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Jonah Featherstone began to follow her with his cold detective eyes, young Cranch turning his head in the same direction seemed to insist on it that she should remark how he was squinting, as if he did it with design, like the gypsies when Borrow read the New Testament to them.
don't wear such gentlemanly trousers-- you haven't got half such fine long legs," said Jonah to his nephew, winking at the same time, to imply that there was something more in these statements than their undeniableness.
Solomon and Jane would have been sorry to be quick: what that led to might be seen on the other side of the wall in the person of Brother Jonah.
Jonah and young Cranch in the kitchen, not doubting that he had impressed the latter greatly by his leading questions concerning the Chalky Flats.
Jonah was rugby's first global superstar and record World Cup try scorer with 15 - a great All-Black.
Jonah was at greater risk of that happening because of his renal condition.
Centre Jamie Roberts said the winger changed rugby and recalled schoolyard conversations about "having to tackle Jonah Lomu 1 vs 1
Jonny Wilkinson said: "I am so, so devastated to hear of the passing away of Jonah Lomu.
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Volume 14 in the outstanding Liturgical Press 'New Collegeville Bible Commentary' series, "Jonah, Tobit, Judith" is especially appropriate for the non-specialist general reader with an interest in Old Testament literature in general, and the books of Jonah, Tobit, and Judith in particular.
It is a choice one can make: Jonah abandoned his mission from God and raised the sails of his boat.
Dylan thinks having a friend like Jonah is "so chocolate bar.