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The four of them find an embattled Ash, who is, seemingly, slowly being driven insane due to his encounter with the demon, such as hallucinating that the room comes to life and begins laughing hysterically at him.
Weakness comes on slowly ( over months or years ) and progresses steadily and usually leads to severe weakness and wasting of arm and leg muscles.
In Madison races ( named after six-day races at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York and known as the American ), the team's relief rider rests above the Stayer s line by riding slowly until his or her teammate comes around the track and throws him or her back into the race.
Through the testimony of her friends, and the reading of her letters and diary, McPherson comes to know Laura and slowly becomes obsessed with her, so much so Lydecker accuses him of falling in love with the dead woman.
He slowly comes to terms with his vampire nature but also becomes increasingly repulsed by what he perceives as Lestat's total lack of compassion for the humans he preys upon.
When Clytemnestra sees Achilles she brings up the marriage, however Achilles doesn t know what she is talking about and slowly the truth comes out about Agamemnon s true plan.
Clayborne's relationship with Russell is shown to be complex, the two of them taking early opposite views but the situation slowly changing as Russell comes to appreciate what has been unleashed and what has indeed been lost as science gives way to commercial exploitation that he cannot control.
After he comes back from France and witnessing Shizuka's marriage, Rui was very frustrated and slowly falls in love with Tsukushi.
If the ecstatic state comes about slowly, the subject may notice changes in his or her physiological responses.
In Tiberian Dawn and Tiberian Sun, it will spread very slowly in-game but primarily comes from special Tiberium-generating Blossom Trees, infested trees that release Tiberium spores into the air ; in Tiberium Wars, these trees are replaced by Tiberium Fissures in the Earth's crust, and Tiberium will not spread outside a certain radius of these fissures.
It comes in a cardboard tube, which gets slowly consumed with each application.
Na + inactivation comes with slowly activating Ca2 + channels at the same time as a few fast K + channels open.
After learning to lip read, you are still inside the bottle, but the cork has come out and the outside world slowly but surely comes in to you.
During this season Paige meets Sam Wilder ( her birth-father ) and slowly comes to terms with letting him into her life.
The guard fires his gun ( at 1: 36: 10 ) and the bullet comes out very slowly and moves across the screen in a recognizable ( but low-budget ) early version of the famous scene in the Matrix.
Moominpappa follows three Hattifatteners to their desolate island and during this trip he slowly comes to resemble them in spirit.
Gwen is terrified that the jolt is finally one too many, but Sonny slowly comes out of his temporary unconsciousness and takes Gwen in his arms as the crowd cheers wildly.
In this version, he has a longer talk with his " joint ," throws it off the side of the bridge, and slowly walks away with Mary Jane until they almost disappear on the horizon, but then Thurgood comes running back yelling, " Hold on, weed, I'm coming!
On his retirement day, Roger tells his family, who start celebrating his retirement, that he has decided to remain with the force, preserving his partnership with Riggs ; a choice which his family slowly comes to accept.
Hope Clearwater, however, slowly comes to the realization that the chimps are up to no good as the two groups of chimpanzees she is studying come into lethal conflict.
As the series progresses, the truth about the prophecy slowly comes to light, but even as more of the truth is revealed, more questions arise.
Miranda begins regaining some of her memories bit by bit, and slowly comes to remember herself killing her husband.
If we move back to a lower pressure, and we move slowly, then the extra gas comes out slowly until we are back to our normal amount of dissolved gas.

comes and .”
" Without a clear Sinhala connection, they suggest one from the Tamil language instead: anai-kondra ( anaik-konda ), meaning " which killed an elephant .” Per National Geographic, the word anaconda comes from the Tamil word anaikolra, which means elephant killer.
For certain purposes it assumed that all real Americans live in towns like this, and so great is the power of myth, even the born city-dweller is likely to believe vaguely that he too lives on this shady street, or comes from it, or is going to .”
