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  1. I tried to reconstruct it.
  2. Reconstruct it in the mind.
  3. I have tried to reconstruct it from the measurements.
  4. Yes indeed; We are Able to reconstruct his fingertips.
  5. He closed his eyes and tried to reconstruct what had.

  6. Jillian started wondering if she could reconstruct Gary's chart.
  7. Consequently, it wasn’t easy to reconstruct the groupings you see.
  8. Roosevelt did order a special act of the New Deal to reconstruct Puerto Rico.
  9. Now, the sequence of events as I reconstruct them would be after this fashion.
  10. It is harder to reconstruct a glass house than it is to apologize for an errant toss.
  11. I tried to reconstruct in my mind a map of the floor of the cavern as I had last seen it.
  12. Using their psychic powers, they were able to reconstruct almost everything within a few hours.
  13. You have been in Vegas several times, so you can faithfully reconstruct each step of the journey.
  14. Put students in pairs or small groups and ask them to share ideas and try and reconstruct the text.
  15. There is ample information throughout the balance of this book to reconstruct a much more detailed.

  16. Our high end technology enables us to reconstruct images from any angle and visualize anatomical outlines.
  17. And as nearly as I can reconstruct it, he’d gone to speak with an informant without taking any backup.
  18. So let’s get a white board and let’s reconstruct the public [government] balance sheets of the nations.
  19. We had to reconstruct his small intestine, so he wouldn't be stuck with a colostomy bag for the rest of his life.
  20. As was her habit she methodically tried to reconstruct the events of the previous day as far as she could remember.
  21. Good Lord, the trails we leave! Suppose someone, finding the ketchup bottle, tried to reconstruct me from my notes.
  22. They generally used only traditional weapons against each other so the scenes would be bloody but easy to reconstruct.
  23. Big machines reduced the rubble back to gravel and sand which, mixed with new cement, would now reconstruct the cities.
  24. Still, the wall was torn apart more quickly than the people of Saparen could reconstruct it, and again the forces fell back.
  25. This signal can be manipulated by additional magnetic fields to build up enough information to reconstruct an image of the body.

  26. Some of you act like this in order to try to gradually reconstruct and realize in yourself that of which you have persuaded others.
  27. When things went south they went south so fast Sabrina had to reconstruct what she thought she saw to figure out what had gone down.
  28. Numbers, variables, functions and operations streamed chaotically from her fingers as she vainly tried to reconstruct her equations.
  29. Instead, I find now I’ve been trying to work backward from one, to reconstruct from a random dispersal of elements a single shell.
  30. And now how was I to proceed to reconstruct this midnight drama? Clearly, only one could fit into the hole, and that one was Brunton.
  31. Alexander Howell, the great-nephew of Chester Howell, was helpful in helping us reconstruct Norma Jeane’s wedding to James Dougherty.
  32. In the diary that criticized godless civilizations, he did not plead for God to reconstruct the social institutions that oppressed Africans.
  33. Well, he has had surgery to reconstruct half his insides, and is currently waiting for the tear from his chest to his hip to mend… naturally.
  34. There is no doubt that it will lead the international effort to reconstruct a nation that the Taliban had already physically and morally destroyed.
  35. For example, a private key might be split into five fragments, but any three can be used to reconstruct the key, making a 3 of 5 private key.
  36. It was obviously fashioned by the large number of Irish manual building workers who had come to reconstruct the ‘Blitzed’ England after the war.
  37. They were broken into bits, but the taxidermist, performing miracles, was able to reconstruct them completely using photos taken just after the bagging.
  38. The Ulkxans were losing command of their master and mayhem arose among them, exactly in the way Cleo wanted and the reason why she wanted to reconstruct Minto.
  39. He seemed to be very open to suggestion and I urged him to consult the Kofitachiki elders and try to reconstruct as much of their original culture as could be salvaged.
  40. And so, while waiting for him and pretending to inspect plants and small water courses, I tried to reconstruct my trip as a single piece and not as a series of incidents.
  41. Using a cryptographic trick known as secret sharing, a Bitcoin private key can be divided into many fragments, and only a certain number are required to reconstruct the key.
  42. Sitting on a bench, Merthin looked into the fire and visualized the wooden scaffolding he would build for the masons who would reconstruct the collapsed vaulting in the cathedral.
  43. You could also write up a series of questions on the board (these could be the comprehension questions) and tell students that the answers to the questions will help them reconstruct the text.
