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When they separated Felix kissed the hand of the stranger and said, `Good night sweet Safie.' He sat up much longer, conversing with his father, and by the frequent repetition of her name I conjectured that their lovely guest was the subject of their conversation.
Poyser's outbreak was discussed in all the farm-houses with a zest which was only heightened by frequent repetition. The news that "Bony" was come back from Egypt was comparatively insipid, and the repulse of the French in Italy was nothing to Mrs.
It had the fault of frequent repetition, incidental to all such prayers; but it was plain and comprehensive in its doctrines, and breathed a tone of general sympathy and charity, which is not so commonly a characteristic of this form of address to the Deity as it might be.
One fierce and wild- looking warrior approached the chief, bearing a load of the brush, and pointing exultingly to the deep red stains with which it was sprinkled, uttered his joy in Indian yells, whose meaning Heyward was only enabled to comprehend by the frequent repetition of the name "La Longue Carabine!" When his triumph had ceased, he cast the brush on the slight heap Duncan had made before the entrance of the second cavern, and closed the view.
This hog was always wallowing there, and as he was the only hog we saw, his frequent repetition, together with his unvarying similarity to himself, finally caused me to reflect that he must be the same hog, and this led me to the deduction that this must be the same spring, also--which indeed it was.
Their dark, angry glances at the woods from which we had come, and the frequent repetition of the word "Doda," made it clear enough that this was a rescue party who had set forth to save or revenge the old chief's son, for such we gathered that the youth must be.
Soon after I heard a general shout, with frequent repetitions of the words PEPLOM SELAN; and I felt great numbers of people on my left side relaxing the cords to such a degree, that I was able to turn upon my right, and to ease myself with making water; which I very plentifully did, to the great astonishment of the people; who, conjecturing by my motion what I was going to do, immediately opened to the right and left on that side, to avoid the torrent, which fell with such noise and violence from me.
John Chamberlain appears to believe that an assertion becomes true by frequent repetition. The Euro in trouble?
Maximum number of the clinical faculty have perceived that there was frequent repetition of the basic science chapters as the students went up the step ladder pattern of the teaching schedules in the different years As a result of this repetition and the disjointed approach there is unnecessary wastage of time while giving a touch up to the basic science part of each clinical topic in the clinical years and so also, the students gradually lose interest when the teacher actually comes to the clinical part of the topic within the one hour lecture.
Both the effort to blot out the name, the face and the ideas of the Monster of Christchurch and change of attire of Jacinta Ardern indicate that in her mind, there is 'Us' and there is 'other', and that in the recesses of her mind frequent repetition of the contrary assumption lacks sincerity.
Furthermore, the researcher also noticed frequent repetition of questions with 26% of them repeated without change, 13% with minor changes and 12% with significant changes in SSC part-II exams.
Jorgensen et al injected a combination of local anaesthetic and corticosteroids intra-articularly for KOA and found that pain sensitivity was reduced immediately but for only 2 weeks.8 Hence, to have a long-time effect, frequent repetition of injections is required, but this is not a safe option as weight-bearing joints should not be injected more than once per month.2