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Whilst it blooms, I will keep sabbath or holy time, and suspend my gloom and my folly and jokes.
One to Eustace (of a few lines only), owning that I had helped to nurse him through the dangerous part of his illness; confessing the one reason which had prevailed with me to leave him; and entreating him to suspend his opinion of me until time had proved that I loved him more dearly than ever.
She moved--and there was some subtle charm, Sir, in the movement, that made you look back, and suspend your conversation with your friend, and watch her silently while she walked.
requesting them to suspend the casting of the projectile until the receipt of further orders.
When I approached him he would suspend his work, and with half-suppressed mirth lie along the trunk of a pine which he had felled, and, peeling off the inner bark, roll it up into a ball and chew it while he laughed and talked.
Modestia is a fine virtue," continued the gentleman; "however, as to your speech, I must say mihi secus videtur: yet I am willing to suspend my judicium.
Here therefore the reader must suspend his curiosity.
I request them to suspend their decision until they have read my narrative.
After a long, and, seemingly, a meditating silence, the emigrant, who had, however, seen no apparent necessity to suspend the functions of his masticating powers, resumed the discourse.
BEIRUT: Former Prime Minister Salim al-Hoss urged Prime Minister Najib Mikati Friday to energize the government's work, saying he had no right to suspend the Cabinet's sessions.