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Frasi con dissipate (in inglese)

  1. All the fear will dissipate.
  2. This could take years to dissipate.
  3. In this way you can dissipate the.
  4. It would eventually dissipate over time.
  5. To develop a love that would never dissipate.

  6. He needed something to dissipate his anger on.
  7. That gets invigorated seeing time so dissipate?
  8. The jets stopped and the steam began to dissipate.
  9. He waited for her confusion to dissipate, but it didn’t.
  10. Letting the flames dissipate, Loki consults Lothur’s journal.
  11. She let the thoughts dissipate into nothing and turned the knob.
  12. The rest of the persons started to dissipate from the lobby area.
  13. The repellent will soon dissipate in the water and become ineffective.
  14. Coming to Amori waited a moment for her pounding headache to dissipate.
  15. The tension that had grappled about her shoulders started to dissipate.

  16. Lucy let the sphere dissipate, and rubbed her hands to get rid of the dirt.
  17. Find haven in crowds and your fear will dissipate as my hope did long ago.
  18. Even though he felt that his dream would dissipate, he looked directly at her.
  19. The journey will dissipate the influence"—oh, I was grand!—"and carry it off.
  20. To his relief, Monty watched the anger slowly dissipate and Joshua merely nodded.
  21. Path Finder’s shields to fluoresce as it worked overtime to dissipate the energy.
  22. Finally, with beads of sweat running down her face, the attack began to dissipate.
  23. Did his passion dissipate in our separation? Don’t I count for him anymore?’.
  24. I was glad and I hoped some of her reserve would dissipate through that friendship.
  25. Go, she tells me calmly and her presence has begun to dissipate, just as the.

  26. Dissipate not the wealth of your precious lives in the pursuit of evil and corrupt.
  27. But all the action did little to dissipate the anticipation of the next few minutes.
  28. Tendrils of colored vapor peeled off the blade to dissipate into the surrounding air.
  29. We expect both of these rally attempts to dissipate because of this non-confirmation.
  30. I turned on a lamp and quickly approached the ball already beginning to dissipate fog.
  31. Granted, her social phobia seemed to dissipate shortly after taking the medication.
  32. It was hard to wait, and the smoke had to dissipate anyway before we could see anything.
  33. Have you noticed anyone around here?' Ken asked as they waited for the gas to dissipate.
  34. If you must urinate do it in short, sharp spurts and allow it to dissipate between spurts.
  35. Hopefully, that will provide enough fresh air flow to dissipate the poison and push it outside.
  36. Once that is released, it is only a matter of time before all governments dissipate, Abdol said.
  37. The light moved back through the crack in the ceiling, allowing the stifling darkness to dissipate.
  38. Slowly, the goodwill began to dissipate and middle-class disenchantment with the AAP leader set in.
  39. And without sunlight, heat from the body would rapidly be dissipate, radiating into that boundless.
  40. Kosmo asked Jason if he noticed how often news stories seemed to lose traction and dissipate.
  41. As my sickness quitted me, I was absorbed by a gloomy and black melancholy that nothing could dissipate.
  42. But it is this gloom which appears to have taken so strong a hold of your mind that I wish to dissipate.
  43. It had been a relief to hear the howling winds dissipate and see the orange glow come back to the clouds.
  44. And I suspect they’re mostly fat that would dissipate if I lost the extra fifteen pounds I carry around.
  45. Stifling her laughter in the cup of one hand while pointing with the other, Emily let her globes dissipate.
  46. Helen is sitting on the edge of one of the camp beds, letting the tensions of the last couple of hours dissipate.
  47. It is crucial to give emotions free expression and allow the energy to dissipate rather than to suppress emotion.
  48. The thing was a blur in the sight, a black blot of shadow that normal radiance would neither dissipate nor illuminate.
  49. We have given him plenty of space to exhaust and dissipate his army, to give strategy, famine, and frost free play.
  50. The grenades were painted blue and were full of holes to allow the blast to dissipate without blowing the grenade apart.
  51. That made Tom’s job even easier, as he didn’t have to dissipate some of his laser’s power in burning through water.
  52. By mid-morning, the combination of the sun rising in the sky and a light breeze from the sea had caused the fog to dissipate.
