1. A ministerhasn't got any private affairs; he's a public character.
2. Lumleyhasn't got quite used to taking your money.
3. Ihaven't yet got so imbecile as to suppose that a history of the following six weeks would be interesting to my readers-for during so long did I suffer from low fever; and more weeks passed during which I was unable to meet my flock.
4. Hehasn't got blood enough to go in for felony with impunity.
5. However, I notice that a lot of German fuses do not explode their shells, which makes me think they quite so good a supply of stuff as they try to make us believe!
6. There is something I ought to have at this time of year, and I it.
7. Do you think I am ever caught napping at such an hour, and that I lungs and a larynx as well as yourself?
8. Be cavalier-I a pistol, right now.
9. But we anywhere near that yet.
10. Ma a bit of kick coming.
11. You it if I did.
12. It is unlikely, however, that the beginner will discover that he this habit, until a few failures draw his attention to it.
13. Why, Alfred, that old busybody it through his head that any living man could object to a joke like that.
14. She a selfish bone in her body, and she's so honest she couldn't design anything against you or any one, unless she told you first.
15. Nearly all the old literatures may be said to have been founded upon fable, and upon a basis and even superstructure of ignorance, that, however charming it may be, we, and could not keep if we had.
16. Now, I one particle of race-prejudice.
17. Never mind what he just under the hat.
18. Scratching up everything, it three thousand people in it.