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Now, under the impact of his wife's disclosures, he was brought suddenly to the realization that there was a limit to tolerance, however brilliant, however far-famed the offender might be.
Now the yard looked wet and bald, the trees bare under their buds, but in a while Miss Ada's flowers would bloom like a marching parade.
Now, Dogtown is one of those places that creeps into the marrow as worms get into old wood, under the veneer.
Now, apparently happier under new managers, Mays and Mantle, the perfect players, are behaving as though they're going to pass those previous peaks.
Now, the more modern concept of doing something " under someone's aegis " means doing something under the protection of a powerful, knowledgeable, or benevolent source.
Now poppies are grown under a strict licensing regime.
With the battle still not won, Marlborough had to rebuke one of his cavalry officers who was attempting to leave the field – " Sir, you are under a mistake, the enemy lies that way ..." Now, at the Duke's command, the second Allied line under von Bulow and the Count of Ost-Friese was ordered forward, and, driving through the centre, the Allies finally put Tallard's tired horse to rout, not without cost.
: Now as I was young and easy under the apple boughs
Darwin challenged the validity of Galton's experiment, giving his reasons in an article published in ' Nature ' where he wrote: " Now, in the chapter on Pangenesis in my Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication, I have not said one word about the blood, or about any fluid proper to any circulating system.
Now Licinia was the owner of a pleasant villa in the suburbs which Crassus wished to get at a low price, and it was for this reason that he was forever hovering about the woman and paying his court to her, until he fell under the abominable suspicion.
A high point in his many contributions to the human rights cause came in 1988, when he joined a team of other major musicians – including Peter Gabriel and Bruce Springsteen – assembled under the banner of Amnesty International for the six-week Human Rights Now!
Now he determined to avenge what he saw as the treacherous killing of his warriors under a flag of truce.
Göndul draws away from his head and says " Now hallow I thee, and give thee to lie under all those spells and the weird that Odin commanded, thee and Hogni, and all the hosts of you.
The book was published in 2010 under the title Now is the Time.
In Japan there is NHK Educational TV, Kids Station, Disney XD, Nickelodeon ( Now under a block on Animax known as " Nick Time ") and Cartoon Network.
Now, the official name is Municipality of Norristown, operating under a Home Rule Charter with that designation since 1986.
A collection of Mother and EarthBound was released in Japan under the title Mother 1 + 2 .< ref >" Buy Mother 1 2 ( Value Selection ) ( GBA )-Order Now!
In the supernatural TV series Angel episode, " Are You Now or Have You Ever Been ," the main protagonist, Angel, is mobbed, in a similar way to the characters in this episode, while under the influence of a paranoia demon controlling a hotel.
Now attacked on two fronts, the Imperial forces, having lost all their artillery, retreated under the cover of dusk in full rout.
Now free to navigate Lake Borgne, thousands of British soldiers, under the command of General John Keane, were rowed to Pea Island, about east of New Orleans, where they established a garrison.
Now, if the marriage entailed the lands of Alava or other Basques as dowry it is not clear but the Houses of Asturias and Pamplona will wrestle for control of this area of their shifting border realms for centuries, being culturally more Basque until later days where its nobles were allied to the Crown of Castile, finally under the Jimena House.
Now, implementers of SCM face the challenge of dealing with relatively minor increments under their own control, in the context of the complex system being developed.

Now and me
Now there's nothin left of me.
Now, here was something of obvious importance to me, yet when I reached for the tickets he snatched them away from my hand.
Now, are you going to take me or am I supposed to walk ''??
`` Now stay with me, Kitty '', he snapped irritably.
Now all his desires centered on `` rediscovering and singing of the prosaic and yet beautiful world of men and objects so long barred from me by a barbed wire fence ''.
Now it would be up to me to keep the little girl out of mischief.
Now you go outside and beckon me when it's safe ''.
Now can you tell me who was drunk -- The man, his wife, or me ''??
About halfway through the second bottle, Charlie looked at me across Pops, who was sitting between us and asked `` Now ''??
When he handed it back and I had hold of it safely, Pops was looking toward me and I said `` Now '', to Charlie and he swung the short length of lead pipe he'd meanwhile taken from his pocket, once.
Now it seemed almost as if Jesus were looking down at me with sadness in His eyes, saying:
`` Now listen to me, Phil.
`` Now don't tell me what a good ball player you are.
The Smiths song " Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now " refers to Caligula: " What she asked of me at the end of the day / Caligula would have blushed ".
:" Now therefore, if you will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant, then you shall be a peculiar treasure unto me from all the peoples, for all the earth is mine " ().
Israel then said,Now let me die, since I have seen your face, because you are still alive .” ()
To André Malraux, he also confided, " Now he is going to kill me ".
Now she's in command of me.
Or vienmi ad adornar (" Now come to adorn me ").
Finally, Butterfly sits at her dressing table and tells Suzuki, " Now, come and adorn me.
He speaks sarcastically of the festival to his jailor, foreshadowing his escape: " Now, what has Pentecost to do with me?
" met her at the 7-11 Now I'm in 7th heaven Tell me, tell me Can this be true I never thought I'd ever meet a girl like you.

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