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1. In pages of a love narration.
2. Annyeke paused in her narration.
3. This poem is quite heavy on narration.
4. Now that was too sarcastic a narration.
5. As for the clarity of the narration, it is not.
6. The narration was, in many ways, an extended monologue.
7. Was the narration otherwise unaltered by modifications?

8. Part Four resumes the thread ofthe narration where it was.
9. Another narration states: The Hour will not come to pass.
10. D’ata stopped his narration, leaning heavily against Ravan.
11. Tom had been listening carefully during the narration and a.
12. We have not laid the music track yet and some of the narration needs work.
13. The bottle was now half gone and Alan was living every word of that narration.
14. Nature is always speaking, but my indefatigable narration chatters it inaudible.
15. She figured his narration took somewhat more time than the events actually took.
16. A montage of images from Raven’s fights played as the coarse narration continued.
17. It is neither a very long nor a very exciting narration, he replied, laughing.
18. Mindfulness is seeing your life as it is, without your internal narration of your life.
19. When she came to that part of the narration, Brian immediately stood up and said, I.
20. In Clockwork, we find ourselves listening to Alex's narration as he tells the story of his career.
21. My own strength is exhausted, and I must tell, in a few words, what remains of my hideous narration.
22. The narration goes about a curious meeting of Sensei with Max, who had once been a long time near Sensei.
23. Narration The scene opens with the hero completing a rescue, and as he is being thanked, the action begins.
24. She said nothing, however, till the narration was all done, and matters had been brought up to the present time.
25. In their narration events occur solely by the will of a Napoleon, and Alexander, or in general of the persons they describe.
26. We want it screened with commentary; for this age, authority is any voice-over narration to the best powerpoint presentation.
27. All through the Healer's narration, the Preceptor listened intently, nodding his head occasionally, as though encouraging her to continue.
28. Much of the narration provides plenty of concise bits of information that players need to understand the game world and the overall story.
29. Or, if the poet everywhere appears and never conceals himself, then again the imitation is dropped, and his poetry becomes simple narration.
30. By the time her narration splattered against the present at thirty decades a minute they had devoured all the snacks and were just lying in the rays.
31. The 8th volume of that work gives an interesting narration of the effects of a storm of this description, which occurred in England, in January, 1803.
32. Her narration was clear and simple; and though it could not be given without emotion, it was not accompanied by violent agitation, nor impetuous grief.
33. Alan thought it was pretty clear that she wouldn't have believed one syllable of this narration if that phone wasn't still sitting there on the mattress.
34. When I had concluded my narration I said, This is the being whom I accuse and for whose seizure and punishment I call upon you to exert your whole power.
35. Were it not for being hard for believers (in the narration of Zohayr: for my nation), I would order them to use the cleaning stick for teeth at every prayer.
36. A recent, intricate crop circle was about to be shown when the television screen turned to static, although the narration continued as if nothing were wrong.
37. Len marches down into the kitchen only when it is time to eat, consumes quickly, and, finished with his self-possessed narration, he leaves the table to reunite with his TV, iphone, and computer.
38. Mayhew having concluded his narration, Ahab put such questions to him, that the stranger captain could not forbear inquiring whether he intended to hunt the White Whale, if opportunity should offer.
39. The narration and show went on for another ten minutes, until Tolkonen and her two young assistants managed to bring Nancy Laplante to the year 3384, where the Time Patrol was authorized and founded.
40. Outdoor offers instant impact with a quiet, pervasive, continuous presence that is the opposite of the intrusive, loud and often irritating narration and music that repeatedly air on broadcast commercials.
41. What limitations of activity and inhibitions of conjugal rights were perceived by listener and narrator concerning themselves during the course of this intermittent and increasingly more laconic narration?
42. Then he will adopt a mode of narration such as we have illustrated out of Homer, that is to say, his style will be both imitative and narrative; but there will be very little of the former, and a great deal of the latter.
