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  1. Your imprint in the world.
  2. Maybe what you saw was an imprint.
  3. Patty lifted the pen to read the imprint:.
  4. My back and buttocks wore the imprint of his.
  5. Her finger reached a small imprint of a forest.

  6. Clara started to refuse, but the imprint of her.
  7. Published by Point, an imprint of Scholastic Inc.
  8. The slap stung, producing a perfect imprint of her hand.
  9. That silk cushion bears the imprint of some one's hips.
  10. We want to imprint into the baby’s conscious and subcon-.
  11. Sendak himself needed to imprint the memory chips with the.
  12. The ground is rutted with the imprint of old tractor wheels.
  13. Imprint/s There are two types of imprint: imprints of actions.
  14. Q: Is there any trace, or imprint, of the beyond on conscious-.
  15. On a tablet of that time, was found a picture imprint of a human.

  16. Humans have a tendency to try to imprint their will on the markets.
  17. Everywhere the creature’s foot had landed it left an imprint that.
  18. SALE and put a stamp on the imprint page, because it has come to our.
  19. This imprint stayed on Court's eyeballs as he climbed and jinked away.
  20. She was no longer plastic clay, yielding imprint to each new experience.
  21. Warner's iPublish imprint offered it as an e-book, where it hit the top.
  22. Because home is the power of parents to imprint good impulses in the child.
  23. Even after he pulled away, she could still fill their imprint on her skin.
  24. He left an imprint of heat behind, reminding her just how chilled she felt.
  25. You will find that the effort made to imprint the sentence on your memory.

  26. Another console, plus one checking the imprint of a hand, were next to the.
  27. As I did so I passed the patch of mud on which I had seen the huge imprint.
  28. Its memory was like a living imprint of those great years, minute by minute.
  29. You know the weather when the wheels imprint themselves upon the dirty road.
  30. Once we have an imprint of an action in our mind, it tends to be habit-forming.
  31. Every incarnation leaves an indelible energy imprint on this spectacular world.
  32. Knopf, an imprint of The Knopf Doubleday Group, a division of Random House, LLC.
  33. Sometimes I visit Jane in my dreams and leave her with a memory, an imprint, of me.
  34. Billy can feel the imprint of gravel on his cheek, can taste worm earth on his teeth.
  35. His eyes follow the motion of the light, but it’s the shadows that imprint themselves.
  36. Na Chahiye Soi Shahanshah’ – The surface of mind which bears the imprint of illusion.
  37. Then, you simply forward the sales to the company, they imprint the materials, and ship.
  38. When you al ow this negative imprint to be in your body it natural y starts.
  39. The havtrol’s stomp echoed in the quiet hallway and left a deep imprint in the stone floor.
  40. Taking a closer look, he noticed the scar was an imprint of a crucifix as though he was branded.
  41. Atlai tried to ignore his worries but the horror of his childhood left a deep imprint on his soul.
  42. But the echoes of His footsteps still roamed in His Land, each grain of sand carried His imprint.
  43. Actually, in this case what happens is that you leave an imprint in your mind to get angry again.
  44. She hurried along, tracking the elders’ path by the imprint of their thought-flashes in the air.
  45. These moments were really memorable for me which imprint the mellifluous scent of love in my heart.
  46. What is worth thinking about is this, Is there a spiritual imprint upon the biological process?
  47. Whenever we engage in any action, the karmic imprint of that action is established in our consciousness.
  48. The best of schoolmasters will not imprint on their minds as much as they will pick up at your fireside.
  49. She could see where Cristian had lain from the imprint on the sheets and her cell phone sitting on the bed.
  50. This stone keeps leaving an imprint in your present and blocks you from your best potential, Aahla said.
  51. There is a supreme and just logic to karma, since everything we think, say, and do forms an imprint on the mind.
  52. In the grass at the entrance to her bower she saw the imprint of his body where he had lain all night to guard her.
  53. Imprint into your brain the following, and do it by repeating it at least 17 times over the course of today please.
  54. He slapped the boy’s face so hard that the imprint of his hand was visible in seconds, red against the white skin.
  55. First published in the UK 2014 by Macmillan, an imprint of Pan Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited.
  56. Establish the energetic imprint of peak physical health and immune building so that viruses simply won‘t gain entry.
  57. As the GlobalMind evolves its cultures of consciousness, these will imprint themselves upon those who become its mirrors.
