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Sometimes, moreover, he made personal application to individuals, holding out his small black palm, and otherwise plainly signifying his excessive desire for whatever filthy lucre might happen to be in anybody's pocket.
Your hands are slippery, and your knife is slippery, and you are toiling like mad, when somebody happens to speak to you, or you strike a bone.
When we reflected that this was not a solitary phenomenon, never to happen again, but that it would happen forever and ever, an infinite number of evenings, and cheer and reassure the latest child that walked there, it was more glorious still.
Day before yesterday they knew something was going to happen.
But it is a strange experience, to a man of pride and sensibility, to know that his interests are within the control of individuals who neither love nor understand him, and by whom, since one or the other must needs happen, he would rather be injured than obliged.
This is typical of what happens in the down cycle and this is a down cycle that followed such a long period of a strong economy.
The interview usually begins by asking the child to talk about what happens when he or she focuses on a particular issue such as a recent fight at home or school or their parents' impending divorce.
Focus on what happens when you do, not on what happens when you don't.
If that happens it ruins the vision," cautioned Tweedie.
Jacobs: Yes, but now consider what happens with the change of generations.
What happens at sea often happens out of sight, out of mind and out of this or that jurisdiction.
Yes, heaven does have the same outmoded system used in the United States (as Greek mythology teaches us: what happens on Earth happens in heaven; what happens in heaven is recapitulated upon Earth), but instead of employing an electoral college based upon obscure states few can locate on a map, the heavenly college casts votes based upon hierarchy.