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    1. “[He] was brutal and deliberate in his killings

    2. The council slipped to another space to deliberate, they soon announced that they would need a continuance till next week

    3. Either it was a random attack in which case it had no bearing whatsoever on who she was … or it was deliberate and everything to do with who she was

    4. deliberate co-‐creator of your life and your reality, then we’ll

    5. deliberate partners that want to operate on a plane of

    6. deliberate co-‐creator that delights in surrounding you with all

    7. Remember that the most effortless acts of deliberate

    8. deliberate creative process that will EMPOWER you move

    9. As soon as it was quiet from the receding stampede, a herd of something else meandered into the area at a slow deliberate pace

    10. ‘It couldn’t have been deliberate, Berndt

    11. “A move of some daring,” Steven said, “I trust our own investigations were more deliberate?”

    12. hmm … Bunty never did anything by chance, Miss Grey, if she left all her documents like that, she must have anticipated someone going through them as you are doing, which means it was a deliberate act on her part … in that case, I feel she would have wanted me to help you as much as I can

    13. Allcock's deliberate and studied manner and movements, making sure not to finish before his benefactor

    14. “That would be deliberate harm to a fellow human, the Instinct would prevent it,” Althart said

    15. “I know, but I want to know what is the chance that someone stole this body from it’s rightful owner by deliberate overdose of shonggot? I have reason to believe,” Ava continued, “that Tdeshi was already a known shonggot user when she O

    16. a deliberate Red Herring, designed to put any putative Watcher off

    17. Don’t know why … wasn’t deliberate, just didn’t mention it

    18. the five-course meal with sharp deliberate movements, but they also stood waiting

    19. Roman dabbled with his food, taking slow, deliberate bites not because it

    20. A nightmare of electronic components greeted them as the heavy doors closed with a slow deliberate thud behind them

    21. “There’s nothing to deliberate,” said Stenarch

    22. It was a capital which those projectors had very artfully contrived to draw from those banks, not only without their knowledge or deliberate consent, but for some time, perhaps, without their having the most distant suspicion that they had really advanced it

    23. that you have very deliberate reasons, e

    24. The sounds of wood thrusting upon hide shields, deliberate steps and the measured praises of a watchful officer – the same one who had been at the execution, in fact – all had confirmed that she had moved in the right direction

    25. deliberate misleading of mankind? They are not used with

    26. They are as wise, however, as if they had all been dictated by the most deliberate wisdom

    27. National animosity, at that particular time, aimed at the very same object which the most deliberate wisdom would have recommended, the diminution of the naval power of Holland, the only naval power which could endanger the security of England

    28. And the Nord would be left with brows knitted and deliberate curiosities piqued

    29. When the people of one state were admitted to the right of citizenship in another, they had no other means of exercising that right, but by coming in a body to vote and deliberate with the people of that other state

    30. Inside the waiting room the impression had starkly altered; calmness created by colours and textures – something Deanna could lecture on, and it made him realise just how deliberate it was: the vast deep blue of the carpet, covering the entire area up to the reception desk, plants arranged neatly and

    31. “Attempt on my life?” repeated Lucy, “When? Surely you can’t think that the accident at the crevasse was deliberate?”

    32. We have to consider that the information contained in the Bible also addresses our origins in the creation account in which it describes how God created everything and that it was a deliberate choice and action from God to perform his creative work

    33. It was a deliberate action

    34. He looked like such an ordinary man, but it was a striking, deliberate ordinariness

    35. (deliberate) manner, that oftentimes tests the limits of its collective tolerance, can be traced to its traditional support of liberty and acceptance, within reasonable limits, of comparative viewpoints and expressions however controversial or unpopular to some

    36. Em shook her head with a deliberate movement

    37. The sun was trying to break through the dark clouds and I wondered what the time was and with deliberate movements my body escaped the hold of the warm soothing bed

    38. He does not ―interfere,‖ however, with Man‘s deliberate actions (or Acts of Will) unless He decides to do so

    39. The problem with them was that they stayed only for 3 months tours of duty which was deliberate to increase the availability of trained men

    40. The killings were carried out by Indonesia's military or caused by concentration camps and deliberate starvation tactics making Timorese vulnerable to disease

    41. What had occurred was a deliberate, planned, devastatingly thorough initiation into sex

    42. soft deliberate way, stating that the information she was receiving was that in a previous lifetime I did indeed have an auto accident

    43. The Captain stared back at him and slowly chewed on his cigar, and then he placed it down on the ashtray in a deliberate manner

