After a great deal of hard work, for the Lion was heavy, they managed to get him up on the truck.
So he painted my right eye, and as soon as it was finished I found myself looking at him and at everything around me with a great deal of curiosity, for this was my first glimpse of the world.
Then, with a great deal of chattering and noise, the Winged Monkeys flew away to the place where Dorothy and her friends were walking.
And yet I have heard that there is a great deal of wine drunk in Oxford.
The air of a gentlewoman, a great deal of quiet, inactive good temper, and a trifling turn of mind were all that could account for her being the choice of a sensible, intelligent man like Mr. Allen.
Now, if he'd taken more, it would have mattered a great deal.
Her cheeks had lost a great deal of their healthful fire from the very seriousness of her position; but her eye was bright with the excitement of a triumph--though it was a triumph which had rather been contemplated than desired.
In the same way, to say a little is often to tell more than to say a great deal.
No one can calculate the turns of mood in convalescence: but Father Brown's depression must have had a great deal to do with his mere unfamiliarity with the sea.
Some of the planks and beams were of good, seasoned oak; some of such wood cut raw and recent; some again of white pinewood, and a great deal more of the same sort of wood painted black with tar.
Anyhow," said Usher, "Last-Trick Todd counts for a great deal in this rum affair.
They were soulless creatures, but they loved the mean lives they gave up so bravely for you whose father was the author of their misery--you owe a great deal to them, Virginia.
But there seems to have been a very happy side to it--a great deal of love and many friends, all more or less poor, but artistic and congenial and high-thinking.
But despite everything, we have a great deal of energy left, and we are getting to that point of nerves where we want to punch one another.
We think that this barrack life, with its constant movement and stir, is too exciting, and we have decided that the best plan will be to board her out in a private family, where she will receive a great deal of individual attention.
Although the breeze had now utterly ceased, we had made a great deal of way during the night and were now lying becalmed about half a mile to the south-east of the low eastern coast.
Long John told the story from first to last, with a great deal of spirit and the most perfect truth.
I was dead tired, as you may fancy; and when I got to sleep, which was not till after a great deal of tossing, I slept like a log of wood.
A great deal of blood was taken before the captain opened his eyes and looked mistily about him.
Item: One errand boy troubled with a chronic sniffle, a shrill and piping whistle, and a great deal of shuffling foot-work.
At the far end of the long, dim hallway Charlie, the janitor, was doing something to the floor with a mop and a great deal of sloppy water, whistling the while with a shrill abandon that had announced his presence to Mary Louise.
The man in the sailor suit threw back his head and laughed, displaying a great deal of hairy throat and chest.
Before I was sent abroad, Betteredge, you saw a great deal of me when I was a boy?
The parson himself (though I own this is saying a great deal) could hardly have lectured the girl in the state she was in now.
In the matter of the moss rose there is a great deal to be said on both sides!
In the winter time the Rat slept a great deal, retiring early and rising late.
Ahmed was listening carefully, and so far what he heard was making a great deal of sense.
The Associated Press and other reputable media have, perhaps due to slow news weeks, focused a great deal of attention on this anticipated technological Arma- geddon.
He was making a great deal of money, ran his own show with the casualness of his former hippie days, yet could get on the road with Pierre any time he needed a break.
But one thing and another had made him think a great deal of Christminster lately, and, if she didn't mind, he would like to go back there.
He knew well, too well, in the secret centre of his brain, that Arabella was not worth a great deal as a specimen of womankind.
However, what I was going to say is that when I was eighteen I formed a friendly intimacy with an undergraduate at Christminster, and he taught me a great deal, and lent me books which I should never have got hold of otherwise.
She was briefly informed of the timber people's obstinacy; and then Giles could hear her telling the footman to direct the timber people to turn their horses' heads.
Rather surprised to find them break fence at this season, yet putting it down instantly to their great fondness for ivy in winter-time, of which a great deal grew in the plantation, he followed through the hedge.
Gabriel uttered "a little" in a tone to-show her that it was the complacent form of "a great deal.
In 1876 he established in New York City the Society for Ethical Culture, to the development and extension of which he devoted a great deal of time and energy, and before which he delivered a regular Sunday lecture.
Hartlib's Legacie contains, among some very judicious directions, a great dealof rash speculation.
He did a great deal to interest the less educated classes in the historical romances of their country, and his tales were invariably instructive, clean and manly.
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