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  1. I shall rend their hearts.
  2. And her last groan shall rend the azure sky:.
  3. I would fill my mind with thoughts that will not rend.
  4. What God has joined together let no man rend asunder.
  5. Our prayer should be, Oh Lord, rend the heavens and come.
  6. As he slithered inside, I longed to rend him limb by limb.
  7. Naming an evil is all that is required to rend it powerless.
  8. I had to temper her inclination to rend the puny mortals to.
  9. Their huge arms could rend a person in two with little effort.
  10. And you see how Creoles zink of our Rend laughed and shrugged.
  11. It was long since they had first begun to grip and rend his heart.
  12. I would wring my hands, and rend the air with cries of _cui bono_.
  13. In that alone among thy sisters thou, giantess, didst rend the ones.
  14. She would have to make a decision -- one that would rend her heart in two.
  15. Leif and Sigrid, you can help me to rend the rocks with a telekinetic spell.
  16. Indeed the splendent Lingam ye founded at Naraka has begun to rend through thy Noosphere.
  17. Not lightly is the veil rent; yet I will rend it a little, and show you your capital city.
  18. She had no sooner said it than she burst into a dry hard sobbing, so violent that it seemed to rend her.
  19. Oh, that you would rend the heavens and come down, that the mountains would tremble before you! (Isaiah 64:1).
  20. Lord God; I will even rend it with a stormy wind in my fury; and there shall be an overflowing shower in my anger, and great.
  21. Another fierce glare lit up the forest and an instant crash followed that seemed to rend the treetops right over the boys' heads.
  22. He stopped short, half crouching, sword ready, transformed into a savage figure of suspicion and menace, poised to spring and rend.
  23. And last, but not least, your Matron of Honor will be here as a decoy to distract those who would rend your love for Marcus asunder.
  24. They focused the demon wind on speed and strength, preferring to get up close to their opponents and rend them to pieces with their hands.
  25. From the yawns that dug up the dawns fierce words to rend, here is by the grandest Migrator and trail-worn Newsman, a fresh limb of legend.
  26. In every country, myriads of armed men waiting for their masters to give them the signal to fall upon and rend each other like wild beasts.
  27. Whatever I do with its cage, I cannot get at it—the savage, beautiful creature! If I tear, if I rend the slight prison, my outrage will only let the captive loose.
  28. Then the Black Captain rose in his stirrups and cried aloud in a dreadful voice, speaking in some forgotten tongue words of power and terror to rend both heart and stone.
  29. He was about to turn and rend her for what he considered an unpardonable meddling with his affairs, when he saw her eyes fixed on him with tenderest affection and his anger melted.
  30. Ah! Do not say that even in jest! If you were to cease to love me, I would spring after you, I would scratch you, I should rend you, I would throw you into the water, I would have you arrested.
  31. There are dark worlds barely guessed by man, wherein formless monsters stalk—fiends which may be drawn from the Outer Voids to take material shape and rend and devour at the bidding of evil magicians.
  32. I have wrapped it up in mystery and disguise to be sure, but I will rend the veil, I will make an eyelet hole for you, that you shall look through, and behold the insult in all its front of grossness and impudence.
  33. We are told that the harlot who sits upon the beast, and holds in her hands the mystery, shall be put to shame, that the weak will rise up again, and will rend her royal purple and will strip naked her loathsome body.
  34. For the day of the Lord is great and very awe-some; who can endure it? "Yet even now," declares the Lord, "return to me with all your heart, with fasting, with weeping, and with mourning; and rend your hearts and not your garments.
  35. Why had not the winged master come to the aid of its slaves when he struggled with them? Had it feared to come within reach of fangs that might turn and rend it? Craft and caution had lurked in that misshapen skull, but had not availed in the end.
  36. For a time, there reigned, too, a sense of peculiar dread at this flitting apparition, as if it were treacherously beckoning us on and on, in order that the monster might turn round upon us, and rend us at last in the remotest and most savage seas.
