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1. Abdomen has diffuse tenderness present.
2. The principal knew how to diffuse the most.
3. At the very least, you wil diffuse the.
4. The vapour did not diffuse as a true gas would do.
5. Diffuse ST elevation and depression of PR intervals.
6. He could feel it and decided to diffuse the situation.
7. Identify the problem and diffuse reporting responsibility.

8. It is not to diffuse you that you were born of your mother and.
9. That’s nice, Ron said, intending to diffuse the situation with.
10. That’s nice, Ron said, intending to diffuse the situation with charm.
11. Dacian grabbed at it, and began his attempt to diffuse the tainted essence.
12. The patient's EKG shows diffuse ST-elevation and depression of PR-intervals.
13. Diplomacy is an effort to holt foolish thinking down, to diffuse the situation.
14. Thankfully, that elicited a laugh from everyone, and seemed to diffuse the tension.
15. There may be ways you can ward off actual violence or diffuse a dangerous situation.
16. As soon as we got home, I ran upstairs to shower, hoping to diffuse the pollen on my skin.
17. To free resistance one must raise the awareness of the driving issue, process and diffuse.
18. Kalia chose that moment to bring in the pastries and coffee, hoping to diffuse the heated exchange.
19. The direct use of "we" in a treat is always bogus – one individual trying to diffuse responsibility.
20. Perhaps, even at the risk of sounding really insane, he could try to diffuse the situation with logic.
21. He even smiled and put his hand out, as if he were trying to diffuse the situation and not manipulate it.
22. She knew she should try to diffuse his anger, to calm him down, but at the same time she felt indignant.
23. His red hair waved in the soft breeze, his green eyes sparkled like emeralds in the weird diffuse light.
24. An unconditional love for life assistance is the natural act to diffuse the flame with its scenario element.
25. I offered Suraya a drink in a way to diffuse the sudden tension in the room, and she agreed with enthusiasm.
26. A full moon drifted overhead, surrounded by clouds that reflected its light, only more diffuse, cloudy and yellow.
27. As a ray I left behind tombs, branches, trees, flowers; to my eyes everything was fuzzy like a heterogeneous diffuse mass.
28. This district is certainly interesting, and every attempt to diffuse correct information concerning it, deserves encouragement.
29. Swift currents swept away all this diffuse gas, and torrents of lava slid to the foot of the mountain, like the disgorgings of a Mt.
30. It was too thin to block the view of the few lanterns visible in the quadrangles and the diffuse glow of the city on the sky beyond.
31. Highs, by contrast, tend to occur against a more diffuse background, sometimes accompanied by an absence of strong emotion of any kind.
32. The manifestation of anger, fear is a survival mechanism full of negative emotions to diffuse that energy reach to others with acceptance.
33. One should not under estimate the importance of finding ways to diffuse stress before it threatens your health and your ability to function.
34. It was early morning because the sun shone through the diffuse and gauzy curtains which were separating, modest, as to make room for the golden bands.
35. Her work in this diffuse play proved that beyond the peradventure of a doubt, so that her engagement at the Hudson Theater need not be unduly deplored.
36. Diffuse light will boost the production of plant energy, since the light will bend around corners to attain the lower leaves, excluding the upper canopy.
37. Nick and his men exited the house, soon after the bomb squad arrived, for the bomb squad was better equipped to diffuse the homemade bomb than they were.
38. Can you diffuse the situation by using words? Can you pretend not to speak the language or not to understand a potential attacker? Perhaps you could say calmly:.
39. The goodman, with the assurance of a person who feels that he is appreciated, entered into a rather diffuse and very deep rustic harangue to the reverend prioress.
40. Also lacking are circulatory and digestive systems, as fuel and waste products diffuse directly through the walls of individual cells from and to circulating ocean water.
41. I felt my mind was swelling to fill the entire landscape, becoming so diffuse in the process that I thought I was losing the ability to keep it fastened to my physical self.
42. Kelly stepped forward to diffuse the tension, but I thrust my hand out and held her back, not glancing at her but staring instead at the woman itching to take a bite out of me.
43. The setting sun, a red ball through the clouds, cast diffuse shadows of the great house, with its three stories, multiple gables, walls, and outbuildings, in the travelers’ faces.
44. The frayed adorned hard front in vivid red velvet color and the diffuse golden letters did not receive the human caress since long time ago, just dust and shades populated its kingdom.
45. Eaton's account of the regions he has explored, has every mark of verisimilitude; and we commend his efforts to diffuse geological information, by short courses of lectures, in different towns.
46. Ralph hid the vibrator guiltily behind his back, giving their leader a sheepish smile in a desperate attempt to diffuse the situation, which unfortunately for him did not even come close to working.
47. How can this diffuse fear? Because the pilot of the plane, or the projector of the movie is none other than your very own conscious awareness, that until now, has played out a game of illusionary separation.
48. Although Lee hadn’t dealt with this type of scenario for many years, knew how to diffuse, reassure and take control of the situation, although usually it was an individual he’d had to convince, not a full village.
49. The amount of time that has passed only strengthens the argument that society is saying if the problems you are responsible for causing are so diffuse, hey, it’s okay, we understand, there’s no legal action we can take.