    44. �But he wasn't, sir,� interjected Linda in a deliberate voice

    45. So, as educators, whatever behavioral change you are trying to make should focus on deliberate and

    46. So there's a danger with a deliberate and

    47. I tried to protest, but her slim hands grabbed my upper arms in a vice like grip and with deliberate intent, she flung herself backwards through the window, dragging me after her

    48. The cart's steady motion was deliberate; Joseph had kept his speed slow and constant for he didn't want to draw any unwanted attention

    49. She stared at the rock and with one quick and deliberate movement, struck the flint shard into the rock, as hard as she could

    50. With obvious reluctance and slow, deliberate motions that brought to mind a man in pain, he managed to shake hands with the Patriarch

    1. The confusion, however, is not entirely over, for rather than accepting the carefully deliberated recommendations of the National Standards Board, Glickman declined to definitively prohibit three practices being used in producing organically grown foods

    2. She deliberated only a moment, “I wish to begin now

    3. At Rome, on the contrary, the principal courts of justice consisted either of a single judge, or of a small number of judges, whose characters, especially as they deliberated always in public, could not fail to be very much affected by any rash or unjust decision

    4. Slikit trailed along behind, doing his best to hide his agitation as he deliberated on what he was getting himself involved in

    5. The book looked like it was at least a thousand years old, impossible he deliberated, but with this girl, he was never sure

    6. “Join Me,” I said, she deliberated for a while and then came to sit in the chair next to me

    7. Gabe and Elle both deliberated on the topic

    8. Eight had immediately informed the Board of the execution and had been confined to his quarters while they deliberated over his fate

    9. He deliberated for a

    10. Frankie deliberated, wriggling in her mother's embrace

    11. A little judge and jury panel deliberated in their minds about whether or not I was telling the truth

    12. While he deliberated upon his next move, Gaspar observed one of the workshop doors being thrown open beyond the gate and a large, horse-drawn wagon emerge, laden with tools and materials

    13. I deliberated long and hard about whether to include this next example, because it is so controversial; but it is also the most perfect example I can think of to illustrate how our beliefs affect what we perceive out there and prevent us from seeing what is and how those beliefs can contribute to so much pain and suffering in our lives

    14. I looked around the room while the Judge deliberated the request, my heart beating fast

    15. be deliberated before this convention

    16. As they continued their short journey to the end of the meadow where a large expansive copse and the dense forest formed the boundaries of the pristine, grassy fields, Feltus deliberated the descriptions he had been given of Terence who was riding slightly ahead of him with his shoulders pushed back as though he was determined to maintain his stiff upper lip

    17. He then turned to the other two and asked them to step outside while he deliberated his entire position to Emily

    18. Ben deliberated, as he was still putting together all the facts and probabilities, then he said, “This is the way I see it

    19. I deliberated what to say to her

    20. They had deliberated and voted for several hours before they unanimously agreed on the winning entry

    21. ‘Left to herself, she would let my passion remain in hibernation, wouldn’t she?’ he deliberated in desperation

    22. That was the easy part the clandestine Yogini deliberated, following Lady Tara

    23. I deliberated long and hard about whether to include this next example, because it is

    24. I deliberated on what I wished to say, and then I said it:

    25. As he deliberated, his eyes registered movement from above

    26. For many moons they deliberated the vast issues of an existence in the Realm of Relativity

    27. The young man willingly believed that the Huron deliberated on the most eligible manner of eluding the vigilance of his associates

    28. But the Unseelie Princes just shocked the hell out of me, proved themselves to be ambitious and goal-oriented, willing to adopt a mien of civility to achieve their aims, and channel what used to be a maelstrom of uncontrolled hunger into deliberated action

    29. For that matter, though the Oneidas do serve his sacred majesty, who is my sovereign lord and master, I should not have deliberated long about letting off 'killdeer' at the imp myself, had luck thrown him in my way

    30. His person was now protected by immemorial and sacred usage, until the tribe in council had deliberated and determined on his fate

    31. When I said that I only came to see how Miss Havisham was, Sarah evidently deliberated whether or no she should send me about my business

    32. So subdued I was by those tears, and by their breaking out again in the course of the quiet walk, that when I was on the coach, and it was clear of the town, I deliberated with an aching heart whether I would not get down when we changed horses and walk back, and have another evening at home, and a better parting

    33. We deliberated on her name and finally chose Nawader, an Arabic word for rare thing, taken from a passage in Gérard de Nerval’s Women of Cairo

    34. What I now wish you to understand is, that I accept no revision, still less dictation within that range of affairs which I have deliberated upon as distinctly and properly mine

