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The monotonous drip of the coffee from the table to the floor merely emphasized the silence.
To the astonishment of all persons present under forty he emphasized those words by laying his hand on his heart, and quoting poetry.
He gallantly emphasized his last words by raising the hand of the English lady to his lips.
I could see their faces, flushed and angry, the brutality distorted and emphasized by the sickly yellow of the sea-lamps which rocked back and forth with the ship.
But she, too, grew pale and thin; and the nervous activity of the poor little hands and arms only emphasized the pitiful motionlessness of the once active little feet and legs now lying so woefully quiet under the blankets.
This, though less emphasized, is, I think, an objection which is really more strongly felt than the objection of privacy.
The old woman had verified her own conclusions, given her new ideas, clinched old ones, and even savagely emphasized the tragic importance of the whole problem.
The scene was a plain, bare, monotonous vault of a school-room, and the speaker's square forefinger emphasized his observations by underscoring every sentence with a line on the schoolmaster's sleeve.
In filings with the FCC, Holmes stated that ArrayComm has emphasized the critical need for the nation to set aside a relatively small amount of spectrum that can be used to develop high-speed Internet services that complement anticipated 3G mobile networks.
Indeed, the Court emphasized that if it sustains SIRIT's judgment it will order a corresponding increase in Able's bonding requirement.
Los Angeles' Episcopal Diocese Bishop Frederick Borsch and Rabbi Harvey Fields of Wilshire Boulevard Temple emphasized the moral obligations to protect the earth and limit taking its resources from future generations, citing the Scriptures of both religious traditions.
Much like their white counterparts, these scholars wrote narrative rather than analytical works and emphasized the hand of God in human affairs, but unlike their white counterparts they discerned a divine hand that liberated rather than enslaved African peoples.