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The Curse of Kali

By: Audrey Blankenhagen

... Rosita to keep well away from the boisterous crowds if they did not wish to be pelted with pink dye or powder. ‘Foreigners are a specific target at... ... his rifle at an urchin who was being urged by a man to squirt the English Memsahib with the pink dye. The urchin bolted in fright and Helen just ca... ... souvenir, little sweetheart, so you won’t forget your husband,’ and with a roguish chuckle and a pat for Sultana, Gavin left her feeling drained an... ...massage her body, someone else painted the soles of her feet and the palms of her hand with a red dye and placed a red tikka mark in the centre of h... ...ing over Helen when she awoke in her own bedroom at the Residency. The overpowering oils and red dye had been washed from her body and she had been...

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The Snakelex Report

By: Christine Jones

... as Tom gave another sermon on emptying purses and wallets. He received a pat on the back by Fred and Norma at the deacons meeting. Unfortunately, t... ... stay with the church. Getting over his embarrassment, Snakelex received a pat on the back for his efforts by those of the inner circle. The appearan... ...ooking. She did not like long hair on men and assumed his colouring blond dye. He had to be a battler, perhaps one of those pot-smoking Greenies she...

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Deviation : Covenant

By: Elissa Malcohn

...r her to speak she had looked down at the shaggy, filthy head and wanted to pat its wayward curls into place. "I think my daddy liked you," she said... ...ow as well. Watu and his runners boasted their own false chops and pelts of dye. They bustled about, checking harnesses and chains, greasing sprocke...

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Tokyo to Tijuana: Gabriele Departing America

By: Steven David Justin Sills

...domain and like always he watched these unknown men come in and mysteriously pat him on the head in passing. Many of her men felt a twinge of awkwardn... ... feeding him more chocolate than he typically got on a given day, and fixing dye in bowls so that he could color his eggs. She fixed some breakfast fo...

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Encyclopedia of Home Remedies for Better Life

By: Dr Izharul Hasan

... brush your hair too much. 30. When towel drying your hair, don't rub instead pat your hair dry gently. 31. Rosemary Hair Oil. 32. 1/2 tsp. rosema...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...ould be too busy having fun and playing sports themselves. Then nobody would pat to watch any spoiled idiots playing sorts because it is more fun t... ...ed, and as they all praise themselves and each other, and hug each other, and pat each other on the back to show that they all like each other. Th... ...s: that their very clothes were dyed the color of blood. The reason the word ‘dye’ is used stain clothes, is because the sin of killing stained thei... ... playing with the baby, as the baby ceases its angry bawling. Or... "Don't pat her back dear. The baby isn't crying because she has colic." "O...

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The World Factbook: 1987

By: Central Intelligence Agency

...ices 3,737 (1981); unem- ployment 8% (1984) Organized labor: 22 labor unions pat- terned along British lines Government Official name: Isle of Man Typ... ...egal system: based on French civil law system and Islamic law; constitution (pat- terned on Turkish and US constitutions) adopted 1959; some judicial ...

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An Apostate: Nawin of Thais

By: Steven David Justin Sills

... who were selling their fried rice and pork in Styrofoam containers. "Khao pat moo. Som sip baht [Pork fried rice. Oranges, ten baht]" they proclaimed... ...ey had both within the capital city. If prehistoric man could find ways to dye a cave, Laotians, people of a very similar linguistic and cultural dist...

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The First Part of Henry the Sixth. Edited by Louise Pound

By: William Shakespeare

... Salisbury cheare thy Spirit with this comfort, 562 Thou shalt not dye whiles— 563 He beckens with his hand, and smiles on me: 564 A... ... In spight of vs, or ought that we could doe. 635 O would I were to dye with Salisbury, 636 The shame hereof, will make me hide my head. ... ...nt? 989 Som. Here in my Scabbard, meditating, that 990 Shall dye your white Rose in a bloody red. 991 York. Meane time your che... ... Yorke. My Father was attached, not attainted, 1028 Condemn’d to dye for Treason, but no Traytor; 1029 And that Ile proue on better men ... ...ke Wrongs sustain’d in France, 1515 Either to get the Towne againe, or dye. 1516 And I, as sure as English Henry liues, 1517 And as his F...

