of her withered heart a clean rancor flour-ished, purified by time.
80. She felt reborn in her heart the rancor that she had felt in other days for Rebeca, and begging God not to impel her into the extreme state of wishing her dead, she banished her from the sewing room.
81. We (Washington and I) discussed the possibilities, and concluded that taking the risk of everyone’s lives was not worth it, as opposed to twenty of us and so we packed up and left with Rancor as our leader.
82. At this point his wits revealed to him that Lord Battleford was the castaway sailor whose attentions to me had alarmed Bridget into writing to my mother for help, and he turned upon the young gentleman with rancor.
83. Nevertheless, we are all (inevitably) summoned to fulfill our roles as citizens with a ―simplistic‖ belief in the Power of Ideas; shedding the vestiges of rancor and hate which has slowly consumed us as a nation.
84. One couldn't put brotherhood in Allah, love in Allah and cordiality in Allah in his heart while it is still full of hatred, enmity, rancor, envy, dislike, and similar diseases that divert from achieving brotherhood among believers.
85. Did ever one Government exhibit towards any people a more bloody and relentless spirit of rancor? Tell me not of petty advantages—of remote, and possibly useful contingencies which might arise from the devastation of those colonies.
86. The only possible explanation for her decline was the rancor she felt because her husband had knowingly sacrificed himself for a black rabble, as she used to say, when the only fitting sacrifice would have been to survive for her sake.
87. Now after we knew that it is necessary for carrying out this first cure "(They) Love those who emigrate to them," which is the beginning to eliminate poverty to have brotherhood in belief in addition to removing rancor and being one unity.
88. The most discontented, the most irritated, the most trembling, saluted it; whatever our egotism and our rancor may be, a mysterious respect springs from events in which we are sensible of the collaboration of some one who is working above.
89. The hatred that she noticed one night in Memes words did not upset her because it was directed at her, but she felt the repetition of another adolescence that seemed as clean as hers must have seemed and that, however, was already tainted with rancor.
90. Although, he didn't want to put them all in danger by not revealing his knowledge, especially if it meant that he and his group would be safer with Rancor, something told him that the Woodlander leader would be of help and Rancor being in the dark would help them both.
91. The acre may produce two sacs, but they are enough for two years because Allah protects and blesses them, but if the acre produces twenty five sacs as we see now and there are mites in hearts like rancor and spite, then mites go to plants and moths come from everywhere.
92. And the consciousness that the insult was not yet avenged, that his rancor was still unspent, weighed on his heart and poisoned the artificial tranquillity which he managed to obtain in Turkey by means of restless, plodding, and rather vainglorious and ambitious activity.
93. As it was they watched, benumbed, as their portrait pictures, the vital stuffs of their mortal greed, rancor, and poisonous guilt, the emerald abstracts of their self-blinded eyes, self-wounded mouths, self-trapped bodies melted one by one from this insignificant mound of snow.
94. The rancor was aggravated six months later when Gaston wrote again from Léopoldville, where he had finally recovered the airplane, simply to ask them to ship him the velocipede, which of all that he had left behind in Macondo was the only thing that had any sentimental value for him.
95. He asked himself: What has that convict done, that desperate fellow, whom I have pursued even to persecution, and who has had me under his foot, and who could have avenged himself, and who owed it both to his rancor and to his safety, in leaving me my life, in showing mercy upon me? His duty? No.
96. I know, sir, how difficult it is to overcome matured opinions or inveterate prejudices; and I know, too, that, at this time, the individual who shall venture to lay open "the bare and rotten policy" of the time, makes himself the butt of party rancor, and strips himself to the unsparing "lacerations of the press.
97. They had never exchanged another word since their disagreeable breakfast of anise in the previous century, and Florentino Ariza was certain that even after he had obtained for his daughter the successful marriage that had become his only reason for living, Lorenzo Daza remembered him with as much rancor as he felt toward Lorenzo Daza.
98. Every time they passed the run-down house she would tell her about an unpleasant incident, a tale of hate, trying in that way to make her extended rancor be shared by her niece and consequently prolonged beyond death, but her plan did not work because Remedios was immune to any kind of passionate feelings and much less to those of others.
99. Some of the very peasants who had been most active in wrangling with him over the hay, some whom he had treated with contumely, and who had tried to cheat him, those very peasants had greeted him goodhumoredly, and evidently had not, were incapable of having any feeling of rancor against him, any regret, any recollection even of having tried to deceive him.
100. Chairman, let me put to you, and to the gentleman on my right, if it be within the compass of any man's powers to detract more from the merit of an administration of the Government of the United States in managing at least one branch of the revenue than has been done by that honorable gentleman? What has he said? I will not repeat his words; to do so would be odious, invidious; but I well know if what he did say had come from the other side of the House, it would have been set down to the rancor of party spirit; to personal spleen; or to want of respect for the White house, or the Red house, or some other house.

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