  44. This tooth wants a body for the performance of its function and it defines the peculiar body it stands in need of with such precision that Cuvier is able to reconstruct the frame of this animal.
  45. And therefore it would seem inevitable for Christian men to abandon the pagan forms of society which they condemn, and to reconstruct their social existence on the Christian principles they profess.
  46. Of all the facts which were presented to us we had to pick just those which we deemed to be essential, and then piece them together in their order, so as to reconstruct this very remarkable chain of events.
  47. The former is built to deal with constantly added data, to evaluate them and to alter the emerging picture (Weltanschauung) accordingly (to reconstruct or to adjust the theory, even to replace it with another).
  48. The brain is able to do this only because it has access to the holographic template that generated the world unconsciously in the first place and now allows it to reconstruct the world that is presented to consciousness.
  49. Most of the curse’s previous mental capacity was dedicated to knowing all this about both me and Talia at all times, so that it could reconstruct us from our last moment of completeness whenever anything happened to us.
  50. Thaniel went back to the piano, where he sat down for a while without touching anything before he turned to the back of Sullivan’s score, where there were two spare pages, and started to reconstruct Griszt’s piece from memory.
  51. They may implement the results more quickly, favoring expedience over originality, file documents, control, check, review, and criticize (but not deeply and logically oppose!), overcome bureaucratic obstacles, produce, arrange, build, reconstruct.
  52. Relaxing, she said, Bruidium? That’s what they used to reconstruct your shoulder? The Coalition does think highly of you, doesn’t it? The compound was rare, exotic, and expensive enough to fund an entire platoon of special forces soldiers for a standard month.
  53. None that he is aware of, however, has even explored the issue of homosexuals’ obligation of responsibility, nor exposed the havoc that homosexuality causes on countless of desolate families who are left helpless in their struggling efforts to reconstruct their shattered lives.
  54. Do you know how much discipline that takes? Would Cool Girl Amy be able to do that? To research each week’s current events, to cross-consult with my old daily planners to make sure I forgot nothing important, then to reconstruct how Diary Amy would react to each event? It was fun, mostly.
  55. My recent example with the hare doesn’t mean that you form, reconstruct, or create these Cycles in a new way: at every instant you simply choose from among the entire set of innumerable possibilities accessible to you and select that which you now prefer subjectively, that in which you have the greatest interest.
  56. They fabricate systems, they recast society, they demolish the monarchy, they fling all laws to the earth, they put the attic in the cellar's place and my porter in the place of the King, they turn Europe topsy-turvy, they reconstruct the world, and all their love affairs consist in staring slily at the ankles of the laundresses as these women climb into their carts.
  57. It pained her not to have had that revelation many years before when it had still been possible to purify memories and reconstruct the universe under a new light and evoke without trembling Pietro Crespi’s smell of lavender at dusk and rescue Rebeca from her slough of misery, not out of hatred or out of love but because of the measureless understanding of solitude.
  58. Sixty monks, and not a single layman! It is a terrible idea, but it is historic, it is statistic; it is indeed one of those facts which enables an intelligent historian to reconstruct the physiognomy of a special epoch, for it brings out this further point with mathematical accuracy, that the clergy were in those days sixty times richer and more flourishing than the rest of humanity and perhaps sixty times fatter also.
  59. He tried to reconstruct in his imagination the annihilated splendor of the old banana-company town, whose dry swimming pool was filled to the brim with rotting men’s and women’s shoes, and in the houses of which, destroyed by rye grass, he found the skeleton of a German shepherd dog still tied to a ring by a steel chain and a telephone that was ringing, ringing, ringing until he picked it up and an anguished and distant woman spoke in English, and he said yes, that the strike was over, that three thousand dead people had been thrown into the sea, that the banana company had left, and that Macondo finally had peace after many years.
  60. Sitting in her wicker rocking chair, she would recall the past, reconstruct the grandeur and misfortunes of the family and the splendor of Macondo, which was now erased, while Álvaro frightened the crocodiles with his noisy laughter and Alfonso invented outlandish stories about the bitterns who had pecked out the eyes of four customers who misbehaved the week before, and Gabriel was in the room of the pensive mulatto girl who did not collect in money but in letters to a smuggler boyfriend who was in prison on the other side of the Orinoco because the border guards had caught him and had made him sit on a chamberpot that filled up with a mixture of shit and diamonds.
