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Now the Isanusis, men and women, screamed aloud in fear, and cried for mercy, tearing themselves with their nails, for least of all things did they desire to taste of their own medicine of death.
Catherine, delighted at so happy an escape, spoke her pleasure aloud with grateful surprise; and her companion immediately made the matter perfectly simple by assuring her that it was entirely owing to the peculiarly judicious manner in which he had then held the reins, and the singular discernment and dexterity with which he had directed his whip.
Adieu, Aramis," he added aloud, "adieu; I am going to rejoin Porthos.
Ye said I was no archer," cried he aloud, "but say so now again
She knew that when he thought aloud in this way he would sometimes ask her what he had been saying, and be vexed if he noticed that she had been thinking about something else.
You will oblige me, my dear," he said, seating himself, "if instead of other reading this evening, you will go through this aloud, pencil in hand, and at each point where I say `mark,' will make a cross with your pencil.
Look within, Bwana," he cried, "and you will see what are the jewels of Opar--you will see what the Belgian gave his life for," and the black laughed aloud.
And later, as she read aloud to him from "The Princess," he chanced to notice the stain of the cherries on her lips.
Ol' Villan had a dog once that run away with the wolves," Bill cogitates aloud.
The Farmer laughed aloud and said, "It may be all as you say, I only know this: I have taken you with these robbers, the Cranes, and you must die in their company.
     I chide aloud the little interspace
I must have been a long time in hospital," he said aloud.