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bncdoc.id AD9 David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Constantine, Storm bncdoc.date 1991 bncdoc.title Hermetech. bncdoc.info Hermetech. Sample containing about 42247 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availabilityWorldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

` Let's face it , I 'm fucked . I have no future . Mammy Crystal was right . ' Tammuz had still not cracked . Zambia stood up . ` I 'm sorry . I 'm really sorry . That was way out … you know . I 'll go . OK ? ' Tammuz made hir wait until SHe 'd wriggled through all the tables to the door . Then he said , in a carrying voice . ` I 'll speak to Roirbak about this . I 'm not promising anything . Sit . Sit and wait . Sindy 'll bring you a coffee . ' Tammuz managed to catch Roirbak just as he was making the finishing touches to his evening regalia : black , matt silk suit with thread-wide yellow pinstripe , understated gold adornments , I-Ching earrings . Tammuz suspected the man may have eavesdropped on what had occurred in the canteen , but behaved as if he had n't . ` I have a problem with Crevecoeur , ' he began . ` Oh ? Therapy decay ? '

bncdoc.id AHF David Lee's classification W_newsp_brdsht_nat_misc bncdoc.author bncdoc.date 1992-19-19 bncdoc.title Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-04: Foreign news pages. bncdoc.info Daily Telegraph, electronic edition of 1992-04-04: Foreign news pages. Sample containing about 27457 words from a periodical (domain: world affairs) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

Let us hope that the Danes will vote ` No ' in their referendum on June 2 , thus forcing all members to renegotiate the treaty , as many of them are now said to be having second thoughts of their own . STEPHEN BLAND Pant , Salop Letter to the Editor : Fish vote threat SIR -- Is Labour 's manifesto really promising a free vote on a proposal to ` ban the hunting of live quarry ' ( report , April 1 ) ? No wonder , it will be a free vote . By any standards , fish are a ` live quarry ' who fight in terror against the pull of the hook through the side of their mouths . So are the worms that fishermen hunt , in order to impale them , live and wriggling , on their hooks . How many Labour supporters would vote for a ban on fishing ?

bncdoc.id ALJ David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Newman, Kim bncdoc.date 1990 bncdoc.title Bad dreams. bncdoc.info Bad dreams. Sample containing about 29438 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

Farrar was back with the rest , holding a handkerchief to his eye . He had been converted . Anne did not like Clive , did not care what happened to him . If he had had anything to do with the way Judi died , then she wanted him to suffer as much as possible . Did that make her the same as Amelia as the others ? ` What 's wrong ? ' ` I told you , Clive . I 'm disappointed . You are promising . But you do n't have a philosophy . You do n't have purity . ' Skinner put a hand on Clive 's shoulder . Anne knew he was not disappointed or annoyed or anything . He was just playing . He was just hurting people for his own amusement . Or maybe there was more to it ? ` What do you want from me ? ' Skinner asked everyone . ` What do you want from your Games Master ? ' There was quiet .

bncdoc.id B0U David Lee's classification W_biography bncdoc.author Kee, Robert bncdoc.date 1991 bncdoc.title A crowd is not company. bncdoc.info A crowd is not company. Sample containing about 41954 words from a book (domain: world affairs) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1960-1974 Text type Written books and periodicals

One of the couples walking round the camp was approaching . ` Hullo , old chap , you just arrived ? ' ` Yes ' ` Good show , well I 'm the clothing officer . If you 're short of any clothes just come and see me , and I 'll try and fix you up . ' ` Thanks . I have n't got any clothes at all except what I 've got on . ' The little eyes sharpened at the top of the thin nose . ` Of course I 'm not promising anything , old chap . There are a lot of people here in your position and we 've got to try and please everybody , which is n't an easy job in this place I can tell you . ' He smiled at his companion who said rather sadly : ` It certainly is n't . ' ` I should very much like a change of underclothes at least , ' I said . ` Yes , all right , old chap , ' said the clothing officer rather testily . ` Well , just come and see me . '

bncdoc.id B0U David Lee's classification W_biography bncdoc.author Kee, Robert bncdoc.date 1991 bncdoc.title A crowd is not company. bncdoc.info A crowd is not company. Sample containing about 41954 words from a book (domain: world affairs) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1960-1974 Text type Written books and periodicals

