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Lynde was awful mad the other day because I asked her if she was alive in Noah's time.
Boulter how a person would go about catching a man and she got awful mad and said she dident know, shed never chased men.
Finally all the hatred and maniacal loathing for these awful creatures who had placed me in this horrible place was centered by my tottering reason upon this single emissary who represented to me the entire horde of Warhoons.
Slowly they approached and slowly I shrank back from the awful horror of them.
He was awful scared but I wasn't killed nor my back wasn't broken but my nose bled something awful and kept on bleeding for three days.
She was awful pretty and a young englishman who had come out to make his fortune fell in love with her and they were engaged to be married the next spring.
"Good," said Sir Henry's voice at last, and it sounded awful in the intense stillness, "how many matches have you in the box?"
"Mind where you put your feet, there may be some awful hole underneath," I answered.
Each member of the congregation, the most innocent girl, and the man of hardened breast, felt as if the preacher had crept upon them, behind his awful veil, and discovered their hoarded iniquity of deed or thought.
The man shuddered as he meditated upon the awful gravity, the fearful helplessness, of their situation.
744-757) There stands the awful home of murky Night wrapped in dark clouds.
We were beastly short of all sorts of machinery and our labour was awful. We had scarcely any at first, but Trent found 'em somehow, Kru boys and native Zulus and broken-down Europeans - any one who could hold a pick.