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*: "What did she die of, Workus?" said Noah. "Of a broken heart, some of our old nurses told me," replied Oliver.
*: In 1971 or 72, Moms sister Carolyn Weimer died of breast cancer.
*: She lived several weeks; but afterwards she died from epilepsy, to which malady she had been previously subject.
*: "Or all of them will die from the plague. Even if most of the candidates succumb. . ."
*: Englishmen are dying for England, Americans are dying for America, Germans are dying for Germany, Russians are dying for Russia. There are now fifty or sixty countries fighting in this war.
*: Less than three days later, Johnson lapsed into a coma in his jail cell and died for lack of insulin.
*: Therefore let Benedicke like covered fire, / Consume away in sighes, waste inwardly: / It were a better death, to die with mockes, / Which is as bad as die with tickling.
*: And there were some who died with fevers, which at some seasons of the year was very frequent in the land.
: She died with dignity.
: He died a heros death.
: They died a thousand deaths.
*: Yes, and his ill conditions; and in despite of all, dies for him.
*: I could see that he was dying, dying for a cigarette, dying for a fix maybe, dying for a little bit of freedom, but trapped in a hospital bed and a sick body.
: The day our sister eloped, she died to our mother.
: He died a little inside each time she refused to speak to him.
: If anyone sees me wearing this ridiculous outfit, Ill die.
: My car died in the middle of the freeway this morning.
*: letting the secret die within his own breast
*: Great deeds cannot die.
*: His heart died within, and he became as a stone.
: to die to pleasure or to sin
: Then there was that time I died onstage in Montreal...
*: If a die were marked with one figure or number of spots on four sides, and with another figure or number of spots on the two remaining sides, it would be more probable, that the former would turn up than the latter;
*: words ... pasted upon little flat tablets or dies
*: Such is the die of war.
: What are ye deein man!
: the pommel is furnished with dees.
: the dees are about.
: I had no shallots so I substituted onion.
: I had to substitute new parts for the old ones.
: I had to substitute old parts with the new ones. (This usage was formerly proscribed.)
: He was playing poorly and was substituted after twenty minutes
*: Accumulation of wealth by this route may substitute for personal saving.
*: Ladies [in Shakespeares age] ... wore masks as the sole substitute known to our ancestors for the modern parasol.
*: Sir said Galahad by this shelde ben many merueils fallen / Sir sayd the knyght hit befelle after the passion of our lord Ihesu Crist xxxij yere that Ioseph of Armathye the gentyl knyghte / the whiche took doune oure lord of the hooly Crosse att that tyme he departed from Iherusalem with a grete party of his kynred with hym
*: Against headache, vertigo, vapours which ascend forth of the stomach to molest the head, read Hercules de Saxonia and others.
*: And he axed his father: howe longe is it agoo, sens this hath happened hym? And he sayde, of a chylde.
*: one that I brought vp of a puppy...I was sent to deliuer him, as a present to Mistris Siluia, from my Master.
*: Obama has been obliged to make nice of late in hope of rescuing the moribund two-state process and preventing resumed West Bank settlement building.
*: Though Washington does not offically recognize Moscow, the Hoover Administration permits a Soviet Russian Information Bureau to flourish in a modest red brick house on Massachusetts Avenue, within a mile of the White House.
*: There are now upwards of 1.4 million 99ers in America facing a life with no benefits and few prospects for finding a job in a market in which companies are still not hiring.
*: "Fellow Democrats," he began, "I left Washington at a quarter of two this morningnb...."
*: Quarter of seven. Fifteen minutes to go.
*: And ther with on his handes and on his knees he wente soo nyghe that he touched the holy vessel / and kyste hit / and anone he was hole / and thenne he sayd lord god I thanke the / for I am helyd of this sekenesse
*: Antigonus [took] upon him to favour a souldier of his by reason of his vertue and valour, to have great care of him, and see whether they could recover him of a lingering and inward disease which had long tormented himnb....
*: I am almost entirely cured of my rheumatism—just a little pain in my knee now and then, to make me remember what it was, and keep on flannel.
*: In Houston, ten minutes after the Lindquist Finance Corp. was robbed of $447, Office Manager Howard Willson got a phone call from the thief who complained: "You didnt have enough money over there."
*: But schemes are perfectly accidental: some will appear barren of hints and matter, but prove to be fruitfulnb....
