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"But Rose isn't dangerously ill, is she?" he added anxiously, as Aunt Plenty was seen to trot across the upper hall, shaking a bottle violently as she went.
"Isn't my father well?" said Tom, rather anxiously.
This was addressed to the dog with the cap on, who being a new member of the company, and not quite certain of his duty, kept his unobscured eye anxiously on his master, and was perpetually starting upon his hind legs when there was no occasion, and falling down again.
Bulstrode, anxiously but for certain reasons she refrained from adding, "It was very disagreeable to hear him calling himself a friend of yours." At that moment she would not have liked to say anything which implied her habitual consciousness that her husband's earlier connections were not quite on a level with her own.
Ladislaw," said Bulstrode, anxiously. "Doubtless you are startled by the suddenness of this discovery.
Claure said at a technology conference in San Jose California that the company is "anxiously looking at what is happening" as it pertains to the fate of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who disappeared after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last week, the report says.
KARACHI's Green Line Metro, a federally-funded project, is still under construction, while people of Karachi are anxiously waiting for its completion and inauguration as early as possible.
Pam and Les sit anxiously in court Meanwhile, it's the day of Paul's killers' hearing and Les insists to Pam that they go and confront them.
Nawal said she always awaits anxiously for Elissa's latest fashion style and classical looks, according to Laha Magazine.
Married partners who were more anxiously attached produced higher levels of Cortisol, a steroid hormone that is released in response to stress, and had fewer T cells--important components of the immune system's defense against infection--than did participants who were less anxiously attached.
Josh Duhamel is anxiously awaiting the arrival of his first born with Fergie!
Situated after the assassination of Lebanese prime minister Rafiq Hariri, who was killed in a bomb blast, The Mehlis Report is narrated partly through middle-aged architect Saman Yarid, who walks the streets of Beirut while waiting anxiously for the investigation reports of German judge Detlev Mehlis.