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  1. The Reasons for Corporeal Decay.
  2. Tell me the five corporeal torments.
  3. I shed my corporeal form, you mean.
  4. Until, the breath of this corporeal frame.
  5. The biological I, the corporeal I and the 161.

  6. As for me, Rami provided a sort of corporeal security.
  7. The more energy he spends, the less he can stay corporeal.
  8. Tess's passing corporeal blight had been her mental harvest.
  9. What I thought was strange was that they appeared in corporeal form.
  10. Of course, that’s not her corporeal self, the professor said.
  11. It knew the greed and heartlessness of corporeal men made corporate.
  12. Next to the SELF we have the Corporeal I, or the profound emotional I.
  13. Slipping on his breeches, Loki says, You have a corporeal form?
  14. It didn't matter, however: it was all part of the corporeal experience.
  15. Sarge was still in corporeal form, but somehow had assumed gigantic proportions.

  16. Yes, she looked solid, but she was no more corporeal than a drift of river mist.
  17. The Corporeal standing next to communications said, They just came on line, sir.
  18. However, any harm that you incur here will be carried over to your corporeal being.
  19. It was mournful, indeed, to witness the subjugation of that vigorous spirit to a corporeal infirmity.
  20. But this didn’t make sense: if they remained corporeal, they couldn’t attack Sarge, who was their target.
  21. It was the same corporeal who had talked to him two days ago, and with him was a woman with Lieutenant’s stripes on her sleeve.
  22. Exactly at that Council, the orthodox point of view on corporeal revival was authorized under pressure of the emperor Constantine.
  23. There was a corporeal humility in looking up at him; and a white man standing before him seemed a white flag come to beg truce of a fortress.
  24. It was then that "the literary quadrille" and the other æsthetic items were invented and proposed as substitutes for the corporeal enjoyments.
  25. And as natural selection works solely by and for the good of each being, all corporeal and mental endowments will tend to progress towards perfection.