  58. The karmic imprint will then continue to be carried in the consciousness until the conditions are right for it to ripen.
  59. It’s an experience that overwhelms the emotions and soul; and it leaves an indelible imprint in the person’s memory.
  60. If you wanted to keep a record of the fights in one week, the best way to imprint it on the calendar was with a shotgun.
  61. Evil besides (which I must still believe to be the lethal side of man) had left on that body an imprint of deformity and decay.
  62. A karmic seed or imprint is never lost, regardless of the time between an action and the ripening or experiencing of the result.
  63. These mentioned studies flatly show that what our media and television, shows put an imprint on our lives and how many of us act.
  64. But that automatically means that you cannot preserve any set of values, or culture, and try to imprint it onto the younger generation.
  65. The traumatic legacy of 25,000,000 years of volcanoes can be seen in the psychological imprint it has made upon the culture of our species.
  66. He threw the portrait down to the floor and tried to trample it, but Cristian shoved him back, crashing into the wall and leaving an imprint.
  67. Everything from the table napkins to the silver, china, and glass bore that imprint of newness found in the households of the newly married.
  68. We are used to seeing our physical appearance as it is, but it is just a projection, an imprint of a short moment of our Eternal Existence.
  69. We believe that the assassins might have disguised their psionic imprint while casting the spell, to prevent their identification by that method.
  70. However, he did not let her fall, but took advantage of the support of the handrail to imprint a kiss upon her lips—lips in the day-time scorned.
  71. Oh the Romans tried to imprint their own religion on this country, but this land was pagan long before the Romans landed, that the Vikings discovered.
  72. He stepped away from the link, half stumbling, and felt the shape of the mind-cane imprint itself on the palm of his hand where his grip had tightened.
  73. Based on the positive mind stream imprint of generosity, I will tend to act generously again – thereby further conditioning my mind toward generosity.
  74. When I think of the handful of great leaders who have left a lifetime imprint upon this institution’s very being, you are in the forefront of that group.
  75. I never saw a female employee in any of those outlets; maybe it was in case the devil rum might imprint subtle Bacchanalian messages on their tender souls.
  76. By the imprint of a finger-nail on a piece of parchment, it recognizes the difference which separates the Jewry of the Judengasse from the Jewry of the Ghetto.
  77. For both virtuous and non-virtuous actions, once a deed is performed, and the imprint or seed left on the consciousness, it will continue to increase in its strength.
  78. There was a body imprint in the snow where the sniper had lain to take his shot, one single shot that hit Terry Pugh dead centre in his chest, killing him instantly.
  79. His sister Tia, until this day still has the imprint of the scar that Sonja gave her when she tried to get at Sonja in the tenth grade for supposedly stealing her boyfriend.
  80. There a native boatman pulled alongside in a dugout canoe and sold Dillon a silver sword hilt bearing the imprint of characters engraved with a cutting tool known as a burin.
  81. Inhuman screams sounded out that would have chilled even the stoutest of souls, but I kept walking, sure of my Creator’s authority even as I felt His living imprint within me.
  82. Not only that, he saw a categorization of his feelings, a name and label for many of them, the map and imprint of language on his thoughts, and symbols describing his inner self.
  83. On soil where an imprint of the track may be left, this manoeuvre possesses, among other advantages, that of deceiving the huntsmen and the dogs, by throwing them on the wrong scent.
  84. The man smiled, then swung his right fist without warning, hitting her on the left cheek and making her head snap around again, leaving a reddish imprint that started at once to swallow.
  85. New clean bedlinen, additional odours, the presence of a human form, female, hers, the imprint of a human form, male, not his, some crumbs, some flakes of potted meat, recooked, which he removed.
  86. At the present time, most large enterprises are controlled by diverse shareholders through joint-stock companies, and thus the businesses lack the imprint of the personality of the original founder.
  87. According to the philosophical texts, the karmic imprint of ignorance is what causes the appearance of inherent existence, and the karmic seed is what ripens to cause the grasping at that appearance.
  88. The financial troubles of electric and gas utilities in the 1930s were traceable almost 100% to financial excesses and mismanagement, which left their imprint clearly on the companies’ capitalization structures.
