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All of her movements were careful and methodical, partaking of the stealth of a criminal who has plotted his felony for months in advance and knows exactly which step to take next in the course of the final execution of his crime.
from Brown Corpus
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All and her
All this was unknown to me, and yet I had dared to ask her out for the most important night of the year!!
All he can do is to be an objective and careful questioner, seeking to help the sensitive in clarifying and making more specific her paranormal impressions.
All through July the Discovery picked her way along the 450-mile-long strait, avoiding ice and rocky islands.
And when she returned from taking her guests back to New York she had said, `` All they talked about was Harvie Harvie this, Harvie that When they know the truth will they drop away from me, will I become a nothing ''??
All three Brontë sisters worked as governesses or teachers, and all experienced problems controlling their charges, gaining support from their employers, and coping with homesickness — but Anne was the only one who persevered and made a success of her work.
(" I'm Like the Bluebird ") All the money is in the hands of Cora Hoover Hooper, the stylish, ruthless mayoress and her cronies-Comptroller Schub, Treasurer Cooley, and Police Chief Magruder.
All were licensed by Frederick Warne & Co. and earned Potter an independent income as well as immense profits for her publisher.
Victoria found the house " small but pretty ", and recorded in her diary that: " All seemed to breathe freedom and peace, and to make one forget the world and its sad turmoils ".
The latter became well known for her reconstructions of baroque ballets for London's " Ballet for All " company in the 1960s.
All the presents being placed round the trees …" After her marriage to her German cousin Prince Albert, by 1841 the custom became even more widespread throughout Britain.
With her 1976 album All I Can Do, co-produced by herself with Porter Wagoner, Parton began taking more of an active role in production, and began specifically aiming her music in a more mainstream, pop direction.
All Dominicans sang the Little Office of the Blessed Virgin each day and saluted her as their advocate.
All and movements
All contemporary Jewish movements consider the Tanakh, and the Oral Torah in the form of the Mishnah and Talmuds as sacred, although movements are divided as to claims concerning their divine revelation, and also their authority.
By the later 19th century, history painting was often explicitly rejected by avant-garde movements such as the Impressionists ( except for Édouard Manet ) and the Symbolists, and according to one recent writer " Modernism was to a considerable extent built upon the rejection of History Painting ... All other genres are deemed capable of entering, in one form or another, the ' pantheon ' of modernity considered, but History Painting is excluded ".
All of these choreographers influenced jazz by requiring highly trained dancers to perform a specific set of movements, which differed greatly from the colloquial form of New Orleans in the 1900s.
The majority of pagans are not committed to a single defined tradition, but understand paganism as encompassing a wide range of non-institutionalized spirituality, as promoted by the Church of All Worlds, the Feri Tradition and other movements.
All these political parties and movements believe in non-violence and express their ideas in a non-violent manner.
All three Mass cycles employ other early Tudor features, notably the mosaic of semichoir sections alternating with full sections in the four-part and five-part Masses, the use of a semichoir section to open the Gloria, Credo and Agnus Dei, and the head-motif which links the openings of all the movements of a cycle.
All his works feature his distinctive smooth camera movements, complex crane and dolly sweeps, and tracking shots, which influenced the young Stanley Kubrick at the beginning of his filmmaking career.
The subsequent series of mainly short choral movements cover Christ's Passion, Crucifixion, Death and Resurrection, at first in F minor, with a brief F major respite in " All we like sheep ".
In Hermetic thought, it is likely that the movements of the planets have meaning beyond the laws of physics and actually hold metaphorical value as symbols in the mind of The All, or God.
All the radical element, and I numbered many friends among them, were begging me to join their movements.
All the accustomed car movements had ceased ; only the speedometer told us we were still moving fast.
All movements become painful due to muscle atrophy and dry, cracked skin that is caused by severe dehydration.
The All India Kisan Sabha ( AIKS ) was formed at the Lucknow session of the Indian National Congress on 11 April 1936, with the legendary nationalist Swami Sahajanand Saraswati elected as its first President, in order to address the longstanding grievances of the peasantry and mobilise them against the zamindari landlords attacks on their occupancy rights, thus sparking the Farmers movements in India.
In December 1961, without Lutuli's sanction, Nelson Mandela of the Provincial ANC publicly launched Umkhonto we Sizwe at the All In Conference, where delegates from several movements had convened to discuss cooperation.
All these movements eventually failed " despite spectacular victories such as the destruction of the British army in Afghanistan in 1842 and the taking of Kharoum in 1885.
All these have been inviolved with social and cultural movements and hence this was the golden era of literature which brought about a renaissance in Kannada literature.
The CPNZ never had mass influence or real political power, but it did politically influence several generations of radicals and stimulated several important social movements, including Halt All Racist Tours ( HART ) and the Progressive Youth Movement ( PYM ).