*: Yet for long spells Villa looked laboured and devoid of ideas.
*: He was kindly treated by the people at Saco, and recovered of his wounds.
*: They wondred all, and marveylled sayinge amonge themselves: Loke, are not all these which speake off galile? And howe heare we every man his awne tongue wherein we were boren?
*: My father was born of a family of weavers in Manchester, England.
*: Nothing may come of these ideas, yet their potential should not be dismissed.
*: Faire knyght said Palomydes me semeth we haue assayed eyther other passyng sore / and yf hit may please the / I requyre the of thy knyghthode telle me thy name / Sir said the kny?t to Palomydes / that is me loth to doo / for thou hast done me wronge.
*: Undoubtedly it is to be understood, that inflicting deserved punishment on all evil doers, of right, belongs to God.
*: The woman who danced for me said she was there of her own free will, but when I pushed a bit further, I discovered that she "owed a man a lot of money", and had to pay it back quickly.
*: He smelled of beer and cigarette smoke and his own body.
*: Two men, one from Somalia and one from Zimbabwe, died of terminal illnesses shortly after their incarceration ended.
*: Lib Dems were appalled by Mr Boles’s offer, however kindly meant: the party is so frightened of losing its independence under Mr Clegg that such a pact would “kill” him, says a senior member.
*: After a good while, the iewes toke cousell amonge themselves to kyll him. But their layinges awayte wer knowen of Saul.
*: she might appeare to be the lively patterne of another Lucrece, yet know I certainly that, both before that time and afterward, she had beene enjoyed of others upon easier composition.
*: The family is ordained of God.
*: Colombia and Venezuela share an elegantly restrained style, with much back-stepping, smaller hand-movements and little use of the elaborate, arm-tangling moves beloved of Cuban dancers.
*: In Blood and Sand, meanwhile, Valentino repeatedly solicits the attention of women who have turned away from him.
*: Somehow Croatia has escaped the opprobrium of the likes of the German Christian Democrats and others that are against any rapid enlargement of the European Union to the include rest of the western Balkans.
*: When this was over, Mr. Woodhouse gratefully observed,—"It is very kind of you, Mr. Knightley, to come out at this late hour to call upon us."
*: Morrisseys spokesperson says he is considering the offer. It would perhaps be rude of him to decline.
*: The mallet is made of a hard heavy wood resembling ebony, is about twelve inches in length, and perhaps two in breadth, with a rounded handle at one endnb....
*: Perhaps symbolically, Van Doesburg was building a house of straw: he died within a few months of completion, not in Meudon but in Davos, of a heart attack following a bout of asthma.
*: His papers at this period contain a mass of very unedifying and uninteresting documentsnb....
*: Id expected to be confronted by oodles of barely suppressed tension and leather-clad, pouty-mouthed, large-haired sexiness; the visual shorthand of rock gods in general, and Jon Bon Jovi in particular.
*: This having the rainy month of March and April to water it, sprung up very pleasantly, and yielded a very good cropnb....
*: In his studio in the Behlendorf woods, near the Baltic city of Lübeck, Günter Grass reflects on the outcry over his fictive memoir Peeling the Onion.
*: As he swallowed the soup his heart warmed to this fool of a girl.
*: "Im having a bitch of a day," he says, after ordering a restorative pint of Guinness and flopping down in a seat by the front window.
*: he spoke of his uncle with warm regard, was fond of talking of himnb....
*: "You must not judge of Celias feeling from mine. I think she likes these small pets."
*: while producing Cook, which includes more than 250 seasonal recipes by 80 different chefs, we washed up more than 500 times (oh, how I dreamed of dishwashers).
*: Recession and rising unemployment have put paid to most thoughts of further EU enlargement.
*: The same secludedness and isolation to which the schoolmaster whale betakes himself in his advancing years, is true of all aged Sperm Whales.
*: But as for me said sire Gareth I medle not of their maters therfore there is none of them that loueth me / And for I vnderstande they be murtherers of good knyghtes I lefte theyre company
*: The dead bodies of the Koreish were despoiled and insulted; two of the most obnoxious prisoners were punished with deathnb....
*: Many of the civilisational achievements of Mesopotamia are the product of that symbiosis.
*: everyone, even the ladies of the village, called the dish tzigayner shmeklekh, or “gypsies penises.”
*: That, I think, is the buried core of the outrage people feel most generally.
