How To Use Etched In A Sentence

  • The scene will be etched on my memory forever.
  • And Buddhism and Hinduism were sketched out in the India issue: the less personalised and politicised nature of these religions makes it easier.
  • Migration into the cities is putting a strain on already stretched resources.
  • None of them were bleeding, so she fetched a washcloth and bathed them, one by one, just to be sure there wasn't any dirt in the wounds. GALILEE
  • Except for the frequent conferences now in the new Forty-second Street offices that commanded a view of two rivers and a vast battledoor and shuttlecock of the city, it was the first time in all those years that stretched from the night at the Waldorf that they had sat thus tête-à-tête. Star-Dust
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  • When you pull a needleful through a hole, the wool is correctly positioned on a stretched canvas.
  • Gesenius considers this equivalent with "cohabit;" and from this single passage draws the sense which he assigns to [Hebrew: 'iyzebel] This seems rather far-fetched. Notes and Queries, Number 59, December 14, 1850
  • And I am dreading having to look the people who have witnessed my wretched performance in the eye over dinner. Times, Sunday Times
  • Any dog not in harness was howling and yelping to be put in one, and even when harnessed they continued with their wretched wailing until they were off and running.
  • The figures of his angels are elongated, with wings stretched upward as if they were sculpted by the Gothic masters.
  • With a quick catch and lift, he passed Michael up and into unseen hands outstretched from the iron wall of the ship, and paddled ahead to an open cargo port. CHAPTER 2
  • It was a noble situation — noble as the ancient hau tree, the size of a house, where she sat as if in a house, so spaciously and comfortably house-like was its shade furnished; noble as the lawn that stretched away landward its plush of green at an appraisement of two hundred dollars a front foot to a bungalow equally dignified, noble, and costly. ON THE MAKALOA MAT
  • My favorite load for turkeys is Beman ICS Hunter arrows fletched with Bonning Blazer vanes and tipped with Vortex Pro-Series 100 grain 2.25 broadheads. Which load do you use for turkey
  • A family money plan may seem far-fetched but if you do the sums and it all adds up, talk it through. The Sun
  • Here he connects to that discussion the situation of the wretched offspring who are undutiful toward their parents.
  • He says the most sublime things without effort and he often finishes them by a turn of pleasantry which is neither misplaced nor far-fetched. A Philosophical Dictionary
  • The picture of these poor mites could not be more wretched. Times, Sunday Times
  • I must have cut a wretched figure, filthy and sunburnt, to the brother who heard my explanations about who I was and why I was here.
  • They will drink their wretched heartless stuff, such as they call claret, or wine of Medoc, or Bordeaux, or what not, with no more meaning than sour rennet, stirred with the pulp from the cider press, and strained through the cap of our Betty. Lorna Doone
  • His reapplication for membership of the Party has stretched on for seven years.
  • The sea stretched away to the distant horizon.
  • I but stretched them up in the sun," she sniffled, "and we be poor people and have nothing. THE MASTER OF MYSTERY
  • They called the prospects of U.S. success in Iraq "farfetched," writing: "We are skeptical of recent press coverage portraying the conflict as increasing manageable and feel it has neglected the mounting civil, political and social unrest we see every day. CNN Transcript Sep 14, 2007
  • Stretched out below was a chain of freighters tied up alongside the commercial docks, cranes and gantries cluttering the foreshore. CORMORANT
  • She stretched the way that a cat does, edging her pale arms through the slimy, greasy mess we left behind.
  • Rains said Stein's argument was "farfetched" and he believed that "Mehserle made no statements or admissions on the form that are relevant to any issue in dispute in this trial. KPIX: Top Stories Videos
  • Close against them and overpeering their tops were hollyhocks and dahlias; against these stood at lesser height sweet peas, asters, zinnias, coreopsis and others of like stature; in front of these were poppies for summer, marigolds for autumn; beneath these again were verbenas, candytuft -- all this is sketched from memory, and I recall the winsome effect rather than species and names; and still below nestled portulaca and periwinkle. The Amateur Garden
  • Don't speak to me that way, you wretched fiend.
  • This embossed, etched, and gilded steel close helmet is attributed to German armourer Kolman Helmschmid. Would This 16th Century Helmet Terrify a Jousting Opponent?
  • Suitable shelters can be made from fine plastic mesh or netting stretched between stout wooden posts. Times, Sunday Times
  • Woke this morning with the grim realization that I had not polished the column - in fact, I'd just roughed it out, sketched out the basic ideas.
