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1. The Martian was now disquieted.
2. The answer left him quite disquieted.
3. He inquired why he had been disquieted.
4. The husband, disquieted, dropped the cigar from the window.
5. Messages? Who from? Tom asked, disquieted by the direct.
6. He assured me that my long absence had disquieted him much, but he.
7. Loofah passed swiftly through, disquieted by an intimacy he did not share.

8. However, he got through with the disquieted creature, deposited her, and returned.
9. She could not feel that she had done wrong herself, but she was disquieted in every other way.
10. The man I followed was unquestionably under the influence of evil as just being near him disquieted my soul.
11. Natásha guessed they were talking about the old prince and planning something, and this disquieted and offended her.
12. He searched the wound on Frodo's shoulder with his fingers, and his face grew graver, as if what he learned disquieted him.
13. He entered upon the campaign without conviction or enthusiasm, deeply disquieted by the position of the French armies in Spain.
14. As she looked about her, that Christmas of 1871, the happiest Christmas the state had known in over ten years, she was disquieted.
15. And why are you so disquieted? And why is your understanding troubled, and the thoughts of your heart? 32 And I said, because you.
16. As they got closer, Jess was disquieted by the number of Oxford citizens who’d gathered at the gates: men, women, children of all ages.
17. She seemed stilled, almost alarmed, at what had occurred, while the novelty, unpremeditation, mastery of circumstance disquieted him—palpitating, contemplative being that he was.
18. He disquieted the French forces with his wonderful experiments in changing retreat into victory and in giving the revolutionaries the greatest arms deal between France and the Greater Syria.
19. But, for complementary reasons, it is almost equally difficult to advise a reduction of the figure well below 50%, unless the investor is disquieted in his own mind about the current market level, and will be satisfied also to limit his participation in any further rise to, say, 25% of his total funds.
20. And Samuel talked, and said to Saul, “Why have you disquieted me to bring me up?” Saul explains his distressed conditions, and how that God had departed from him, and Samuel said, “Wherefore then do you ask of me, seeing the Lord has departed from you and become your enemy?” And after a few reproofs, he informs Saul with the astonishing announcement, “Moreover, the Lord will deliver Israel with you into the hand of the Philistines; and tomorrow shall you and your sons be with me.
21. In that Parable I saw how a mighty quaking made the Heaven of heavens to quake and the host of the Most High and the angels a thousand thousands and ten thousand times ten thousand were disquieted with a great disquiet; And the Head of Days sat on the throne of His glory and the angels and the righteous stood around Him; And a great trembling seized me; And fear took hold of me; And my loins gave way; And my reins were dissolved; And I fell on my face; And Michael sent another angel from among the holy ones and he raised me up and when he had raised me up my spirit returned; for I had not been able to endure the look of this host and the commotion and the quaking of the heavens; And Michael said to me: 'Why are you disquieted with such a visione Until this day lasted the day of His mercy; and He has been merciful and long-suffering towards those who dwell on the Earth; And when the day and the power and the punishment and the judgement come which the Lord of Spirits has prepared for those who worship not the righteous law and for those who deny the righteous judgement and for those who take His name in vain-that day is prepared for the elect a covenant but for sinners an inquisition.
22. In that Parable I saw how a mighty quaking made the Heaven of heavens to quake, and the host of the Most High, and the angels, a thousand thousands and ten thousand times ten thousand, were disquieted with a great disquiet; And the Head of Days sat on the throne of His glory, and the angels and the righteous stood around Him; And a great trembling seized me; And fear took hold of me; And my loins gave way; And my reins were dissolved; And I fell on my face; And Michael sent another angel from among the holy ones and he raised me up, and when he had raised me up my spirit returned; for I had not been able to endure the look of this host, and the commotion and the quaking of the heavens; And Michael said to me: 'Why are you disquieted with such a visione Until this day lasted the day of His mercy; and He has been merciful and long-suffering towards those who dwell on the Earth; And when the day, and the power, and the punishment, and the judgement come, which the Lord of Spirits has prepared for those who worship not the righteous law, and for those who deny the righteous judgement, and for those who take His name in vain-that day is prepared, for the elect a covenant, but for sinners an inquisition.