  37. Now that my friend here has given you teeth, with which to leave a nasty bite, please allow me to complete your ensemble by providing the claws you will need to rend the enemy and the finesse with which to use them properly with the greatest effect.
  38. Ceaseless hard work and the care of many children do away very quickly with the youth both of face and heart of the poor man's wife, and with the youth of heart go the yearnings that rend her whose heart, whatever her face may be doing, is still without a wrinkle.
  39. When a mass collapses into this roiling writhe of being tortured with one's own impotence to satiate one's appetites, either its governors must lead this ravenous wrath into a war of revenge or it shall rend the State with its agonizing throes of self-dismembering rebellion.
  40. He dared not get up and say, "I am not guilty, the whole story is false"—even if he had dared this, it would have seemed to him, under his present keen sense of betrayal, as vain as to pull, for covering to his nakedness, a frail rag which would rend at every little strain.
  41. In that chamber, where a gaunt, hairy beast of a man in leather breeks squatted gnawing a beef-bone voraciously, stood the machines of torture—racks, boots, hooks and all the implements that the human mind devises to tear flesh, break bones and rend and rupture veins and ligaments.
  42. He felt fangs and talons rend his flesh; flabby cables that were yet hard as iron encircled his limbs and body, and worse than all, something like a whip of scorpions fell again and again across his shoulders, back and breast, tearing the skin and filling his veins with a poison that was like liquid fire.
  43. Then all was peace, all friendship, all concord; as yet the dull share of the crooked plough had not dared to rend and pierce the tender bowels of our first mother that without compulsion yielded from every portion of her broad fertile bosom all that could satisfy, sustain, and delight the children that then possessed her.
  44. I mention this because from the first oak I see I mean to rend such another branch, large and stout like that, with which I am determined and resolved to do such deeds that thou mayest deem thyself very fortunate in being found worthy to come and see them, and be an eyewitness of things that will with difficulty be believed.
  45. His eyes were full of the ignoble happiness of a feeble, cruel, and cowardly creature, which finds that it can, at last, harass what it has feared, and insult what it has flattered, the joy of a dwarf who should be able to set his heel on the head of Goliath, the joy of a jackal which is beginning to rend a sick bull, so nearly dead that he can no longer defend himself, but sufficiently alive to suffer still.
  46. No sooner was the acquittal pronounced, than tears were shed as freely as blood at another time, and such fraternal embraces were bestowed upon the prisoner by as many of both sexes as could rush at him, that after his long and unwholesome confinement he was in danger of fainting from exhaustion; none the less because he knew very well, that the very same people, carried by another current, would have rushed at him with the very same intensity, to rend him to pieces and strew him over the streets.
  47. And as Americans appreciate their heritage of freedom and take stock on this special day of where our country finds itself in relation to the tangled web of despotic nations and nihilistic revolutionaries attempting to snuff out freedom for all mankind, they would do well to consider the so-called cultured despisers of liberty who would rend asunder our preeminence in the world just assuredly as any diaper-headed terrorist but in simply a far more subtle and thus possibly far more seditious manner.
  48. It results, that half a score of men,—or even one man, may demonstrate to people, both by his confession and by his actions, that the terrible evil from which they are suffering is not a law of fate, the will of God, or any historical necessity; but that it is merely a superstition, which is not in the least powerful or terrible, but weak and insignificant, in which we must simply cease to believe, as in idols, in order to rid ourselves of it, and in order to rend it like a paltry spider’s web.
  49. If obligations of friendship do exist, why does Great Britain rend those ties asunder, and open the bleeding wounds of former conflicts? Or does the obligation of friendship exist on the part of the United States alone? I have never thought that the ties of religion, of blood, of language, and of commerce, would justify or sanctify insult and injury—on the contrary, that a premeditated wrong from the hand of a friend created more sensibility, and deserved the greater chastisement and the higher execration.
