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panphobia.
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and here Anna guessed what would touch Dolly most) "he's tortured by two things: that he's ashamed for the children's sake, and that, loving you--yes, yes, loving you beyond everything on earth," she hurriedly interrupted Dolly, who would have answered-- "he has hurt you, pierced you to the heart.
No, everything is over, everything that once made my comfort, the reward of my work, and my sufferings.
I am his sister, I know his character, that faculty of forgetting everything, everything"
That is not all; then, you say, science itself will teach man (though to my mind it's a superfluous luxury) that he never has really had any caprice or will of his own, and that he himself is something of the nature of a piano-key or the stop of an organ, and that there are, besides, things called the laws of nature; so that everything he does is not done by his willing it, but is done of itself, by the laws of nature.
Of course there is no guaranteeing (this is my comment) that it will not be, for instance, frightfully dull then (for what will one have to do when everything will be calculated and tabulated), but on the other hand everything will be extraordinarily rational.
How good seemed everything at that hour, my darling
Everything in this den is comfortable and convenient, and I have, as I say, a window to myself.
Mignonette it shall be if only you will write to inform me of everything in detail.
As for his imagination, it sails away from everything.
Music / Everything Everything You could never accuse Everything Everything of ever dumbing down to reach a bigger audience.
EVERYTHING NOW Arcade Fire (Columbia Records, 2017)
I want everything, everything that's owed to me," he tells them.