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1. Evoke His energy and ask.
2. Your theme should evoke practicality and purpose.
3. The more the essences that those creations evoke.
4. I left it at that, not wanting to evoke an argument or a.
5. That announcement doesn’t evoke inquiry or disagreement.
6. Asking questions about inner resources to evoke memories and.
7. Education, on the other hand, has as its main goal to evoke that.

8. You probably felt that word couldn’t ever evoke a positive feeling.
9. Asking coachee about outcomes, asking questions that evoke a state of.
10. What fractions of phrases did the lecture of those five whole words evoke?
11. One behavioral effect that many drugs of abuse have in common is that they evoke.
12. The flag is used often in photo opts and powerful television campaign ads to evoke a.
13. He couldn't understand how such an awful substance could evoke so much emotion in him.
14. My attempts to revive and to evoke these feelings took up a lot more time than I wanted them to.
15. Furthermore, some studies have not found a relationship between the ability of drugs to evoke a.
16. These sudden congealments in the state of revery, which a single word suffices to evoke, do occur.
17. The Elf shook her head and focused, just as an experiment, to see if she could still evoke the Flame.
18. It was enough to evoke a chill, as well as the sounds of a very familiar and beloved voice in her ears.
19. It gave the BJP the confidence that its leader could evoke a feverish response even in unfamiliar territory.
20. Ravan must have realized the intent of the priest was to evoke just such a response in him—a game of pas de deux.
21. You need to learn to evoke certain feelings so that later you will be able to control the internal, hidden energy.
22. In essence positive thoughts send instructions to the relevant microscopic cells to evoke the appropriate biological action.
23. Sometimes just the sound of Nathan’s voice could evoke a wave of visceral memory: betrayal, resentment, rage and confusion.
24. The willingness of some to give their lives so that others might live never fails to evoke in us a sense of wonder and mystery.
25. This is a permanent meditation, wherever you are and whatever you do, you evoke these fibers, these feelings, these flows of energies.
26. I must acquaint you, said Mr Crotthers, clapping on the table so as to evoke a resonant comment of emphasis, old Glory Allelujurum was round.
27. Grimes fired fifteen more rounds, and failing to evoke reply, he also ceased fire, and his men fell, exhausted by their efforts in the hot sun.
28. And the products of this art cannot evoke from the people—even if the latter could at any time enjoy it—any thing except amazement and ennui.
29. The first poem that aroused in me an emotional upheaval which only great literature can evoke was The Charge of the Light Brigade by Tennyson.
30. He could only hope Montañazul and his friends didn’t evoke their mounts’ earthquake calls, through ignorance, heedlessness, or something darker.
31. In that house more than anywhere else, perhaps, arise those children's sayings which are so graceful and which evoke a smile that is full of thoughtfulness.
32. If certain situations always evoke fear then create new visualizations that show you conquering your fear and exhibiting courage in those types of situations.
33. How can one judge Father? But even if one might, what feeling except veneration could such a man as my father evoke? And I am so contented and happy with him.
34. If a question is worded in a certain way, it could evoke a certain response, different from the one that would ensue with a slightly different wording of the question.
35. And it is perfectly just for a man who does feel the influence of some works of art to come to this conclusion concerning artists who do not, by their works, evoke feeling in him.
36. But what feelings can such misdirected science evoke? One side of this science evokes antiquated feelings, which humanity has used up, and which, in our times, are bad and exclusive.
37. By twisting the semantic meanings of words, by replacing semantically accurate words with lying mental with emotional trigger words that evoke subconscious reactions on a subliminal level.
38. At school, I tried again to evoke the previous day’s state of mind, but I couldn’t really concentrate because of the constant circulation of school information and contradictory emotions.
39. The banana company’s city, which Patricia Brown may have tried to evoke for her grandchildren during the nights of intolerance and dill pickles in Prattville, Alabama, was a plain of wild grass.
40. You don't have to be a great writer to be an excellent copywriter, but you do need to recognize and be able to use the attributes of both fiction (evoke emotion) and non-fiction (be clear) in your writing.
41. To evoke this feeling in the audience by means of art, the author should either make one of the characters express this pity in such a way as to infect every one, or he should describe the girl's feelings correctly.
42. Old Bielokonski listened to all the fevered and despairing lamentations of Lizabetha Prokofievna without the least emotion; the tears of this sorrowful mother did not evoke answering sighs—in fact, she laughed at her.
