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1. Cupidity would be introduced, and pervade the public mind.
2. Rose stood caressing her hair, tears beginning to pervade her own eyes as she thought of.
3. The passage was a long one, and seemed to pervade the whole square basement of the Manor House.
4. Significant waste, fraud, and abuse pervade Medicaid in providing health services to 44 million poor.
5. Industry, wealth, and contentment, pervade every quarter of our country, and poverty and oppression are unknown to our citizens.
6. As you gain experience with meditation you will begin to be able to cease the endless desire, and anxiety that can pervade normal life.
7. The same exclusiveness and privacy pervade her social and domestic system in the beginning of the twentieth as in the eighteenth century.

8. Must not wholesomeness pervade the very cellars and lumber-rooms of such a home? Well, I meant to do all in my power to persuade Charlotte to go into the home again.
9. Writing to a correspondent he would say, now where social institutions are not widely established, or where the manners and customs, and the tone of feeling that pervade.
10. It had been bad enough for his figment to pervade it, upsetting her nerves almost into fits, but what was a figment compared to an actual body? The decent impulse she had had of restitution, of wholesale giving back, went curdled within her.
11. Fischer Black and Myron Scholes had not yet developed their famous formula for valuing stock options, and the products that now pervade the financial markets—options, interest rate futures, swaps, swaptions, and so on—were not fixtures in the financial markets.
12. Who, sir, can estimate the complicated mischiefs of a depreciated paper currency, without specie for its redemption? Should we be involved in war, or our property seized abroad, nothing can present universal bankruptcy—one wide-spread ruin will pervade the continent.
13. It contains frequent and animated references to the punishment of the wicked; and being composed in the 'lofty style of the Asiatics,’ we might anticipate amplification in the detail, and a copious vocabulary of curses to pervade those portions which describe their doom.
14. She watched his countenance as if she were particularly wishful to be assured that he took kindly to his reception, she showed every possible desire to conciliate him, and there was an air of humble propitiation in all she did, such as I have seen pervade the bearing of a child towards a hard master.
15. As to the mineralizing matter, it is evidently silicious, and the specimens are principally the holzstein of Werner; crystals of quartz are apparent in the cavities; some parts are agatized, and veins of chalcedony occasionally pervade the fissures: they are not impressible by steel, and give fire with it.
16. I consumed the whole time in thinking how strange it was that I should be encompassed by all this taint of prison and crime; that, in my childhood out on our lonely marshes on a winter evening, I should have first encountered it; that, it should have reappeared on two occasions, starting out like a stain that was faded but not gone; that, it should in this new way pervade my fortune and advancement.
17. And the said author asks of those that shall read it nothing in return for the vast toil which it has cost him in examining and searching the Manchegan archives in order to bring it to light, save that they give him the same credit that people of sense give to the books of chivalry that pervade the world and are so popular; for with this he will consider himself amply paid and fully satisfied, and will be encouraged to seek out and produce other histories, if not as truthful, at least equal in invention and not less entertaining.
18. But this bill provides, that when all the constitutional sanctions are obtained, and when according to the usual routine of legislation it ought to be considered as a law, it is to be submitted to a new branch of the Legislature, consisting of the President and twenty-four Directors of the Bank of the United States, holding their sessions in Philadelphia, and if they please to approve it, why then it is to become a law! And three months (the term allowed by our law of May last, to one of the great belligerents for revoking his edicts, after the other shall have repealed his) are granted them to decide whether an act of Congress shall be the law of the land or not! An act which is said to be indispensably necessary to our salvation, and without the passage of which, universal distress and bankruptcy are to pervade the country.