  50. Don Quixote was present at the entrance of the Judge with the young lady, and as soon as he saw him he said, Your worship may with confidence enter and take your ease in this castle; for though the accommodation be scanty and poor, there are no quarters so cramped or inconvenient that they cannot make room for arms and letters; above all if arms and letters have beauty for a guide and leader, as letters represented by your worship have in this fair maiden, to whom not only ought castles to throw themselves open and yield themselves up, but rocks should rend themselves asunder and mountains divide and bow themselves down to give her a reception.
  51. Miscreant Foulon taken, my daughter! Then, a score of others ran into the midst of these, beating their breasts, tearing their hair, and screaming, Foulon alive! Foulon who told the starving people they might eat grass! Foulon who told my old father that he might eat grass, when I had no bread to give him! Foulon who told my baby it might suck grass, when these breasts where dry with want! O mother of God, this Foulon! O Heaven our suffering! Hear me, my dead baby and my withered father: I swear on my knees, on these stones, to avenge you on Foulon! Husbands, and brothers, and young men, Give us the blood of Foulon, Give us the head of Foulon, Give us the heart of Foulon, Give us the body and soul of Foulon, Rend Foulon to pieces, and dig him into the ground, that grass may grow from him! With these cries, numbers of the women, lashed into blind frenzy, whirled about, striking and tearing at their own friends until they dropped into a passionate swoon, and were only saved by the men belonging to them from being trampled under foot.
  52. Doth rend the region, so, after Pyrrhus' pause,.
  1. The Rending of the Veil.
  2. The silent rending of a white satin glove.
  3. Wringing his hands and rending his beard, he.
  4. With a rending shudder the portal buckled inward.
  5. Used for tearing and rending their prey, she guessed.
  6. But there is no sound of squealing tyres, no rending of metal.
  7. Somehow, his reconstruction was more painful than his rending.
  8. But there was a rending, tearing noise of work going on inside.
  9. The trees, swung by strong arms, smote the timbers with a rending.
  10. A noise of rending and crashing came dully through the ponderous stone.
  11. The parting was heart rending beyond description or conception but Rania.
  12. But here he was combatting a legion of goons bent upon rending him to pieces.
  13. Ship timbers scraped stone with a rending crunch, but Father managed to avoid disaster.
  14. Another rending, tearing crash from above announced the destruction of the main topmast.
  15. Above the crunch of the rending mail, she distinctly heard the snap of the shoulder-bone.
  16. Their claws tried to grab at him but he twisted from one encounter to the next, rending.
  17. With a snapping of bolts and a rending crash of wood, the door splintered and burst inward.
  18. At the thought of this four-letter word, Bob stopped, arms poised for rending, teeth mid-gnash.
  19. Muti, muti, hilfe bitte, muti hilfe Ernst, it was heart rending to listen to and it just went on.
  20. The other dived down the hole, and I heard the sound of rending cloth as Jones clutched at his skirts.
  21. They had learned that it was fatal to divide their forces against such an incarnation of clawing, rending fury.
  22. Instantly there was a rending crash and the jutting ledge gave way, precipitating the pirate back into the court.
  23. It was such a one who had ensnared him in years past and led him to the rending fields at Marshwren and elsewhere.
  24. Then the wall opposite me flashed into a golden yellow and dissolved with a rending thunder that hammered my brain into a pulp.
  25. And then suddenly, with a crashing and a rending, a thudding of giant feet and a panting of monster lungs the beast was upon me once more.
  26. It chronicles Craig's awakening to issues of injustice and poverty as well as the incredible diversity and heart rending beauty of the world.
  27. In the Gospels they appear as causing deafness, dumbness, madness, epilepsy, and exhibitions of violence equal to the rending of bands of iron.
  28. We had turned away from the edge, and had penetrated about fifty yards of close brushwood, when there came a frightful rending crash from behind us.
  29. Groping in a rolling cloud that blinded him, Conan felt a rending sensation of dislocation—and then room and mist and brown man were gone together.
  30. There was a rending sound, as the ship struck rock, an unwelcome grinding accompaniment to the melodic chorus of the dancing temptresses ahead of them.
  31. From beyond the thicket came the noisy crunching of bones and the loud rending of flesh, together with the grinding, slobbering sounds of a horrible feast.
