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    1. She knew as he said it that he could not have said that to a native, they couldn't comprehend it, it was like saying Fort Knox had disappeared to a 20th century American or Wall Street was missing to a 21st century American

    2. Like she had been on an old sleepership like the one they were docked with that had taken her on a whole new voyage into a future she could scarcely comprehend

    3. may be able to comprehend with all the saints what is the width

    4. Numb now, I gazed at the silent television screen, watching black and white figures move through a scene of domestic strife, unable for the moment to comprehend what a lawnmower might be used for

    5. Although Menachem continued to laugh and joke, although he strained so hard to contrive new amusements, the sudden and utter futility of my life was all that I could comprehend

    6. She was afraid of the shuttlecraft, though she had only seen it on video, and didn't really comprehend the starship itself

    7. When we can begin to comprehend the magnanimity of these implications, we suddenly are transformed into a whole new type of believer

    8. That was almost as hard to comprehend as electric ghosts and she was afraid she would find something just as disturbing if she pursued it

    9. white tile graduate, failing to comprehend the point

    10. Yes even though a wise man thinks he can comprehend it, he won’t

    11. comprehend the explanations from a guy that was light years ahead of him

    12. It is now the nearly the New Year for 2015, and I sit here trying to comprehend the pain of those abandoned by MH370

    13. being rooted and grounded in love, may be able to comprehend

    14. It took a moment for Katrina to comprehend the message, but when she finally did, her eyes instantly widened

    15. It was Brice who should be learning from them, if only he could comprehend their lesson

    16. Apparently unable to comprehend his message

    17. The Maker had decided to abandon Anon for reasons he yet failed to comprehend, leaving him with no choice but to partake of the Dead God’s plan

    18. But, much to his chagrin, it wouldn’t be the first time she proved him wrong, or saw a possibility he couldn’t even comprehend

    19. We have heard you and comprehend

    20. Your viewers will comprehend so much better when they see something

    21. It must comprehend the whole original capital of the bank, which, it is generally supposed, has been allowed to remain there from the time it was first deposited, nobody caring either to renew his receipt, or to take out his deposit, as, for the reasons already assigned, neither the one nor the other could be done without loss

    22. He battled to comprehend what the message meant, as if his mind didn’t want to accept the inevitable

    23. Camus says that this world is without any meaning that we can comprehend

    24. "I believe I comprehend exactly why that poor nag delivered you such a knock," the collector replied with a sneer

    25. A part of him could comprehend this strange language easier than his own

    26. Our physical world and the non-physical dimensions are overlapping and thus both worlds are actually linked but in a manner which is far too complex for our mind to comprehend

    27. This may seem trivial but unless we are in their shoes, we will not be able to comprehend their state of mind

    28. stubbornly refuse to comprehend that it is their own

    29. comprehend the unity and beauty of all creation was

    30. Two weeks, and the people of Earth seemed oblivious to their fate, unable to comprehend what it meant to be wiped out from time, to no longer exist, to never – essentially – have existed at all

    31. But did he really comprehend what that truly meant? If he did there would be no longer any need for philosophical inquiry; a knowledge of non-existence – the immutable contradiction in terms

    32. Under necessaries, therefore, I comprehend, not only those things which nature, but those things which the established rules of decency have rendered necessary to the lowest rank of people

    33. All of it was too much to comprehend and so the remaining

    34. It is more difficult to comprehend why Mama sometimes professed not to know whether our cats were toms or tabbies

    35. I looked back towards our start line and could see that the other waves had fared no better than ours and it was hard to comprehend the slaughter

    36. He looked up at the screen; it took a few moments to register what it said, to fully comprehend the meaning of the words

    37. Another, high on the stage, could not comprehend the swirling mass of emotions that tugged at her heart

    38. Raven was struggling to comprehend her words, searching for a way to convince her she was wrong

    39. On this journey, flying the over south of England, Gerrid was accompanied by two of the people who had been there at his first awakening to this altered world, those who had shown kindness he could barely comprehend during his rehabilitation

    40. ’ Gerrid opened his mouth in astonishment; the idea of her being closely related to one of those he had come to regard as evil was difficult to accept, much less comprehend

    41. To build the device to completion was never possible, the functional complexity beyond anything any human could possibly comprehend – even with Roidon's super-charged brain