  53. I heard the crashing of the beast’s movement quickly dissipate and I was left alone, helpless to help the one that I loved.
  54. Ralph stopped at once, frowning, and Simon too had to shake his head to dissipate the wave of sensation the simple touch generated in him.
  55. What it was she did not know but she listened desperately, her eyes on his brown face, hoping to hear words that would dissipate her fears.
  56. At fifty-five, the spirit may be willing but the flesh is weak, the desire slow to build up, is quick to dissipate, the recovery, too long.
  57. But we had high hopes for better weather later in the afternoon, when it was expected that the sun would come out and the clouds dissipate.
  58. Arkaneh remained silent for a while before responding, as if he had let the anger that sprouted from Edrimer's reply to dissipate from the air.
  59. Much of the heat will dissipate on striking the upper layer, and with the air passing between this lowers the temperature of the layer beneath.
  60. Darkness was spreading across the sky behind them, as the orange clouds above that had always given their light slowly began to dissipate from view.
  61. The self-object can withstand destructive forces; it can maintain its shape when stretched and can dissipate energetic modes without giving up its.
  62. Still, she burned them after reading them with a growing interest, although burning them left her with a sense of guilt that she could not dissipate.
  63. A breath of air which made its way in through the open pane, helped to dissipate the smell of the charcoal and to conceal the presence of the brazier.
  64. Resources of energy with planet earth will inevitably will ultimately dissipate and disseminate into the atmosphere as the remnants of changed energy.
  65. If he backs off the picturing and changes his images, the fear will dissipate, but it will not dissolve and next time it will resurface for experiencing.
  66. Maguire sipped his Caffreys and then carefully placed his glass on the bar, habitually turning it in circles to dissipate the wet ring it left on the wood.
  67. She splashed the water vigorously into her face and mouth in an impulsive gesture to dissipate the horrible feeling that both her head and mouth now held.
  68. Streams of energy spilled from their fingertips, only to dissipate the instant it met the beings' empty forms, failing to even scratch their dark surfaces.
  69. The energy continued to dissipate as the spheroid field continued to expand, but that dissipation was not sufficiently quick enough to spare the shuttle containing Lt.
  70. It is fair to point out that under our present economic system the owners of a business are not expected to dissipate their capital for the sake of continuing employment.
  71. Well, if Kearney had actually been poisoned, she would’ve cured him, but still, she had seen the magic float around him and then dissipate, taking any maladies with it.
  72. To dissipate use a rotary switch mounted on the box and extend this heat you must use a heatsink of size 4 cm×10 the connections from Dip switch (corresponding cm or so.
  73. Sage felt her pulse begin to slow more and the terror gripping her softened, though she knew from experience that it would take several more minutes to entirely dissipate.
  74. Studies have indicated that freshly ground salt has more minerals than salt that has been ground and then allowed to sit, because the minerals tend to dissipate over time.
  75. Shaking his hand to dissipate the pain, he put the automobile into drive with his right hand and did a u-turn in the street, the high beams passing over the front of the warehouse.
  76. It presents Christianity to man’s conscience, judgment, and affection, disentangled from theories, which dissipate its force by awakening skepticism rather than faith in the hearers.
  77. The Silver Fleet and dragon squadrons obliterated those of Rakad’s flying dinosaurs, dragons and manticore that hadn’t taken off once they felt the magic that influenced them dissipate.
  78. And just when was it that father last demonstrated some semblance of lucidity? Might we ever expect the fog to dissipate? Tel’s gaze drifted back to the window and his tone went wistful.
  79. When, and if, nations finally care enough about mutual health and happiness to join together in a manner similar to the union of states to form nations, the threatening cloud of war may at last dissipate.
  80. Hence he made his preparations at first in a conditional way, wishing to leave on all sides an opening for his return after brief absence, if any favorable intervention of Providence should dissipate his fears.
  81. The business of the forest was over, the money in his pocket; their shooting had been excellent, and Stepan Arkadyevitch was in the happiest frame of mind, and so he felt specially anxious to dissipate the ill-humor that had come upon Levin.
