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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.
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
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.
In addition to this, the reader must endure the author's frequent repetition of the social and political context of the Spanish Civil War.
One positive side effect of this issue's UAE focus is the frequent repetition of two little words: 'master' and 'plan'.
He shares some of the righteous indignation and frequent repetition of his former comic partner Stewart Lee, but this is delivered with less sneer and more warmth.
The frequent repetition of bad habits that are a primary culprit of chronic pain can be adjusted with conscious effort from the individual, as noted by Dr.
s somewhat stream-of-consciousness style is frustrating because of its frequent repetition and lack of clear organization, but it is also rich in insight and surprises the reader with fresh metaphors like calling the scapegoat "a collective Tylenol or cultural tranquilizer" (39).
Absurd though it was, Ablow's rant was cited again and again on Fox News, and its frequent repetition prompted reactions all over the media.