    35. Belinda, you well may ask whether I, who was e’er prone to Deliberation and Philosophical Debate within my own Soul, deliberated with myself about earning my Living as a Whore

    36. Because every reversal has to lose traction and stop before it changes direction, turns are either decisive or deliberated

    37. He was in the very place where the judges deliberated and condemned

    38. She deliberated that it might pretty well be an entire year

    39. I should, if I had deliberated, have replied to this question by something conventionally vague and polite; but the answer somehow slipped from my tongue before I was aware—“No, sir

    40. By certain signs and symptoms, I thought he seemed anxious for me to join him; but well knowing what was to follow, I deliberated a moment whether, in case he invited me, I would comply or otherwise

    41. Then he deliberated again, got up and dressed hurriedly

    42. Yet the idea had several times presented itself to him, and he had deliberated on it—for that we have facts, witnesses, and his own words

    43. The jury deliberated for exactly an hour, neither more nor less

    44. I deliberated for a long time whether I had better cut down the bird-cherry, or not

    45. The Tartars deliberated among themselves; the interpreter said, “Three thousand roubles

    46. It is not now necessary to speak of our injuries, of the necessity of resistance, nor even of the superior advantages of any particular mode of resistance; for it is, I believe, a very prevalent opinion in this House, as well as with the nation, that we have already deliberated enough, and that it is incumbent on us to act

    47. This question is one which has never been settled, or even fully deliberated on

    48. As if any price could change the atrociousness of the attempt on the part of Great Britain, or could extenuate in the slightest degree the offence of those citizens who entertained and deliberated upon the infamous proposition! There was a most remarkable coincidence between some of the things which that man states, and certain events in the quarter alluded to

    1. When the public deliberates concerning any regulation of commerce or police, the proprietors of land never can mislead it, with a view to promote the interest of their own particular order ; at least, if they have any tolerable knowledge of that interest

    2. The person who has a capital from which he wishes to derive a revenue, without taking the trouble to employ it himself, deliberates whether he should buy land with it, or lend it out at interest

    3. The assembly which deliberates and decides concerning the affairs of every part of the empire, in order to be properly informed, ought certainly to have representatives from every part of it

    4. now deliberates upon the way out of this difficulty

    5. As James Brady deliberates, Ronald Reagan spends thirty minutes alone in the Oval Office, tinkering with his upcoming speech

    1. He had never been one for deliberating

    2. She placed it on the floor and looked at Rosemary for a few seconds as if deliberating whether or not to say something

    3. What was in there? Was there enough strength? Enough courage? How could she test it? She sat for some time deliberating then she went and sought out Shelagh

    4. They went and sat down before Tiamat, deliberating about the gods, their firstborns

    5. Jesus knew that Sabbath breaking would be one of the chief charges to be brought against him when the final test came, and he desired to be brought before the Sanhedrin for adjudication of the charge of having healed a blind man on the Sabbath day, when the very session of the high Jewish court sitting in judgment on him for this act of mercy would be deliberating on these matters on the Sabbath day and in direct violation of their own self-imposed laws

    6. ” Yeltsa paused, deliberating, “but seeing as how I just got out of a gang that almost killed me, I’m not so ready to start a new one

    7. ” Feltus glanced over his shoulder to ascertain that the jury was still deliberating

    8. continued to discuss their plight while morning turned into day, and though the air was fresh and sunlight pleasant, it didn’t remove the weight of what they were deliberating over

    9. Now all of these three started deliberating and pondering over the most dangerous current situation

    10. The troll unsheathed his sword, deliberating which of the three he should slice up first

    11. The operation to deal with the terrorist gangs would be launched as soon as possible and completed with all speed, while the constitutional change committee was formed and started deliberating on the steps needed to bring about a permanent political solution

    12. Grace paused as if still deliberating

    13. Billy arched his eyebrow deliberating the strange behavior he’s witnessed from his best friend

    14. the deliberating room and the audience was allowed to leave

    15. Him, and He said to them, “Are you deliberating

    16. had helped, he did not eat the rest, deliberating what he should do next

    17. Deliberating whether to disclose details about the vast entity that could ensoul the energy

    18. He’d developed a habit for surviving the empty interval at the close of trials between when jurors trudged from the courtroom to begin deliberating and the moment they marched back in, ready to announce their verdict

    19. It seemed like they had been deliberating for hours, and judging from the thick tension in the room, possibly arguing

    20. And so, for those who are still deliberating whether to get merchant account or the third party merchant account, it is strongly suggested that whatever methods is used, remember to take into consideration the pros and cons of the two method so as to accept credit card