1. It was a disquieting experience.
2. It ducked with a disquieting ease.
3. At times they heard disquieting laughter.
4. There was something disquieting about his behaviour.
5. With disquieting ease he shoved it back onto the rack.
6. As I was polishing it up, I had a disquieting thought.
7. It was very disquieting, so I went out to pick Jons brains.
8. There have been some very disquieting things happening here in the.
9. Despite the ‘happy’ ending, it was a most disquieting experience.
10. Jodie still found it disquieting that her thoughts could be read so easily.
11. He found their steady gaze disquieting, though there was no hostility in it.
12. His howls of despair as each unhappy hopeful was hustled out were disquieting.
13. He just remained quiet, but the way he looked at Fred was disquieting nonetheless.
14. One left them children but yesterday; today, one finds them disquieting to the feelings.
15. In the background, there was another disquieting development, but not many heard about it.
16. Some were only half the length of the longest, giving the thing a chaotic, disquieting look.
17. Rose later recalled that during this time, however, disquieting symptoms began to develop.
18. The white men also met with almost disquieting receptions if they ventured in the Quartier Fanti.
19. But it was her spirit, a something moving within, a something her, a something more that was disquieting her the most.
20. What was a surprise to her, although not disquieting, was her father's determination to no longer occupy her childhood home.
21. While he was having such unworthy thoughts, his job as a teacher kept him busy with all kinds of just as disquieting questions.
22. The tone of the young girl struck terror to Charles's heart, and he followed his terrible uncle, a prey to disquieting thoughts.
23. But a picture composed entirely of rich, rolling curves is too disquieting a thing to contemplate, and would become very irritating.
24. That name the hobbits only knew in legends of the dark past, like a shadow in the background of their memories; but it was ominous and disquieting.
25. There have been some very disquieting things happening here in the last few days that should be of concern to you and your village as well as your guests.
26. The wind was so nipping that the ivy-leaves had become wizened and gray, each tapping incessantly upon its neighbour with a disquieting stir of her nerves.
27. That locality was always vaguely disquieting, even in the broad glare of afternoon, and now I turned my head as though I had been warned of something behind.
28. Inside the limousine, Joel was leaning back against the leather head-rest of his seat, uneasily thinking about his last, disquieting glimpse of Kathy at the airport.
29. There was, indeed, something disquieting about the calm tranquility of its aspect, a suggestion of more than human knowledge, of a profound certitude beyond human assurance.
30. Was this another hallucination? What! Two days in succession! One hallucination might pass, but two hallucinations? The disquieting point about it was, that the shadow had assuredly not been a phantom.
31. There was a disquieting familiarity about that carven mask, and with something of a shock he realized what it was; there was a startling resemblance between it and the face of the girl lolling on the ebon couch.
32. This figure had also something fierce and disquieting about it, the whole shape was that of what was then called an elegant; the hat was of good shape, the coat black, well cut, probably of fine cloth, and well fitted in at the waist.
33. However painful it may be to me, should the Almighty lay the duties of wife and mother upon me I shall try to perform them as faithfully as I can, without disquieting myself by examining my feelings toward him whom He may give me for husband.
34. However painful it may be to me, should the Almighty lay the duties of wife and wife and mother upon me I shall try to perform them as faithfully as I can, without disquieting myself by examining my feelings toward him whom He may give me for husband.
35. While, taken as a whole, they may work out somewhat better in terms of overall return than the first-quality issues, they expose the owner to too many individual risks of untoward developments, ranging from disquieting price declines to actual default.
36. Had Mike Henderson beaten him, sending him off on this wild goose chase that would destroy his career and life? The thought was a disquieting one that caused restlessness: he twisted upon his seat and it gave way under him in a crash of charred planks.
37. One of the most disquieting developments of the period in which we write this revision has been the financial embarrassment—in plain words, bankruptcy or near-bankruptcy—of quite a few New York Stock Exchange firms, including at least two of considerable size.
38. She lost her fear of his betraying her taking Scarlett riding in his carriage, escorting her to danceables and bazaars and secret, but there always lurked in the back of her mind the disquieting memory that he had seen her at her worst and knew the truth about Ashley.
