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The two managers in their box could not suppress an exclamation of horror.
And the more completely he can suppress his own silly views, his own foolish prejudices, his own absurd ideas of what Art should be, or should not be, the more likely he is to understand and appreciate the work of art in question.
She toiled on, therefore, though she could not altogether suppress her tears.
When it goes astray, they suppress it--pounce upon it without warning, and throttle it.
To suppress a paper here involves the ruin of the publisher, almost.
Now and then they glanced at one another, hardly able to suppress their laughter.
Dexter was wicked enough to suppress the letter, which wounded his vanity by revealing him as an object for loathing and contempt--but he was not wicked enough deliberately to let an innocent man perish on the scaffold.
Playmore puts it) to the unborn children of your marriage, to suppress a document which vindicates the memory of their father from the aspersion that the Scotch Verdict might otherwise cast on it.
And now, with my nerves already excited and half unstrung, I could not hear those words so sweetly warbled forth without some symptoms of emotion I was not able to suppress.
Speaking quite roughly and approximately, we may say that idealism tends to suppress the object, while realism tends to suppress the content.
Realists, on the other hand, as a rule, suppress the content, and maintain that a thought consists either of act and object alone, or of object alone.
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