  89. Many of the dead lay with eyes still open, staring at the sky with such a look of horror on their faces that it must surely have been the imprint of the fear they had been made to feel in their last moments of life.
  90. He examined the dark foliage around him, the place marked by the stag's perspiration and yesterday's dung, the imprint of the stag's knees, the bit of black earth it had kicked up, and his own footprints of the day before.
  91. If he was angered, Brumvack wasn’t above smacking someone with that club in a way light enough to do little real damage, but hard enough to leave a red welt and the imprint of those three circles across a troll’s backside.
  92. Your mind will immediately process this visualization as a real event due to the amount of sensations, emotions, and feelings attached to it and will imprint it in your memory as an episode of your life that it considers real.
  93. The love potion that the slave traders create have had all genetic information that might make a person fixate on the person who generated the tears removed, leaving them to imprint on the first person they see, smell, and touch.
  94. Your spirit and soul use your body to interact with the physical world, so my understanding of memories, is that experiences that we have are imprinted chemically in the brain, and so there's a chemical imprint left from experiences.
  95. In his minds eye Ben could see the imprint of the photo; the image of two ecstatically happy people holding a baby, Ben wasn’t stupid that didn’t look like a sibling photo but then what was he to know, he was an only child after all.
  96. The imprint of a well-known publishing house was on the wrapping paper, and in her hand was a letter from the same firm, thanking her for the privilege of examining the sketches and regretting that they were not fitted to their immediate needs.
  97. And what of the triangular dentition that illustrated the combination of the scroll as its centerpiece? The one that merely had an imprint of a small hand etched into the center, the four pieces making up a perfect triangle that pointed downward.
  98. A handkerchief—no, a glove! He stooped, picked it up, and, as though in defiance of the bolder odors of heavier scent that hung in the air, a faint breath like an appeal came from the bit of suède which held still the imprint of a woman’s hand.
  99. It’s a shame I didn’t think to clean the heads of the recorder, as there are 78 rpms by Memphis Minnie or Charlie Patton that have better fidelity, but there is enough of an imprint on the oxide to show that we weren’t entirely deluding ourselves.
  100. If you do this regularly, every night if possible, using different stories however always based on the same life goal, you will imprint in your memory a fully explored and totally real parallel life comfortable to your mind and safe to your survival system.
  1. Thanks to this imprinting, he is in.
  2. She can feel the hardness of grass imprinting.
  3. Only a shape is transmitted in the process of imprinting.
  4. It cracks the glass, imprinting broken rings in the windshield.
  5. I slapped into his front, imprinting the lewd picture on his stomach.
  6. Because of his imprinting, he found the biologically produced smells the most.
  7. This alone wil have a positive impact on my old negative imprinting.
  8. Ironically, Gerrid's unusually recent synaptic imprinting may have aroused suspicion.
  9. The analogy of a seal imprinting wax may be helpful in understanding the overall process.
  10. This is a great practice to clear non-‐truthful negative imprinting that is.
  11. Childhood imprinting of not feeling good about her body has created a negative association.
  12. Each time an experience occurs similar to the first experience, it will further reinforce this imprinting.
  13. The bailiff entered with a solemn expression, carrying the heavy cast-iron imprinting seal, which he placed at the right end of my father’s bench.
  14. The closest it has ever come to obtaining a body was by imprinting a full copy of itself in Mac as an unformed fetus while it possessed her mother.
  15. This was done by imprinting children with moral codes and instilling a fear of authority that shaped them into law- abiding and hard-working citizens.
  16. He drew rein, and as they slowed he was on the point of imprinting the desired salute, when, as if hardly yet aware of her own modesty, she dodged aside.
  17. It is the exclamation, the bursting of pipes, the change of simple into complex, the release of ratios and relations, the imprinting of existence upon the Void.
  18. Before she’d left, early this morning, she’d kissed his cheek as he slept, imprinting the knowledge of her whereabouts in his thoughts where he could not miss it when he woke.
  19. If all subatomic matter in the world is interacting constantly with this ambient ground-state energy field, the subatomic waves of the [zero point] field are constantly imprinting a record of the shape of everything.
  20. Your Kelvan imprinting gave you the ability to process a great deal more information than the average human and consequently, when you plugged into this machine, you tapped into not only the group of hostages here, but you tapped into a.