39. He had charged them with a disquieting light, and Balder could not rid himself of the thought that August had wanted to say something more to him than: Look what I can do! For the hundredth time he stared at the drawings and it was as if a needle had gone into his heart.
40. But latterly, when more and more disquieting reports came from the seat of war and Natasha’s health began to improve and she no longer aroused in him the former feeling of careful pity, an ever-increasing restlessness, which he could not explain, took possession of him.
41. But latterly, when more and more disquieting reports came from the seat of war and Natásha’s health began to improve and she no longer aroused in him the former feeling of careful pity, an ever-increasing restlessness, which he could not explain, took possession of him.
42. The rain scourged the timbers of the skiff incessantly, and its soft patter induced melancholy thoughts, and the wind whistled as it flew down into the boat's battered bottom through a rift, where some loose splinters of wood were rattling together—a disquieting and depressing sound.
43. Though I have recently entertained disquieting doubts of traveling to Spain for no other reason than the substitution of the peseta by the “euro”, I hope to do it, God willing, next summer, for, in reality, love for my land is infinitely stronger than my aversion to the “euro”.
44. Often she had suspected they were not thoughts at all but just feelings, and that depressed her, for it made her drop, she feared, to the level of the insect world and enter the category of things that were not going to be able to get to heaven; and to a bishop's daughter this was disquieting.
45. It was even more disquieting to discover that my other four travelling companions were young women from ‘good’ homes and the sort of schools where they wouldn’t have been allowed out the gates without panama hats at the correct angle, gloves, ties, blazers, neatly aligned stockings and polished shoes.
46. Thus, in spite of all his reserve and all his prudence, he had preserved the Bishop's candlesticks, worn mourning for him, summoned and interrogated all the little Savoyards who passed that way, collected information regarding the families at Faverolles, and saved old Fauchelevent's life, despite the disquieting insinuations of Javert.
47. To be Prince Equality, to bear in his own person the contradiction of the Restoration and the Revolution, to have that disquieting side of the revolutionary which becomes reassuring in governing power, therein lay the fortune of Louis Philippe in 1830; never was there a more complete adaptation of a man to an event; the one entered into the other, and the incarnation took place.
48. When he had done, instead of feeling better, calmer, more enlightened by his discourse, I experienced an inexpressible sadness; for it seemed to me—I know not whether equally so to others—that the eloquence to which I had been listening had sprung from a depth where lay turbid dregs of disappointment—where moved troubling impulses of insatiate yearnings and disquieting aspirations.
49. All around this deserted and disquieting labyrinth, in the quarters where the Parisian circulation had not been annihilated, and where a few street lanterns still burned, the aerial observer might have distinguished the metallic gleam of swords and bayonets, the dull rumble of artillery, and the swarming of silent battalions whose ranks were swelling from minute to minute; a formidable girdle which was slowly drawing in and around the insurrection.
50. As he was on the point of mounting the staircase, he perceived, on the other side of the boulevard, near the deserted wall skirting the Rue De la Barriere-des-Gobelins, Jondrette, wrapped in the "philanthropist's" great-coat, engaged in conversation with one of those men of disquieting aspect who have been dubbed by common consent, prowlers of the barriers; people of equivocal face, of suspicious monologues, who present the air of having evil minds, and who generally sleep in the daytime, which suggests the supposition that they work by night.
51. The gardener was mowing the lawn, and one of the smells was of the cut grass; Miss Entwhistle had been out for a walk, and found some windflowers and some lovely bright green moss, and put them in a bowl; the doctor had brought a little bunch of violets out of his garden; the afternoon sun lay beautifully on the hills across the river; the river slid past the end of the garden tranquilly; and Miss Entwhistle, pouring out Lucy's tea and buttering her toast, felt that she could at that moment very nearly have been happy, in spite of its being The Willows she was in, if there hadn't, in the background, brooding over her day and night, been that very odd and disquieting silence of Everard's.
1. My father is still alive, though dying with anxiety to hear of his eldest son, and he prays God unceasingly that death may not close his eyes until he has looked upon those of his son; but with regard to him what surprises me is, that having so much common sense as he had, he should have neglected to give any intelligence about himself, either in his troubles and sufferings, or in his prosperity, for if his father or any of us had known of his condition he need not have waited for that miracle of the reed to obtain his ransom; but what now disquiets me is the uncertainty whether those Frenchmen may have restored him to liberty, or murdered him to hide the robbery.

