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The soul gives itself, alone, original and pure, to the Lonely, Original and Pure, who, on that condition, gladly inhabits, leads and speaks through it.
Give me whatever guard you like, chain me if you like, but leave me the house I inhabit for my prison.
As for the child, as soon as he sees the light of the sun, the deep-breasted mountain Nymphs who inhabit this great and holy mountain shall bring him up.
continued Barbicane, "that astonishment is reserved for the Selenites who inhabit the face of the moon opposite to the earth, a face which is ever invisible to our countrymen of the terrestrial globe.
It follows, then," continued Barbicane, without knitting his brows, "that the visible face of the disc must be very agreeable to inhabit, since it always looks on either the sun when the moon is full, or on the earth when the moon is new.
Never mind," replied Michel; "if we ever become Selenites, we will inhabit the visible face.
Most of them inhabit the country west of the Mississippi.
ACCEPTING his Best Actor Oscar, Daniel Day-Lewis, right, who famously inhabits his roles, thanked his wife for putting up with living with several different men over the years.
I'M not sure what planet Katie Price inhabits but it isn't one that has any common sense in the air.
Fish and Wildlife Service listed the Preble's meadow jumping mouse, which inhabits river valleys along the eastern flank of the Rockies, as "threatened" under the Endangered Species Act, leaving many landowners unable to develop their land.
The Indian Ocean bottlenose dolphin, which mainly inhabits waters near southern Pacific coasts, is most likely to be breeding in Kagoshima bay in southwestern Japan, an ecological survey shows.
Trypanosoma brucei has a two-part life cycle in which it inhabits the tsetse fly and then a mammal.