said Hazel to Reksa "I'm sorry for Erika's treatment of you Hazel, im really really
sorry" said Reksa "i am ok Reksa, i am ... im really really sorry about that" said
Erika to Hazel "Yea Hazel, I'm sorry for what I said yesterday," said Sara to Hazel
Author: Wan Si: Class
Publisher: Mohammad Thoriqun Naja
This books is representation of condition aroud of indonesian's society problem such as Juvenile delinquency, love and social life in Indonesia especially Jakarta in the form of a collection of short stories
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pleasure - having been ill , but having had unpleasant affairs . hunter of any kind
ever started with more appetite for “ Oh , I am sorry , ” said Tertius , “ very sorry .
inquired the Bailie . cluded contained something of special im “ I wid hae said , in
that case , it was a portance inside ... receiving " the congregation as they came ,
“ I'm sorry , ” said he , as he marshalled are as weel kent in a kirk as the Provost ...
Author: National Sunday school unionPublish On: 1877
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were very “ Excuse me , but can it be more important ... said Mr . Smithers , lower .
sity for watching lest one little sin grow of his principal labours was none of your
ing his weapon , but not ... words of division of his theme . between Friday and Sunday , had I not a very apology , left his minister to finish the sermon Mr .
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Continued from page 151 . ) nurse , as she resumed her ... But nurse only hinted
vaguely at giving • I ' m so sorry , ' said penitent Dolly . " Nurse , Sims ' a piece of
her mind ...
I saw it in the crockery Hattie , as she threw herself upon the sofa store yesterday
, as I came home from with another ... Don ' t cry , Hattie , ” said her father ; “ Have
you read your new book “ I am sorry this has been such a bad day through ?
Oh ! my dear ; I beg your pardon , ” said “ What makes you think something has
poor Rosina humbly ; “ but I thought , " and happened ? " she asked with ... There
was “ So far as I am aware , no one has been nothing tangible ; Paul had given
her no here ... punishment sorry , ” said Rosina penitently . has fallen upon him .
... grandpa was little in those days , – oh ! how ence , and began their story before
they could get " What boy ? " asked Mr . Johnstone . funny that seems ! ) The
noise and smoke scared their breaths . " I ' m very sorry , ” said Mrs . Johnstone .
“I owe you an apology for what I said and for how I acted yesterday.” Tap-tap-tap.
“Yes. You do.” Her tone was matter-of-fact. “Could you...could you maybe stop
typing for a minute and look at me?” She hit a few more keys, exhaled slowly and
Author: Jackie Braun
He's back…but for good? Playboy Kellen Faust had it all, until a skiing accident turned his life upside down. Returning to his family's luxurious island resort to heal, he meets resort manager Brigit Wright—she's pretty, she's blunt, and she has no problem putting her daredevil boss in his place! The resort isn't just Brigit's home; it's her salvation. The connection she feels with new boss Kellen terrifies her…dare she trust that the prodigal Faust heir will stay by her side forever?
Author: Margaret Berger MorsePublish On: 2009-07-22
Before he left, and this is the continuation of yesterday's incident, Whit came in to
where I was sitting with Torrey. He said, “I'm sorry. I am screwed up and don't
know what I am doing. I should have heard what you and Torrey said. I am sorry.
Author: Margaret Berger Morse
Category: Health & Fitness
“No Comprehension here.” Those words spoken by a neurologist to Whitney and Margaret Morse in May, 2005 caused horrible despair but pushed this couple to determined perseverance in a long battle of healing. Mr. Morse sustained in January, 2005 a sub-cranial bleed followed by two strokes. He was diagnosed with Wernicke’s Aphasia, a communication disorder as the result of stroke. In this story of their journey of faith, perseverance and healing Margaret Morse wants to convey to the reader the importance of believing, caring and hope when one is faced with crisis, in this case the results of severe stroke. Dedication: This book is written for those families affected by stroke and it is written for "the one I love."
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Author: Kenneth Starr
Category: Governmental investigations
Report of Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr's investigation into the relationship between President Clinton and White House intern Monica Lewinsky and the possible impeachment of the President as a result of his conduct.
Oh ! my dear ; I beg your pardon , ” said “ What makes you think something has
poor Rosina humbly ; " but I thought — " and | happened ? " she asked with ...
There was “ So far as I am aware , no one has been nothing tangible ; Paul had
given ... and my punishment sorry , " said Rosina penitently . has fallen upon him
I conceived must be to him embarrassing beg your pardon , Mr. Warde , " she
said , circumstances . ... It seems to me that whatever raises a a flannel waistcoat yesterday , and to - day barrier between classes is both sad and three old men
came and asked for three culpable . ... to respect your wishes and your interest “ I am sorry , " said Mr. Warde hastily ; when you look upon them as another or" I am
It's the only time I meant it when I said I was sorry. The old basket didn't believe
me any more than 'e did the other times. But I told 'im straight – “I'm sorry, my Lord
,” I said. “Straight I am. It's a dirty game, and I swear I'll never do it again. But the ...
