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I must fly away to warmer lands: will you come with me?
resumed Gringoire, growing warmer and warmer, and supposing that, after all, he had to deal merely with a virtue of the Cour des Miracles; "am I not thine, sweet friend, art thou not mine?
It is much warmer in the rooms here than it is abroad at this season," observed the prince; " but it is much warmer there out of doors.
All have secrets of their own," answered Natasha, getting warmer.
It is, I am convinced, a strictly orthodox heart, although somewhat larger and warmer than most people possess.
But if you're coming you'd better put on a warmer cloak,' said Vasili Andreevich, smiling again as he winked at Nikita's short sheepskin coat, which was torn under the arms and at the back, was greasy and out of shape, frayed to a fringe round the skirt, and had endured many things in its lifetime.
The farther we penetrated from the coast the warmer we found it, and we went on and on until we came to a large river that seemed familiar to the Swift One.
But warmer still was the glow that came into his cheeks and burned in his eyes as he saw Dede coming out the door, riding-whip in hand, clad in the familiar corduroy skirt and leggings of the old Piedmont days.
Here now was a sample of it, for he had just been thinking that Rose had better defer her run till the wind went down and the sun was warmer.
The glow was appreciably longer and warmer, the laughter deeper and more resonant.
He who believes in the creation of each species, will have to say that this shell, for instance, was created with bright colours for a warm sea; but that this other shell became bright-coloured by variation when it ranged into warmer or shallower waters.
So, also, every one who has waded about the shores of the pond in summer must have perceived how much warmer the water is close to the shore, where only three or four inches deep, than a little distance out, and on the surface where it is deep, than near the bottom.