  21. Suddenly, the void shone a bright light, striking Justice in the stomach and imprinting his image into the doors like a woodcut, where he remained forever, and the light spread across the universe faster than time itself, and everything turned white.
  22. So anyway, the ten strands are not active at the moment, but if they were to be activated, they would fuse together with the two already active strands and enhance your abilities by imprinting an operational coding, and you, in turn, would become a multi-dimensional Being.
  23. These labels-identities were inflicted on each person at birth: imprinting people with a prefabricated identity, a prefabricated self-image, a pre-destined function-role in their society… giving them no chance to grow up and freely develop and discover their own personality; because the name they were given had nothing to do with their own individual uniqueness.
  24. The young registration clerk, who had danced with the lady in the blue scarf through all the figures and through all the five quadrilles which they had danced that evening, played the same prank the whole time: that is, he dropped a little behind his partner, seized the end of her scarf, and as they crossed over succeeded in imprinting some twenty kisses on the scarf.
  25. The reason why they can’t find an answer to why the other person left is because after committing their crimes: after imprinting negative thoughts and feelings into only one of a couple in love… these sneaky, filthy hiding rotten dead scum leave, they disappear from the scene of the crime: their evil filthy deed is done: they don’t have to hang around; they have successfully poisoned another romance, another budding love, nipping it in the earliest stages of its growth.
  26. Once I pass'd through a populous city imprinting my brain for future use with its shows, architecture, customs, traditions,.