50. The object of this Association shall be to conduct Christian missionary and educational operations, and diffuse a knowledge of the Holy Scriptures in our own and other countries which are destitute of them, or which present open and urgent fields of effort.
51. The object of this Association shall be to conduct Christian missionary and educational operations, and to diffuse a knowledge of the Holy Scriptures in our own and other countries which are destitute of them, or which present open and urgent fields of effort.
52. The object of this Association shall be to conduct Christian missionary and educational operations and diffuse a knowledge of the Holy Scriptures in our own country and other countries which are destitute of them, or which present open and urgent fields of effort.
53. A big table of white marble dominated the stay and through the window without glasses one could observe the diffuse violet line and ocher of the horizon, a warm sea breeze was filtering through the open space and was granted to my skin a lightly sticky and viscous texture.
54. Military officers of the highest rank, instead of encouraging in their soldiers the brutality and ferocity necessary for their work, diffuse education among the soldiers, inculcate humanity, and often even themselves share the socialistic ideas of the masses and denounce war.
55. At first he thought it was an eagle gliding in the firmament, but as it was approaching, the diffuse characters of the animal were delineated in the figures of a few girls and a dog mounted on a carpet, who were shouting with the same effusiveness as a castaway in view of a ship.
56. Her aunt did not neglect her: she wrote again and again; they were receiving frequent accounts from Edmund, and these accounts were as regularly transmitted to Fanny, in the same diffuse style, and the same medley of trusts, hopes, and fears, all following and producing each other at haphazard.
57. Lady Marchmain was not diffuse, but she took hold of her subject in a feminine, flirtatious way, circling, approaching, retreating, feinting; she hovered over it like a butterfly; she played 'grandmother's steps' with it, getting nearer the real point imperceptibly while one's back was turned, standing rooted when she was observed.
58. But even when the minister's voice grew high and commanding,—when it gushed irrepressibly upward,—when it assumed its utmost breadth and power, so overfilling the church as to burst its way through the solid walls, and diffuse itself in the open air,—still, if the auditor listened intently, and for the purpose, he could detect the same cry of pain.
59. The fundamental idea of the Congress is this, that it is necessary, in the first place, to diffuse by all means possible the conviction among men that war is very unprofitable for people and that peace is a great good, and in the second, to act upon the governments, impressing them with the superiority of the international tribunal over wars, and, therefore, the advantages and the necessity of disarmament.
60. The perspective was sad! At the beginning they would be very altered, I have no doubt; but with the passage of time, the letters of my name will fade away, the defining features of my person would be evoked by the diffuse help of the memory, and my silhouette would no longer resound in the crowded streets of life, and this way blurred in the cloak of forgetfulness, I would get lost forever in the days, in the months and in the years, up to being only a memory named in afternoon conversations with the accompaniment of a cup of coffee with French pastry.
61. And to preach this Christian truth and to support it by Christian example we set up among them prisons, guillotines, gallows, preparations for murder; we diffuse among the common herd idolatrous superstitions to stupefy them; we sell them spirits, tobacco, and opium to brutalize them; we even organize legalized prostitution; we give land to those who do not need it; we make a display of senseless luxury in the midst of suffering poverty; we destroy the possibility of anything like a Christian public opinion, and studiously try to suppress what Christian public opinion is existing.
62. Suppose the constitution had been silent as to an individual department of this Government, could you, under the power to lay and collect taxes, establish a judiciary? I presume not; but if you could derive the power by mere implication, could you vest it with any other authority than to enforce the collection of the revenue? A bank is made for the ostensible purpose of aiding in the collection of the revenue, and while it is engaged in this, the most inferior and subordinate of all its functions, it is made to diffuse itself through society, and to influence all the great operations of credit, circulation, and commerce.
63. He then felt her smock, and although it was of sackcloth it appeared to him to be of the finest and softest silk: on her wrists she wore some glass beads, but to him they had the sheen of precious Orient pearls: her hair, which in some measure resembled a horse's mane, he rated as threads of the brightest gold of Araby, whose refulgence dimmed the sun himself: her breath, which no doubt smelt of yesterday's stale salad, seemed to him to diffuse a sweet aromatic fragrance from her mouth; and, in short, he drew her portrait in his imagination with the same features and in the same style as that which he had seen in his books of the other princesses who, smitten by love, came with all the adornments that are here set down, to see the sorely wounded knight; and so great was the poor gentleman's blindness that neither touch, nor smell, nor anything else about the good lass that would have made any but a carrier vomit, were enough to undeceive him; on the contrary, he was persuaded he had the goddess of beauty in his arms, and holding her firmly in his grasp he went on to say in low, tender voice:.
64. Do you think matter has cohered together from its diffuse float, and the soil is on the surface, and water runs and vegetation sprouts,.
1. Was held by common sympathy, diffusing.
2. And the foul and fetid smells were diffusing the whole room.
3. Smaller pieces simply evaporated and joined the solar winds, diffusing into the vacuum.
4. Evil and good can’t mix, wars never mix with peace and criminality forbids diffusing into opposites.
5. The inspector’s assistant was young, with dyed moustaches, and diffusing the smell of eau-de-cologne.
6. Something about the debate, just getting it out in the open, I guess, was diffusing the tension in the car.
7. It can be taken to express either the probability density or the concentration of diffusing matter at position x at time t.
