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Not long after, Bosschaert had married and established himself as a leading figure in the fashionable floral painting genre.
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Indeed, you wouldn't live long, for the females either drive the men they've seized from neighboring islands back to their boats after exploiting them for amatory purposes, or they destroy them by revolting but ingenious methods.
To Tilghman the incident was just one of a long list of hair-raising, smash-'em-down adventures on the side of the law which started in 1872 when he was only eighteen years old, and did not end till fifty years later when he was shot dead after warning a drunk to be quiet.
In `` The King's Ride '', Charles breaks out of a long period of petulance and inertia, regains his old self, escapes from Turkey, and finally reaches his own land after an absence of eighteen years.
Not long after Colonel Van Hamm had foisted me on the Watson staff I received a salary raise and a contract on the Hetman's recommendation.
The theme of glorious summer coming after a long winter of discontent and repression was, he has told us, congenial to his artistic sense.
If only for this modest masterpiece of military history, Blenheim is likely to be read and reread long after newer interpretations have perhaps altered our picture of the Marlborough wars.
but I liked to think of him at ninety swimming and working at Key West long after Hemingway had moved to Cuba.
General Jones was fresh from a long series of bridge burnings, including the long bridge at Fairmont, and, after seeing a great drove of horses and cattle he had collected safely across the bridge, he sent his men to work piling combustibles in and around it.
Yet after long and earnest discussion Stalin accepted the Curzon Line and even agreed voluntarily that there should be digressions from that line of five to eight kilometers in favor of Poland in some regions.
Sir Julian Huxley in his book Uniqueness Of Man makes the novel point that just as man is unique in being the only animal which requires a long period of infancy and childhood under family protection, so is he the only animal who has a long period after the decline of his procreativity.
Nor have we remembered that in the melting pot of America the hundreds of isolated and semi-isolated ethnic, regional and occupational groups did not fuse into a homogeneous national unit until long after education and industrialization had caused them to cast oral tradition aside as a means of carrying culturally significant material.
Not long after moving in she turned up a richly carved desk, hewed from the timbers of the British ship H.M.S. Resolute and presented to President Hayes by Queen Victoria.
The New Bedford Standard-Times has reported Knowlton as saying, long after the trial, that if he only knew what Borden said during his conversation with Morse, he would have convicted `` somebody ''.
He cited East Germany where after 15 years of Soviet rule it has become necessary to build a wall to keep the people in, and added, `` so long as people rebel, we must not give up ''.
To ask me to believe that so inexpressibly marvelous a book was written long after all the events by some admiring follower, and was not inspired directly by the Spirit of God, is asking me to accept a miracle far greater than any of those recorded in the Bible.
The original impulses came to England late ( in the sixteenth century ) and continue strong long after everyone else had gone on to the baroque basso continuo, sonatas, operas and the like.
Carson McCullers, after a long, painful illness that might have crushed a less-indomitable soul, has come back with an absolute gem of a novel which jumped high on best-seller lists even before official publication.
`` You share a refrigerator '', Mrs. Kirby had said, and somehow, at midnight, after the long drive from New York in pelting rain, that had sounded reasonable.
Each man had a bubble to himself, privacy after the long period of enforced intimacy on board the ship.
No human being can write fast enough, or long enough, or small enough † ( †" smaller and smaller without limit ... you'd be trying to write on molecules, on atoms, on electrons ") to list all members of an enumerably infinite set by writing out their names, one after another, in some notation.
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His plans and dreams had revolved around her so much and for so long that now he felt as if he had nothing.
The cooks had prepared one of the best meals we'd had in a long time, and on Montero's orders had baked enough bread to last the day.
I could observe the two fans down at the end, but their size in themselves meant nothing to me as long as I had no measure of comparison.
She seemed to have come such a long distance -- too far for her destination which had wilfully been swallowed up in the greedy gloom of the trees.
Moreover, as long as the weapon was carried openly, the sheriff's office had made no previous issue of it.
Jury, judge and executioner were riding the range in the form of a single unknown figure that could materialize anywhere, at any time, to dispense an ancient brand of justice the men of the new West had believed long outdated.
My new Aunt was perhaps three or four years older than I and it had been a long time since I had seen as gorgeous a woman who oozed sex.
Our lifeboat was filling rapidly and despite what I had heard of the inhabitants of Eromonga, I was glad to see a long and graceful outrigger manned by three bronzed girls glide out of a lagoon into the open sea and toward our craft.
The drummer flogged the gourd with frantic intensity as the dancers began the calinda, a sensual gyration which had long been a favorite of voodoo practitioners and their disciples in the Louisiana slave compounds.
When I mentioned that for my first long voyage I did not even have the money for the return fare, but had trusted to luck that I would earn a sufficient amount, the young people looked at me doubtingly.