Correct spelling for SOJURN
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But, mark my words, we'll scour them; yea, i warrant ye, we'll scour them!
After all, he was michael's own son.
But it's now further back to earth than it is to saturn.
I will come soon.
Anyway the sequin was fished out from somewhere, and shaken and pulled this way and that.
The reaper killed by the seeds that were sown Another mother destined to be alone– Leaning With Intent To Fall by dystopia
Kate closed her lips, looked at him with deep scorn, and walked around the corner of the house.
Keep a stiff upper lip-hold up your head-and you'll have all of 'em running after you like hens after corn 'fore you know it.
These few days of her sojourn had already wrought a subtle change in all about him.
By-and-bye, too, i began to feel that i should be very wretched after the parting with my beloved brother at the end of so brief a renewal of love and intimacy; to be aware of what i had scarcely felt before in the self-confidence of the position i had won-that it is a sad and lonely thing to be a sojourner in a foreign land, with no natural friends, no kind kindred on whom to rely in case of sickness or misfortune;-and, to consider, how dark and grave a thing must be solitary old age, and perhaps a solitary death-bed, far from the home of one's youth, the friends of one's childhood.