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He'd and up
He'd mounted up immediately and raced with a revolver ready toward the spot from which he'd estimated the shot had come.
He'd not care about getting waked so he could give up some of his whisky to a slit of a kid and maybe lose one of his hiding places in the bargain.
He'd have to think, but the main thing, the imperative necessity, was to leave before Sam Bentley was up and about, and before Millie detained him with sympathy.
' He'd shoot it into the corner again, only this time he cut across to the other side and picked it up over there.
He'd consult the daily directory in the lobby and find a party — usually a Bar Mitzvah reception — and he would go up to the room and ask to speak to whoever was paying for the affair.
He'd save up all the money he earned or obtained and every two weeks head down and buy as many pocketbooks as he could afford.
" He'd proved himself as the one man who could stand up to them ," wrote Knox.
He'd end up doing all of that and I was the one that got squeezed out ; I was doing almost nothing.
' He'd die now ,' according to George's sister Nancy, ' with limos picking them up.
*" He'd overthrow his slider and it would back up and have a rotation like a spitball " -- former Tigers catcher Bill Freehan, at The Detroit Free Press.
He'd take those skeleton outlines I had given him and turn them into classic little works of art that ended up being far cooler than I had any right to expect.
He'd also rather not face them or Gustavus again in battle, and in particular not the American rifles which tore up his jaw and put him in declining health since he could not ingest solids.
He'd be handsomer than he is if he had better manners but life and his enemies have left him looking a little beat up, and I suppose having seen his mother ( back about 1840 ) trying to take a bath in a wooden washtub without fully undressing left his soul a little warped.
He'd been drinking heavily and wound up crashing his car, leaving him mortally wounded.

He'd and own
He'd shoot at anything if it was the rear end of a horse or his own sentry.

He'd and .
He'd be an idiot to let them stay he thought, but he couldn't send them on, either.
He'd started a fire and put coffee on, and now was busy at the work board of his chuck wagon.
He'd come alone, without his wife and child.
He'd been in an angry mood: Conchita had thought his face almost ugly with the anger in him.
He'd told Hank Maguire and Luis Hernandez about his wife's refusal to come with him and about what he now intended to do.
He'd hoped to catch Jesse Macklin there.
He'd put on his old brown corduroy coat and it was already soaked.
He'd grin.
He'd come East for the christening, by God he would.
( He'd get the engine oil flowing with an electric heater under a big canvas cover.
He'd landed the plane on a small airstrip in Connecticut and as soon as the aircraft had coasted to a stop, everyone had burst into chatter at the same moment.
He'd have to start going to some of the other places again.
He'd been there several times, back when, while he and Radic had been friends, or at least not enemies.
He'd mentioned it, himself, at church and everybody seemed to have the idea that Tolley had left because Jenny had jilted him for Roy Robards.
He'd had no idea how unhappy his sweet peach had been.
He'd tell Sabella about the nightmare.
He'd just admitted it to me.
He'd not only told me so, he'd proved it.
" While Frank Miller has described the relationship between Batman and the Joker as a " homophobic nightmare ," he views the character as sublimating his sexual urges into crimefighting, concluding, " He'd be much healthier if he were gay.
He'd spearheaded the Ace line, he was the originating editor-in-chief of the Avon paperback list in 1945, and I think he was hurt and took it personally.
He'd been sent by Pittsburgh's GM Branch Rickey to evaluate Clemente's teammate Joe Black, a pitcher Rickey himself had originally signed for the Dodgers and was now thinking of reacquiring for Pittsburgh.

set and up
Montero had set up a strong position, using every bale and box we had in addition to barricades of logs and brush.
He said now, `` I've got the perfect headquarters set up.
C'mon, buddy, help me set up the kitchen and we'll have food in a minute or two ''.
The bridge itself rises up from the river, light-flared and enormous, like the outdoor set for an epic opera.
We will recall that the still confident liberals of the Truman administration gathered with other Western utopians in San Francisco to set up the legal framework, finally and at last, to rationalize war -- to rationalize want and fear -- out of the world: the United Nations.
Once the scene is set, Trevelyan skilfully builds up the tense story until it reaches its climax in the dramatic victory of Marlborough and Eugene of Savoy at Blenheim.
An entire theater had been set up for his diversion, with a 200-man Italian orchestra under the well-known Sarti.
To document his charge, Pike set up two parallel columns in The Advocate showing the price charged by The Gazette and the considerably lower price for which the work could be done elsewhere.
He held that no group of colonists could set up or maintain a government without royal sanction.
I don't know how and I don't know why but the two stores, the one in Margaretville and the one in Fleischmanns that had been set up as a partnership, were dissolved, separated from each other.
And his performances attracted much attention, as the frequency of his surviving pieces in any calendar that may be set up for his undergraduate activities testifies.
This central episode consists of a series of staccato scenes set in the period from the beginning of the present century up to the first World War.
When Partisan and Kenyon set up shop, Mencken was still accepted as an arbiter of taste ( remember Hergesheimer??
Let him bounce back, and he could really set up the staff.
In entering this union we will be surrendering most, if not all, of our economic autonomy to international bodies such as the Atlantic Institute ( recently set up ) or the O.E.C.D., I.M.F. and others.
During the war, we set up schools for the teaching of psychological warfare, which included the teaching of propaganda, both black and white and the various shades of grey in between.
We set up the Lloyd's Neck school, worked out its curriculum, and taught there.
The purchase was effected and they made their way towards the hotel again, the hen, with whom some sort of communication had been set up, nestling in the doctor's arms.
At 7:25 two hotel doormen came thumping down the steps, carrying a saw-horse to be set up as a barricade in front of the haberdashery store window next to the entranceway, and as I watched them in their gaudy red coats that nearly scraped the ground, their golden, fringed epaulets and spic, red-visored caps, I suddenly saw just over their shoulders Jessica gracefully making her way through the crowd.
During the discharge the magnetic forces set up by the passage of current cause the edges of the foil to roll inward toward its center line, thus allowing light to pass into the camera.
Personally, I think we ought to set up an immediate naval blockade of Cuba.
Before the Juniors entered the ring the Steward announced that after all Juniors had moved their dogs around the ring and set them up, they could relax with their dogs.
It has been suggested many times that a Class be set up for the Juniors who are overage and cannot enter the Junior Classes.
The Rio Grande KC is also considering having their Junior Classes set up so that Juniors can qualify with points for Westminster.
At Cypress Gardens special bleachers are set up for photographers at water-ski shows and lovely models pose for pictures in garden settings.

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