  32. She should have been safe now but there was a rending, tearing sound, the branch broke and precipitated her full upon the head of Tublat, knocking him to the ground.
  33. With a rending, tearing sound, one of the broad, white stones turned over upon its side and left a square, gaping hole, through which streamed the light of a lantern.
  34. With a snapping and rending of bushes and saplings the monster came hurtling through the thickets, and they fled up the rock before him like leaves blown before a wind.
  35. Some were weeping openly, others were rending their hair, literally tearing it out in clumps while still others were biting their own tongues, blood flowing freely from their mouths.
  36. The person started wailing and I shit myself because the sound was not only scary but heart rending as well then a nurse came along and gave him something for the pain and he went quite.
  37. At his summons, wheeling with a rending cry, in a last desperate race there flew, faster than the winds, the Nazgyl the Ringwraiths, and with a storm of wings they hurtled southwards to Mount Doom.
  38. I had felt for some time that I was turning her soul upside down and rending her heart, and--and the more I was convinced of it, the more eagerly I desired to gain my object as quickly and as effectually as possible.
  39. I had felt for some time that I was turning her soul upside down and rending her heart, and—and the more I was convinced of it, the more eagerly I desired to gain my object as quickly and as effectually as possible.
  40. The two rolled growling upon the moss, tearing and rending one another in a frightful manner, but it was soon over and my preserver stood with lowered head above the throat of the dead thing which would have killed me.
  41. Then there was a fierce, rending squeal right on top of me, and a heavy blow on my right arm so that I staggered and nearly fell, and I was in the middle of Pall Mall with a taxi broadside on across the road beside me.
  42. Though thousands of miles from Oregon, still when he smells that savage musk, the rending, goring bison herds are as present as to the deserted wild foal of the prairies, which this instant they may be trampling into dust.
  43. The facts supporting this theory he’d spent the weekend dredging up one by one: the graffiti on the tile of the 81st Street station, the exit gate like a barber’s jar of combs, the rending sound it had made as he pushed through it.
  44. And that he, bleeding as he was himself from the lacerations of the violent rending asunder from his wife to whom he had been, as he had told her, devoted, that he should--oh no, it wasn't possible; and she hung her head, shocked at her thoughts.
  45. His war cry rose above the medley of the carnage, and the bewildered but furious Zingarans took fresh heart and redoubled their strokes, until the rending of flesh and the crunching of bone beneath the swords almost drowned the howls of pain and wrath.
  46. A spiritual wound produced by a rending of the spiritual body is like a physical wound and, strange as it may seem, just as a deep wound may heal and its edges join, physical and spiritual wounds alike can yet heal completely only as the result of a vital force from within.
  47. Descended from a race of meat eaters, never in his life, he thought, had he once satisfied his appetite for animal food; and so now his agile little body wormed its way far into the mass of struggling, rending apes in an endeavor to obtain a share which his strength would have been unequal to the task of winning for him.
  48. He reeled drunkenly, and then, with a splintering of bones, a rending of flesh and muscle and a snapping of mail-links, his breast burst outward with a shower of blood, and through the ghastly aperture something red and dripping shot through the air into the Master's outstretched hand, as a bit of steel leaps to the magnet.
  49. Butting then and goring all before him, and mad and wild like an owerdriven steer, he ploughs up the tender furrow all insensible to Louisa's complaints; nothing can stop, nothing can keep out a fury like his: with which, having once got its head in, its blind rage soon made way for the rest, piercing, rending, and breaking open all obstruction.
  50. In the intermediate period, what aspect does a Union, thus destitute of cement, present? Is it that of a nation keen to discern, and strong to resist, violations of its sovereignty? It has rather the appearance of a casual collection of semi-barbarous clans, with the forms of civilization, and with the rude and rending passions of the savage state.
  51. Sailors leaping down into the waist to grapple or smite at the naked white giant hewing like one possessed at the shackles, found themselves dragged down by the hands of slaves yet unfreed, while others, their broken chains whipping and snapping about their limbs, came up out of the waist like a blind, black torrent, screaming like fiends, smiting with broken oars and pieces of iron, tearing and rending with talons and teeth.