8. When we passed into the drawing-room, I could feel the old calm motherly love diffusing itself from every object in the apartment.
9. Stalactites and stalagmites had joined to form pillars of sparkling rock like horses legs, diffusing the light and making the cavern glow.
10. John explains that this diffusing is apprehended without ‘refraction’, that is to say, by direct intuition, without any intervening distortion.
11. Personally, took up Lynch, diffusing his clumsiness with a laugh, I myself suspect we'd be doing them a service by putting them out of their mystery.
12. Popping unbidden into his mind: an archive film of the hapless hero being faced with diffusing a bomb, with no time to wait for the expert to identify the correct wire to be cut.
13. If the aim was the progress of civilization, it is easy to see that there are other ways of diffusing civilization more expedient than by the destruction of wealth and of human lives.
14. And the earthen light was burning, and the incense sticks were smoking out with its fragrance, diffusing the whole surrounding, like on behalf of Raj, it welcomed Raj’s friends and teachers.
15. A little old man in civilian dress, arranging his gray curls before another mirror, and diffusing an odor of scent, stumbled against them on the stairs, and stood aside, evidently admiring Kitty, whom he did not know.
16. His reading and the pictures had told him what they were, but he had no idea of how they could be made to produce the wondrous sunlight that some of his pictures had portrayed them as diffusing upon all surrounding objects.
17. A spring, which many long years before had induced the natives to select the place for their temporary fortification, was soon cleared of leaves, and a fountain of crystal gushed from the bed, diffusing its waters over the verdant hillock.
18. And this is just what the professional schools do teach; and such instruction not only does not assist the spread of true art, but, on the contrary, by diffusing counterfeits of art, does more than anything else to deprive people of the capacity to understand true art.
19. A bunch of violets, whose value represented a half month’s rent of her tiny studio, was diffusing fragrance through it, and a basket of fruit, which would last a month, was on the table; but the necessaries were represented by a pot of tea, a package of biscuits and a small pat of butter.
20. The more men are freed from privation; the more telegraphs, telephones, books, papers, and journals there are; the more means there will be of diffusing inconsistent lies and hypocrisies, and the more disunited and consequently miserable will men become, which indeed is what we see actually taking place.
21. The fundamental idea of the congress is the necessity (1) of diffusing among all people by all means the conviction of the disadvantages of war and the great blessing of peace, and (2) of rousing governments to the sense of the superiority of international arbitration over war and of the consequent advisability and necessity of disarmament.
22. As soon as Nicholas entered in his hussar uniform, diffusing around him a fragrance of perfume and wine, and had uttered the words ‘better late than never’ and heard them repeated several times by others, people clustered around him; all eyes turned on him, and he felt at once that he had entered into his proper position in the province- that of a universal favorite: a very pleasant position, and intoxicatingly so after his long privations.
23. As soon as Nicholas entered in his hussar uniform, diffusing around him a fragrance of perfume and wine, and had uttered the words better late than never and heard them repeated several times by others, people clustered around him; all eyes turned on him, and he felt at once that he had entered into his proper position in the province—that of a universal favorite: a very pleasant position, and intoxicatingly so after his long privations.
24. Shall a very few individuals, who present themselves in a questionable shape, be debarred from contracting a second marriage, or shall the foundations of society be loosened for their special accommodation? Shall the heaviest public injury be encountered for the convenience of those, who, for the most part, have shown how little reliance is to be placed upon their virtue or discretion? Shall incentives to nuptial infidelity be presented to the great body of society for the personal gratification of a few unfortunate members, diffusing dissatisfaction and discontent, where, but for the deceitful hope of divorce, they had never been known?
25. Whilst it is universally admitted that a well-instructed people alone can be permanently a free people, and while it is evident that the means of diffusing and improving useful knowledge form so small a proportion of the expenditures for national purposes, I cannot presume it to be unseasonable to invite your attention to the advantages of superadding to the means of education, provided by the several States, a seminary of learning, instituted by the National Legislature, within the limits of their exclusive jurisdiction, the expense of which might be defrayed or reimbursed out of the vacant grounds which have accrued to the nation within those limits.
26. As it was not then very material to keep much measures with a mere natural, I made presently free with him, though at my first motion of meddling, his surprise and confusion made him receive my advances but awkwardly: nay, insomuch that he bashfully shied, and shied back a little; till encouraging him with my eyes, plucking him playfully by the hair, sleeking his cheeks, and forwarding my point by a number of little wantonnesses, I soon turned him familiar, and gave nature her sweetest alarm: so that aroused, and beginning to feel himself, we could, amidst all the innocent laugh and grin I had provoked him into, perceive the fire lighting in his eyes, and, diffusing over his cheeks, blend its glow with that of his blushes.