43. He nearly called out to her by name; and the thought that no call from him would ever again evoke the answer of her voice, made him drop heavily into the chair with a loud groan, wrung out by the pain as of a keen blade piercing his breast.
44. She met Melanie’s eyes and the same thought was plain in both The meal was gay enough and even Gerald, presiding absently at the head of the table, managed to evoke from the back of his dim mind some of the manner of a host and an uncertain smile.
45. It is the perfect use of this mystery that constitutes the symbol: little by little, to evoke an object in order to show a state of the soul; or, inversely, to choose an object, and from it to disengage a state of the soul by a series of decipherings.
46. All people do unconsciously what they do, because that is necessary, or because their whole life is based on this deception and they are unable to do anything else, while these same acts evoke the sympathy and the approval of all those men among whom they are committed.
47. To evoke in oneself a feeling one has once experienced, and having evoked it in oneself, then, by means of movements, lines, colors, sounds, or forms expressed in words, so to transmit that feeling that others may experience the same feeling—this is the activity of art.
48. If even the boy had not seen a wolf but had frequently been afraid of one, and if, wishing to evoke in others the fear he had felt, he invented an encounter with a wolf, and recounted it so as to make his hearers share the feelings he experienced when he feared the wolf, that also would be art.
49. She looked at Frank so steadily, her eyes narrowing, that he became With the rousing of fresh hope, her spine stiffened and she forgot that her feet were somewhat alarmed and she dropped her gaze swiftly, remembering Rhett’s words: I’ve seen eyes like yours above a dueling pistol… They evoke no ardor in the male breast.
50. It pained her not to have had that revelation many years before when it had still been possible to purify memories and reconstruct the universe under a new light and evoke without trembling Pietro Crespi’s smell of lavender at dusk and rescue Rebeca from her slough of misery, not out of hatred or out of love but because of the measureless understanding of solitude.
51. He groped his way up the stairs, as pleased with the darkness as an owl who grips his prey, opened and shut his door softly, listened to see whether he could hear any noise,—made sure that, to all appearances, Cosette and Toussaint were asleep, and plunged three or four matches into the bottle of the Fumade lighter before he could evoke a spark, so greatly did his hand tremble.
52. A landscape representing a very unusual view, or a genre picture of a special subject, may not please every one, but ornaments, from Yakutsk ornaments to Greek ones, are intelligible to every one and evoke a similar feeling of admiration in all, and therefore this despised kind of art should, in Christian society, be esteemed far above exceptional, pretentious pictures and sculptures.
53. To take the simplest example: a boy, having experienced, let us say, fear on encountering a wolf, relates that encounter; and, in order to evoke in others the feeling he has experienced, describes himself, his condition before the encounter, the surroundings, the wood, his own light-heartedness, and then the wolf's appearance, its movements, the distance between himself and the wolf, etc.
54. Dantes reflected, as he worked, on the shout of joy which, with a single word, he could evoke from all these men, if he gave utterance to the one unchanging thought that pervaded his heart; but, far from disclosing this precious secret, he almost feared that he had already said too much, and by his restlessness and continual questions, his minute observations and evident pre-occupation, aroused suspicions.
55. If one studies these tabulations and phrases with care, they will be found to convey indication as to one's individual ray, life tendencies and purpose; if the appeal the various statements make anent a particular ray evoke an intuitive understanding on the part of the student, so that he recognises himself, his ray energy and aspects of his latent and deeply desired spiritual nature, then these communications I am making here as to Purpose, Name and Quality will be profitable and useful.
56. The feelings flowing from the religious perception of our times, Christian feelings, are infinitely new and varied, only not in the sense some people imagine,—not that they can be evoked by the depiction of Christ and of gospel episodes, or by repeating in new forms the Christian truths of unity, brotherhood, equality, and love,—but in that all the oldest, commonest, and most hackneyed phenomena of life evoke the newest, most unexpected, and touching emotions as soon as a man regards them from the Christian point of view.
57. If art has been able to convey the sentiment of reverence for images, for the eucharist, and for the king's person; of shame at betraying a comrade, devotion to a flag, the necessity of revenge for an insult, the need to sacrifice one's labor for the erection and adornment of churches, the duty of defending one's honor or the glory of one's native land—then that same art can also evoke reverence for the dignity of every man and for the life of every animal; can make men ashamed of luxury, of violence, of revenge, or of using for their pleasure that of which others are in need; can compel people freely, gladly, and without noticing it, to sacrifice themselves in the service of man.
