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Our greatness will appear Then most conspicuous, when great things of small, Useful of hurtful, prosperous of adverse We can create, and in what place so e're Thrive under evil, and work ease out of pain Through labour and endurance.
Let no one, whatever his rank or condition, dare to follow the beautiful Marcela, under pain of incurring my fierce indignation.
The scratching pain of the contact made him draw a long breath through his clinched teeth.
Sympathy with pain there will, of course, always be.
His neck was in pain and lifting his hand to it found it horribly swollen.
He was throwing them together now to make the pain he suffered more intolerable.
They want to get away from each other when there is only such a very slight bond as that between them; and one day, I suppose, the pain and the dull monotony of it all had stood before her eyes plainer than usual, and the mocking spectre had frightened her.
Prince Andrew answered all his questions reluctantly but reasonably, and then said he wanted a bolster placed under him as he was uncomfortable and in great pain.
Really, it's most provoking I canna put my hand to my side without your thinking I have a pain there.
Then at once the pain stopped, and the boy rose to his feet again and found the Scarecrow looking with amazement at the end of the pepper-box.
But Tarzan of the Apes was accustomed to pain, and gave it no further thought when he found that the use of his legs was not greatly impaired by the sharp teeth of the monster.
And when they were finally removed, there were no wounds to lick; though deep in the shoulder was a pain that required months in which to die out.