Of course I 'm not promising anything , old chap . There are a lot of people here in your position and we 've got to try and please everybody , which is n't an easy job in this place I can tell you . ' He smiled at his companion who said rather sadly : ` It certainly is n't . ' ` I should very much like a change of underclothes at least , ' I said . ` Yes , all right , old chap , ' said the clothing officer rather testily . ` Well , just come and see me . ' ` Thanks very much . ' ` Not that I 'm promising anything , mind you . ' They walked on . There was no-one else in sight . A German came out of one of the huts . He was unarmed and I hoped that he might be one of the interpreters . ` Can you tell me where I can see about getting a bed ? ' I asked him . ` You are new , yes ? ' ` Yes . ' He led me into the hut he had just come out of ` I will take you to Flight-Lieutenant Sutton , the accommodation officer . ' We walked up the wooden passage . There were doors on either side and pinned to some of these were pieces of paper on which the occupants of the rooms had written their names .

bncdoc.id BM5 David Lee's classification W_pop_lore bncdoc.author bncdoc.date bncdoc.title Autocar and Motor. bncdoc.info Autocar and Motor. Sample containing about 33641 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

Lease firms aim to cut company car servicing costs TRENDS Nearly a quarter of UK motorists now do a significant proportion of their own servicing . An RAC survey also found that over 60 per cent of motorists are thinking of buying a used car , instead of a new one , in order to save money . One in 10 motorists would actually consider selling their car to save money . And not surprisingly , the motorists hardest hit by recession are those living in London and the south-east . Peugeot is promising overnight delivery of parts or the customer gets them free of charge . The scheme applies to Peugeots up to five years old and there is no limit on cost , ` as long as it is a part that keeps the vehicle off the road ' . Peugeot claims it has always provided quick turnaround on repair parts : ` We feel that it is appropriate to put our money where our mouth is . '

bncdoc.id BNT David Lee's classification W_pop_lore bncdoc.author bncdoc.date 1992-19-19 bncdoc.title Punch. bncdoc.info Punch. Sample containing about 21241 words from a periodical (domain: imaginative) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

` I 'm fed up with you Tories , ' she said , ` this time I 'm going to vote for that nice Mrs Williams . ` Why ? ' I asked . ` She 'll bring back hanging and do something to get rid of all those blacks , ' said the lady . I responded with a patient and well-informed explanation of how and why the SDP had no such plans and it was the last thing Mrs Williams would do . ` Well I do n't like blacks and I do believe in hanging and you 're not promising me anything with either , are you ? ' ` No , ' I said . ` I 'm voting for her anyway , then , ' smiled the old lady , closing the door . I had learned something about the protest vote . The loss of this old lady 's vote was cancelled out a few streets further on , by a young chap who came to the door and told me he was a soldier . ` Personally , ' he said , ` I support the Labour party but the armed forces are sworn to uphold the government of the day , so I 'll vote Conservative , of course . ' ` Of course , ' I said , ` thank you , ' and moved quickly on .

bncdoc.id CBG David Lee's classification W_newsp_other_sports bncdoc.author bncdoc.date 1992-12 bncdoc.title Today. bncdoc.info Today. Sample containing about 237472 words from a periodical (domain: leisure) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

Hospital Early last season , Limpar was sent off for hitting Pembridge , then at Luton , and the pair clashed again at Kenilworth Road when Pembridge put him in hospital after a clash which went unpunished . Pembridge said last night : ` I do n't know what the background is -- all I know is he elbowed me for no reason at Highbury . ` He was sent off for thumping me , then I broke his jaw . ' Like Graham , Derby manager Arthur Cox is promising a shake-up . His side have stumbled recently at home but have won their last seven away games . Coventry are ready to put skipper Stewart Robson up for sale at £750,000 . They need to keep their bankers happy by reducing a £3 million-plus debt in the next few months -- and Robson , in who Leeds are already showing an interest , will become their most disposable asset .

bncdoc.id GUD David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Hill, Reginald bncdoc.date 1987 bncdoc.title A clubbable woman. bncdoc.info A clubbable woman. Sample containing about 43820 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1960-1974 Text type Written books and periodicals