1. And beyond all, and pervading.
2. There was a pervading sense of dread and fear.
3. There is an all pervading tendency to grab as.
4. It is to feel God as ever pervading bliss and peace.
5. He trotted off, puzzled, soundless in the pervading hum.
6. How silly, she feeling persisted, stealthily pervading her mind.
7. My suicide below all three, pervading everything I did or could do.
8. Evil was not restricted to either Law or Chaos, it was all pervading.
9. The vitality and affirmation of life pervading them are extraordinary.
10. It was the spirit pervading the rooms and coffee afterwards which welcomed me.
11. But she already partook of the pervading spirit of neglect which encompassed her.
12. Sexual symbolism and depiction is a cultural element pervading the whole of India.
13. This is the truth that God is immanent, all pervading everywhere, He materialises.
14. As you behold it, you involuntarily yield the immense superiority to him, in point of pervading dignity.
15. There was a large warmth pervading Herr Dremmel that afternoon which made him inclined not to mind anything.
16. Never had they noticed the roses so vivid, the willow-herb so riotous, the meadow-sweet so odorous and pervading.
17. He felt their presence all about the house, pervading the air with the shades and echoes of still vibrant emotions.
18. But this pervading something frightened her terribly, smothered her, pressing on her from all sides, depriving her of air.
19. Death all round them, death pervading every corner of their lives, death in its blackest shape brooding over him, and--kisses.
20. Many living people have dimly perceived the pervading existence of evil and the conspiracies and hidden orchestrated manipulations.
21. It was the cool gray dawn, and there was a delicious sense of repose and peace in the deep pervading calm and silence of the woods.
22. Windzer crawled out of the shelter on his hands and feet, only to find a mood of hopelessness and despair pervading the remains of the city.
23. The boys talked little, and only under their breath, for the time and the place and the pervading solemnity and silence oppressed their spirits.
24. Haidee saw at a glance the same expression pervading the countenances of her two auditors; she exclaimed, 'When my mother recovered her senses we were before the serasker.
25. It was hypnotizing, with all of the colours swirling around on the screen, with a pervading shimmer that covered the people on the screen, like an expensive sheer blanket.
26. Sotillo, irritable, moody, walked restlessly about, held consultations with his officers, gave contradictory orders in this shrill clamour pervading the whole empty edifice.
27. And, indeed, it seemed small matter for wonder, that for all his pervading, mad recklessness, Ahab did at times give careful heed to the condition of that dead bone upon which he partly stood.
28. Pervading everything in a universe like that there would have to be something there as part of it, something that lasts forever, is everywhere and is undetectable, even to itself, because it is like an invisible fog.
29. Wherever there have been men whose souls moved towards the all pervading Light of God, 'feeling after and finding Him,’ under whatever shades of heathenish darkness, there, we must believe, has been the action of the regenerating Spirit, and there has been salvation.
30. There was not even a zephyr stirring; the dead noonday heat had even stilled the songs of the birds; nature lay in a trance that was broken by no sound but the occasional far-off hammering of a wood-pecker, and this seemed to render the pervading silence and sense of loneliness the more profound.
31. Is there no danger that we shall become enervated by the spirit of avarice, unfortunately so predominant? I do not wish to see that diffusive military character, which, pervading the whole nation, might possibly eventuate in the aggrandizement of some ambitious chief, by prostrating the liberties of the country.
32. May I not then hope, sir, that the hitherto dominant spirit of party will now yield to an occasion, so obvious, so urgent, so honorable! Sir, I cannot express to you the pleasure I should feel at my heart, if I could see all irritations banished, and harmony and mutual good will universally pervading all political scenes and all social intercourse.
33. Those interested in commerce would care little what local influences predominated, or how the ball of power vibrated among our factions, provided an efficient protection of their essential interests, upon systematic principles, was not only secured by the letter of the constitution, but assured by a spirit pervading every description of their rulers.
34. Sometimes, in moments which Miles, she shamefacedly was sure, would call, if he knew about them, wanton--after a better meal than usual, or when she wasn't quite so tired--her thoughts would run away with her, and she would imagine that a husband might perhaps be like a glorified hot-water bottle; a hot-water bottle enlarged to life-size; deliciously pervading and warming one's cold, lonely bed.
