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RLYReally
RLYRailway
RLYRelay
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Are they really animals and clods, and beings of another order?
But that is not the point The point is that there really is something queer about Exmoor and his family; something quite natural, I dare say, but quite abnormal.
cried the Miller; 'I really don't know what is the use of sending you to school.
And as all choice and reasoning can be really calculated--because there will some day be discovered the laws of our so-called free will--so, joking apart, there may one day be something like a table constructed of them, so that we really shall choose in accordance with it.
I had a little talk with him while you were away at the other end of the room, and I believe he really can be of use to me--"
They are as angry as I am that you did not come too; really Tibby is too tiresome, he starts a new mortal disease every month.
His wife visited for him, and this was the received thing in the world, where the weighty and multifarious occupations of the magistrate were accepted as an excuse for what was really only calculated pride, a manifestation of professed superiority -- in fact, the application of the axiom, "Pretend to think well of yourself, and the world will think well of you," an axiom a hundred times more useful in society nowadays than that of the Greeks, "Know thyself," a knowledge for which, in our days, we have substituted the less difficult and more advantageous science of knowing others.
And I don't think it really matters about your not being there.
The meal happened to be a make-believe tea, and they sat around the board, guzzling in their greed; and really, what with their chatter and recriminations, the noise, as Wendy said, was positively deafening.
I think that even then I had an instinctive doubt whether formlessness was really better than formality.
Therefore, if the shop existed and if this object were really in the window, it would prove that he had been able to concentrate his attention on this article at a moment when, as a general rule, his absence of mind would have been too great to admit of any such concentration; in fact, very shortly after he had left the railway station in such a state of agitation.
I don't know how you managed to make up your mind to come to Redmond at all, if you are really such an undecided person," said amused Priscilla.