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Unfortunately, the Lady Chapel's acoustic worked against such intimacy; without any printed text, the words were (from half-way back, at any rate) undiscernible.
Whales are scarce as hen's teeth whenever thou art up here" Perhaps they were; or perhaps there might have been shoals of them in the far horizon; but lulled into such an opium-like listlessness of vacant, unconscious reverie is this absent-minded youth by the blending cadence of waves with thoughts, that at last he loses his identity; takes the mystic ocean at his feet for the visible image of that deep, blue, bottomless soul, pervading mankind and nature; and every strange, half-seen, gliding, beautiful thing that eludes him, every dimly-discovered, uprising fin of some undiscernible form, seems to him the embodiment of those elusive thoughts that only people the soul by continually flitting through it.
As an example Burke cites an "amazingly sublime" passage in the book of Job, recounting a terrifying night vision in which an undiscernible form appears and a voice is heard saying, "Shall mortal man be more just than God?
The appearance of a faint CYP2C12 protein band in a Western blot with microsomes from DEN-treated males on day 7, compared with the undiscernible amounts in microsomes from control males, indicated a slight increase also at the protein level (data not shown).
16-17]), is confirmed in the play's final scene, where the amazed Angelo submits to the duke's judgment as a manifestation of some inscrutable divine knowledge: "O my dread lord, / I should be guiltier than my guiltiness, / To think I can be undiscernible, / When I perceive your Grace, like pow'r divine, / Hath look'd upon my passes" (5.
Both skill levels may have subtle psychological differences undiscernible with the type of psychometric inventories used in this study.
His motions plainly denoted his extreme exhaustion, at least and bleeding ; even as in a drought a river will flow, whose source is in the well-springs of far-off and undiscernible hills.