1. Bad Habits | Vices: Evoking too much water.
2. He could almost feel the words evoking ancient memories and emotions inside his head.
3. He was muttering things she did not hear, his lips were evoking feelings never felt before.
4. Pierre had evoked the passionate affection of the Italian merely by evoking the best side of.
5. The Emperor’s manifesto was read, evoking enthusiasm, and then all moved about discussing it.
6. I could not help looking at them, I could not efface them, I could not keep from evoking them.
7. Soffen reminded Slikit of his own mother, evoking cherished memories that were special and secret.
8. This time I screwed up my courage and put myself forward, evoking a smile on the faces of the surrounding guys.
9. Sometimes you do it without even realizing that you are evoking one of the most powerful forces of the universe.
10. All the songs, the melodies of some of which have been collected, were humble and lamentable to the point of evoking tears.
11. The less the space there is the less the motion is and therefore the stronger and more deliberate the motion is evoking gravity.
12. Meanwhile, I again concentrated on the area of the solar plexus, focusing all of my attention on evoking warmth and a state of happiness.
13. Pierre had evoked the passionate affection of the Italian merely by evoking the best side of his nature and taking a pleasure in so doing.
14. The sheet of water seemed laced with ice as Sam‘s sweated body chilled evoking screams not to be heard over crashing water and deafening thunder.
15. Evoking his immature reaction certainly was not my intention; I simply wanted his attention which I thereafter received regarding the grossly tardy WDs.
16. The most cunning man could not have crept into her confidence more successfully, evoking memories of the best times of her youth and showing sympathy with them.
17. In his head, the book kept growing and growing in length and complexity, almost as if it had taken on the burden of supplanting real life, rather than evoking it.
18. Though I must confess that I indeed smiled with satisfaction upon evoking in my article Clinton’s troubles with interns, but I was not flaunting my delight at you.
19. Instead of evoking pity these odors birthed a contemptuousness that took him by surprise; for the first time in his memory Samson Hercules Duff was devoid of empathy.
20. The procession—the men carrying the chair, the maid, and the doctor—vanished into the ladies’ waiting-room, evoking a feeling of curiosity and respect in the onlookers.
21. Throughout the South for fifty years there would be bitter-eyed women who looked backward, to dead times, to dead men, evoking memories that hurt and were futile, never to look back.
22. I knew I could charm her because I'd done it before, crossed the barrier between the species without ever evoking that panic, and I determined to cross the barrier now with all my nerve.
23. As examples of pictures evoking indignation and horror at the violation of love to God and man, Gay's picture, "Judgment," may serve, and also Leizen-Mayer's, "Signing the Death Warrant.
24. As he sat there, living over his life with her and evoking alternately the two images in which he now conceived her, he realised that she was dead, that she had ceased to exist, that she had become a memory.
25. According to Hutcheson (1694-1747—"Inquiry into the Original of our Ideas of Beauty and Virtue"), the aim of art is beauty, the essence of which consists in evoking in us the perception of uniformity amid variety.
26. Emily continued to embrace herself evoking more and more waves of pleasure, her hands slipping smoothly across her body with slowly swelling urgency, touching her fingertips against a soft skin demanding her attention.
27. They listened to the rain, the soft envelopment of the world in the velvet clearness of falling water, the whispers in deep grass, evoking odors of old, wet wood and leaves that had lain a hundred years, moldering and sweet.
28. Such works, evoking in people of a certain class memories of artistic feelings formerly experienced, produce an impression similar to art, and, provided only that they conform to other needful conditions, they pass for art among those who seek for pleasure from art.
29. If! If! The soft drawling voices quickened with an old excitement as they talked in the when life was ever at high tide, recalling the fierce heat of their midsummer in this quiet darkness—infantryman, cavalryman, cannoneer, evoking memories of the days forlorn sunset of their winter.
30. Fermina Daza could not help it: all that seemed like children’s games to her, most of all when Florentino Ariza insisted on evoking the afternoons of melancholy verses in the Park of the Evangels, the letters hidden along her route to school, the embroidery lessons under the almond trees.
31. These are usually pornographic details evoking sexual desire, or details of suffering and death evoking feelings of horror, as, for instance, when describing a murder, to give a detailed medical account of the lacerated tissues, of the swellings, of the smell, quantity, and appearance of the blood.
