1 Her appetite never dulled, for whenever she remembered the everlasting goobers and dried peas and sweet potatoes at Tara, she felt an urge to gorge herself anew of Creole dishes.
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2 Makes me tired, his everlasting palavering and soft-soaping.
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3 Rats now, doc, forget your everlasting dignity.
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4 With other men, perhaps, such things would not have been inducements; but as for me, I am tormented with an everlasting itch for things remote.
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5 His voracity is well known, and from the circumstance that the inner angles of his lips are curved upwards, he carries an everlasting Mephistophelean grin on his face.
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6 There was no sound abroad except the hooting of an old owl in the top of a water-oak, and the everlasting voice of the sea, that was not uplifted at that soft hour.
7 After all, it is likely the imps would have managed to master my scalp, so a day or two will make no great difference in the everlasting reckoning of time.
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8 Miss Ophelia felt the loss; but, in her good and honest heart, it bore fruit unto everlasting life.
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9 Legree burned the hair, and burned the letter; and when he saw them hissing and crackling in the flame, inly shuddered as he thought of everlasting fires.
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10 I was reading that everlasting Belsham, and droning away as I always do, for Aunt soon drops off, and then I take out some nice book, and read like fury till she wakes up.
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11 They seemed to get clearer views of life and duty up there among the everlasting hills.
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12 When she had said this Minerva went away to Olympus, which they say is the everlasting home of the gods.
13 Here no wind beats roughly, and neither rain nor snow can fall; but it abides in everlasting sunshine and in a great peacefulness of light, wherein the blessed gods are illumined for ever and ever.
14 It will be an everlasting disgrace to us if we do not avenge the murder of our sons and brothers.
15 So speaks he, and carries forth in his hands from their inner shrine the chaplets and strength of Vesta, and the everlasting fire.