  • When I picked up the case that had the deprogrammer in it, the case had Grene written on it (although Geenen is etched in the plastic of the actual deprogrammer, meaning my dentist got it right but one of the staff didn't), and when I got called to the pharmacy window to pick up a prescription, they called me as Grinnen. Table Tango
  • The image of their son holding up the championship trophy would be etched on their memories forever.
  • The harpoon is the weapon usually employed, though sometimes they are caught in strong nets stretched across the mouths of rivers or the narrow arms of lakes. The Forest Exiles The Perils of a Peruvian Family in the Wilds of the Amazon
  • Such synecdoches are central to reformist representation, which relies on one ‘wretched woman’ to stand in for all.
  • When dawn broke, he rose stiffly, and stretched his aching limbs.
  • However I'm not cured of the wretched cold and cough that have been my companions for over a week now.
  • The opening scene is an interview - about the wretchedness of conditions in the theatre, poking fun at the cumbersome bureaucracy which soils it.
  • Perhaps ongoing sandstorms in the desert will provide time to reinforce overstretched supply lines (although they are also doing tremendous damage to the equipment of the coalition forces).
  • Luxembourg sketched out an acceptable compromise between Britain, France and Germany.
  • Society on a small discovery which he had made by the aid of a "wretched microscope" to the effect that the so-called ova of Flustra were really larvæ and had the power of independent action by means of cilia. Alfred Russel Wallace: Letters and Reminiscences, Vol. 1
  • A security number had been etched on the car window as a protection against theft.
  • Who knows, but what they propose is not as far-fetched as it sounds.
  • That image from VK's dhaba is permanently etched in my memory: P Keeping the Embers Burning
  • That be a wretched piece of luck. A Time of War
  • The lightweight seats, made of fabric stretched between tubular steel frames, were removable in case you wanted to transport something large…
  • Once again it has been left to a recession to catch out those who overstretched themselves in the boom years.
  • While some actors would resent never being able to shake off their past, John says he is proud to have been responsible for a character who is indelibly etched on the nation's psyche.
  • At the same time three muskets were discharged; and while one ball rattled against the corslet of proof, to the strength of which our valiant Captain had been more than once indebted for his life, another penetrated the armour which covered the front of his left thigh, and stretched him on the ground. A Legend of Montrose
  • Some of these have images etched onto them - the background to the window shows some of God's creations which my father thought were especially lovely - tormentils, oystercatchers, skylarks and of course St. Margaret's Church.
  • The jeans fit him fine, but the turtleneck was a little on the tight side as the fabric stretched across his upper torso.
  • Oh, did I mention the mausoleum is a virtual granite resume, since Mr. Burris has etched in great detail his every job title, accomplishment, award, and entire life as a permanent monument to ... himself? Blago Has Been Impeached
  • If we may trust the old marbles, my friend with his arm stretched over my head, above there, (in plaster of Paris,) or the discobolus, whom one may see at the principal sculpture gallery of this metropolis, -- those Greek young men were of supreme beauty. Complete Project Gutenberg Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Works
  • Her rotund torso and delicately etched facial features evince the monumental simplicity of an ancient fertility goddess.
  • The eparch sketched the sun-circle even so, to turn aside the evil omen. Bridge of the Separator
  • The incident remained etched on her memory for years.
  • Your arm is outstretched at shoulder height and parallel to the floor. Times, Sunday Times
  • But no matter how skilfully it's done, it shows somewhere: the stretched grimace, the unblinking eyes or in the body below, if it hasn't been done to match.
  • Usually obvious by the outstretched arm holding the cameraphone. Times, Sunday Times
  • The poem will be etched in the memorial stone - a tangible acknowledgement of the loss of life and accompanying grief, says Appleton.
  • And, surely enough, I was hauled up into the carriage and put just as I was into the footbag lying on the front of the carriage, which was entirely open, with not even a leather apron stretched across it. The German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Volume 12
  • Declining from his sitting position…[he] stretched himself…among the daisies.
  • You had far better all die -- _die immediately_, than live slaves, and entail your wretchedness upon your posterity. Walker's Appeal, with a Brief Sketch of His Life And Also Garnet's Address to the Slaves of the United States of America
  • In a standard memory chip, circuits are etched into a base layer of pure monocrystalline silicon.
  • Torches guttered in iron sconces set about the cavern and cabinets emerged at bizarre angles from ancient columns of stone etched with unnatural runes.
  • R. stretched out on the couch while G. and I unloaded the van but she could hardly wait to get into one of the rocking chairs on the front porch where we ate lunch and began the process of decompressing from our long journey.
  • These observations, we shall discover, had to be stretched over many years.