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1. They joined him, sharing his disquiet.
2. His disquiet sat heavily on his shoulders.
3. With a shudder of disquiet, the grownups.
4. Vague disquiet accompanied Jaume the rest of his day.
5. Robert sat through the discussion with increasing disquiet.
6. This is the only peace after which there is no disquiet, and it can be.
7. John Baret evidently shared his disquiet but Sir Hugh was in his element.
8. Peteru had been watching the petting and whispered exchange with disquiet.
9. I am far from happy, Miss Havisham; but I have other causes of disquiet than.
10. But it is something, to have no longer, God willing, either disquiet or distress.
11. He fell asleep on the bench; but his mental disquiet continued through his slumbers.
12. Even behind the glass the noise was deafening, and the watcher felt a sense of disquiet.
13. But slowly her consciousness increased, and the comfort faded, replaced by a growing disquiet.
14. If there is danger, they should at least let us know but until now, it is still disquiet above.
15. The manager of the museum saw some disquiet on my face and he asked if I had not enjoyed the collection.
16. Wilson’s disquiet was justified when the police officer turned around and headed northeast out of London.
17. He could see his new course took Pine by surprise and his face was suddenly occupied with other thoughts of disquiet.
18. Lord of hosts is his name: he shall throughly plead their cause, that he may give rest to the land, and disquiet the inhabitants of.
19. With a mother's instinct Mrs Clare had put her finger on the kind of trouble that would cause such a disquiet as seemed to agitate her.
20. But that was so firm that even Decoud's appearance in Sulaco, and his intimacy with the Goulds and the Avellanos, did not disquiet him.
21. I surveyed it all with disquiet and was about to trudge upstairs when I noticed a fine-blowing litter on the floor of the circling horse race.
22. My self-love was triumphant, and I cast a proud glance at the civil officials who were whispering among themselves, with an air of disquiet and discontent.
23. Yet Estella was so inseparable from all my restlessness and disquiet of mind, that I really fell into confusion as to the limits of my own part in its production.
24. But it wasn’t just the rising temperatures he wanted to avoid—it appeared that he didn’t want to confront the growing disquiet being felt within the Congress.
25. Now however my soul was filled with disquiet for what would take place within this hidden realm as those above coveted to have control of it even as King Solomon once had.
26. I cannot exaggerate the enhanced disquiet into which this conversation threw me, or the special and peculiar terror I felt at Compeyson's having been behind me like a ghost.
27. My journey had been my own suggestion, and Elizabeth therefore acquiesced, but she was filled with disquiet at the idea of my suffering, away from her, the inroads of misery and grief.
28. Since you ask, said Algar, leaning forward, there has been some disquiet voiced of late about your recent performance, and some colleagues have suggested that it is time you had a change.
29. This kind of disquiet had plagued him since childhood, and here it was again today – no less intense than the fateful day almost thirty years earlier – the day Philip had been taken from him.
30. But as soon as he closed them he saw before him the dreadful face of the factory lad- especially dreadful because of its simplicity- and the faces of the murderers, even more dreadful because of their disquiet.
31. But as soon as he closed them he saw before him the dreadful face of the factory lad—especially dreadful because of its simplicity—and the faces of the murderers, even more dreadful because of their disquiet.
32. Dorian shifted in front of the fireplace, and I turned to him instantly—and felt a small disquiet as I realized that Worth had done the same thing, with as much attention reflected in her body as I felt in mine.
33. Modesty and disquiet compelled her to choose the one-piece over a bikini but it was a striking black number, with a lace effect around the neck and midriff that allowed a veiled glimpse of both cleavage and waistline.
34. Nothing but such a persuasion could have prevented his putting an end to an engagement, which, long before the discovery of it laid him open to his mother's anger, had been a continual source of disquiet and regret to him.
35. Off balance in two ways, the weight of the thing being one, Unitarian practice another, the reverend clenched the book but did not open it, fearing that some lost chapter or verse might leap to disquiet his mind and capsize the ceremony.
