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These jerking movements were in unison with the recurrent spasms that attacked the throat, each spasm severer and more intense than the preceding one.
I feel as if it might catch me and whisk me leagues out to sea," said Anne, as one drenched them with radiance; and she felt rather relieved when they got so near the Point that they were inside the range of those dazzling, recurrent flashes.
In looking at Nature, it is most necessary to keep the foregoing considerations always in mind--never to forget that every single organic being around us may be said to be striving to the utmost to increase in numbers; that each lives by a struggle at some period of its life; that heavy destruction inevitably falls either on the young or old, during each generation or at recurrent intervals.
The sinking, moreover, whether continuous, or recurrent with intervals sufficiently long for the corals again to bring up their living edifices to the surface, must necessarily have been extremely slow.
As Father Brown wrote the last and least essential part of his document, he caught himself writing to the rhythm of a recurrent noise outside, just as one sometimes thinks to the tune of a railway train.
One night he sprang from sleep with a start, eager-eyed, nostrils quivering and scenting, his mane bristling in recurrent waves.
The phrase was continually in her mind, and each recurrent thought of it brought an actual physical pleasure-pang to her heart.
Gore was so continually implied in his talk, and the attempts to convey to him the idea that many weeks had passed and much had happened since then had been so soon swept away by recurrent forgetfulness, that even Mr.
Recurrent Technologies said it has announced a comprehensive Datacenter / IT Maintenance and Support Services program to clients.
Washington, June 14 ( ANI ): Researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania have identified a key molecular player in recurrent breast cancer - a finding that suggests potential new therapeutic strategies.
Women with recurrent spontaneous abortions in the setting of antiphospholipid syndrome have a 15-fold greater risk of thrombotic events over the long term, compared with women who have had multiple miscarriages but who don't have the syndrome.