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That, also, is still obscure.
They never obscure (cross over or.
It was an obscure night of early May.
It is obscure because it is underhand.
That affair had remained rather obscure.
The world seemed so obscure and distant.
Thus in a style obscure and stale,(64).

The lamb is slightly more obscure though.
It's dark and obscure, but intellectual.
BUT THE ENDING IS IN THE OBSCURE FUCTURE.
An obscure street, peaceable inhabitants.
BUT THE ENDING ARE IN THE OBSCURE FUCTURE.
His means of death, his obscure funeral--.
Never once greater, than she's now obscure.
At the bottom of her heart was some obscure.
But for the most part, our planet is obscure.
Everything seemed dark, obscure, and terrible.
Hideous and obscure as it all was, it held Mrs.
WOULD IN A GREAT MEASURE OBSCURE THE LIGHT OF.
A period of Erik's life remained quite obscure.
OBSCURE THE LIGHT OF HEAVEN AND PUT AN END TO A.
Thoughts obscure the luminosity of consciousness.
Some rules are obvious and some are more obscure.
I said the origin of his fortune remained obscure.
The nature of the bond is frequently quite obscure.
That was not an obscure or fanciful location to me.
Jesus, when he condescends to refer to this obscure.
That was the two Degas and that obscure Monet?
It was so obscure and subtle that I almost completely.
If the purposes of designing remains obscure then the.
The obscure windows, of course, leave the interior dark.
To them, fresh from obscure beginnings, she WAS society.
If you are successful then you won't win by being obscure.
Ogg could see that even in an obscure and otherwise over-.
Second, more obscure schools could look up to role models.
I am too poor and obscure a writer to need or heed a critic.
His predictions were given in obscure and enigmatical forms.
IT WOULD IN A GREAT MEASURE OBSCURE THE LIGHT OF HEAVEN AND.
Hundreds of obscure figures stand on the upper rim of the pit.
As if that would be important, however obscure it now seemed.
It was also obscuring our view of the hill.
He stepped out, losing his foot to the obscuring grey.
She felt as though a misty veil was obscuring her vision.
The sky continued to stoop ever lower, obscuring hints of.
It is a cloud that is obscuring the light of spiritual Sun.
His hand rested lightly on her cheek obscuring her from view.
Louie used his hands for code, obscuring them from the guards.
The snow fell in large flakes, obscuring his vision as he ran.
After a time, the stormy winds and obscuring clouds dissipated.
Stacy’s hair was short and brown, partially obscuring her eyes.
I turned back to the window and the clouds came back, obscuring the sun.
Their fire brands revealed a large woven matt obscuring the cave opening.
The road bent to the left, obscuring the city wall behind the thick forest.
Your vanity is obscuring your head! Replied Labarique in a firm tone.
Imperfections-the obscuring pall of nature-are there until there is steady.
A fog came up from the river, filling the valley and obscuring the distant flares.
He spun his bike, stirring up a cloud of dirt, obscuring him from the laser fire.
The warden was fat with a buzz cut and rolls of flesh almost obscuring his collar.
It loomed over them, with a heavy mist obscuring tongues of glacier on its heights.
The darkness had closed in, cloud obscuring the stars and no sign of the sun as yet.
Thoughts forever crowd together in your head, obscuring any clear view of the world.
The SHADOW obscuring the real MOTIVATIONS and INTENTIONS of those who feed us His Story.
Tom began to rub his temples, trying to clear his head of the pounding that was obscuring.
Tears rolled in her eyes obscuring her vision as she felt the emotions rushing through her.
I turned around the tree as the pair came closer, obscuring myself from view with each turn.
Light feathery clouds skittered across the sky obscuring the sun, then uncovering it rapidly.
Pulling the throw from the bedside chair, he tossed it over Adorno, obscuring the awful face.
They drifted on the breeze and swarmed around her, completely obscuring the world from sight.
I was watching the heavy cloud cover, which was obscuring most of the mountain vista ahead of us.
Hidden/Hide–To be outside of the knowledge of; to prevent discovery by obscuring the truth about.
Then I felt a rush of wind against my face, my hair thrust in front of my eyes, obscuring my vision.
Flecks of rubber deposits were plastered across the well that held the site glass obscuring the view.
As I reached the intersection, a hedge sprang up obscuring my vision and I did not see the other car.
She stood over him, the shadow of her hair, her breasts, and long thin legs obscuring him in darkness.
The rain and oncoming night challenged Drau’d’s limited cave-vision, obscuring his father’s image.
The road was slick with large wet flakes obscuring the windscreen as fast as the wipers could clear them.
Smoke gathered in the rafters, obscuring Sicarius, who crouched on the beam closest to the door, ten feet away.
