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The country code for Belarus.
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THE BYSTANDER [to the girl] You be careful: give him a flower for it.
THE BYSTANDER [inept at definition] It's a--well, it's a copper's nark, as you might say.
THE BYSTANDER [suspiciously] Who told you my people come from Selsey?
A SARCASTIC BYSTANDER [thrusting himself between the note taker and the gentleman] Park Lane, for instance.
THE SARCASTIC BYSTANDER [not attending to her] Do you know where
She caught up her basket as she spoke and was making an unsteady rush away from them, when the same bystander checked her with his hand on her sleeve, and urged her to come with him and see the parish-doctor.
All the bystanders were astounded, and some, more simple than inquiring, began shouting, "A miracle, a miracle
Probably this was mostly due to self-conceit, for I wanted to astonish the bystanders with the riskiness of my play.
The two carters constantly passed in and out of the exhibition-room, under various disguises, protesting aloud that the sight was better worth the money than anything they had beheld in all their lives, and urging the bystanders, with tears in their eyes, not to neglect such a brilliant gratification.
The actors may be glad, but the bystanders must be infinitely more thankful for a decision; and I do sincerely give you joy, madam, as well as Mrs.
Stimulated by the exciting nature of the dialogue, the heroic man actually threw himself into a paralytic attitude, confidently supposed by the two bystanders to have been intended as a posture of defence.
A chorus of bystanders took up the shout of Count Smorltork's praise, shook their heads sagely, and unanimously cried, 'Very