  • The ball is so outstretched that Edney can not bend his elbow to use his upper-arm muscles.
  • A huge cloud of dense smoke stretched across the horizon.
  • But when it is warm, the rubber is pliable and retains high elasticity, even when being stretched hard.
  • Only I know how wounded my pride was when he stretched on the bed like a lazy cat and fell asleep.
  • Some of the characters, such as spoilt Premiership stars, shifty agents and publicity-mad bimbos, are instantly identifiable with true-life equivalents and not altogether far-fetched.
  • They sketched a woman whose chest had been carefully cut open to reveal muscle and sinew.
  • The ear was tickled, the mind stretched. Times, Sunday Times
  • For the past couple of hours our terrier, Brough, has been stretched out in the footwell silently farting. Historic walking trails: smugglers' routes in Cornwall
  • In retrospect, it is blindingly clear that a sudden great stress on a body stretched taut across the back has the potential to give problems. Times, Sunday Times
  • It seemed far-fetched to me: a typical example of the historian's tendency to magnify the importance of his speciality. TOY SHOP
  • Fields stretched far beyond sight, hills in the distance, and the sun giving everything a peaceful orange glow.
  • Mom wore large bifocals with Sophia Loren frames and a pastel polyester pantsuit that stretched over her abdomen.
  • It was quite a battle persuading them to look at my wretched video at all. Times, Sunday Times
  • Their wings stretched to a massive span of six feet.
  • Apart from that, Motherwell controlled much of the play but apart from Steven Hammell's first-half free-kick they rarely stretched Alan Main.
  • Hardwood trees stretched out of sight towards the distant sky; five-fingered orchids crawled up their trunks, and huge ferns spilled over their roots across the mossy path.
  • The far-fetched story is propelled by its endlessly inventive energy and visual verve. Times, Sunday Times
  • She gave a shriek as he came at her and stepped away from his outstretched hand. THE WOLF AND THE DOVE
  • A big, majestic study for this sculpture, in pastel, charcoal and acrylic on brown paper, finds two shadowy birds alighting, and a ghostly doubled head, its mouth stretched painfully wide.
  • The pipe was just high enough so that I could swing with my arms outstretched and not drag my bottom.
  • The prison service is badly overstretched.
  • A potentially amusing sketch is stretched into a full-length play that's painfully short on jokes. Times, Sunday Times
  • All the miracle of sails; the steady foresail; the sensitive jibs; the press canvas delicate as bubbles; the reliable main; the bluff topsails; topgallants like eager horses; the impertinent skysails; the jaunty moonraker, were just canvas stretched on poles. The Wind Bloweth
  • They sketched woodland plants and trees and learned how to use a digital camera.
  • I suppose that wretched grommet of hers has upped sails and left port,' said Jake with a grunt. THE RIVAL QUEENS: A COUNTESS ASHBY DE LA ZOUCHE MYSTERY
  • Anthea's face was etched with horror.
  • Ferguson stretched his full length and yet managed to control his header superbly past Jussi Jaaskelainen.
  • Sustained by the truth received from her divine Founder, the Church has ever sought to fulfill holily the mission entrusted to her by God; unconquered by the difficulties on all sides surrounding her, she has never ceased to assert her liberty of teaching, and in this way the wretched superstition of paganism being dispelled, the wide world was renewed unto Christian wisdom. Libertas Praestantissimum
  • From a drawer in the oak sideboard he fetched another crucifix on a heavy chain and a pair of thick bracelets.
  • Nervous observers sketched doomsday scenarios, but the president received widespread bipartisan support.
  • Its white surface is marbled with faint purple involutions the edges of which are etched with fine black lines. Two Degrees
  • They try so hard to please their parents and even harder to understand them, and their resulting wretchedness is one of the most haunting subplots of the novel. Suburbs of Our Discontent
  • There, seated in splendid comfort, sat Father Morrison, hands clasped around his belly, feet stretched out, dozing, comfortable as a cat on a hearthside rug. A Small Death in the Great Glen
  • The addition of straw to the diets of all animals on the farm will allow silage supplies to be stretched.
  • At this time of year the demands on our welfare organisations are always stretched and a small donation from you can make the world of difference to not only them but also a needy family.
  • Burglars also discovered prestige cars fetched a better price than televisions, videos or hi-fis.
