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  1. Our souls entrain; our hearts entangle.
  2. He stared at the robot and tried to entangle some dartoid muscles.
  3. During sexual intercourse, we entangle our auric fields with those of our partners.
  4. Once he was finally able to capture and entangle them, he found his strangest result yet.
  5. There was a circumstance which at first sight seemed to entangle his delirious but still methodical scheme.

  6. We are building a handheld instrument that can entangle one’s thoughts and follow them to their destination.
  7. It produced vibrant red roses but if more than one plant got near each other they started to entangle themselves.
  8. I have the power to decide whether I want to entangle myself in an endless materialistic race for status, or not.
  9. They could do a number of things, cause pain, entangle one, produce light and heat and whip the skin off your back.
  10. Adros knew from experience that any moment the roots could come alive, either to entangle, or smash those they deemed an enemy.
  11. At twilight they stepped out, all smiles, having found new ways to constrict, imprison, or entangle lives in fees and licenses.
  12. As they crept along, Janek voiced his fear that they might entangle themselves with the considerable amount of wreckage that littered the estuary.
  13. If you wish to overcome the evil types of atheistic materialism, you must awaken conscience, rather than entangle the intellect in doubtful disputations.
  14. Accordingly, not wanting to entangle his propeller in this weed–choked mass, Captain Nemo stayed at a depth some meters below the surface of the waves.
  15. May I die if the enchanters that persecute me are not trying to entangle me in them and delay my journey, by way of revenge for my obduracy towards Altisidora.

  16. I was hoping to just notice something, to prove we could entangle fourth order condensates with logic simulations rather than large masses of condensed antimatter.
  17. We don't need a fourth order condensate to entangle the dark bodies, we can entangle the virtual particles created in the veron store and dispense with that massive and hungry equipment.
  18. Into the ears of the radio operators come orders, warnings, changes, and out through his radio go reports of missions, dangers which entangle other ships, reconnaissance observations, and position.
  19. Finally they agreed upon appointing five groups to go out among the people and seek to entangle him in his teaching or otherwise to discredit him in the sight of those who listened to his instruction.
  20. It only took him a few minutes to set up his equipment to entangle the veron store where she was running with the nearest dark body, a two hundred million ton snowball a little under fifty six million miles away.
  21. And indeed, all her efforts and struggles were managed with such disorder, that they served rather to entangle, and fold her the faster in the twine of his boisterous arms; so that she was tied to the stake, and obliged to fight the match out, if she died for it.
  22. The sentinel stationed by the insurgents in the Rue Mondetour had no occasion to give the alarm for a single National Guardsman, and he had allowed the latter to entangle himself in the street, saying to himself: Probably it is a reinforcement, in any case it is a prisoner.
  23. In the course of the evening a certain lawyer, seeking to entangle Jesus in a compromising disputation, said: "Teacher, I would like to ask you just what I should do to inherit eternal life?" Jesus answered, "What is written in the law and the prophets; how do you read the Scriptures?" The lawyer, knowing the teachings of both Jesus and the Pharisees, answered: "To love the Lord God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength, and your neighbor as yourself.
  24. Whether the United States shall continue passive under these progressive usurpations, and their accumulating wrongs, or, opposing force to force in defence of their national rights, shall commit a just cause into the hands of the Almighty Disposer of events, avoiding all connections which might entangle it in the contest or views of other powers, and preserving a constant readiness to concur in an honorable re-establishment of peace and friendship, is a solemn question, which the constitution wisely confides to the Legislative Department of the Government.
  1. Carton stooped to pick up the coat, which lay almost entangling his feet.
  2. Ground which can be abandoned but is hard to re-occupy is called ENTANGLING.
  3. She had attempted to put him in a joint lock, but he countered by entangling their arms.
  4. Thom still thinks it’s the Pink Dawn, Ava said, and that he is entangling ideas in flesh minds.
  5. We mistake the experience of entangling chains and dangling over abysses for integrating transformation.
  6. She remembered his fingers lazily stroking her long dark hair, entangling between the strands near the nape of her neck.
  7. A mind bent over itself ends up entangling itself in obsessions, like Fred with his endless musings about his wonderful old car.
  8. As he sat down, Patch started wildly circling around him, entangling Zach in the leash as he did so, barking furiously, his little canine nose pointing directly up the stairs as he barked.
  9. On the day that Tarzan established his right to respect, the tribe was gathered about a small natural amphitheater which the jungle had left free from its entangling vines and creepers in a hollow among some low hills.
  10. A fellow’s afraid of everything; of being arrested himself and entangling others, and of spoiling the whole business, and then he gets locked up, and all responsibility is at an end, and he can rest; he can just sit and smoke.
