A grammar of Hebrew language by By William Henry Green.

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You would hardly care for such an arrangement, Basil," cried Lord Henry, laughing. % Dorian Gray turned and looked at him. "I believe you would, Basil. You like your art better than your friends. I am no more to you than a green bronze figure. " The painter stared in amazement. It was so unlike Dorian to speak like that. What had happened? He seemed quite angry. His face was flushed and his cheeks burning. "Yes," he continued, "I am less to you than your ivory Hermes or your silver Faun. You will like them always.

Perhaps it was. Well, the way of paradoxes is the way of truth. To test reality we must see it on the tight rope. " said Lady Agatha, "how you men argue! I am sure I never can make out what you are talking about. Oh! Harry, I am quite vexed with you. Why do you try to persuade our nice Mr. Dorian Gray to give up the East End? I assure you he would be quite invaluable. " "I want him to play to me," cried Lord Henry, smiling, and he looked down the table and caught a bright answering glance. "But they are so unhappy in Whitechapel," continued Lady Agatha.

Temperament: temperamento, genio. thrill: excitación, sensación, ilusión, conmoverse, emoción, estremecer, esperanzar, emocionado, estremecimiento, esperanza, excitar. toy: juguete, el juguete. unseen: no visto. wakened: despertado. 38 The Picture of Dorian Gray Suddenly he stopped and glanced up at the houses. He found that he had passed his aunt's some distance, and, smiling to himself, turned back. When he entered the somewhat sombre hall, the butler told him that they had gone in to lunch. % "Late as usual, Harry," cried his aunt, shaking her head at him.

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