  82. Although rumors often will swirl ahead of planting about dry soil or too much rain, once planting is completed and the crop is in the ground, anxiety tends to dissipate, and prices tend to decline in anticipation of a new crop on the way.
  83. When, with closed eyes, she commenced to speculate upon the future, and terrifying fears were conjured by a vivid imagination, she had but to raise her lids and look upon that noble face so close to hers to dissipate the last remnant of apprehension.
  84. In order for the incremental yield gained from taking risks to regularly exceed the losses incurred as a result of defaults, individual holdings have to be small enough so that a single default won’t dissipate a large amount of the portfolio’s capital.
  85. Deciding that a dip in his pool would dissipate some of his stress and worries, at least temporarily, Viktor left his private study and went to his adjacent bedroom, where he changed into a pair of swimming trunks and put on a robe and a pair of plastic sandals.
  86. The clouds crackled electrically and began to dissipate until I actually saw overlying rock layers, but worst of all the sky turned dark as the constant orange glow of the clouds diminished until all that lit up the surrounding landscape was the distant glow of the horizon.
  87. She looked forward to our union with placid contentment, not unmingled with a little fear, which past misfortunes had impressed, that what now appeared certain and tangible happiness might soon dissipate into an airy dream and leave no trace but deep and everlasting regret.
  88. We were immured in ice and should probably never escape, but they feared that if, as was possible, the ice should dissipate and a free passage be opened, I should be rash enough to continue my voyage and lead them into fresh dangers, after they might happily have surmounted this.
  89. The doctrine of future punishment, as a belief drawn from Scripture, and so drawn as to dissipate prevalent illusions, and to spread on all sides a salutary and effective alarm—such a belief will take its place in the midst of an expanded prospect of the compass and intention of the Christian system.
  90. It occasions a general and most pernicious subversion of the fortunes of private people; enriching, in most cases, the idle and profuse debtor, at the expense of the industrious and frugal creditor ; and transporting a great part of the national capital from the hands which were likely to increase and improve it, to those who are likely to dissipate and destroy it.
  91. Even Ali, who had hastened to obey the Count's summons, went forth from his master's presence in charmed amazement at the unusual animation and pleasure depicted on features ordinarily so stern and cold; while, as though dreading to put to flight the agreeable ideas hovering over his door, holding his breath, lest its faintest sound should dissipate his master's happy reverie.
  92. Now that we are parting perhaps for a long time, I should very much hke to get from you an answer to another question : has it really been impossible for you during these twenty years to affect my mother's traditional ideas—and now my sister's, too—so as to dissipate by your civilizing influence the primitive darkness of her environment 1 Oh, I am not speaking of the purity of her nature.
  93. I thanked him, and accepted the invitation—hoping by that conferment of honour completely to dissipate our old misunderstanding; but at the same time I requested that the gatherings should always be held at my home, since my quarters were so splendid! To this the students replied that they meant to take turn and turn about—sometimes to meet at one fellow’s place, sometimes at another’s, as might be most convenient.
  94. The state, by encouraging, that is, by giving entire liberty to all those who, from their own interest, would attempt, without scandal or indecency, to amuse and divert the people by painting, poetry, music, dancing; by all sorts of dramatic representations and exhibitions; would easily dissipate, in the greater part of them, that melancholy and gloomy humour which is almost always the nurse of popular superstition and enthusiasm.
  95. To dissipate the sadness of this recital Tess went and bade all her favourite cows goodbye, touching each of them with her hand, and as she and Clare stood side by side at leaving, as if united body and soul, there would have been something peculiarly sorry in their aspect to one who should have seen it truly; two limbs of one life, as they outwardly were, his arm touching hers, her skirts touching him, facing one way, as against all the dairy facing the other, speaking in their adieux as "we", and yet sundered like the poles.
  96. Why do humans bury the physical remains of their own species? Why did all early cultures practice the ritualized burial of their dead? Because it was the only connection they had left with this supposedly absolutely separated life-energy? Because they wanted to honor or worship that once-living person? Because they felt that dead person was still with them? Because they wanted to cling to what they were once connected-to? Because for humans: all absolute separation is traumatic? Because they possessed an instinctive wisdom telling them that energy cannot be destroyed and a human separate-reflective self-awareness does not completely dissolve or dissipate back into the universe? Or was it that in preserving their memory of that person, they tried to preserve their body only because that was all that was visibly left of them?
