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1. Death itself would elude him now.
2. Neither years nor distance can mind elude.
3. It is better that you do not elude them.
4. They’ll seek death, but it will elude them.
5. But his instinct told him to elude the men, to remain unseen.
6. The meaning of this sequence of memories continued to elude me.
7. Item for item it will elude the hands of the corpse-cleaners and.
8. Son continued to elude attacks, countering them and using the weapons.
9. What puzzled Roger was a question that seemed to elude a reasonable answer.
10. Hopkins wanted to check on the rate of ostracism, but that would elude him.
11. I stopped at one or two stands of coaches to elude pursuit, and then drove.
12. Some astrophysicists have suggested that the missing galaxies elude observa-.
13. I had dared and baffled his fury; I must elude his sorrow: I retired to the door.
14. Interest, ever alert, will avail itself of our extensive coast and elude the law.
15. Even if he managed to elude the killers, he still had to deal with his addiction.
16. You, Tobias—or should I call you Four?—managed to elude me, she says quietly.
17. In such instances, perhaps what we successfully elude is then reflected in the state of.
18. If she ducked into a building and slipped out the back door, maybe she could elude them.
19. Well as I told you, he follows you to catch up with me since I always elude his spies.
20. The Islamist Holy War, whatever was wished—continued to elude most Americans for.
21. The passage had to be close, and if she could get there, she would be able to elude her enemy.
22. She dropped to her knees in despair, hoping there was someway they could elude the patrollers.
23. She whom the old woman would have saved turned like a hunted thing, as to elude her benefactress.
24. Just as God helped Joseph and me elude Herod with Jesus thirty years before, so too, did Jesus escape.
25. In some cases, no doubt, the concealment will elude detection and give rise to an incorrect conclusion.
26. They decided that this particular mystery of life would have to elude them for the near future at least.
27. How does it continue to elude you, Themistokles? I have little patience for this and Guardon none at all.
28. Here, he knew, he might elude his hunters, but for that hellish bird that squalled incessantly above him.
29. The enemy’s fleet, which subsequently did not let a single boat pass, allows his entire army to elude it.
30. I pride myself that James Bond couldn’t follow me if I knew that was his intent and I wanted to elude him.
31. Don, in an attempt to elude her, reached for the door as Cecily regained her composure and stepped in his way.
32. Jesus sought to elude his critics and the crowd which followed him that he might be alone with his apostles this day.
33. Who could be so unnoticeable as to elude their watchful eyes when they entered the room after breaking down the door?
34. So long as it is sought for under the hypothesis of Christ's simple humanity, it must elude discovery, or compel disbelief.
35. It doesn’t elude me that my readers might feel impatient with such a vague explanation of the way Dolores and I fell in love.
36. At any rate, I kind of feel lost in a story where I’m pretty sure I should know the plot but your silence causes it to elude me.
37. I am feeling shattered now from both struggling with the terrain and the stress of pursuit, a fact which does not elude my fellows.
38. That delightful small island satisfies well the human desire to elude the problems of civilization in search of a simpler way of living.
39. Several times during the day both Jude and Ruth endeavored to elude the vigilance of the Pharisees in their efforts to send word to Jesus, but it was of no avail.
40. Of yourself you could come with soft flight and nestle against my heart, if you would: seized against your will, you will elude the grasp like an essence—you will.
41. Why should we assume everything as we imagine it, as we make up our minds to imagine it? A thousand things may happen in reality which elude the subtlest imagination.
42. In fact, the pursuing vessel had almost overtaken them when, fortunately, night came on, and enabled them to double the Cape of Corsica, and so elude all further pursuit.
43. But the enemy who, by any lucky concurrence of accidents, has found means to elude the vigilance of the scouts, will seldom meet with sentinels nearer home to sound the alarm.
44. There had even been a time when he’d doubled back, crisscrossing his own trail before scampering up the stream to elude the strange visitors who’d invaded his beloved forest.
45. I thought it was a safe guess that John wouldn’t head back towards the Valley Lands, which is why I headed that way, suspecting that would be John’s way of trying to elude me.