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The Second Part of Henry the Fourth

By: William Shakespeare

...ow let not Natures hand 214 Keepe the wilde Flood confin’d: Let Order dye, 215 And let the world no longer be a stage - 5 - The Second Part... ...is in these Times? 604 They, that when Richard liu’d, would haue him dye, 605 Are now become enamour’d on his graue. 606 Thou that thr... ...rtaine: very sure, very sure: 1570 Death is certaine to all, all shall dye. How a good Yoke 1571 of Bullocks at Stamford Fayre? - 35 - The Se... ...Thy Life did manifest, thou lou’dst me not, 2638 And thou wilt haue me dye assur’d of it. 2639 Thou hid’st a thousand Daggers in thy thoughts,... ...ooke my heart. If I do faine, 2686 O let me, in my present wildenesse, dye, 2687 And neuer liue, to shew th’ incredulous World, 2688 The N...

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The Tragedie of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke : A Study with the Text of the Folio of 1623

By: William Shakespeare

...Father in the dust; 252 Thou know’st ’tis common, all that liues must dye, 253 Passing through Nature, to Eternity. 254 Ham. I Mada... ...ake Armes against a Sea of troubles, 1714 And by opposing end them: to dye, to sleepe 1715 No more; and by a sleepe, to say we end 1716 Th... ...Flesh is heyre too? ’Tis a consummation 1718 Deuoutly to be wish’d. To dye to sleepe, 1719 To sleepe, perchance to Dreame; I, there’s the rub,... ...e Diuel weare blacke, 1984 for Ile haue a suite of Sables. Oh Heauens! dye two mo-neths 1985 ago, and not forgotten yet? Then there’s hope, a ... ...ll may be well. 2349 Enter Hamlet. 2350 Ham. Now might I do it pat, now he is praying, 2351 And now Ile doo’t, and so he goes to Heaue... ...th’ Ambassadors of England giues this warlike volly. 3841 Ham. O I dye Horatio: 3842 The potent poyson quite ore- crowes my spirit, 3843...

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The Famous History of the Life of King Henry the Eighth: A Historical Play

By: William Shakespeare

... Buck. It will helpe me nothing 292 To plead mine Innocence; for that dye is on me 293 Which makes my whit’st part, black. The will of Heau’... ...It would infect his Speech: That if the King 474 Should without issue dye; hee’l carry it so 475 To make the Scepter his. These very words ... ...aue this day receiu’d a Traitors iudgement, 900 And by that name must dye; yet Heauen beare witnes, 901 And if I haue a Conscience, let it s... ...res in Court 1302 (Am yet a Courtier beggerly) nor could 1303 Come pat betwixt too early, and too late 1304 For any suit of pounds: and yo... ...1630 Killing care, & griefe of heart, 1631 Fall asleepe, or hearing dye. 1632 Enter a Gentleman. 1633 Queen. How now? 1634 ... ...e, is that Letter 2717 I caus’d you write, yet sent away? 2718 Pat. No Madam. 2719 Kath. Sir, I most humbly pray you to deliuer 2... ...out a deed to Crowne it. 3431 Would I had knowne no more: But she must dye, - 76 - The Famous History of the Life of King Henry the Eight Shakesp...

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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope Volume I.

By: George Gilfillan

...With like confusion different nations fly, Of various habit and of various dye; The pierced battalions disunited fall In heaps on heaps; one fate o’er... ...s streams a various race supply, The bright-eyed perch with fins of Tyrian dye, The silver eel, in shining volumes roll’d, The yellow carp, in scales ... ...le train; Be mine the blessings of a peaceful reign. No more my sons shall dye with British blood Red Iber’s sands, or Ister’s foaming flood: Safe on ... ...e eye, 250 The flaming rubies show their sanguine dye, Bright azure rays from lively sapphires stream, And lucid amber casts ... ... Parian charms with learnèd eyes: Be struck with bright brocade, or Tyrian dye, Our birthday nobles’ splendid livery. If not so pleased, at council-bo...

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Lyrical Ballads with Other Poems, 1800, Vol. I.

By: William Wordsworth

...n been, And cups, the darlings of the eye, So deep is their vermillion dye. V . Ah me! what lovely tints are there! Of olive green and scarl...

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A Midsummer Nights Dreame

By: William Shakespeare

... case, 73 If I refuse to wed Demetrius. 74 The. Either to dye the death, or to abiure 75 For euer the society of men. 76 ... ...r euerlasting bond of fellowship: 95 Vpon that day either prepare to dye, 96 For disobedience to your fathers will, 97 Or else to we... ... Enter the Clownes. 814 Bot. Are we all met? 815 Quin. Pat, pat, and here’s a maruailous conuenient 816 place for our rehears... ...ugh the wall. You shall see it will fall. 1989 Enter Thisbie. 1990 Pat as I told you; yonder she comes. 1991 This. O wall, full often ... ...f Piramus: 2095 I, that left pap, where heart doth hop; 2096 Thus dye I, thus, thus, thus. 2097 Now am I dead, now am I fled, my soule is... ...e sky, 2098 Tongue lose thy light, Moone take thy flight, 2099 Now dye, dye, dye, dye, dye. 2100 Dem. No Die, but an ace for him; for ...

