go back to


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Only go back to your husband, and I promise you never to communicate with him again on any pretext--never to see him--never to have anything to do with his life or yours.
Go back to that child who even now, in pain or in joy, may be calling to you.
Then why, when you were able to run away, did you go back to him?
You know very well,' retorted Harriet in her turn, 'that I won't go back to them.
Thank God, you earn enough to keep us, though it is sometimes close work to pay for all the oats and hay, the license, and the rent besides; but Harry will soon be earning something, and I would rather struggle on harder than we do than go back to those horrid times when you hardly had a minute to look at your own children, and we never could go to a place of worship together, or have a happy, quiet day.
for she had begun to cry); "I would not go back to the old times if I earned twice as much, so that is settled, little woman.
The official acknowledged that some refugees have returned to the refugee camps after being facilitated to go back to Somalia.
If I went back in time I would go back to the war of 1812.
Also for Mario to go back to Italy to play for Milan was important.
fever And rains this is not your time Go back to Homer's verse Troy
The committee did not go back further because it would have had to go back to 1789 to provide complete equity, and no records of LE Staff date that far back.
I am absolutely convinced that mankind will go back to the Moon," he said.