46. Was it a language? Did the markings mean anything? He seemed to radiate light as he stood before the room, the world, with an air of self-assurance that would elude the most confident of men.
47. Besides, many times in the history of the river the yellow plague flag had been flown in order to evade taxes, or to avoid picking up an undesirable passenger, or to elude inopportune inspections.
48. He desperately wished to find and succor Natala, who he was sure needed aid badly; but harried as he was by all the warriors in Xuthal, he could only run on, trusting to luck to elude them and find her.
49. Depression and anxiety often elude us when we are experiencing the highs in life, but when the trials come, such as the death, unemployment and sickness; sometimes it is not as easy to see who we are in Christ.
50. That would not have been the first port of call of the liner were it not for the captain’s decision to change the itinerary to elude a storm that was following them during the whole trip but never caught up with them.
51. Spikes 3 to 5 inches long, the peduncles clothed with a very delicate acute pointed sheath, which embraces it so closely as almost to elude observation, varying much in length, but seldom extending to the base of the spike.
52. Still, no matter how hard she tried, she could not elude the presence of her dead husband: wherever she went, wherever she turned, no matter what she was doing, she would come across something of his that would remind her of him.
53. Of the rushing couples there could barely be discerned more than the high lights—the indistinctness shaping them to satyrs clasping nymphs—a multiplicity of Pans whirling a multiplicity of Syrinxes; Lotis attempting to elude Priapus, and always failing.
54. But he ignored his duty as guardian: he said nothing to América Vicuña’s parents, restrained by a sense of guilt that he tried to elude, and he did not discuss it with her because of a well-founded fear that she would try to implicate him in her failure.
55. By twisting and turning my little machine, now rising and now falling, I managed to elude their search-lights most of the time, but I was also losing ground by these tactics, and so I decided to hazard everything on a straight-away course and leave the result to fate and the speed of my machine.
56. However, in the midst of so many tender memories, he could not elude his recollection of a helpless little bird whose name he never knew and with whom he spent no more than half a frenetic night, but that had been enough to ruin the innocent rowdiness of Carnival for him for the rest of his life.
57. After safely tucking the shell wrapped in his handkerchief in his inner pocket where it would not elude him, Feltus marked the spot where he had found the object by sticking a stubby pencil he had in his pocket into the loose soil then pulled himself to his feet, having decided to explore the meadow ahead for any further evidence.
58. Besides that, she obviously had failed to learn from the mystery novel, or she would have realized that she had been seen in the lobby last night during her venture, but in light of this he recognized that her crafty selection of elevators and pathway during her journey was perhaps intended to confuse or elude any followers and spies.
59. He pressed me indeed tenderly to satisfy his ardent curiosity, both with regard to my past and present state of life, since his being torn away from me: but I found means to elude his questions, by answers that shewing his satisfaction at no great distance, won upon him to waive his impatience, in favour of the thorough confidence he had in my not delaying it, but for respect I should in good time acquaint him with.
60. Man alone, I almost instinctively knew, as well as by what I had industriously picked up at weddings and christenings, was possessed of the only remedy that could reduce this rebellious disorder; but watched and overlooked as I was, how to come at it was the point, and that, to all appearance, an invincible one; not that I did not rack my brains and invention how at once to elude my mothers vigilance, and procure myself the satisfaction of my impetuous curiosity and longings for this mighty and untasted pleasure.
61. Chattel slavery and cheap labor an unwelcome introduction into capitalism…captured Africans stripped of all personality and humanity…a mechanism of an oppressive system of human sorrows…victims of avarice and self-appointed superiority…pregnant slaves shackled to fears, her naked breasts heavy with tears, her seed in jeopardy of annihilation in a nation that defended the enslavement of Africa’s babies because black skin made it so…no place to go but Heaven… with the connection to Africa stricken from the reach of her children… but the royalty that flows through the veins of her offspring has managed to elude the adversary’s thievery…it remains unscathed, needing only recognition of its presence…the Transatlantic and watery graves, but those that survived became chained up slaves, yet the royalty remains.
