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Jotham's facial muscles were unmoved by this appeal and, his vocabulary being limited, he merely repeated: "I guess I'll go along back.
Had they sent to ask my leave to go, I knew well enough what answer to have given them; for I should have commanded them instantly on board, knowing it was not a hazard fit for us to run, who had a ship and ship-loading in our charge, and a voyage to make which depended very much upon the lives of the men; but as they sent me word they were resolved to go, and only asked me and my company to go along with them, I positively refused it, and rose up, for I was sitting on the ground, in order to go to the boat.
is a public performance on the violin, in which you must learn the instrument as you go along.
So you tend to go along with that, and I went along with a bit of that thinking 'well it's never gonna be that good but I'll do it because I love doing it'.
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The club are asking anyone who would like to get involved with the team, either as players, coaches or helpers, to go along.
But they need help in the form of more men willing to go along and dance.
Well he could go along the route of Saved By The Bell star Screech and star in a porno.
I don't go along with it and I don't think any member of the LMA (League Managers' Association) would go along with it in their right mind.
Residents are being invited to go along to Meriden ibrary on Monday, May 19 to meet Susan East, Solihull Council's local neighbourhood co-ordinator, and police officers.
The question is simple: do people go along with these so-called spokesmen?
The public is being invited to go along and see a new mining museum in South Wales - before it's even been built.