27. The External Life of Christian Peoples Remains Pagan Though they are Penetrated by Christian Consciousness—The Way Out of this Contradiction is by the Acceptance of the Christian Theory of Life—Only Through Christianity is Every Man Free, and Emancipated of All Human Authority—This Emancipation can be Effected by no Change in External Conditions of Life, but Only by a Change in the Conception of Life—The Christian Ideal of Life Requires Renunciation of all Violence, and in Emancipating the Man who Accepts it, Emancipates the Whole World from All External Authorities—The Way Out of the Present Apparently Hopeless Position is for Every Man who is Capable of Assimilating the Christian Conception of Life, to Accept it and Live in Accordance with it—But Men Consider this Way too Slow, and Look for Deliverance Through Changes in Material Conditions of Life Aided by Government—That Will Lead to No Improvement, as it is simply Increasing the Evil under which Men are Suffering—A Striking Instance of this is the Submission to Compulsory Military Service, which it would be More Advantageous for Every Man to Refuse than to Submit to—The Emancipation of Men Can Only be Brought About by each Individual Emancipating Himself, and the Examples of this Self-emancipation which are already Appearing Threaten the Destruction of Governmental Authority—Refusal to Comply with the Unchristian Demands of Government Undermines the Authority of the State and Emancipates Men—And therefore Cases of such Non-compliance are Regarded with more Dread by State Authorities than any Conspiracies or Acts of Violence—Examples of Non-compliance in Russia, in Regard to Oath of Allegiance, Payment of Taxes, Passports, Police Duties, and Military Service—Examples of such Non-compliance in other States—Governments do not Know how to Treat Men who Refuse to Comply with their Demands on Christian Grounds—Such People, without Striking a Blow, Undermine the very Basis of Government from Within—To Punish them is Equivalent to Openly Renouncing Christianity, and Assisting in Diffusing the Very Principle by which these Men Justify their Non-compliance—So Governments are in a Helpless Position—Men who Maintain the Uselessness of Personal Independence, only Retard the Dissolution of the Present State Organization Based on Force.
1. If there had only been diffused.
2. Tension diffused from her muscles and.
3. He withdrew from the room and the tension diffused.
4. These were quickly diffused, as they waited for news.
5. And she installed diffused booby traps to trap the Dragons.
6. Slowly the dawn grew to a pale light, diffused and shadowless.
7. In the veins of the latter, talc is diffused in all directions.
8. Only such art will be chosen, tolerated, approved, and diffused.
9. The front companionway door opened and diffused lighting came on.
10. Except the Bible, in fact, no book has been so widely diffused as.
11. Her doing that had touched him deeply and diffused a lot of his anger.
12. Although he had diffused the wonderment of the situation by suggesting.
13. In astral life there is a diffused luminosity, not obviously coming from any.
14. His whole body shimmered as the edges of his form diffused into his yellow light.
15. I tried to hang on, but some mysterious force diffused in the air pushed me away.
16. Denisov smiled, took out of his sabretache a handkerchief that diffused a smell of.
17. I tried to hang on, but some mysterious force, diffused in the air, pushed me away.
18. Yet it is isolated in confinement, Diffused upon release and again returns to the bottle—.
19. And the infectious poison of that sin had been thus rapidly diffused throughout his moral system.
20. Chromate of iron was sparingly diffused through the different minerals raised from various depths.
21. Smoke is diffused by the tree canopy and may not be seen, especially if there is mist about as well.
22. The cheeks are a slide from the brows into the valley of the face, opposed and diffused by the cheek bones.
23. If the object have a shiny surface these lights are clear and distinct; if a dull surface, soft and diffused.
24. The perceived conflict between the United States and Russia was diffused by mutual tolerance and understanding.
25. Across the rooftops the sun had started to slide, its orange glow diffused by the lead-grey air of the City evening.
26. The outer mist penetrated thither and diffused itself like a whitish sheet of wadding vaguely spread by invisible fingers.
27. The moment the sunlight, even though diffused, strikes this powder it explodes with a violence which nothing can withstand.
28. Denísov smiled, took out of his sabretache a handkerchief that diffused a smell of perfume, and put it to Nesvítski’s nose.
29. Anon the captain glanced at the pale, set face of the pilot, on which the diffused light from the binnacle lantern feebly shone.
30. But a diffused worry and guilt was forever hovering in my thoughts keeping alive a miniscule, implausible hope that one day I.
31. The presence of Safie diffused happiness among its inhabitants, and I also found that a greater degree of plenty reigned there.
32. The road was visible, being graveled and appearing white in the diffused moonlight, which was the major source of illumination now.
33. And therefore the activity of art is a most important one, as important as the activity of speech itself, and as generally diffused.
34. Poking his head into the opening, Thesa could just make out a diffused radiance at the other end of a short, narrow crack in the rock.
35. The credit of Grandet of Saumur, the hopes he diffused by means of des Grassins in the minds of all concerned, facilitated the transactions.
36. Meanwhile a sensation of warmth, extremely agreeable after three hours of travelling in the damp, was suddenly diffused throughout his person.
37. My beauty of puberty diffused its aura in the sex market and invited all the hungry beasts towards me for their dying appetites of sex and lust.
38. It was more diffused and his head was less noisy with the demands and concerns of the others, but it was still leaving a bad taste in his mouth.
39. I suddenly see figures of light or, even better, figures of people framed by a diffused light of delicate colors, probably what are called auras.
40. Instead, neuro-chemical endorphins are released and the e-motional energy is diffused so the neuro-pathway will not activate in the same way again.
41. The United Nations conducted all international affairs and all aggression between states was diffused in the meeting rooms instead of the battlefields.
42. When a great interest is equally diffused over the whole mass, it may be neglected or oppressed or even abandoned, with less hazard of internal dissension.