62. Chattel slavery and cheap labor an unwelcome introduction into capitalism…captured Africans stripped of all personality and humanity…a mechanism of an oppressive system of human sorrows…victims of avarice and self-appointed superiority…pregnant slaves shackled to fears, her naked breasts heavy with tears, her seed in jeopardy of annihilation in a nation that defended the enslavement of Africa’s babies because black skin made it so…no place to go but Heaven… with the connection to Africa stricken from the reach of her children… but the royalty that flows through the veins of her offspring has managed to elude the ad¬versary’s thievery…it remains unscathed, needing only recognition of its presence…the Transatlantic and watery graves, but those that survived became chained up slaves, yet the royalty remains.
1. She succeeded in eluding everyone.
2. Only, the snitch kept eluding her.
3. The words I was searching for were eluding me.
4. The officers stirred around like cattle eluding the crack of the.
5. Nathanael: I think what he's eluding to is the idea the jesus of nazareth was.
6. Well, I was really eluding to how Siddhartha sees a stone with love because it is.
7. Seeing no other alternative to eluding the ghost of death, she fused herself with.
8. O you fables spurning the known, eluding the hold of the known, mounting to heaven!.
9. It was a terrible night, and sleep kept eluding me as I thought about Toby and that girl.
10. When October 1, 1948, came, she went to the restaurant, apparently eluding her pursuers.
11. Excuse me, Madam, says he, eluding her Embrace, and feeling along the damp Stone Walls for me.
12. When they engaged, some little time was lost in eluding the quick and vigorous thrusts which had been aimed at their lives.
13. The young man willingly believed that the Huron deliberated on the most eligible manner of eluding the vigilance of his associates.
14. He saw no way of eluding Featherstone's stupid demand without incurring consequences which he liked less even than the task of fulfilling it.
15. Those dark, shifting patches, alternately catching and eluding the eye, altered their place always away from the harbour, with a suggestion of consecutive order and purpose.
16. I did the Sherlock Holmes and went through her shit finding a note scribbled on a pad of hers eluding to the fact she wanted to have a secret relationship with said named dude.
17. Casaubon had taken a cruelly effective means of hindering her: even with indignation against him in her heart, any act that seemed a triumphant eluding of his purpose revolted her.
18. His face was a mask void of emotion when he said, Please understand that I have not been sent to satisfy humanity’s insatiable curiosity or solve mysteries eluding this planet’s greatest minds.
19. After being unsuccessful in suicide, she used all this information to frame Cameron, because she had miraculously escaped death by eluding Walter and Kal and she wanted to go on living as a free person.
20. How are they to be supplied with the article of salt? Believe me, sir, the morality of no part of the United States, or of any nation on earth, will restrain persons under such circumstances from eluding the laws.
21. Before she could respond, a redheaded teenager raced into the room, completely bypassing (and eluding their attempts to grab her) the agents standing guard, and upon spotting Kathy, the girl pivoted and rushed over to her side.
22. Your only salvation lies in eluding it; but if it comes sideways through the opposing water, then partly owing to the light buoyancy of the whale boat, and the elasticity of its materials, a cracked rib or a dashed plank or two, a sort of stitch in the side, is generally the most serious result.
23. But experience has shown that, in all colonial governments, officers situated at a remote distance from the tribunal to which they are responsible, too frequently "feel power and forget right;" and, by eluding the vigilance of rigid investigation, are enabled to practise acts of oppression with impunity.
24. Rory sat in his office at The Circle going through the Drug files for the umpteenth time – something was eluding him…something was there on the edge of his mind…something?!… His thoughts were interrupted by the entrance of his secretary bringing a tray of tea and sandwiches for his lunch, which she deposited on his desk and left the office closing the door softly behind her.