  1. Reconstructing the origin of Andaman Islanders.
  2. And it moved, too, reconstructing itself until it could breathe again.
  3. Not surprisingly, Aparicio spent several hours in surgery reconstructing his jaw.
  4. We have made some progress in reconstructing the crime, as Bertillon used to call it.
  5. Christine was reconstructing the events in her mind, based on the physical evidence in.
  6. What now? he wondered, no longer certain reconstructing Lock Core was his greatest concern.
  7. The old gentleman could scarcely refuse me a meal, and I fell to reconstructing my breakfast.
  8. Reconstructing The Apocalypse and this guide to its symbolism were only possible by avoiding.
  9. I was feeling the weight of the revelations crushing me and reconstructing me at the same time.
  10. A convergence zone does not store permanent memories of words and concepts but helps reconstructing them.
  11. I seem to have devoted my entire tenure here on this planet to reconstructing that precise position in space and time.
  12. On through barren fields of redeveloping and reconstructing industry, passed green wastelands, a rural patchwork of varying colours.
  13. John Leonard’s father, Mack, was a friend of Gladys Baker’s, and he was vital in reconstructing Gladys’s search for her children.
  14. Reconstructing the layout of this place in my mind, the car must have almost made it completely through one of the pump stations before the explosion.
  15. The result was the ground breaking apart like a mass of clay, then reconstructing into a huge wave of spikes that ran like a train into the two mechs.
  16. Marilyn’s friend Michael Shaw was also very helpful in reconstructing certain events in this section of the book, and I thank him for his enthusiastic cooperation.
  17. This seems to be happening because during the process, the mind engages the brain in a silent huge update, reconstructing a large amount of data, which are my behaviors.
  18. Thompson spent many hours with me reconstructing certain events for this book and I thank her for the interviews I conducted with her on July 2, 2007, and February 1, 2008.
  19. To him, this would merely be another exercise in reconstructing a fateful event though he would reap satisfaction in helping to gain an understanding of what had gone so dreadfully wrong.
  20. As discussed above, atom-energy ultimately changes in its structure and functions, slowly reconstructing into different forms of atom-energy, as in ice restructures into water and the body to ash.
  21. Having exhausted that philosophical consideration, Ralf commenced to revel in all that was left him now; the reconstructing of memories of his past, all those carefully plotted and exceptionally guileful artifices.
  22. Sometime after midnight on August 13, after surviving in her great-uncle’s attic for five days, Marie-Laure holds a record with her left hand while she runs the fingers of her right gently through its grooves, reconstructing the whole song in her head.
  23. Did the gentlemen think the Yankees would ever get through with reconstructing Georgia? The reassuring gentlemen thought Reconstruction would be over in no time—that is, just as soon as the Democrats could having finished with politics, the talk about the war began.
  24. Whether he's enjoying a chilled Vermouth on the streets of Geneva, being catapault-launched off of a perfectly good aircraft carrier, or painstakingly reconstructing the Pyramid of Giza in the sand box with his son, Jack tries to appreciate the sublime nature of the moment.
  25. When, in 1836, the old stone sewer beneath the Faubourg Saint-Honore, in which we now see Jean Valjean, was demolished for the purpose of reconstructing it, the quicksand, which forms the subsoil of the Champs-Elysees as far as the Seine, presented such an obstacle, that the operation lasted nearly six months, to the great clamor of the dwellers on the riverside, particularly those who had hotels and carriages.
