Once I said to myself it would be a thousand times better for Jim to be a slave at home where his family was, as long as he'd got to be a slave, and so I'd better write a letter to Tom Sawyer and tell him to tell Miss Watson where he was.
SAFE AS LONG AS THEY WERE GOOD.
Now do you lie down close by the child, and pretend to be watching it, and I will come out of the wood and run away with it; you must run after me as fast as you can, and I will let it drop; then you may carry it back, and they will think you have saved their child, and will be so thankful to you that they will take care of you as long as you live.’
19:072:017 His name shall endure for ever: his name shall be continued as long as the sun: and men shall be blessed in him: all nations shall call him blessed.
The late regulations have brought the gold coin as near, perhaps, to its standard weight as it is possible to bring the current coin of any nation; and the order to receive no gold at the public offices but by weight, is likely to preserve it so, as long as that order is enforced.
As long as I love her, all right.
Odysseus took the veil and wound it around his breast, but he would not leave the raft as long as its timbers held together.
It would need a book as long as this Outline to do justice to the amazing story of the explorers and adventurers who first pierced this cloud of darkness, and to the political agents, administrators, traders, settlers, and scientific men who followed in their track.
The prolongation of the life of Ayesha was a miracle, though it is true that some humble reptiles are said to live as long as she had done.
Sleep as long as you can, and never mind me.”
Odysseus, as long as he had arrows to defend himself, kept shooting at and smiting the wooers.
He says that as long as I know how to swim I can go out anytime with Lavender.
It lasted a long time because Freddy did not know how to spend money, never having had any to spend, and Eliza, socially trained by a pair of old bachelors, wore her clothes as long as they held together and looked pretty, without the least regard to their being many months out of fashion.
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For the rest of the four-and-twenty hours, as long as his life was in danger, I never left his bedside.
Bring him in, Gabriel, and stay here as long as he stays.”
Disguised, and under an assumed name, he returned to Salt Lake City, careless what became of his own life, as long as he obtained what he knew to be justice.
You'd better keep a bright lookout as long as you're in this part.
“Master,” said Neb, “I have an idea that we may hunt for him as long as we please, but that we shall only find him when he chooses to make himself known.”
“I shall keep clear of you, Crawford, as long as I can,” said Edmund; “for you would be more likely to disconcert me, and I should be more sorry to see you trying at it than almost any other man.”
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Let us hope as long as we can.
As long as the idea that all land belonged to the great clans of the Chou prevailed, sale of land was inconceivable; but when individual family heads acquired land or cultivated new land, they regarded it as their natural right to dispose of the land as they wished.
A program that caused the machine to repeat, over and over, "Ping ... ping ... ping ..." as long as the network was up.
“As long as you’re following me, you’re a danger to other motorists,” I said. “
I shall be safe in your house as long as the caliph is from Bagdad.
For this if thou shalt call to mind, thou shalt soon forget thine anger; especially when at the same time this also shall concur in thy thoughts, that he was constrained by his error and ignorance so to do: for how can he choose as long as he is of that opinion?
They all continued their regard for me as long as they lived.
I beg to assert, Henry, that as long as a man's heart beats, as long as a man's flesh quivers, I do not allow that a being gifted with thought and will can allow himself to despair."
Governments thus established last as long as the power to support them lasts; but that they might avail themselves of every engine in their favor, they united fraud to force, and set up an idol which they called Divine Right, and which, in imitation of the Pope, who affects to be spiritual and temporal, and in contradiction to the Founder of the Christian religion, twisted itself afterwards into an idol of another shape, called Church and State.
Of this, indeed, they had no monopoly; but as long as they carried it on, no other British subjects appear to have engaged in it.
I'm awfully sorry, Mr. Otis," gasped out the boy, "but I can't eat any dinner as long as Virginia is lost.
But the Earl of Camelot, of the reign of Charles, returned to the old creed of his family, and they continued to fight for it, and ruin themselves for it, as long as there was a Stuart left to head or to instigate a rebellion.
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That is his power over you as long as he remains in England, and that would be his reckless course if you forsook him.”
This interregnum has lasted as long as that between the fall of the Western Empire and the crowning of Charlemagne in Rome.
"Well, as long as you see them thus, you have nothing to fear from the volcano."
Couldn’t fit it inside, but the horse’s blanket lay over it, and, like I said, as long as no one rides him and don’t remove the blanket, I think it’ll stay hid.’
I’ll stay with Mas’r as long as he wants me,—so as I can be any use.”
I shall be glad as long as I live that even in that moment of final dissolution, there was in the face a look of peace, such as I never could have imagined might have rested there.
The belief that system-cracking for fun and exploration is ethically OK as long as the cracker commits no theft, vandalism, or breach of confidentiality.
I shall do without them as long as I can.
Except that the young man did not carry on the pretense with the application blank as long as Kaufman at the bank had done.
It was nearly as long as a minister’s and so poetical.
It is now more than two hundred years since the beginning of the reign of Elizabeth, a period as long as the course of human prosperity usually endures.
It was therefore agreed that the young people of both families should visit each other frequently for the future, and the friendship of course lasted as long as the jovial old mediatrix was there to keep the peace.
As long as Vivenna wasn't flawed.
As long as he was in sight of the public-house, the man reeled about in the most disgraceful manner.
Is it conceivable that a man can have smoked as long as I have without discovering that there is a complete system for the treatment of women at the bottom of his cigar-case?
You are free to roam this floor as long as you stay on it.