*: And the folysshe sayde to the wyse: geve us of youre oyle, for oure lampes goo out?
*: My heart aches, and a drowsy numbness pains / My sense, as though of hemlock I had drunknb....
*: Dunning, however, is of the old school, and does not like new faces; so he will have no Irishman at his doornb....
*: He is just what I should have liked a son of mine to be.
*: In its flattering way, the press tried to invest this habit of Bushs with the sense that it was indicative of a particularly sharp wit.
*: The building was erected in two years, at the parochial expence, on the foundation of the former one, which was irreparably damaged by the hurricane of Augu?t, 1712.
*: Thus, as he dressed, the thoughts and the rage of yesterday began to stir and move in his mind again.
*: Within ten seconds, the citizens of New York, Cleveland, Detroit and Toronto were being given first-hand experience of what it was like to live in the nineteenth century.
*: In a much-anticipated radio broadcast the Duke of Edinburgh said last night that Britain will be a grim place in the year 2000nb....
*: The third son, William John (1826-1902), was headmaster of the Boys British School, Hitchinnb....
*: The breasts of young girls sometimes become tender at puberty in sympathy with the evolution of the sexual organsnb....
*: It amounts to knocking on the door of No 10 then running away.
*: And he saith unto them, Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.
*: Antifeminism has been a credible cover and an effective vehicle because the hatred of women is not politically anathema on either the Right or the Left.
*: He was huge, raw-boned, knotty, long of body and long of leg, with the head of a war charger.
*: Still nimble of mind and fleet of foot, Morris buzzed here and there, linking well and getting stuck in at every opportunity.
*: His frank acceptance of the situation marks him as either an innocent man, or else as a man of considerable self-restraint and firmness.
*: No other man has made so deep a mark on his time and on our world unless he has been a man of action, a Cromwell or a Napoleon.
*: She was a tall young girl of about twenty-two or three, holding herself erect and with fine dignity.
*: A police car, traveling southbound at a speed of 40.0 m/s, approaches with its siren producing sound at a frequency of 2 500 Hz.
*: For, sometimes of an afternoon when Miss Pupford has been reading the paper through her little gold eye-glass...she has become agitatednb....
*: If there was a type Ida despised, Sir Claude communicated to Maisie, it was the man who pottered about town of a Sundaynb....
: Ive not tekken her out of a goodly long while.
*: The cab drivers claim he was sleepwalking during the attack has already been supported by his wife of 37 years.
*: "I had a woman up here last week to look at my feet, and when she have been the bill youd of thought she had my appendicitus out."
*: ‘You must of left your door unlocked. Or even open.’
*: "You couldnt of known," Livio says.
: ux|en|Some enjoy spicy food, others prefer it milder.
: ux|en|Can I have some of them?
: ux|en|please give me some of the cake; everyone is wrong some of the time
: ux|en|Some people like camping.
: ux|en|Would you like some grapes?
: ux|en|Would you like some water?
: ux|en|Ive just met some guy who said he knew you. The sequence S converges to zero for some initial value v.
: ux|en|He had edited the paper for some years.
: ux|en|He is some acrobat!
: I guess he must have weighed some 90 kilos.
: Some 30,000 spectators witnessed the feat.
: Some 4,000 acres of land were flooded.
: I want to leave.
: He asked me what to do.
: I don’t know how to say it.
: I have places to go and people to see.
*: To err is human, to forgive divine.
*: To be, or not to be: that is the question: / ...
*: Odds are, BP to get new CEO this year
: "Did you visit the museum?" "I wanted to, but it was closed."
: If he hasnt read it yet, he ought to.
: We are walking to the shop.
*: Driven by a perceived political need to adopt a hard-line stance, Mr. Cameron’s coalition government has imposed myriad new restrictions, the aim of which is to reduce net migration to Britain to below 100,000.
: He devoted himself to education.
: They drank to his health.
: That is something to do.
: His face was beaten to a pulp.
: similar to ..., relevant to ..., pertinent to ..., I was nice to him, he was cruel to her, I am used to walking.
: one to one = 1:1
: ten to one = 10:1.
: Three squared or three to the second power is nine.
: Three to the power of two is nine.
: Three to the second is nine.
: I gave the book to him.
: ten to ten = 9:50; Were going to leave at ten to (the hour).
: Stay where youre to and Ill come find you, by.
: Please push the door to.
