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  1. Thoughts of more deep seclusion; and connect.
  2. Keep him in seclusion in strange surroundings.
  3. When he called on his Lord, a call in seclusion.
  4. After the years of seclusion, just being in the.
  5. That Jesus could be brought up in total seclusion.
  6. Whatever the reason, he successfully remained in seclusion.
  7. When we lost that war, General Stralin went into seclusion.
  8. They enjoyed the wild freedom and the seclusion of the island.
  9. Whatever Masque Profane was, it was certainly held in seclusion.
  10. Zoe chose the cabin to let out her anger because of its seclusion.
  11. Never again Canada for Roy, despite his earlier seclusion from P&G.
  12. I’ll tip the balance, overdose of lucid memoirs seclusion of the.
  13. I supposed that he was trained in seclusion for this moment as well.
  14. This is a life in contrast to the seclusion of the cliffs at Newport.
  15. So they who have chosen a life of seclusion because of their disen-.
  16. The seclusion of the street leading to the cottage brings great relief.
  17. The seclusion was bliss, and uninvited guest were rare Occasionally a.
  18. He lives in seclusion, you will have to go to Basel and track him down.
  19. And this Ren Kuangfeng that was in seclusion for twenty years, why did he.
  20. Its partial seclusion allowed me to become immersed in what I was reading.
  21. Obscurists do their work in seclusion and protection within the Iron Tower.
  22. This elite secrecy of total seclusion and exclusion makes them seem perfect.
  23. Seclusion in Panama was almost an obligatory penance in the life of the rich.
  24. Eunuch-boy, her name for Mr Becker, was insultingly covetous of his seclusion.
  25. Brandley had been a friend of Miss Havisham's before the time of her seclusion.
  26. Later, they picked up the prasadam and had it for their breakfast in seclusion.
  27. All the next day they remained in quiet seclusion in this eventful upper chamber.
  28. They go into seclusion and are protected by the huge wealth of their mother church.
  29. His mother intervened, inviting him for Yom Kippur-which, of course, meant seclusion.
  30. She lived in respectable seclusion; she was of a soft but fairly cheerful disposition.
  31. And the longer the monk lives in his seclusion, the more keenly he must recognize that.
  32. Their targets sought seclusion, isolation, not camouflaged integration into the society.
  33. Finally, however, the story was finished, and Anne read it to Diana in the seclusion of the porch gable.
  34. But at length she was secured by the exertions of Elinor, who greatly disapproved such continual seclusion.
  35. He had returned to society and to his friends, who gladly forgave him his temporary relapse into seclusion.
  36. But there are many ways to obtain seclusion without in any way depriving us of much-needed air in summer and sun in winter.
  37. Margis and Galen stayed with them for a short time before moving back upstairs to study their Air Magic notes in seclusion.
  38. Sadly, since the demise of the old world and their seclusion on this island, your parents have had to do without electricity.
  39. I suspected that he was longing to assert himself again, to come forth from his seclusion, to show fight, to struggle to the last.
  40. Here it was wofully visible, in this intense seclusion of the forest, which of itself would have been a heavy trial to the spirits.
  41. Reverend Keller emerged from the seclusion of the trailer’s tiny utility room, where he’d spent the last three hours on his knees.
  42. The Captain replied that they had only three passengers on board and all of them had cholera, but they were being kept in strict seclusion.
  43. I had spent the day preparing for the experience from very early in the morning meditating on the terrace of the house in total seclusion in.
  44. She was angry with herself afterwards, thinking that he, unaware of her grave reasons for liking this seclusion, might have mistaken her meaning.
  45. It is possible, Haidee, that so perfect a seclusion, though conformable with the habits and customs of the East, may not be practicable in Paris.
  46. They soak up this worship as their natural due… as their god-given right… and retire back to the seclusion of their boring, dead, empty lives.
  47. I issued my first official statement via the 222 website stating that Bob had entered into seclusion for the time being and was not available to anyone.
  48. They knew Alice had been reared in the genteel seclusion of a convent and would be innocent of the sexual innuendos of the words she was so innocently using.
  49. It was the opening of the door of seclusion, a frightful sheet of iron bristling with bolts which only turned on its hinges in the presence of the archbishop.
  50. He could not express his anguish and pains; he was in seclusion; his own beloved home turned as haunted cell; he was spending his life in a prison alike home.
  51. Charles nodded obediently though it was obvious he was now more concerned by this open display of adamancy concerning his seclusion from the rest of the hotel.
  52. There was nothing about it in the newspapers, save for a brief item that Tony Blackwell had suffered a nervous breakdown over the death of his wife and was in seclusion.
  53. In the last year the painting classes had alleviated her seclusion somewhat, for the teacher preferred group classes and would bring the other pupils to the sewing room.
  54. Lansdale, in all likelihood, would have prevented the monastic seclusion into which Diem had entered with the eager help of his brother Nhu and his brother's wife, Madame Nhu.
