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The words were still ringing in her ears, when he suddenly passed away, with the hurrying crowd.
And then suddenly came a voice in his ear, a woman's voice,gentle and sweet, "If you would try to listen, comrade, perhaps you would be interested.
With a stern bow her father turned from me to join her; but she suddenly slipped past him, threw her arms round me, and kissed me one long passionate kiss.
Christine, who, in her innocence, had not dreamed of such a possibility, suddenly discovered the danger of the game and reproached herself bitterly.
Suddenly his arm straightened, and the harpoon was thrown; I heard the sonorous stroke of the weapon, which seemed to have struck a hard body.
It looked as though it had been suddenly snatched up and killed; and as I stared at the little furry body came the difficulty of how the thing had been done.
I heard the crackle of fire in the sand pits and the sudden squeal of a horse that was as suddenly stilled.
Now I suddenly realised vividly the hideous idea--revolting as a spider--of vice, which, without love, grossly and shamelessly begins with that in which true love finds its consummation.
Then suddenly I came to myself (though that was the only time during the evening's play when fear cast its cold spell over me, and showed itself in a trembling of the hands and knees).
he went on suddenly, gazing at Gania with ineffable malice.
Prince Andrew suddenly decided finally and decisively.
The sinuous tail, undulating slowly at its tufted extremity, whipped suddenly erect.