32. Christian art is only such as tends to unite all without exception, either by evoking in them the perception that each man and all men stand in like relation toward God and toward their neighbor, or by evoking in them identical feelings, which may even be the very simplest, provided only that they are not repugnant to Christianity and are natural to every one without exception.
33. We are all Christian nations, who live the same spiritual life, so that every good, fruitful thought, which springs up in one corner of the earth, is at once communicated to the whole Christian world, evoking similar sensations of joy and pride, independently of nationality; we, who not only love the thinkers, benefactors, poets, scholars of other nations, but also pride ourselves on the exploit of a Damien, as though it were our own; we, who just love the men of other nationalities,—the French, the Germans, the Americans, the English; we, who not only respect their qualities, but rejoice when we meet them, who give them a smile of recognition, who not only could not regard a war with them as something to be proud of, but who could not even think without horror that any disagreement may arise between these men and us,—we are all called to take part in murder, which must inevitably take place, to-morrow, if not to-day.
1. It evoked a sense of dread.
2. This evoked chuckles all around.
3. They evoked a magic world for Tony.
4. Every stroke evoked screams of anguish.
5. And when this energy is being evoked in.
6. From the first scene he evoked enthusiasm.
7. His foreplay evoked tiny sounds deep in her.
8. By and by he had evoked the favours of his loved one.
9. This barrier itself evoked gloomy fancies in the mind.
10. He looked like a ghost, evoked unseasonably from the grave.
11. Observe the feeling evoked when you are in a reaction state.
12. Sealed memories of the past were being evoked piece by piece.
13. Onshore, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has evoked oi-and-gas leases.
14. Her beauty could be evoked or summed up in just two words, good genes.
15. Certainly, one’s soul can’t be evoked merely at the behest of our.
16. The warmth of his hands evoked the clear memory of my grandpa Gennaro.
17. Th e fi rst investigators of altered states of consciousness evoked by.
18. But besides this feeling of respect, Pfuel evoked pity in Prince Andrew.
19. The gravel in his voice, the memories he evoked, had her going hot and wet.
20. The name seemed to have evoked certain most irritating thoughts in his mind.
21. For all the fear the oversized canines evoked, they were absolutely useless.
22. Glaring down at them, he nodded his satisfaction at the reaction this news evoked.
23. Places of the heart or places of the mind are the deeper metaphors often evoked when.
24. This remark evoked a rejoinder from Nekhludoff, and a new dispute arose on the subject.
25. The contemplation of objects, the flying image of reveries evoked by them, are the song.
26. But she could not shake the agitation that Carius’ words had evoked in her this night.
27. Leonardo, on the other hand, evoked it like the infantile escapade of a bad-mannered girl.
28. The bumpy trip evoked a few electrical jolts in his shoulder but was otherwise uneventful.
29. It was near the end of that set that evoked so much interest by the three younger listeners.
30. Pierre had evoked the passionate affection of the Italian merely by evoking the best side of.
31. But this doubt that is evoked comes as a result of other doubt that is lingering in suspicion.
32. Resuming her prowl of the beach, Jillian felt the surge of exasperation Astarte so often evoked.
33. The sight of them evoked strong emotions of love, and she stayed with them for the whole service.
34. The panoramic tour of the city evoked for Roger remembrances of San Francisco when he noticed the.
35. But Pierre was still under the influence of that ecstatic mood which the arrival had evoked in him.
36. Harry’s latest work evoked a very strong emotion in me, attractive and repulsive at the same time.
37. This was, according to her, the reason for his haste and constant blundering as he evoked the past.
38. There had been no discernible words, but like Taran’s song, it had evoked feelings, good feelings.
39. The severed finger, gaudy rings in situ, lying on the table next to the small recorder evoked no response.
40. Watching everyone else run through the emotions Savannah’s pain evoked, was as bad as watching it myself.
41. I shook off the prophesy, but not the feelings it evoked as I said, Joseph, what will happen to John?
42. Victor Hugo wrote, the Bishop had caused the dawn of virtue on his horizon, Cosette evoked the dawn of love.
43. A pleasant evening and a large audience here greeted us, and an interest evoked that was decidedly manifest.
44. The taste of that chocolate was so divine, it melted in my mouth and evoked an sense of calm and well being.
45. I turned away from her and imagery of everything she evoked within me so thoughtlessly to stare at the wall.
46. Pierre too drew near the church where the thing was that evoked these exclamations, and dimly made out church.
47. This evoked recollection is not the exact photographic or phonographic reproduction of past scenes or events.
