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It is not your fault, this trouble, and it isn't a disaster either.
The growing remoteness of old age, though it had not diminished her curiosity about her neighbours, had blunted her never very lively compassion for their troubles; and she seemed to have no difficulty in putting the Beaufort disaster out of her mind.
Experiments fell away after two expectant years of this sort of success, the public and then the newspapers tired of the expensive photographic reproductions, the optimistic reports, the perpetual sequence of triumph and disaster and silence.
Arthur's career at the university had been creditable, but certainly not brilliant enough to present his withdrawal in the light of a disaster.
the census performs his work without apprehension of disaster.
Such a disaster meant anywhere between twenty-five to eighty cents, just according to how many of the players ordered ten-cent drinks.
It was not until Ernest and I were back in New York, and after weeks had elapsed, that we were able to comprehend thoroughly the full sweep of the disaster that had befallen the Cause.
I can offer you no consolation, my friend," said he; "your disaster is irreparable.
The deity predicted certain disaster to the presumptuous mortal who laid hands on the sacred gem, and to all of his house and name who received it after him.
I kept close a great while upon the occasion of this woman's disaster.
The terrible disasters at the Ealing and South Kensington laboratories have disinclined analysts for further investigations upon the latter.
Precautions in dangerous defiles Trappers' mode of defence on a prairie A mysterious visitor Arrival in Green River Valley Adventures of the detachments The forlorn partisan His tale of disasters.