  55. If this is so, Archivist, may I respectfully ask when this seclusion will be complete? For it seems beyond comprehension that you mean for it to continue longer than the year.
  56. The apostles could not understand the Master's conduct as the hours passed and he remained in seclusion; their joy would have been full and perfect but for his continued absence.
  57. Urbino, without taking vows, went to live in seclusion in the Convent of the Salesians, and Fermina Daza stayed in her father’s old house until the villa in La Manga was completed.
  58. Soon there was a temple complex where a simple farm had been, and he lived in seclusion to escape the expectations of the throng, and they took his lonely misery to be holy contemplations.
  59. Woloda now came downstairs for luncheon only, and spent whole days and evenings over his studies in his own room— to which he kept, not from necessity, but because he preferred its seclusion.
  60. Her uncle kept her in great seclusion and retirement, but for all that the fame of her great beauty spread so that, as well for it as for her great wealth, her uncle was asked, solicited, and.
  61. Instead of ruling Russia as a responsible adult: he abdicated all his governmental responsibilities and escaped from civilization and went into seclusion: living with his family by the lake side.
  62. The broken screen lay as before, and exposing Semyon Ivanovitch's seclusion, seemed like an emblem of the fact that death tears away the veil from all our secrets, our shifty dodges and intrigues.
  63. At his baptism he heard the unmistakable call of his Father, the final summons to be about his Father's business, and he went away into private seclusion for forty days to think over these manifold problems.
  64. Florentino Ariza had not yet finished his sixty days of seclusion when Justice published a front-page story, complete with photographs of the two protagonists, about the alleged secret love affair between Dr.
  65. The Obscurist Magnus, in her final communication with me, urged me to continue the seclusion of the Iron Tower, for the protection of those within, who are under special threat from Burners and other heretics.
  66. They lived in isolated royal seclusion, away from the Royal court; with the whole family reverting back to nature: swimming naked, as naked stupid bearded Russian apes reverting back to a primordial stupidity.
  67. When he realizes that he is not only worse than others, but that he is responsible to all men for all and everything, for all human sins, national and individual, only then the aim of our seclusion is attained.
  68. During the first weeks of his stay in Petersburg Prince Andrew felt the whole trend of thought he had formed during his life of seclusion quite overshadowed by the trifling cares that engrossed him in that city.
  69. Dear Brothers, he began, blushing and stammering, with a written speech in his hand, it is not sufficient to observe our mysteries in the seclusion of our lodge—we must act—act! We are drowsing, but we must act.
  70. Attempting to do so, she thought of those long-past days, in a distant land, when he used to emerge at eventide from the seclusion of his study, and sit down in the firelight of their home, and in the light of her nuptial smile.
  71. Let us not forget that the mountain people have been passed by, until shrinking farther and farther into the seclusion of their hills and ravines, and living unto themselves, they have lost the sturdy qualities of their ancestors.
  72. It was ascertained that Kirillov had lived like a hermit, and in so complete a seclusion that it had been possible, as stated in the letter, for Fedka to lodge with him for so many days, even while an active search was being made for him.
  73. They stood and watched as the dust settled and realised that it signalled the end of their lives in Let-cum-baan and would be a new beginning for them, but an eternity of perpetual seclusion for the twenty-two people who had remained inside.
  74. Every time I ascended to the deck from my watches below, I instantly gazed aft to mark if any strange face were visible; for my first vague disquietude touching the unknown captain, now in the seclusion of the sea, became almost a perturbation.
  75. He, and his old canvas frock, and his loose stockings, and all his poor tatters of clothes, had, in a long seclusion from direct light and air, faded down to such a dull uniformity of parchment-yellow, that it would have been hard to say which was which.
  76. At times the strain of fulfilling the expectations of the press combined with the visions she received proved too much to accept, forcing her to yearn for peace and seclusion from the ever-present public and to denounce the attention placed upon her and her work.
  77. The Ingleside twins were not allowed to chew spruce gum anywhere but in the seclusion of Rainbow Valley, but Faith and Una were unrestricted by such rules of etiquette and cheerfully chewed it everywhere, at home and abroad, to the very proper horror of the Glen.
  78. One night, as I was in my chamber with no other companion than a damsel who waited on me, with the doors carefully locked lest my honour should be imperilled through any carelessness, I know not nor can conceive how it happened, but, with all this seclusion and these.
  79. Their different points of view led to so much discussion and bickering that they finally decided to submit the matter to a referee, a wise old fellow, who, after a very thorough acquaintance with the world and its works, had elected to spend the remainder of his days in seclusion.
  80. After a long seclusion she had come to a resolve to undertake outdoor work in her native village, the busiest season of the year in the agricultural world having arrived, and nothing that she could do within the house being so remunerative for the time as harvesting in the fields.
  81. Little accustomed, in her long seclusion from society, to measure her ideas of right and wrong by any standard external to herself, Hester saw—or seemed to see—that there lay a responsibility upon her, in reference to the clergyman, which she owed to no other, nor to the whole world besides.