43. What was Annyeke trying to tell him and how could this help him to meditate? Should he have agreed to the mind-link narration? No, he still believed persuading her to tell him vocally had been the wisest course of action.
44. When the priest talked of the glories of the civilized nations, his dark-skinned listeners were intent, not on the ideals of his religion, but on the loot which he unconsciously described in the narration of rich cities and shining lands.
45. A man gives a charity from his legal gain, (in another narration: He doesn't count on it, and Allah only accepts legal charities,) Allah accepts it by His hand and develops it as you grow your young horse or your butler or your young camel.
46. The information herein is about exploring and naming ‘God’s story’ and Self’s ‘personal story’ through words and narration, which hopes to beckon and reshape the personal and intimate world of Self and others into conscious awareness.
47. As she listened to this strange badger, Brightness slowly overcame her fear of him, and while he continued with his tale, she uncovered a store of worms at which Darkburst took quick impulsive bites, swallowing rapidly so that he could continue his narration.
48. In place of that eager and garrulous narration with which a white youth would have endeavored to communicate, and perhaps exaggerate, that which had passed out in the darkness of the plain, the young warrior was seemingly content to let his deeds speak for themselves.
49. N-generation narration is ambiguous not because it is pragmatically realistic, but because it is idealistically indifferent: it does not have the spirit to will an ideal to action, and rather has an idealism of pragmatically compromised action absent of spiritual direction.
50. If Homer had said, 'The priest came, having his daughter's ransom in his hands, supplicating the Achaeans, and above all the kings;' and then if, instead of speaking in the person of Chryses, he had continued in his own person, the words would have been, not imitation, but simple narration.
51. As a man of a different order of thought would have chosen another incident of the story for illustration, so also would a painter of a less independent school have permitted himself to be bound down by the historical facts of the architectural and costume fashions of the time of narration.
52. And if history has for its object the study of the movement of the nations and of humanity and not the narration of episodes in the lives of individuals, it too, setting aside the conception of cause, should seek the laws common to all the inseparably interconnected infinitesimal elements of free will.
53. The touching situation—the conflict of the beauty of the innocent soul with the immorality of the world—is beautifully described, and it would have been well to stop here, but the author, without the least external or internal need, continues his narration and causes this gentleman to make his way to the girl at night and seduce her.
54. For as a painter by a knowledge of figure and colour can paint a cobbler without any practice in cobbling, so the poet can delineate any art in the colours of language, and give harmony and rhythm to the cobbler and also to the general; and you know how mere narration, when deprived of the ornaments of metre, is like a face which has lost the beauty of youth and never had any other.
55. Ere now it has been related how Ahab was wont to pace his quarter-deck, taking regular turns at either limit, the binnacle and mainmast; but in the multiplicity of other things requiring narration it has not been added how that sometimes in these walks, when most plunged in his mood, he was wont to pause in turn at each spot, and stand there strangely eyeing the particular object before him.
56. Yet these Evangelists, after detailing in the most prosaic style the birth and early history of Jesus, with dates, places, and other particulars thereto pertaining, bring into their narration of the commencement of Christ’s ministry, in the most deliberate manner, an account of His direct 'temptation by the Devil’ in the wilderness,—a devil so real and personal that he quotes Scripture deceitfully, and is corrected by Christ,—asserts his control over the political system of all nations on earth, yet offers to abandon his sovereignty if Jesus will do him homage.
57. The only one that fared at all well with him was a Spanish soldier, something de Saavedra by name, to whom he never gave a blow himself, or ordered a blow to be given, or addressed a hard word, although he had done things that will dwell in the memory of the people there for many a year, and all to recover his liberty; and for the least of the many things he did we all dreaded that he would be impaled, and he himself was in fear of it more than once; and only that time does not allow, I could tell you now something of what that soldier did, that would interest and astonish you much more than the narration of my own tale.

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