35. Here, then, was this grey-headed, ungodly old man, chasing with curses a Job's whale round the world, at the head of a crew, too, chiefly made up of mongrel renegades, and castaways, and cannibals—morally enfeebled also, by the incompetence of mere unaided virtue or right-mindedness in Starbuck, the invunerable jollity of indifference and recklessness in Stubb, and the pervading mediocrity in Flask.
36. They are not distant; they are the organic evolution of living creatures, of Life being poisoned into a convoluted mass of DNA, they are our own ancestors: they are an accumulation of 4 billion years of evil, they are the condition of living energies refusing to deteriorate and decompose themselves as they are designed to, they are a condition of pervading evil which has existed for hundreds of millions of years.
37. I was not concerned to impress the new freshmen who, like their London sisters were here being launched in Society; there were strange faces now at every party and I, who a few months back had been voracious of new acquaintances, now felt surfeited; even our small circle of intimates, so lively in the summer sunshine, seemed dimmed and muted now in the pervading fog, the river-borne twilight that softened and obscured all that year for me.
38. Led by her, I passed from compartment to compartment, from passage to passage, of a large and irregular building; till, emerging from the total and somewhat dreary silence pervading that portion of the house we had traversed, we came upon the hum of many voices, and presently entered a wide, long room, with great deal tables, two at each end, on each of which burnt a pair of candles, and seated all round on benches, a congregation of girls of every age, from nine or ten to twenty.
39. When he enters the war with his division, he keeps in contact with his higher commander especially in the thick fight when the war status escalates and comes to a head, and when there becomes no room for moving or manoeuvring, and he senses a real danger pervading the division, he does nothing but holds the field telephone and communicates with his wise merciful commander informing him about the painful military fact and asking for his wise discerning opinion to accomplish it at once.
40. Ethereal, pervading all, (for without me what were all? what were God?) Essence of forms, life of the real identities, permanent, positive,.
1. A distinct chill pervaded the.
2. A strong bovine smell pervaded the air.
3. A subtle perfume pervaded the atmosphere.
4. The drone of his voice pervaded her thoughts.
5. Dignity and coats of arms pervaded the place.
6. The stench of death pervaded Djgarr’s body.
7. It pervaded every sense and dominated every thought.
8. Again the thoughts of his companion pervaded his mind.
9. But one sentiment pervaded the whole American nation.
10. It pervaded the atmosphere—both academic and social.
11. The tenor of the impending slaughter pervaded the house.
12. Wemmick pervaded it throughout, but never appeared in it.
13. The stench of human death and diesel oil pervaded the air.
14. A sense of betrayal, abandonment and despair pervaded the house.
15. The structured formality of life in the imperial court had so pervaded.
16. A musty, lifeless odor pervaded everything; reminiscent of a dying earth.
17. Her life was active, cheerful, useful; but my poor history pervaded it all.
18. The sound of the crazed heated music that pervaded the place abruptly stopped.
19. Before he could reply, the grunts and giggles of the others once again pervaded.
20. Within moments a feeling of peace pervaded all of them and the entire room as well.
21. There was something depressing in the air of prim rectitude that pervaded the hall.
22. Her fingers closed on soft fabric, and a relieving sense of stability pervaded her.
23. The profound dread of some of the members relentlessly pervaded the rest of the group.
24. A wonderful sweetness pervaded the Hall and the golden bowl began to move towards her.
25. Soon a sickening feeling came over me, caused by the impure air which pervaded the place.
26. These undead things have pervaded and poisoned us the living for untold millions of years.
27. So pervaded with sorcery was that black empire, that even this coin has its uses in making magic.
28. I watched Maria’s reaction to the dark waves of thought that pervaded the atmosphere around us.
29. As a result, Maarisa’s darkness pervaded humankind, and it rained acid for near to three years.
30. From outward appearances, it seems a different sense of life pervaded India than those cultures to the west.
31. The shops appeared to be well-patronized and at the time of our story an air of prosperity pervaded the town.
32. An atmosphere of loneliness pervaded the spot, which caught suddenly at both men as they strode toward the cabin.
33. The day seemed fresher to him than any other and he took deep breaths of the woodsy scent that pervaded the air.
34. Its warmth pervaded every cell of Nigel’s body radiating an infinite contentment until suddenly he landed on something.
