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All of which life and stir, coming across the stirring water, caught new life and animation from its free companionship; and, sympathising with its buoyant spirits, glistened as it seemed in sport upon its surface, and hemmed the vessel round, and plashed the water high about her sides, and, floating her gallantly into the dock, flew off again to welcome other comers, and speed before them to the busy port.
They went on travelling for two days through a great forest, without food or drink, and without coming across a single house, and every night they had to climb up into the trees through fear of the wild beasts that were in the wood.
With this Teresa hurried out of the house with the letters, and with the string of beads round her neck, and went along thrumming the letters as if they were a tambourine, and by chance coming across the curate and Samson Carrasco she began capering and saying, "None of us poor now, faith
It could be something basic, and easily avoidable, from not turning up on time or not dressing appropriately to simply coming across as arrogant.
I have thoroughly enjoyed driving around town and wandering through the streets on foot and constantly coming across the various incarnations of our lovely mascot.
Although the visuals are impressive, the combat system is far from intuitive, coming across as slow and badly implemented.
Bonner, and ``they'll agree we're only catching a small fraction of narcotics coming across the border.
And given the double life that she leads, coming across as ordinary is just fine.
Then, in 1915, coming across the word Humanism in an essay by Positivist Frederick M.
When I browse though my files in Windows Explorer I keep coming across items called Thumbs.
Du Pre does exactly that and finds Badger was caught coming across the Canadian border with ten thousand valium tablets.