  1. The camp base was reconstructed.
  2. Eden will be reconstructed by A+B.
  3. He rotated his reconstructed shoulder.
  4. I have recovered, reconstructed, and.
  5. The Apocalypse Reconstructed chapter is.
  6. I’ve only partially reconstructed above.
  7. Religion has been reconstructed without Him.
  8. Removed or reconstructed verses are clearly.
  9. Revelation 19:11 (reconstructed - was 19:10).
  10. Revelation 19:10 (reconstructed - was 19:11).
  11. Then she focused on his reconstructed shoulder.
  12. Reconstructed without notation in this chapter.
  13. Such are reconstructed or removed in this version.
  14. Notice that the above verse has been reconstructed.
  15. The full Revelation Reconstructed is in the Addenda.
  16. The foundation reconstructed itself brick by brick.
  17. Reconstructed version with this symbol guide only.
  18. What suggested scene was then reconstructed by Bloom?
  19. The pile should be turned and reconstructed every week.
  20. Most of this first verse was reconstructed as shown below.
  21. They are properly reinserted in the reconstructed verses.
  22. The body He had was reconstructed, and had unusual capacity.
  23. Knowing Erik as he did, he easily reconstructed the tragedy.
  24. I’ve included The Apocalypse Reconstructed in the addenda.
  25. Only use the Apocalypse Reconstructed version in conjunction.
  26. I’ve also reconstructed a very close approximation of what an English.
  27. I’ve also reconstructed most of the original Apocalypse by identifying.
  28. As you work through this guide and the reconstructed Apocalypse, you will.
  29. Schott reconstructed the fence with the tenacity and precision of a surgeon.
  30. Surgeons saved one ear and somewhat rebuilt her nose, reconstructed her lips.
  31. That is why verses 1:18 and 1:20 have been reconstructed to say exactly that.
  32. I’ve pulled these from the Apocalypse Reconstructed (Chapter 6), which.
  33. This verse was reconstructed to remove the fraudulent literal name of Jesus Christ.
  34. All four of these groups have been reconstructed from a great number of fragments.
  35. Material on the top should go into the middle of the pile when it is reconstructed.
  36. And being turned, I saw seven golden candlesticks, Revelation 1:13 (reconstructed).
  37. Miner’s explanation that he reconstructed his copious notes from memory is troubling.
  38. Revelation 14:13 (reconstructed) (This verse was out of place above and should be here.
  39. Reconstructed to decode these verses and better understand what they are truly saying.
  40. Rico’s probably in the local ER getting his windpipe reconstructed, if I had to guess.
  41. When you encounter these verses or read through the Apocalypse Reconstructed, use.
  42. Reconstructed is, in truth, a reliable reconstruction of much of the original narrative.
  43. The world began again after a deluge and was reconstructed out of the fragments of itself.
  44. Apocalypse Reconstructed, without providing a reconstructed notation in this chapter.
  45. Amen’s dual feathered headdress, and the fourteen parts of Osiris’ reconstructed body.
  46. Before moving on, I also want to point out something important in some of the reconstructed.
  47. Rotating his left shoulder, he stretched the artificial ligaments in the reconstructed joint.
  48. They reconstructed it with Lazhinian DNA, and created embryos grown in tanks of culture fluid.
  49. As another proof of concept, I also comprehensively analyzed and reconstructed a version of the.
  50. As you read through the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Apocalypse Reconstructed, you’ll gain a.
  51. In these stories, wisdom was broken into many symbols that would be reconstructed and resurrected.
  52. I’ve shown both the original King James text and the corrected verse, as I’ve reconstructed it.
  53. In this way, some UU-VVU-copies are reconstructed (refocus, restructured) into FLUU-VVU-doubles!.
  54. R e v e l a t i o n 1 4 : 1 3 (reconstructed) (This verse was out of place above and should be here.
  55. Using all his engineering skills, he reconstructed his perch and cautiously lowered himself onto it.
  56. The nipple and the dark skin surrounding it, the areola, were reconstructed in subsequent operations.
  57. Look there---an emotion reconstructed from nothing! If Ralf could have shaken his head, he would have.
  58. Apocalypse should have said a rod of fire as it now does in the reconstructed verses shown above.
  59. Blaine had reconstructed that first novel, which he had marketed to virtually every publisher in Canada.
  60. R e v e l a t i o n 1 4 : 1 3 (reconstructed) (This verse was out of place above and should have been here.
  61. Once you decode all of Chapter 10 from the Apocalypse Reconstructed, you’ll better understand its.
  62. In presence and in face of that antique Europe reconstructed, the features of a new France were sketched out.
  63. Lester started on the Payables program, and found they had validly reconstructed some apparently damaged parts.
  64. If one of the striped drives should fail, the data it contains can be reconstructed using the parity information.
  65. With this object his staff was gradually reconstructed and its real strength removed and transferred to the Emperor.
  66. And he laid hold of the dragon, that old serpent, which is the voice of the beast, Revelation 20:3 (reconstructed).
  67. And he laid hold on the dragon, that old serpent, which is the voice of the beast, Revelation 20:3 (reconstructed).
  68. Rebuilt as a hotel in 1900, it was reconstructed one more time in 1922, after a fire incinerated it one year earlier.
  69. The disadvantage of this knowledge is that it has to be reconstructed by the receiver involving a labourious process.
  70. When an answer under the new regime agrees with the theory as reconstructed, a paradigm shift is said to have occurred.