  97. As the last of the bricks faltered and scraped and the smoke began to dissipate,.
  1. Whatever protective shroud she possessed was dissipating rapidly.
  2. Then she was gone, dissipating into light that hung about the temple.
  3. Having an abundance of sex energy and dissipating it more often than.
  4. His last faith in the council dissipating with every step that he made.
  5. And the resentment, instead of dissipating with time, it seemed to intensify.
  6. Her smell drifted out over the valley, dissipating as it wafted a blood trail over the.
  7. Both locations were well away from the cloud of deadly gas which was already dissipating.
  8. Laughing, the grimness of the turn’s ride dissipating, You have made that… for me?
  9. Effect of thinking is of dissipating nature while effect of breathing is of collecting nature.
  10. The light of the flute revealed that they were surrounded by steam but it was quickly dissipating.
  11. A thin ribbon of smoke twisted up from the bowl in the candlelight, dissipating in the dimness above.
  12. Levi felt a burden lift; a lifetime of tension built up in his shoulders and joints slowly dissipating.
  13. It seemed to him that these distant splendors, far from dissipating his night, rendered it more funereal and more black.
  14. A wisp of steam escaped from the spout of the teapot and seemed to linger around the ornate lid before finally dissipating.
  15. I was so hyped-up and flooded with emotion that it felt fantastic to burn off some energy, heat dissipating through my wings.
  16. They then moved on cautiously through the slowly dissipating smoke, heading southward with the help of Ingrid’s pocket compass.
  17. She brought all his pain to the surface, where it simmered on his skin, burning him briefly before dissipating into the air around him.
  18. The sudden luminescence of dissipating circles of light bought his horde into proportion, despite himself the smile remained, even widened.
  19. He swore, something she had never heard him do, and the effect of it was magnified a thousand times without the dissipating power of speech.
  20. He then, with a mighty blow, struck the head of his scythe against the ground; the visible energy was shattered, dissipating into the earth.
  21. And, when net nets are available, their second requirement—namely, that management not be dissipating those assets at a rapid rate—is seldom met.
  22. Annabeth and Grover stood on the beach, in shock, watching the water flood back around Ares’s feet, his glowing golden ichor dissipating in the tide.
  23. His usual efficiency and interest in his work were quickly dissipating, as his mind struggled to think of anything other than Kate and Oscar, his wife and son.
  24. The night sky was undoubtedly clearer by now, and although the dissipating fog took with it the usual cold moistness, in its place was a frigid, dry air that was even colder.
  25. Slowly, out of the dissipating dust, the ranks of marching men materialized, even as a long unbroken stream of cavalry cut off to the side in the direction of the western shore.
  26. There are some who believe that smells will go on expanding, gradually dissipating so that they lose all their energy, in much the same way that taste has done in a number of multi-national fast food outlets.
  27. The magician opened the palm of his hand and blew forth a black powder towards the beast; the powder seemed to expand and swirl around the room like a swarm of bees, finally dissipating into the air of the vast hall.
  28. Common stocks that (1) are selling below their liquid-asset value, (2) are apparently in no danger of dissipating these assets, and (3) have formerly shown a large earning power on the market price, may be said truthfully to constitute a class of investment bargains.
  29. And then so short a time had elapsed since the death of poor Valentine, and the gloom which overshadowed the house was so recent, that no one wondered to see the father so absorbed in his professional duties, which were the only means he had of dissipating his grief.
  30. She still loved her husband and sub-consciously transferred her own unfulfilled ambitions and desires to her children, having become enveloped in a kind of melancholic state of passive inertia, with the throbbing, emotional energy that had formerly been present slowly dissipating into oblivion.
  31. Under the circumstances, it seems to me that keeping at least the eastern end of the Gulf clear of raiders and open to our commerce rather than dissipating his strength by sending detachments all over the Gulf chasing heretic squadrons—which will probably outnumber any detachment that actually catches up with them—is a reasonable and prudent policy on his part.
