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more horrible, it seemed to him for the moment, than the silent thing that he knew was stretched across the table, the thing whose grotesque misshapen shadow on the spotted carpet showed him that it had not stirred, but was still there, as he had left it.
But the figure which most attracted the public eye, and stirred up the deepest feeling, was the Episcopal clergyman of King's Chapel, riding haughtily among the magistrates in his priestly vestments, the fitting representatives of prelacy and persecution, the union of church and state, and all those abominations which had driven the Puritans to the wilderness.
Crimsworth stirred the fire, then folded his arms, and sat a moment thinking, his lips compressed, his brow knit.
Never in his life had he been stirred to such utterance, and never in his life had there been cause to be so stirred.
There are as many masterless folk in this country as there are rabbits on Cowdray Down, and there are many who show their faces by night but would dance in a hempen collar if they stirred forth in the day.
Heat in microwave oven on high power 1 to 2 minutes, until melted and smooth when stirred.
If the container has been in a shop for longer than a week, it must be stirred for a minimum of 30 min at full speed (approximately 1725 rpm).
Suppose someone offered you a glass of apple juice stirred with a used comb.
Microwave on high power 1 to 1 1/2 minutes or until thoroughly blended and melted when stirred.
After allowing an appropriate holding period for dissolution of the master alloy, the melt is gently stirred to ensure dispersion of the nuclei throughout the melt.
Heat in a microwave oven on high power 1 to 1 1/2 minutes, until chocolate is melted and smooth when stirred.
Though only 9% of heats were stirred that month, the number of misruns plummeted from 23 in October to just three in November.