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    1. try to apprehend this guy

    2. The only ones that can truly apprehend that mystery of the resurrection at the end of the age are those that have experienced resurrection now in this age

    3. Joseph arrived at the office as the FBI agents apprehend Denise Hendrickson

    4. opinion which I apprehend, is ill-founded, even with regard to France, but which nobody can

    5. Double interest is in Great Britain reckoned what the merchants call a good, moderate, reasonable profit; terms which, I apprehend, mean no more than a common and usual profit

    6. the reader to apprehend the irony

    7. The small quantity of salt provisions imported from Ireland since their importation was rendered free, is an experimental proof that our graziers have nothing to apprehend from it

    8. That in the actual state of tillage the bounty must necessarily have this tendency, will not, I apprehend, be disputed by any reasonable person

    9. In spite of the cruel destruction of the natives which followed the conquest, these two great empires are probably more populous now than they ever were before; and the people are surely very different; for we must acknowledge, I apprehend, that the Spanish creoles are in many respects superior to the ancient Indians

    10. It is unnecessary, I apprehend, at present to say anything further, in order to expose the folly of a system which fatal experience has now sufficiently exposed

    11. Warlock looks closely at the “4 x 6” screen in his hand-held scanner, “to enable the Security Division of the Atlantica Republic, Alleghenia District to apprehend, return, and interrogate Mr

    12. Though it should be true, therefore, what I apprehend is not a little doubtful, that in some parts of Asia this department of the public police is very properly managed by the executive power, there is not the least probability that, during the present state of things, it could be tolerably managed by that power in any part of Europe

    13. The rent of the lands alone, exclusive of that of houses and of the interest of stock, has by many people been estimated at twenty millions; an estimation made in a great measure at random, and which, I apprehend, is as likely to be above as below the truth

    14. These estimations, I know very well, are not exact; but having been presented by so very respectable a body as approximations to the truth, they may, I apprehend, be considered as such

    15. In these particular branches of the excise, there is not, I apprehend, much more smuggling in the one country than in the other

    16. In this case, and I don’t really know if the story is true, a terrorist tried to escape custody by jumping into a river and a constable dove in after him to apprehend him

    17. Do not attempt to apprehend

    18. The patrol dogs always kept up and as soon as the suspect was found, the patrol dogs would be released to apprehend him

    19. That’s rather easy, guess, to apprehend,

    20. Not as though I had already attained, either were already perfect: but I follow after, if that I may apprehend that for which also I am apprehended of Christ Jesus

    21. actions you have to first apprehend me, conversely to fathom me you have to grasp

    22. only then will we be ready to apprehend what we

    23. that Christ does not have the ability to apprehend us

    24. know what it means to apprehend what God had

    25. is obliged to call for the help of the civil power, it is a sign, I apprehend, of its being a bad religion

    26. ecuted and convicted for a variety of offenses linked to their role in attempting to apprehend a Mexican drug smuggler

    27. “I almost hope that the conspiracy gives us the opportunity to apprehend a few of them, by attempting a strike at you here

    28. If we truly can apprehend him without a life being lost, I will consider it a miracle, though we will not ignore the possibility

    29. 1 Through faith and hospitality Rahab the harlot was saved; 2 for when spies were sent to Jericho by Jesus the son of Nun the king of the land knew that they had come to spy out his country and sent out men to apprehend those who they might be taken and put to death

    30. The federal police wanted to apprehend Dr Jacob Abraham for questioning relating to illegal drugs and their distribution both here and overseas

    31. The guards are on their way to apprehend you

    32. The subject is - after all - still out there, and I would very much like to apprehend him

    33. I know you have been sent to apprehend me, but you should understand that nothing will befall the Son of Man until his hour comes

    34. The agents of the Sanhedrin were present, but they feared to apprehend Jesus in the midst of his friends

    35. There were over 50 files containing names that the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal Investigators would love to apprehend

    36. They thought that the chief priests would seek to apprehend their Master early in the morning as no secular work was ever done after noon on the preparation day for the Passover

    37. They were trying to apprehend Captain Curra

    38. I had lost the power of speech, my head was going round in circles, trying to apprehend what my eyes had witnessed

    39. It’s a kind of war fought by unconventional means, so a country can’t use their normal approaches of fighting to apprehend these people

    40. He assured us that everything would be done to apprehend

    41. Those who roam the highways to uphold the law and apprehend speeders on the road have quite a challenge

    42. In addition, we all apprehend knowledge in our unique way because it must…” she paused, “must be referenced to the Fine Waves of one’s Identity

    43. That said, there is always a degree of distortion because no knowledge exists independent of those who have understood it, and we all apprehend knowledge in our unique way because it must…” she paused, “must be referenced to the Fine Waves of one’s Identity

