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    1. notion of closing my eyes for an hour during the day still worked after a fashion, but it

    2. Enough to put the notion into the head of a baggage handler that the brand new bright pink carry-on there, ostensibly marked for that very flight, was actually intended for a different airline entirely

    3. Then Apollo's voice fills my head, you trust me, right? And the look in his eyes reflect his notion

    4. "And if we were to believe such a preposterous notion, what risk does that pose?" Kelvin asked

    5. We can not escape what runs through our path, but everyone is responsible to carry on walking through individual notion and effort

    6. But she didn’t seriously entertain that notion, she would recognize one of any group of eight or ten on the crew with the power to pull this off, even if Alan was providing the code behind it

    7. Where would she get such a notion that a fragile ego had anything to do with being male? In fact, wasn’t it the female who was usually more involved in raising and nurturing children? “What planet are you from?” He asked, “You must have spent far too much time with the Yingolians to say a thing like that

    8. But now that he knows about the transmission, he has to give up the notion that he is ever going to get Tdeshi back

    9. suggested, he immediately thought it was a splendid notion

    10. On the day before his departure, he approached Samuel concerning the notion his wife had put in his head about their dependents having a limited tour of the continent, as it were

    11. He was one who thought the whole notion of biology was hopelessly outdated

    12. Elmore had no more notion than Alan over what caused their strange behavior

    13. “I would find it difficult to contemplate exaggeration, Dorothea, no one accepts the notion of living saints any longer

    14. When Jameson got wind of the tentative notion, he was conflicted

    15. Would he still feel the same about her after? Would he be ashamed to be with her again? Did he feel quite the same even now? There had been a part of his mind that held on to the notion that Desa wasn’t as promiscuous as other native women

    16. That notion was fading with this conversation

    17. It was probably just fantasy that he ever had that notion

    18. She wondered if the copy she had created of herself was as conscientious about her powers over her crewmen? She hoped she was, she had programmed her to be at least as conscientious of it, to never be able to take a notion that she had a power over them

    19. We often have a notion that spiritual things are weird, rare, and exotic

    20. Sometimes we get the notion that because we call ourselves Christians everything will go well, but the greater reality is that if we follow God’s ways he will protect us

    21. There were divers other plants, which I had no notion of or understanding about, that might, perhaps, have virtues of their own, which I could not find out

    22. When Moses gave his word to the Pharaoh, saying, “Let my people go,” I’m sure he had a notion that it would happen quickly and they would be on their way, but that’s not what happened

    23. But though it may be impossible to determine, with any degree of precision, what are or were the average profits of stock, either in the present or in ancient times, some notion may be formed of them from the interest of money

    24. The progress of interest, therefore, may lead us to form some notion of the progress of profit

    25. They were astonished to observe the rage of the Spaniards to obtain them; and had no notion that there could anywhere be a country in which many people had the disposal of so great a superfluity of food; so scanty always among themselves, that, for a very small quantity of those glittering baubles, they would willingly give as much as might maintain a whole family for many years

    26. This opinion they seem to have been led into, partly by the observations which they had occasion to make upon the prices both of corn and of some other parts of the rude produce of land, and partly by the popular notion, that as the quantity of silver naturally increases in every country with the increase of wealth, so its value diminishes as it quantity increases

    27. Such slight observations, however, upon the prices either of corn or of other commodities, would not probably have misled so many intelligent authors, had they not been influenced at the same time by the popular notion, that as the quantity of silver naturally increases in every country with the increase of wealth, so its value diminishes as its quantity increases

    28. This notion, however, seems to be altogether groundless

    29. We may from thence form some notion how great must be the annual consumption in all the different parts of the world, either in manufactures of the same kind with those of Birmingham, or in laces, embroideries, gold and silver stuffs, the gilding of books, furniture, etc

    30. “What does air have to do with it? Is that some Ionic notion? Where did you say you’re

    31. This notion is connected with the system of political economy, which represents national wealth as consisting in the abundance and national poverty in the scarcity, of gold and silver ; a system which I shall endeavour to explain and examine at great length in the fourth book of this Inquiry

    32. Ome nodded his head-body at the notion – he did wish Dona’Cora well

    33. The Elders grew silent at the notion – no doubt, they wished to keep the struggle with their faith an internal one

    34. The notion integrates perfectly with the principle of a nature in constant and endless evolution

    35. Those who say that men have corrupted our world are oblivious of the reality that the whole Universe incorporates the same notion

    36. Understanding the notion of metamorphosis of reality is difficult for a majority of people

    37. The notion of time I refer to here is a concept that is different of the mechanic of clocks

    38. the infinite as mathematical notion, then we may

    39. Scientists considering the phenomenon from this limited angle can rightly come to the conclusion that the space-time notion is finite

    40. Clocks are based on repetitive events but cannot register the flexibility integrated within the notion of time

    41. The notion hides two possibilities that, to my knowledge, have never been expressed before: 1) If our future has been changed by entities from the future, all we see is the new future

    42. Such a notion brings about the idea that there could be no past and no future

    43. One interesting point in the notion of time travel is that it creates for us the possibility of correcting our errors of the past while projecting the new reality in the future

    44. Get that notion out of your head, I mean you can say

    45. Herold, I’ve already had the preconceived notion that my life…

    46. This notion, which at first sight seems so plausible, has been so fully exposed by Mr Hume, that it is, perhaps, unnecessary to say any thing more about it

    47. I wondered at the insanity of the notion

    48. Her discussions with Rikke, Tullius, Maro and even miscellaneous Guild contacts in Riften had reinforced the notion that she would have to go about things by less than conventional means

    49. Before the extension of commerce and manufactures in Europe, the hospitality of the rich and the great, from the sovereign down to the smallest baron, exceeded every thing which, in the present times, we can easily form a notion of Westminster-hall was the dining-room of William Rufus, and might frequently, perhaps, not be too large for his company

    50. notion of eternal torture is not found in these verses

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