    42. As the adventurers stood frozen for a second, trying to comprehend what they had witnessed, and the chinking of the globe as it rolled was disturbed by a ripping sound

    43. Only those of you who have a fear of heights can comprehend the horror of such jumps

    44. He cannot really comprehend why the white policemen arrested him, and the courts take this in account with sentencing

    45. Point being your dog needed to comprehend that picking up explosives is not recommended in any way

    46. Too quick to comprehend, he hit the bottom of a steep slope, still clutching the light

    47. Why in the hell he of all people was chosen for this, he simply couldn’t comprehend

    48. I sat quietly trying to comprehend what had come to me

    49. I could understand it if it was a pancake, but a waffle – geez, that"s pretty hard to comprehend

    50. We stood there, unable to comprehend, or to believe

    1. Attributes of nature namely OM, space, time and cosmic forces are easily comprehended

    2. I was still deep in the fugue of selfish misery, and I barely comprehended the importance of this simple movement

    3. 18Have you comprehended the vast expanses of the earth?

    4. few moments before Jean fully comprehended the severity

    5. It was put upon the same footing with gold and silver mines, which, without a special clause in the charter, were never supposed to be comprehended in the general grant of the lands, though mines of lead, copper, tin, and coal were, as things of smaller consequence

    6. The mass of commodities annually thrown into the great circle of European commerce, and by its various revolutions annually distributed among all the different nations comprehended within it, must have been augmented by the whole surplus produce of America

    7. Africa, however, as well as several of the countries comprehended under the general name of the East Indies, is inhabited by barbarous nations

    8. Under this denomination were comprehended timber fit for masts, yards, and bowsprits; hemp, tar, pitch, and turpentine

    9. represented both these and the Hamburgh company as extremely oppressive, and imputed to their bad management the low state of the trade, which we at that time carried on to the countries comprehended within their respective charters

    10. The moderate capital of the company, which, it is said, does not exceed one hundred and ten thousand pounds, may, besides, be sufficient to enable them to engross the whole, or almost the whole trade and surplus produce, of the miserable though extensive country comprehended within their charter

    11. All the inferior ecclesiastical benefices comprehended within the diocese were collated by the bishop, who bestowed them upon such ecclesiastics as he thought proper

    12. Through the greater part of Europe, the pope gradually drew to himself, first the collation of almost all bishoprics and abbacies, or of what were called consistorial benefices, and afterwards, by various machinations and pretences, of the greater part of inferior benefices comprehended within each diocese, little more being left to the bishop than what was barely necessary to give him a decent authority with his own clergy

    13. Zardino said, ‘You reasoned that one day the TE wave would be detected and then its nature comprehended

    14. Isa 40:12 Who hath measured the waters in the hollow of his hand, and meted out heaven with the span, and comprehended the dust of the earth in a measure, and weighed the mountains in scales, and the hills in a balance?

    15. Among those commodities would be comprehended all the necessaries of life, and all the materials of manufacture

    16. But though the bill which was then brought into Parliament, comprehended those two commodities only, it was generally supposed to be meant as an introduction to a more extensive scheme of the same kind

    17. 280,832: 1 : 3 Under the old malt tax, indeed, is comprehended a tax of four shillings upon the hogshead of cyder, and another of ten shillings upon the barrel of mum

    18. But to balance whatever may be the ordinary amount of those two taxes, there is comprehended under what is called the country excise, first, the old excise of six shillings and eightpence upon the hogshead of cyder; secondly, a like tax of six shillings and eightpence upon the hogshead of verjuice; thirdly, another of eight shillings and ninepence upon the hogshead of vinegar ; and, lastly, a fourth tax of

    19. comprehended Picardy, Normandy, and the greater part of the interior provinces of the kingdom ; secondly, the provinces subject to the tariff of 1667, which are called the provinces reckoned foreign, and under which are comprehended the greater part of the frontier provinces; and, thirdly, those provinces which are said to be treated as foreign, or which, because they are allowed a free commerce with foreign countries, are, in their commerce with the other provinces of France, subjected to the same duties as other foreign countries

    20. comprehended in one lot, which may sometimes consist of twenty or thirty persons, of whom the survivors succeed to the annuities of all those who die before them; the last survivor succeeding to the annuities of the whole lot