  • You might call her "gangling" -- stretched out, a bit taller and svelter and better muscled than you would think, especially in the crucial upper-arm area. Gwyneth Paltrow In 'Vogue': Owns 2 Outdoor Pizza Ovens, Deep-Fat Fryer (PHOTOS)
  • Stretched upon a low child's bed, of the sort called trundle-bed in those days, which could be wheeled under the high-legged bed of the parents, lay the bridegroom, in his wedding-dress and gaitered shoes, with his steeple-crowned hat upon the faded calico quilt beside him, and his face as red as burning fever could make it. The Entailed Hat Or, Patty Cannon's Times
  • This extravagant praise, moreover, takes the form of far-fetched metaphors, antitheses, hyperboles, superlatives, elaborate syntax, etc.
  • At once they were nauseated and began vomiting, and they retched the whole day’.
  • That wretched child I'll swing for him one of these days!
  • Without a word shed poured two large whiskies and stretched herself out on the bed, her back to the headboard, patting the place beside her. The Edge of Madness
  • Back from the river stretched a maze of fields tended by small farmsteads. Fire The Sky
  • The method according to the invention has for this purpose the feature that after the first lacquer coating has been selectively removed, at the positions where this has occurred the first electrically conductive material - preferably constantan - is etched away to a predetermined depth and only then is the second electrically conductive material - preferably copper - applied respectively introduced at these positions.
  • _Carrambo_! it's fetched beaver down to a plew a plug; while only ten years ago, we could get six _pesos_ the skin! The Wild Huntress Love in the Wilderness
  • He sketched a glance at my plan and accepted it.
  • Davenport advances, Rubin absorbs wretched start to U.S. USATODAY.com - Davenport advances, Rubin absorbs wretched start to U.S. Open
  • She would have wretched and thrown up at that very moment but luckily, she hadn't eaten anything today so she would be fit to scry.
  • He answered by showing me the little pail and shovel he had fetched. WEB OF DREAMS
  • He was wretched when he failed the examination.
  • The invention, resembling a film prop from the Hollywood sci-fi drama "Robocop", has been unveiled seven years after the pair first sketched the concept on the back of a beermat. Zee News : India National
  • His face is etched with happiness and pain as he leans back in his chair. Times, Sunday Times
  • A minutely detailed timeline of'how a human life ends' is etched in his head. Times, Sunday Times
  • I slung my satchel over my shoulder and shook her outstretched hand.
  • But then the flames drowned out the rest, and Raspa was engulfed in flames that stretched up and spluttered sparks like shooting stars into the velvety black, strangely beautiful night sky. Bubble in the Bathtub
  • The dog leaped away without a sound; the man, raising his voice a little, said with a slow laugh, ‘Look at that wretched cur,’ and directly afterwards we became separated by a lot of people pushing in.
  • Etched-glass votives glow from within, where tea lights nestle.
  • Suddenly he was behind me, a length of white cord stretched tightly between his two hands.
  • Writer Peter Pierce believes that the fear of being lost in hostile desert or bushland has been deeply etched into the Australian psyche ever since Europeans colonised the southern continent.
  • Hundreds of padlocks in various shapes, etched with dates and couples' initials, have been affixed to the railings of the wooden slatted bridge. Ronda Carman: Padlocks Declaring Your Love On The Pont Des Arts In Paris
  • Bloom wound a skein round four forkfingers, stretched it, relaxed, and wound it round his troubled double, fourfold, in octave, gyved them fast. — Ulysses
  • Things actually have gotten better, and not just because we are no longer pictured exclusively as wretched suicides and guilt-ridden reprobates.
  • the Nubian desert stretched out before them endlessly
  • Is it the duty of an already stretched institution to duplicate the role of common rooms, to cut back the funding to its essential political role, and seek to maintain an unwieldy sabbatical structure?
  • The reptilian monstrosity shook off the vines with total ease, body curled up beneath the neck, and tail stretched out behind it, rattling noisily.
  • You have built up a huge property empire by buying from wretched people who had to sell or starve.
  • I'll never forget what happened in Sydney last year, that's etched in my mind forever.
  • The highway stretched out ahead of me until it narrowed to a vanishing point some miles away.
  • He admits that his coping skills and personal resources were stretched beyond their limits and he lashed out in a temper outburst.
  • I love London particularly for that layered feel, for its glorious haphazardness and its unique personality, which Peter Ackroyd personisifes as William Blake's Glad Day: a radiant youth with his arms outstretched against rainbow light. MIND MELD: Real-Life Places That Inspire Exceptional World Building
  • The light, bright green of this insect extends to its four wings, delicate membranes stretched between a network of veins.
  • Susan Gutfreund ordered a box of glass ashtrays with the design of our future palace etched into the bottoms.