  52. He could not tell them what we say now: ‘Why fight, why block the road, losing our own men and inhumanly slaughtering unfortunate wretches? What is the use of that, when a third of their army has melted away on the road from Moscow to Vyazma without any battle?’ But drawing from his aged wisdom what they could understand, he told them of the golden bridge, and they laughed at and slandered him, flinging themselves on, rending and exulting over the dying beast.
  53. He could not tell them what we say now: Why fight, why block the road, losing our own men and inhumanly slaughtering unfortunate wretches? What is the use of that, when a third of their army has melted away on the road from Moscow to Vyázma without any battle? But drawing from his aged wisdom what they could understand, he told them of the golden bridge, and they laughed at and slandered him, flinging themselves on, rending and exulting over the dying beast.
  54. She had brought violent discord into a hitherto peaceful vicarage, thwarted the hopes of a mother, been the cause of a bitter quarrel between her and her son, brought out by her mysteriousness a prying tendency in the son that might have gone on sleeping for ever, entirely upset the amiable Tussie's life by rending him asunder with a love as strong as it was necessarily hopeless, made his mother anxious and unhappy, and, what was perhaps the greatest achievement of all, actually succeeded in making that mother cry.
  55. What right had this one, only because my apparel was scanty, to smile at me and say _prachtvoll_? I was so much startled by the unexpected exclamation from a person who had the minute before been rending the air with her laments, that my foot slipped on the wet planks, I just heard the bathing woman advising me to take care, just had time to comment to myself on the foolishness of such advice to one already hurling through space, and then came a shock of all-engulfing coldness and wetness and suffocation, and the next moment there I was gasping and spluttering exactly as the other bath-guest had gasped and spluttered, but with this difference, that she had clutched the rope and shrieked, and I, with all the convulsive energy of panic, was shrieking and clutching the bath-guest.
