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It will be no more monotonous than having one's seventh birthday or falling in love for the first time.
THE SALVAGING OF CIVILISATIONH. G. (HERBERT GEORGE) WELLS
His ear, his brain, his muscles take on a new joyous activity, and the tide of life rises higher.
CHILDREN'S WAYSJAMES SULLY
For who, while tears are falling, will pause to handle the wreaths, and find whether they are genuine?
The falling dew, and the howling wind raised him not from that bed of lonely despair.
During his mild régime the insurrection increased rapidly, and in one encounter he himself was very near falling a prisoner.
They climbed another dune, and came upon the great gray sea at low tide.
He walked about, stumbling over sticks and stones and stumps, sometimes falling down on soft moss, and again on the hard ground.
Rosemary shook her head doubtfully, and her falling hair of pale, shimmering gold waved like a wheat-field shaken by a breeze.
It seemed; it truly seemed as if the tide of blue, grey, scarlet specks was submerging the enemy's strongholds.
He and his wife were falling naturally into the way of—as he had just cynically styled it—fashionable people.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD

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