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So and fearsome
) So Lam-ang dove into the sea and, on his way down, was eaten by a fearsome fish called the Berkaken.

So and was
So simple, in fact, that it might even work -- although Pamela, now, in her new frame of mind, was careful not to pretend too much assurance.
So long as Sally's pa was coming out best on the haggle, Dan didn't feel the need of putting in his two-bits' worth.
So if all these beers was to get me in bed, man, you just spent a lot of money ''.
So Dandy Brandon trustingly entered the house with Delphine Lalaurie and trudged up the rear steps to the attic room which was to be his new home.
So the verdict was `` death at the hands of a person or persons unknown '', and the elite of the city, accepting Delphine's testimony, welcomed her and the doctor back into the fold.
So was my brother.
So persistent were these attacks that in March of the following year, Woodruff was finally moved to action, and Pike was to learn his first lesson in frontier politics, the subtle art of diversion.
So what Fred and Ralph did was to attempt to prorate the money fairly by taking into account what each of the five had received, if anything, from the estate before Papa's death.
So, because he had received less than Tom, it was felt proper that Fred should receive the few hundred dollars that remained.
So choosing a good tree, he clambered up into it, found a comfortable notch, and curled up in it to sleep, like the tousled bear he was, with his hands across his chest, as though surfeited with honey.
So Charles was dead.
So they parted when she was in an impatient humor.
So the pattern was established.
So it was that when Mr. Brown and Mr. Sharpe first saw the French tool on exhibition in Paris in 1868, they brought a sample with them to the United States and started Brown & Sharpe in yet another field where it retains its leadership to this day.
So young Prokofieff was the darling of success: in his motherland ; ;
So Prokofieff was able to cultivate his musical talents and harvest a rich reward from them.
But the greater part of semester time was actually centered around the attitudes: `` So we are married -- now how do we make the best of it ''??
So with all this experience, Bob Fogg was a natural choice to receive the first Emergency Air Mail Star Route contract.
So, after the sitting has been held, several readings at one time are mailed, and the distant sitter ( whose name or whose communicator's name was given to the medium ) must mark each little item as Correct ( Hit ), Incorrect ( Miss ), Doubtful, or Especially Significant ( applying to him and, he feels, not to anyone else ).
So filled was Mel Chandler with the spirit of Garryowen that after Korea was over, he took on the job of writing the complete history of the regiment.
So strenuous it was physically, with its days of horseback riding over rough roads that it seems an amazing feat of endurance for both Miss Packard and Miss Upton.
So was the attack upon Charles E. Bohlen when Eisenhower appointed him Ambassador to Moscow.
So somebody else could have come in, too -- then or later while she was out of the room.

So and reputation
So great was his reputation with the Holy See that he "... was allowed by the Roman Pontiff to appoint Bishops and Abbots from among his brethren in whatever churches or monasteries he desired, of those that had lost their patron ".
So that she may have a fresh start away from her now degraded reputation, she and her uncle emigrate to Australia.
Settling in America, Lubitsch established his reputation for sophisticated comedy with such stylish films as The Marriage Circle ( 1924 ), Lady Windermere's Fan ( 1925 ), and So This Is Paris ( 1926 ).
From 1966 to 1974, Eban served as Israel's foreign minister, defending the country's reputation after the Six-Day War and claiming Israel was attacked first " So on the fateful morning of 5 June, when Egyptian forces moved by air and land against Israel's western coast ".
So great was the reputation for valour of the French kingdom and of the Lord Louis that even the Saracens were terrified by the prospect of that marriage.
Beggar So has a reputation for crippling his students during training so Wong flees from home in an attempt to escape his punishment.
So early as 1841 his reputation in this department was sufficient to secure for him the government nomination to the newly founded chair of Biblical criticism in the university of Edinburgh.
So too is his willingness casually to ' trash ’ the reputation of Mr Chevalier and to discredit him in the eyes of the court ".
So Ritschl expected the case to be hopeless, ' although in the present instance ,' he wrote, ' I should stake my whole philological and academic reputation that the matter would work out happily.
So notorious is Maluf's reputation that in Brazil the verb malufar was created, meaning " to steal public money ".
So the safety factor is often the focus of a business management decision when a mechanical product's cost impacts business performance and failure of the product could jeopardize human life or company reputation.
So great was his reputation that in May 1887, when the crown prince of Germany ( afterwards the Emperor Frederick III ) was attacked by the affection of the throat of which he ultimately died, Morell Mackenzie was specially summoned to attend him.
So great was his reputation that he was patronized by royalty in many countries and acquired great wealth.
So prevalent is the cardboard box's reputation as a plaything that in 2005 a cardboard box was added to the National Toy Hall of Fame in the US, one of very few non-brand-specific toys to be honoured with inclusion.
So great was his reputation that when Sir Walter Mildmay founded Emmanuel College in 1584, he chose Chaderton for the first master, and on his expressing some reluctance, declared that if he would not accept the office the foundation should not go on.
So quickly did the situation deteriorate, that Norreys declined to risk marching his troops 10 miles through the Moyry Pass, from Newry to Dundalk, choosing instead to move them by sea ; but in a blow to his reputation, Russell confounded him later that summer by brazenly marching up to the Blackwater with little difficulty.
According to his biographer, " So widely famed was the Bishop as a traveller, and so great his reputation as a connoisseur of all good things, that Lord Bristol's hotel ... came to be the best known and regarded in every city or town where he sojourned and was thus the precursor of the Hotels Bristol to be found all over Europe.

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