From Trials to Triumph

I have the power to decide from the outset how I want my matter to end. IfI want a better outcome then I have to say or confess positively by decreeing and determining the end of the matter by my words. Alternatively, I can use my mouth ...

Author: Dupsy

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 1466912146

Category: Self-Help

Page: 210

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FROM TRIALS TO TRIUMPH is a book co-authored by a mother and her daughter. It looked at life during her pregnancy labour and after the birth of Hannah who was born with microphthalmia. Its about how they turned their challenges of Hannah's disability to triumph.

A Winter s Earl

My exercise, my mirth, my matter. Sherborne's words whispered through him like a prayer, a talisman held up against the dark. Panic would drown him before the water did, but not if he thought of Sherborne hard enough.

Author: Annabelle Greene

Publisher: Carina Press

ISBN: 036971749X

Category: Fiction

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Come to me. I need you. It’s a matter of life-and-death. Infamous poet Sherborne Clarke is a scholar, a lover—but not a father. When he finds a baby abandoned on the steps of his crumbling castle, he knows he must get her to London and an orphanage. It’s the perfect excuse to contact the one person he trusts…the man whose love he stills yearns for, and whose heart he broke years before. Richard Ashbrook was groomed from birth to become the Earl of Portland, until Sherborne betrayed him, exposing his sexuality to the papers and forcing him into exile. But as much as he hates Sherborne, Richard has never managed to break their link or let his confusing sentiments concerning him subside. When he receives a missive implying that Sherborne's life is at risk, he knows it is time to return home. Richard undergoes the perilous journey from Sicily only to find the other man untouched. Furious, he agrees to transport the baby to London—whatever gets him out of Sherborne’s life once and for all. But when a snowstorm leaves them stranded, they’re forced to confront the past—and deal with the love between them that’s all too present.

A Complete Concordance to Shakespeare

Wives v 8 ro Have I laid my brain in the sun and dried it, that it wants matter to prevent so gross o'erreaching as this? ... T. Night i I hold the olive in my hand; my words are as full of peace as matter . On a forgotten matter we can ...

Author: John Bartlett

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1349169560

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 1909

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A complete concordance or verbal index to words, phrases and passages in the dramatic works of Shakespeare. There is also a supplementary concordance to the poems. This is an essential reference work for all students and readers of Shakespeare.



The Dramatio Works of W Shakespeare

My matter hath no voice , lady , but to words : and words are grown 80 false , I ain your own most pregnant + and vouchealed ear . loath to prove reason with them . Sir And . Odours , pregnant , and vouch . Vio .

Author: William Shakespeare

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Page: 908

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The Dramatic Works of William Shakspeare

Sir And . That youth's a rare courtier ! Rain Vlo . Thy reason , man ? cdours ! well . Clo . Troth , Sir , I can yield you nove without Vio . My matter hath no voice , lady , but to words : and words are grown so false , I am ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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The Holy Bible

Be not atraid of the words that thou batt 129 But Kabthakeh said , Hath my matter hcard , where with the servants of the king fent me to thy , master and to thee to speak of Allyria have blasphemed me . these words bath be not sent me ...

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The Monthly Review Or Literary Journal

this my rare entertainment with D'Arras ; but I must go on in order with my matter . ... and wish as good words as my wit would serve me lo devise , in the riding al molt of twenty English miles , to how the gladoels of the King my ...

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Entire Works

Wherefore you will be apt to blame me for two things : First , seeing , though I am without their learned lines , Because I have not so beautified my matter with yet well furnished with the words of God , I mean acuteness of language as ...

Author: John Bunyan

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