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(another and colossal manifestation of power) came into the bank and stopped for several hours.
He fired rapidly, six times, and six of the pack lay dead or dying--another manifestation of power that sank deep into White Fang's consciousness.
After examining the piece with an intelligent eye, and opening and shutting the pan some ten or fifteen times, and trying sundry other equally important experiments on the lock, he turned to the boy and demanded with great manifestations of kindness, if he was hurt.
It is helplessly elemental, but it is not the less grandly so, and if it deals with the simpler manifestations of character, character affected by the interests and passions rather than the tastes and preferences, it certainly deals with the larger moods through them.
Five years have passed since then, and already I, with my petty understanding, begin to see clearly why she had to die, and in what way that death was but an expression of the infinite goodness of the Creator, whose every action, though generally incomprehensible to us, is but a manifestation of His infinite love for His creatures.
His response to my manifestation of affection was remarkable to a degree; he stretched his great mouth to its full width, baring the entire expanse of his upper rows of tusks and wrinkling his snout until his great eyes were almost hidden by the folds of flesh.
The act was so womanly, so earthly womanly, that though it stung my pride it also warmed my heart with a feeling of companionship; it was good to know that someone else on Mars beside myself had human instincts of a civilized order, even though the manifestation of them was so painful and mortifying.
No matter how revolutionary and anarchist in inception, there would be fools enough to give such an outrage the character of a religious manifestation. And that would detract from the especial alarming significance we wish to give to the act.
The findings could eventually help to identify sources of pathology and surrogate end points for trials of treatments for neuropsychiatric manifestations of lupus, she said.
Children with lupus have also been found to exhibit neuropsychiatric manifestations, and both children and adults tend to exhibit the manifestations early, she noted.
Possible neuropathological/pathophysiological explanations for neuropsychiatric manifestations in lupus patients include microangiopathy, the presence of autoantibodies, intrathecal production of proin-flammatory cytokines, atherosclerosis, complement activation in brain blood vesels, and loss of integrity of the blood brain barrier, Dr.
A third problem is determining whether nature's various particles and forces are all manifestations of a single entity (much as Maxwell showed electricity and magnetism to be types of the same force).