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A lapse in symptoms (e.
Sleep is merely a lapse in mem-.
The kind luxurious lapse and steal.
And, after a short lapse of time, Mr.
To the lapse, uneducated eye of.
There shouldn’t have been a lapse.
What was the time lapse there?

A few moments of tense silence lapse.
Before this lapse in judgment, he’d.
She knows it was just a temporary lapse.
There was a lapse in my memory from that day.
Hath gathered credence with the lapse of time.
But that is to be expected from one so lapse.
The moment I was about to lapse in sleep, someone.
Such a lapse in concentration could get one killed.
There was no way for me to calculate the time lapse.
After the lapse of a good quarter of an hour, and some.
After the lapse of a few minutes, he was no longer blind.
He liked to lapse into the dialect when he talked to her.
Forgetting about their presence, the lapse cost him dear.
How wonderful, she said, not noticing his lapse in.
It was at this epoch that Marius, after the lapse of six.
It couldn’t be real or the embarrassing lapse that had.
Destroy the rights of property and we lapse into barbarism.
I noticed her panic made her lapse into her native language.
Tell my story? Lapse of judgment? It’s as though God-zog.
M: You talk of the unconscious when there is a lapse in mem-.
She shook her head to clear the momentary lapse in attention.
After a short reflective lapse in conversation, Moshe remarked.
He grinned, Is that what it was… a lapse in judgment?
The biggest sticking point was the time lapse before the sale.
During that lapse the Devatas sent Guru Brihaspati to sabotage.
Cursing inwardly at his lapse, Kifter tried to conceal his fury.
At all costs, Nicky did not want to lapse into depression again.
The enemy’s lapse in professionalism cleared Eilidh’s mind.
After the lapse of a few minutes he no longer knew his position.
Lydgate! said Mary, with an unmistakable lapse into indifference.
They were waiting for any minor security lapse which they got soon.
For a moment they all thought the grand old senator had had a lapse.
I had expected time to lapse whilst I was elsewhere folding it.
You are lapsing because it is wearing off.
It resulted in them lapsing from going to Mass on a regular basis.
Lapsing lighthearted, she said, Methinks Alex doth protest too.
They were lapsing into the relationship they'd had before the Moorhen.
Her mother was talking at last, just as the daughter was lapsing into silence.
Over our dessert of lemon syllabub, Mia regales us with her exploits in Paris, lapsing at one point into fluent French.
Hypothermia is progressive - one's body program passes through several levels before lapsing into an subconscious condition.
Even in the lifetime of the apostles, each church was prevented from lapsing into apostasy only by the watchful care of the founders.
What does this state of political structure mean for Jews? I believe it provides the sort of state in which lapsed and lapsing Jews feel safest, and which they strive to replicate wherever they live.
Certain it was that I was lapsing into sleep, the open eyed sleep of one who yields to a sweet fascination, when there came through the snow-stilled air a long, low wail, so full of woe and pity that it woke me like the sound of a clarion.
Internally, whether in the globe or animal body, it is a moist thick lobe, a word especially applicable to the liver and lungs and the leaves of fat (γεἱβω, labor, lapsus, to flow or slip downward, a lapsing; λοβὁς, globus, lobe, globe; also lap, flap, and many other words); externally a dry thin leaf, even as the f and v are a pressed and dried b.
Because they are the furthest removed action for a person living the life they are in, at the point of the receipt of the news: becoming world champions in sport at entirely the wrong age, selling everything to launch a business idea, leaving everything they know to cleave a new life in a foreign country where there is no chance of lapsing back into the ways of Blighty, dedicating their lives to a cause which they feel warrants such a sacrifice with the most incredible, world-changing results.
Sometimes he lapsed into a.
Then he lapsed into silence.
She lapsed into dismayed silence.
The brothers lapsed into silence.
She lapsed back into sleep again.
She lapsed into self-loathing again.
We both lapsed into hopeless silence.
Time lapsed on toward one future state.
Finally he lapsed into dignified silence.
That, lapsed in time and passion, lets go by.
Some seconds lapsed before the man spoke again.
They had now lapsed into another era of silence.
Rosemary lapsed into silence again, remembering.
President MacArthur lapsed into a sudden silence.
Robert lapsed into silence, staring out over the.
He had lapsed into the non-state of the Empty Ones.
Deprived of combat he lapsed again into a sullen silence.
An hour had now lapsed since the Spitfire's urgent report.
Now Lisa lapsed serious as she turned her attention to Alex.
Now John lapsed into a more silent kind of pictorial reverie.
Thirty seconds lapsed and then he heard his friend’s voice.
Barron and Barnett lapsed into an uneasy silence as they both.
Alex had already lapsed serious again, and he tilted his head.
The two men laughed and lapsed into thoughtful quiet once again.
A wolf, it is said,—but here the tale has surely lapsed into.
