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"He does not need to be abashed who so well knew the answer to his plea before the plea were made," she replied, rising and placing her dear hands upon my shoulders, and so I took her in my arms and kissed her.
"That may be," said the Raven; "I did not examine him so minutely; but I know from my tame sweetheart, that when he came into the court-yard of the palace, and saw the body-guard in silver, the lackeys on the staircase, he was not the least abashed; he nodded, and said to them, 'It must be very tiresome to stand on the stairs; for my part, I shall go in.' The saloons were gleaming with lustres--privy councillors and excellencies were walking about barefooted, and wore gold keys; it was enough to make any one feel uncomfortable.
One hall was more magnificent than the other; one might indeed well be abashed; and at last they came into the bedchamber.
Gania certainly did look dreadfully abashed. Colia rushed up to comfort the prince, and after him crowded Varia, Rogojin and all, even the general.
Nicholson digested the vile tidings in silence, and when John stole a glance at his father's countenance, he was abashed to see the marks of suffering.
Fogg said nothing; while Passepartout, abashed, kept repeating that "it wasn't worth telling."
Then everybody laughed and jeered at her; and she was so abashed, that she wished herself a thousand feet deep in the earth.
The people even like me as I go about, and make so much of me that I am quite abashed. I owe it all to him, my love, my pride!
Constable Emmanuel Lamptey was knocked down and killed by a speeding Toyota Land Cruiser with registration Number GG 1382-17 driven by suspect Benjamin Abash, whilst on official duty on the Tema-Akosombo road.
"My client could not repay the loan amount to the bank, which gradually meant a criminal case was filed and he was convicted of fraud and non-payment of the loan," said Mr Bahman's lawyer Mahmood Al Abash.
Italian television would strike an American as a kind of Mad Men recreation of a bygone era, an innocent showcase for housewives' aprons and stocking tops whose darkest and most vicious exhibits would not abash a six-year-old Briton unless earlier in the evening he had been sniffing glue.
Inspector-general of police (internal security) Abash Kumar and other senior officials will question Ansari.