    44. the look on his face when I apprehend him

    45. We’re not supposed to cause more horror to innocent bystanders than the perpetrators did to us, while trying to apprehend the perpetrators

    46. “We need to know from all the elders when the collectors are due at each settlement, once we have this information, we will call a war meeting of our captains, the collectors in our country will be our first strike, then we will attack the collectors of all of the other subject tribes, we shall strike at their supply lines where-ever we find them, this will force them to send out more patrols to apprehend us, we will kill them also, we expect no mercy and we take no prisoners, the slaves, if not Toltec, we free them or allow them to return to Teotihuacan, why should they be fed by us let them be a burden on our enemies, our best allies are terror and confusion, which we must spread among the Teoti in abundance, but first things first, we must have the timetable from the elders, we will send relatives to see them, that will allay any suspicion, mother can organise this, me and you Loka will meet with the captains one at a time and plan our separate surprises for the collectors, we want no heroics, no hand to hand nonsense, kill with the arrow and lance, officers first, strike hard and fast, this is a struggle for our very existence, we head the slaves back to Teotihuacan and melt into the country side, no celebrations, quick, clean, then gone

    47. “Patience mother, we have to make a decision, vengeance or a tactical play that will bolster the morale of our warriors, we can apprehend him and execute him whenever we choose, or we can use him against the Teoti, to answer Jodas and his concerns about the security of Bo-elon, I have warriors on full alert patrolling all the approaches to Bo-elon there is no way the enemy can approach unseen, which leads me to assume that the traitor hasn’t yet given our location to the Teoti

    48. 'What negotiations, Sir? And what if the press wants to know whether the fleet managed to apprehend this … Grobut?'

    49. Not that Saddlebrook would be sorely missed in the event of failure, but losing the opportunity to apprehend Grobut would most likely have a certain adverse effect on the Admiral's future career possibilities

    50. I have also informed him that Commander Veron has instructed you to not try to apprehend Grobut until the Ministry has received the coordinates of the Eryx, and the codes for the Tungan timer

    1. That spirit, besides, would necessarily diminish very much the dangers to liberty, whether real or imaginary, which are commonly apprehended from a standing army

    2. offending servant would have been apprehended long before he could cause any damage

    3. Addendum to the above: These (monstrous) atrocities call for a swift execution of Justice whereby the offending party or parties are quickly apprehended and taken into (martial) custody, properly arraigned, expeditiously brought to trial and adjudicated in conformance with rules of evidence

    4. It would be used as evidence if the attacker were ever apprehended

    5. He felt that the Universe was displaying itsówn brand of Justice, so he let the robber go when he could have easily apprehended him

    6. Not as though I had already attained, either were already perfect: but I follow after, if that I may apprehend that for which also I am apprehended of Christ Jesus

    7. Brethren, I count not myself to have apprehended: but this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before, I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus

    8. We were the first ship to reach the mouth of this river this spring and those huge ships of yours apprehended us almost at once

    9. brother he apprehended, and brought him out of Egypt

    10. have been apprehended for

    11. apprehended you for and be in constant contact with

    12. Apprehending what we have been Apprehended for

    13. what Christ had apprehended them for

    14. to get hold of what we have been apprehended for

    15. Christ has apprehended me for, I learned that He

    16. 38 And he bound Joacim and the nobles but Zaraces his brother he apprehended and brought him out of Egypt

    17. In him was life and the life is the light of men; And the light shines in the darkness and the darkness apprehended it not

    18. There is no information about him being apprehended

    19. The embezzling accountant, Emma Jones, was apprehended by the FBI

    20. with the news that Mark had been apprehended and was being interrogated at the Brisbane headquarters

    21. Wisdom looked on as the scene went to a police press conference where the Mayor and the Police Commissioner were congratulating the police officers who apprehended the notorious shooters that gunned down a local hood legend

    22. An alleged killer with ties to a major crime lord had been apprehended and was looking at five murder charges (Three for the Gates Avenue Massacre, and two for the Hung Sim case, with one of those murderers involving a narcotics agent)

    23. being apprehended by the long arm of the law

    24. Tighe hoped that Pon would soon be found and apprehended; meanwhile he would wait for Tar, and go to the citadel

    25. And Thomas continued preaching and baptizing until he was apprehended by the agents of the Roman government and was put to death in Malta

    26. Accordingly, at a meeting which was held the day before Jesus' departure for Capernaum, it was decided that he would have to be apprehended on a religious charge and be tried by the Sanhedrin

    27. The three were apprehended

    28. All drugs seized are kept as evidence and destroyed at the end of the trial of the apprehended

    29. They were convinced that Jesus must be apprehended, convicted, and executed as a religious offender, a violator of the cardinal teachings of the Jewish sacred law