Why not try the old pals ' act , just the two of us together , it 'll be off the record ? Why not ? I 'll tell you why not , you half-wit . Because he knows it would n't work , that 's why not . These two are about as near to being old pals as Judas Iscariot and the Pope . Just look at them . Perhaps Bruiser joined the queue knocking at Gwen Evans 's back door at some time . He 's not promising poor old Arthur silence if he co-operates . He 's threatening him with lots of noise if he does n't ! ` If it was n't Sergeant Pascoe here , Arthur , ' Dalziel continued , ` it would have to be someone else . In fact technically I ought to have someone else here as well , but I thought that as the sergeant knew the facts of the enquiry ( in fact he was instrumental in getting the information we 'd like to question you about ) , it would keep it in the family so to speak if he acted as my amanuensis , that 's the word , is n't it , Sergeant Pascoe ?

bncdoc.id GVT David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Lodge, David bncdoc.date 1993 bncdoc.title The picturegoers. bncdoc.info The picturegoers. Sample containing about 40131 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1960-1974 Text type Written books and periodicals

And Father Kipling mentioned that he 'd like to help you . So I 'll hold him to his word . ' Would you really ? Oh , that would be wonderful ! ' exclaimed Bridget . ` It 's nothing wonderful , I assure you . It 's old and dirty , and I think it 's due to be condemned in ten years ' time . ' ` That does n't matter -- it would be somewhere to live , on our own . ' Well , I 'm not promising anything . But I 'll do my best . ' She paused . ` There 's one snag . ' ` What ? ' said Bridget anxiously . Well … you realize that it does n't matter to me whether you go to church or not . But it would probably matter to Father Kipling . ' ` Oh that 's all right , ' said Bridget with relief . ` I do n't mind going to church again if it means we get a house . I 'd quite like to go , really . '

bncdoc.id H8Y David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Barnard, Robert bncdoc.date 1993 bncdoc.title Little victims. bncdoc.info Little victims. Sample containing about 43491 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1975-1984 Text type Written books and periodicals

I 'll tell you what I 'll do , though . Old Crumwallis said I could have a glass of sherry . Think of that ! A … glass … of … sherry ! From the headmaster 's own cellar ! What princely munificence ! Well , I 'll go and get myself a glass , and we 'll drink together . ' ` I do n't see how that benefits me . I 've still got to drink that ukky medicine . ' ` Ungrateful little swine , ' said Hilary . ` I 'm promising you a gracious occasion , so try to behave with a bit of savoir faire . If you 're good I 'll let you have a sip or two of the head 's genuine Cyprus Amontillado , to wash down Dr MacLaren 's bowel mixture . We have n't had a chance of drinking together , have we , Malcolm ? Due to the lunacy of the English licensing laws . Perhaps next summer we could go to the Continent -- drink at a pavement cafe . I 'll go get me that sherry . '

bncdoc.id HTX David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Pearce, Michael bncdoc.date 1991 bncdoc.title The Mamur Zapt and the night of the dog. bncdoc.info The Mamur Zapt and the night of the dog. Sample containing about 46295 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

' Owen wanted to say it could n't be done . Wisely , he did n't . ` OK ? ' ` How much longer ? ' ` It 's hard to say . A month ? ' ` The Moulid 's in two weeks ' time . ' ` Ah yes , ' said Garvin . ` I was forgetting . ' He frowned and fidgeted with his pencil . ` I 'll talk to the CG , ' he said . ` Mind you , I 'm not promising anything . There 's a complete log-jam at the moment . ' ` The levy business ? ' ` Yes . The Khedive wo n't agree to anything until he 's got that . ' ` Why is he insisting on that ? ' ` Because he wants the money . ' ` Yes , but why does it have to be raised by means of a levy ? '

bncdoc.id JXU David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Heywood, Sally bncdoc.date 1991 bncdoc.title Castle of desire. bncdoc.info Castle of desire. Sample containing about 58490 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals

