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  1. And indeed he was; and I should say from the tumult, from the formlessness of it, the tunelessness, the rollick sameness, that never was anybody more so.

  1. Rollicking Richie once.
  2. Here’s to caps and bells and rollicking tunes.
  3. A merry rollicking whistle was lilting up the lane.
  4. Wayne went rollicking backwards where he lost his balance.
  5. He had them brought to his office for a deserved rollicking.
  6. They were louder, more rollicking than any I had heard him produce.
  7. He mimed both her attack and Jesus’ futile self-defense until they were both rollicking.
  8. What’s so funny? she asked although his mirth was infectious and she too began rollicking.
  9. Nidon went ahead and allowed himself a good, deep, rollicking belly laugh, slapping thigh and desk.
  10. Which was the occasion, says Mr Vincent, of the composing by a boatswain of that rollicking chanty:.
  11. At that instant the chorus of Mokroe began singing in the room on the left—a rollicking dance song.
  12. Rolling over her rollicking legs, he made his way to her chink to probe its depth through his protruding tongue.
  13. A lady! where did you fish her out? and he whistled in so rollicking a manner, that the rest burst out laughing.
  14. The rollicking college airs he was accustomed to whistle with more vigor than accuracy gave place to Tell Me, Pretty Maiden, and Annie Laurie.
  15. At that time, I really missed my school days; I missed all my friends; I missed fun and feast along with my friends; I missed all my rollicking moments.
  16. Several other women also chimed in, with an animus which none of them would have been so fatuous as to show but for the rollicking evening they had passed.
  17. Morning came, eventually, and by ten or eleven o'clock a giddy and rollicking company were gathered at Judge Thatcher's, and everything was ready for a start.
  18. Doubtless some of Tess d'Urberville's mailed ancestors rollicking home from a fray had dealt the same measure even more ruthlessly towards peasant girls of their time.
  19. As he began feeling the softness of her belly, she felt fascinated by the firmness of his touch and as his hands probed the contours of her bottom, she found herself rollicking in anticipation.
  20. The rollicking fun of the juniors, the rivalry among the seniors, the school elections, the football match, are told in such a forcible manner that the tale will prove a source of delight to all boys—young and old.
  21. She remembered him coming home from Charleston and Atlanta laden with gifts that were never appropriate, remembered too, with a faint smile through tears, how he jumping fences, his rollicking voice raised in The Wearin’ o’ the Green.
  22. Then she’d chosen a juicy, rollicking book she knew she’d enjoy, and given everyone heaps of time to read it, before realizing that everyone would have a turn choosing a book, and so she’d probably end up having to wade through some awful, worthy tomes.
  23. Now could I turn Cossack like Lukashka, and steal horses, get drunk on chikhir, sing rollicking songs, kill people, and when drunk climb in at her window for the night without a thought of who and what I am, it would be different: then we might understand one another and I might be happy.
  24. The Force spells selected their targets, drew sufficient power to have the intended effect on each one, pierced their targets’ Shields as hair-thin bolts, then expanded into spheres half the size of the target’s head and struck them each a rollicking blow to the face, knocking them half-unconscious.
  25. Nat Goodwin and his wife, Hackett and Mary Mannering—when they can meet—Sir Henry Irving, De Wolf Hopper, Miss Annie Russell, bowing to Charles Richman out of a cab, Amelia Bingham, Joseph Jefferson, whose only fault is that he isn’t immortal, and funny, rollicking Fay Templeton, humming a new coon song—old favorites and new ones, you may see them going to supper at the Lambs’ Club, the Players, the Waldorf, Delmonico’s, Sherry’s, any evening they are in town.
  26. Of course they couldn’t let these Martians go to hell, could they? With a compromise to their consciences, could they go back to the new colonial towns, those towns so full of sinful gullets and women with scintilla eyes and white oyster bodies rollicking in beds with lonely laborers? Wasn’t that the place for the Fathers? Wasn’t this trek into the hills merely a personal whim? Was he really thinking of God’s Church, or was he quenching the thirst of a spongelike curiosity? Those blue round globes of St.
  27. But the third Emir, now seeing himself all alone on the quarter-deck, seems to feel relieved from some curious restraint; for, tipping all sorts of knowing winks in all sorts of directions, and kicking off his shoes, he strikes into a sharp but noiseless squall of a hornpipe right over the Grand Turk's head; and then, by a dexterous sleight, pitching his cap up into the mizentop for a shelf, he goes down rollicking so far at least as he remains visible from the deck, reversing all other processions, by bringing up the rear with music.
  28. Of course they couldn’t let these Martians go to Hell, could they? With a compromise to their consciences, could they go back to the new colonial towns, those towns so full of sinful gullets and women with scintilla eyes and white oyster bodies rollicking in beds with lonely laborers? Wasn’t that the place for the Fathers? Wasn’t this trek into the hills merely a personal whim? Was he really thinking of God’s Church, or was he quenching the thirst of a spongelike curiosity? Those blue round globes of St Anthony’s fire—how they burned in his mind! What a challenge, to find the man behind the mask, the human behind the inhuman.
  29. What shall I talk to you about to turn your attention somewhere else, somewhere far removed from that unhappy bird? Shall I tell you about Papa's book, finally refused by every single publisher, come back battered and draggled to be galvanized by me into fresh life in an English translation? Shall I tell you how I sit for three hours daily doing it, pen in hand, ink on fingers, hair pushed back from an anxious brow, Papa hovering behind with a dictionary in which, full of distrust, he searches as I write to see if it contains the words I have used? Shall I tell you about Joey, whose first disgust at finding himself once more with us has given place by degrees that grow visibly wider to a rollicking enjoyment.
  30. Could I mention the hill of beauty that had risen to fill my soul through a lifetime, and myself with a toy sand-shovel doling it back to the world in dribs and drabs? Should I list all my debts to people on stages and silver screens who made me laugh or cry or just come alive, but no one in the dark theater to turn to and dare shout, "If you ever need help, I'm your friend!" Should I recall for her the man on a bus ten years before who chuckled so easy and light from the last seat that the sound of him melted everyone else to laughing warm and rollicking off out the doors, but with no one brave enough to pause and touch the man's arm and say, "Oh, man, you've favored us this night; Lord bless you!" Could I tell how she was just one part of a great account long owed and due? No, none of this could I tell.
  1. Then as we rollicked through the tall grass, a thrill shot through me as a herd of wild horses, manes and tails flying, streamed by, running free as the wind.
  2. Soon, the new couple was cuddled on a chaise-lounge, sharing marijuana, cocaine and conversation that continued for hours into the night and in private intimacy even as the party rollicked about them.

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