At Your Pleasure

Author: Meredith Duran
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1472222296
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They intercepted your shipment of arms, David! And the gunpowder —you are
caught! Your only hope now isfor imprisonment rather than death!” “You do not
sound so mournfulfor it!” “Do not—” She stopped herself, folding herlips,breathing
hard. But no—why should she stop herself? “Do not dareimpugn my love for you.
I have proved it time and again.” “Love iswell and good,” hesaid sharply. “But
whereis your loyalty?Do I have it? That is what Ineed to know.” He spoke as
though her ...

At Your Command

Author: Anna Leonard
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1426866682
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Anna Leonard. “My name is Anthony. It is my duty to serve your pleasure.” Once
upon a time, Susannah Mackenzie had been fanciful. But she never expected to
inherit a genie of her own! It seemed the brooch Susannah's great-aunt left her
held more than she thought. Susannah was quickly intrigued by her alluring,
seductive companion—and soon she couldn't help but imagine all the ways
Anthony could please her.... Your aunt left something for you. Susannah sat back

A Practical Dictionary Of The English And German Languages Deutsch Englisch

Author: Felix Flügel
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(with Dat) to please; es beliebt ihm, it pleases him, he takes a fancyto, it is his
pleasure; es beliebte ihm nicht, zu antworten, he did not choose ordeign to
answer; diese Speise beliebt mir nicht, I don't like this dish (meat); was beliebt
Ihnen? what is your pleasure? wie (es) Ihnen beliebt, as you please, at your
pleasure; – Sie hineinzugehen, please to enter; nehmen Sie, was Ihnen beliebt,
take your choice. Belieben, v. s. (str.) n. will, inclination, pleasure, liking; nach–, at
will; Mus. ad ...

The Country Gentleman S Companion

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Hawk, and when she is gotten to the Height of her Gate lay in your Spaniels, and
then retrieving the Partridge underneath her, after the first Flight it is impossible
she should escape. ... your Spaniels, as they are ranging about, suddenly, when
your Hawk's Head is towards the Partridge, pluck off the Sod or Hat, and let the
Train go, and the Hawk after it; which, as soon as she hath slain, reward her very
well, and thus doing twice or thrice you may after venture to fly her at your

Mark Twain At Your Fingertips

Author: Mark Twain
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486473198
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I judge the trouble is that the literary man is thinking of the style and quality . . .
while the playwright thinks only of how it will play. One is thinking how it will
sound, the other of how it will look. P. 14.14—Mark Twain, a Biography, Vol. III—
Paine PLEASURE [See AUTHOR, DENTISTRY] . . . the exercise of an
extraordinary gift is the supremest pleasure in life. . . . P. 51—The'American
Claimant, Eta, Chapt. VI There is probably no pleasure equal to the pleasure of
climbing a dangerous Alp; ...

Law Sports At Gray S Inn 1594

Author: Basil Brown
Publisher: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
ISBN: 1584779896
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But if you embrace the wars, your trophies and triumphs will be as continual
coronations that will not suffer your glory and contentment to fade and wither.
Then, when you have enlarged your territories, ennobled your country,
distributed fortunes, good or bad, at your pleasure, not only to particulars, but to
cities and nations; marked the computations of time with your expeditions and
voyages, and the memory of places by your exploits and victories, in your later
years you shall find a ...

The Mystery Of Pain Death And Sin

Author: Charles Voysey
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It is of no use your trying to evade it. It is for you only to determine how long the
process shall be. You can hasten or delay it at your pleasure or at your peril. But
you will be won over to goodness at last. The end is inevitable, you cannot fight
against your destiny. So the sooner you yield to holy influences the better. You
will have no peace until you do. You may make your path as devious, as thorny,
as rugged as you choose. Its length and its hardships are all your own. As you
sow, so ...

The Universal Magazine Of Knowledge And Pleasure

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After having got some fine spring or fountain water; take a clean new pen, and
Put as much water into each hole as will cause a round globule; care being taken
at the same time that the water spread not beyond the circumference of the hole;
then-fixing your object upon the point of the needle E, or upon the plyers K, and
slipping the wedge I between the needle and the plate at H, move & I R, the
needle till its point, with the objećt upon it, be over the hole at B, which is the least

The Waverley Novels

Author: Walter Scott
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The presence of any other friend were, instead of being objectionable, the thing
in the world most to be desired," said Sir Jasper, after a moment's hesitation, and
looking at Mr. Solsgrace ; " but this gentleman seems to be a sort of clergyman." "
I am not conscious of any secrets," answered Bridgenorth, " nor do I desire to
have any, in which a clergyman is an unfitting confidant." "At your pleasure,"
replied Sir Jasper. "The confidence, for aught 1 know, may be well enough
chosen, ...

The Life Of The Right Honourable Francis North Baron Of Guilford Lord Keeper Of The Great Seal Under King Charles Ii And King James Ii

Author: Roger North
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jejly may insticl upon them at your Pleasure ; what will they not do, if your Majesty
gives them all a Discharge at once? That would be to quit the greatest Advantage
you have of securing the Peace of the Nation. Is it not better that your Enemies
stould live under some Disadvantages, and be obnoxious to your Majesty's
Pleasure, who may, is they are turbulent and troublejbme, insiiSl the Penalties of
the Law upon them ? And as to the Roman Catholicks, if there be any Persons to
whom ...