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Dantes was so exhausted that the exclamation of joy he uttered was mistaken for a sigh.
When the colonel showed her the lump of sugar, holding it between the thumb and forefinger of his right hand, she again uttered her little wild cry, and sprang toward him; then she stopped, struggling against the instinctive fear he caused her; she looked at the sugar and turned away her head alternately, precisely like a dog whose master forbids him to touch his food until he has said a letter of the alphabet which he slowly repeats.
The young lady uttered a cry of surprise, and for a few moments they were so still that the listener could distinctly hear them breathe.
The words were barely uttered, when he encountered a savage of gigantic stature, of the fiercest mien.
The lawyer was also charged with another count of handling stolen property and uttering false documents and it was also alleged that she uttered a forged document to the Salad Boru the Makueni IEBC Returning officer.
He then allegedly threw her to the ground and against furniture, made threats to cause damage to property, uttered demands before placing the alleged victim in a headlock.
Fiery NLEX coach Yeng Guiao was fined P11,000 by Philippine Basketball Association officer-in-charge Willie Marcial for an obscene gesture but was cleared by the league on allegations of San Miguel Beer point guard Chris Ross that he uttered a racist remark in their Philippine Cup game on Friday night.
If the situation reaches the level of divorce, then in the first instance, talaq should be uttered only once.
The sentiments being uttered by Obama and Cameron mirror those by Bush and Blair a decade ago, the same bland assurances, expressed with such self-confidence but without evidence to make it stick.
Awan had uttered derogatory remarks against judges after the SC ordered for an investigation by Tariq Khosa into the memo scandal.
London, Jan 29 (ANI): Sir Elton John recently shocked millions of BBC's Radio 2 listeners when he uttered the F-word live on air during a family radio show.
NNA - 26/01/2011 Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Al-Moallem, British Foreign Secretary William Haig, held on Thursday a joint press conference during which the first uttered Syrian preparedness to cooperate with Najib Mikati' s government and accomplish all bilateral agreements to arrive at a higher level of relations.