WENT


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WENTWomen's Electronic Network Training
WENTWomen in Engineering and Technology
WENTWest End Neighborhood Taxpayers (New York)
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When her heart got heavy with longings for Mother or fears for Father, she went away into a certain closet, hid her face in the folds of a dear old gown, and made her little moan and prayed her little prayer quietly by herself.
He went away this morning, soon after you went out.
He met the fox, who gave him the good advice: but when he came to the two inns, his eldest brother was standing at the window where the merrymaking was, and called to him to come in; and he could not withstand the temptation, but went in, and forgot the golden bird and his country in the same manner.
On this he broke up the assembly, and every man went back to his own abode, while the suitors returned to the house of Ulysses.
Seth went with him the first mile or two, for the thought of Snowfield and the possibility that Dinah might come again made him restless, and the walk with Adam in the cold morning air, both in their best clothes, helped to give him a sense of Sunday calm.
The fisherman's wife went home and gave this message.
It was Jack-o'-lanterns, or lightning bugs; so he set down again, and went to watching, same as before.
Then Anne went herself to the east gable and sat down by her window in the darkness alone with her tears and her heaviness of heart.
It was not long after the affair with the mercer was made up, that I went out in an equipage quite different from any I had ever appeared in before.
I run away from Sunday School -- and went fishing with the Cottons -- and I told ever so many whoppers to Mrs.
So he kept on tramping up and down the floor and muttering, till by and by he begun to look pretty tired; then Benny she went and snuggled up to his side and put one hand in his and one arm around his waist and walked with him; and he smiled down on her, and reached down and kissed her; and so, little by little the trouble went out of his face and she persuaded him off to his room.
Catherine went every five minutes to the clock, threatening on each return that, if it still kept on raining another five minutes, she would give up the matter as hopeless.