43. It seemed hardly possible that by such comparatively small mouthfuls he could keep up the vitality diffused through so broad, baronial, and superb a person.
44. This difference has always existed and has become more and more defined as the Christian religion has been more widely diffused and more correctly understood.
45. The stiffness of the meeting soon gave way before their popular manners and more diffused intimacies: little groups were formed, and everybody grew comfortable.
46. As the air inside evacuated the hollowed out asteroid, the nebula gasses were blown away, diffused to where they could see the Losira agent getting ready to strike.
47. The general delusion is diffused among all people by means of the catechisms or books, which nowadays replace them, in use for the compulsory education of children.
48. It was dark, damp and warm out of doors, and that white spring mist which drives away the last snow, or is diffused by the thawing of the last snow, filled the air.
49. Though under the sun, they are using energy, a blue light from another star by diverting its radiations towards their colony using huge diffused multi panel reflectors.
50. The lake of the chesnut is indeed a blue, and not to be distinguished by the eye from indigo; but when diffused on paper, this same substance becomes an intense shining black.
51. We have distinct evidence on this head, in the plants which are dominant, that is, which are commonest and most widely diffused, producing the greatest number of new varieties.
52. We have evidence of this, in the facts stated in the second chapter, showing that it is the common and diffused or dominant species which offer the greatest number of recorded varieties.
53. This collar was placed over the dome of the balloon, and the hanging thongs were gathered together below, so that the pressure of any weight would be diffused over a considerable surface.
54. In the midst of his explanation shouts were heard from the army, growing more incoherent and more diffused, mingling with music and songs and coming from the field where the review was held.
55. They conceive of the all-pervading Presence as if there were no real sympathetic feeling in it not more than there is in the force of attraction, or in the diffused electricity of the globe.
56. These two species (A and I), were also supposed to be very common and widely diffused species, so that they must originally have had some advantage over most of the other species of the genus.
57. But public opinion to arise and be diffused does not need hundreds and thousands of years, and has the property of acting infectiously upon people and with great rapidity embracing large numbers of men.
58. Although different speculative or abstract political opinions were then entertained, yet the spirit and passion of party had not diffused itself so generally through the nation as at a subsequent period.
59. The more widely true Christianity was diffused and the more it penetrated men's conscience, the more impossible it was for Christians to be rulers, and the easier it became for non-Christians to rule them.
60. In this enchanted mood, thy spirit ebbs away to whence it came; becomes diffused through time and space; like Crammer's sprinkled Pantheistic ashes, forming at last a part of every shore the round globe over.
61. It will be as diffused and intangible as the pretended constitution of England; and it must be sought for in the statute book, in the fugitive journals of Congress, and in reports of the Secretary of the Treasury.
62. Hereupon, Pearl broke away from her mother, and, running to the brook, stooped over it, and bathed her forehead, until the unwelcome kiss was quite washed off, and diffused through a long lapse of the gliding water.
63. When the truth has become sufficiently widely diffused, men at a lower stage of development accept it all at once simply through confidence in those who have reached it by the inner spiritual way, and are applying it to life.
64. In short, so rapidly had the savage sounds diffused themselves over the barren rock, that it was not difficult for the anxious listeners to imagine they could be heard beneath, as in truth they were above on every side of them.
65. Only by the suppression of violence will a Christian public opinion cease to be corrupted, and be enabled to be diffused without hindrance, and men will then turn their efforts in the spiritual direction by which alone they can advance.
66. There were occasional streaks of oranges and reds and blues, but green diffused through the ocean lighting it all up at first, and then it began to fade and brighten at different places like lightening illuminating different parts of a cloud.
67. One day, when the sun shone on the red leaves that strewed the ground and diffused cheerfulness, although it denied warmth, Safie, Agatha, and Felix departed on a long country walk, and the old man, at his own desire, was left alone in the cottage.
68. Henrietta explained what was going on to her friends, as this took place, and told them the bomb squad was carting the explosive device to a more secure location, where it could be detonated safely, for even though it had been diffused, it still needed to be dismantled.
69. In the second and fourth chapters, on Variation and on Natural Selection, I have attempted to show that within each country it is the widely ranging, the much diffused and common, that is the dominant species, belonging to the larger genera in each class, which vary most.
70. We have seen that it is the common, the widely diffused, and widely ranging species, belonging to the larger genera within each class, which vary most; and these tend to transmit to their modified offspring that superiority which now makes them dominant in their own countries.
71. To sum up the matter, it grew to be a widely diffused opinion, that the Reverend Arthur Dimmesdale, like many other personages of especial sanctity, in all ages of the Christian world, was haunted either by Satan himself, or Satan's emissary, in the guise of old Roger Chillingworth.
72. In a word, we must found a form of government holding universal sway, which should be diffused over the whole world without destroying the bonds of citizenship, and beside which all other governments can continue in impedes the great aim of our order, which is to obtain for virtue the victory over vice.
73. It is felt that distinctness and energy may have weight in recommending the most solid truths; and besides, there is more general observation and taste, a more critical knowledge diffused than formerly; in every congregation there is a larger proportion who know a little of the matter, and who can judge and criticise.