35. Its exotic perfume pervaded her being, inducing a delicious, sensuous languor that was something more and less than sleep.
36. The menace which had pervaded the atmosphere had dissipated in an instant, leaving the brothers the best of friends again.
37. An air of homely comfort pervaded the room; the atmosphere was warm, and the fire blazed cheerfully over the whitened hearth.
38. The blaring of the horns ceased and all that pervaded the stillness of the peace that followed was the sound of our marching.
39. His head was flopping around as if he had no neck bones and as I lifted his limp body from the floor, the urgency pervaded me.
40. Something was wrong with the world, a somber, frightening wrongness that pervaded was fading into resigned acceptance of her loss.
41. It is a fact that the doctrine of an immortal soul that cannot die has pervaded over the doctrine of a resurrection in most churches.
42. Hawkeye, believing he had prevailed, soon fell asleep, and a silence as deep as the solitude in which they had found it, pervaded the retired spot.
43. Gambit, however, had a satisfactory practice, much pervaded by the smells of retail trading which suggested the reduction of cash payments to a balance.
44. A very chill and vault-like air pervaded the stairs and gallery, suggesting cheerless ideas of space and solitude; and I was glad, when finally ushered into.
45. For a moment the rattle of his chattering teeth pervaded the vast, shadowy room, where the candles made a patch of light round the two flames burning side by side.
46. There was a peculiarity in his manner of shaking hands, always to be seen in any clerk at Tellson's who shook hands with a customer when the House pervaded the air.
47. People were in shock and some near panic, but an atmosphere of inaction pervaded the communities as they waited for the important announcement that would start at 7pm.
48. Only A curious sense of lightness, of freedom, pervaded her now that she had finally hardened her heart against all that bound her to the old days and the old Scarlett.
49. He was certain that his feeling toward Katiousha was but a manifestation of that joy which pervaded his entire being, and which was shared by that lovely, cheerful girl.
50. Among the causes of that universal disgust which pervaded all New England, at the Administration and its supporters, was the general dislike and contempt of this invasion of Canada.
51. It had sprung from the perch and was circling slowly round the Queen's Hall with a dry, leathery flapping of its ten-foot wings, while a putrid and insidious odor pervaded the room.
52. On this particular Wednesday they ate breakfast somewhat later than usual, and the camp was pervaded by an ominous silence; little was said during the first half of this morning meal.
53. Fear again pervaded the world, and suspicion bloomed even in the face of the new prophets, David, Saul, and Solomon, all of whom were wholly integrated with their entire consciousness.
54. Although the marks of the cuts and bruises were still visible on Philpot's face, they were softened down by the pallor of death, and a placid, peaceful expression pervaded his features.
55. I had not an extensive acquaintance with asylums for the care and treatment of the insane, but the atmosphere of excitement which palpably pervaded the air was not what one would have expected.
56. The volcanoes of the Greatest Syrian Revolution pervaded everywhere in Syria like a violent overwhelming flood, for there remained no city nora village but it joined in supporting the revolution.
57. As the light in the amphitheater increased the females augmented the frequency and force of their blows until presently a wild, rhythmic din pervaded the great jungle for miles in every direction.
58. Just as Daisy’s house had always seemed to him more mysterious and gay than other houses so his idea of the city itself, even though she was gone from it, was pervaded with a melancholy beauty.
59. He observed by the vacant expression of the Indian's countenance, that his eye, accustomed to the open air had not yet been able to penetrate the dusky light which pervaded the depth of the cavern.
