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felt and at
I felt strongly attached to the hall, however, and hardly a day passed when I did not go to look at it from a distance.
A shot or two went wild before Cobb felt something tug at his foot.
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.
He felt a little sick at his stomach.
`` I saw the boy Dandy at the Congo Square festivities and felt sorry for him.
As Lipton puts it: `` The Eros is felt in the magic circle of marijuana with far greater force, as a unifying principle in human relationships, than at any other time except, perhaps, in the mutual metaphysical orgasms.
She passed the entrance examinations to the University of Illinois, but during the year at Urbana felt more important events transpired at the University of Chicago.
Even the first wave of homesickness had passed, although there were moments when Captain Heard pointed out on his compass the direction of Bradford that she felt a little twinge at her heart.
Published in 1923, it did not gain the popular acclaim of the Garibaldi volumes, probably because Trevelyan felt less at home with Manin, the bourgeois lawyer, than with Garibaldi, the filibuster.
Katherine was staying at a convent, and her mother felt that, as Thompson himself seems to have suggested, she might eventually stay there.
It was not until we had returned to the city to live, while I was still at Brown and Sharpe's, that I felt the full impact of evangelical Christianity.
After complimenting Morgan and the riflemen and saying he was praising them to Congress, too, the ardent Frenchman added he felt that Congress should make some financial restitution to the widow and family of Morris, but that he knew Morgan realized how long such action usually required, if it was done at all.
The mild activity of his command during the sojourn of the troops at Valley Forge could be handled by a subordinate, he felt, so like Henry Knox, equally loyal to Washington, who went to Boston at this time, Morgan received permission to visit his home in Virginia for several weeks.
Some have felt that Washington Irving comes out rather slimly, but let them look at the title of the book ''.
He looked over at him, lying there, asleep, and he felt a wave of revulsion.
He felt himself now, as he himself says in his Confessions, at a crucial point of his life.
The sharp wind slapped at him and his feet felt like ice as the snow penetrated the holes of his shoes, his only ones, now patched with folded parchment.
He was awful angry because he'd thought Ma was going to do something big, something heroic even, especially for her I know him I know him we felt the same sometimes while Ma wasn't thinking about that at all, not anything like that.
She felt the look and looked back because she could not help it, seeing that he was neither as old nor as thick as she had at first believed.
Reverently and raised their eyes, as if they were at a loss to describe how they felt about Kafka, which they were, because they had no opinions about Kafka, not having read Kafka.
I now felt it wiser to keep Baby-dear in school and -- during the summers -- at a camp run by the Society of Friends all year around.
She looked confused at this, and I felt sure it had been a wrong response for me to make.
badness, in the only sense in which it is involved at all, waited for its appearance till I came and looked and felt.

felt and time
At one time she felt impelled to make dances that `` moved all over the stage '', much as Pollock's paintings move violently over the full extent of the canvas.
I felt it and it ate on me all the time, but I didn't know how right I was till later.
He could no longer build anything, whether a private residence in his Pennsylvania county or a church in Brazil, without it being obvious that he had done it, and while here and there he was taken to task for again developing the same airy technique, they were such fanciful and sometimes even playful buildings that the public felt assured by its sense of recognition after a time, a quality of authentic uniqueness about them, which, once established by an artist as his private vision, is no longer disputable as to its other values.
The need here is most clearly felt and our capacity to recruit and train qualified volunteers in a short period of time is greatest.
He felt certain for the first time in his teaching experience that the men in the class understood that orgasm, as a criterion, is not nearly so essential for a satisfying female sexual experience as most males might think.
She felt cold and hot, sticky and chilly at the same time.
No doubt Mrs. Meeker had snubbed him many a time and he felt no grief over her passing.
At that time, the people at the bank said they felt that they had the situation in hand.
The President and his advisers felt that the time might have come to warn Premier Khrushchev against a grave miscalculation in areas such as Berlin, Iran or Latin America from which there would be no turning back.
He wrote: `` ( P. 211 ) the anti-trust laws were the answer of a society which unconsciously felt the need of great organizations, and at the same time had to deny them a place in the moral and logical ideology of the social structure.
At one time I became disturbed in the faith in which I had grown up by the apparent inroads being made upon both Old and New Testaments by a `` Higher Criticism '' of the Bible, to refute which I felt the need of a better knowledge of Hebrew and of archaeology, for it seemed to me that to pull out some of the props of our faith was to weaken the entire structure.
He questioned God's taking time to telegraph the message, but he felt better about Kizzie, and he took the sealed envelope from its pigeonhole, wondering why he had preserved it.
I knelt, just for decency I thought at the time, but found myself whispering, `` Our Father which Art in Heaven '' And it was only after that that something unlocked in me and I felt a grief.
Parsons commented at the time that he felt frustrated in having to accommodate the views of some of the musicians, which he felt interfered with his production.
The people, who felt the severity of his laws, at the same time acknowledged their justice and found themselves protected from the rapacity of their superiors who had grown corrupt under the safety and opulence of Manuel I rule.
In 1965, after a stadium ( Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium ), was built, the city of Atlanta felt the time was right to start pursuing professional football.
At the time he was a student, the influence of Origen was still felt in the traditions of the theological school of Alexandria.
B was essentially the BCPL system stripped of any component that Thompson felt he could do without, in order to make it fit within the memory capacity of the minicomputers of the time.
Kante created N ’ Ko in response to what he felt were beliefs that Africans were a " cultureless people " since prior to this time there had been no indigenous African writing system for his language.
The felt necessities of the time, the prevalent moral and political theories, intuitions of public policy, avowed or unconscious, even the prejudices which judges share with their fellow men, have had a good deal more to do than the syllogism in determining the rules by which men should be governed.
In 1847, Prince Albert wrote: " I must now seek in the children an echo of what Ernest brother and I were in the old time, of what we felt and thought ; and their delight in the Christmas-trees is not less than ours used to be ".
Taking one of the abandoned upper rooms of the Academy as a working space, he spent $ 200 – which at the time he felt to be a lot of money – to produce Six Men Getting Sick.

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