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Then she bade them go with all speed and invite the stranger to come for a measureless hire.
This tickled Mr Sloppy as an extraordinarily good joke, and he threw back his head and laughed with measureless enjoyment.
when sorrow is all new and strange, when hope has not yet got wings to fly beyond the days and weeks, and the space from summer to summer seems measureless.
Despite being associated with the oppressors by the colour of his skin, Alex is a kind of conscience objector whose sorrow over the dog's life of the 'chibalos' is measureless.
it swept across me that here was the only hope, but also the sure hope, of saving the world from measureless degradation.
Father, we praise you, with all your creatures great and small, from measureless galaxy to tiniest particle.
death] reveals itself as something which knows no measure at all, no more or less, but means the possibility of the measureless impossibility of existence.
While the theatre these scholars portrayed was expansive, it was by no means measureless.
Interestingly she also finds parallels between Rossetti's aesthetic and the practice of plainsong, in which the poet engaged twice weekly, and notes Rossetti's encouragement of readers to anticipate "through moments where absence or silence is felt, the unsounded measureless song of a community of souls in heaven" (p.
How small a fraction of all the measureless infinity of time is allotted to each of us" [5, p.
The improvised mini-navy couldn't do much, and it certainly didn't intimidate the Germans," wrote Richard Snow, author of "A Measureless Peril: America in the Fight for the Atlantic, the Longest Battle of World War II.