He would think of the old blind "Samson Agonistes"; he would think of the Greeks at Thermopylae, of the siege of Haarlem.
He would think about it for hours before he fell asleep; and when he opened his eyes it would be waiting at his bedside to pounce upon him.
He could not tolerate me afterwards, he would think me only fit for the insane-asylum.
I would say Campbells down on 6468 Lane, the old house still stands there I would think he would still be friendly with them, and I know them very well.
Christophe would suddenly wake up in the midst of the dreadful smell of food and tobacco: he would look at the people about him with strange eyes: he would not recognize them: he would think in agony: "Where am I?
But such feelings had for him an exquisite savor, and in the evening, when he had returned, he would thinkhimself a hero.
I would think it were true worship indeed, which had engraven on it the name of the true and living God, if it did speak out so much of itself.
It may be his work appears not excellent, nay, but if ye knew his counsel, ye would think it so.
Ye would thinkit were an irrepealable decree, if all the nations in the earth, and angels above, convened to adjudge a man to death, did pass sentence upon him.
Each in turn befogged his suggestions by deference to what the world--which to them meant London--would think of their acts.
I could no longer anticipate his wishes, I found, or foresee what he would think or say upon matters as they came up.
Sal, I would think little o' the Lord if He needed to create a new sea to drown one man in.
I would think it was a black-burning disgrace for a minister to be fond o' flowers.
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