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Even though you couldn't understand it I think you would like to hear the way they go on; they seem to express so much.
I should like to like her, ever so much, because she is most lovely and most attractive; but she doesn't seem to want to know me or to like me.
He went rapidly to where the blue flame arose, it must have been very faint, for it did not seem to illumine the place around it at all, and gathering a few stones, formed them into some device.
Buda-Pesth seems a wonderful place, from the glimpse which I got of it from the train and the little I could walk through the streets.
Strange as at first glance it may seem to suppose that the Massacre of St.
These dispositions and orders only seem worse than previous ones because the battle of Borodino was the first Napoleon did not win.
And to me marriage without love doesn't seem worth while," she said.
It's a pleasant illusion, but if you're thinking of the risks of marriage, it seems to me that the risk of marrying a person you're in love with is something colossal.
He did not seem to think that he at all deserved a medal from the Humane and Magnanimous Societies.
You seem to know a good deal more than I do, already," he said.
Those narrow straits of Sunda divide Sumatra from Java; and standing midway in that vast rampart of islands, buttressed by that bold green promontory, known to seamen as Java Head; they not a little correspond to the central gateway opening into some vast walled empire: and considering the inexhaustible wealth of spices, and silks, and jewels, and gold, and ivory, with which the thousand islands of that oriental sea are enriched, it seems a significant provision of nature, that such treasures, by the very formation of the land, should at least bear the appearance, however ineffectual, of being guarded from the all-grasping western world.
Nothing, except that it is a prejudice which you do not seem to share," he remarked.