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  1. What is a suitor then?
  2. A maid her suitor shrewdly scanned.
  3. And now he was alone with the suitor.
  4. Although the face was more of a suitor.
  5. Evelyn discreetly sidestepped toward her suitor.
  6. No honest maiden could reject a handsome suitor if.
  7. It seemed as if she had chosen me to be her suitor for.
  8. That Andrastus adored her, not as a brother, but a suitor.
  9. He is not my suitor, Anne said through gritted teeth.
  10. Our secret, because he would be the most perfect suitor.
  11. Rauros witnessed the demise of the Dire Queen and her suitor.
  12. She had a very lovely young suitor whom she was going to marry.
  13. The fact that a suitor was eligible was not enough—not nearly enough.
  14. The suitor addressed themselves to Buffett, the controlling stockholder.
  15. I wish he was my suitor, the child giggled, flopping back on the bed.
  16. Prince Andrew knew Denisov from what Natasha had told him of her first suitor.
  17. Transferring to Branton had put a damper on any prospective Division 1 suitor.
  18. Prince Andrew knew Denísov from what Natásha had told him of her first suitor.
  19. It means when a lady is in the presence of a suitor, she is to have a chaperone.
  20. Scarlett would have been eternally grateful to Will, had he asked her for eligible suitor.
  21. I asked her one time why it was that she refused any other suitor and she told me simply that my.
  22. Her suitor was a man of God – the assistant pastor of her church where my father was the organist.
  23. Once he’d bitten a chunk out of an overly forward male suitor who could now only sit on one cheek.
  24. Her parents tried to find her another suitor, but the men she met were old, disrespectful and dirty.
  25. Yvette sat at her side, in her own small way silently grieving the loss of her lovely, pretend suitor.
  26. Gasping she looked up to behold the face of her Suitor, who had never ceased from His ardent pursuing of her.
  27. Exploited and abused, she was finally old enough to marry the handsome, red-cheeked suitor she'd met at a fair.
  28. At around this time, another gentleman came into her life as a potential suitor, but this too would not work out for her.
  29. She sat amid the chilly circle of her accomplishments, waiting for some suitor to brave it and offer her a brilliant life.
  30. I would advise her blackaviced suitor to look out: if another comes, with a longer or clearer rentroll,—he’s dished—.
  31. Who could be this new suitor? If he were another of the wild denizens of this terrible forest what might he not do to claim her?
  32. He simply did not believe in a suitor who suddenly turned up again after five years' disappearance, still less in his speedy arrival.
  33. I ask you to search your Soul for whate’er Humanity and Compassion you possess and grant your Humble Suitor but one further Audience.
  34. For example, in October, 2000, General Electric snatched Honeywell away from another suitor by offering to pay $45 billion in GE stock.
  35. Natasha sat down and, without joining in Boris’ conversation with the countess, silently and minutely studied her childhood’s suitor.
  36. Did she see me as a potential Suitor for her Daughters? ’Twas most curious to me, for something was a bit amiss about her Chatt’ring.
  37. Natásha sat down and, without joining in Borís’ conversation with the countess, silently and minutely studied her childhood’s suitor.
  38. My father has not spoken to me of a suitor, but has only told me that he has received a letter and is expecting a visit from Prince Vasili.
  39. But when the just-weds returned home from their honeymoon, the lost suitor chose to prejudice her man’s mind through an anonymous letter.
  40. My father has not spoken to me of a suitor, but has only told me that he has received a letter and is expecting a visit from Prince Vasíli.
  41. He’d expected her, as Daddy’s obedient daughter, to play along with the chosen suitor, show him the Hamilton-Sweeneys weren’t that bad.
  42. He wrote, imagining to himself what Fermina Daza would have said to him if she had loved him as much as that helpless child loved her suitor.
  43. She hadn’t attempted to contact her husband over the last few days; instead, she saw an opportunity for wickedness with her ever able suitor.
  44. As you so kindly told your aunt, I have a suitor, so you have nothing to worry about on that account, I said, firmly enough to end the conversation.