  32. Assuredly, if any one had said to him at such moments that the hour would come when that name would ring in his ears, when the hideous words, Jean Valjean, would suddenly emerge from the darkness and rise in front of him, when that formidable light, capable of dissipating the mystery in which he had enveloped himself, would suddenly blaze forth above his head, and that that name would not menace him, that that light would but produce an obscurity more dense, that this rent veil would but increase the mystery, that this earthquake would solidify his edifice, that this prodigious incident would have no other result, so far as he was concerned, if so it seemed good to him, than that of rendering his existence at once clearer and more impenetrable, and that, out of his confrontation with the phantom of Jean Valjean, the good and worthy citizen Monsieur Madeleine would emerge more honored, more peaceful, and more respected than ever—if any one had told him that, he would have tossed his head and regarded the words as those of a madman.
  33. Cosette dressed the wound morning and evening with so divine an air and such angelic happiness at being of use to him, that Jean Valjean felt all his former joy returning, his fears and anxieties dissipating, and he gazed at Cosette,.
  1. His body dissipated into fists.
  2. My feeling of relief dissipated.
  3. The glass walls have dissipated.
  4. Her anger had thoroughly dissipated.
  5. The storm had dissipated and all that.
  6. He quenched it and the shield dissipated.
  7. My anger had dissipated, but that sense of.
  8. Kors watched her mom as her anger dissipated.
  9. Collect all the dissipated rays of the mind.
  10. The wind subsided and the tornado dissipated.
  11. I relaxed and the tension in my paws dissipated.
  12. The mist dissipated the moment he opened his eyes.
  13. Tears gushed from the eyes of the dissipated host.
  14. It dissipated all the accumulated tensions of work.
  15. Thankfully, a few seconds later, the light dissipated.
  16. The split lip has healed and the swelling dissipated.
  17. After a few seconds, it dissipated into a bloody mist.
  18. The craft settled to the earth, and the flames dissipated.
  19. Eventually he dissipated all his excitement and exuberance.
  20. Looking around, the chill had dissipated from his exertions.
  21. The bolt had barely dissipated before the sound of thunder.
  22. The rest are commonly dissipated and dispersed in the desert.
  23. I'll say that you are my uncle who has dissipated his fortune.
  24. The smog of dust and grime had all but dissipated as the trio.
  25. After a time, the stormy winds and obscuring clouds dissipated.
  26. But just as soon as he had, the image shimmered and dissipated.
  27. All passions except those of the heart are dissipated by revery.
  28. Relief consumed her and her dizziness and sore arms dissipated.
  29. It was as if the dam had absorbed the energy and dissipated it.
  30. He contemplated the clouds until they dissipated, then he stood.
  31. As quickly as it had come, it dissipated, leaving a void behind.
  32. Wispy clouds blanketed the tops, then floated away and dissipated.
  33. Traces of the bacterium dissipated the further from town they went.
  34. I want to be angry with him, but the rage seems to have dissipated.
  35. The amber mist and the vaporous forms dissipated as I was once more.
  36. Garcia dissipated, gravity took over and pulled him down into the water.
  37. She felt it coming from him, a wave of emotion that quickly dissipated.
  38. Clearly, some of the bitterness of a long campaign hadn’t dissipated.
  39. Through unwise investments and foolish spending, he soon had dissipated.
  40. The plate settled easily to the floor as the air dissipated from under it.
  41. The spatial rift dissipated and the stunned mercenaries rose to their feet.
  42. He threw his arm up reflexively, and in that instant his magic dissipated.
  43. By then my anger had dissipated and the two of us, having come to the same.
  44. His character is now before you; expensive, dissipated, and worse than both.
  45. The "grelis" dissipated and ran towards the place where the scream had come.
  46. Her efforts dissipated as the chill of the water began seeping into her flesh.
  47. The mist dissipated the moment he opened his eyes, and he saw that the excited.
  48. Once the gas dissipated, the old spaceport would be a prize worth fighting over.
  49. The seas calmed, the tornadoes dissipated and headed back out to sea harmlessly.
  50. The curiosity in Anne’s expression dissipated and was promptly replaced by fear.
