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As a means towards his composure and self-possession, he entered into a more minute examination of the office than he had yet had time to make; looked into the wig-box, the books, and ink-bottle; untied and inspected all the papers; carved a few devices on the table with a sharp blade of Mr Brass's penknife; and wrote his name on the inside of the wooden coal-scuttle.
The possibility of a relapse would of course, in some moments, occur to remind her of what anxiety was-- but when she saw, on her frequent and minute examination, that every symptom of recovery continued, and saw Marianne at six o'clock sink into a quiet, steady, and to all appearance comfortable, sleep, she silenced every doubt.
Then, should anything appear to merit a more minute examination, Albert de Morcerf could follow up his researches by means of a small gate, similar to that close to the concierge's door, and which merits a particular description.
Nothing escaped their notice; and any thing they could lay their hands on underwent the most minute examination. To get rid of such inquisitive neighbors, the travellers kept on for a considerable distance, before they encamped for the night.
This eye structure seemed remarkable in a beast whose haunts were upon a glaring field of ice and snow, and though I found upon minute examination of several that we killed that each ocellus is furnished with its own lid, and that the animal can at will close as many of the facets of his huge eyes as he chooses, yet I was positive that nature had thus equipped him because much of his life was to be spent in dark, subterranean recesses.
At nine o'clock, Lord de Winter made his customary visit, examined the window and the bars, sounded the floor and the walls, looked to the chimney and the doors, without, during this long and minute examination, he or Milady pronouncing a single word.
A minute examination of the circumstances served only to make the case more complex.
Again the jury made minute examinations, and again reported:
In Eugene Vodolazkin's Solovyov and Larionov, Solovyov is the subject under minute examination. A young historian at the beginning of his career, he finds his subject in General Larionov, who led White Russian troops against the Bolshevik revolutionary army, but who, after his defeat in the Crimea, evacuated what men he had left, put the rest in disguises, and waited to meet his enemies in his own uniform.
Rejecting the plea filed by Hanif Abbasi regarding issue of PTI's foreign funding, the court referred the issue to the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) for minute examination as scrutiny of accounts of political parties is the duty of ECP stating that applicant is not affected party of foreign funding.
On what were its bases sunk, or who laid its cornerstone, when the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy?" I then smile weakly and subject my feet to a minute examination.
Plus a minute examination of various Vatican institutions and functionaries.