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coming

the return of Christ in glory
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He might just as well keep coming as not, for there was never anybody else I'd want, so it didn't matter.
The river was coming up pretty fast, and lots of driftwood going by on the rise.
A monstrous big lumber-raft was about a mile up stream, coming along down, with a lantern in the middle of it.
Miss Bennet had not been able to hear of his coming without changing colour.
Had she not seen him in Derbyshire, she might have supposed him capable of coming there with no other view than what was acknowledged; but she still thought him partial to Jane, and she wavered as to the greater probability of his coming there with his friend's permission, or being bold enough to come without it.
She does not depend upon his coming so much as I do: but she does not know the parties so well as I do.
Weston agreed to it; but added, that she should be very glad to be secure of undergoing the anxiety of a first meeting at the time talked of: "for I cannot depend upon his coming.
Indeed, we mentioned a great deal about young Madam Western, and George told me all; that Mr Blifil is coming to town in order to be married to her.
She heard the steps of Vassily Lukitch coming up to the door and coughing; she heard, too, the steps of the nurse as she came near; but she sat like one turned to stone, incapable of beginning to speak or to get up.
Then the Doctor asked Dab-Dab to fly up and tell the swallows that pirates were coming after them in a swift ship, and what should he do about it.
She ran to the window, to see if the master was not coming with his guest, but she saw no one, and went back to the fowls and thought:
A conspicuous church spire, the first seen distinctly coming from the sea, has a thoughtful grace, the serenity of a fine form above the chaotic disorder of men's houses.