She lapsed into a stream of mumbling that Hal couldn’t make out.
How the hell— he began, but then lapsed back into silence.
Two years had lapsed since I was last in Spain with Satchi & Devi.
Majesty had lapsed dangerously, but in his own defence, he trusted.
She was a bit surprised because the scheme has, in reality, lapsed.
He lapsed into fitful sleep, fearful of the nightmares which always.
The answer did not please her, and the conversation lapsed for awhile.
Again he lapsed into silence, speaking only when absolutely necessary.
They all lapsed into a long silence and stared out the small windows.
Just as suddenly as he had lapsed into darkness, his demeanor became.
The kerygmatic sermon of the Church has lapsed into superficial moralism.
Lost in thought, Travis hadn’t realized that the conversation had lapsed.
It is intended by the statement "then, the devil lapsed them away from it…".
Ten minutes lapsed before Rose appeared with the towel wrapped around her body.
Good, moderately lapsed Christian that I am, I even said a prayer of contrition.
Even writers have lapses.
Your sleep comes on in minute long lapses.
I mean, you could be… He lapses into thought.
The time lapses; the instant transportation from.
Lapses are very common and typically pass with time.
But then he lapses into deep concentration for a minute.
I was so nervous that I have memory lapses of the sequence of events.
Remy and those curious lapses from the dignity that might be expected of the managers.
The lip—labium, from labor (?)—laps or lapses from the sides of the cavernous mouth.
Reason is subject to lapses in judgment; that is to say, subject to variation and change.
The man was plain stupid; worse, he was arrogant about it, flaunting his frequent logic lapses.
Jason, of course, was unaware of the lurid lapses Bruce experienced during intimacies with Juliet.
You think all existence lapses in as quiet a flow as that in which your youth has hitherto slid away.
Coast Guard officials initially were concerned with alleged port security lapses and potential risks.
Unless they are suffering temporary lapses of sanity, they do not double-cross or cheat their employers.
The good tended to serve his needs with only occasional lapses, but the bad seemed to be with him always.
Except for 2 lapses in 11 years, when I had been at parties and consumed a lot of alcohol, I have been totally off the smoking.
World Weary Avengers could not afford any lapses; they were the owners of some extremely advanced and therefore dangerous technology.
Memory lapses, scratches I don’t know how I got, and I know this sounds stupid, but some of my clothes don’t even fit anymore.
D’ata’s repeated lapses and blatant confessions demonstrated rebellion against God and, consequently, were the most serious of nature.
It is more of an agreement really, if one partner wants to end the relationship then all they have to do is wait till the agreement lapses which is every three months.
Gnazzo left UTC for a job with a Long Island company, Computers Associates, which promptly was debarred and humiliated in the financial markets for severe ethical lapses.
Warren would say comfortably, resolutely closing her eyes to the fact that James’ early environment, and not his sense of humor, was responsible for his occasional lapses.
Nearly hysterical in his screams of fright and anguish, his story was told between the many lapses of coherency, while he forced himself to relate what he could barely stand to relive.
Buster laughed though offered no explanation of his response to his cousin’s inquiry, but given Judy’s tendency to have lapses of absentmindedness during which she occasionally acted quite foolish, his reaction was understandable.
But I should not weary you with my letter, sir, if I were not firmly convinced that the nobility of your sentiments and your open, candid character would suggest to you yourself a means for retrieving all lapses and returning everything to its original position.
The lunatic is both cunning and malignant; she has never failed to take advantage of her guardian’s temporary lapses; once to secrete the knife with which she stabbed her brother, and twice to possess herself of the key of her cell, and issue therefrom in the night-time.
There might have been lapses of an erring father but he wanted to turn over a new leaf and now, when at long last in sight of the whipping post, to lead a homely life in the evening of his days, permeated by the affectionate surroundings of the heaving bosom of the family.
While I am likely still in the early to moderate stages of the disease, I’ve been experiencing unpredictable cognitive lapses that make it impossible for me to meet the demands of this position with the highest of standards that I’ve always held myself to and that are expected here.
How many of those polled expressing approval of a man who for over twenty years has slipped and slid his way out of dirty situations with word games, would allow the Pope the same leeway in his publicly-demonstrated moral standards? Non-Catholics, at least, would be shocked and outraged if he acted the same way, making no allowances whatsoever for all the "good" he supposedly does in between lapses of holiness.
As he threw down his book, stretched his legs towards the embers in the grate, and clasped his hands at the back of his head, in that agreeable afterglow of excitement when thought lapses from examination of a specific object into a suffusive sense of its connections with all the rest of our existence—seems, as it were, to throw itself on its back after vigorous swimming and float with the repose of unexhausted strength— Lydgate felt a triumphant delight in his studies, and something like pity for those less lucky men who were not of his profession.

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