But I have gone too far now to turn back.
Then, without a word she turned and started back the way they'd come.
I'm always going to care for her, but sometimes people go too far to turn back.
But 300 miles along the way he decided, for some reason, to turn back.
Or does she just want to turn back time and have her daughter be a baby again?
He's turned back a matter of a few miles to us, for reason enough.
In another five minutes he would have to turn back.
She must find a way to turn back into a human.
He turned back for a moment and looked behind him.
Without one, you run a big risk of being turned back.
But I put my arms about him, and we just lay still for a bit.
Now he put his arm about her but said nothing.
He wanted to put his arms about the little old man.
That put him near another boy about his own age.
Michael went round to the other side of the bed and put his arms about her from behind.
It's the man what earlier took the woman's baby and put his arm about her.
He put his arm about her, but she would not look at him.
Wall Street put that offer's value at about $80 a share.
They'd already put just about everybody available up at the front.
I put her right about a few things,' she said.
I've been thinking over the story I shall put about.
"Do you know what story that woman put about?"
We heard all this last time, put about by Philistos.
Nothing was to be done but to put about, and return in disappointment towards the north.
It would not be fair to my men to put about now, for they have all an interest in the trade.
Nobody else would be so put about by a little thing like shutters.
They still have time and room enough to put about.
And yet that has been put about, making people who object to this seem unreasonable.
Because he obviously didn't know of the fiction being put about.
Food has nothing to do with it, that's only a scare put about by physicians.