74. Art of the future, that is to say, such part of art as will be chosen from among all the art diffused among mankind, will consist, not in transmitting feelings accessible only to members of the rich classes, as is the case to-day, but in transmitting such feelings as embody the highest religious perception of our times.
75. And if so, my friend, I said, there is no special faculty of administration in a state which a woman has because she is a woman, or which a man has by virtue of his sex, but the gifts of nature are alike diffused in both; all the pursuits of men are the pursuits of women also, but in all of them a woman is inferior to a man.
76. She was so intensely conscious of having a cousin who was a baronet's son staying in the house, that she imagined the knowledge of what was implied by his presence to be diffused through all other minds; and when she introduced Captain Lydgate to her guests, she had a placid sense that his rank penetrated them as if it had been an odor.
77. Giddy and intoxicated as I was with such satiating draughts ofpleasure, I still lay on the couch, supinely stretched out, in a delicious languor diffused over all my limbs, hugging myself for being thus revenged to my heart's content, and that in a manner so precisely alike, and on the identical spot in which I had received the supposed injury.
78. In like manner twelve doors Uriel showed me open in the circumference of the sun's chariot in the Heaven through which the rays of the sun break out and from them is warmth diffused over the Earth when they are opened at their appointed seasons; And for the winds and the spirit of the dew when they are opened standing open in the heavens at the ends.
79. In like manner twelve doors Uriel showed me, open in the circumference of the sun's chariot in the Heaven, through which the rays of the sun break out, and from them is warmth diffused over the Earth, when they are opened at their appointed seasons; And for the winds and the spirit of the dew when they are opened, standing open in the heavens at the ends.
80. In a word, we must found a form of government holding universal sway, which should be diffused over the whole world without destroying the bonds of citizenship, and beside which all other governments can continue in their customary course and do everything except what impedes the great aim of our order, which is to obtain for virtue the victory over vice.
81. Fear was diffused all over her; she was covered with it, so to speak; fear drew her elbows close to her hips, withdrew her heels under her petticoat, made her occupy as little space as possible, allowed her only the breath that was absolutely necessary, and had become what might be called the habit of her body, admitting of no possible variation except an increase.
82. For here was met together man that could die, and God that could overcome death; sufficient to atone the offended Majesty, and procure that life might be diffused and spread itself to all that should unite with Him, whereby they might become "living stones," a spiritual temple, again capable of that Divine Presence which they had forfeited, and whereof they were forsaken.
83. They probably ascend at first in small daily detached portions of gaseous clouds, and are diffused over wide regions; but having no sensible resistance opposed to their mutual attraction, they will by the laws of their affinities congregate into immense volumes of highly concentrated elastic fluids, which on exploding will exhibit all the phenomena of bursting meteors in the following manner, viz.
84. The widely diffused means of communication and transmission of thought have achieved this result,—that when the modern man desires to found societies, assemblies, corporations, congresses, scientific, economical, or political institutions, not only can he easily dispense with the assistance of governments, but in the majority of cases governments are more of a hindrance than a help in the pursuit of such objects.
85. Ten minutes after their arrival two men carried the diffused bomb out of Kathy’s house, in a specially constructed cement bucket with two long handlebars extending out from it, which the Bomb Squad Specialists used to carry the incendiary device out to a specially made cement-looking funnel thing, which was attached to the back of the bomb truck…several feet away from the vehicle on a little trailer of it’s own.
86. The powers of action and feeling are necessarily weaker and more balanced when they are diffused through a community; whence arises the often discussed question, 'Can a nation, like an individual, have a conscience?' We hesitate to say that the characters of nations are nothing more than the sum of the characters of the individuals who compose them; because there may be tendencies in individuals which react upon one another.
87. Noirtier's hair was long and white, and flowed over his shoulders; while in his eyes, shaded by thick black lashes, was concentrated, as it often happens with an organ which is used to the exclusion of the others, all the activity, address, force, and intelligence which were formerly diffused over his whole body; and so although the movement of the arm, the sound of the voice, and the agility of the body, were wanting, the speaking eye sufficed for all.
88. And the appraisement of art in general will devolve, not, as is now the case, on a separate class of rich people, but on the whole people; so that for a work to be esteemed good, and to be approved of and diffused, it will have to satisfy the demands, not of a few people living in identical and often unnatural conditions, but it will have to satisfy the demands of all those great masses of people who are situated in the natural conditions of laborious life.
89. The very anticipations of delight to be enjoyed in his forthcoming visits—the bright, pure gleam of heavenly happiness it diffused over the almost deadly warfare in which he had voluntarily engaged, illumined his whole countenance with a look of ineffable joy and calmness, as, immediately after Villefort's departure, his thoughts flew back to the cheering prospect before him, of tasting, at least, a brief respite from the fierce and stormy passions of his mind.
90. For every true artist, even now, learns his technique, chiefly, not in the schools, but in life, from the examples of the great masters; then—when the producers of art will be the best artists of the whole nation, and there will be more such examples, and they will be more accessible—such part of the school training as the future artist will lose will be a hundredfold compensated for by the training he will receive from the numerous examples of good art diffused in society.
