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the return of Christ in glory
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As punctual as ever," he repeated, coming up to us.
86} As hounds crowd round their master when they see him coming from dinner--for they know he will bring them something--even so did these wolves and lions with their great claws fawn upon my men, but the men were terribly frightened at seeing such strange creatures.
HilaS and Bunar - Rajahs with guns - undertook for a price to guard the Passes against all coming from the North.
You can picture to yourself my mother, with her white hair done in some 18th century fashion and her sparkling black eyes, penetrating into those splendours attended by a sort of bald-headed, vexed squirrel - and Henry Allegre coming forward to meet them like a severe prince with the face of a tombstone Crusader, big white hands, muffled silken voice, half- shut eyes, as if looking down at them from a balcony.
There's the ordering and the dogs and the garden, and the children coming to be taught," her voice proceeded rhythmically as if checking the list, "and my tennis, and the village, and letters to write for father, and a thousand little things that don't sound much; but I never have a moment to myself, and when I got to bed, I'm so sleepy I'm off before my head touches the pillow.
Coleridge soon followed his friend, and settled at Greta Hall, Keswick, and there was much coming and going between Dove Cottage and Greta Hall.
If I was sure of thee, sure of thy capacity, sure to match my mood with thine, I should never think again of trifles in relation to thy comings and goings.
The comings and goings of people in hurry and dread, controlled by the little metal moving hands of a clock, always made him sad.
Indeed, I wore myself down with continual and aimless goings and comings in the rain.
My comings and goings, although purposely devoid of the lightest secrecy, are absolutely undisturbed.
They had already been excited and startled at all his comings and goings -- by the fierceness and rapidity of his movements; and more felt than seen in his rushes, he appeared formidable -busied with matters of life and death that brooked no delay.
You have begun well, but you just wait till you have trodden every particle of yourself under your feet in your comings and goings.