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The livery horse was justifiably reluctant to make that leap out and down the bank.
The horse went into a reluctant and stiff-legged gallop, while Jerry followed, snarling and growling wrath at so high a pitch that almost he squalled.
And he found the lord Hades in his house seated upon a couch, and his shy mate with him, much reluctant, because she yearned for her mother.
I wanted to know the cause of it, but she seemed reluctant to tell.
you can't pretend you are reluctant to lay down your work.
The result of a conflict on the open prairie, between a dozen resolute border men, and the half-armed natives, even though seconded by their white allies, was in his experienced judgment a point of great uncertainty, and though far from reluctant to engage in the struggle on account of himself, the aged trapper thought it far more worthy of his years, and his character, to avoid than to court the contest.
10pm, Channel 5 A reluctant, alcoholic superhero ends up the most hated man in Los Angeles thanks to his habit of causing mayhem and destruction while trying to do good.
WEST HAM are ready to sell Carlton Cole to Bournemouth for PS1million - but the striker is reluctant to move to the Championship.
The Rise of the Reluctant Innovator is an anthology of ten true stories of people who created extraordinary social innovations--largely by chance
I believe far more crime is about now because the police are reluctant to fight a lot of crime.
According to the report, "reluctant drivers" are the most timid and most prone to road rage and some of the UK's most reluctant drivers -prefer to stay off the road in bad weather, dislike motorways, loathe night driving and like speed cameras.
Global Banking News-October 16, 2013--Vietnamese banks reluctant to develop new banking services(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.