60. Valentine was so pale, so cold, so inanimate that without listening to what was said to them they were seized with the fear which pervaded that house, and they flew into the passage crying for help.
61. The white headed Lascorii princess's over-developed 'fashion-sense' pervaded her every interaction---lethal as she and her sisters were, nothing impeded her looking the part of courtier to the Matriarch.
62. On moonlit nights he seldom slept, because of the immense joy of life that pervaded him, and instead of sleeping, he sometimes rambled in the garden till daylight, absorbed in his thoughts and phantasies.
63. She would have suffocated at the Turnbulls’; the same atmosphere that had latterly pervaded all of her own surroundings began to surround the unoffending little house whose porch and front gate were reached.
64. Therefore, they failed and fell down from their highness losing their dignity and high prestige that their society were pervaded with crimes and corruptions, and the human became an enemy to his human brother.
65. After exchanging a few words and grins with Hunter, he moved on to another class, and presently Frankie with a feeling of awe noticed that the confused murmuring sound that had hitherto pervaded the place was hushed.
66. They were furiously hungry then, and the odor of roast beef which pervaded the manse, and which was wholly delightful in spite of the fact that the roast beef was badly underdone, was almost more than they could stand.
67. Running into the marsh among the familiar scents of roots, marsh plants, and slime, and the extraneous smell of horse dung, Laska detected at once a smell that pervaded the whole marsh, the scent of that strong-smelling bird.
68. The whole enormous ruined barrack of a place, unfinished, without ceilings under its lofty roof, was pervaded by the smoke swaying to and fro in the faint cross draughts playing in the obscurity of many lofty rooms and barnlike passages.
69. At last, about ten o'clock, and just as Dantes began to despair, steps were heard in the corridor, a key turned in the lock, the bolts creaked, the massy oaken door flew open, and a flood of light from two torches pervaded the apartment.
70. Then memory flooded back - and he became aware that he was still in his vehicle, behind the steering wheel and that he had a most vile headache – and the smell of alcohol pervaded the air – his clothes were saturated and so was the seat.
71. What else shall I desire, when everything is pervaded by the Supreme Consciousness! The seven mountain fabled to hold up the globe of this earth are but the foam over the waters of this vast, mighty and pure ocean of the all-pervading Brahman.
72. On the evening of the second day I was in the hotel's smoking room, an irrationally private apartment, a sanctuary for a few choice minds of the town, always pervaded by a dim religious light, and more hushed than any club reading-room I have ever been in.
73. As soon as Nicholas entered, he was enfolded in that poetic atmosphere of love which pervaded the Rostov household that winter and, now after Dolokhov’s proposal and Iogel’s ball, seemed to have grown thicker round Sonya and Natasha as the air does before a thunderstorm.
74. It certainly was not there, and neither was the Herr Geheimrath to defend himself; since half-past seven he had been out looking for a cook, his mind pervaded by the idea that if only he could get a cook food would follow in her wake as naturally as flowers follow after rain.
75. As soon as Nicholas entered, he was enfolded in that poetic atmosphere of love which pervaded the Rostóv household that winter and, now after Dólokhov’s proposal and Iogel’s ball, seemed to have grown thicker round Sónya and Natásha as the air does before a thunderstorm.
76. Presently I got beyond the region of wortleberry-pickers, the children not caring to wander too far into the forest so late, and I jolted over the roots into the gathering shadows more and more pervaded by that feeling that so refreshes me, the feeling of being absolutely alone.
77. Laurence and Aunt March, for when the stately old gentleman chasseéd solemnly up to the old lady, she just tucked her cane under arm, and hopped briskly away to join hands with the rest and dance about the bridal pair, while the young folks pervaded the garden like butterflies on a midsummer day.
78. And as Lucy sat there getting warmer and warmer, and more and more pervaded by the feeling of relief and well-being that even the most wretched feel if they take off all their clothes, her mind gradually calmed down, it left off asking agonised questions, and presently her heart began to do the talking.
