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Frasi con convulsion (in inglese)

  1. Hal felt a sudden convulsion.
  2. His face worked, as though in convulsion.
  3. That convulsion man was really very convulsing.
  4. There is no appearance of any other convulsion.
  5. She fell back upon the mattress in a convulsion.

  6. The convulsion man could find no words to reply.
  7. Damon screamed again as he went into a convulsion.
  8. However, what will follow this convulsion and earthquake?
  9. The woman turned him over and thumped his back to stop the convulsion.
  10. His body pulsed with convulsion as the Queen and his mind became one.
  11. But what will this convulsion and earthquake be followed by? God says:.
  12. He went to his knees shaken by an awful convulsion, and then lay still.
  13. Such a convulsion in the sober councils of a burgh town was never heard of.
  14. It was not the result of any convulsion, as in the case of the ascending tunnel.
  15. Her body soars in sweet convulsion, rising higher and higher with each magic moment.

  16. She was not sure whether he had come round, or was undergoing an unconscious convulsion.
  17. Silaran stumbled a bit as he landed from the slow jump his initial convulsion had caused.
  18. After a single drawn-out convulsion, her foe’s body flopped lifelessly and remained still.
  19. The deathlike pallor, and a sort of slight convulsion about the lips, had not left Rogojin’s face.
  20. A convulsion shook him and he scrabbled at the ground, covering himself in a mask of wet earth and blood.
  21. I saw the old man throw up his arms, a terrible convulsion passed over his grim face, and he fell back in his chair.
  22. Symptoms may also include diarrhea, hyperactivity, fever, convulsion, sleep abnormalities, and respiratory problems.
  23. Standing there in Eliza’s place between the cheap portières, she represented a convulsion in the clerk’s household.
  24. The entrance is partly obstructed by piles of fallen rocks, which appear to have been dislodged by some great convulsion.
  25. Logic is mingled with convulsion, and the thread of the syllogism floats, without breaking, in the mournful storm of thought.