  45. She had thought each suitor would be more and more alike as they got to the end, but to her surprise she was finding their level of malfeasance to be escalating.
  46. Miriam and Hugh Halsworth (Colbert and Carey), after a twenty-year marriage, are in the throes of a divorce when an old suitor (Zachary Scott) of hers rolls into town.
  47. He told me he heard that another eligible young man was about to propose to her and if I were interested he would go talk to her father to forestall the other suitor.
  48. This development might negatively affect my chances of finding another suitor because those who may wish to seek my hand in marriage could be scared by this development.
  49. The plantation owner confronted the rejected suitor at the tomato plant, but alas and alack, the despondent lad had already consumed one of the supposedly deadly fruits.
  50. Other than a moonstruck suitor, I suppose you appear to be a warrior who has either volunteered or been hired to protect a doddering old merchant from the dangers of the road.
  51. As they settled down, our elders and Austin’s family elders went into exclusive discussion to negotiate and agree on bride price and other items the suitor should present as required by our custom.
  52. She provoked the jealousy of the elderly magnate and told him what she had told her other suitor; that is, she put the matter so that the only way for him to obtain a right over her was to marry her.
  53. Princess Mary’s self-esteem was wounded by the fact that the arrival of a suitor agitated her, and still more so by both her companions’ not having the least conception that it could be otherwise.
  54. King Charles was my suitor and during the overthrow everyone thought me to be dead until somehow somebody stumbled into the hedge and heard the story from one of my faerie godmothers… probably Luisa.
  55. One Au-gust afternoon, overcome by the unbearable weight of her own obstinacy, Amaranta locked herself in her bedroom to weep over her solitude unto death after giving her final answer to her tenacious suitor:.
  56. She was interested at first, even elevating her large breasts so that her suitor could have a better look at what she was selling, but eventually her back slumped and her face went into an involuntary state of scrunching.
  57. He slipped it under the door as he passed Fermina’s bedroom, and she never understood how it had come there, since it was inconceivable to her that her father had changed so much that he would bring her a letter from a suitor.
  58. The thing to do was clearly to bring the business to an end in such a dramatic manner that it would leave a permanent impression upon the young lady’s mind and prevent her from looking upon any other suitor for some time to come.
  59. The fact was that more and more people who ventured into the Forest seemed to be aware of their innocent little habit of devouring their lover, and it had reached the stage where as often as not their potential suitor turned them down.
  60. But Sir James Chettam was no longer the diffident and acquiescent suitor: he was the anxious brother-in-law, with a devout admiration for his sister, but with a constant alarm lest she should fall under some new illusion almost as bad as marrying Casaubon.
  61. Moreover, the Rostovs’ affairs were seriously embarrassed, as the suitor could not but know; and above all, Vera was twenty-four, had been taken out everywhere, and though she was certainly good-looking and sensible, no one up to now had proposed to her.
  62. Moreover, the Rostóvs’ affairs were seriously embarrassed, as the suitor could not but know; and above all, Véra was twenty-four, had been taken out everywhere, and though she was certainly good-looking and sensible, no one up to now had proposed to her.
  63. While Cecilia was occupied with world affairs, Charles married another beautiful foreign Princess although the first story he passed down to his sons was that of a long dead Princess who was the fairest of them all and that he, Charles Pendragon, was the favored suitor.
  64. As she wondered whether man-woman attraction could be bound by sentimentality, she ventured on the path of adultery, ‘should Roopa itch for a romantic escapade, then Raja could easily out-tempt every other suitor of hers, given his personality as well as proximity to her.
  65. Those of the circle are orderly satellites, turning an eternal sameness to the attraction they patrol, and as incapable of suiting themselves to a suitor, or of varying their reflection of his passion to a man’s requirements, as of coyness with its quoted sunlight is the cold face of the moon.
  66. Jennings was delighted with her gratitude, and only wondered that after hearing such a sentence, the Colonel should be able to take leave of them, as he immediately did, with the utmost sang-froid, and go away without making her any reply!--She had not thought her old friend could have made so indifferent a suitor.
