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1. The clearness and smoothness of the drop.
2. Its lightness and clearness were remarkable.
3. Lloyd on the clearness of, at times, xxxiv, 7.
4. It was clean-shaven, ascetic and of cameo-like clearness.
5. These examples were simplified for the sake of clearness.
6. And his eyes, they had lost that clearness that confidence.
7. The act, to my inner sense, had an extraordinary clearness.
8. The aim has been to combine clearness and consistency, but.
9. There were the four lines outlined with inexorable clearness.
10. There is a remarkable clearness in my mind, thanks to my book on art.
11. Yet the clearness and the joy of the spring day were not in the village.
12. The young lady, with great clearness and composure, made the following.
13. He saw but one means of restoring lucidity and clearness to his judgment.
14. It is rather wonderful, this clearness of the atmosphere in Western America.
15. For the second day, I have been thinking with special clearness about this:.
16. He liked in Katavasov the clearness and simplicity of his conception of life.
17. I should gain by it independence, tranquilhty of mind and clearness of motive.
18. What was blindness in the legitimists was clearness of vision in the democrats.
19. Clearness and accuracy are obtained only by repeatedly having the image in mind.
20. The scene of the previous night now came back to his mind with startling clearness.
21. The inconceivable is outlined a few paces distant from you with a spectral clearness.
22. The clearness had totally disappeared and a heavy black cloud presence took over the sky.
23. An old, forgotten memory awoke in his brain, and suddenly burst into clearness and light.
24. The young lady, with great clearness and composure, made the following curious statement:.
25. Grinning broadly he watches as she walks over to the stream and stares into its clearness.
26. The picture of their unhappy brother stood out at last with great clearness and precision.
27. We all see with certain clearness that the last convulsions of the bureaucracy are at hand.
28. And the clearness with which she saw life now, her own and all men’s, was a pleasure to her.
29. But in this instant, swiftly, and with utter clearness, it was the suit which fascinated Will.
30. Why indeed, he said, when any name will do which expresses the thought of the mind with clearness?
31. After these illnesses he entered in his Journal the joy of getting well and a clearness of thinking.
32. And these feelings are always, and purposely, expressed by him with eccentricity and lack of clearness.
33. These “sorts of death” spoken of must be a sort of “all sorts,” but to me it is void of clearness.
34. And with his characteristic clearness, he summed up those new, very important, and interesting revelations.
35. Gwydre’s sudden death had changed something inside me, and I saw with terrible clearness my own neglect.
36. The clearness of vision that had been hers at Zoppot was blurred; she was confused, infinitely distressed.
37. Their self-belief comes from a clearness of thought and focused mind combined with a relaxed but alert body.
38. The same thing, and with still greater clearness, said Jesus,—blessing the poor, and uttering woes on the rich.
39. Only his eyes gleamed feverishly and his thoughts followed one another with extraordinary clearness and rapidity.
40. The chief virtue that language can have is clearness, and nothing detracts from it so much as the use of unfamiliar words.
41. There had recurred to his mind, with fearful clearness, the moment when he stood at the door with the hatchet in his hand.
42. Have all regenerate persons these marks of regeneration in the same degree of depth, strength, clearness, and distinctness?
43. This explanation seemed very simple and clear to Nekhludoff; but its very simplicity and clearness made him hesitate to accept it.
44. I am determined to reveal it, so to speak, to the reader, partly for the sake of greater clearness in what I have to explain further.
45. Unhappiness, which also possesses a clearness of vision of its own, augmented the small amount of daylight which existed in this mind.
46. For the sake of clearness, and in order to avoid confusing one subject with another, I have decided to divide the oration into two parts.
47. But is opinion to be sought without and beyond either of them, in a greater clearness than knowledge, or in a greater darkness than ignorance?
48. And not bulkiness, obscurity, and complexity of form, as is now esteemed, but, on the contrary, brevity, clearness, and simplicity of expression.
49. May we be permitted to recur, for the sake of clearness in the recital, to the simple means which we have already employed in the case of Waterloo.
50. His voice was very weak, but how different from those tones of dreadful clearness, of hoarse muttering, with which she had been so sadly familiar.
51. In that state the enlightened ones, ‘looking beyond this world, have seen with like clearness, all the worlds, even hundreds of thousands of worlds.