Here, he was given his nickname Grien .” This name foremost comes from his preference to the color green, and secondly to distinguish him from the three other Hans in the apprenticeship.
The word comes from the Greek ἀνδρο ( andro -) or man ” than ενήλικ which means " adult ” and άγω ( ago ) to " lead "; so it literally means, " to lead the man .” Learning strategies focus on mature learning with a mentor that encourages, enables the mature learner by providing access to appropriate resources, and refrains from obtrusive interference.
When it comes to sources, ‘ liberal bias is nowhere to be found .”
So, the music goes around the world and comes full circle .”
That part of his personality that harbours these hostile antisocial feelings must be excluded from membership, and has no claim for a hearing when it comes to defining our concept of social utility .”
He states specifically, " Almost all critical approaches to this play have been coloured by the sexist assumptions the critics have brought with them to their reading .” One seemingly anti-sexist viewpoint comes from Donald C. Freeman s articulations of the meaning and significance of the deaths of both Antony and Cleopatra at the end of the play.
The episode is referenced in Plutarch's Life of Theseus, in description of Theseus ' method of slaying his assailants by returning " the same sort of violence that they offered to him ," as Heracles killed Termerus by breaking his skull in pieces ( whence, they say, comes the proverb of ' a Termerian mischief '), for it seems Termerus killed passengers that he met by running with his head against them .”
Another source states the word comes from the Spanish word Lampazos .” The name was given to the local river by the Spanish Aquayo Expedition in 1721.
They allowed for the possibility of small errors in their calculations and even in some of their historic dates .” In fact, on February 28, Miller himself had written, If Christ comes, as we expect, we will sing the song of victory soon ; if not, we will watch, and pray, and preach until he comes, for soon our time, and all prophetic days, will have been filled .”
:" And he said to them, ‘ To you has been given the secret of the kingdom of God, but for those outside, everything comes in parables ; in order that they may indeed look, but not perceive, and may indeed listen, but not understand ; so that they may not turn again and be forgiven .” ’" ( NRSV )
" He has the function of making all with whom he comes into contact self-aware .”
Amnesty International notes that China has the largest recorded number of imprisoned journalists and cyber-dissidents in the world .” The offences of which they are accused include communicating with groups abroad, signing online petitions, and calling for reform and an end to corruption .< ref >< nowiki > http :// www. internetfreedom. org / Background </ nowiki > Background Global Internet Freedom Consortium ( do not download anything from this site – it is a known Trojan supplier )</ ref > The escalation of the government's effort to neutralize critical online opinion comes after a series of large anti-Japanese, anti-pollution, anti-corruption protests, and ethnic riots, many of which were organized or publicized using instant messaging services, chat rooms, and text messages.
It's just a much better band, and that comes through on the album .”
The name Våler comes from the Old Norse word vål, which means trunks, or stumps ( roots ) from burnt trees in a clearing .” Names which are variations of vål are common in Norway as the first stage of clearing woodland for cultivation was to burn the trees and undergrowth.
The author Robert Putnam refers to the value which comes from social networks as social capital in his book Bowling Alone: The collapse and Revival of American Community .” He writes that social capital makes an enormous difference in our lives ”, that a society characterized by generalized reciprocity is more efficient that a distrustful society ” and that economic sociologists have shown a minimized economic wealth if social capital is lacking.
The city of Tapachula is capital of the Chiapas region of Soconusco with the nickname of the pearl of the Soconusco .” The name Tapachula ” comes from Nahuatl and means between the waters ” due to the area s frequent flooding.
The name comes from the Nahuatl phrase Tapachollan ” which means ” between the waters .” The official name of the city was changed to Tapachula de Córdova y Ordóñezin 1997 to honor a Brother Matías de Córdova y Ordóñez.
Perhaps the most succinct working definition was provided by the American linguist James D. McCawley in 1968: a mora is Something of which a long syllable consists of two and a short syllable consists of one .” The term comes from the Latin word for linger, delay ”, which was also used to translate the Greek word chronos ( time ) in its metrical sense.

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