48. As her primordial beauty pixilated by panic evoked pity in him, he was empathic in addressing her apprehensions.
49. The very last person to have his pulses taken before the workshop ended evoked a deep reaction in Brother Francis.
50. Fall in Cambridge evoked images of vibrant leaves, apple picking, football games, and wool sweaters with scarves.
51. It seemed as though it were a spirit which had been evoked, that was speaking to you across the walls of the tomb.
52. Their tales of a dead body and a missing community member evoked thoughts of Stephen King and Murder She Wrote.
53. Every one knows the feeling of distrust and resistance which is always evoked by an author's evident predetermination.
54. He carried on the tradition of his Napoleon, the great Blackwhite, whose memory he evoked at times by legend and mimicry.
55. Charcoal portraits came next, and the entire family hung in a row, looking as wild and crocky as if just evoked from a coal-bin.
56. The sight evoked in him the same feelings as when he sent his first group of junior executive trainees out on their maiden journeys.
57. Pierre had evoked the passionate affection of the Italian merely by evoking the best side of his nature and taking a pleasure in so doing.
58. This evidence suddenly burst upon the mind of the man who was trying to move the grating, and evoked from him this indignant ejaculation:.
59. The sense of death, which had been evoked in all by his taking leave of life on the night when he had sent for his brother, was broken up.
60. Reno shivered at the sensations that those long fingers evoked, but that look was one that even in his still fragmented state he understood.
61. It is only in an environment of beauty and stillness that the condition of stillness and wonder can be naturally evoked in human awareness.
62. Only one such vigilance had evoked suspicion of rescuers when a flock of wood ducks had taken to the air far back but definitely near his trail.
63. They were not evoked only by the usual zest for war shared by all men, the savage lust to fight which lies dormant in the piping times of peace.
64. As he sat next to Griffiths in the passenger’s seat of a car, the familiar streets ahead of him evoked old memories, ones he didn’t appreciate.
65. The fable, as retold to them by Andre, had an immediate and intense effect upon the boys as it evoked visions of the Grim Reaper advancing upon them.
66. The wintry wind swept her damp ankles and she shivered again but her shiver was less from the wind than from the dread his words evoked in her heart.
67. What these reporters did not realize: was that what had evoked this response was the only unscripted question that had not been screened ahead of time.
68. So even though Olin had merely performed a paid service for the town by installing the manacles, that act had evoked a murderous fury within Hortmuller.
69. Although Bonnie had told me all about it, in the John Lawson Park, it was also new to me because their chat evoked pictures of the scheme underway.
70. When Michael Ivanovich went in there were tears in the prince’s eyes evoked by the memory of the time when the paper he was now reading had been written.
71. When Michael Ivánovich went in there were tears in the prince’s eyes evoked by the memory of the time when the paper he was now reading had been written.
72. This was the demented man‘s first emotional catharsis since reaching adulthood and it evoked a feeling that had lain dormant since the murder of his family.
73. The UN’s image has been so tarnished by failure and scandal in recent years that recalling the enormous optimism it evoked when it was launched is difficult.
74. He evoked his children’s names, his troubled wife and enumerated his fears, but asked that the Lord’s will be done… with the hope that his home be saved.
75. Afterwards when he recalled those thoughts Pierre was convinced that someone outside himself had spoken them, though the impressions of that day had evoked them.
76. The emotional relief of the Hindu to be rid of the political yoke of the Musalmans, after nearly eight centuries, evoked a feel-good in the country’s majority.
77. I have seen how one public prosecutor did his very best to get an unfortunate boy condemned, who could have evoked nothing but sympathy in an unperverted mind.
78. Pierre too drew near the church where the thing was that evoked these exclamations, and dimly made out something leaning against the palings surrounding the church.
79. A sensation of anguish for our country, of pity for the blindness of a considerable part of French society, such are the sensations evoked in us by these festivities.
80. She had evoked the town idealized by nostalgia with such strong tenacity that Gaston under-stood that she would not get married unless he took her to live in Macondo.
81. She evoked him as she evoked the day she had sent her first telegram, and she could never erase from her heart the memory of the sad little bird condemned to oblivion.
82. Anand dismissed her past with the sympathy it evoked and vowed to give her due as his better half; and to seek her hand in marriage, he took me along to her parents.
