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And then there was withered old poni Aniele--who was a widow, and had three children, and the rheumatism besides, and did washing for the tradespeople on Halsted Street at prices it would break your heart to hear named.
I must hear what she has to say--and I should infinitely prefer hearing it in your presence.
There was no sound within the house, there was no sound near them; but far away on the lagoon they could hear the voices of the boatmen ringing fitful and distinct on the calm water.
No one ever sees the Angel; but he is heard by those who are meant to hear him.
When the time came for the porter to depart, Sindbad gave him a purse containing one hundred sequins, saying, "Take this, Hindbad, and go home, but to-morrow come again and you shall hear more of my adventures.
The young fellows saw all this going on, but did not hear the two of them say anything to each other.
The knives and forks clattered on, and presently I burst out crying because they had not heard me, and I knew that I could never make them hear.
He said something more, but Rostov did not wait to hear it and rode away.
Would that he could hear us, but we are not really on the island, and he passes by, biting his knuckles.
He tried to hear nothing but the prayers that were being chanted or read, to feel nothing but self-oblivion in consciousness of the fulfilment of duty--a feeling he always experienced when hearing or reciting in advance the prayers he had so often heard.
Her head dropped into its former position on my bosom, and she murmured a few words, but too faintly for me to hear them.
Mosey to have a second opportunity of drawing her own inferences from what she might hear in Miss Letitia's room.