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  • ‘I shall be delighted to do all I can, Mrs Faraday,’ he said earnestly.

    Police at the Funeral

  • So it took like two hours for Foo to do all his medical stuff with the Animals, taking some blood and doing various medical nerdism stuff to it, then putting it back in, but finally he was done and I called Jared to tell him that we were on our way to get Lord Flood and the Countess.

    You Suck

  • No! If the women neighbors did not raise the alarm, it was because it gave them satisfaction that the Sabati girl, who had nothing to do all day, should be beaten.

    Maigret Afraid

  • "Hope it's not just us as has to do all the cleaning here," Besel said, putting his hand on the door handle.

    Dragon Drums

  • 'After this there was a good deal of bad weather; but all the lads were restored to their islands, including Aroana, the young Malanta chief, who had begun by a fit of frenzy, but had since behaved well; and who left his English friends with a promise to do all in his power to tame his people and cure them of cannibalism.'

    Life of John Coleridge Patteson

  • But it's going to be hard to do all this - it's going to be hard to make the UAW's agenda America's agenda - until we end this war in Iraq.

    Remarks of Senator Barack Obama: United Auto Workers Conference

  • Rhafi wanted to know, “How come you want Play to do all the asking?”

    Angry Lead Skies

  • Dadda off to Keynsham, Grandpapa and Grandmama busy with the Monday chores—what was he going to do all day without Johnny?

    Morgan’s Run

  • The Japanese females all have roomy pelves, and naturally they do not look forward with dread to their confinement, having, moreover, implicit confidence in the powers of nature to do all that will be required in their case.

    Labor Among Primitive Peoples

  • I want you to teach me how to do all that fancy swordwork.

    My Seduction


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