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The rhythmical and, if I may so say, well-modulated undulation of the back in our ladies of Circular rank is envied and imitated by the wife of a common Equilateral, who can achieve nothing beyond a mere monotonous swing, like the ticking of a pendulum; and the regular tick of the Equilateral is no less admired and copied by the wife of the progressive and aspiring Isosceles, in the females of whose family no "back-motion" of any kind has become as yet a necessity of life.
Little woman, even if you did cost thirty millions, you are sure the cheapest necessity of life I ever indulged in.
And yet his passion was real; whatever may seem false about such a love elsewhere, it can be realized as a fact in the provinces, where, manners and morals being without change or chance or movement or mystery, marriage becomes a necessity of life.
Gold is so much of a necessity of life for me, that I have never been without it; I must have gold to toy with and finger.
A survey conducted by this scribe of different orphan houses in the city revealed that orphan inmates have been suffering of various problems including food, medical treatment, getting of education, tours and other basic necessity of life.
The 'Men in Black 3' actor - who has son, Jaden, 14, and daughter Willow, 12, with wife Jada Pinkett Smith - claims he always ends up red-faced when he watches his kids in the pool, but insists being able to swim isn't a necessity of life.
They demanded of concerned authorities to look into the matter and take measures for providing them this basic necessity of life.
It added that the suffering is intensifying day after day following Israel's stubbornace and continued closure of ports and crossings for more than four years as well as the deprivation of Palestinians from necessity of life and their right for treatment.
Wellington, Oct 19 (ANI): A new survey has found that men are more likely to consider technology as a necessity of life in comparison to women.
STAFF at the health club of Liverpool city centre's Marriott Hotel are trying to convince people that fitnessand exercise is a 'bear' necessity of life.
The accolade is "Britain's favourite competition", according to the awards director, Richard Chisnell, who said: "Going to the loo is a basic necessity of life - it is relevant to every man, woman and child in the country.
It's a long, sad day when the Bare Necessity of Life is a super-size bottle of calamine lotion.