25. France met the offer by the famous letter of Cadore, of the 5th of August; in which, with more than conjurer's skill, this disciple of the Jesuits brought together and united both present and future; he revoked and did not revoke; he gave up the decrees and yet retained their operation or effects; he made the revocation both absolute and conditional; absolute for obtaining the President's proclamation, conditional for the purpose of eluding performance; absolute for drawing our property within his clutches, conditional for retaining it, to fill his coffers and fatten his minions; in fine, sir, the letter was one thing, or another thing, or nothing at all, as artifice might suggest or future events render necessary.
26. O you fables spurning the known, eluding the hold of the known,.
1. But the process eluded them.
2. We have eluded their pursuit.
3. Those who have just eluded us.
4. It seemed like she’d eluded Gary.
5. Something about the pucker eluded me.
6. Oceans, however, eluded tiny Archimedes.
7. It eluded her that the world was warming.
8. Sleep eluded him, because of the girl in.
9. She tossed and turned, as sleep eluded her.
10. They had chased him, but he had eluded them.
11. The answer still eluded me, or so I thought.
12. He has shown me that goal which always eluded me.
13. She was full, warm, comfortable, but sleep eluded her.
14. The heavens still beckoned but that Essence eluded him.
15. It was the Queen I recognized, but how I knew eluded me.
16. But David eluded the spear, shocked and stricken with fear.
17. Tires squealed as they eluded the media circus just in time.
18. But to what work? Now, as though to spite him, it eluded him.
19. He appears to have eluded you as well, said Brannan to.
20. The physics of it's collapse eluded me but there was no time.
21. Yes, that Holy Grail which has eluded wise men throughout the.
22. Success had eluded me for years, yet with a little training and.
23. We fought a number of encounters, but our quarry still eluded us.
24. In stealth mode they themselves seemed to have eluded detection.
25. She eluded him when she left the room, and he thought he was good.
26. The visions that had so easily appeared the day before eluded him.
27. The peace that had eluded her for all her life, was now upon her.
28. Sleep eluded her for hours as she tossed back and forth in the bed.
29. Fame and fortune thus eluded me on many occasions, and the resultant.
30. She crisscrossed side roads until she felt she had eluded any pursuit.
31. But how had it come to this? There was a reason that just eluded my grasp.
32. The warden was so bound up in his hate that the event, at first, eluded him.
33. The thought eluded me but ten minutes later I found myself trying to shove.
34. And exactly what might have brought him here, of all places, eluded Cahstnyr.
35. There were strange things going on that were obvious and yet still eluded us.
36. Molo felt a real answer still eluded him so he insistent on asking once more:.
37. Something different about him, although any rational analysis of it eluded her.
38. I would have seized him, but he eluded me and quitted the house with precipitation.
39. At first sleep eluded him, but the exertions of the day finally caught up and he.
40. When the room remained silent long enough, he realized he had eluded his pursuers.
41. Rhett eluded her understanding and her control for they were both adults, and the.
42. The danger to Hillary’s parents was all too real, yet its precise nature eluded.
43. An important question regarding incentive sensitization that has eluded researchers.
44. Those who have just eluded us may be the very ones that I have been told to watch for.
45. But still, sleep eluded him; in truth, it wasn't Gypsum's presence that disturbed him.
46. I darted towards the spot from which the sound proceeded, but the devil eluded my grasp.
47. He had destroyed the city, but the woman who had drawn him to the Cup of Gold eluded him.
48. Nonetheless, tiredness eluded her and she was sparking, with her plan very much on track.
49. We suspect that there is a massive warehouse somewhere but at this stage it has eluded us.
50. All four boats gave chase again; but the whale eluded them, and finally wholly disappeared.
51. Oh, no, sir, it was expressly forbidden; but they eluded the vigilance of the guards, and.
52. Our hope is that your experienced eyes will detect something that has eluded all the others.
53. It had eluded him that while change never stood alone, it wasn’t always coupled with misery.
54. But that special one… the one act that breaks through and hits the Big Time, still eluded him.
55. It was a matter of course that he helped found William Jewell College, which I eluded to earlier.
56. Grey had evidently eluded them once again though he had left his calling The Versailles Conspiracy.
57. Only one relic however had eluded him, and cost the life of his closest advisor, and friend Abdul Bhunto.
58. How fast they can do it in a Biff eluded me for the time being, but this test shouldn’t take too long.
59. She reached for Cuauhtzin, but he eluded her and flew over to Mathilde’s shoulder startling her considerably.
60. She had become firmly convinced that the Swordsmen were not at fault, but who was driving the assault eluded her.
61. One day, when Aureliano Segundo reproached her unjustly, she eluded the trap and put things in their proper place.
62. It was not very much unlike the smell often found in blacksmith shops and forges, though its exact nature eluded him.