83. I venture in an area that has not been evoked by Mr Hawking when I declare that it is possible for us to alter the current reality using the power of our mind and brain.
84. That is why he evoked with such great nostalgia the old trolley with its emaciated mules covered with sores, in which a sideways glance was all one needed to know where love was.
85. He said he was further convinced that although some of his remarks during the meeting evoked what appeared to be a favorable reaction from some of the other Israelis, as long as Mrs.
86. Peasants and lords with plaids on their shoulders were singing a hunting-song together; then a captain suddenly came on, who evoked the spirit of evil by lifting both his arms to heaven.
87. At these words, a vision of Kathy holding a baby - their baby - in her arms instantly popped into Joel’s mind, and nearly blew him away with the intensity of feelings this thought evoked.
88. That pale, sad, refined face, that radiant look, those gentle graceful gestures, and especially the deep and tender sorrow expressed in all her features agitated him and evoked his sympathy.
89. He remained still and felt the earlier emotions she had evoked in his dreams collide with his disbelief and penetrate the seams until he was once again inundated in his fantasy of love for her.
90. The charts evoked fond memories of the person who gave them to him--Madam Doctor Feng Lida--a famous medical qigong doctor and researcher at the Chinese Navy Hospital where Francis had studied.
91. As she sat there, and stared unseeingly into her lap, something in the proud, but vulnerable way she tried to hide these emotions from the others, evoked an intense protective feeling inside him.
92. It is a group, as you may know Pastor, that lives thinks, and worships in the style of the Roman Catholic Church prior to the Vatican Council II, which evoked so many changes in the Catholic Church.
93. Persecution caused the followers of Asura to hide their temples with cunning art, and to veil their rituals in obscurity; and this secrecy, in turn, evoked more monstrous suspicions and tales of evil.
94. The first time that Raoul saw Christine at the Opera, he was charmed by the girl's beauty and by the sweet images of the past which it evoked, but was rather surprised at the negative side of her art.
95. He ordered dinners and suppers and obviously tried to appear cheerful, but his cheerfulness was not infectious as it used to be: on the contrary it evoked the compassion of those who knew and liked him.
96. A scene disengages itself in the observer's memory, evoked, it would seem, by a word of so natural a homeliness as if those days were really present there (as some thought) with their immediate pleasures.
97. In this way it came about, that though he knew no French, Father Hucheloup understood Latin, that he had evoked philosophy from his kitchen, and that, desirous simply of effacing Lent, he had equalled Horace.
98. When he made no move to go, she became nervous, not because she was afraid of him, but because she was afraid of the feelings he evoked in her, then scolded herself, knowing he would pick up on her thoughts, and not go.
99. In our current day Yetis, UFOs, Men in Black and Mothmen have all taken on this ancient role and I believe them all to be linked and expressions of the same process of consciousness cleansing evoked by contact with the Dweller.
100. It was effaced as easily as it had been evoked by an allocution from Mr Candidate Mulligan in that vein of pleasantry which none better than he knew how to affect, postulating as the supremest object of desire a nice clean old man.
1. It evokes my dream.
2. Nothing evokes a memory like an odor.
3. He evokes a standard water pull with his left hand.
4. The whole effect evokes memories of the 1929 crash.
5. One’s imitation of totemic animal bearing evokes.
6. Instinctively his body evokes a water pull to defend.
7. Beauty is that which evokes and educates this feeling.
8. With his flowing white beard and his staff, he evokes the.
9. Writing for me necessarily evokes the constipation of writing.
10. It evokes a feeling of companionship, which deepens as the letter.
11. A horn also evokes the truth of the male sexual organ equal to bull.
12. He has this larger than life towering presence that evokes sense of safety.
13. Evokes strong emotions of love, comfort and warmth, it can create feelings of.
14. Taming evokes control, mastery, breaking, the creation of unnatural habituations.
15. While such efficiency evokes the process of optimization, and is correlated with.
16. The sight of which evokes such a romantic aura of the quintessential Islamic East.
17. The Dark Cloud Cover evokes a gloomy picture of a storm approaching, and it should.
18. It shows that Pranayam is a subject which evokes curiosity and reverence among common.
19. The feeling this experience evokes is familiar, mainly because of the synchronous breathing.
20. Because of this, any questioning of selective ownership evokes fear, insecurity, outrage, guilt and hate.
21. I smile at the picture this evokes: me with a couple of mosquito-flecked daggers, jabbing insanely at the air.
22. In that poem, he evokes the ancient way of choosing between shepherds, when they elected the Elder shepherd, or.
23. Thus, humanity’s origin and entry into this world is an important case which evokes meditation and stimulates thought.