The young woman had a thick long scarf obscuring her hair and face, but as she turned, her profile came into view.
It was in the upper corner, partially obscuring a postcard that displayed the Metropolitan Cathedral in Mexico City.
We went in to see him together shortly after midnight, but he was asleep, still ashen, a mask obscuring most of his face.
A fog obscured his vision.
Dark clouds obscured the Moon.
Nothing interrupted or obscured its coming.
Heavy gray clouds obscured the sun and even.
Thick smoke obscured his vision; the roar of.
Dawn the following morning was obscured by the.
The way her hair fell obscured part of her face.
It was partly obscured by a small stand of trees.
But soon obscured by distance, blinded with sand.
Murdam’s mask was obscured by the tinted glass.
The rain poured down, and obscured the receding punt.
Or it would be if it wasn't obscured by his mustache.
Her presence somehow obscured from the wolf’s nose.
They obscured the summit temporarily, then cleared to.
His view was partially obscured by several cars between.
Thick clouds, rolling up from the sea, obscured the stars.
His house is obscured by trees until I reach his driveway.
Even then, this can still be obscured by shadows and lies.
She was too obscured in the haze, and she was falling fast.
The activities of obscured cults, and alien entities, left.
His face was obscured and he wanted to use the name Max.
Thick clouds obscured the sun, casting the afternoon into dusk.
Of the unknown figure that became totally obscured by swirling.
The airship ascended until the canopy obscured it from his view.
It was deep in the forest and partially obscured by thick vines.
Pine stepped out from behind the tree that obscured his presence.
He tried to read her expression but her face was mostly obscured.
By the time we reached the cabin, snow almost obscured our sight.
I was staring at a partially obscured shot of the killer’s face.
His flight helmet showed him spotty imagery obscured by the debris.
Shadows obscured the other men sitting along the sides of the room.
Behind the horse, obscured by brush and trees, a tall wagon rested.
It was fortunate that the moon was not obscured that night, for the.
With the sense ‘I am’ emerging, ‘That’ is obscured, as with.
Ceri felt an instant of fear and then the dazzling nimbus obscured her.
His eyes were obscured from view by a pair of dark aviator sunglasses.
Thick clouds, unseen during his afternoon’s work obscured his vision.
Her facial features are obscured beneath dark goggles and a black hood.
The sinking moon was obscured by a great sailing cloud, but suddenly it.
Jaron and Indio followed her gaze towards a figure obscured in the crowd.
Illusion obscures truth and keeps one lost.
SMOKEY VEIL THAT OBSCURES HIS TRUTH FROM YOU.
A dogged belief in consistency obscures one's vísion.
Loki obscures most of the view, but Amy can see the thing is still there.
In fact, it only obscures my view for a few seconds before evaporating completely.
Smoke is an ideal indicator, but do not place it so that it obscures the touchdown area.
Anxiety about the technique and the beauty of the picture for the most part obscures the feeling.
There is an undefined phenomenon in the cosmos, never mentioned (in public) because it obscures the.
One key situation we find of interest is when we believe unrepresentative accounting obscures the true value of the business.
To judge yourself and to judge others is a preoccupation of the mind that dirties the heart and subsequently obscures the soul.
High-Q filters have high selectivity in the frequency domain, but their ringing obscures the cyclic information in the data input.
Nevertheless, for those who seek the Truth, the shadow story seems shrouded in the mystery that obscures the truth from our conscious understanding.
In actual practice, the presence of additional noise and fluctuation obscures these simple tendencies, but this is the underlying truth of momentum divergence.
It is the convulsive manifestation of his personality, an instinctive melancholia, an uncontrollable desire for self-assertion, all of which obscures his reason.
In my opinion, this precision property of indicators gives traders a false sense of security and obscures the fact that indicators are basically displays of a statistical process.
It arises out of the observation of the imperfections which appear in the shadow cast by a finite universe of things and beings as such a cosmos obscures the living light of the universal expression of the eternal realities of the Infinite One.
The harmless theory, as some people call it, of a real corporal presence of Christ's natural body and blood in the bread and wine, if pursued to its legitimate consequences, obscures every leading doctrine of the gospel, and damages and interferes with the whole system of Christ's truth.
And, in these cases, somewhat as a pilot, when about losing sight of a coast, whose general trending he well knows, and which he desires shortly to return to again, but at some further point; like as this pilot stands by his compass, and takes the precise bearing of the cape at present visible, in order the more certainly to hit aright the remote, unseen headland, eventually to be visited: so does the fisherman, at his compass, with the whale; for after being chased, and diligently marked, through several hours of daylight, then, when night obscures the fish, the creature's future wake through the darkness is almost as established to the sagacious mind of the hunter, as the pilot's coast is to him.

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