Schrevelius Lexicon in Greek and English for the Use of Colleges and Schools to which is Added

... the shouting softly , mutter , grumble : fr . the break the limbs , lame : fr . γυίον . of soldiers , when they engage . above . ... γήρυς , και νoice , a Γρυλλίζω , f . ίσω , to grunt : hence part . pass . fr . γυιόω . shout .


Author: Cornelis Schrevel


ISBN: UVA:X000957551

Category: English language

Page: 804

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Hilda Lane s Adoptions

and near the end of the second verse he leaned towards Andy , grasping his bony hand and shouting softly but triumphantly : “ Hooray for Abraham Lincoln and the Stars and Stripes ! " " Yes , it's just that way , Jerry .


Author: Alice McAlilly


ISBN: OSU:32435067906917

Category: Adoption

Page: 372

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Falling Softly

Biting back another scream, this one of despair, the assassin turned his attention back to his (former) employer. He had regained his feet and was walking slowly toward him. No. It couldn't end like this. He tried to get away, ...


Author: Michael Kingswood

Publisher: SSN Storytelling


Category: Fiction

Page: 24

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An assassin and his partner embark on the biggest job of their careers. The payment if they succeed is enough to set them up for life, potentially allowing the assassin to get out of the business and finally live a normal life. But even succeeding in a high profile job like this carries its own danger. This is a 3,000 word short story.

The Best Short Plays

Bebe screams and rushes off . BEBE : ( Softly ) You called me a fake . ALFRED : So what ? So you ' re a fake . I dig you . MAÎTRE D ' : ( Shouting ) Alfred cracks her across the jaw . Bebe screams and rushes off .


Author: Edward Bond


ISBN: UOM:49015002187046

Category: Drama

Page: 504

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Five On Finniston Farm

He had been startled by the sudden shouting of the old man, and had stood up, his hackles rising, and a low growl down in his ... Timmy walked slowly over to the fierce old man, stood by him – and laid his head gently on his knee!


Author: Enid Blyton

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781844569762

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 208

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Julian, Dick, Anne, George and Timmy the dog find excitement and adventure wherever they go in Enid Blyton's most popular series. In book eighteen, the Famous Five hunt for the lost dungeons of a ruined castle on Finniston Farm. The friends are determined to find them, and whatever they hide, but they are not alone. Can the Famous Five get there first? The text in this edition has been sensitively edited for today's reader and is unillustrated.


No shouting. Speak softly.”) As an ironic salute to that, “Pack what belongs to you,” he softly said, smiling at each of them in turn, “and anything besides you'd care to steal. And then leave the chateau.” A silence followed.


Author: Tanith Lee

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780575120655

Category: Fiction

Page: 220

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Even in today's world there are corners where past evils still cast their terror-haunted shadows. When the young man, Christian, came to his inheritance - a once grand mansion in just such a remote corner of France - he knew only that there was some sort of alternate claim to that ancient building and its lands. Even as the villagers acknowledged him as lord of the manor, there came two from the forest to stake out their interest. And with them came fear and desire, terror and love...a combination which could be irresistible - and also fatal.

An Echo of Murder

He repeated himself several times, pleading with them, shouting and then speaking softly, as if to friends, even as if they were his own family, imploring, promising Gradually they began to calm down. Here and there people were nodding ...


Author: Anne Perry

Publisher: Ballantine Books

ISBN: 9780425285022

Category: Fiction

Page: 304

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In this riveting new William Monk novel, Anne Perry delves into the diverse population of Victorian London, whose disparate communities force Monk to rethink his investigative techniques—lest he be caught in the crosshairs of violent bigotry. In the course of his tenure with the Thames River Police, Commander Monk has yet to see a more gruesome crime scene: a Hungarian warehouse owner lies in the middle of his blood-sodden office, pierced through the chest with a bayonet and eerily surrounded by seventeen candles, their wicks dipped in blood. Suspecting the murder may be rooted in ethnic prejudice, Monk turns to London’s Hungarian community in search of clues but finds his inquiries stymied by its wary citizens and a language he doesn’t speak. Only with the help of a local pharmacist acting as translator can Monk hope to penetrate this tightly knit enclave, even as more of its members fall victim to identical brutal murders. But whoever the killer, or killers, may be—a secret society practicing ritual sacrifice, a madman on a spree, a British native targeting foreigners—they are well hidden among the city’s ever-growing populace. With the able assistance of his wife—former battlefield nurse Hester, who herself is dealing with a traumatized war veteran who may be tangled up in the murders—Monk must combat distrust, hostility, and threats from the very people he seeks to protect. But as the body count grows, stirring ever greater fear and anger among the Hungarian émigrés, resistance to the police also increases. Racing time and the rising tide of terror all around him, Monk must be even more relentless than the mysterious killer, or the echoes of malice and murder will resound through London’s streets like a clarion of doom. Praise for An Echo of Murder “[Anne] Perry fashions a rich, if blood-spattered narrative from this chapter of history. As the murders [of Hungarians] continue, Monk and his clever wife, Hester . . . struggle to fathom the new climate of hatred. ‘I think it’s fear,’ Hester says. ‘It’s fear of ideas, things that aren’t the way you’re used to. Everyone you don’t understand because their language is different, their food, but above all their religion.’ How times haven’t changed.”—The New York Times Book Review “Skillful . . . Perry smoothly intertwines themes—war’s lingering cost, tension around immigration and otherness—that challenge in both her period and our own.”—Publishers Weekly