63. Yes, that Holy Grail which has eluded wise men throughout the ages, is yours, free in the closing pages of this book!.
64. Again the Bird eluded them: The day after the doctors formed their plan, the Bird had the pharmacy medications locked up.
65. When it did, Simon reached further out of the window and tried to catch those vast wings, but again the raven eluded him.
66. He assumed that the small force was a decoy, although he could not imagine how the main enemy force had eluded the scouts.
67. But if she did, the letter was written and sent away with a privacy which eluded all her watchfulness to ascertain the fact.
68. But if she DID, the letter was written and sent away with a privacy which eluded all her watchfulness to ascertain the fact.
69. The words eluded me, they simply banished themselves within the confines of my brain, to rather confuse me than to help me.
70. We have named this position or line the axis, but the true meaning of this line has eluded us since the concept was realised.
71. Their wide eyed in awe pleading eluded most of the assorted stars anger at being bothered in their haven of pseudo anonymity.
72. No man alive had ever eluded my charms but what a way for karma to get back at me: the only man I was to love didn’t love me.
73. As the elevator doors closed and the operator asked her which floor, she sighed in relief at having eluded that man for the time.
74. Pawar did try again to conquer Delhi, a task which had eluded the Marathas since the defeat in the third battle of Panipat in 1761.
75. As he thundered out this he made a rush at Bildad, but with a marvellous oblique, sliding celerity, Bildad for that time eluded him.
76. The Feds knew this already, of course, but they were still keeping quiet the fact that Bob had eluded them, just as he had eluded us.
77. He must have known, with a kind of certitude that he felt in his gut, that he finally had in his grasp what had eluded him for years.
78. She strained to hear the contents of the 1-sided conversation but it eluded her, so she readjusted her skirt and took out the tiny mirror.
79. It was so obvious; why had it eluded him all year? He kept trying to insinuate his ideas, but he crashed against walls everywhere he turned.
80. This judgment can be deduced from the Machiavellian principle that war is not eluded: it’s only deferred with advantage to the others.
81. One fat Monk came after me, but I quickly eluded him by ducking into a Niche whither his surpassing Corpulence prevented him from following me.
82. What could I possibly say to such a sweet revelation? Words eluded me, so I decided to do something I had wanted to do ever since I laid eyes on him.
83. Both men stood in the darkness as the vital piece of evidence that had eluded Rudolph for the entirety of this case appeared in Ben Scully’s hand.
84. I knew I should try to get some sleep, in case I had to relieve Nick from driving, but for some reason, any shred of fatigue seemed to have eluded me.
85. Where was the Suddenly she was running, running through the mist like a mad thing, crying and haven? It eluded her but it was there, hidden, somewhere.
86. And, indeed, he had taken all precautions, he was in a position to know what day I was going out, so that I could hardly have eluded him if I had wanted to.
87. But the main point of dispute is ingeniously eluded, leaving the impression upon the mind of the hearer that something was proved which was not do much as torched.
88. Yet Freedom eluded him, for the Trading Company had Snares, it seem’d, to keep the Men perpetually in Debt, and the more they sail’d the larger their Debts grew.
89. In my anxiety to secure him, he eluded my grasp, and by a sudden and rapid exertion, disappeared, with all the rapidity of movement so remarkable in the constrictor.
90. All he could make of everything was that there was much more behind the Ruling Council than their rule of tyranny and oppressive dogma, something which eluded him still.
91. Since a VW sedan is not match for a Plymouth, I thought it prudent to put some distance between us, and I turned corners at random until I thought we’d safely eluded her.
