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He looked very carefully at every piece of furnishing, as though hoping to store this information carefully in his mind.
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Thus, in the last few years, a number of programs which looked very promising at the time their development was commenced have since been completely eliminated.
A little later the district attorney woke up, emerged from under the couch, looked at his watch, and realized he had an engagement that very hour to address a meeting of the Culture Forum on `` The Civic Spirit of the Southland '', in the Byzantine room of the hotel where his wife, as president of the forum, was to preside.
* Charles Dickens used Selkirk as a simile in Chapter Two of The Pickwick Papers: " Colonel Builder and Sir Thomas Clubber exchanged snuff – boxes, and looked very much like a pair of Alexander Selkirks — ' Monarchs of all they surveyed.
Another group of animals discovered subsequently, whose filtering mechanism looked similar, was also included in " Bryozoa " until 1869, when the two groups were noted to be very different internally.
Sceptics noted that the fairies " looked suspiciously like the traditional fairies of nursery tales " and that they had " very fashionable hairstyles ".
Although the very act of codification was a radical innovation, given the precedent-based design of the Roman legal system, the jurists were generally conservative, and constantly looked to past Roman practice and theory for guidance.
A " probably apocryphal " story relates that as Beatty walked into Churchill's office at the Admiralty, Churchill looked him over and said, " You seem very young to be an Admiral.
The famous Totentanz by Bernt Notke in Lübeck ’ s Marienkirche ( destroyed during the Allied Bombing of Lübeck in World War II ) presented the dead dancers as very lively and agile, making the impression that they were actually dancing, whereas their living dancing partners looked clumsy and passive.
The first chassis from March, AGS and Ralt were developments of their existing 1984 Formula Two designs, although Lola's entry was based on and looked very much like an IndyCar.
According to Gardner's first biographer, Jack Bracelin, Com was very flirtatious and " clearly looked on these trips as mainly manhunts ", viewing Gardner as a nuisance.
This idea, which looked very promising in 1957, was proposed to the US Army by Jack Kilby, and led to the short-lived Micromodule Program ( similar to 1951's Project Tinkertoy ).
The resulting Ford " Pygmy " and Willys " Quad " prototypes looked very similar to the Bantam BRC ( Bantam Reconnaissance Car ) prototype and Spicer supplied very similar four-wheel drivetrain components to all three manufacturers.
On his palette he would grind out a colour collection of neutral grays, umbers, ochre and earthen greens that looked like they were pulled from the very soil he painted.
It was also known in England that Bradman was dismissed for a four-ball duck by fast bowler Eddie Gilbert, and looked very uncomfortable.
Balaam was finally taken by a now very frustrated Balak to Peor, and, after the seven sacrifices there, decided not to seek enchantments but instead looked on the Israelites from the peak.
In September 1939, Menzies found himself a wartime leader of a small nation of 7 million people that depended on Britain for defence against the looming threat of the Japanese Empire, with 100 million people, a very powerful military, and an aggressive foreign policy that looked south.
Through the balance of the 1970s until 1992, the factory stock sheetmetal over a racing frame meant the cars looked very much like their street version counterparts.
In the 1920s, commercial IF filters looked very similar to 1920s audio interstage coupling transformers, had very similar construction and were wired up in an almost identical manner, and so they were referred to as " IF Transformers ".
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Historical subjects, religious themes, and portraits were valued ( landscape and still life were not ), and the Académie preferred carefully finished images that looked realistic when examined closely.
True to their word, the colonists had looked after White's belongings, which had been carefully buried and hidden.
When Kirk talked with his double directly, two separate takes of Shatner facing opposite directions were combined, with the camera motion carefully controlled so that the resulting image looked realistic.
In order not to be completely delegitimized by the murder of Rathenau, Ehrhardt carefully looked to it, that no connections between him and the assassins could be detected.
After his death, his personal effects were carefully looked after by his great-nephew, Friedrich Wilhelm Körte ( 1776 – 1846 ).
And by then simply dollying the camera with the entire rig down the room gave us the shot of what looked like the camera flying along directly behind the bullet travelling through the air toward the target .... By carefully ' lighting out ' the reflections on the Plexi, the shot was accomplished.
According to Marc Galanter, the members at a festival in Orlando, Florida " looked as though they had been drawn from the graduate campus of a large university — bright, not too carefully groomed, casually dressed.
“ For an instant Manolios ’ s heart failed him, he turned to the door-it was closed ; he looked at the three lit lamps and, under them, the icons loaded with ex-votos: Christ, red-cheeked, with carefully combed hair, was smiling ; the Virgin Mary, bending over the child was taking no interest in what was happening under her eyes.
The division between the sexes is not carefully looked after, and the young women who are quartered among the married passengers have neither the privacy to which they are entitled nor are they much more protected than if they were living promiscuously .< P >
Nowadays, someone in Close's position would be carefully man-managed, and looked after by captain and team manager.
European architects looked back to Roman civilizations and carefully studied its fine architectural precedents.
As a " young architect working in the suburbs ," Gehl married a psychologist and " had many discussions about why the human side of architecture was not more carefully looked after by the architects, landscape architects, and planners ... My wife and I set out to study the borderland between sociology, psychology, architecture, and planning.
He looked towards the Islamic world for much of this inspiration, using his carefully observed studies of Islamic decoration at the Alhambra to develop bold new theories on flat patterning, geometry and abstraction in ornament.
Black and white original photos were carefully studied to recreate faithfully everything from the fountain on the grand staircase, to the ticket box in the Yonge Street link, to the ornate marquee and canopy on Yonge Street with the original Pantages vertical as it had looked at its original opening in 1920.
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Hez looked up at the high face of Emigrant Rock, official signboard for the Raft River turnoff, and gloated, `` Seems funny that them Burnsides never took time to leave their John-Henry up thar ''.
Actually, only two men know what the formula is, Blake and '' -- He stopped and looked at Thor's body.
I felt that he looked at me coldly and appraisingly and seemed to be uncertain what his attitude towards me should be, but he did not say one word which might indicate that he had been told of advances to his wife.
Beaten with fear and sound and wet and chill, they crawled to the hurricane deck and looked out haggardly at a world of water that reached clear to the surrounding hills.
Ramey looked down and saw the white sneaker at the bottom of the man's tanned leg cautiously nudge a bit of folded, blood-flecked substance lying by itself on the pavement.
Shaffner looked at him, altogether without guile, and shrugged his shoulders, making a little spreading gesture with his two hands.