Saul and Patsy

She stood up and strode briskly toward the back door, her bracelets and necklace jangling Saul and Patsy heard the door slam behind her, and then her muffled voioe, softly shouting, “It's beautiful out here!” “It can't be beautiful,” ...


Author: Charles Baxter

Publisher: Vintage

ISBN: 9780307427618

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

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From the winner of the PEN/Malamud Award for Excellence and “one of our most gifted writers” (Chicago Tribune), Saul and Patsy is "stunning, never predictable, glimmering fiction, full of mischief and insight" (The Los Angeles Times). Five Oaks, Michigan is not exactly where Saul and Patsy meant to end up. Both from the East Coast, they met in college, fell in love, and settled down to married life in the Midwest. Saul is Jewish and a compulsively inventive worrier; Patsy is gentile and cheerfully pragmatic. On Saul’s initiative (and to his continual dismay) they have moved to this small town–a place so devoid of irony as to be virtually “a museum of earlier American feelings”–where he has taken a job teaching high school. Soon this brainy and guiltily happy couple will find children have become a part of their lives, first their own baby daughter and then an unloved, unlovable boy named Gordy Himmelman. It is Gordy who will throw Saul and Patsy’s lives into disarray with an inscrutable act of violence. As timely as a news flash yet informed by an immemorial understanding of human character, Saul and Patsy is a genuine miracle.


He started crying. ... asked Caden stubbing Ernest softly before turning the knife squeezing it hard deep into the flesh. ... Either way, we are going to kill you softly, so you feel all the pain you put us through.


Author: David Gomadza

Publisher: David Gomadza


Category: Fiction

Page: 384

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A suspenseful romantic action-packed thriller. A gorgeous young lady turned Most Wanted. A romantic trip and a love to die for. A hidden secret. An evil brutal regime practicing a cult they believe existed even before God created the world. Until the regime is stopped life is on the line. A must read. ABOUT THE SERIES EVELINA A secret cult that existed even before this world was created is still at the center of murder a thousand years later. A ruthless regime is using this cult to run rampage and havoc. A corrupt and evil world where murder is the norm. A place so dark and scary where they all come out in numbers where they are slaughtered in thousands. A place where they are naked:-no rights, hopes, or anything to hang on to. A place where the only hope and courage is the heart-engraved-belief that someone will solve God's Dilemma and rise to save humanity. A pledge to fight to the death because the sole existence of the regime is to restore the lost kingdom of darkness at humanity's expense. Where restoring it means slaughtering two-thirds of the world's population in 48 hours known as the 48 Hours of Darkness. It's a story of great courage in the face of death. The rise of Tomorrow's World Order citing the system as the root of all evil setting a collision course with the regime. The suspenseful questions are when and of what magnitude will the collision be and the devastating outcome? Will the regime allow a system change? Where stakes are high and the regime will defend the system at any cost will they succeed and at what cost? How can mankind survive the most feared devil's ghosts? Are you to be the lucky few to be spared in the 48 hours of darkness? Is mankind doomed or there is hope? What is God's Dilemma and can it really be solved? Unless God's Dilemma is solved mankind is doomed. A race against time where it's a matter of life or death for the strongest men let alone for Evelina caught up in all this. Will she survive the greatest manhunt since the world was created with everyone after her with the most powerful man demanding her too? Only one way to find out. Get this book right now.

New Voices

Watched a few lagging children , shouting softly and playing tag in slow progress homeward . In the distance a train whistled , haunted as a lost voice , through fields and woods . The post office had closed at five o'clock , and now ...


Author: Don Marion Wolfe


ISBN: UCAL:B3285711

Category: American literature


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