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Today some silent valley of Tunisia Shall tremble at their stroke from sky unsheathed, And, with the night, perhaps some God looking down With dull, cold eyes, by the near stars will see One, lonely, grim battalion cut its way Through agony and death to fame's high crown And wonderingly watch the friendless strength Of little men, who die that great Truths shall live.
The wonderingly open questions indicate Corrie's dawning awareness that the experience of deracination might extend into an existential inquiry, and one from which she herself cannot emerge unscathed: 'this is the end of life as we know it'.
Hasn't been schooled yet, Sidney thought wonderingly.
She had both her hands behind his head looking up at him wonderingly on a utility divan, one leg of which was broken.
The nineteenth was the first century of human sympathy,--the age when half wonderingly we began to descry in others that transfigured spark of divinity which we call Myself; when clodhopper and peasant, tramps and thieves, and millionaires and--sometimes--Negroes, became throbbing souls whose warm pulsing life touches us so nearly that we half gasped with surprise, crying, "Thou too
Po is so alienated from the retail noodle business that he wonderingly remarks that he doesn't feel like he's his father's son at all - but this is as observant and self-questioning as Po gets.
The titles of these works range from the should-be-shocking ("The Holy Sister's Conspiracy against their Husbands" [239]) to the mildly reassuring ("Dies Novissimus, or, Dooms-day Not so Near as Dreaded" [238]) to the wonderingly verbose ("The most strange and wounderfull apperation of blood in poole at Garraton in Leicester-shire, which continued for the space of foure dayes, the rednesse of the colour for the space of those foure dayes every day increasing higher and higher, to the infinet amazement of many hundreds of beholders of all degrees and conditions, who have dipped their handketchers in this bloody poole, .
This week has brought the first parent of this season to say, wonderingly, 'I can't believe his confidence
She is stunned that she is now considered as expendable as Richards: "'I told them and they tried to kill us,' she said wonderingly.