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And now tell me how he rapt you away to the realm of darkness and gloom, and by what trick did the strong Host of Many beguile you?
Also I will tell how he rapt me away by the deep plan of my father the Son of Cronos and carried me off beneath the depths of the earth, and will relate the whole matter as you ask.
In the RAPt centre's community room Kate sat down in a comfortable chair with a group of women all known by their first names - offender Isha, 33, and two former inmates who have successfully been through the programme, Kirsty and Lacey, both 36.
Amanda Cockram, who runs the RAPt programme, said the Duchess's visit reminded the inmates they were not forgotten.
Through Rapt Media's interactive videos, viewers can click or tap -- via any mobile device -- to interact with the video and choose the content and path they want to see.
Harmon joined the storytelling, reading to a rapt audience of rugrats, as did Melina Kanakaredes and Kelli Williams.
Authored and illustrated by Joy Nelkin Wieder, The Secret Tunnel impressively employs historical details of daily life and the threat of conquest by siege with language and imagery which will hold the rapt attention of young readers ages 7 to 10.
Nevertheless, the old curiosity shop was filled with old curiosities like me mincing up and down the aisles in rapt fascination, glancing periodically toward what used to be the hack room, now an espresso cafe.
Gene had the rapt attention of each person as he spoke on the importance of "giving back"; the beginnings of the Foundation and the importance of the work we do.
Whether (as in the 13th century) they observe with rapt attention the stigmata of suffering or (as in our times) themselves carry the stigmata in the form of disease, the birds are clearly an integral part of the scene.
Every inductee has a rapt sheet longer than the last two minutes of an NBA playoff game.
Until then, rapt assumed violent abduction, but royal legislation expanded the notion to include nonviolent seduction involving fraudulent promise of marriage.