By Ke Ke Raṅganāthācāryulu
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A wall of frosty air invaded the room, cooling senses that had been afire moments before. " yelled the intruder. Trapped in a gloomy corner, the name ringing in her ears, she could not look away from the duke's piercing gaze. " the voice demanded. "That Pitt fellow said—" "Aye, I'm here, Ian," said the duke. Juliet's heart jumped into her throat. " she whispered in disbelief. "Why does he address you so? " He smiled the patient smile she'd seen him bestow on his daughters. "Aye, 'tis, lass, but the old folks use the Scottish.
A gnawing ache ground away at her. Bending down, Lillian had freed Juliet's hand. "I'll send for you," she had promised. " She cupped Juliet's tear-streaked cheeks. "You'll have a pony to ride. We'll deck him out in ribbons and gillyflowers. " Her heart breaking, she had stood on the dock from noon until dusk and watched the square rigger become a speck on the horizon. As night settled over the water, loneliness crept into Juliet's soul. Three years later the letter had come. Lillian had fallen in love and would soon bear a child.
Only one thing bothered him: the cold, "Frigid, godforsaken country," he grumbled, staring at the floor. Compassion rose inside her. He wore a stocking cap pulled over his bushy eyebrows and a muffler tightly wound around his neck. His bulbous nose resembled a ripe persimmon. " He dropped the reins and crossed the distance in three strides. " He stamped his feet and rubbed his arms. " "Morning again, Pitt," said the duke. Cogburn merely nodded; Juliet decided his lack of warmth toward the duke was a result of a lack of warmth in general.
A historical grammar of inscriptional Telugu, 1401 A.D. to 1900 A.D by Ke Ke Raṅganāthācāryulu