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The first impulse of navigation took its visible form in that tideless basin freed from hidden shoals and treacherous currents, as if in tender regard for the infancy of the art.
Clear and delicate at once as he is in the outlining of visible imagery, he is more finely scrupulous still in the noting of sounds; he conceives of noble sound as even moulding the human countenance to nobler types, and as something actually "profaned" by visible form or colour.
Taking him into custody for that purpose, or overshadowing him as if he really were his Evil Genius in visible form, Mr Wegg clapped Mr Boffin's hat upon the back of his head, and walked him out by the arm, asserting a proprietorship over his soul and body that was at once more grim and more ridiculous than anything in Mr Venus's rare collection.
And yet if it had been merely an illusion, how terrible it was to think that conscience could raise such fearful phantoms, and give them visible form, and make them move before one
For a moment Jasper Dale believed that his dream love had taken visible form before him.
Religion means a bond or tie, and certainly a cult--or, in other words, the outward and visible form of religion is the only force that can bind the various elements of society together and mould them into a permanent form.
If that sleepy old court could rouse itself, and present in any visible form the daydreams I have had in it about Dora, it would reveal my truth.
s exegesis is his interpretation of 2 Corinthians 5:7, namely, that Paul claims, in the present, to live in the sphere of faith rather than in the presence of the visible form of the exalted Christ.
It provides an immediate, highly visible form of identification with clear instructions directly on the band.
As the most visible form of branding, the new uniforms bring to life the essence of ANA's focus on providing the highest level of Japanese hospitality and service while showcasing the airline's passion for progress and reinvention.
Three chapters are devoted to marriage as a visible form of political protest, as a form of social validation, and as an act of romance that is nonetheless tied up with larger sociolegal concerns for this population--all grounded in survey data and quoted interviews.
I followed his silent, barely visible form into the woods to a winding, creek-cut ravine.

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