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  • "It's almost like an aspect of the Adult Conspiracy Bounds have to be set, to protect the innocent"

    Zombie Lover

  • Each phase of my approach applies an aspect of what I call the Process of Shedding—a rethinking, removal, and recovery on many levels from harmful beliefs and choices that simply frees up the radiance waiting within you.

    The Truth About Beauty

  • There is an aspect of science known as Fourier analysis.


  • This was an aspect of Dwarran culture the Teacher had neglected to expound upon, Flinx observed.

    Running from the Deity

  • At the dining hour Charlotte repaired to Mrs. Beauchamp's, and during dinner assumed as composed an aspect as possible; but when the cloth was removed, she summoned all her resolution and determined to make Mrs. Beauchamp acquainted with every circumstance preceding her unfortunate elopement, and the earnest desire she had to quit a way of life so repugnant to her feelings.

    Charlotte Temple, a tale of truth; reprinted from the rare first American edition (1794), over twelve hundred errors in later editions being corected, and the preface restored; with an historical and biographical introduction, bibliography, etc., by Francis W. Halsey.

  • The great plain of Siam is bounded on the east by a spur of the Himalayan range, which breaks off in Cambodia, and is found again in the west, extending almost to the extremity of the Malayan states; on the north these two mountain ranges approach each other, and form that multitude of small hills which imparts so picturesque an aspect to the Laos country.

    The English Governess at the Siamese Court

  • Hence it is that frowning commonly gives to the countenance, as Sir C. Bell remarks, an aspect of intellectual energy.

    The expression of the emotions in man and animals

  • The modern debate concerning the nature of modern science and whether it deals with an aspect of reality or simply with models convenient for mathe - matical calculation, debates which have been carried out among such men as E. Meyerson, Cassirer, and

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • My only ambition was to be accepted, in any capacity, by one of the Paris police stations, and to be allowed to discover for myself an aspect of the world of which Inspector Jacquemain had merely given me a glimpse.

    Maigret's Memoirs

  • She'd been true to her dark nature, too, trying to maintain an aspect of exhausted mopeyness while channeling any enthusiasm she felt into a vehicle for imminent disappointment, and above all, suppressing the deep-seated perkiness that her friend Lily said she'd never shed when she'd refused to throw away her Hello Kitty backpack or let go of her Nintendog virtual beagle puppy.

    You Suck


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