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coming

the return of Christ in glory
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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:
She does not depend upon his coming so much as I do: but she does not know the parties so well as I do.
And very soon the parrot saw them again, coming up behind, dragging the onions through the waves in big nets made of seaweed.
We went out to look, and there were clouds of smoke to the south-- nothing but smoke, and not a soul coming that way.
Miss Bennet had not been able to hear of his coming without changing colour.
Stand where I stand, and you will see the pony-cart coming.
Report, on coming out: "Sergeant Cuff is depressed in his spirits; but Sergeant Cuff is a perfect gentleman.
It's from Stella -- and she's coming to Redmond next year -- and what do you think of her idea?
It is only my master's Dog that is coming towards us.
Towards ten o'clock, when she usually said good-night to her son, and often before going to a ball put him to bed herself, she felt depressed at being so far from him; and whatever she was talking about, she kept coming back in thought to her curly-headed Seryozha.
Then as the cloud passed I could see the ruins of the abbey coming into view, and as the edge of a narrow band of light as sharp as a sword-cut moved along, the church and churchyard became gradually visible.
A water-logged derelict, I think, sir," said the second officer quietly, coming down from aloft with the binoculars in their case slung across his shoulders; and our captain, without a word, signed to the helmsman to steer for the black speck.