He noticed the flattering knee-length skirt and the black stockings and gave a smile . ` How about starting dinner early ? ' And when she hesitated he went on , ` I 've got an uncut film version of Hamlet you might like to run . Researching your part ? We could watch it after we 've eaten , but if you 'd like to see it we 'll need to make an early start . ' Sarella did n't hesitate . ` You must be hungry if you 're promising to sit through Shakespeare afterwards ! ' ` It 's the Russian version . Subtitled . ' ` You 're famished ! ' She glanced back into the room . There was no need to take anything with her . She was n't going far . Switching off the light , she followed Marc downstairs . Even during their teasing exchange his eyes had seemed to be giving another message , trailing over her lips and , briefly , to the V of her blouse .




bncdoc.id F7J David Lee's classification S_meeting bncdoc.author bncdoc.date bncdoc.title bncdoc.info [COHSE/NALGO/NUPE/meeting]. Sample containing about 11154 words speech recorded in public context Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Spoken context-governed

Ca n't imagine somebody on a hundred and ten that will be paying more than a hundred and twenty one pence . I mean I can understand the point of will , will , will Mhm . you know etce but you erm you , you , you ca n't use the word now , now , now . It 's , it 's the same in the majority er of , of major issues in life like er erm like when you get married you 're promising I will always love drop the honour er and it 's , it 's the same at a general election or local election , you know , when we get into power we will . So you , you , you I , I know what you 're saying but I mean it 's , it 's plain I mean is it Ian ? Is it Ian ? Ian , yeah .

bncdoc.id GY4 David Lee's classification S_meeting bncdoc.author bncdoc.date bncdoc.title bncdoc.info Neighbourhood Watch talk: crime prevention. Sample containing about 13048 words speech recorded in public context Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Spoken context-governed

No . Erm , yeah . You think Newark 's bad , you ought to see some of the police stations in Nottingham . Carlton police station , which is my police station , you can wait twenty minutes for the phone to be answered . yeah . Now we , we do know that 's a problem , the police service know it 's a problem , and the Chief Constable 's come up with these er these performance targets , where he 's try he 's promising to the public that he 's going to endeavour to make sure that all police telephone calls are answered within certain time periods . And we 've got a very big computerized telephone system , so that if it does n't answer sit there with a stopwatch timing each phone I presume , it 's all automatically done and they get a print out at the end of every month giving the average time of the , the phone the , the , the phone takes to be answered .

bncdoc.id KBM David Lee's classification S_conv bncdoc.author bncdoc.date bncdoc.title bncdoc.info 13 conversations recorded by `Chris2' (PS1BL) on 2 April 1992 with 7 interlocutors, totalling 2837 s-units, 19723 words, and 2 hours 22 minutes 47 seconds of recordings. Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Spoken demographic

If you were paying for it I could n't stop you now you 're sixteen You 'd just give us dirty looks probably would n't go Mm , go and get yourself a job and go So you would n't mind ? You got I ca n't stop you now you 're sixteen you 've got ta be eighteen before you you stop me doing other things Such as ? Oh do n't start that one again , I 'm bored with that Can , can I stay with I 'll see , but I 'm not promising Chris , it also depends what your dad says He 's never here anyway , it do n't matter No we 've got a separate , spare room When 's dad coming back ? I do n't know yet , I should think it 'll be by the end of the month Why he ask you ? He has n't , got to wait for the things to come the , the bed and the car and er they have n't ordered a carpet yet She , got to wait till they order a carpet ?

bncdoc.id KRT David Lee's classification S_brdcast_news bncdoc.author bncdoc.date bncdoc.title bncdoc.info Fox FM News: radio programme. Sample containing about 155729 words speech recorded in educational context Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Spoken context-governed

We know that er sixteen schools at least are taking part at the Cotswold Wildlife Park , er we know of at least ten at the walk at Broughton Park , er we 've got er students from polytechnics , Brownies , Guides , Headington Slimmers Magazine Club have registered a team , the advisory centre for multicultural education , Oxford City courier newspaper are promising to send teams . Banbury Guardian and Citizen , the Banbury Town Liberals , the Campaign for Oxford even have registered a team . The list goes on , I mean can you , can you make any sort of judgement about the sort of money you 're going to raise , if , if all these people are going to be taking part ?


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