Correct spelling for THANHALF
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And then said the duke to him, that me sore repenteth: the cause is this, for i love not thy lord nor none of thy fellows of the table round; and therefore ease thyself this night as well as thou mayest, for as to-morn i and my six sons shall match with you.
"old kingsland's not half a bad sort.
His cigar now hung dead and unnoticed between his thinly cruel lips.
"i am thankful that i found you sooner than i expected," he said.
But, on the whole, all parts of the lands except strips next the coast may be reckoned as having been subjected to an excess of wearing action far exceeding the depositional work.
All moisture, and softness, and pleasantness has gone clean out of the air since last night; we seem to inhale yards of horse hair instead of satin; our skins dry up; our eyes, and hair, and whiskers, and clothes are soon filled with loathsome dust, and our nostrils with the reek of the great city.
Sometimes mrs. lee would regret what she called the waste of my youth in her daughter's behalf, but i had no such feeling.
Two generators sufficed, these being "nothing more than large tanks of wood, acid-proof inside, and of sufficient strength to resist the expansive action of the gas; they were provided with suitable stopcocks for regulating the admission of the gas, and with manhole covers for introducing the necessary materials."