The chief of these is strangeness or difficulty in the matter to be copied.
As soon as the questioning spirit arose, the strangeness of many statements in the book leaped into view.
In the existing portraits of him those who never saw him are apt to discover a strangeness which seems to them sinister or even affected.
A few minutes later Prince Andrew rang and Natasha went to him, but Sonya, feeling unusually excited and touched, remained at the window thinking about the strangeness of what had occurred.
In our most trivial walks, we are constantly, though unconsciously, steering like pilots by certain well-known beacons and headlands, and if we go beyond our usual course we still carry in our minds the bearing of some neighboring cape; and not till we are completely lost, or turned round--for a man needs only to be turned round once with his eyes shut in this world to be lost--do we appreciate the vastness and strangeness of nature.
The strangeness and absurdity of these replies arise from the fact that modern history, like a deaf man, answers questions no one has asked.
strangeness of the three characters is intentional.
Much was made of the vehicle, the environment, the very strangeness.
" They endeavoured to enable the English reader to follow the correspondences of the original with the closest exactness, to catch the solemn repetition of words and phrases, to mark the subtleties of expression, to feel even the strangeness of unusual forms of speech."
It is of such exceeding strangeness and beauty that it might have been thought it would be protected by the natives; but they hold it alive before a fire till its beautiful eyes burst in order to afford a supposed remedy for ophthalmia!
For most of the time, this means feeling overwhelmed by the sensual beauty and strangeness of the new place.
captivated by the natural beauty and strangeness of these objects.
Till the swap's done He sits like a yoga Straining the wires of strangeness - After all, he does have perfect pitch.
strangeness of the situation.
strangeness of water "?
strangeness of the world in this steady labor.
strangeness of life.
strangeness of the place from which we view all this.
Kelly Link has strangeness, charm and spin to spare.
No mere synopsis can adequately convey the strangeness of cinematic vision expressed in Awakening of the Beast.
I disagree with the you don't feel anything as I always felt a strangeness when the bursts were given.
We also see strangeness, such as Sun starting their RPC parts at 32768.
Understanding these supposed contradictions helps to explain the strangeness.
Since I have now experienced it first hand I have re-read many of the articles and noticed some strangeness in them.
The sheer strangeness of this place and the bizarre regularity of its 37,000 basalt columns has made it the subject of numerous legends.
Second set: Venus leads Serena 6-4, 1-0 more strangeness.
Their very strangeness is the crux of the matter.
UNTIL about half way through when it goes completely hatstand, with orchestral phrases, repeating sound effects and general strangeness.
FA (humanities ): I think that [one's own strangeness] is something that's good for me.
All the other strangeness of the medley reads like nonsense.
strangeness index the more the information aspects of the report defy explanation in ordinary physical terms.
untouchable sound, the look, the rhapsodic rhetoric, and the strangeness.
The peculiar art therein is that while the discords owe their intelligibility and softness to the smooth melodic lines by which in " resolving " they prove themselves but transient rainbow-hues on or below the surface, they owe their strangeness to the intense vividness with which at the moment of impact they suggest a mysteriously remote foreign key.
p. 97 seq.; Keary, The Vikings in Western Christendom, pp. 162, 260.) No example could better than this bring home to us the strangeness of the Christian world to the first adventurers from the north, nor better explain the process of familiarity which gradually extended the sphere of their ambition.
Jessie finds herself laughing at the strangeness of the situation.
Could it be yet another manifestation of the " Strangeness of water "?
I found a curious relief from the aching strangeness of the world in this steady labor.
Even when his individuality is strong enough, as in a traditional seeker, he may not admit the strangeness of life.
But the result ultimately points to the labor and the material quality, the strangeness of the place from which we view all this.
It is a little difficult to work out how much of the strangeness of the three characters is intentional.
I disagree with the you do n't feel anything as I always felt a strangeness when the bursts were given.
Second set: Venus leads Serena 6-4, 1-0 More strangeness.
FA (humanities): I think that [one 's own strangeness] is something that 's good for me.
The higher the strangeness index the more the information aspects of the report defy explanation in ordinary physical terms.
They had the untouchable sound, the look, the rhapsodic rhetoric, and the strangeness.
Much the same as support hose for fibromyalgia or socks that encourage circulation to prevent deep vein thrombosis, this sort of lingerie, whether for men or women, is welcome despite its strangeness, intrusiveness or downright ugliness.
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