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And through a luminous emanation, which lasted some seconds, the whole three caught a glimpse of that mysterious disc which the eye of man now saw for the first time.
He exhaled, on entering, that delicate perfume which, among elegant men and women of high fashion, never changes, and appears to be incorporated in the person, of whom it has become the natural emanation.
His figure was somewhat slight, but manly and well formed; and, apart from all the grace of youth and comeliness, there was an emanation from the warm young heart in his look and bearing which kept the old man down.
Captain Ellis looked upon himself as a sort of divine (pagan) emanation, the deputy-Neptune for the circumambient seas.
There was something like an emanation of evil from her eyes and from the face of the other, who, exactly behind her and overtopping her by half a head, kept his eyelids lowered in a sinister fashion--which in the poor girl, reached, stirred, set free that faculty of unreasoning explosive terror lying locked up at the bottom of all human hearts and of the hearts of animals as well.
It was an alchemy of soul occultly subtile and profoundly deep--a mysterious emanation of the spirit, seductive, sweetly humble, and terribly imperious.
Les medias locaux ont egalement rapporte qu'un enfant d'un an est decede des suites d'un empoisonnement cause par les emanations des vehicules.
Ces actions concernent la diminution de la pollution dans la capitale decoulant des emanations des vehicules, par le biais de la fermeture de certaines rues notamment dans une partie de la rue Didouche-Mourad, a la rue Khettabi, (Grande poste) et la rue Ben-M'hidi.
The Secretary Climate Change Ministry, Arif Ahmed Khan, said that however the nation is amongst most minimal emitters and records for under 1% of the aggregate worldwide carbon emanations, it stays focused on the worldwide endeavors to decrease atmosphere modifying carbon outflow to handle an Earth-wide temperature boost and its effects by embracing low-carbon improvement pathways especially in vitality, horticulture, transport.
For decades, spy agencies and researchers have sought arcane ways of extracting information from keyboards and the like, successfully capturing light, heat and other emanations that allow the receivers to reconstruct content.
They differ, however, on how to interpret the emanations whereby Father generates the Son and the Spirit proceeds from both.
A third line of advance since Mendel has been the utilization of X-rays and radium emanations for purposes of inducing permanent modifications in organisms.