52. As to Lydgate himself, having been accepted, he was prepared to accept all the consequences which he believed himself to foresee with perfect clearness.
53. But, somehow, since her return to Redmond for this third year, life had not mirrored her spirit back to her with its old, perfect, sparkling clearness.
54. Those who have only seen London veiled in her sombre robes of smoke can scarcely imagine the naked clearness and beauty of the silent wilderness of houses.
55. Fifteen years are necessary for an author to learn to write, not with genius, for that is not to be acquired, but with clearness, sequence, propriety and precision.
56. Elements and principles mingle, combine, wed, multiply with each other, to such a point that the material and the moral world are brought eventually to the same clearness.
57. And as I emerged from the top of Baker Street, I saw far away over the trees in the clearness of the sunset the hood of the Martian giant from which this howling proceeded.
58. I can read between your lines with sufficient clearness; and as I always had a certain talent for stodginess I will waste no words but offer myself as the bread-and-butter.
59. The first summary examination has shown that it has several new readings which surpass some of the other Septuagint texts in clearness of expression and simplicity of grammar.
60. Each repeated action renders the image more clear and accurate than the preceding, and in proportion to the clearness and accuracy of the image will the outward manifestation be.
61. The pause which might cover a payment, the long wheep of the whip, the sudden clash of hoofs, the thin clang of the bell below—all seemed borne up to him with abnormal clearness.
62. A photograph of a horse, a bullock, or of any such object out on the hills, will secure a reproduction of a background quite extraordinary in the extent and clearness of the picture.
63. Levin thought that the clearness of Katavasov’s conception of life was due to the poverty of his nature; Katavasov thought that the disconnectedness of Levin’s ideas was due to his.
64. That Jesus said and thought this is beyond a doubt, as the clearness of his words on this subject, the meaning of his entire doctrine, his life and the life of his disciples, plainly show.
65. As I heard the words spoken by this once met Apostle, I could see in clearness, that for a fact, Paul had had a true encounter with the same Jesus that I and the other eleven had walked with.
66. Those he liked? I seemed to float not into clearness, but into a darker obscure, and within a minute there had come to me out of my very pity the appalling alarm of his being perhaps innocent.
67. The geological record, at all times imperfect, does not extend far enough back to show with unmistakable clearness that within the known history of the world organisation has largely advanced.
68. But Dorothea had counted a little too much on her own strength: the clearness and intensity of her mental action this morning were the continuance of a nervous exaltation which made her frame as.
69. It seems to be taught with equal clearness in the Scripture, though less remarked in modern times, that the result of true regeneration is to bestow the gift of everlasting life on the whole nature.
70. Custom terms them sciences, but they ought to have some other name, implying greater clearness than opinion and less clearness than science: and this, in our previous sketch, was called understanding.
71. Writing out on note paper in his minute hand all that he owed, he added up the amount and found that his debts amounted to seventeen thousand and some odd hundreds, which he left out for the sake of clearness.
72. About five o'clock in the evening the island was distinct, and everything on it was plainly perceptible, owing to that clearness of the atmosphere peculiar to the light which the rays of the sun cast at its setting.
73. He perceived, as his eyes lingered upon her, the exquisite harmony of features in the pure face, the grace of her innocent attitude, the magic clearness of the eyes, where young love sparkled and desire shone unconsciously.
74. They listened to the rain, the soft envelopment of the world in the velvet clearness of falling water, the whispers in deep grass, evoking odors of old, wet wood and leaves that had lain a hundred years, moldering and sweet.
75. The law of karma is intended to instruct and to cause mankind to approach the throne of grace without fear, with the clearness of mind and being that will render them able to receive the pure vibratory action of Almighty God.
76. The bare trees, the sand, the bricks and roofs of the houses, the green church spire, and the corners of the white house in the distance, all stood out in the transparent air in most delicate outline and with unnatural clearness.
77. Ju-Kiouan was amusing herself watching the beauteous water-picture when her eyes fell upon that portion of the lake, near the wall, where, with all the clearness of reality, was the reflection of the pavilion on the opposite shore.
78. Then, getting up, he parted the curtains, and saw, with astonishing clearness, how the Springetts opposite had gone to bed; how it rained; how the Jews and the foreign woman, at the end of the street, stood by the pillar-box, arguing.