  11. It was the prearranged plan of the confederated Pharisees, scribes, Sadducees, and Herodians to fill up the entire day with these entangling questions, hoping thereby to discredit Jesus before the people and at the same time effectively to prevent his having any time for the proclamation of his disturbing teachings.
  12. In the vast cosmic exchanges the universal life goes and comes in unknown quantities, rolling entirely in the invisible mystery of effluvia, employing everything, not losing a single dream, not a single slumber, sowing an animalcule here, crumbling to bits a planet there, oscillating and winding, making of light a force and of thought an element, disseminated and invisible, dissolving all, except that geometrical point, the I; bringing everything back to the soul-atom; expanding everything in God, entangling all activity, from summit to base, in the obscurity of a dizzy mechanism, attaching the flight of an insect to the movement of the earth, subordinating, who knows? Were it only by the identity of the law, the evolution of the comet in the firmament to the whirling of the infusoria in the drop of water.
  13. They catched are in an entangling net,.
  1. Entangled With Me In The.
  2. Waking entangled in one another.
  3. He fired off the entangled beam.
  4. I entangled and subdued in the net.
  5. We’re blindly entangled with the.
  6. Once entangled, hope for nothing more.
  7. Birds become entangled when they alight.
  8. Athena spoke, Your stories are entangled.
  9. As a fish caught for supper she was entangled.
  10. People with large feet became entangled in them.
  11. Your son entangled himself in the Science Fair.
  12. From day to day he became more and more entangled.
  13. Becoming entangled with the émigré was dangerous.
  14. Those left were somehow entangled with the wreckage.
  15. Little by little he entangled his thoughts with hers.
  16. The soul I wasn't supposed to have, the entangled soul.
  17. Whichever way one looked one was entangled in a reminder.
  18. All things that exist in our universe are entangled in the.
  19. Hence, they become stuck or entangled in the powerful force.
  20. What is the use of living a long life entangled in the cobwebs.
  21. She seemed at a loss, but then she spoke: "Entangled!" she said.
  22. You lost your way; you became entangled in the meshes of crime.
  23. Most of the time we are so entangled in our emotional responses.
  24. Then I blundered into a fence and fell, entangled in barbed wire.
  25. Within a short moment he became entangled in the rose bush’s.
  26. By now Ritter had become more than entangled in his own cozy deal.
  27. She had caught Carl, caught him and entangled him in her soft tone.
  28. He did claim the entangled states being exchanged were information.
  29. There was one for each particle in each atom that he had entangled.
  31. And while it has been a while since I have been entangled in a real.
  32. So Arjun is told that men of discrimination are not entangled in them.
  33. The fox frantically chewed at its entangled leg as Barrad approached.
  34. In our reality, all things in space-time are entangled to the seven.
  35. Her mother's blood ran through him and entangled with his human blood.
  36. He went to Prague and became entangled in events that changed his life.
  37. If he gets entangled in the vanity of his achievements or in the ma-.
  38. Elior placed his hand on her hair and entangled his fingers in her hair.
  39. The vines are entangled in wire and lose their leaves with winter frosts.
  40. You already have my thoughts entangled with that condensate in your jar.
  41. He slid down the rutted slope, bike dragging along, entangled in his legs.
  42. He is deeply entangled in the toys and joys and relationships of the world.
  43. Since the original object has already been sampled and is now entangled, I.
  44. The catamaran revved its engines and became entangled in Tim’s anchor line.
  45. He looked as surprised as I was to find himself entangled with me in the hall.
  46. The fishing line swept though the water and became entangled with Tim’s boat.
  47. Conversely then, deeply entangled within and throughout the complex expanded.
  48. He becomes entangled and falls, dropping his doughnuts and fracturing his shin.
  49. You just said only one in a thousand of my thoughts will be entangled anyway.
  50. Our next endeavour was to release the captain, who was entangled under the boat.
  51. Little by little, as their thoughts entangled, they spoke of subjects less remote.
  52. She jogged on the spot as Sav entangled the kite in her jumbled-up cupboard, then.
  53. She saw that, but noticed a time displacement from the making of the entangled copy.
  54. It was only then that Ari noticed Moshe's hand had somehow become entangled in the.
  55. The other day he got both hands entangled in my hair so that I could hardly get away.
  56. He put a hand over hers that rested against his cheek and entangled his fingers in hers.
  57. I think the horn–covered mandibles of one of these squid are entangled in the blades.
  58. I pressed on, guided only by the stars, but soon became hopelessly entangled in a swamp.
  59. The inner valuation of the author as to what is good and bad begins to become entangled.
  60. The other day he got both my hands entangled in my hair so that I could hardly get away.
  61. The lone survivor having been whiplashed but not entangled, reflexively spurred his mount.