92. But Ashley seemed to mean them and there was a look in his eyes which eluded her—not fear, not apology, but the bracing to a strain which was inevitable and overwhelming.
93. Knowing the history of Second World War and having read Machiavelli, they should understand that war is not eluded: it is only postponed with advantage to the others.
94. Tostoff’s composition eluded me, because just as it began my eyes fell on Gatsby, standing alone on the marble steps and looking from one group to another with approving eyes.
95. But that was merely the means to far greater a prize, the complete knowledge of which still eluded him despite all the years of studies and inquiries, both his and his master’s.
96. I rushed towards the window, and drawing a pistol from my bosom, fired; but he eluded me, leaped from his station, and running with the swiftness of lightning, plunged into the lake.
97. He spent most of his spare time tending vegetables at his allotment or keeping his 1959 Ford Consul on the road with the sort of skill for mechanical things that has always eluded me.
98. Though she was utterly exhausted to the core, sleep had eluded her deprived body for she was too afraid to miss Nora’s arrival, or worse, she feared she might fall asleep—forever.
99. In any case, she didn’t seem to deserve the dismemberment and likely death that followed at the hands of the heartless and perverted drug mastermind who had eluded prosecution long enough.
100. With few exceptions the silence that would guarantee their safety reigned supreme as the patrol disappeared into the mist of early morning, oblivious of the larger quarry that had eluded them.
1. It eludes the hunter.
2. In the beginning despite efforts the form of God eludes.
3. Man's conceit often outruns his reason and eludes his logic.
4. With any luck, we can intercept him before he eludes us again.
5. Whenever we try to pin down the essence of matter, it eludes us.
6. It shall open a pathway to true and everlasting happiness that eludes us.
7. That you may not sorrow over what eludes you, nor exult over what He has given you.
8. The sages and scientists of ancient Egypt knew much that still eludes modern researchers.
9. Said more simply, Capitalism creates an economic surplus that always eludes the socialists.
10. Yet it is also the spring that often eludes us when it comes to inspiration for decoration.
11. Sleep eludes him as images of the bald headed man walking down the road conjure up in his mind.
12. He doesn’t trust anyone who moves around as much as I do and eludes his spies with such ease.
13. Beth Johnson-Angelo and then killed himself in the same way to make some type of statement which presently eludes me.
14. Only what he let me see, which wasn’t much, sometimes his reasoning eludes me, I think it has to do with his programming.
15. Rayne continued excitedly, this way it explains to the young ones where you came from and also eludes to Divine Intervention.
16. Your majesty, all I can say at the moment is that this dream is important to the future of your kingdom, but the meaning eludes me.
17. On bad days, my muse eludes me as easily as Pan's shadow and no matter which keys I press, blah, blah, blah appears on the screen.
18. Are you convinced that Beth did not commit a very bizarre type of suicide to make some kind of statement which still eludes most of us?
19. Whatever support we hope to find is insecure and leaves us; and if we pursue it, it eludes our grasp, and continuously glides away from us, forever evading us; nothing waits for us.
20. Physicists, he points out, have been pursuing the nature of physical reality for much longer than neuroscientists have been probing the brain, but the nature of reality still eludes them.
21. It completely eludes me why so many place so much value on where some long-dead relatives were born and so little on where they, themselves were born, live, work, love—and will likely die and be buried.
22. Thus in order to explain out these kinds of factor a method of a synchronized fashion have to be adopted out in order to explain out properly these factors that eludes our grips but could be versed out from the shadow that they all leave behind them.
23. But what if chance were already a known, that only seems to be unknowable because it eludes even the sharpest of our present measuring tools? From the little that I know of the study of fractal geometry, it is largely the observance of turbulence within fluid dynamics.
24. The prolonged and tumultuous argument that ended by herding us into that room eludes me, though I have a sharp physical memory that, in the course of it, my underwear kept climbing like a damp snake around my legs and in-termittent beads of sweat raced cool across my back.
25. That which eludes this verse and any verse,.

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