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You cannot think how wretched it makes me sometimes--I'm sure I cry about it for hours together--my dear brother is SO good, and so unsuspicious, that he never sees it; if he did, I'm quite certain it would break his heart.
And when they got home that night, she kissed Lucy with a free heart, almost exulting in this scorching moment, which had delivered her from the possibility of another word or look that would have the stamp of treachery toward that gentle, unsuspicious sister.
This was said with no appearance of cunning or deceit, but with an unsuspicious frankness that bore the impress of truth.
Police who initially failed to notice the crook had been murdered and treated his death as unsuspicious for six days are being investigated.
In other words, Big Data may give us the opportunity to move the needle, transforming what today are cell counters into potential diagnostic aids which may be critical to begin alerting a yet unsuspicious clinician to the possibility of a certain diagnosis.
But what followed an unsuspicious afterschool meal with friends was a long smoking session - a daily ritual for many.
With a new health insurance regime expected within five months in Qatar, the new laboratory will facilitate easy screening to acquaint even the silent, unsuspicious patients about their vulnerability to cardiovascular diseases and help them prepare themselves to prevent it", Dr Khalid added.
Indeed, most episodes seemed to consist of the grumpy pathologist spotting something fishy in an otherwise unsuspicious death before promptly sailing off in his speed boat to get to the bottom of it - all the while asking his long-suffering lab buddy Sam to 'cover for him' should his perma-furious boss ask where he's gone yet again.
EXCESSIVE AMOUNTS OF OTHERWISE UNSUSPICIOUS NORMAL HOUSEHOLD ITEMS.
But Felicity, who had a son with Webster, added: "I think that he will always continue to pose a threat to unsuspicious people whom he encounters and befriends.
I understand the Northern League's fears, but I don't understand why non-Arab money would be unsuspicious and Arab money is suspicious," Mr.
With repeated reading of the work, such passages also affect the reception of other sections of the text which at first glance perhaps seem unsuspicious.