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The ever patient one had waited a quarter of a century and more for me to reach my hand out in need of him.
Then, again, there is the situation of the city--to find a place where nothing need be imported is well-nigh impossible.
But if the trader goes empty-handed, having nothing which they require who would supply his need, he will come back empty-handed.
You need n't save any old silk gowns for me; I don't mean to be a fine lady when I grow up, I 'm going to be a farmer's wife, and make butter and cheese, and have ten children, and raise pigs," she added in one enthusiastic burst.
Well, he is, so you need n't laugh, for we 've made all our plans," said Maud with comical dignity as she tried the effect of an old white bonnet, wondering if farmers' wives could wear ostrich feathers when they went to meeting.
The Under-world being in contact with machinery, which, however perfect, still needs some little thought outside habit, had probably retained perforce rather more initiative, if less of every other human character, than the Upper.
The mother says, "Never do anything that you need be ashamed of, Algernon, and then you never need be ashamed of anything you do," and, beaming mildly at him, seems surprised at the clearness of her own logic.
The superior nerve of women in all matters connected with love, from the casting of the first sheep's-eye down to the end of the honeymoon, is too well acknowledged to need comment.
We are quite solid inside our bodies, and have no need to eat, any more than does a potato.
He won't need to destroy ME, for if I don't get something to eat pretty soon I shall starve to death, and so save him the trouble.
Have you ever heard of the--would you like, or I mean--do you need any soap?
Even now I had planned desirable things in my heart which' - there is no need to go through the compliments proper to these occasions.