There was a stack of books right next to me.
This land might pass into his dominion.
The use of language therefore implies the parallel development of all these faculties between themselves and others.
One problem the French Army had in 1805 was that there were inadequate mounts for their dragoons.
The Children of Hurin(jrr tolkien) Visual History of the World, and Armies of the Napoloenic Wars, respectively.
"She had to have heard about what happened the previous May."
-Just Listen by Sarah Dessen
"And I would have too- except for the fact that I totally choked and he got away."
-Shadowland by Alyson Noel. I literally just finished this book yesterday.
"These are modern humans with modern human minds, just like our own."
From A History of the World in 100 Objects
The closest book to me was a Norwegian copy of The Lord of the Rings :
"Disse siste egenskapene ble nå imidlertid snarere tolerert (hos rike) enn allment billiget."
Translation: "The latter qualities, however, were now rather tolerated (in the rich) than generally approved."
"In 2009, Slam featured in the "Heart of Hush" story arc (Detective Comics #846-850)."
DC Comics: Year by Year a Visual Chronicle
So the nearest book to my hand (there was one nearer to my foot, but that took more effort to grab) gave me this sentence:
Your silence clamors in my ears.
It was from a play, though, and I skipped the stage directions. Otherwise, the sentence would have been: "Suddenly Inez swings round on him."
Woooohooo, Dutch book!
Dutch: Je moet het zelf weten.
English Translation- Not literally: It's your choice.
" " - Literally: You have to know it yourself.
The book is called 'De Bende van de bokkerijders'.
Assuming my sketchbook doesn't count because there are... like... no words in it... XD
"There is a reason that all things are as they are, and did you see with my eyes and know with my knowledge, you would perhaps better understand." Dracula. Which reminds me, I really need to like. Finish it.
He wanted to concentrate fully on that instant when the sublingual tablet phase-shifted from being to not being.
"We have been Resurrected for the Day of Judgement."
From the book Mogworld by Yahtzee Croshaw