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said I, seriously, pausing and looking him calmly in the face.
I should like YOU to take me very seriously, Lady Windermere, YOU more than any one else in life.
Well then, setting aside mercenary people, who, of course, are dreadful, do you think seriously that women who have committed what the world calls a fault should never be forgiven?
Because I think that life is far too important a thing ever to talk seriously about it.
According to Rescue 1122, 40-year-old Tanvir was seriously injured when a speeding rickshaw overturned on Sargodha road near Morr Patuwana.
Sharing her experience during a talk programme tagged Omotolaspeaks with @instatoolsap, the actress said one thing that has worked for her and still works is that she takes her job seriously from the begining, adding 'I have never taken my career for granted, because this is what I love doing and I have to do it with all seriousness.
Over the past three and a half years, the number of seriously underwater properties has been cut in half, but we continue to deal with a long tail of seriously underwater properties, and it will likely be another five years at least before most of those remaining underwater properties move into positive equity territory," Daren Blomquist, vice president of RealtyTrac, said.
There were 301 people aged between 16 and 25 killed or seriously injured in road accidents last year, according to analysis of Department for Transport figures.
To take something seriously is to clench our mind on it like a fist.
If one of them smiles as he offers his palm, you'll know he is not taking the football seriously.
In Northumbria, 38 people were killed and 473 seriously injured in 2012 compared to 28 people killed and 439 seriously injured the year before.
He added that the policeman is seriously wounded and been rushed to hospital; while police launched a wide campaign searching for the sniper.