91. Baltimore, by the industry and commercial enterprise of her citizens, has grown out of the sea into a great commercial city, has diffused the benefits of commerce into every section of the State, by making a great demand for the products of our soil and industry, and a consequent increase of price, whereby every foot of land in Maryland is made more valuable, and whereby the interest of every part of the State is identified with theirs; for this she is justly entitled to our respect.
92. Then his touches were so exquisitely wanton, so luxuriously diffused and penetrative at times, that he had made me perfectly rage with titillating fires, when, after all, and much ado, he had gained a short-lived erection, he would perhaps melt it away in a washy sweat, or a premature abortive effusion, that provokingly mocked my eager desires: or, if carried home, how faultered and unnervous the execution! how insufficient the sprinkle of a few heat-drops to extinguish all the flames he had kindled!.
93. I was able practically to show this fact, by covering the edges of the hexagonal walls of a single cell, or the extreme margin of the circumferential rim of a growing comb, with an extremely thin layer of melted vermilion wax; and I invariably found that the colour was most delicately diffused by the bees—as delicately as a painter could have done it with his brush—by atoms of the coloured wax having been taken from the spot on which it had been placed, and worked into the growing edges of the cells all round.
94. And this being-outside in relation to the hero enables the author (I) to collect and concentrate all of the hero, who, from within himself, is diffused and dispersed in the projected world of cognition and in the open event of ethical action; (2) to collect the hero and his life and to complete him to the point where he forms a whole by supplying all those moments which are inaccessible to the hero himself from within himself (such as a full outward image, an exterior, a background behind his back, his relation to the event of death and the absolute future, etc.
95. In those days, so different from those in which we live, when the hour was come, when the people wished to put an end to a situation, which had lasted too long, with a charter granted or with a legal country, when universal wrath was diffused in the atmosphere, when the city consented to the tearing up of the pavements, when insurrection made the bourgeoisie smile by whispering its password in its ear, then the inhabitant, thoroughly penetrated with the revolt, so to speak, was the auxiliary of the combatant, and the house fraternized with the improvised fortress which rested on it.
96. The oval face was lengthened, his smiling mouth had assumed the firm and marked lines which betoken resolution; his eyebrows were arched beneath a brow furrowed with thought; his eyes were full of melancholy, and from their depths occasionally sparkled gloomy fires of misanthropy and hatred; his complexion, so long kept from the sun, had now that pale color which produces, when the features are encircled with black hair, the aristocratic beauty of the man of the north; the profound learning he had acquired had besides diffused over his features a refined intellectual expression; and he had also acquired, being naturally of a goodly stature, that vigor which a frame possesses which has so long concentrated all its force within itself.
97. Jean range on the other; and this heat, moreover, which, on account of the aqueous vapours given off by the river and the considerable number of cattle in the fields, which, as you know, exhale much ammonia, that is to say, nitrogen, hydrogen and oxygen (no, nitrogen and hydrogen alone), and which sucking up into itself the humus from the ground, mixing together all those different emanations, unites them into a stack, so to say, and combining with the electricity diffused through the atmosphere, when there is any, might in the long run, as in tropical countries, engender insalubrious miasmata—this heat, I say, finds itself perfectly tempered on the side whence it comes, or rather whence it should come—that is to say, the southern side—by the south-eastern winds, which, having cooled themselves passing over the Seine, reach us sometimes all at once like breezes from Russia.
98. For when the lightning lightens the thunder utters its voice and the spirit enforces a pause during the peal and divides equally between them; for the treasury of their peals is like the sand and each one of them as it peals is held in with a bridle and turned back by the power of the spirit and pushed forward according to the many quarters of the Earth; And the spirit of the sea is masculine and strong and according to the might of his strength he draws it back with a rein and in like manner it is driven forward and disperses amid all the mountains of the Earth; And the spirit of the hoar-frost is his own angel and the spirit of the hail is a good angel; And the spirit of the snow has forsaken his chambers on account of his strength -There is a special spirit in it and that which ascends from it is like smoke and its name is frost; And the spirit of the mist is not united with them in their chambers but it has a special chamber; for its course is glorious both in light and in darkness and in winter and in summer and in its chamber is an angel; And the spirit of the dew has its dwelling at the ends of the Heaven and is connected with the chambers of the rain and its course is in winter and summer and its clouds and the clouds of the mist are connected and the one gives to the other; And when the spirit of the rain goes out from its chamber the angels come and open the chamber and lead it out and when it is diffused over the whole Earth it unites with the water on the Earth; And whenever it unites with the water on the Earth; For the waters are for those who dwell on the Earth; for they are nourishment for the Earth from the Most High who is in Heaven; therefore there is a measure for the rain and the angels take it in charge; And these things I saw towards the Garden of the Righteous; And the angel of peace who was with me said to me: 'These two monsters prepared conformably to the greatness of God shall feed.
