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  • "Murmuring" was the characteristic of Israel's rebellion against God

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • Murmuring tenderly—as if she desired his healing touch—he pushed her skirt up and said the things they all said.

    Mapping the Territory

  • Murmuring invocations to the element of water, and calling on Thoth, the Egyptian god of the moon and knowledge and wisdom, and also on Amun, the king of the gods who was associated with hidden power, she traced the Wedjats.

    Arcane Circle

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    Murmuring generals (2)

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    Murmuring generals

  • Murmuring inarticulately and making swift signs, she strove to establish the kinship.

    LI-WAN, THE FAIR

  • Murmuring "sorry" to the harried maitre d 'and stopping briefly to chat with a fan, the London-born Ms. Panjabi, who plays the calculatingly seductive, street-smart P.I. Kalinda Sharma on the hit series, surveyed the block.

    'What Would Kalinda Do?'

  • Murmuring from friends and colleagues has gotten ever louder in the past year.

    Yolanda Reid Chassiakos: Don't Call It 'Retirement', Call It 'Renaissance!'

  • Murmuring his name softly, she shifted onto her back, encouraging Max to slide up over her, parting her lips to welcome his kisses.

    Captured by Moonlight

  • Murmuring those words before a representation of such courage, I was able to put my own struggles into perspective.

    The Woman I Was Born to Be

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