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As MDh tauntingly puts it above, "even weak husbands strive to guard their wives.
Chief Big Eagle remembered, "Now he was lying on the ground dead, With his mouth stuffed full of grass, and the Indians were saying tauntingly, 'Myrick is eating grass himself.
For her part, Iseult dismissed Yeats as too old and wom out for real love--"the normal & the ordinary is now to him the Romantic--a dismissal that tauntingly mixed challenge and rejection.
The city lights look tauntingly beautiful and oh so unreachable.
The man wielding the knife said, tauntingly, to the first: 'This is for freedom'.
I speak as a scholar whose first book, Cultural Aesthetics, was tauntingly dubbed "trivial pursuit" by a critic affronted by its focus on the marginal, the ornamental, and yes, the everyday objects of the elite.
Hundreds of young men with emblems of United Russia's youth wing, the Young Guards, also gathered on the outskirts of the square and tauntingly chanted "Putin victory
Hundreds of young men with emblems of United Russia's youth wing the Young Guards gathered on the outskirts of the square and tauntingly chanted: "Putin victory
Youngsters should always be supervised by an adult until they prove themselves trustworthy Also, encourage kids to police those around them, so when a friend suggests something like shooting arrows straight up into the air, or at a songbird perched tauntingly on a suburban power line, they won't succumb to peer pressure.
As the unexpected truth behind Evie's disappearance is tauntingly revealed, the reader uncovers even more dark secrets hidden behind the closed doors of Cloverly Way.
As the unexpected truth behind Evie''s disappearance is tauntingly revealed, the reader uncovers even more dark secrets hidden behind the closed doors of Cloverly Way.