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Then there was Mark Howe and there was Henry Dwight Sedgwick, an accomplished man of letters who wrote in the spirit of Montaigne and produced in the end a formidable body of work.
Then he might finally recognize it, apparently by combining the visual blot, actually being seen, with tactual feelings in the head or body accompanying the tracing movements.
Then he got on his knees and rolled Roberts' body toward the edge.
Then, in the presence of a large number of foreign journalists, the body of Pasternak was removed to the cemetery.
Then he would be decapitated, and the dismembered parts of his body displayed so that they might become " prey for the fowls of the air ".
Then he rode his chariot over her body.
Then throw your body back and ride.
Then with the dawn of new technologies such as electricity, the telegraph, and new forms of powered transportation, writers including Jules Verne and H. G. Wells created a body of work that became popular across broad cross-sections of society.
Then the disciples marched to pick the oxen, which were actually wild bulls which the queen used to punish her enemies ; but again, at the sight of the Christian's cross, the bulls calmed down, and after being subjected to a yoke they carried the apostle's body to the place where now Compostela is.
Then, completely confident in his own safety, the narrator comments on the sturdiness of the building and raps upon the wall he had built around his wife's body.
Then the agitated and attenuated air returns to the amber body sweeping along with it whatever dust or small bodies are in its way '.
Then, CA3 axons exit from the deep part of the cell body, and loop up into the region where the apical dendrites are located, then extend all the way back into the deep layers of the entorhinal cortex — the Shaffer collaterals completing the reciprocal circuit ; field CA1 also sends axons back to the EC, but these are more sparse than the CA3 projection.
Then, the stream of vertices representing the body would be sent through the rasterizer.
Then in 1964 he reached his goal of discovering a way of moving the body in a more natural, beautiful and effective manner.
Then, complaining to Persephone that this was a sign of his wife's disrespect for him, King Sisyphus persuaded her to allow him to return to the upper world and scold his wife for not burying his body and giving it a proper funeral ( as a loving wife should ).
Then comes the story of the struggle between the gods of light and the powers of darkness, and the final victory of Marduk, who clove Tiamat asunder, forming the heaven from half of her body and the earth from the other.
Then he removes a bullet from her body and restarts her heart.
Then, as it travelled, a mechanism possibly containing differential gears used the different rotational speeds of the two wheels to turn the pointer relative to the body of the chariot by the angle of turns made ( subject to available mechanical accuracy ), keeping the pointer aiming in its original direction, to the south.
Then pall-bearers carried the coffin out into a gondola and the ' body ' - which was in fact a mechanical sculpture by Jean Tinguely-was ceremonially slid into the canal.
Then, indeed, that body ’ s flesh dissolves into a swarming colony of insect life: but who in looking on that body ’ s self, would hold it still for living?
Then, depending on the design of the figure, the costume may be sculpted directly onto the body.
Then he could not restrain himself and finally he broke out in a high-pitched laughter that very soon turned into a cry of pain, while the tears ran down his face, and his body twisted against his chains.
Then the just will reign with Christ for ever, glorified in body and soul, and the material universe itself will be transformed.

Then and was
Then he was on his way at a gallop.
Then he went on to the Cheyennes and told them that the Sioux was goin' to move up.
Then, with a glory that almost wiped out the deep, downward sags in her careworn face, Matilda leaned over the wheel and shouted to Hez, who was stumbling along in the heat and the dust on the opposite side of the wagon `` Pa!!
Then the darkness thinned, and there was light again, and then bright sunlight.
Then she saw Ramey and her face was misshapen with bewilderment.
Then there was no saying how many times the marine had blown his nose on the handkerchief.
Then when Miss Langford was on the end of the line of girls, Jack, in the middle of the line, gave an extra hard pull and the young teacher sprawled backwards, sitting down hard, her dress flying over her head.
Then suddenly there was a tremendous revulsion of popular feeling.
Then, in some way, this lack of faith in the cavalry became mixed up in his mind with the dragging effect of wagon trains and was hardened into a prejudice.
Then, all but blind, he said there was nothing in Back to Methuselah --, -- `` G.B.S. ought to have known that '', -- and `` I look at my bookshelves despairingly, knowing that I can have nothing more to do with them ''.
Then he kept Blackman awake for more than an hour while he did an imaginary dialogue between his wife and himself in which, discussing the evening, he was continually berated.
Then, since the auction was being held nearby, he had walked to it.
Then the nigger boy turned back and he was alone.
Then Katie stumbled, and again he was falling, falling!!
Then he was asking himself the usual early morning questions: What the Hell am I doin here??
Then why was he assuming the role -- the gesture and the suffering??
Then Laura took her gently and shoved her off again, toward Fritzie: Amy did not laugh -- this was work, concentration, achievement.
`` Then what was it ''??
Then it was gone.
Then she fell asleep again as soddenly as a person with fever, and when she awoke it was dark outside and the clarity was back in her eyes.
Then he stood back to look at Mr. Jack, who was pulling on his pigskin gloves.
Then epistolatory me was a foreign correspondent dispatching exciting cables and communiques, full of dash and wit and glamor, quoting from the books I read, imitating the grand styles of the authors recommended by a teacher in whose special, after-school class I was enrolled.

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