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The teru-tero (Vanellus cayanus) is another bird, which often disturbs the stillness of the night.
From a hilltop you can see a fish leap in almost any part; for not a pickerel or shiner picks an insect from this smooth surface but it manifestly disturbs the equilibrium of the whole lake.
This disturbs me greatly; not so much for the sake of my son's affection (though I do prize that highly, and though I feel it is my right, and know I have done much to earn it) as for that influence over him which, for his own advantage, I would strive to purchase and retain, and which for very spite his father delights to rob me of, and, from motives of mere idle egotism, is pleased to win to himself; making no use of it but to torment me and ruin the child.
That he should live to be an instrument of mischief disturbs me; in other respects, this hour, when I momentarily expect my release, is the only happy one which I have enjoyed for several years.
The advent of each of these epochs in the day is proclaimed by an awful gong, which shakes the very window-frames as it reverberates through the house, and horribly disturbs nervous foreigners.
We'll go back, if it disturbs you, Miss," said Bob.
To die - that does not disturb me; we of the service never care for death.
I exclaimed; 'were you not ashamed to disturb the dead?
George, who is patron of us all," said the Sheriff vigorously, "that I will never disturb or distress the outlaws in Sherwood.
Soon he had forgotten my presence, and had plunged into a reverie that I did not disturb.