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Rokoff stood as though petrified, his eyes protruding from their sockets, his mouth agape, and the cold sweat of terror clammy upon his brow.
Alleyne, all unnerved at so strange and unwonted a sight, shrunk up against the wall with his eyes fixed upon the frenzied creature, which came bounding along with ungainly speed, looking the larger in the uncertain light, its huge jaws agape, with blood and slaver trickling to the ground.
He could see the slaver on the drooping jowls, and the great fangs agape to seize and destroy him.
Mean while our Primitive great Sire, to meet His god-like Guest, walks forth, without more train Accompani'd then with his own compleat Perfections, in himself was all his state, More solemn then the tedious pomp that waits On Princes, when thir rich Retinue long Of Horses led, and Grooms besmeard with Gold Dazles the croud, and sets them all agape. Neerer his presence ADAM though not awd, Yet with submiss approach and reverence meek, As to a superior Nature, bowing low,
"Now, for some space the revellers stood agape, unable
Data integration products provider Sunopsis has been chosen by Agapes Group, a French restaurant chain, to deploy its enterprise application integration solution.
Once the solution is installed Agapes Group can integrate the applications that are used in its 300 restaurants in an effort to increase the company's business performance and productivity.
[UKPRwire, Wed Nov 25 2015] Atlanta-based incentive program provider Loyaltyworks teamed up with Agape Atlanta once again for a great cause.
Dado que quisieramos analizar los dos modos en que se manifiesta el amor (eros o agape) para el caso de nuestros vampiros colombianos, permitasenos decir unas cuantas palabras al respecto empleando para ello lo que plantea un conocedor del tema como Robert Hamerton-Kelly.
Si aplicamos esta caracterizacion del eros y el agape para el caso de los vampiros que hemos resenado en el apartado anterior, el Dracula de Stoker seria una ejemplificacion de un ser dominado por eros.
Pese a su aparente sencillez linguistica y formal, el 4a Evangelio abre a los ojos del creyente, hoy como ayer, una riqueza inagotable; entre sus ensenanzas sobresale la instruccion acerca del agape, la caridad.