*: He went in his room, pushed the door to, without fastening the latch.
: Fuzzy videotapes and distorted sound recordings are not concrete evidence that bigfoot exists.
: Once arrested, I realized that handcuffs are concrete, even if my concept of what is legal wasn’t.
*: The names of individuals are concrete, those of classes abstract.
*: Concrete terms, while they express the quality, do also express, or imply, or refer to, some subject to which it belongs.
*: The first concrete state, or consistent surface, of the chaos must be of the same figure as the last liquid state.
: The office building had concrete flower boxes out front.
: The road was made of concrete that had been poured in large slabs.
*: "...upon the suppos’d m|en|analysis|Analysis made by the fire, of the former sort of Concretes, there are wont to emerge Bodies resembling those which they take for the Elements...
*: Besides cones, Curleys serves sundaes, and concretes—custard with all sorts of yummy goodness blended in, like pecans, caramel, almonds, ...
*: When Nudger and Claudia were finished eating they drove to the Ted Drewes frozen custard stand on Chippewa and stood in line for a couple of chocolate chip concretes.
*: The concretes "father" and "son" have, or might have, the abstracts "paternity" and "filiety".
: I hate grass, so I concreted over my lawn.
*: Just so economics has concreted the concept of capital.
*: The blood of some who died of the plague could not be made to concrete.
*: Why doe they cover with so many lets, one over another, those parts where chiefly consisteth transterm|loge|lang=frm our pleasure and theirs?
: ux|en|The greeting package consists of some brochures, a pen, and a notepad.
: The trains consist included a baggage car, four passenger cars, and a diner.
*: So look about you; know you any here?
*: Let not mercy and truth forsake thee: bind them about thy neck; write them upon the table of thine heart:
*: Therefore I know she is about my height.
*: And he went out about the third hour, and saw others standing idle in the marketplace
*: Behold, to morrow about this time I will cause it to rain a very grievous hail, such as hath not been in Egypt since the foundation thereof even until now.
*: And when Paul was now about to open his mouth, Gallio said unto the Jews, If it were a matter of wrong or wicked lewdness, O ye Jews, reason would that I should bear with you:
*: [It] was held, that the latter requirement was fulfilled by an affidavit declaring that "the defendant was about leaving the State permanently."
*: (Note: This use passes into the [[adverbial]] sense.)
: ux|en|the show is about to start; I am not about to admit to your crime
*: At this assurance the traveller rose, and approached Alice softly. He drew away her hands from her face, when she said gently, "Have you much money about you?"
*: "Oh the mercenary baggage!" said the traveller to himself; and then replied aloud "Why, pretty one? Do you sell your kisses so high, then?"
*: That heard the Adversary, who, roving still / About the world, at that assembly famed ...
*: He had been known, during several years, as a small poet; and some of the most savage lampoons which were handed about the coffeehouses were imputed to him.
*: And he said unto them, How is it that ye sought me? wist ye not that I must be about my Fathers business?
*: RON: And Ill have the number 8.
*: WAITER: Thats a party platter, it serves 12 people.
*: RON: I know what Im about, son.
: ux|en|He knew more about what was occurring than anyone.
*: I already have made way / To some Philistian lords, with whom to treat / About thy ransom.
*: "Ill tell you what, Fanny: she must have her way about Sarah Thompson. You can see her to-morrow and tell her so."
: ux|en|He has his wits about him.
*: Why, then, I see, ‘tis time to look about, / When every boy Alphonsus dares control.
*: And withal they learn to be idle, wandering about from house to house; and not only idle, but tattlers also and busybodies, speaking things which they ought not.
*: He and Gerald usually challenged the rollers in a sponson canoe when Gerald was there for the weekend; or, when Lansing came down, the two took long swims seaward or cruised about in Geralds dory, clad in their swimming-suits; and Selwyns youth became renewed in a manner almost ridiculous,nb....
: ux|en|about as cold; about as high
*: And the children of Levi did according to the word of Moses: and there fell of the people that day about three thousand men.
*: “Heavens!” exclaimed Nina, “the blue-stocking and the fogy!—and yours are pale blue, Eileen!—you’re about as self-conscious as Drina—slumping there with your hair tumbling à la Mérode! Oh, its very picturesque, of course, but a straight spine and good grooming is better.nb...”
: ux|en|to face about; to turn ones self about
*: Mr. Carter, whose back had been turned, turned about and faced his niece.