Author: Henry Cecil
Publisher: House of Stratus
Lonsdale Walsh is a rich financier who is wrongly imprisoned for murder. From his prison cell Lonsdale hatches an intricate plan to stage his own retrial at a secret location. Find out if Lonsdale can secure an acquittal and relish the further unexpected twists that are to be revealed.
You see , we she said ; " you both of you look most have never been brought up
to this sort decidedly parochial , sitting among blue of thing . ... seems to me that
whatever raises a a flannel waistcoat yesterday , and to - day barrier between
classes is both sad and three old men ... to respect your wishes and your interest
“ I am sorry , " said Mr. Warde hastily ; when you look upon them as another or“ I am ...
“I...I'm sorry, Mrs. Tolliver. I really meant no harm, but I'm Sorry.” Dwight turned to
Curtis Holden. “I'm sorry Didn't mean no trouble. Just don't like bein' called a
rodent. Specially a rat.” “Vanessa...Curtis...," Ezra said, “do you accept his apology?
Author: Al Lacy
In the years following the Civil War, Hannah and Solomon Cooper decide to seek out a new life on the frontier. In the dangerous journey that follows, however, tragedy strikes. By all reasonable expectations they should return home. Yet to the surprise of everyone in the wagon train -- and despite great opposition -- Hannah presses onward, displaying grit, courage, and a faith deep enough to sustain her family through life's greatest trials. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Nor were the figures in" I am sorry for what I said , ” replied the Earl , with great
appropriate to the scene . Lilly , with the mosaical rods in frankness , “ and entreat
Mr. Lilly to overlook it , and im- his hand , which he held at a short distance from ...
“Karl, I'm your grandmother. ... Alicia said. “May I give you a hug and a kiss?” “I
would rather you didn't,” the boy said. “Jesus, Karl!” Naylor said. “It's all right.”
Alicia said ... “I am so sorry I didn't know about you and the boy,” Alicia said.
Tears ran ...
Author: W.E.B. Griffin
When a leased Boeing 727 is violently hijacked from Angola and flown to parts unknown, the President turns to an outsider—Major Carlos Guillermo Castillo—for answers. A pilot, West Point graduate, and veteran of Desert Storm, Castillo has a sharp eye for the facts—and the truth behind them. In Africa, he is helped and hindered by unexpected allies and ruthless enemies, and begins to untangle a plot of horrific dimensions—a plot that, unless Castillo acts quickly, will end very, very badly.
“Go home, Sondra,” Tabitha said, exhausted, letting go of Sondra's face, picking
a purse up off a chair. She handed ... She then offered me an apology for what
had happened. Once everyone ... “I'm sorry that happened,” she said. “I'm really ...
Author: Jeff Wedding
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
In this explorative account of a young undertaker, twenty-six-year-old Lucas Benson finds himself stuck in a world that delves much deeper into death than his daily duties as a mortician usually take him. Not only is he struggling with severe loneliness, but he also dwindles into the harrowing world of medical examining, leading him on the trail of criminals and the scandalous lengths the government is willing to go to cover their tracks of conspiracy. It is along this journey where Luke discovers his true self, as well as the sincere meaning of love when he meets Tabitha, a reluctant night club dancer. In a perfect blend of hard-boiled crime fi ction and literary workings, Wedding manages to combine two styles into a relentless page-turner.
“Know what, Adeliz Yesterday evening, in Fiacca, I had some soup and, I'm sorry
to say, I've never tasted anything quite like it.” “Really, signore?” said Adelina,
displeased. “Really. I had them give me the recipe. Soon as I can find it, I'll read it
Author: Andrea Camilleri
“You either love Andrea Camilleri or you haven’t read him yet. Each novel in this wholly addictive, entirely magical series, set in Sicily and starring a detective unlike any other in crime fiction, blasts the brain like a shot of pure oxygen. Aglow with local color, packed with flint-dry wit, as fresh and clean as Mediterranean seafood — altogether transporting. Long live Camilleri, and long live Montalbano.” A.J. Finn, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Woman in the Window Inspector Salvatore Montalbano wakes from strange dreams to find a gruesomely bludgeoned horse carcass in front of his seaside home. When his men came to investigate, the carcass has disappeared, leaving only a trail in the sand. Then his home is ransacked and the inspector is certain that the crimes are linked. As he negotiates both the glittering underworld of horseracing and the Mafia's connection to it, Montalbano is aided by his illiterate housekeeper, Adelina, and a Proustian memory of linguate fritte. Longtime fans and new readers alike will be charmed by Montalbano's blend of unorthodox methods, melancholy self-reflection, and love of good food.