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The end, perhaps, justified him, and I suppose I did not do all that work without getting some strength from it; but I wish I had back the time that it cost me; I should like to waste it in some other way.
She was beginning to like to be out of doors; she no longer hated the wind, but enjoyed it.
Wouldn't some of your girls like to run over, and practice on it now and then, just to keep it in tune, you know, ma`am?
I like to pay my debts, so I know you will allow `the old gentleman' to send you something which once belonged to the little grand daughter he lost.
Anne dear, would you like to have me sleep with you tonight?
Only once in a while, they like to have a special dish but then, who doesn't?
We would like to thank all our friends on Facebook and other social media channels, whose loyalty and support has elevated us to become one of the world's most liked and followed airports," stated Mehra.
While announcing the results for this innovative award, Udit Bhandari, Founder and CEO of Indimoto said: "I would like to congratulate BMW for its new X1 which has won the Indimoto Most 'Liked' Car of the Year award for 2011 and also for the new 5 Series which has finished a very close second.
As a born, bread and buttered Bootle Buck I would like to point out that the vast majority of "the likes of us" in both our post codes (L30 &L20); couldn't give a flying fig to being associated with the "likes of " Mr Ball and it is we in Bootle who wish to leave Sefton.
He likes to go to bed seven cats and he used to like to chase them and herd them up - must be because of his sheepdog instincts.
And, believe it or not, many Virgo guys like to cook, so let him whip up something yummy.
Try reading the letters about The Church Year, What It's Like to be a Pastor, Confirmation and The Apostle Paul.