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You, who know all the secrets of life, tell me how to charm Sibyl Vane to love me
His sudden mad love for Sibyl Vane was a psychological phenomenon of no small interest.
It was to tell him that he was engaged to be married to Sibyl Vane.
At her departure, it appears, from the best authorities, that she gave the great Chair to her friend Henry Vane.
and these natural vanes must indicate the prevailing direction of the force of the trade-wind.
Henson's scheme, and of Sir George Cayley's, to the interruption of surface in the independent vanes.
This morning we had again some little trouble with the rod of the propeller, which must be entirely remodelled, for fear of serious accident - I mean the steel rod - not the vanes.
A lesser ladder still ascended to a tinier trap-door in the apex of the tower; the fixed seats looked to me to be wearing their old, old coat of grained varnish; nay the varnish had its ancient smell, and the very vanes outside creaked their message to my ears.
Fouquet that myself; he replied, that if he were rich enough he would offer the king a newly erected chateau, from the vanes at the houses to the very sub-cellars; completely new inside and out; and that, as soon as the king had left, he would burn the whole building and its contents, in order that it might not be made use of by any one else.
St Peter's Church Hall, Woolton, will sell its weather vane and a hymnal and prayer book in a Beatles auction which will take place on Saturday at performing arts school LIPA.