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The Poems

By: George Meredith

...iend; not thinking How rapidly my girl was sinking. And I remember how, to pat Its neck, she stretched her hand so weak, And its cold nose against her... ...dded lovers must bring good. We question; if we dare! or if we should! And pat him, with light laugh. We have not winced. Next, she has fallen. Fain... .... We had not to look back on summer joys, Or forward to a summer of bright dye: But in the largeness of the evening earth Our spirits grew as we went ... ...Year is raising cry At birth to know if it must bear In history the bloody dye, An English heart, a soldier’s eye, For the old country first will care... ...ror of her lord? Was she childish? was she sly? Was it the bright mantle’s dye Drained her blood to hues of grief Like the ash that shoots the spark? ... ... a plague; to prove on free Hellenes How prompt the Tyrant for the Persian dye; How black his Gods behind their marble screens. 295 SOLON I The T yra...

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The Tragedie of Troylus and Cressida

By: William Shakespeare

... and bran, chaffe and 400 bran; porredge after meat. I could liue and dye i’th’ eyes - 9 - The Tragedie of Troylus and Cressida Shakespeare: Fir... ...2 Ther. No I warrant you, for a fooles will shame it. 943 Pat. Good words Thersites. 944 Achil. What’s the quarrell? 945 ... ...o matter, I shall speake as much as thou 965 afterwards. 966 Pat. No more words Thersites. 967 Ther. I will hold my peace when... ...it 972 stirring, and leaue the faction of fooles. Exit. 973 Pat. A good riddance. 974 Achil. Marry this Sir is proclaim’d thro... ... the question of our place, 1286 Or know not what we are. 1287 Pat. I shall so say to him. 1288 Vlis. We saw him at the opening of... ...llowance giue, 1343 Before a sleeping Gyant: tell him so. 1344 Pat. I shall, and bring his answer presently. 1345 Aga. In second v... ... 1592 But tickles still the sore: 1593 These Louers cry, oh ho they dye; 1594 Yet that which seemes the wound to kill, 1595 Doth turne ... ...lippery too, 1938 Doth one plucke downe another, and together 1939 Dye in the fall. But ’tis not so with me; 1940 Fortune and I are friend... ...compleate courses of the Sunne, 2201 But in mine emulous honor let him dye: 2202 With euery ioynt a wound, and that to morrow. 2203 Ae...

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Don Juan

By: George Byron

...e his venom and his strength. Her brow was white and low, her cheek’s pure dye Like twilight rosy still with the set sun; Short upper lip—swee... ...tle time, Which settles all things, Roman, Greek, or Runic, Swear that Pat’s language sprung from the same clime With Hannibal, and wears th... ...ody ought. But still from that sublimer azure hue, So much the present dye, she was remote; Was weak enough to deem Pope a great poet, And w... ... The devil may take that stealthy pace of his! So like a spiritual pit a pat, Or tiptoe of an amatory Miss, Gliding the first time to a rend...

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Actions and Reactions

By: Rudyard Kipling

... I die in my bed they’ll ‘ave to up-end me like a milk-can. ’Tis all luck, dye see?” He led them on and on, through a maze of back kitchens, dairies, ... ...— Perfect passion and worship fed By a kick in the ribs or a pat on the head. Nevertheless it is hardly fair To risk your ...

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The Pioneers Or, The Sources of the Susquehanna a Descriptive Tale

By: James Fenimore Cooper

...lly, amid the confusion, to the side of the Judge, where, receiving a kind pat or two, he turned to Elizabeth, who even stooped to kiss him, as she ca... ...” interrupted Benjamin; “it’ s Christmas eve, Mistress Remarkable, and so, dye see, you had better call me Pump. It’s a shorter name, and as I mean to... ... for a change in this here climate. I was aboard of one of Rodney’s fleet, dye see, about the time we licked De Grasse, Mounsheer Lor Quaw’s countryma... ...low, mixing a toothful of hot stuff for the captain of marines, who dined, dye see, in the cabin, that there very same day; and I suppose he wanted to... ... is full of water, by giving him rum? Help me to open his hand, that I may pat it.” All this time Benjamin sat, with his muscles fixed, his mouth shut... ...ter of my own. It’s no moon, squire, but only Betty Hollister’s face; for, dye see, sir, hearing all the same as if she had got up a new cargo of Jama... ...too low-rigged to see over the ham- mock-cloths; but I can carry the game, dye see, and mayhap make out to lend a hand with the traps; and if- so-be y...

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