  1. The imprinted cuckoo infant will.
  2. This behaviour is imprinted deep.
  3. Imprinted on the fabric of eternity.
  4. She imprinted on you, Glor said.
  5. Bafflement was imprinted upon his face.
  6. The tension at Moorhen had imprinted the.
  7. His face was imprinted with a red boot mark.
  8. Section Two Name to be imprinted on Certificates.
  9. Everyone is imprinted with that answer from birth.
  10. The press doesn’t have to read what is imprinted.
  11. He eats her up, teeth marks imprinted on her nipple.
  12. Energy Enhancement Video Course is imprinted with the.
  13. Allys could see the worry imprinted on his countenance.
  14. I can't help it that I imprinted on him when I was six.
  15. He imprinted all the magic onto a young, unhatched dragon.
  16. Zillions of metal coins with a head imprinted only on one side.
  17. When the wax solidifies, the mark stays, imprinted in the wax.
  18. Yet these impressions will be imprinted on the spirit unconsciously.
  19. The Bible says that He has you imprinted on the palms of His hands.
  20. With the current scene imprinted in my mind, I could've run forever.
  21. An enormous three-toed track was imprinted in the soft mud before us.
  22. Marcus saw the name imprinted on the cover and took it from our hands.
  23. Thus the verses be a reminding that reminds it of what was imprinted on it.
  24. I’ve seen men who died of fright with fear still imprinted on their faces.
  25. As I watched the murder of my father unfold, a memory imprinted on my brain.
  26. It has imprinted on your child and is now useless to me, the vendor said.
  27. You are allowing your old imprinted perceptions and beliefs to create.
  28. They forged my signature by using a rubber stamp with my signature imprinted on it.
  29. Just the feeling of being a newborn, a pure soul just waiting to be imprinted upon.
  30. The images were imprinted on his mind, and sometimes he saw them again in his dreams.
  31. Won’t such demeanor get imprinted in the minds of those who espy that visage then!.
  32. Records imprinted on the zero point field are the ‘Akashic records’ of metaphysicists.
  33. The MPs he had passed earlier at the diner would have had his mug imprinted on their genes.
  34. Those experiences, when she had thought she was dying, were indelibly imprinted in her mind.
  35. He read it over and over until he knew it by heart and the words were imprinted on his brain.
  36. The images of the man and the events of those times remained vividly imprinted in his memory.
  37. Opening a drawer, Holland pulled out a laminated card with Gonzalez’s photo imprinted on it.
  38. Fifteen years old was imprinted in every feature of her face and every motion of her body.
  39. It was a terrifying spectacle, one that would be imprinted on his mind for the rest of his life.
  40. Imprinted along the exterior were several inscriptions and markings in a language foreign to him.
  41. As the woman stared Lola felt mesmerised by the eerie expression imprinted on the woman’s face.
  42. I was a victim of sexual abuse from my father’s mother and imprinted with a great lust at age 7.
  43. For when this question is raised to the conscious mind, imprinted, and then used on a daily basis.
  44. It was a low gray building hewn from sea stone, with shells and coral fossils imprinted in the rock.
  45. God are imprinted in their thoughts, desires, and inclinations, thereby influencing the character of.
  46. Page after page of the finest vellum were imprinted with indelible ink faster than the eye could blink.
  47. He therefore became worthy of reciting the perfection and knowledge that had been imprinted on his spirit.
  48. He clutched tightly a very old plaque imprinted with Employee of the Year followed by a far distant year.
  49. Most all of our do comes from practice, only the inherent ability of this organic structure has been imprinted.
  50. But the picture of the boys had imprinted itself on their memories, and they were continually coming back to it.
  51. The boys would have had this practice imprinted upon their minds and consciences as one of their earliest memories.
  52. Jai thought about his shriveling stomach and the wreath of flames imprinted on his mind whenever he closed his eyes.
  53. He contemplated that gigantic sear which stamped heroism on that countenance upon which God had imprinted goodness.
  54. Once Op14 had entered the strings of code imprinted on his mind, the unit enabled direct access to the monitor system.
  55. Lots of guys like to wear shirts that are imprinted with their favorite bands, sports team, or even movie characters.
  56. He was roundabout forty and looked some years older with the few new wrinkles and weathered look imprinted on his face.
  57. A chivalrous spirit indeed! I retired with Ilusha, and that scene is a family record imprinted for ever on Ilusha's soul.
  58. Imprinted there just as indelibly as the tattoo each of them carried, it too, is a reminder saying, Never forget!.
  59. A new behavioral program is now imprinted upon our child forever marking her with a fear of self-expression, and loss of safety.
  60. I was part of the first group of children whose entire educational experience was imprinted with an armed officer in every school.
  61. I think I know enough just from this, Ava said, She was doing it for her year, she wanted to be sure she imprinted all of it.
  62. By its passion to God and its continuous staring at Him, that Godly perfection will be imprinted on it and it becomes colored with it.
  63. The environment in which our children are born and raised and the tendencies created thereof will definitely be imprinted in their minds.
  64. Screens came alive with firing options imprinted in a language that hadn’t been seen since the great flood had transpired on the world above.
  65. If there’s intense pleasure associated with it, or intense pain, it’s more deeply imprinted; and if it’s repeated, it imprints even more.
  66. Sensuously, she wove her body to the music; the old habit of movement imprinted so deeply on her mind that she didn’t even have to think about it.
  67. So, when the deeds man performed in this life be shown to him, the spirit will mind them, that is to say it will mind what had been imprinted on it.
  68. In earth-heavy planes, when the symbolism becomes so dense as to become completely interweaved with the imprinted material, we call it 'technology'.
  69. Maximilian uttered a cry of delight, and, springing forwards, seized the hand extended towards him, and imprinted on it a fervent and impassioned kiss.
  70. Through its passion for God and its continuous staring at Him, this Godly Perfection will be imprinted on the spirit so that it becomes colored with it.
  71. Next, his right foot imprinted its sole on the black taffeta of a skirt which certainly had never before undergone a similar outrage in a similar place.
  72. Ellen positioned the object between her fingers, and then stuck out her left hand so he could read the name imprinted on top of the object’s metallic lid.
  73. This admiration and spiritual submission causes reflecting of what is folded in the preceding spirits to be imprinted on the pages of the appreciating ones.
  74. Mori still had only that one pair of brown boots with the Japanese manufacturer’s mark imprinted in the sole, and there was no mark in the impressed snow.
  75. The ceiling was made of timber beams, whereas back home, a rich man’s ceiling would be covered with terra cotta tiles, each imprinted with a pleasing image.
  76. I was imprinted with this lust, not by choice, and then beaten over the head severely for using it; imprinted very dramatically with frustration, fear, and pain.
  77. The effect of the destruction, the image of the almost divine Elf condemning them, would be imprinted on the psyches of the escaping Naud ships' crews for all time.
  78. But what was different, was that the smile carried earlier was now imprinted permanently upon my face, and in recognition of that, he mustered somewhat of a smile himself.
  79. That volley of grape-shot can be seen to-day imprinted on the ancient gable of a brick building on the right of the road at a few minutes' distance before you enter Genappe.
