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Because the evening is the nicest time to tell things in.
I wish I were with you, dear, sitting by the fire undressing, as we used to sit, and I would try to tell you what I feel.
There were certain tales which all minstrels had to know, and the best among them could tell three hundred and fifty.
He told me to tell yer he's got his collars and cuffs in dat grip for a scoot clean out to 'Frisco.
Pray do not be uneasy when I tell you, but it was not quite so airy, nor so bright, nor so cheerful, nor so happy and youthful altogether as I should have liked it to be.
He mentioned several persons who had a share in the settlement of our country, and who would be well worthy of remembrance, if we could find room to tell about them all.
I had to go over and tell Henry Pollack he was dying.
I tell you, sir, if this one man be made a true penitent, there will be no need of me; he will make Christians of all in the island.
Any friend of Claire's--and it was bully of you to bother about looking in to tell of Eustace.
I will tell your Majesty, if you will do me the honour to listen," answered the vizir.
I can't be at the trouble of looking back to see; so, if I have told you, I tell you again.
Telemachus and the son of Nestor stayed their horses at the gate, whereon Eteoneus servant to Menelaus came out, and as soon as he saw them ran hurrying back into the house to tell his Master.