  51. Sorren with his giant scythe—only to find that his body dissipated into the air.
  52. Thoughts of his companions dissipated with this new curiosity, the ball of light.
  53. Family was in such a dissipated state; much of it was owed to the Divine Creator.
  54. The spirits made muffled hisses as they dissipated, like the air let out of tires.
  55. And when the obscurity dissipated, a lute had replaced the flute in the man’s hand.
  56. When the smoke had dissipated, a heap of ruins stood in the place of Numa's dwelling.
  57. My anger dissipated slowly as I admitted to myself the real reason for my aggravation.
  58. The bird flashed by him and some of the whiteness dissipated in the beat of its wings.
  59. The snow and slush had all but dissipated, leaving a thick layer of mud on the ground.
  60. A phasor bolt hit the tunnel wall beside her and dissipated in a brilliant, red flash.
  61. The plant is dying, and looks fatigued as the water is dissipated from the hard ground.
  62. As nightfall approached, the skies had gradually cleared and the wet mist had dissipated.
  63. However, the violence for the most part dissipated around civil buildings when the local.
  64. He had a dissipated look: his face was veined from drink and his skin seemed dry and flaky.
  65. When the steam dissipated, I saw Victor, standing near me, with a white towel, open for me.
  66. She snapped her fingers and the whole contraption dissipated, leaving me in a comfy armchair.
  67. What little fog there was dissipated, and the sun shined its light more brightly than before.
  68. Her anger at the town from early in the day had long dissipated in response to it’s beauty.
  69. Should things go the other way, a very large part of the investment would soon be dissipated.
  70. In the silence that followed Nikko’s fear gradually dissipated and was replaced by curiosity.
  71. The blue flash from the enemy energy discharge dissipated in seconds on the holographic screens.
  72. There was a sort of dissipated gaiety and levity, and I can't say it was always quite pleasant.
  73. Shomberg’s smile dissipated somewhat and he became thoughtful, speaking in a calm, slow voice.
  74. Then I watched as the fear dissipated from his eyes and was replaced with concern and determination.
  75. The troubled and unhealthy conjectures which had outlined themselves in Marius' mind were dissipated.
  76. At the same time, her dress lost its glittering, shimmering effect, as if its energy had dissipated.
  77. Most of the inside of the room caught fire as the fireball filled the entire room, and then dissipated.
  78. Every plan my Father in heaven has not planned, shall be dissolved and dissipated and the Divine Idea.
  79. As the white clouds from the extinguisher rapidly dissipated, the extent of the damage became apparent.
  80. The fire was not dissipated yet, and she thought it was ignoble in her husband not to apologize to her.
  81. The tornado crossed over the dock and dissipated, raining glass and splintered wood down into the water.
  82. Not even the sun, newly emboldened by dissipated storm clouds, could shine enough light on such riddles.
  83. As the sphere of energy expanded, it quickly dissipated but not without setting off fires along the 313.
  84. Rachel’s moment of anger caused a rift between them that would last a year until it finally dissipated.
  85. Then he almost fell with her, because the moment she was back onto the balcony the Levitation spell dissipated.
  86. Over the first couple of blocks, the adrenaline wore off and the latent tang of the Chateau Margaux dissipated.
  87. It gradually dissipated, leaving me a wider field of vision, but I could not use my PC the entire three months.
  88. Blinded by the blizzard of seeds she was forced to stay still until the shoal of spores dissipated sufficiently.
  89. Harrison had brought the mail, and merry letters from Stella and Priscilla and Phil soon dissipated Anne's blues.
  90. The nearly omnipresent mist and fog of the northern region dissipated briefly under the warmth of the setting sun.
  91. Yes, she is right, thought the old princess, all her convictions dissipated by the appearance of His Highness.
  92. My anger dissipated slightly when I considered on a somewhat more positive high note that she must not want me dead.
  93. The official clapped his hands sharply and the crowd dissipated back into the busy activities of the dockyard market.
  94. This final experience is generated when the darkness of ignorance is dissipated by the light of knowledge through the.
