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I must confess the stress and danger of the time have left an abiding sense of doubt and insecurity in my mind.
The interview was brief, and the interviewer could not help feeling although treated with pleasant courtesy, that more important matters were in hand than the perpetuation of a romancer's countenance to future generations; but a friendly family acquaintance grew up from the incident, and will remain an abiding memory.
Many of these bear with them the smart of real or fancied injuries; many consider themselves expatriated beings, wrongfully exiled from their hereditary homes, and the sepulchres of their fathers, and cherish a deep and abiding animosity against the race that has dispossessed them.
His mouth, however, betrayed an abiding bitterness.
The place had also a more abiding defect; it drank hard.
Then there had been the pleasurable excitement of choosing a showy grey stepper for May's brougham (the Wellands had given the carriage), and the abiding occupation and interest of arranging his new library, which, in spite of family doubts and disapprovals, had been carried out as he had dreamed, with a dark embossed paper, Eastlake book-cases and "sincere" arm-chairs and tables.
It has been the abiding place of many learned and famous Jewish rabbins.
I became interested in your story, At the Earth's Core, not so much because of the probability of the tale as of a great and abiding wonder that people should be paid real money for writing such impossible trash.
Yet somehow it conveyed to Anne a whiff of the wholesome, simple life at Green Gables, with its savor of ancient peace, and the steadfast abiding love that was there for her.
Sellers and store owners said instructions issued by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry in cooperation with the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice stated the importance of abiding by abaya designs.
Our General Counsel had a lawsuit waiting in the wings just in case the city decided not to repeal what were, quite frankly, pointless hurdles for law abiding citizens.
Asserting that "Road Safety is Everyone's Responsibility," the directorate reiterated that abiding by the law ensures the safety of road users and decreases all causes of road accidents.