79. When little things are elaborated with an infinity of pains, in order that they may appear in their full beauty and utmost clearness, how ridiculous that we should not think the highest truths worthy of attaining the highest accuracy!.
80. She took it off obediently, glancing beneath her eyelashes, as she drew out the pins, at the Baroness's smooth black head and unwrinkled black body, perceiving with the clearness of a revelation that that was how she ought to look herself.
81. In particular he pleased me with the freedom with which he would criticise the professors as he pointed out to me with great clearness and acumen the merits or demerits of their respective ways of teaching and made occasional fun of them.
82. Was she alone in that scene? Was it her event only? She forced herself to think of it as bound up with another woman's life—a woman towards whom she had set out with a longing to carry some clearness and comfort into her beclouded youth.
83. Yes, yes, it is so, thought Nekhludoff; it is good; yes, it is good, he repeated, enjoying the freshness after the torturing heat, and conscious of having attained to the fullest clearness on a question that had long occupied him.
84. But, when you come to colour, the fact of the opaque middle tone (or half tone) being first painted over the whole will spoil the clearness and transparency of your shadows, and may also interfere with the brilliancy of the colour in the lights.
85. Therefore he soared carefully in realms of pure reason, and I, silent and respectful, watched him from below; only I could not help comparing the exalted vagueness of his talk with the sharp clearness of all that the old and wise Professor said.
86. At times his brain suddenly began to work with a vigor, clearness, and depth it had never reached when he was in health, but suddenly in the midst of its work it would turn to some unexpected idea and he had not the strength to turn it back again.
87. The former doctrine is expressed with the utmost clearness and confidence in the baptismal formulary of the Church of Rome, and with scarcely less strength in the liturgies and catechisms of the Anglican, Lutheran, Helvetian, and Scottish Churches.
88. The first consideration is the clearness of our perception of the man’s relation to the external world and the greater or lesser clearness of our understanding of the definite position occupied by the man in relation to everything coexisting with him.
89. In the evening Madame Bovary did not go to her neighbour's, and when Charles had left and she felt herself alone, the comparison re-began with the clearness of a sensation almost actual, and with that lengthening of perspective which memory gives to things.
90. The thought that both her sons were at the war, had both gone from under her wing, that today or tomorrow either or both of them might be killed like the three sons of one of her acquaintances, struck her that summer for the first time with cruel clearness.
91. When I was seated with my maid in the empty compartment, when the train was at last in motion, and I breathed the fresh air rushing in through the empty windows, I began to be myself again, and to think with some degree of clearness over my past and my future.
92. And why ‘the millstone round his neck and the depths of the sea?’ No, that is not it: it is not clear, and he remembered how more than once in his life he had taken to reading the Gospels, and how want of clearness in these passages had repulsed him.
93. The clearness of this line of thought was inexpressibly sad and painful to me, and I felt that if I kept silence any longer I was really bound to weep… And it would have been shameful to have done this before a woman, especially as she was not weeping herself.
94. And in his imagination in the midst of all other impressions there arose with wonderful clearness the beautiful face of the second dead convict, with the smile of the lips, the severe expression of the brows, and the small, firm ear below the shaved bluish skull.
95. These different sciences that you have made so easy to me by the depth of the knowledge you possess of them, and the clearness of the principles to which you have reduced them—this is my treasure, my beloved friend, and with this you have made me rich and happy.
96. She described at last with extraordinary clearness, which is so often seen, though only for a moment, in such over-wrought states, how Ivan had been nearly driven out of his mind during the last two months trying to save the monster and murderer, his brother.
97. Continued abstention from speech, and constant avoidance of everything that might lead up to the subject- this halting on all sides at the boundary of what they might not mention- brought before their minds with still greater purity and clearness what they were both feeling.
98. Continued abstention from speech, and constant avoidance of everything that might lead up to the subject—this halting on all sides at the boundary of what they might not mention—brought before their minds with still greater purity and clearness what they were both feeling.
99. These tales, of which the advocate seemed to have an unending supply, gave him much pleasure, showing as they did, with perfect clearness, that his means of getting money were quite just and innocent compared to the means which the highest officials in Petersburg made use of.
100. All the evening and a great part of the night he bent over the papers she had brought, examining the handwriting, studying the letters, and practicing every stroke with the utmost care, copying and repeating it a hundred times, until at last he had reached the required clearness.

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