: ux|en|a mile about, and a third of a mile across
*: Nothing daunted, the fleet put to sea, and after sailing about the island for some time, a landing was effected in the west of Munster.
: ux|en|out and about; up and about
*: John, I have observed that you are often out and about of nights, sometimes as late as half past seven or eight.nb...
*: To my mind, transportation engineering is similar to flying in the 1930s — it has been about for some time but it has taken the present economic jolt to shake it out of its infancy, in the same way that the war started the development of flying to its current stage.
*: Although it has been about for some time now, I like the typeface Sauna.
*: Is not this sudden interest in capturing CO2 — and it has been about for a little while — simply another hidey-hole for the government to creep into?
: ux|en|After my bout with Guillan-Barre Syndrome, it took me 6 months to be up and about again.
: He was safe and sound.
: In horse management a sound horse is one with no health problems that might affect its suitability for its intended work.
: Fred assured me the floorboards were sound.
*: The brasswork here, how rich it is in beams, / And how, besides, it makes the whole house sound.
*: With fresh material, taxonomic conclusions are leavened by recognition that the material examined reflects the site it occupied; a herbarium packet gives one only a small fraction of the data desirable for sound conclusions. Herbarium material does not, indeed, allow one to extrapolate safely: what you see is what you get...
: "How are you?" - "Im sound."
: Thats a sound track youre playing.
: Her sleep was sound.
: a sound beating
: a sound title to land
*: So sound he slept that naught might him awake.
: "I found my jacket." - "Sound."
: ux|en|He turned when he heard the sound of footsteps nowrap|behind him. nowrap|Nobody made a sound.
*: The warlike sound / Of trumpets loud and clarions.
*: It was April 22, 1831, and a young man was walking down Whitehall in the direction of Parliament Street.nb.... He halted opposite the Privy Gardens, and, with his face turned skywards, listened until the sound of the Tower guns smote again on the ear and dispelled his doubts.
*: Sense and not sound...must be the principle.
: When the horn sounds, take cover.
: He sounded good when we last spoke.
: That story sounds like a pack of lies!
*: How silver-sweet sound lovers tongues!
*: From you sounded out the word of the Lord.
: He sounds the instrument.
: The "e" in "house" isnt sounded.
: Puget Sound; Owen Sound
*: The Sound of Denmark, where ships pay toll.
: Cod sounds are an esteemed article of food.
: The whale sounded and eight hundred feet of heavy line streaked out of the line tub before he ended his dive.
: When I sounded him, he appeared to favor the proposed deal.
*: I was in jest, / And by that offer meant to sound your breast.
*: Ive sounded my Numidians man by man.
: Mariners on sailing ships would sound the depth of the water with a weighted rope.
: to sound a patient, or the bladder or urethra
: ux|en|This wine comes from France. nowrap|I got a letter from my brother
*: Orion hit a rabbit once; but though sore wounded it got to the bury, and, struggling in, the arrow caught the side of the hole and was drawn out.nb.... Ikey the blacksmith had forged us a spearhead after a sketch from a picture of a Greek warrior; and a rake-handle served as a shaft.
: ux|en|He had books piled from floor to ceiling. nowrap|He left yesterday from Chicago. nowrap|Face away from the wall!
: ux|en|20 from 31 leaves 11.
: ux|en|An umbrella protects from the sun. nowrap|He knows right from wrong.
: Fred and Jane? They just arrived. Dogs may bark if they want to be fed. Plants wilt if they are not watered.
: I have a car and a truck, but they are both broken.
*: There is no reason to be scared of iguanas. They do not attack humans.
*: Then shalt thou bring forth that man or that woman, which have committed that wicked thing, unto thy gates, even that man or that woman, and shalt stone them with stones, till they die.
*: One thing a nominee earns is the right to pick the vice president that they think will best reflect their vision of the country, and I am just glad I will have nothing to do with it.
*: The boycott, led by Elisha Lim, of a Toronto gay and lesbian newspaper after it refused to use their preferred pronoun ["they"], citing grammar considerations, inspired me.
*: Im angry that were here again, that we have had to tell another mother that their child is dead.
: They say it’s a good place to live.
: They didn’t have computers in the old days.
: They should do something about this.
: They have a lot of snow in winter.
*: But I presume he was expectin to get well right away then. And I dont believe,” he added, energetically, “but what he will yet. As I undastand, thee aint anything ogganic about him.