  56. He plunged about in their very midst, tearing, rending,.
  2. They plan to rent a.
  3. The rent he gets is.
  4. She helped us rent a.
  5. So they raise the rent.
  6. Rent a box at the races.
  7. He managed to rent an.
  8. Who was paying the rent?
  9. Her cries rent him in two.
  10. Don't buy or rent the list.
  11. Gentlemen that pay the rent.
  12. But the skirt showed no rent.
  13. When he saw the rent in the.
  14. Taxes upon the Rent of Houses.
  15. It's my name on the rent book.
  16. They've run off with the rent.
  17. You have any we can rent?
  19. If rent was a bit short, what.
  20. Rent prices went out of control.
  21. I can’t pay the rent now, Sav.
  22. But I’ve got to pay the rent.
  23. He even helped out with the rent.
  24. We earn th< rent first and then.
  25. At other times they rent them in.
  26. Rent or buy movies that you like.
  27. They rent this place twice a week.
  28. All he had to do was pay his rent.
  29. Screams of the dying rent the air.
  30. He said it was how I paid my rent.
  31. My monthly rent was more than my.
  32. And given the location, the rent.
  33. We don’t have time to rent a car.
  34. I used it to pay my apartment rent.
  35. Obviously rent boys and very young.
  36. I couldn’t pay my rent so I was.
  37. I was going to rent a home on the.
  38. Many resorts have cabins for rent.
  39. The rent and the lumber he had to.
  40. Another rent in the Bill of Rights.
  41. Then an awful scream rent the clamor.
  42. Help with payment of rent and rates.
  43. And how much would the rent be?
  44. First he needed to pay the back rent.
  45. My rent is due but I have no wealth.
  46. Buseth’s orders rent the night air.
  47. I asked why he wanted to rent a car.
  48. Everybody of six persons shared rent.
  49. We stop paying rent, he explained.
  50. But he doesn’t have to pay any rent.
  51. Rent, for the Poor in New Orleans 91.
  52. Rent, for the poor in New Orleans 78.
  53. Mark Webber pays the rent on time.
  54. I don’t think he’s ever paid rent.
  55. Hell, he might even raise the rent.
  56. He was able to rent part of a big two.
  57. One solution is to rent an automobile.
  58. The rent will be paid with paper money.
  59. The book sales helped pay my rent and.
  60. Eric a check for the first month's rent.
  61. The rent on the convention hall matched.
  62. After all, the rent was cheap, and he.
  63. They can afford neither profit nor rent.
  64. I wonder what rent she’ll want for it.
  65. There was a 50 cent fee to rent a black.
  66. And rent was still cheap in those days.
  67. It seemed to refused to rent itself out.
  68. I’ve paid rent for plenty of my women.
  69. He has a very small house we can rent.
  70. He won't rent any of it, and that is all.
  71. Rent free,’ Harry said out of the blue.
  72. They’d fly into Orlando, and rent a car.
  73. At some level, a rent roll is a rent roll.
  75. Looks like there'd be places here to rent.
  76. What's your rent? Thirty bucks a month?
  77. Tip 92: Rent a truck instead of buying one.
  78. She spits that I can not live from past rent.
  79. I will rent a car once we arrive in Seattle.
  80. Rent for land was to be paid to local bands.
  81. He has no rent, and scarce any taxes, to pay.
  82. All bonds of Karma (action) are rent asunder.
  83. Incredibly unique digs with no freaking rent.
  84. Aaron finds a half duplex for rent in Burbank.
  85. Nothing was said about the rent that was due.
  86. I suppose we’ll have to rent another car.
  87. From the scrapes on the walls where you rent.
  88. I've already paid the rent for another night.
  89. If others own themselves, I can buy (rent, etc.
  90. You pay for everything, even rent, in cash.
  91. I’m very rich and I don’t need your rent.
  92. I had estimated the godown's rent as half of.
  93. No, tell me how there can be a theory of rent?
  94. I was late one week paying the rent at Hugo’s.
  95. The light is low rent, forty watt and unshaded.
  96. It will be as good as yours for a minimal rent.
  97. I was hoping for a rent boy with a bow around.
  98. White Horse was, he managed to rent a Honeymoon.
  100. The initial y al eged rent was of 350 euros per.
  1. And as it rends the skies.
  2. The great tumult, echoing through heaven and earth, rends the hearts.
  3. I could have torn him limb from limb, as the lion rends the antelope.
  4. Her scream rends the afternoon peace, just as her cat does to the bird’s throat.
  5. The baron knew that Conan was like a wounded lion that rends and tears even in his death-throes.
  6. He had reached the point where a man tries to make up his mind and to accept that which rends his heart.
  7. He takes me in my dreams and tortures me, grinds my flesh to sand, rends my love and hope from me, and spits and pisses on me.
  8. The unhappy man turned to the spectators and the judges with a smile which still rends the hearts of all who saw it whenever they think of it.
  9. With each divine impulse the mind rends the thin rinds of the visible and finite, and comes out into eternity, and inspires and expires its air.
  10. Shock on the faces of the audience…randy and siblings nod in satisfaction, ebele’s mum rends her hair and wails, sikira and Kemi shed tears, Mrs Graham shakes her head in disbelief.
  11. He rends defenseless women and little children in his lair, but how recently has one of you seen him fight with men? Why, even I, a midget beside him, felled him with a single blow of my fist.
  12. But my vague wish for I do not know what, gentle, and rather sweetly resigned when the accompaniment is Bach, swell suddenly while I listen to them into a terrifying longing that rends and shatters my soul.
  13. The complaint of humanity is as a roll of heaven’s artillery, commencing with low and threatening notes and increasing until the sound is sent from cloud to cloud and the lightning rends the air and earth.
  14. Not only does he cry out in terror, foam at the mouth, and fall like a dead person at the time of seizure, but oftentimes this evil spirit which possesses him rends him in convulsions and sometimes has cast him into the water and even into the fire.
  15. Taut as a sail when the west wind rends his skyways,.

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