99. For when the lightning lightens, the thunder utters its voice, and the spirit enforces a pause during the peal, and divides equally between them; for the treasury of their peals is like the sand, and each one of them as it peals is held in with a bridle, and turned back by the power of the spirit, and pushed forward according to the many quarters of the Earth; And the spirit of the sea is masculine and strong, and according to the might of his strength he draws it back with a rein, and in like manner it is driven forward and disperses amid all the mountains of the Earth; And the spirit of the hoar-frost is his own angel, and the spirit of the hail is a good angel; And the spirit of the snow has forsaken his chambers on account of his strength -There is a special spirit in it, and that which ascends from it is like smoke, and its name is frost; And the spirit of the mist is not united with them in their chambers, but it has a special chamber; for its course is glorious both in light and in darkness, and in winter and in summer, and in its chamber is an angel; And the spirit of the dew has its dwelling at the ends of the Heaven, and is connected with the chambers of the rain, and its course is in winter and summer, and its clouds and the clouds of the mist are connected, and the one gives to the other; And when the spirit of the rain goes out from its chamber, the angels come and open the chamber and lead it out, and when it is diffused over the whole Earth it unites with the water on the Earth; And whenever it unites with the water on the Earth; For the waters are for those who dwell on the Earth; for they are nourishment for the Earth from the Most High who is in Heaven; therefore there is a measure for the rain, and the angels take it in charge; And these things I saw towards the Garden of the Righteous; And the angel of peace who was with me said to me: 'These two monsters, prepared conformably to the greatness of God, shall feed.
100. Christianity is Not a System of Rules, but a New Conception of Life, and therefore it was Not Obligatory and was Not Accepted in its True Significance by All, but only by a Few—Christianity is, Moreover, Prophetic of the Destruction of the Pagan Life, and therefore of Necessity of the Acceptance of the Christian Doctrines—Non-resistance of Evil by Force is One Aspect of the Christian Doctrine, which must Inevitably in Our Times be Accepted by Men—Two Methods of Deciding Every Quarrel—First Method is to Find a Universal Definition of Evil, which All Must Accept, and to Resist this Evil by Force—Second Method is the Christian One of Complete Non-resistance by Force—Though the Failure of the First Method was Recognized since the Early Days of Christianity, it was Still Proposed, and only as Mankind has Progressed it has Become More and More Evident that there Cannot be any Universal Definition of Evil—This is Recognized by All at the Present Day, and if Force is Still Used to Resist Evil, it is Not Because it is Now Regarded as Right, but Because People Don't Know How to Avoid It—The Difficulty of Avoiding It is the Result of the Subtle and Complex Character of the Government Use of Force—Force is Used in Four Ways: Intimidation, Bribery, Hypnotism, and Coercion by Force of Arms—State Violence Can Never be Suppressed by the Forcible Overthrow of the Government—Men are Led by the Sufferings of the Pagan Mode of Life to the Necessity of Accepting Christ's Teaching with its Doctrine of Non-resistance by Force—The Consciousness of its Truth which is Diffused Throughout Our Society, Will also Bring About its Acceptance—This Consciousness is in Complete Contradiction with Our Life—This is Specially Obvious in Compulsory Military Service, but Through Habit and the Application of the Four Methods of Violence by the State, Men do not See this Inconsistency of Christianity with Life of a Soldier—They do Not even See It, though the Authorities Themselves Show all the Immorality of a Soldier's Duties with Perfect Clearness—The Call to Military Service is the Supreme Test for Every Man, when the Choice is Offered Him, between Adopting the Christian Doctrine of Non-resistance, or Slavishly Submitting to the Existing State Organization—Men Usually Renounce All They Hold Sacred, and Submit to the Demands of Government, Seeming to See No Other Course Open to Them—For Men of the Pagan Conception of Life there is No Other Course Open, and Never Will Be, in Spite of the Growing Horrors of War—Society, Made Up of Such Men, Must Perish, and No Social Reorganization Can Save It—Pagan Life Has Reached Its Extreme Limit, and Will Annihilate Itself.
1. God’s light diffuses beauty and purity.
2. It’s a wild and fictional concept, yet one that seriously diffuses fear.
3. When elevated levels of homocysteine occur in body cells, it diffuses out of the cells to enter the bloodstream.
4. Dire austerity is a patented trigger to bring about social chaos scenarios, which diffuses compassion and replaces it with self-survival.
5. It diffuses its benign influence, discoverable in the splendid and delightful improvements, which rejoice the eye of the traveller, throughout the country.
6. Half of the culture is already less self-responsible just on one issue I have addressed! Women’s decreased self-responsibility obliquely diffuses self-responsibility in men as well.
7. It was of no avail that the pavements of Paris were there on every side, the classic and splendid hotels of the Rue de Varennes a couple of paces away, the dome of the Invalides close at hand, the Chamber of Deputies not far off; the carriages of the Rue de Bourgogne and of the Rue SaintDominique rumbled luxuriously, in vain, in the vicinity, in vain did the yellow, brown, white, and red omnibuses cross each other's course at the neighboring cross-roads; the Rue Plumet was the desert; and the death of the former proprietors, the revolution which had passed over it, the crumbling away of ancient fortunes, absence, forgetfulness, forty years of abandonment and widowhood, had sufficed to restore to this privileged spot ferns, mulleins, hemlock, yarrow, tall weeds, great crimped plants, with large leaves of pale green cloth, lizards, beetles, uneasy and rapid insects; to cause to spring forth from the depths of the earth and to reappear between those four walls a certain indescribable and savage grandeur; and for nature, which disconcerts the petty arrangements of man, and which sheds herself always thoroughly where she diffuses herself at all, in the ant as well as in the eagle, to blossom out in a petty little Parisian garden with as much rude force and majesty as in a virgin forest of the New World.

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