  71. And the four creatures had each of them six wings about him; and they were full of eyes within: Revelation 4:9 (reconstructed).
  72. By the time he came back in clean jeans and a t-shirt, his hair damp and skin pink from scrubbing, Norah had reconstructed her piles.
  73. Having first built up the idea in his imagination, he holds it there as a mental picture, to be reconstructed and improved by his thought.
  74. Not long thereafter, when the new dry season had well commenced, the following encounter—as reconstructed later—took place at Terraport.
  75. There were no periods which had to be reconstructed without contemporary, written sources—primary sources—of unimpeachable authenticity.
  76. Now all the B’tari had gone, along with their mother ship, there was no place of refuge other than here at his old reconstructed moon base.
  77. You have been thoroughly, digitally and quantically, deconstructed in order to be reconstructed at the place of your destination, which is the centron.
  78. Indeed before the Big Bang there was nothing except and other than cannot be scientifically defined or reconstructed, or even for some, rationally thought.
  79. Mashu, looking a little embarrassed at such an open display of affection, busied himself with hanging his new hunter’s bow over the reconstructed lintel.
  80. The renaissance shows how the power of mind had to wait until the choice of faith became reconstructed from within and held in the pockets of the western sector.
  81. Presuming that we have, up to this point, reconstructed the tragedy correctly, we shall find nothing in this other man to cause us to reconsider our conclusions.
  82. Indeed before the Big Bang there was nothing except for and other than that that cannot be scientifically defined or reconstructed, or even for some, rationally thought.
  83. I can be Scarlett heard over and over until she could have screamed at the repetition: I’d have restored to the Union, but by God, I can’t be reconstructed into it!.
  84. So when Jeremiah decided to change the upper level he reconstructed the entire level, expanding it out past the second story patio that now overhung the main entrance to the bar.
  85. How many markets must I go to, how many farmers talked to, how many meals de-then reconstructed, when I can buy a burger now? But I'm supposed to be responsible for its history also.
  86. This single process would’ve been an imperceptibly short occurrence – less than a thousandth of a second before the field had been released and the biomass reconstructed back into its original forms.
  87. And the third angel followed them, saying with a loud voice , If any man worships the beast and his image , and receives his mark within his forehead , or within his hand , Revelation 14:10 (reconstructed).
  88. And the kings of the earth, who have committed fornication and lived deliciously within her, shall bewail her, and lament for her, when they shall see the smoke of her burning, Revelation 18:10 (reconstructed).
  89. I have reconstructed the battle from hundreds of observations taken by our Sentries and Warders, including many that detected magical and psionic activity, and this report has been approved for release to the citizens of The Just Alliance.
  90. From it the nocturnal itinerary of the colonel from the dawn he left Macondo at the head of twenty-one men on his way to a fanciful rebellion until he returned for the last time wrapped in a blanket stiff with blood could have been reconstructed.
  91. It is bounded on the south by a monumental exædra whose substructions of cut stone are still in place, and whose architectural decoration can be reconstructed by means of the bases, fragments, columns, capitals, and pieces of cornice which have come to light.
  92. You yourself know in the depth of your heart that this is not true, that the existing structure of life has outlived its time and soon must be reconstructed on new principles, and that, therefore, there is no need to maintain it, while sacrificing human sentiments.
  93. And at the bottom of your heart you know yourself that it is not true, that the existing organization has outlived its time, and must inevitably be reconstructed on new principles, and that consequently there is no obligation upon you to sacrifice your sentiments of humanity to support it.
  94. Then, our original British Airways flight was reconstructed, but we were told that it would be better for us to remain in the flight with Iberia because the suitcases may have already been transferred there… Naturally, we were not the only ones affected, since there were other flights also cancelled.
  1. To make way for new data, the mind reconstructs the stored.
  2. It reconstructs the purple from the rag, and the woman from the scrap of her dress.
  3. Another breaks down the matters, and another reconstructs the matter according to the shape you suggested.
  4. From the cess-pool, it re-constitutes the city; from mud, it reconstructs manners; from the potsherd it infers the amphora or the jug.
  5. Imagination reconstructs the scene—the black-haired chief, in his tiger-skins and necklace of human teeth, squatting on the dirt floor of the wattle hut, listening intently to the eloquence of the priest, who probably sat on a carven, skin-covered block of mahogany provided in his honor—clad in the silken robes of a Nemedian priest, gesturing with his slender white hands as he expounded the eternal rights and justices which were the truths of Mitra.

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