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Utterly unable to comprehend any woman's being in this house, she turned the hairpin over wonderingly. Then she noticed that her companion was staring up at the ceiling with a frown on his face. "S'sh," he cautioned, laving a hand on her arm. "I thought I heard..." "Who the hell is that down there? Answer, or I'll shoot!"

"Well then, Miss Feemy, and isn't it a dreadful thing to be laving one's home, and one's frinds like, and to be going right away into another house intirely, Miss; and altogether the thoughts of what is the married life at all frets me greatly." "Why, you needn't be married unless you like it, Mary." "Oh!

I felt the stifling smell of sulphur a hot flash a quick stroke from some invisible hand and I sank senseless to the earth! Something cool in my throat and over my face brought back the consciousness that I lived. It was water. I opened my eyes, but it was some moments before I could see that Raoul was bending over me, and laving my temples with water from his boot.

"Nonsense! it's browning you're ateing with your barley," said Pete; and then to Kate, behind his hand, he whispered, "Whisht! It's sights she's seeing, poor thing and no wonder, with her husband laving her so lately." But the third night also Mrs. Gorry returned from a similar errand, at the same hour, with the same statement. "I'm sure of it," she panted. She was now in terror.

"What, have you brought dinner hither?" says I. "To be sure, Martin." "Why then !" says I, and laving the clay from my hands came beside her and, using our knife alternately, a very pleasant meal we made of it.

If the crathur hadn't bin afther laving her own husband, and runnin' off with Pat Rooney, may be that her darlint ould mother's life would have bin extinded many years afther her death shame on the crathur! But thin, it's not the ould lady's wake that would have bin the last that Thady O'Flannerty attinded in Limerick bad luck to her!"

In the autumn, it wasn't visible at all, and the nights were dark except for the stars. Anketam pushed open the door of his home and noted with satisfaction that the warm smells of cooking filled the air, laving his nostrils and palate with fine promises. He stopped and frowned as he heard a man's voice speaking in low tones in the kitchen. Then Memi's voice called out: "Is that you, Ank?"

His voice shook, although so hard and so husky. "That's not what I came to say, though. You'll be laving this place soon, and I'm wanting to ask I'm wanting to know " She had covered her face, and now she said through her hands, "Do as you like with me, Pete. You are my husband, and I must obey." He looked down at her for a moment. "But you cannot love me?"

One day Glaucus saw the beautiful maiden Scylla, the favorite of the water-nymphs, rambling on the shore, and when she had found a sheltered nook, laving her limbs in the clear water.

The water ran deep between its banks, which were covered with fine grass, soft cloudy acacias, and festoons of lilac convolvuli; whilst here and there, where the land had slipped above the rapids, bared places of red earth could be seen, like that of Devonshire; there, too, the waters, impeded by a natural dam, looked like a huge mill-pond, sullen and dark, in which two crocodiles, laving about, were looking out for prey.