The phenomena seem to be dependent on variables such as time, and are more complicated than seemed likely at first.
I seem to remember the Doctor & Romana being trapped in a room for what seem to remember the Doctor & Romana being trapped in a room for what seemed like an eternity.
I seem to remember the Doctor & Romana being trapped in a room for what seemed like an eternity.
To him it seemed as wild a tale as it may now seem to you.
- At the end of 1910 the Russian revolution, which seemed at one time to promise an overturn as complete as that of the ancien regime in France, would seem to have entered on a path of orderly and conservative development, and it is possible, now that the smoke of combat has cleared away, to form some estimate of the forces through the interplay of which this result has been achieved.
Yesterday I thought for the first time what a beautiful thing motion was, and it seemed to me that everything was trying to get near to God, does it seem that way to you?
From Albert Einstein, who always seemed to have his pipe with him, to James Dean who didn't seem fully dressed without a cigarette in his fingers, the smoking habit is nothing new.
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