    21. differrent provinces comprehended within it

    22. With a lot of curses and no doubt silent praying we got the beast down to ground level and into the local police truck where it laid quietly since it comprehended (I told it in plain Afrikaans) that execution and handbags for the Colonel's wife is his f future if he keeps on f resisting arrest! We are just trying f help him so stop this f silliness before we get fatherly and then he will f regret it before he dies

    23. When his shocked eyes and tired brain finally comprehended what it was that he was looking at, a sick sense of dread hit him right in the stomach

    24. “And that takes a lot of blasting,” Nadir suddenly comprehended

    25. The captain of the boat leaned close, attempting to discern the man’s words, but they were in English and he comprehended little

    26. ” Now, was this convergence creating something that could not be comprehended? So he decided to follow and not overtake and keep repeating the words whispered over and over again until the vehicle turned or stopped

    27. 12 Who has measured the waters in the hollow of his hand, and meted out Heaven with the span, and comprehended the

    28. Whose throne is inestimable; whose glory may not be comprehended; before whom the hosts of angels stand with trembling, 22

    29. 6 And this may be more clearly comprehended from the thirst of King David

    30. His pounding brain barely comprehended the shriek of anguish that was cut short by the wind

    31. After awhile I comprehended that I was not going home, that I

    32. I could have even comprehended

    33. This is the beginning of the words of Ezdras before he was taken up and I said 20 O Lord you who dwells in everlastingness who beholds from above things in Heaven and in the air; 21 Whose throne is inestimable; whose glory may not be comprehended; before whom the hosts of angels stand with trembling 22 Whose service is conversant in wind and fire; whose word is true and sayings constant; whose commandment is strong and ordinance fearful; 23 Whose look dries up the depths and indignation makes the mountains to melt away; which the truth witnesses: 24 O hear the prayer of your servant and give ear to the petition of your creature

    34. 6 And this may be more clearly comprehended from the thirst of king David

    35. He already knew about the strange death and rebirth, but neither of them fully comprehended its meaning, yet

    36. At least not in a way he comprehended

    37. comprehended, or understood the One who loved you above all

    38. Lachey limped over with her cane, immediately comprehended and spoke to the woman

    39. His eyes budged in terror as he suddenly comprehended the full danger of the situation that he had walked into

    40. I have no idea if I smiled back, but before I actually comprehended my situation I was invited into her home

    41. calmly comprehended the situation, I had a long talk with him

    42. altruistic use of such mantras was fully comprehended and practiced

    43. `James,' she gasped as her mind fully comprehended the fact that he was here

    44. the moment when he fully comprehended what he was doing

    45. He now clearly and fully comprehended all these far-flung relationships, and he desired to be away for a season of quiet meditation so that he could think out the plans and decide upon the procedures for the prosecution of his public labors in behalf of this world and for all other worlds in his local universe

    46. 17 Jesus now fully comprehended that he must constantly be on guard lest his indulgence of sympathy and pity become responsible for repeated episodes of this sort

    47. The Master returned for the evening meal, and during the after-supper hours he talked to them about the ministry of seraphim, and some of the apostles comprehended his teaching

    48. 3 Some of the apostles grasped something of this teaching, but none of them comprehended the full significance of this tremendous announcement, unless it was James Zebedee

    49. He had been with the Father and comprehended him fully

    50. 11 All this and much more Jesus said to Thomas, and much of it the apostle comprehended, although Jesus admonished him to "speak not to the others concerning these matters until after I shall have returned to the Father

    1. But though the interest of the labourer is strictly connected with that of the society, he is incapable either of comprehending that interest, or of understanding its connexion with his own

    2. Logic was taught first; ontology came in the second place; pneumatology, comprehending the doctrine concerning the nature of the human soul and of the Deity, in the third; in the fourth followed a debased system of moral philosophy, which was considered as immediately connected with the doctrines of pneumatology, with the immortality of the human soul, and with the rewards and punishments which, from the justice of the Deity, were to be expected in a life to come: a short and superficial system of physics usually concluded the course

    3. The second class are taxed at seventy ; the third at fifty ; and the fourth, comprehending artificers in villages, and the lowest class of those in towns, at twenty-five florins

