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There was nothing very notable about it, except the rather unusual alternation of many long, low windows with many long, low oblongs of looking-glass, which gave a singular air of lightness and unsubstantialness to the place.
It is the custom on the stage, in all good murderous melodramas, to present the tragic and the comic scenes, in as regular alternation, as the layers of red and white in a side of streaky bacon.
Even now, her mind, with that instantaneous alternation which makes two currents of feeling or imagination seem simultaneous, is glancing continually from Stephen to the preparations she has only half finished in Maggie's room.
King's ample movement vocabulary is not arbitrarily diverse; his dynamic alternations consist of more than stark contrasts.
GC's indicated effectiveness was also the subject of a research paper that discussed its apparent significant amelioration of metabolic alternations and its immune modulatory role in the treatment of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis ("NASH"), or acute liver failure, as well as glucose intolerance, such as exists in type 2 diabetes.
of Cologne) examines the verb derivation of Modern Greek within an alternations framework and suggests a new model of analysis for verb derivation in general.
The original Proto-Germanic consonantal alternations of voiceless and voiced fricatives, generated by the operation of Verner's Law, though slightly modified, were relatively well attested in Old English.
That would simultaneously explain the alternations in the noun paradigms of both NP and SP, as seen in Table 13 and Table 14.
The mean percentage of correct alternations during test blocks of trials are shown in Figure 1.
The majority of Delta's alternations have been made to the lowest fares available in select markets with an average fare reduction of approximately USD80 round-trip, based on a round-trip purchase, or 20% off previously available fares.
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Works of body art have traditionally reflected rites of passage, served as group identifiers, and made people confirm to a cultural code and social standard outsiders rarely understand, so it's timely that cultural anthropologist John Rush examines different processes and procedures of radical physical alternations in different cultures, from branding to tattooing and self-inflicted pain.

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