1 He held back the urge to move but swayed from side to side as he crouched there on the floor.
2 Gregor often heard how one of them would unsuccessfully urge another to eat, and receive no more answer than "no thanks, I've had enough" or something similar.
3 Yet we urge it on, mindless and infatuate, and plant the ill-ominous thing in our hallowed citadel.
4 So spoke he and stayed his steps, marking what they signify, whither they urge their way.
5 I would urge it on my son, did not the mixture of blood by his Sabellian mother make this half his native land.
6 They steer to sea; one might think that the Cyclades were uptorn and floated on the main, or that lofty mountains clashed with mountains, so mightily do their crews urge on the turreted ships.
7 Do not, ah, do not urge me to such battles.
8 She laid the whip on the tired horse's back and tried to urge him on while the waggling wheels rocked them drunkenly from side to side.
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9 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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10 You hear, Heyward, and delicacy at least should urge you to retire.
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11 He would then come out fresh in the evening, ready to urge us on with his words, example, and frequently with the whip.
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12 St. Clare opened his eyes, and looked fixedly on the distressed beings, whom Miss Ophelia and the doctor were trying to urge from the apartment.
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13 Wamba presently appeared to urge the same request, observing that a cup after midnight was worth three after curfew.
14 All alike, they clustered themselves down on the eggs in the soft nestling ponderosity of the female urge, the female nature, fluffing out their feathers.
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15 "Do not urge her, madam," said Edmund.