References in classic literature ?
And he bowed profoundly before the cardinal, like a man who says, "Lord, Thy will be done
Nevertheless it was the head of an individual and interesting woman, who would no doubt have turned and laughed at Willoughby if she could have caught his eye; but when he looked up at her he sighed profoundly.
She felt profoundly that things do not stand much looking into.
Rumour of their approach having gone before, they found the garden-doors fast closed, the windows made secure, and the house profoundly dark: not a light being visible in any portion of the building.
I want to say again to the American people how profoundly sorry I am for what I said and did to trigger these events and the great burden they have imposed on the Congress and on the American people,'' Clinton said.
Sherwood's beautifully painted concate-nations of color and symbols are either profoundly hopeful, profoundly cynical, or both.
That's a profoundly sacramental worldview that lies at the heart of Catholic tradition.
Their enduring faith will catapult the Campaign and inspire others to support what has impacted so profoundly on the cultural landscape of New Jersey.
A profoundly moving blend of the lessons of present and past in the quest for building a fulfilling life and community, and passing on positive values to one's children.
That book profoundly influenced Hofstadter as a youngster, and in this revision, he updates the text to clarify ambiguities and to make it generally more accessible to mathematicians and nonspecialists alike.
Although Costas-Gravas is a little more subtle, and less overtly vulgar than Hochhuth, his film is still a profoundly anti-Pius and, above all, anti-Catholic tract.