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I 'ave thrown 'im very hard, for my nerves and my toothache and my 'atred 'ave given me the giant's strength.
He nodded absently, drew at his cigarette, and began:- I have conceived my 'atred of animals, monsieur, many years ago in Paris.
I often think they must be written by women--beggin' your pardon, miss--but reely, the 'ysterics and the 'atred--they're a fair knockout.
Who would go out alone under this grey sky of yours, and the hatreds of the war in every face?
High above him two great crystalline eyes focussed in atred of everything soft and squelchy and, above all, warm.
But the grey world behind those empty eyes would trample and destroy without even according its victims the dignity of hatred.
Imagine how much hatred she must have in her to murder and castrate five men.
Better a dinner of 'erbs where love is than a stalled ox and 'atred therewith,” said Parker, helping himself to a walnut.
Better a dinner of 'erbs where love is than a stalled ox and 'atred therewith," said Parker, helping himself to a walnut.