24. Hobsbawm evokes the nostalgic mass ecstasy of marching with his comrades, which he calls something of a sexual experience.
25. The beauty, peace and stillness of a natural environment reflectively evokes that beauty, peace and stillness in our own psyches-souls.
26. He bristled up in hideous wise; nothing is so formidable to behold as ferocious beasts who are uneasy; their terrified air evokes terror.
27. But a thought that begins with “I” or “I am” or one that is about me, my possessions, or my experience evokes a sense of identity.
28. Be aware of all the feelings that entering this emotion evokes for you, whether you feel pain or emptiness, coldness or heat, anger or sadness.
29. Having acquainted man with his origin, God draws his attention to another point which deserves to be thought of and evokes contemplation and scrutiny.
30. Anything else: any prurient curiosity, any corrupt motive for advantage evokes nothing but deception and lies from any contact with unseen human entities.
31. Every increase of an army in a state, directed against its subjects, becomes dangerous even for its neighbours, and evokes an increase in the neighbouring states.
32. It gives to an artistic production its force, makes an artistic production infectious, that is, evokes in the hearer and reader those sensations which the artist experiences.
33. But what feelings can such misdirected science evoke? One side of this science evokes antiquated feelings, which humanity has used up, and which, in our times, are bad and exclusive.
34. When their behavior evokes shame rather than pride and becomes something that we don’t want to discuss in front of the children at the kitchen table, we should consider impeachment.
35. It evokes interest and even sympathy, not only among outsiders, but also among officers, and so the superiors do not dare to apply the usual disciplinary measures for a refusal to serve.
36. Their fraternity evokes fear of unimaginable magnitude mostly because of their heartless brutality and dexterity in infiltrating all segments of the world, including religious institutions.
37. Ambition also evokes another meaning that is tied to the past: the journey that kings made each year to delimit the perimeter of their own territory (not everything is mine, but that which is mine I cultivate and feed).
38. That which is enjoyment to a man of the rich classes is incomprehensible, as a pleasure, to a working-man, and evokes in him, either no feeling at all, or only a feeling quite contrary to that which it evokes in an idle and satiated man.
39. Suddenly, the world that was anger and cold and pain and fear is suddenly heat and fire and desire and burning, aching need, and after a moment’s hesitation I can do nothing but push my fingers into his hair and ride the waves he evokes in me.
40. This evokes many inquiries and questions marks?? How did the Iron-transferor (which has protein construction) get out with the cupping blood after it had unloaded its iron which remained in the body to partake of forming new blood corpuscles??
41. It is curious to note in this connection, that attached to the end of this very symphony is a poem of Schiller's which (though somewhat obscurely) expresses this very thought, namely, that feeling (Schiller speaks only of the feeling of gladness) unites people and evokes love in them.
42. It evokes all the hope and promise that caused so many doctors and lawyers back in the late 1990s to leave their lucrative jobs and set up trading stations in the basements of their suburban homes, and so many busboys and taxi drivers to buy shares of Amazon and Qualcomm in between shifts.
43. Christian art either evokes in men those feelings which, through love of God and of one's neighbor, draw them to greater and ever greater union, and make them ready for and capable of such union; or evokes in them those feelings which show them that they are already united in the joys and sorrows of life.
44. Pierre's and Jean's mother, who was able to pass all her life in deceiving her husband, evokes little sympathy for herself when she is compelled to confess her sin to her son, and still less when she justifies herself, asserting that she could not help making use of the opportunity of happiness which presented itself to her.
45. By a natural progression, from the love of self to the love of family, of the race, of the nation, of the state, the social conception of life has brought men to the consciousness of the necessity for a love of humanity, which has no limits and blends with everything in existence,—to something which evokes no sensations in man; it has brought them to a contradiction, which cannot be solved by the social conception of life.
46. A terrible thing it is, containing days without bread, nights without sleep, evenings without a candle, a hearth without a fire, weeks without work, a future without hope, a coat out at the elbows, an old hat which evokes the laughter of young girls, a door which one finds locked on one at night because one's rent is not paid, the insolence of the porter and the cook-shop man, the sneers of neighbors, humiliations, dignity trampled on, work of whatever nature accepted, disgusts, bitterness, despondency.

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