  26. For a long moment, as my nerves died down, I was in a physical and emotional convulsion that could only be described as hell.
  27. She was of a merry disposition, but her laughter was always noiseless, an internal convulsion which made her actually writhe with pain.
  28. While this dumb convulsion lasted I could only watch it—which I did the more intently when I saw Flora's face peep at me over our companion's shoulder.
  29. That is: What’s the matter with the earth? What has happened in her that made her shake and rock in her convulsion then bring us out of her interior?!.
  30. Now it was only running, a lifting of legs, a balancing of bent elbows, a convulsion of muscles, a slaking in of air that had been fiery and was now cooling.
  31. A fissure one inch wide and fourteen deep, forming an almost perfect ellipsis, whose diameters are 9 and 5½ rods, marks the exterior limit of the convulsion.
  32. The ((convulsion)) is a reference to a violent and convulsive shaking, followed by separation into pieces and the dissolution of the connections between atoms.
  33. Then I rose up on my curtainless bed, trembling and quivering; and then the still, dark night witnessed the convulsion of despair, and heard the burst of passion.
  34. Blood and tissue continued to flow from the ISI director’s mouth with each convulsion, but the force was subsiding as his muscles lost their ability to contract.
  35. Surely the right thing to do was to shut the window before Lizzie opened the door and caused a second convulsion? Everard couldn't, because he was ringing the bell.
  36. The first impulse of his orgasm washed into her, the feeling of the hot fluid triggered the next violent convulsion of exquisite pleasure, throughout her whole body.
  37. She shook off the silken swathings and held it up—the head of a young man, the features frozen in a convulsion as if death had come in the midst of inhuman agony.
  38. It was a convulsion of obscenity, a spasm of lasciviousness – an exudation of secret hungers framed by compulsion: desire without pleasure, pain mated awfully to lust.
  39. But the Cimmerian's mighty strength had resisted, for the fleeting instant it had endured, the dying convulsion of the ape that would have torn a lesser man limb from limb.
  40. When this convulsion occurs, the earth shall bring people out from its inside and put them on its surface, as repose will have finished and the time of sleep will have passed.
  41. Unfortunately for Roger, other problems loomed ahead that would mar a peaceful transition into his new living conditions and further strain the emotional convulsion he had suffered.
  42. What their destiny might have been will not be known, because another terrific convulsion of the earth, carving out the lands as they are known to moderns, hurled all into chaos again.
  43. On this transverse diameter, which lies near the highest part of the swell above described, and in its longest direction, or parallel to the river, the greatest effect of the convulsion appears.
  44. Not only no great convulsion, but no sensible disorder, arose from so great a change in the situation of more than 100,000 men, all accustomed to the use of arms, and many of them to rapine and plunder.
  45. When they are violated in essential particulars, all the concurrent spheres of authority rush against each other, and disorder, derangement, and convulsion are, sooner or later, the necessary consequences.
  46. Corrupt and often cruel in his lust, like some noxious insect, Fyodor Pavlovitch was sometimes, in moments of drunkenness, overcome by superstitious terror and a moral convulsion which took an almost physical form.
  47. Such magnificent interpretation of this verse is assented in Az-Zilzal (The Earthquake) Fortress when God tells us about the state of the earth on Doomsday, saying: When Earth is rocked in her last convulsion;.
  48. To see her, without a convulsion of her small pink face, not even feign to glance in the direction of the prodigy I announced, but only, instead of that, turn at ME an expression of hard, still gravity, an expression absolutely new and.
  49. He was seized with a sort of convulsion, he threw himself against the back of the chair as though to gain breath, letting his arms fall, and allowing Marius to see his face inundated with tears, and Marius heard him murmur, so low that his voice seemed to issue from fathomless depths:.
  50. It seems improbable that if the ravine had been made by a convulsion, which had split and separated the rock to the distance of fifty or sixty feet, any part of it, and particularly so large a mass as that which forms the bridge, should have been left, without exhibiting any marks of violence.
  51. One arm was hanging out of the bed; from shoulder to elbow it was moulded after the arms of Germain Pillon's "Graces," [*] but the fore-arm seemed to be slightly distorted by convulsion, and the hand, so delicately formed, was resting with stiff outstretched fingers on the framework of the bed.
  52. I was near to fainting with the Pain, expiring there in the Reek of the House of Easement, with its fetid Odours rising and its Dampness like the Ante-Room to Hell itself—when, in a trice, my Womb cramp’d entirely in one horrid Convulsion, and the wretched black Thing (or what remain’d of it) came out.
  53. James (who is stationed at Avery), that his wife was seized with a convulsion on the morning of Sunday, the 19th, while engaged in her domestic business, was taken to her room, and that one convulsion succeeded another rapidly, and with such violence that she could not speak, until two o’clock in the night, when she died.
  54. All this was so strange and so violent, that there suddenly took place in him that indescribable movement, which no man feels more than two or three times in the course of his life, a sort of convulsion of the conscience which stirs up all that there is doubtful in the heart, which is composed of irony, of joy, and of despair, and which may be called an outburst of inward laughter.
  55. At first I thought that she had not recognised me, but as I bent over her she suddenly shrieked out in a voice which I shall never forget, ‘Oh, my God! Helen! It was the band! The speckled band!’ There was something else which she would fain have said, and she stabbed with her finger into the air in the direction of the doctor’s room, but a fresh convulsion seized her and choked her words.
  56. So sudden and violent was the fit that the unfortunate prisoner was unable to complete the sentence; a violent convulsion shook his whole frame, his eyes started from their sockets, his mouth was drawn on one side, his cheeks became purple, he struggled, foamed, dashed himself about, and uttered the most dreadful cries, which, however, Dantes prevented from being heard by covering his head with the blanket.
  57. They began examining him, propping the culprit against the stove to do so more conveniently, and saw that it really was not a case of drunkenness, nor had he had a blow, but that something else was wrong, for Semyon Ivanovitch could not utter a word, but seemed twitching in a sort of convulsion, and only blinked, fixing his eyes in bewilderment first on one and then on another of the spectators, who were all attired in night array.
  58. William Gilpin, who is so admirable in all that relates to landscapes, and usually so correct, standing at the head of Loch Fyne, in Scotland, which he describes as "a bay of salt water, sixty or seventy fathoms deep, four miles in breadth," and about fifty miles long, surrounded by mountains, observes, "If we could have seen it immediately after the diluvian crash, or whatever convulsion of nature occasioned it, before the waters gushed in, what a horrid chasm must it have appeared!.
  59. Every day punctually at two o'clock, by which time the daily convulsion of dinner and its washing up was over at the parsonage, he walked across from his inn, while Kökensee's mouths behind curtains and round doors guttered with excited commentary, telling himself as he gazed down the peaceful street that this was the emptiest, gossip-freest place in the world, to the Dremmel gate; and dodging the various rich puddles of the yard, passed round the corner of the house along the lilac path beneath the laboratory windows to where, at the end of the lime-tree avenue, Ingeborg sat waiting.
  60. When the earth is rocked in its last convulsion,.

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