  67. The journey continued in this fashion until they reached Istanbul where the mother, who was extremely pleased with her daughter’s suitor, set about writing the journey report and filled it with statements of great praise and gratitude to her son-in-law, the leader of the trip, the dignified, high- born officer, Mohammad Amin.
  68. She could bear that the chief pleasures of her tenderness should lie in memory, and the idea of marriage came to her solely as a repulsive proposition from some suitor of whom she at present knew nothing, but whose merits, as seen by her friends, would be a source of torment to her:—"somebody who will manage your property for you, my dear," was Mr.
  69. She told of an accident they had had on her condition, and immediately after that informed them that she had left all her clothes in Petersburg and that heaven knew what she would have to dress in here; and that Andrew had quite changed, and that Kitty Odyntsova had married an old man, and that there was a suitor for Mary, a real one, but that they would talk of that later.
  70. But that is what she did at a crucial moment in her life, giving no importance whatsoever to the handsomeness of her suitor, or his legendary wealth, or his youthful glory, or any of his numerous virtues; rather, she was stunned by the fear of an opportunity slipping away, and by the imminence of her twenty-first birthday, which was her private time limit for surrendering to fate.
  71. It may be heartbreaking to have your first “serious young man” leave you at the smiles of a pretty widow with blond hair; but, after all, by showing how truly noble you are, you may some day crush your rival and bring your suitor to your knees, crying, “Peccavi!” It’s bad to learn he’s a heartbreaker, but, after all, then there’s all the more incentive to break his heart.
  72. Ah, Arkasha, if you knew how hard it was to keep it from you; but I was afraid, afraid to speak! I thought it would all go wrong, and you know I was in love, Arkasha! My God! my God! You see this was the trouble," he began, pausing continually from agitation, "she had a suitor a year ago, but he was suddenly ordered somewhere; I knew him—he was a fellow, bless him! Well, he did not write at all, he simply vanished.
  73. Isabella and he had had an hour's interview, during which he tried to elicit from her some sentiment of proper horror for Heathcliff's advances: but he could make nothing of her evasive replies, and was obliged to close the examination unsatisfactorily; adding, however, a solemn warning, that if she were so insane as to encourage that worthless suitor, it would dissolve all bonds of relationship between herself and him.
  74. Isabella and he had had an hour’s interview, during which he tried to elicit from her some sentiment of proper horror for Heathcliff’s advances: but he could make nothing of her evasive replies, and was obliged to close the examination unsatisfactorily; adding, however, a solemn warning, that if she were so insane as to encourage that worthless suitor, it would dissolve all bonds of relationship between herself and him.
  75. She told of an accident they had had on the Spásski Hill which might have been serious for her in her condition, and immediately after that informed them that she had left all her clothes in Petersburg and that heaven knew what she would have to dress in here; and that Andrew had quite changed, and that Kitty Odýntsova had married an old man, and that there was a suitor for Mary, a real one, but that they would talk of that later.
  76. Cruising for casual sex was subtle and omnipresent… a sly smile in shops, a wink and turn of the head on the street, the accidental touch of a hand on the bus, the not so subtle groping among crotchless trousers, business suits and fashion plates in the meat markets of gay pubs where patrons chattered to their ‘in’ group, eyeing outsiders and prospective partners with practised disdain, then hovering alone on the footpath after closing time having rejected one suitor too many.
  77. He could not but wish that Dorothea should think him not less happy than the world would expect her successful suitor to be; and in relation to his authorship he leaned on her young trust and veneration, he liked to draw forth her fresh interest in listening, as a means of encouragement to himself: in talking to her he presented all his performance and intention with the reflected confidence of the pedagogue, and rid himself for the time of that chilling ideal audience which crowded his laborious uncreative hours with the vaporous pressure of Tartarean shades.
  78. The suitor, kissing the hem of the garment again before relinquishing it, replied,.

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