    21. He seemed to be deliberating on some means of escape

    22. --Had I not wasted years in deliberating, after I ceased to doubt, how I ought to have

    23. The night following this affair--I was to go the next morning-- was spent by me in deliberating on what my future conduct should be

    24. deep attention as those which fell from the maturer wisdom of his father; and so far from manifesting any impatience, neither spoke in reply, until a few moments of silent meditation were, seemingly, bestowed in deliberating on what had already been said

    25. Off went this notable letter, and by return of post from London, we got our answer as we were all sitting in council; deliberating anent the rebuilding of the Crosswell, which had been for some time in a sore state of dilapidation; and surely never was any letter more to the point and less to the purpose of an applicant

    26. The jury was still deliberating, he said as he pointed to a second-floor window in the courthouse

    27. I can understand compulsory military service, which affects my children, my brothers, and myself, I am ready to deliberate on what concerns me; but deliberating on how to spend forty thousand roubles of district council money, or judging the half-witted Alioshka—I don’t understand, and I can’t do it

    28. For several days before, Darya Alexandrovna was busily deliberating on how to dress all the children

    29. I asked them, 'What are you deliberating upon, gentlemen?' There did not seem to be any president, though Don Jose Avellanos sat at the head of the table

    30. 'You are deliberating upon surrender,' I said

    31. Meantime, the Junta of the Notables in the great sala was still deliberating; only, one of them had run out in the corredor to ask the servant whether something to eat couldn't be sent in

    32. Watching the streak of smoke, Sergey Ivanovitch walked gently on, deliberating on his position

    33. Bulstrode had rarely in his life spoken with such nervous energy: he had been deliberating on this speech and its probable effects through a large part of the night; and though he did not trust to its ultimately saving him from any return of Raffles, he had concluded that it was the best throw he could make

    34. I will not waste time in this letter describing the trial, except to say that as I write to you now, the jury is deliberating the outcome

    35. He had been gone for too long and he wanted to imply he had been deliberating

    36. They gave their cold sweets an extra long suck, deliberating

    37. "I guess," he said, deliberating, "we won't be coming out here anymore

    38. Students deliberating on the National Guard,—such a thing could not be seen among the Ogibewas nor the Cadodaches! Savages who go naked, with their noddles dressed like a shuttlecock, with a club in their paws, are less of brutes than those bachelors of arts! The four-penny monkeys! And they set up for judges! Those creatures deliberate and ratiocinate! The end of the world is come! This is plainly the

    39. While Gavroche was deliberating, the attack took place, abruptly and hideously

    40. One afternoon, after deliberating over it for a while, she had a few drinks and then picked up the telephone to talk to Wilder, calling from New York to Los Angeles

    41. The night following this affair—I was to go the next morning—was spent by me in deliberating on what my future conduct should be

    42. I sat for an hour and a half alone, deliberating ; rather, not really deliberating but dreaming

    43. I can understand compulsory military service, which affects my children, my brothers, and myself, I am ready to deliberate on what concerns me; but deliberating on how to spend forty thousand roubles of district council money, or judging the half-witted Alioshka—I don't understand, and I can't do it

    44. We were deliberating here whether to tell you at once or not?"

    45. Then he stopped short in the dark porch and stood deliberating for five minutes; at last he made his way back into the house

    46. Having made an outline of a speech, which he was to deliver to the peasants the following day, Nekhludoff went to the manager's house, and after further deliberating upon the proper disposition of the stock, he calmly and contentedly retired to a room prepared for him in the large building

    47. After deliberating with other chiefs, Kakabo made up his mind to apply to the Queen of England, at first merely asking her to take the islands under her protection, but afterwards requesting definite annexation

    48. Troup hoped the House would not be precipitated unadvisedly into a decision of a question of this kind; that they would not break in upon a system which had served them so well without maturely deliberating upon it

    49. Could that gentleman repose his head upon his pillow without returning thanks to God that he was descended from English parentage? Whence but from that origin came all the blessings of life, so far as political privileges are concerned? To what is it owing that we are at this moment deliberating under the forms of a free representative government? Suppose we had been colonies of any other European nation—compare our condition with that of the Spanish, Portuguese, or French settlements in America? To what was our superiority owing? To our Anglo-Saxon race

    50. I claim it not, sir, for myself personally, but I claim it in the capacity of a Representative of a free people, sent here, not like a member of the French Council of Five Hundred, for the purpose of voting merely, but for the purpose of deliberating on subjects of high concern to their peace, their prosperity, their happiness

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