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After reading this general statement, you will naturally be interested in possessing your mind next of the accompanying details.
I then narrated the details of my departure from the Earth, explaining that my body there lay fully clothed in all the, to her, strange garments of mundane dwellers.
Also, I would have written an account of the ceremony, but that there will be no one to report to me the details.
All the details that we have met with, prove him to be no ordinary man.
In process of time, as the arts of war developed, it increased in size and strength, and although recorded details are lacking, the history is written not merely in the stone of its building, but is inferred in the changes of structure.
But Rogojin added no words of his own in confirmation of this view, and as before, he recounted with marvellous exactness the details of his crime.
She had thought it all out a hundred times since she had discovered that the baby which Anderssen had placed in her arms that night upon the Kincaid was not her own, and it had been a constant and gnawing source of happiness to her to dream the whole fantasy through in its every detail.
It was evident then that he expected opposition, but the girl was too loyal to let von Horn know if she felt other than in harmony with the proposal, and too proud to evince by surprise the fact that she was not wholly conversant with its every detail.
The whole story is full of miraculous elements, and the various authorities disagree on numerous points of detail.
6] I have described this Bar in detail, in the Lond.
And again every detail of his quarrel with his wife was present to his imagination, all the hopelessness of his position, and worst of all, his own fault.
They were sharp with detail, for she had visioned them many times, though their content was of things she had never seen.