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Here we read: "Thy Thummim and thy Urim belong to the man of thy friendship, whom thou didst prove at Massah, for whom thou didst strive at the waters of Meribah; who saith of father and mother, I have never seen them, and acknowledgeth not his brethren nor knoweth his own children- for they observe thy word and keep thy covenant, they teach Jacob thy judgments and Israel thy law; they bring savour of fat before thee and whole burnt sacrifice upon thine altar; bless, O Lord, his strength, and accept the work of his hands; smite through the loins of them that rise up against him, and of them that hate him that they rise not again" (Deuteronomy xxxiii.
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But it would be a very large wasp or bee, indeed, which would make so loud a buzzing sound as this. "Children-" began Miss Bradley, and then she suddenly stopped, for something struck her on the foot.
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For himself it would be well; but for his children-!
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And you did very well, my children-" the young man smiled benevolently-"very well.
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To the country's cool retreats- From the riot to the rest Were hearts beat the placidest: Afterwhile, and we will fall Under breezy trees, and loll In the shade, with thirsty sight Drinking deep the blue delight Of the skies that will beguile Us as children- afterwhile.
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By the second wife he had 22 children-20 girls and 2 boys.
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If there should be children- legitimate children, O my poor mamma!-there will be the devil to pay and helpless family councils, all of which I shall charge myself to enjoy and to report to you.
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Then it must have been the children- Helmer.
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Torvald-it was then it dawned upon me that for eight years I had been living here with a strange man, and had borne him three children-.
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Thy fair duchess And two sweet children- ANTONIO.
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She did not think it in Harriet's nature to escape being benefited by novelty and variety, by the streets, the shops, and the children.- At any rate, it would be a proof of attention and kindness in herself, from whom every thing was due; a separation for the present; an averting of the evil day, when they must all be together again.
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The old poets were rather fond of likening themselves to this legendary personage, or of designating themselves his poetical children:- "We that are ORPHEUS' sons, and can inherit By that great title"- Davenant's WORKS, 1673, p. 215.
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The cheerful scene is often witnessed of the whole family- father, mother, and children- at work gathering the crops.
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Labor is very high everywhere in the West, whether done by men, women, or children;- even the boys, not fourteen years old, who clean the knives and forks on the steamboats, get $20 a month and are found.
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She fed her children- they were too well trained to cry out-and, kissing them, and offering up a silent prayer that they may be protected, she set out on her perilous expedition.
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But many of the stories are about women and children,- the lovely materials from which the best fairy tales of the world have been woven.
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But when at last he came to tell the fate of the fair and helpless,- the piteous perishing of the women and children,- and the death-leap of Nii-no-Ama, with the imperial infant in her arms,- then all the listeners uttered together one long, long shuddering cry of anguish; and thereafter they wept and wailed so loudly and so wildly that the blind man was frightened by the violence and grief that he had made.
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But in the twenty-fourth year of his governorship, a great misfortune came upon him; for his wife, who had borne him seven children,- five boys and two girls,- fell sick and died.
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Some cannot even boast of noble descent, though destined to royal wedlock; for they are not royal offspring, but virgin-born,- parthenogenetic children,- and, for that reason especially, inferior beings, the chance results of some mysterious atavism.
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On the following day he left me, leaving me his house and the free use of my own income, and he went to live in the Rue de la Montagne-Sainte-Genevieve, taking with him my two children-" "One moment, madame," said the lawyer, interrupting her.
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Examples of Children

Example #1
First of these is the Blessing of Moses, an independent document of northern Israel which speaks for itself.
Example #2
It would perhaps be somewhat bold to assert this on the strength merely of the brief and inadequate indications in the Book of Kings, which is chiefly interested in the extraordinary interventions of the prophets in the course of Israel's history, but other and more authentic testimonies justify us in doing so.
Example #3
And it was right near her foot that the buzzing noise sounded.
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The windows were open, and she thought a bee or a wasp might have flown in.
Example #5
None but He who knoweth all things knew the pang that rent his heart at the thought of them!
Example #6
He felt that he had taken his last look of the snows of winter, that the willow buds and the pale spring blossoms that his little ones brought to him so lovingly were the last he should ever see.