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Adv.1.to it - to that; "with all the appurtenances fitting thereto"
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The drama that was going on was almost as familiar as the scene, nevertheless habit had not made him indifferent to it, and even in his present self-absorbed mood, Adam felt a momentary stirring of the old fellow-feeling, as he looked at the rough men painfully holding pen or pencil with their cramped hands, or humbly labouring through their reading lesson.
That was Matthew's way--take a whim into his head and cling to it with the most amazing silent persistency--a persistency ten times more potent and effectual in its very silence than if he had talked it out.
I hate London, I hate the work, and nothing will induce me to go back to it.
You see, I couldn't see anything else to it but to marry a man if I loved him.
She had been forced to unclasp his hand from her arm in order to dry it, and when she finished, it returned to its old position.
Deane appeared punctually in that handsome new gig with the head to it, and the livery-servant driving it, which had thrown so clear a light on several traits in her character to some of her female friends in St.
Glegg; and I've saved it, and added to it myself, and had more to put out almost every year, and it's to go and be sunk in other folks' furniture, and encourage 'em in luxury and extravagance as they've no means of supporting; and I'm to alter my will, or have a codicil made, and leave two or three hundred less behind me when I die,--me as have allays done right and been careful, and the eldest o' the family; and my money's to go and be squandered on them as have had the same chance as me, only they've been wicked and wasteful.
It's not long now the way it was: it's got it cropped close to its head, the way he said he would.
Why it's cool: ``It's a little bit off the beaten path and takes about five minutes to hike to it from the chair, but it's absolutely gorgeous terrain.
I know this sounds fancy, but it was a weather balloon--you know one you blow up with helium on the ground--and then they tied a radio transponder package to it.
Whether you actually gain bone or hold on to it may depend on how much you stress, or overload, the bone.
Cameron Mackintosh, the most famous person attached to it when we did it, was doing all these interviews saying, "I hate ballet.