    30. 'But he has disappeared, as so many have, whose fate one dares not conjecture, and I fear he has been apprehended by the spies of Constantius

    31. He brought them the good news that all of the vendors had been apprehended and their deadly cargoes disabled

    32. 6 The Pharisaic commissioners of the Jerusalem Sanhedrin were now almost convinced that Jesus must be apprehended on a charge of blasphemy or on one of flouting the sacred law of the Jews; wherefore their efforts to involve him in the discussion of, and possible attack upon, some of the traditions of the elders, or so-called oral laws of the nation

    33. 3 Time and again had this august body of Jewish leaders decreed that Jesus be apprehended and brought to trial on charges of blasphemy and numerous other accusations of flouting the Jewish sacred law

    34. 3 The officers of the Sanhedrin were given the orders for Jesus' arrest early the next morning, but with instructions that he must not be apprehended in public

    35. " When Judas heard this, he went forth from the presence of the chief priests and rulers and took counsel with the captain of the temple guards as to the manner in which Jesus was to be apprehended

    36. Barabbas was a noted political agitator and murderous robber, the son of a priest, who had recently been apprehended in the act of robbery and murder on the Jericho road

    37. His many friends either do not yet know of his night arrest and early morning trial or are in hiding lest they also be apprehended and adjudged worthy of death because they believe Jesus' teachings

    38. The mother is in stable condition, and the son was apprehended within minutes after the call for help was made

    39. Ellie Mae and Elvira were pleasantly surprised to find that the insurance companies paid large rewards for the return of stolen merchandise and larger rewards if the thieves were apprehended

    40. He told her that PC Terry Pugh had been shot dead by a sniper who had not been apprehended

    41. The date was when he was apprehended, three years earlier than me

    42. Ace and Stud as they are commonly known were apprehended a short while ago

    43. Unfortunately, for every creep that"s apprehended there are at least several more creeps still on the loose

    44. Lahey was initially apprehended in Ottawa International

    45. If apprehended by the police the child may be taken in for

    46. place to run to Vlad would certainly have been apprehended by

    47. Bronner was arrested a couple times for his activism – proof that many times the wrong people are apprehended

    48. died or was somehow apprehended and executed; fat chance of that

    49. apprehended her she laughed up a storm about how many humans she

    50. Within minutes, the police apprehended the snatcher

    1. apprehending the woman, and neither would I trust any of

    2. Its legalization and subsequent dispensation under the auspices of trained professionals operating in a controlled environment, provides a plausible counter-argument to costly efforts aimed at apprehending and bringing drug dealers to task; not to mention promoting cleaner, safer and healthier communities by eliminating criminal incentives and (profits) associated with its unlawful procurement

    3. Also, he was speaking about a pass, not apprehending her

    4. apprehending a truth in our heads and making the

    5. true that God's apprehending us is not of us—it is

    6. Apprehending what we have been Apprehended for


    8. apprehending reality, at least once, could he have known that he experienced deception, but

    9. While Senchak’s forces concentrate on your protection, the Brigade will concentrate on apprehending any conspirators who show themselves by striking at you

    10. “No conventional approach had proven effective at helping them, or preventing their activities, or apprehending them

    11. watertight system of thinking, or a way of apprehending reality

    12. It is strongly advised that WECTU, to the exclusion of all other activities, puts all its effort and resources into establishing and protecting the target, apprehending the leading members of this organisation, and recovering these weapons

    13. They"re very close to apprehending the murderous cat

    14. At least that witch wasn’t apprehending me

    15. This had been my choice by way of not apprehending the lesson in any other way

    16. There was no time to waste in the matter, for time was ticking slowly away, and his race against the clock would be vital in apprehending this murderer

    17. Wickland’s face filled with relief and excitement at the prospect of apprehending his most elusive and most mysterious nemesis

    18. He was an interesting character all around and one with whom Graisco had conferred on many occasions; after all, Cyril was still grateful for his assistance in apprehending the murderer of one of his favorite girls

    19. Liking what I heard, but not completely apprehending it, I asked

    20. Wayne was suspected to be in North Dakota; and reports said they were close to apprehending him

    21. The ones we would need in apprehending a killer anyway

    22. What we see as linear time is but one way of apprehending this emanation, which is useful for certain purposes but is a terrible distortion of what time really is

    23. Ingeborg, not understanding a word but apprehending a great objection, smiled benevolently and put the stockings away, and Ilse's legs went on being bare

    24. He wrote that apprehending this irritant

    25. A general alarm was given, through the police, for the apprehension of William, but we had small hope that anything would result from it, for at that time Carton's enemies controlled the police and I am not sure but that they would have been just a little more dilatory in apprehending one who had done Carton an injury than if it had been someone else

    26. So if you are apprehending an accident and trying to keep your child safe from any such incident you might actually be attracting such an incident to yourself!