*: MARY ELLEN is a different case from the others. She has five children and, she claims: "I dont know who they father is. I aint never kept track. They is always another one. You know, I can catch me a guy[.]"
*: They ain’t nothin’ wrong with that.
*: But they ain’t nothin’ in there you didn’t already have.
*: Well, they’s a lot of ‘em didn’t survive, if you believe me.
*: MARY ELLEN is a different case from the others. She has five children and, she claims: "I dont know who they father is. I aint never kept track. They is always another one. You know, I can catch me a guy[.]"
: Are we still on for tonight?
: Is the show still on?
: right on; bang on; not on
: "Five bucks says the Cavs win tonight." ?"Youre on!"
: Mike just threw coffee onto Pauls lap. Its on now.
*: It still gets in the way of her doing things like swimming, and she avoids sleepovers when she&
: turn the [[television]] on
: drive on, rock on
: and so on.
: He rambled on and on.
: Ten years on nothing had changed in the village.
: ux|en|on the table; on the couch
*: I stood on the bridge at midnight.
: Soon well pass a statue on the left.
: The fleet is on the American coast.
: ux|en|[[wikipedia:Croton-on-Hudson|Croton-on-Hudson]], ux|en|[[wikipedia:Rostov-on-Don|Rostov-on-Don]], ux|en|[[wikipedia:Southend-on-Sea|Southend-on-Sea]]
: ux|en|He wore old shoes on his feet.
: ux|en|Born on the 4th of July.
: ux|en|Ill see you on Monday. The bus leaves on Friday. Can I see you on a different day? On Sunday Im busy.
: ux|en|A book on history. The World Summit on the Information Society.
: ux|en|The fruit ripened on the trees. The painting hangs on the wall.
: ux|en|I havent got any money on me.
: ux|en|To arrest someone on suspicion of bribery. To contact someone on a hunch.
: ux|en|On Jacks entry, William got up to leave.
: ux|en|The drinks are on me tonight, boys. The meal is on the house. I paid for the airfare and meals for my family, but the hotel room was on the company.
: ux|en|I saw it on television. Cant you see Im on the phone?
: ux|en|They lived on ten dollars a week. The dog survived three weeks on rainwater.
: ux|en|Hes on his lunch break. on vacation; on holiday
: to play on a violin or piano
: Her words made a lasting impression on my mind.
: ux|en|Youve been on these antidepressants far too long. Hes acting so strangely, I think he must be on something.
: ux|en|Hes acting crazy because hes on crack right now.
: a function on V
: an operator on V
: ux|en|the free group on four letters
: ux|en|A table cant stand on two legs. After resting on his elbows, he stood on his toes, then walked on his heels.
: heaps on heaps of food
: mischief on mischief; loss on loss
*: Be not jealous on me.
*: Or have we eaten on the insane root / That takes the reason prisoner?
: I depended on them for assistance.
: He will promise on certain conditions.
: Do you ever bet on horses?
: Have pity or compassion on him.
*: Hence, on thy life.
: He is on a newspaper; I am on the committee.
: He affirmed or promised on his word, or on his honour.
: On us be all the blame.
: A curse on him!
: Please dont tell on her and get her in trouble.
: He turned on her and has been her enemy ever since.
: He went all honest on me, making me listen to his confession.
*: His blood be on us and on our children.
: Can you on the light?
: They tend to go out on Saturdays.
: It tends to snow here in winter.
: We need to tend to the garden, which has become a mess.
: Shepherds tend their flocks.
*: Theres not a sparrow or a wren, / Theres not a blade of autumn grain, / Which the four seasons do not tend / And tides of life and increase lend.
*: Was he not companion with the riotous knights / That tend upon my father?
*: Being to descend / A ladder much in height, I did not tend / My way well down.
: I’m reading the book. (Compare I’m reading a book.)
: The street in front of your house. (Compare A street in Paris.)
: The men and women watched the man give the birdseed to the bird.
: No one knows how many galaxies there are in the universe.
: God save the Queen!
: That apple pie was the best.
*: Stern and God-fearing, the Afrikaner takes his religion seriously.
: Feed the hungry, clothe the naked, comfort the afflicted, and afflict the comfortable.
: No one in the whole country had seen it before.
: I dont think Ill get to it until the morning.
: A stone hit him on the head. (= “A stone hit him on his head.”)