  62. The assailants, rushing into the wine-shop, their feet entangled in the panels of the door.
  63. Why are there more entangled state changes here than in regimes of normal temperature?
  64. Taromh tried to stand, but found his belt buckle had become entangled in the tassels of a rug.
  65. Rostov also tried to rise but fell back, his sabretache having become entangled in the saddle.
  66. The fact that particles can communicate instantly over billions of light years (are entangled.
  67. I thought again of those moments with Jamie when my confusion and my emotions became entangled.
  68. What percentage of the thoughts in my mind are entangled by one pass of the beam? Ava asked.
  69. I hope to be reading entangled states from condensates in the dark matter a week or two from now.
  70. You must realize that the best method of solving some entangled problems is to forsake them for a time.
  71. It is entangled, shot through with shared thoughts, points of view, alien value judgements and accents.
  72. She used that entangled photon on the auxiliary veron store that was still sitting here in Thom’s lab.
  73. Suddenly the threads that moved them began to slacken and become entangled and it grew difficult to move.
  74. That particle was supposedly entangled with a photon they had received in the message bringing this data.
  75. Entangled particles which are anti-correlated in relation to spin continue to exist within our spacetime.
  76. Because the traces are over twenty atoms wide, only single particles in single atoms would be entangled.
  77. She shrieked when she got entangled in the cobwebs, and frantically tried to wipe them off her face and neck.
  78. He heaved a severed head, his fingers entangled in the hair, and deposited it with a heavy thud onto the table.
  79. I can’t even follow the math in the proof that an entangled state change can’t travel faster than light.
  80. When you become entangled with that which is entangled, you become entangled with all that it is entangled with.
  81. This concept of entangled twins has its foundation in quantum theory, with entanglement being its defining trait.
  82. Both seemed to be easily fooled in a chaotic mass of vegetation such as the one they were entangled in currently.
  83. But the whole explanation hinges on the ability of entangled particles in decay bacteria to transmit a human soul.
  84. A few women were there with machetes chopping the wild vines that entangled themselves in the spaces of the fence.
  85. It is your happiness I wish for,’ she added, feeling that she was telling an untruth and was becoming entangled.
  86. It is your happiness I wish for, she added, feeling that she was telling an untruth and was becoming entangled.
  87. I asked him why, had he been ill? Reluctantly, he told me how he had become entangled in the strangest of swindles.
  88. When we have a selfish desire for gaining personal glory, wealth, or power; we get entangled in this physical world.
  89. Then there were volleys of oaths as those who fell dragged down the ones whose chains had become entangled in theirs.
  90. When a branch was placed on its face, the vibracula became entangled, and they made violent efforts to free themselves.
  91. Everywhere I looked I could see swollen corpses drifting in the water or caught in the reeds, entangled in the seaweed.
  92. I learned it was a process of unearthing negative beliefs that had become entangled with life-long behavioral patterns.
  93. It is a foul and lurid place I dimly saw by crescent moon, entangled in a web of trees appearing more like wizened claws.
  94. They need to raise cash to finance their repeated campaigns and as a result become entangled with special-interest groups.
  95. But it was like swimming in molasses, and he became entangled with the grasping shrubbery and slammed bodily to the earth.
  96. He softly mushed it into the bushes, right above Ken, his glider staying put as it entangled itself in the gnarly branches.
  97. Stand fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free, and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage.
  98. Since leaving General Woundwort, he had become more and more deeply entangled in all the age-old terrors of the conspirator.
  99. Moreover it consumes all such as have not on them the garment of good desire but are entangled and mixed up with this world.
  100. Attached to the feet was a soldier, a modern day ninja, clad head to toe in black and entangled in a web of high tensile rope.
  1. Crust and filth entangles her hair, giving a nest to insects.
  2. Let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles.
  3. Lorries, wagons and mule trains that were all now entangles as we got closer to the front line.
  4. When facts, the premonitory symptoms of latent social malady, move heavily, the slightest complication stops and entangles them.
  5. A lie to others only entangles matters, and delays the settlement; but a lie to one’s self, set forth as the truth, ruins a man’s whole life.
  6. Leadbeater says that in the course of his physical life the ordinary man usually entangles himself so much in (dark) astral matter (in other words, that he identifies himself so closely with desires associated with lower frequency bodies) that the in-drawing force of the higher energy bodies and consciousness cannot entirely separate him from it again.

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