79. It is a school of Scripture interpretation; in impinges upon and affects some of the most commanding points of the Christian faith; and, when suffered to work its unimpeded way, it stops not till it has pervaded with it own genius the entire system of one's theology, and the whole tone of his spiritual character, constructing, I had almost said, a world of its own.
80. He did not tell her she had become a sister; he merely rearranged his life on these new lines; and he did, as the doctor had predicted, throw himself into his work with more zeal than ever, and very soon was once again being pervaded by the blessed calms, the serenities, the unequalled harmonies that are the portion of him who diligently does what he is interested in.
81. Dantes reflected, as he worked, on the shout of joy which, with a single word, he could evoke from all these men, if he gave utterance to the one unchanging thought that pervaded his heart; but, far from disclosing this precious secret, he almost feared that he had already said too much, and by his restlessness and continual questions, his minute observations and evident pre-occupation, aroused suspicions.
82. And the Red Ensign, commercial, industrial, historic, pervaded the sea! Assertive only by its numbers, highly significant, and, under its character of a trade-- emblem, nationally expressive, it was symbolic of old and new ideas, of conservatism and progress, of routine and enterprise, of drudgery and adventure--and of a certain easy-going optimism that would have appeared the Father of Sloth itself if it had not been so stubbornly, so everlastingly active.
83. Standing on the snow-covered plain, as if in a pasture amid the hills, I cut my way first through a foot of snow, and then a foot of ice, and open a window under my feet, where, kneeling to drink, I look down into the quiet parlor of the fishes, pervaded by a softened light as through a window of ground glass, with its bright sanded floor the same as in summer; there a perennial waveless serenity reigns as in the amber twilight sky, corresponding to the cool and even temperament of the inhabitants.
84. I could not enter the house, nor was I capable of any movement; but reflecting how important it was that I should be present at what might take place on the occasion, I nerved myself as best I could and went in, for I well knew all the entrances and outlets; and besides, with the confusion that in secret pervaded the house no one took notice of me, so, without being seen, I found an opportunity of placing myself in the recess formed by a window of the hall itself, and concealed by the ends and borders of two tapestries, from between which I could, without being seen, see all that took place in the room.
85. Not Worlds, not the notorious “Genesis” have created us, but we ourselves — by the collective dynamics of our Focuses of Creative Activity — continuously inertially “re-create” (sequentially “materialize” by our Thoughts, Feelings, Intentions and Actions in strict compliance with Information of the variable ethereal component), in the information space of our own Self-Consciousness, all Worlds around us, but — always! — only those ranges of them, which can be pervaded with the creative dynamics of the SFUURMM-Forms of the Formo-Creators of Self-Consciousness of the NUU-VVU-Configurations focused by Us.
86. Did I believe, sir, that the passage of this bill, or (what is more difficult and less likely to happen) the actual enlistment of the proposed additional force would secure to us our object, I would not only consent to give this force, but ten times the number, if it were by force alone to be obtained; but when I reflect on the special and sole cause for which it is avowed the war is now prosecuted; when I consider the relative strength, situation, and disposable force, by sea and land, of the two nations, and especially when my recollection is assailed (for we cannot, nor ought we to close our senses against such damning facts) with the heretofore scanty enlistments; the confusion and insubordination which has pervaded many parts of your army; the extraordinary expense already incurred, and the uniform disasters which have marked all your military operations, I cannot bring my mind to the belief that the force now proposed can produce any desirable effect.
