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" I mined down deep into the murderous message of marijuana, the smoke of the assassins, and for the first time in my life I knew what it was to make your kicks. "
Routledge's every boy's annual - Sivu 211
tekijä(t) edmund rouledge - 1883
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Memorials of Felix Neff, the Alpine Pastor

T. S. ELLERBY - 1833 - 334 sivua
...nature. " I felt," he afterwards remarked to a friend, " that my strength was rapidly declining. For the first time in my life I knew what it was to be completely fatigued, and became convinced that it was now absolutely necessary to obtain that advice...

Bentley's Miscellany, Nide 23

Charles Dickens, William Harrison Ainsworth, Albert Smith - 1848
...roared again, as though it would rend the very oaks. My heart clicked like a Nuremberg egg ;* and for the first time in my life I knew what it was to fear. But I was then a superstitious boy ; and, scarcely aware of what I did, made the sign of the...

The Churchman's companion

...feeling that between us was an inseparable barrier, but now all my delusions had faded away, and for the first time in my life I knew what it was to be loved. My head was in a strange whirl, 1 could not understand it all at once, — I begged for a...

Bentley's Miscellany, Nide 23

Charles Dickens, William Harrison Ainsworth, Albert Smith - 1848
...roared again, as though it would rend the very oaks. My heart clicked like a Nuremberg egg ;* and for the first time in my life I knew what it was to fear. But I was then a superstitious boy ; and, scarcely aware of what I did, made the sign of the...

Pictures of Nuremberg; and Rambles in the Hills and Valleys of Franconia, Nide 2

Henry John Whitling - 1850
...roared again, as though it would rend the very oaks. My heart clicked like a Nuremberg egg;* and for the first time in my life I knew what it was to fear. But I was then a superstitious boy and, scarcely aware of what I did, made the sign o1 the cross...

New York Weekly Review, Nide 13

1862
...in the domain of color as representative of music. We had a house in West Twenty sixth street. For the first time in my life I knew what it was to havo all the g<a I wanted, and to pay the company a corresponding large bill for the same. For my wife's...

Wayside Thoughts: Being a Series of Desultory Essays on Education

D'Arcy Wentworth Thompson - 1868 - 384 sivua
...of the cake was ascertained, and my borrowed plumage was incontinently stripped off me. Indeed, for the first time in my life I knew what it was to have my head punched, and, at the time, I had an indistinct idea that I deserved it. I may as well...

The Story of the White-Rock Cove

White-rock cove - 1868 - 224 sivua
...Hitherto the singing had appeared the only attractive portion of divine worship; but now that, for the first time in my life, I knew what it was to have a really sin-burdened conscience, the sweetest music seemed as nothing in comparison with the...

Ventures of faith; in which are set forth many deeds of Christian heroism

Society for promoting Christian knowledge - 1871 - 256 sivua
...Neff went to Val Queyras. " There," he wrote to a friend, " I felt my strength rapidly declining. For the first time in my life, I knew what it was to be completely fatigued, and was convinced that it was absolutely necessary to obtain that advice and...

The Blue-coat Boys: Or, School Life in Christ's Hospital. With a Short ...

William Harnett Blanch - 1877 - 126 sivua
...of the cake, was ascertained, and my borrowed plumage was incontinently stripped off me. Indeed, for the first time in my life I knew what it was to have my head punched, and, at the time, I had an indistinct idea that I deserved it." We soon settled...




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