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Even her own little daughter, dorothy good, testified that her mother "had three birds, one black, one yellow, and that these birds hurt the children and afflicted persons."
It affected the whole army.
To this day the memory of that old rabbi, the court physician, affects me like a nightmare, for of all the medical fools that ever i met he was by far the most pre-eminent.
The heart-felt applause he bestowed upon you was almost insupportably affecting.
The boatswain was especially attractive, owing to his rugged personality and his unaffected manner.
Yes; but to no purpose; her life has been lived, mr. buzzby; nothing can affect it now.
Another is the rapidity with which it is effected.
Again claire was, for some moments, silent; then, yawning slightly, yet, again his acuteness guessed, affectedly, she said, settling her shoulder more decisively in her corner:
At the present time i feel very thankful that i acted as i did, but i confess that if i had felt sure that it was not a trap i should have promised the money.
The general effect is one of great warmth.
So home; and there do hear also from mrs. sarah daniel, that greenwich is at this time much worse than ever it was, and deptford too: and she told us that they believed all the towne would leave the towne and come to london; which is now the receptacle of all the people from all infected places.
The free libyan air force (arabic: القوات الجوية الليبية الحرة) was the air force of the national transitional council, a collection of defected loyalist military personnel and captured aircraft that aligned themselves with the anti-gaddafi forces in the libyan civil war.