36. The two wisely said nothing, for they both knew how intimidating the penthouse could be to some people, and they also knew that only time and Joel would be able to overcome whatever fears and disquiet Miss Meadows was experiencing, if he chose to do so.
37. And in those days Enoch received books of zeal and anger and writings of disquiet and expulsion; And mercy shall not be accorded to them says the Lord of Spirits; And in those days a whirlwind carried me off from the Earth; And set me down at the end of the heavens.
38. And in those days Enoch received books of zeal and anger, and writings of disquiet and expulsion; And mercy shall not be accorded to them, says the Lord of Spirits; And in those days a whirlwind carried me off from the Earth; And set me down at the end of the heavens.
39. Far off the shadows of Sauron hung; but torn by some gust of wind out of the world, or else moved by some great disquiet within, the mantling clouds swirled, and for a moment drew aside; and then he saw, rising black, blacker and darker than the vast shades amid which it stood, the cruel pinnacles and iron crown of the topmost tower of Barad-dyr.
40. He bathed, wondering what his next step should be, he dressed very slowly in his best clothing, he dabbed on cologne and waxed the ends of his white mustache, he left the bedroom, and from the secondfloor hallway he saw the beautiful child in her uniform catching the ball with the grace that had made him tremble on so many Saturdays but this morning did not disquiet him in the least.
41. The happiness of his own chosen English home, the necessity of being always actively employed, the swift changes and troubles of the time which had followed on one another so fast, that the events of this week annihilated the immature plans of last week, and the events of the week following made all new again; he knew very well, that to the force of these circumstances he had yielded:--not without disquiet, but still without continuous and accumulating resistance.
42. It seems, in fact, as though there existed in certain men a veritable bestial instinct, though pure and upright, like all instincts, which creates antipathies and sympathies, which fatally separates one nature from another nature, which does not hesitate, which feels no disquiet, which does not hold its peace, and which never belies itself, clear in its obscurity, infallible, imperious, intractable, stubborn to all counsels of the intelligence and to all the dissolvents of reason, and which, in whatever manner destinies are arranged, secretly warns the man-dog of the presence of the man-cat, and the man-fox of the presence of the man-lion.
43. In that Parable I saw how a mighty quaking made the Heaven of heavens to quake and the host of the Most High and the angels a thousand thousands and ten thousand times ten thousand were disquieted with a great disquiet; And the Head of Days sat on the throne of His glory and the angels and the righteous stood around Him; And a great trembling seized me; And fear took hold of me; And my loins gave way; And my reins were dissolved; And I fell on my face; And Michael sent another angel from among the holy ones and he raised me up and when he had raised me up my spirit returned; for I had not been able to endure the look of this host and the commotion and the quaking of the heavens; And Michael said to me: 'Why are you disquieted with such a visione Until this day lasted the day of His mercy; and He has been merciful and long-suffering towards those who dwell on the Earth; And when the day and the power and the punishment and the judgement come which the Lord of Spirits has prepared for those who worship not the righteous law and for those who deny the righteous judgement and for those who take His name in vain-that day is prepared for the elect a covenant but for sinners an inquisition.
44. In that Parable I saw how a mighty quaking made the Heaven of heavens to quake, and the host of the Most High, and the angels, a thousand thousands and ten thousand times ten thousand, were disquieted with a great disquiet; And the Head of Days sat on the throne of His glory, and the angels and the righteous stood around Him; And a great trembling seized me; And fear took hold of me; And my loins gave way; And my reins were dissolved; And I fell on my face; And Michael sent another angel from among the holy ones and he raised me up, and when he had raised me up my spirit returned; for I had not been able to endure the look of this host, and the commotion and the quaking of the heavens; And Michael said to me: 'Why are you disquieted with such a visione Until this day lasted the day of His mercy; and He has been merciful and long-suffering towards those who dwell on the Earth; And when the day, and the power, and the punishment, and the judgement come, which the Lord of Spirits has prepared for those who worship not the righteous law, and for those who deny the righteous judgement, and for those who take His name in vain-that day is prepared, for the elect a covenant, but for sinners an inquisition.

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