    4. He had previously seen this subterranean building, or one similar (he'd been unconscious before entering this one), but the sheer scale of it still took some comprehending

    5. It was said that the text had recurrent mentions such as a leader must be �serene and inscrutable� and capable of comprehending �unfathomable plans�, which was confusing for Western readers who lack the awareness of the East Asian context

    6. When the first creature ventured into Jason’s carry cot and bit him, the baby woke with a gurgle and flap of his arms, as though not quite comprehending what was happening

    7. Blinking, but not comprehending

    8. However, one of the difficulties in discerning or comprehending karma is due to the fact that it often does not ripen in one lifetime (if one considers the possibility of rebirths)

    9. “I can’t go Levi” she pleaded, praying that he would just leave it at that, comprehending how stupid she was for thinking it possible

    10. Because the programming of computers requires a certain logic in one's thinking, you can rest assured that if you have trouble linking steps together, you will have trouble comprehending computer programming

    11. "That makes us even, because I had trouble comprehending his feeling sometimes myself

    12. The very act of comprehending a proposition puts one relatively closer to

    13. comprehending the philosophy set forth

    14. time comprehending the notion that she regularly performed sex

    15. He was born in a country he did not fully understand and had no hope of comprehending

    16. ” I began to relax even though it was so awesome I had difficulty comprehending what was happening

    17. Don’t ask me how such things can be, I still have trouble comprehending it now, so leave such matters to the magicians I say

    18. Comprehending all, he

    19. 11 Of all the apostles, Peter and James came the nearest to comprehending the Master's teaching about prayer and worship

    20. This exhibition of primordial fury chilled the blood in Valeria's veins, but Conan was too close to the primitive himself to feel anything but a comprehending interest

    21. And all this is true, regardless of your difficulty in comprehending such matters

    22. When you do that, you could prevent your mind in comprehending the signals that are sent by your body that it is already full

    23. this area," she said with a sigh and in a tone that suggested her listener might have difficulty comprehending what she was saying, is very private

    24. Greg stared at her not comprehending

    25. She next reminded me that the key to comprehending any her lessons on behavior, in the swiftest time, was to supplant reason with logic

    26. � Thankfully, the agent in charge of the team proved to be both polite and comprehending, taking Nancy�s statement and reviewing with her the crime scene

    27. Only the paradox comes anywhere near to the comprehending fullness of life

    28. As Felt stood there dumbstruck, not fully comprehending what had had just been said, the lieutenant commander on bridge duty understood with a shock that Ingrid had been ready all along to relieve his admiral and had even brought military policemen with her to arrest him if need be

    29. Imagine a baby trying to crawl across a busy freeway, totally incapable of comprehending the technology it is dealing with

    30. you understand?” Charles nodded without really comprehending the implications of

    31. Samual looked at the man dumbly not comprehending

    32. Rose frowned not comprehending

    33. In my case, because my own worldview gave me no way of comprehending the Listeners as the myth portrayed them, my mind simply fabricated a meaning for me that made them comprehensible

    34. Mary flipped through the pages of an old magazine without comprehending what she was looking at; she sat there as if in a trance

    35. “I see,” said Krimshaw, only barely comprehending the significance of all of these nuggets of information

    36. incapable of comprehending the hidden mysteries that lay before them

    37. began comprehending the magnitude of what it would take to overthrow the

    38. Max carefully opened it and read the page three times before comprehending what it said

    39. I stared at him, not comprehending the meaning of what he was telling me

    40. comprehending the piece; it’s to create immediate interest in the topic that you

    41. “What?” She asked, not comprehending

    42. Then Ingeborg would open her dictionary and look up the words salient in the enlargement, and when she had found them smile back, brightly comprehending and appreciative

    43. I knew you'd chicken out—" Harvey spluttered, finally comprehending Silas’ words

    44. Comprehending full well Upaya settled cross-legged onto one of the guest mats and waited patiently

    45. Comprehending, that matriarch called on her younger sister in this wise:

    46. comprehending the words he sees, but to ask or answer an

    47. one's social environment, and how one relates to it, comprehending the mechanisms can be

    48. comprehending the matter you are reading, but is often more effective than constant regressions in the middle rate of a reading

    49. finally comprehending the meaning of each word

    50. They are not comprehending the breadth and the depth and the lengths and the height

    1. What is called gross profit, comprehends frequently not only this surplus, but what is retained for compensating such extraordinary losses