  82. Farther off were hills: not so lofty as those round Lowood, nor so craggy, nor so like barriers of separation from the living world; but yet quiet and lonely hills enough, and seeming to embrace Thornfield with a seclusion I had not expected to find existent so near the stirring locality of Millcote.
  83. But now in this hateful age of ours not one is safe, not though some new labyrinth like that of Crete conceal and surround her; even there the pestilence of gallantry will make its way to them through chinks or on the air by the zeal of its accursed importunity, and, despite of all seclusion, lead them to ruin.
  84. He, in this seclusion, was able freely to illustrate his worship by gesticulations suited to his words--he was taking modern languages, and had a great choice of words,--while she listened to the rooks, whose cawings from a child had fascinated her, as they loved and quarrelled among their nests in the ancient elms.
  85. But that, in shutting out the light of day, she had shut out infinitely more; that, in seclusion, she had secluded herself from a thousand natural and healing influences; that, her mind, brooding solitary, had grown diseased, as all minds do and must and will that reverse the appointed order of their Maker, I knew equally well.
  86. To accompany these virtues, for such I hold them, my beauty, if I possess any, grew with my growth; and great as was the seclusion in which I lived it was not so great but that a young gentleman, Don Gaspar Gregorio by name, eldest son of a gentleman who is lord of a village near ours, contrived to find opportunities of seeing me.
  87. This seclusion and the restrictions laid upon my going out, were it only to church, have been keeping me unhappy for many a day and month past; I longed to see the world, or at least the town where I was born, and it did not seem to me that this wish was inconsistent with the respect maidens of good quality should have for themselves.
  88. His unfortunate flirtation with Keynesian Economic Policies (Wage and Price Controls) and prolonging the ―Great Society‖ by introducing fresh initiatives, threw a monkey wrench into the economy but enough of that! Seeking (public) forgiveness, if not self-forgiveness, this tormented soul sought redemption in seclusion and productive writing.
  89. He was not well enough to travel at all; he was just starting; he had unhappy memories of winter at Brideshead and would not come until spring was well advanced and the heating apparatus overhauled; he was coming alone; he was bringing his Italian household; he wished his return to be unannounced and to lead a life of complete seclusion; he would give a ball.
  90. This is what makes it evident that a drowning man is less free and more subject to necessity than one standing on dry ground, and that makes the actions of a man closely connected with others in a thickly populated district, or of one bound by family, official, or business duties, seem certainly less free and more subject to necessity than those of a man living in solitude and seclusion.
  91. Grief, and that together, transformed him into a complete hermit: he threw up his office of magistrate, ceased even to attend church, avoided the village on all occasions, and spent a life of entire seclusion within the limits of his park and grounds; only varied by solitary rambles on the moors, and visits to the grave of his wife, mostly at evening, or early morning before other wanderers were abroad.
  92. Feltus stood with his back to one of the pillars at the entrance to a small but quaint private dining room that overlooked the verandah and the beach beyond and that was used primarily for VIPs who occasionally visited, wishing for seclusion and confidentiality, or special parties given by social elites who did not wish to soil their own homes or go to the trouble of having to solely arrange an affair of that caliber.
  93. Don Quixote now felt it right to quit a life of such idleness as he was leading in the castle; for he fancied that he was making himself sorely missed by suffering himself to remain shut up and inactive amid the countless luxuries and enjoyments his hosts lavished upon him as a knight, and he felt too that he would have to render a strict account to heaven of that indolence and seclusion; and so one day he asked the duke and duchess to grant him permission to take his departure.
  94. And yet, in the midst of this outburst of execration and upbraiding, I found excuses for her, saying it was no wonder that a young girl in the seclusion of her parents' house, trained and schooled to obey them always, should have been ready to yield to their wishes when they offered her for a husband a gentleman of such distinction, wealth, and noble birth, that if she had refused to accept him she would have been thought out of her senses, or to have set her affection elsewhere, a suspicion injurious to her fair name and fame.
  95. I am that lowly peasant girl whom thou in thy goodness or for thy pleasure wouldst raise high enough to call herself thine; I am she who in the seclusion of innocence led a contented life until at the voice of thy importunity, and thy true and tender passion, as it seemed, she opened the gates of her modesty and surrendered to thee the keys of her liberty; a gift received by thee but thanklessly, as is clearly shown by my forced retreat to the place where thou dost find me, and by thy appearance under the circumstances in which I see thee.
  96. And when these things unite in a man of greatly superior natural force, with a globular brain and a ponderous heart; who has also by the stillness and seclusion of many long night-watches in the remotest waters, and beneath constellations never seen here at the north, been led to think untraditionally and independently; receiving all nature's sweet or savage impressions fresh from her own virgin voluntary and confiding breast, and thereby chiefly, but with some help from accidental advantages, to learn a bold and nervous lofty language—that man makes one in a whole nation's census—a mighty pageant creature, formed for noble tragedies.
  97. Therefore the Great Ones usually live in comparative seclusion,.

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