  80. The corded tassel of an embroidered cushion is imprinted on Billy's cheek and his ear lobe hurts where it has been bent back by the awkward angle that his head has been lying at.
  81. If you were raised to feel worthless as a human, then you will seek out a lifestyle that will reflect this subconscious program you were imprinted with during your formative years.
  82. If you study comparative cultures, you will find that all… and i do mean all cultures… have this belief imprinted into the souls of their members; that they are better than anyone else.
  83. It was a sort of club, a meeting place for those who had one thing in common: they had never been born, they were retrieved at the point of death (during the war) and imprinted onto a clone.
  84. Every room, corner, and niche he passed or caught a glimpse of, had the stamp of Kathy’s personality imprinted all over it, with the products of her artistry scattered all around her home.
  85. After that, God wanted to show us the state of the believer who has become colored with a stain of perfection and virtue and the right was imprinted on the surface of his pure and clean spirit.
  86. She thereupon turned round and lifted her face to his, and remained like a marble term while he imprinted a kiss upon her cheek—half perfunctorily, half as if zest had not yet quite died out.
  87. The painful thoughts of the mauling and lacerations were indelibly imprinted on the darkest recesses of his mind, however with the use of the red crystals, treatment had now become much easier.
  88. The rich and fatty couple loaded down with bags imprinted with designer logos? Or the older, more athletic pair, dressed ostentatiously, sipping lattes as they wandered along the avenues of gluttony.
  89. Next, God wanted to show us the state of the believer who has become colored with the stain of perfection and virtue and upon the surface of whose pure and clean spirit righteousness has been imprinted.
  90. Who took his imaginary fantasy and imprinted it so deeply into the fabric of our culture that we cannot imagine a society without his fallacies and platitudes being upheld as sacred unquestioned Gospel.
  91. But it clearly was not for the last food drive before she came, a year ago, because the food was in a grocery bag imprinted with the name of a chain of groceries that had been out of business for many years.
  92. There are moments in which things are defined—where tragedies can be opened, where wounds can be sewn shut, where memories can be forever imprinted into the minds of people whom certain events have impacted.
  93. He had hoped that he might see a few cyclists; the brief glimpse of the three cyclists along the sea wall was imprinted on his brain and he felt that if he saw them again on their bikes he would recognise them.
  94. Barrons theorizes Isla was spared because the sentient evil of the Sinsar Dubh imprinted itself on her unprotected fetus, made a complete second copy of itself inside the unborn Mac and deliberately released her.
  95. Mias off to work outfit was a pair of cut off faded blue jeans, a black sleeveless T-shirt with half inch white lettering imprinted in the shape of a necklace across the top of it and her pale blue thong flip flops.
  96. As he explained the verses relating to account on the Day of Resurrection, and clarified that man's deeds are imprinted on the pages of his spirit in this world so that on the doomsday they shall obviously appear to him.
  97. As he explained the verses relating to account on the Day of Resurrection, and clarified that man’s deeds are imprinted on the pages of his spirit in this world so that on the doomsday they shall obviously appear to him.
  98. At the end of Shadowfever we learn that twenty years before, when the Sinsar Dubh escaped its prison beneath the abbey, it briefly possessed Mac’s mother and imprinted a complete copy of itself in the unprotected fetus.
  99. It's not clear how long he stays there, but when a distraction finally arrives, the embroidered pattern from the cushion is imprinted on his forehead and cheek, his arm has fallen asleep, and his bare feet are getting cold.
  100. And it’s a crying shame that your biological counterparts’ clones, when imprinted with your 106-year-old memories, the same memories you were given by the original counterpart when you were born, didn’t yield any results.