    2. The first comprehends those which it is scarce in the power of human industry to multiply at all

    3. The gross rent of a private estate comprehends whatever is paid by the farmer; the neat rent, what remains free to the landlord, after deducting the expense of management, of repairs, and all other necessary charges; or what, without hurting his estate, he can afford to place in his stock reserved for immediate consumption, or to spend upon his table, equipage, the ornaments of his house and furniture, his private enjoyments and amusements

    4. The gross revenue of all the inhabitants of a great country comprehends the whole annual produce of their land and labour; the neat revenue, what remains free to them, after deducting the expense of maintaining first, their fixed, and, secondly, their circulating capital, or what, without encroaching upon their capital, they can place in their stock reserved for immediate consumption, or spend upon their subsistence

    5. The public trade of the company extends no further than the trade with Europe, and comprehends a part only of the foreign trade of the country

    6. The Supernatural comprehends neither (material) form nor color nor race

    7. “When a simulation is running, your eyes still see and process the actual world, but your brain no longer comprehends them

    8. If a person comprehends the rules of her game, however, then this person may choose to diminish her rule in some areas of life

    9. Overhead the dome tint darkens by some unknown mechanism that only Master comprehends, almost completely blocking out the sun

    10. His consciousness is of so extended a nature that it comprehends at once all

    11. one readily comprehends the broad overwhelming intent of the

    12. When on the other hand the Qur'an becomes, for the believer, as a reminiscent and a guide, it reminds him of the facts he has witnessed by his spirit's eye, and the more he comprehends of the facts, the more he finds ampler and deeper facts in the Qur'an which seems to be as a translator of his spirit's contents, or of the facts he has witnessed and got by his thinking of the cosmic signs (Al'lah's make) before

    13. Therefore, when Messiah Master (cpth) shall come again, he will not bring with him a Gospel that comprehends the civilization of this century, nor will he correct the Holy Qur'an as it is a book which falsehood can not reach, yet, he shall come to clear the rust that causes people to shun the Holy Qur'an of those many shallow and misguiding interpretations reported from Israeli interpolated sayings or from other false sources, which are clearly conflicting with the Qur'an, Al'lah's speech, and which has divided people into parties and sects, each is pleased with its own beliefs

    14. comprehends the vision of a better life for those who will inherit the benefits

    15. comprehends the immense scale of destruction

    16. It is true, the honest and sincere expression of any painter will be of some interest, just as the biography written by Darwin's gardener might be; but there is a vast difference between this point of view and that of the man who thoroughly comprehends his subject

    17. For when once admitted, the text comprehends that death followed by no resurrection would be an everlasting “death,” and as it is to be inflicted for sin, it would consequently be an everlasting punishment

    18. My Lord comprehends all things in knowledge

    19. Surely He comprehends everything

    20. state in which individual comprehends his self as free

    21. "It is a science," said Don Quixote, "that comprehends in itself all or most of the sciences in the world, for he who professes it must be a jurist, and must know the rules of justice, distributive and equitable, so as to give to each one what belongs to him and is due to him

    22. This is for the sake of one who comprehends in his person my feelings to Edgar and myself

    23. Without insulting him, they diplomatically reframe the discussion until Reagan comprehends

    24. As will be perceived from this letter, these two women understood how to mould themselves to the Bishop's ways with that special feminine genius which comprehends the man better than he comprehends himself

    25. Have you a government which comprehends the identity of morality and politics? You have reached the point where you grant amnesty to heroes! Something very similar has been done in France

    26. It comprehends some bringer of that joy;

    27. The power to raise armies and provide and maintain a navy comprehends, beyond the possibility of doubt, the right to make rules for the government and regulation of the land and naval forces; and yet in these three cases, the constitution, after making the grant of general power, delegates specifically the powers which are fairly comprehended within the general power

    28. This proposition presents a great, an elevated and essential topic of discussion, due to the occasion, and claimed by this people, which comprehends within the sphere and analogies of just argument, the chief of those questions, the decision of which, at this day, involves the peace, the happiness, and honor of this nation

    29. A great man (Sir James Mackintosh) has said, "the paramount interest of every State, that which comprehends all others, is security

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