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    1. Archimedes had thus far calculated the precise movements of pigeons while mating, the precise outcomes of humans trying to mate, and the effect of pollen dust on bees' flight patterns

    2. inexorably to this precise moment

    3. be more precise, there can be no faith at all

    4. There were large observatories and they were doing very precise plots of the body's position and making calculations from that

    5. The interesting thing is that when God speaks, He is so precise in His words that He acts as though there is no other opinion

    6. We cannot be precise about the size of the threat,

    7. and you are, for that precise imagined moment,

    8. The Emotion Code is easy to use and precise

    9. again with an electrode in the same precise spot, the

    10. in a precise and simple way

    11. precise emotion was, who was involved, and more

    12. Keeping precise records of the times and electrical

    13. They follow very precise tracks

    14. key to all self-testing methods is finding the precise

    15. “dread”, even in a situation where dread is the precise

    16. a more precise answer

    17. “Oh, it’s just because it is much easier to repeat the precise

    18. here in the Grange – well, in the grounds, to be precise

    19. remember the precise sequence of movements the old woman had

    20. For no matter how precise the language, it can not perform the same duty as the picture

    21. “I am most taken with Hipolyta's handwriting and number formation, always so precise; she would provide an excellent model of instruction for the younger one's as they attempt proper letter construction and also as they move from block letters to cursive---always such a challenge for the finer muscles of the hand and wrist

    22. ' The old gentleman was only a little vague on the precise methodology of the regimen, that it was passed generation to generation through certain families unchanged was very clear

    23. only did he give them the apartment they were staying at but the precise time of the

    24. It naturally aims at bringing always that precise quantity thither which may be sufficient to supply, and no more than supply, that demand

    25. From the precise time when Luray shrunk down he thought she had given her real address and hadn't thought of that possibility

    26. He took precise measurements of everything

    27. “No, what I asked was how come you are here at this precise minute chasing my Harvest Festival poster around my window with a big hammer in your hand balancing on the top of an unstable ladder brandishing a political banner in the other hand, throwing tacks about

    28. Less precise and efficient, Drau’d took command of the rest of the soldiers

    29. And behold, Lord Saint Bodhisattva Lucifer strode With conviction through the amazed crowd of angels, His eye chilling bright power… solid in countenance, With bold body language he would dare to chisel sharp Precise words into perfection—captivating the hearers Into profound insight

    30. monologue, to be precise, that ensured:

    31. Use precise step-by-step bullets about exactly what needs to be done and

    32. It was seven forty-five in the morning to be precise

    33. again in December, December 13th to be precise, and will be here

    34. Make the instructions clean, clear and precise

    35. Their employment is confined almost to a precise spot, to the farm, and to the shop of the retailer

    36. Such artificers, too, stand occasionally in need of the assistance of one another; and as their residence is not, like that of the farmer, necessarily tied down to a precise spot, they naturally settle in the neighbourhood of one another, and thus form a small town or village

    37. The farmers, too, besides paying the rent, were anciently, it was supposed, bound to perform a great number of services to the landlord, which were seldom either specified in the lease, or regulated by any precise rule, but by the use and wont of the manor or barony

    38. This expense would generally be all laid out in the country, in smuggling the money out of it, and could seldom occasion the exportation of a single sixpence beyond the precise sum drawn for

    39. “Yes, Your Majesty?” Nebuchadnezzar proceeded to give Zarko precise instructions to see to it that Darniil be given a house and many gifts and the title of Chief Prefect over all the wise men of the king’s court

    40. To dream that you can bend the earth signifies your ability to control your actions and react at a precise or optimal moment

    41. At that precise moment all those gathered around the image began to kneel and bow down before Nebuchadnezzar’s image of gold like they would before an image of a god

    42. This second limitation of the freedom of trade, according to some people, should, upon most occasions, be extended much farther than to the precise foreign commodities which could come into competition with those which had been taxed at home

    43. She strode to the Comm and her movements were as precise as they were confident

    44. Those several prices seem all of them a good deal too low; and there seems to be an impropriety, besides, in prohibiting exportation altogether at those precise prices at which that bounty, which was given in order to force it, is withdrawn

    45. Happily, she experienced a strong orgasm at the same precise moment

    46. ’ Both of them then stood up, strangely in precise unison

    47. Mr Quesnai, who was himself a physician, and a very speculative physician, seems to have entertained a notion of the same kind concerning the political body, and to have imagined that it would thrive and prosper only under a certain precise regimen, the exact regimen of perfect liberty and perfect justice

    48. In normal flight the hugely powerful main processor would be shut down and pairs of cores would work three month shifts to handle the vessel’s hugely precise navigation and monitor the various systems

    49. Not that it meant a precise projection could be made

    50. My digital measure is accurate to one hundredth of a millimetre and those proportions are totally precise

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