1. M: Gandhi is dead, yet his mind pervades the earth.
2. The man pervades London, and no one has heard of him.
3. It pervades all states, but it is not a state of some-.
4. God pervades everything and in that sense everything is His.
5. The Self pervades all; It is radiant and formless, without any.
6. Supreme and pervades the inner self; the so-called outer self is.
7. Know that since the Spirit which pervades the universe is im-.
8. But higher than both of them is the one who pervades the three.
9. Krishn pervades all beings in an equal way, but he has a special rela-.
10. Structured symbolism pervades the Hebrew texts and even survived into the New.
11. Note further that the importance of language and visual expression pervades all.
12. Neither coming nor going, it pervades all time; neither inside nor outside, it permeates all space.
13. I'd hate to think what this means if some organization that pervades interstellar space should target us.
14. It’s the fear that pervades my very soul: the fear that I will lose my freedom, and that I will lose myself.
15. There is a good deal of ingenuity and even originality in this work, and a most enlightened spirit pervades it.
16. But you fight for an esoteric quality that you believe pervades the human essence, whether it is a copy or not.
17. Peter Lynch's greatest influence, which still pervades Fidelity, is that you pick up the phone and call companies.
18. Gentlemen, a strange fatality pervades the whole career of these events, as if verily mapped out before the world itself was charted.
19. But the conditioning of unquestioned obedience so pervades society that the wisdom in gruesome tales of shameless violence simply isn’t.
20. The narrow view of many people prevents them from acknowledging the similarity of the life force or God energy that pervades all life forms.
21. It was not too soon, which would spoil the exquisite pleasure that pervades a couple after sex and persuades them that they have merged and are now one.
22. One Moon reflected in the running Waves of all the Rivers of Earth – is one Spirit that pervades the entire universe, filling all existing Ethereal Field.
23. The core theme is always about ‘Oneness’ and never about fear, hatred, division, domination and all the negativity that so commonly pervades modern society.
24. For you no sooner reach its western base, than the greenstone and epidote disappear; and limestone pervades the country for hundreds of miles in every direction.
25. Light and shade, which suggest solidity, are never used, a wide light where there is no shadow pervades everything, their drawing being done with the brush in masses.
26. This shall surely be helpful in supplying the much needed sanity and serenity in the contemporary stampede of stupidities, which pervades India and many other nations.
27. The irresistible, universal, automatic tendency to find sweet pleasure somewhere, which pervades all life, from the meanest to the highest, had at length mastered Tess.
28. I only say with certainty, that the leading men of the Federal party act in concert; and therefore infer that a common sentiment pervades the whole body throughout New England.
29. The secret tells of a short lived moment of peace, a brief interlude, a space between the blip and slide of the monitor soundtrack that pervades every spare inch of the intensive care unit.
30. A specimen now lies before us, in which a complete vein of this amianthus, with fibres nearly two inches in length, connects and pervades a mass of slate, supposed to be of the transition class.
31. The "appetite for joy" which pervades all creation, that tremendous force which sways humanity to its purpose, as the tide sways the helpless weed, was not to be controlled by vague lucubrations over the social rubric.
32. Electricity does not radiate in or through any matter; and while it pervades some bodies, as metals, with almost infinite velocity; by others, it is so far from being conducted, that it can only pass through them by a fracture or perforation.
33. There is a general reluctance at war, and desire of peace, which pervades the great mass of every people; and artful rulers could never keep any nation at war any length of time, beyond their true interests, without some sacrifice to that general love of peace which exists in civilized men.
34. It is well known that heat is liberated by the Voltaic apparatus, in a manner and degree which has not been imitated by means of mechanical electricity; and that the latter, while it strikes at a greater distance, and pervades conductors with much greater speed, can with difficulty be made to effect the slightest decompositions.
35. They are occupied by the younger and unknown artists, who cannot afford the rents demanded in the more fashionable studio buildings, and the reek of the oil stove and odor of cooking, mingling with the smell of paint and turpentine, which pervades the hallways, indicate that they are used as living quarters and work rooms combined.
36. Once you understand and realize the universal truths and basic universal dynamics, you will also become able to make logical sense of everything in the world and in human society and you will no longer be a victim of the cunning, twisted, lies and reversals of universal truth made by the dead filth that poisons and pervades the Living Earth.

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