  1. Imprints in the sand.
  2. Imprints of delusions.
  3. Then, if two imprints.
  4. The imprints were identical.
  5. Famous examples of imprints include the.
  6. Experience imprints itself on the face, the hands, the.
  7. Because of the imprints of conceptual thoughts that grasp.
  8. Imprint/s There are two types of imprint: imprints of actions.
  9. Obstructions to enlightenment The imprints of delusions, which.
  10. Yangsi Rinpoche distinguishes between karmic imprints and karmic seeds.
  11. Mentor Master and from the depth of the imprints, looked like something only his.
  12. I don’t recognize these tracks, said Jack, studying the imprints in the mud.
  13. A now that contains the imprints of the past and the meandering dreams of the future.
  14. For a long time, all sorts of imprints of bloody hands were visible on the door-posts.
  15. Ahead was the compartment that still had the bloody imprints of Jess’s knuckles on it.
  16. But from the imprints of the palms, the one scaling the wall had his face facing the wall.
  17. There are lots of Sanskaras (imprints) accumulated through different cycles of births and.
  18. I fingered the two tear-shaped scars on my cheekbone, imprints from the iron’s steam ducts.
  19. The imprints of undead violation and intervention are all over the royal dynasties during that era.
  20. It was the kind of scream that imprints on your soul and chills the marrow flowing through your bones.
  21. The corpses impacted against the vehicle with incredible force, crushing the steel body and leaving imprints in it.
  22. The four opponent powers, explained in the three tables that follow, are used to purify negative seeds or imprints:.
  23. These impressions or imprints will also ripen at a future time – either in this life, or possibly in future lifetimes.
  24. And there, on the margin of the page, were the partially blurred imprints of four wee fingers and the outer half of the thumb.
  25. In fact actually your memories are made up of the chemical imprints that go into the brain, but there must be a retaining of them.
  26. As he searched for fossils and imprints in the calcareous streambed, he had the disconcerting impression that he was being watched.
  27. The morning of January 3 brought a twenty-degree bump in the temperature, melting the snow and all its imprints to a springlike mush.
  28. We may each be likened to players upon a stage and everyone has a specific role to play, which is partially written onto Karmic imprints.
  29. She said she would place her small hands and feet into imprints left by the major stars of her youth as Grace stood behind her and watched.
  30. If there’s intense pleasure associated with it, or intense pain, it’s more deeply imprinted; and if it’s repeated, it imprints even more.
  31. The cup fell from his hand and water sloshed onto the pristine marble floor, which he ignored as he left muddy imprints through the spilled water.
  32. Fact that one's non-virtuous karmic imprints are temporary pollutions obscuring the mind, and that they do not exist innately in the nature of the mind itself.
  33. The side of the road was covered with a certain amount of soil and this contained tyre imprints, which corresponded size and width wise to tracks that would fit a mini-van.
  34. Because the fire department had responded so quickly, firemen and paramedics ran all over the crime scene before the FBI could get there, so no shoe imprints were available.
  35. These karmic imprints determine the quality of the next life, and some of the karma carried over will also come to fruition in this next life when it meets the appropriate conditions.
  36. Build imprints in your memory of you as a teacher equipped with psychic powers and teaching skills so that you will be able to quickly grow into that man with no resistances or fears.
  37. In the early stages of infancy it is mostly the subconscious, which stores and imprints these traumas and experiences: to serve as the blueprint for the later-developing conscious mind to follow.
  38. As spiritual beings created in the image of our Father we think from the mind of God in our spirit, which then manifests into our soul, which then flows into our body, and imprints upon our brain.
  39. Now I stood astonished before it, for there were three similar imprints upon its surface, enormous in size, irregular in outline, of a depth which indicated the ponderous weight which had left them.
  40. A stony path has been marked by white crosses to guide us over a little stream, but even with a torch it’s hard to make out and I often see the imprints of a pair of wet feet at the entrance of the room.
  41. So soon what is over forgotten, and waves wash the imprints off the sand, With hinged knees returning I enter the doors, (while for you up there, Whoever you are, follow without noise and be of strong heart.
  42. Our actions, whether they are positive or negative, virtuous or non-virtuous, leave imprints or seeds in our minds, and these imprints ripen into our life experiences when the appropriate conditions come together.
  43. It doesn’t matter to the developing mind that violence is disguised as a sport, or a cartoon, or a fairy tale, or a literary “classic,” or an ad for their favorite stuff… violence is violence, and dealing it out in a race car crash, on the ice or field with a stick, or at the end of a rifle or fishing line still imprints, “It’s OK!” on that young brain.
  44. Had she left some unfinished business back in California? Or was it simply the way a place lived in long enough imprints itself on the still-soft tissues of the brain? Or, simpler yet, did she miss it, that mouse-quiet house where they’d called her by another name? There’d been a time when she’d believed herself capable of living without the conventional comforts—career, possessions, significant other—but her self-imposed exile was revealing her to be frustratingly human.
  45. Sweeping away the corrugated imprints impatiently,.

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