: That is the hospital to go to for heart surgery.
: The hotter, the better.
: The more I think about it, the weaker it looks.
: The more money donated, the more books purchased, and the more happy children.
: It looks weaker and weaker, the more I think about it.
: It was a difficult time, but I’m the wiser for it.
: It was a difficult time, and I’m none the wiser for it.
: Im much the wiser for having had a difficult time like that.
: ux|en|The mailbox is by the bus stop.
: ux|en|Be back by ten oclock! We will send it by the first week of July.
: ux|en|The matter was decided by the chairman. The boat was swamped by the water. He was protected by his body armour.
: ux|en|There are many well-known plays by William Shakespeare
*: In other directions the fields and sky were so much of one colour by the snow that it was difficult in a hasty glance to tell whereabouts the horizon occurrednb....
: ux|en|I avoided the guards by moving only when they werent looking.
*: "I dont want to spoil any comparison you are going to make," said Jim, "but I was at Winchester and New College." ¶ "That will do," said Mackenzie. "I was dragged up at the workhouse school till I was twelve. Then I ran away and sold papers in the streets, and anything else that I could pick up a few coppers by—except steal.nb..."
*: Players: Can we get there by candlelight? ¶ Gatekeepers: Yes and back again.
*: By the light of the moon, / by the light of a star / they walked all night
: ux|en|I sorted the items by category. By the power vested in me, I now pronounce you man and wife.
: ux|en|Our stock is up by ten percent.
: ux|en|We went through the book page by page. We crawled forward by inches.
: ux|en|He cheated by his own admission.
: ux|en|By Jove! I think shes got it! By all that is holy, Ill put an end to this.
: ux|en|It is easy to invert a 2-by-2 matrix. The room was about 4 foot by 6 foot. The bricks used to build the wall measured 10 by 20 by nowrap|30 cm.
: I watched as it passed by.
: There was a shepherd close by.
: The shop is hard by the High Street.
*: [The helmsman] steered with no end of a swagger while you were by; but if he lost sight of you, he became instantly the prey of an abject funk ...
: Ill stop by on my way home from work.
: Were right near the lifeguard station. Come by before you leave.
: The women spent much time after harvest putting jams by for winter and spring.
: ux|en|He was struck by fear on seeing the snake.
*: Turning back, then, toward the basement staircase, she began to grope her way through blinding darkness, but had taken only a few uncertain steps when, of a sudden, she stopped short and for a little stood like a stricken thing, quite motionless save that she quaked to her very marrow in the grasp of a great and enervating fear.
: ux|en|Not everybody has the same fears. nowrap|I have a fear of [[ant]]s.
*: Serene, smiling, enigmatic, she faced him with no fear whatever showing in her dark eyes. The clear light of the bright autumn morning had no terrors for youth and health like hers.
*: The feare of the Lord is the beginning of [[wisdom|wisedome]].
*:That sacred dread of all offence to him, which is called the Fear of God.
*: Thenne the knyghte sayd to syre Gawayn / bynde thy wounde or thy blee chaunge / for thou bybledest al thy hors and thy fayre armes /.../ For who someuer is hurte with this blade he shalle neuer be staunched of bledynge / Thenne ansuerd gawayn hit greueth me but lytyl / thy grete wordes shalle not feare me ne lasse my courage
*: Tush, tush! fear boys with bugs.
: ux|en|I fear the worst will happen. I fear for their safety.
*: I greatly fear my money is not safe.
*: At twilight in the summer there is never anybody to fear—man, woman, or cat—in the chambers and at that hour the mice come out. They do not eat parchment or foolscap or red tape, but they eat the luncheon crumbs.
: ux|en|People who fear [[God]] can be found in [[Christian]] churches.
: ux|en|I fear [regret that] I have bad news for you: your husband has died.
*: The sins of the father are to be laid upon the children, therefore...I fear you.
*: Fear you not her courage?
: hale and fear
: Go up to the counter and ask.
: Ive read up to chapter 5.
: Are you up to lifting something that heavy?
: Are you up to the challenge?
: Are you up to going to the beach?
: You can make up to five copies.
: Up to that point, I liked her.
: It’s up to you whether to get the blue one or the red one.
: He looked like a man up to no good.
: Its up to the prosecution to prove that the defendant is guilty.
: There’s only one rooted tree with two leaves, up to ordering.