  26. The renters who had come five years after his death and stayed for thirteen years had recently moved, so the place was empty, at least of corporeal beings.
  27. It will be universally admitted that instincts are as important as corporeal structures for the welfare of each species, under its present conditions of life.
  28. He seemed unconcerned with her corporeal state or his lack of bonds, but stood staring at the world's sun -- a hazy blue ball rapidly descending to the horizon.
  29. It occurred to the Corporeal that his sympathies may lie with the oppressed peoples of the city, but nevertheless he wasn’t anxious to be killed by a sonic bomb.
  30. Although he was a thief, Brynjolf had always had a very particular reaction to the idea of family, whether it be in the abstract or in the corporeal and immediate sense.
  31. The wheels have eight spokes because the double quaternity or ogdoad stands for a totality, for something that is at once heavenly and earthly, spiritual or corporeal.
  32. As modifications of corporeal structure arise from, and are increased by, use or habit, and are diminished or lost by disuse, so I do not doubt it has been with instincts.
  33. Here, for the watching crew to witness, was the oldest battle known; the battle between good and evil; weak, ethereal, suffering good and strong, corporeal, revelling evil.
  34. A margin call from the bank would force him to realize losses close to 50 percent; here in the corporeal world, leverage, depressingly, turned out to be just a synonym for amplification.
  35. Yes, sir, there were then those surpluses in the Treasury, the ghosts of which lingered along its vaults for a time after their corporeal bodies departed, and were then heard of no more.
  36. When it did, like all Unseelie created via an imperfect Song, it was obsessed by a desire to complete itself, to obtain a corporeal body for its consciousness, to become like others of its kind.
  37. Glancing at instincts, marvellous as some are, they offer no greater difficulty than do corporeal structures on the theory of the natural selection of successive, slight, but profitable modifications.
  38. From my experience with spirits, it usually takes them months to become strong enough to manifest enough to be seen by the living, and Sarge had not been dead for even an hour and here he was fully corporeal.
  39. Again, as in the case of corporeal structure, and conformably to my theory, the instinct of each species is good for itself, but has never, as far as we can judge, been produced for the exclusive good of others.
  40. We all looked on with horrified amazement as we saw, when he stood back, the woman, with a corporeal body as real at that moment as our own, pass through the interstice where scarce a knife blade could have gone.
  41. Unfortunately, being corporeal means I’m as subject to the elements as everyone else, and it’s once again raining in Dublin; a torrential spring downpour, good for the newly planted flowers and trees but bad for me.
  42. Is lightened—That serene and blessed mood, In which the affections gently lead us on, Until the breath of this corporeal frame And even the motion of our human blood Almost suspended, we are laid asleep In body, and become a living soul;.
  43. We may regard the rise and subsequent decline of the new technology stocks as just another in the long list of manias that periodically sweep through investment markets, but in recent years at least, these manias have had a motivator more corporeal than the madness of crowds.
  44. It seems that our society‘s consummate pursuit of Material Things proportionate to its increasing indifference to Spiritual Things has sterilized our souls in a manner that has left many of us intellectually and morally barren and susceptible to whimsical notions of corporeal designs.
  45. Then like all the rest of us he says, the Bible is harmonious and consistent, and as certainly as the corporeal of bodily death dose not end man’s existence, just that sure we are that any interpretation of any text that contradicts this fundamental fact is wrong and grossly misleading.
  46. Abstract from the consideration of a soldier, for which they are only rendered fit from their corporeal powers, everything with them is premature; if forced into existence, like the flower or fruit unseasonably raised in a hot-bed, wears the external qualities, but, in fragrance and taste, is unnatural and insipid.
  47. He knew, for example, that however magnetic his ascendency in some respects was over Starbuck, yet that ascendency did not cover the complete spiritual man any more than mere corporeal superiority involves intellectual mastership; for to the purely spiritual, the intellectual but stand in a sort of corporeal relation.
  48. There is no generic likeness whatever between corporeal dissolution, the breaking up of human nature, and the everlasting suffering of a living body and soul: but there is a strong likeness between the mortality of man upon earth, and his second death at the judgment, when 'both body and soul will be destroyed in Gehenna.
  49. Our teachers were also conscious of them, and flogged us! We had a morbid dread of corporeal punishment, and strove to the uttermost to avoid it; but it made no difference, it came all the same—came as surely and swiftly to us as to the bad boys who played "hookey," the worse boys who fought, and the worst boy who once stoned his master in the street.
  50. How wonderful is it then—except after explanation—that this great monster, to whom corporeal warmth is as indispensable as it is to man; how wonderful that he should be found at home, immersed to his lips for life in those Arctic waters! where, when seamen fall overboard, they are sometimes found, months afterwards, perpendicularly frozen into the hearts of fields of ice, as a fly is found glued in amber.
  51. He had undergone some strange experiences in his absence; he had seen the virtual Faustina in the literal Cornelia, a spiritual Lucretia in a corporeal Phryne; he had thought of the woman taken and set in the midst as one deserving to be stoned, and of the wife of Uriah being made a queen; and he had asked himself why he had not judged Tess constructively rather than biographically, by the will rather than by the deed?
  52. On the other hand, the fact that instincts are not always absolutely perfect and are liable to mistakes; that no instinct can be shown to have been produced for the good of other animals, though animals take advantage of the instincts of others; that the canon in natural history, of "Natura non facit saltum," is applicable to instincts as well as to corporeal structure, and is plainly explicable on the foregoing views, but is otherwise inexplicable—all tend to corroborate the theory of natural selection.
  53. In the same manner, then, as oar Lord Himself said, ' I am the true bread that came down from heaven' (not meaning thereby that he was a lump of baked dough or manna, but the true means of sustaining the true life of man, which is spiritual, not corporeal), so in the sacrament to the worthy receiver of the consecrated elements, though in their nature mere bread and wine, are yet given truly, really, and effectively, the crucified body and blood of Christ; that body and blood which are the instruments of man's redemption, and upon which our spiritual life and strength solely depend.
  54. With the creation of corporeal beasts,.

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