  95. As sexual ecstasy dissipated and the agony of unusual penetration reasserted itself, shame threatened to overwhelm Bindi.
  96. Initially there was some strained interaction between the two sisters, but that dissipated gradually as the day wore on.
  97. Artificial respiration could keep the person alive while the toxin was being metabolized and dissipated from the organism.
  98. The torrent had not spread out and dissipated; like a giant serpent it flowed over the depressions and the rounded crests.
  99. The menace which had pervaded the atmosphere had dissipated in an instant, leaving the brothers the best of friends again.
  100. As the illusion of a solid body was completely dissipated, my realisation deepened that the essence of all objects is light.
  1. The water dissipates.
  2. Its voice fades; the mist dissipates.
  3. The grin threatening to pull at my cheeks dissipates.
  4. Until it dissipates, that will act as an anaesthetic too.
  5. Once flung off the hands, the energy simply dissipates into.
  6. Remember this also, the adrenaline dissipates rather rapidly.
  7. As fear dissipates from the market, Implied Volatility decreases.
  8. It dissipates the very intent needed to find true happiness in life.
  9. The laughter continues as is dissipates the further the crew moves away.
  10. When the duality dissipates, would the game of life not come to an end?
  11. In time, this misleading activity dissipates and the true leaders reemerge.
  12. His flame dissipates, and he does his best to walk around the rocks in the dark.
  13. It's never pleasant, but over time the fever dissipates and the infections stop.
  14. I have an oxygen concentrator in the E R, I can use that until the gas dissipates.
  15. Once the fear of financial ruin dissipates, prices return fairly quickly to fair value.
  16. The station’s hum dissipates into the murmurs and soon the food court is full of noise.
  17. A useful and graciously austere half-light which dissipates puerile fears and obviates falls.
  18. A CALL TO PRAYER filters through the hall from somewhere outside and the crowd instantly dissipates.
  19. Gradually, I hear someone calling my name … slowly the mist dissipates and I realise I am lying on my bunk.
  20. Just as each lower energy body comes to the end of its life and dissipates, so does each lower energy universe.
  21. See how quickly his gratitude dissipates and turns into the usual tit for tat? Mira says snarkily to Eugene.
  22. When an object, such as a bullet, hits, the fluid hardens in milliseconds and dissipates the energy throughout the vest.
  23. Thus the vessels near the skin, which are in direct touch with the water relaxes and dissipates all heat outside the body.
  24. The generative energy, which, when we are loose, dissipates and makes us unclean, when we are continent invigorates and inspires us.
  25. The relaxed heaves break by a quick trigger pull that jolts through her shoulders, spreads out over her chest, and dissipates into the ground.
  26. The smell of her, the heat of her, the way she melts against his chest, it all washes over him and after a moment that tightness in his chest dissipates.
  27. Zones near the point of explosion can stay dangerous for years, even decades, before the radiation dissipates enough to permit short visits to those sites.
  28. It has already been said that in raising resistance to the conscious mind, allowing, and planning for it to just ‘be there’, much of it’s power dissipates.
  29. Ego says Oh, don’t tell about that, they’ll never forgive you! And yet, when we do reveal something in a non-judging environment, the power noticeably dissipates.
  30. If he uses it as a stock reserved for immediate consumption, he acts the part of a prodigal, and dissipates, in the maintenance of the idle, what was destined for the support of the industrious.
  31. The torturer or sadist hates his victim and thus dissipates the victim’s fear energy with his hatred (actually he fears his victim, and the hatred is a cover of shamelessness to hide his fear).
  32. Prayer silences the passions of the soul, assuages the rebel ion of anger, dismisses envy, dissipates evil desire, withers the love of worldly things, and brings great peace and serenity to the soul.
  33. Putting gas into the tank of a car, to feed a machine with an insatiable addictive need for it… a machine whose appetite for gas never dissipates: is that considered to be a vicious cycle? An addiction? No.
  34. Again, please allow it to be reiterated, that once raised to the conscious mind, being aware of and planning for negative resistance disempowers, dissolves and dissipates the majority of it’s power, yet we still must deal with and pass through what’s left.
  35. Cowardice on the other hand, dissipates both our mental and moral forces,.

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