    27. “That this House notes with concern the recent deaths of four women in the most dreadful fashion; that while the police have not publically made any announcement of the fact that a person is being held in custody it is unclear whether that person will be charged with these offences; that if such person is not to be charged what action are the police adopting with a view to apprehending the person or persons who are responsible; that there are views being expressed among the general public including the media that unless this case is speedily brought to a successful conclusion panic will spread throughout the community which will hinder further police actions; and therefore calls on the Government to take all responsible actions to assist the police in the apprehension of the person or persons responsible for these violent acts of criminality

    28. Already they are just waiting to pounce and crucify the Force for not apprehending this, what was it, monster, that some minister claimed was praying on women up and down the country

    29. And that meant that the vigilante groups that emerged onto the streets believed they were there to prevent further killings by apprehending the maniac who was still out there

    30. I could either sit on my hands and do nothing and perhaps have to write up more stories about more deaths, or I could try to do something that might be helpful in apprehending the killer

    31. If they were all mobilised with the single aim of apprehending a known and identifiable individual who had just hours before escaped from custody or eluded capture the chances are they would succeed, if not speedily then certainly within a reasonable time

    32. Apprehending their alignment with Indra, Vayu resolved to defend his king

    33. And the Information of that other particle becomes an integral part of apprehending its particle

    34. ' And by philosophers he explains himself to mean those who are capable of apprehending ideas, especially the idea of good

    35. Grasp the truth as a whole, I said, and in the right way; you will then have no difficulty in apprehending the preceding remarks, and they will no longer appear strange to you

    36. True, the planks were not so closely adjusted but that a hasty peep might be obtained through their interstices; but the strict decorum and rigid propriety of the inhabitants of the house left no grounds for apprehending that advantage would be taken of that circumstance

    37. This feeling was now even stronger than before; even less than before did he feel capable of apprehending the meaning of death, and its inevitability rose up before him more terrible than ever

    38. At such times as this, apprehending the grounds of her refusal to be her modest sense of incompetence in matters social and polite, he would say that she was wonderfully well-informed and versatile—which was certainly true, her natural quickness and her admiration for him having led her to pick up his vocabulary, his accent, and fragments of his knowledge, to a surprising extent

    39. In the rush of apprehending Jenks, it was the first time in the past few days that I had really thought about it

    40. I stood alone a long time, before apprehending Whittier’s approach

    41. Through this repulsive slang, Marius understood that gendarmes or the police had come near apprehending these two children, and that the latter had escaped

    42. Belatedly apprehending the danger, he turned to flee

    43. Adroitly D'Arnot led the conversation from point to point until the policeman had explained to the interested Tarzan many of the methods in vogue for apprehending and identifying criminals

    44. It was a rather cool evening, and some of his neighbors were apprehending a frost

    45. I trembled violently, apprehending some dreadful misfortune

    46. And they would be perfectly right if man were an unconscious and stationary being, incapable of apprehending the truth, and unable to advance to a higher state by means of it

    47. The gentleman prefaced his arguments by observing, "that it had latterly become the fashion to eulogize the Constitution of the United States; and that whenever he heard lavish encomiums applied to it, he could not help apprehending mischief

    48. The professed object was disbelieved, and the people, apprehending an invasion of their rights, removed from power the men who had voted for the army

    1. apprehends the exaggerations and abandons the moral

    2. apprehends objective reality, but the truth is that it can’t show us

    3. That Soul alone apprehends reality who has a steady perception of the

    4. apprehends that the life of persons working in the section is in danger he

    5. Primary mind a cognizer that principally apprehends the mere

    6. ently of its parts, its causes and the mind that apprehends it,

    7. It is the record of these rare moments in which one apprehends truth in things seen that the artist wishes to convey to others

    8. For youth all is reality in this world, and with justice, since it apprehends so vividly its images behind which a longer life makes one doubt whether there is any substance

    9. Even now Werner can hear a mechanical drumbeat thudding in the distance, first shift going down in the elevators as the owl shift comes up—all those boys with tired eyes and soot-stained faces rising in the elevators to meet the sun—and for a moment he apprehends a huge and terrible presence looming just beyond the morning

    10. Volkheimer switches off the light, and Werner apprehends something excruciating held at bay there in the darkness

    11. I, sir, have long been in the habit of venerating the constitution, and have often expressed my admiration at the wisdom of its provisions; and I really had hoped that I might have been indulged in these sentiments and prepossessions, and even the expression of them upon proper occasions, without exciting in the mind of any gentleman apprehensions of mischief; nor can I divine what species of mischief the gentleman apprehends from that cause

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