  • We wedged the sides in the casements and, while Graham was outside applying more nails and battens to make it weather-tight, I fetched old towels to mop up the water on the window seat and on the floor beneath.
  • The stern expression he wore did little to calm her already stretched nerves.
  • Its serial number was laser-etched on the back in the smallest, daintiest typeface, instead of being on a tacky-looking sticker. Times, Sunday Times
  • She was stumbling forward with outstretched hands when she ran into the blackberries. SLEEP WHILE I SING
  • The times I have been able to spend with you will always be etched in my memory.
  • Another soldier was searching a man who was standing up against the wall, hands outstretched, legs spread. DESPERADOES
  • Three bagpipers led the way, filling the air with their haunting chords as family, friends and Sailors stretched out behind them along the winding, pebble-strewn path and across emerald-colored hills.
  • What they achieved during this summer will be forever etched in the history of the club.
  • Queen Victoria's black mourning gown fetched £3,000 yesterday at an auction of the largest private collection of period costumes in Britain.
  • The closest ring, at Tucki Tucki, lies on a trading route that once stretched to the Bunya Bunya mountains in Queensland, and was still in use for corroborees until at least 1880 (and probably for long afterward).
  • She stretched up to reach the top shelf.
  • At the intersection was a human figure, neither male nor female, arms outstretched as in a crucifixion, but not nailed. THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW
  • If played inland the dew factor would come into play - the tournament will have stretched into March - with day/night games ruled out.
  • Eskimo kaiak or skin boat, made of dressed seal hides stretched around a framework of whale ribs or wood, with an opening in the top only large enough to accommodate the sitting body of one man, is one of the most perfect contrivances in the world for water travel, being light, swift, and practically unsinkable. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy
  • She sketched the lines of his cheekbones and carefully shaded in the delicate curve of his upper lip.
  • The ocean stretched as far as they could see on all sides.
  • It is made of fine twine (one-inch mesh), preferably from the bark of one of the fig-trees or the brown kurrajong, tightly stretched on two pieces of lawyer-cane each bent to form the half of an irregular ellipse. Tropic Days
  • In the century and a half that she has stood there, poised to award that outstretched laurel crown, many women who deserve the honours have passed by uncelebrated.
  • We rode through farm country where fields stretched as far as I could see, but barren of the crops Willie and I used to see when we came South during the summertime.
  • A good 1500 meters stretched from the stubby bow back to the equally stubby stern.
  • I knew it was a woman from the bungling, unmanlike way that pistol was laid in the dead hand; the only question I had to answer was _which_ woman -- Fifi, Lady Stavornell, or this wretched little hypocrite. Cleek, the Master Detective
  • The left facing, wings outstretched in-flight eagle on the obverse is from Christian Gobrecht’s 1836 Liberty Seated obverse. One Cent Flying Eagle, 1856-1858 : Coin Guide
  • 'Jesu,' he groaned and, feeling utterly wretched, pressed his forehead against the cold stone of the merlon. The Falcons of Montabard
  • Be sure to maintain the stretched position for at least 20 seconds, and do not overstretch the muscles.
  • The vignette remains etched into my mind. Times, Sunday Times
  • Its huge feet and long legs kept up with her easily, its clawed hands were stretched out ready to grab her, scratching against the walls, making a spine shilling noise.
  • The antenna and its filament mesh stretched nearly one hundred yards and could be jettisoned by verbal command. DALE BROWN'S DREAMLAND (5) STRIKE ZONE
  • The region stretched down from the southern pole with minor settlements reaching further out into the wilderness.
  • So if you want to remember a date that will be etched in history, Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast area August 29th.
  • Some might think their patience has been stretched far enough. Times, Sunday Times
  • They stretched juvenile situations until they were infantile.
  • Lie flat on your back with your legs straight, heels resting on a bench or chair and arms stretched out on the floor in crucifix position. Times, Sunday Times
  • With the exit polls Tuesday showing an unprecedented gender difference of 17 points, Clinton stretched the gap into a gulf.
  • The Rostrevor man's shirt was stretched and pulled by the Tyrone captain before Canavan bought the free with practised skill.
  • When Patrick Douglas, the learned and honoured, but fortuneless soldier, found that his new competitor for the hand of the gentle Jolande was none other than his sovereign, he was dumb with despair, and the last, the miserable _hope_ which it imparts, and which maketh wretched, began to leave him. Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland Volume 17
  • He orientated himself slowly, like a simpleton, arms outstretched, turning gradually as if surrounded by tormentors. THE LAST RAVEN
  • Most noticeable, and giving name to the type, was the change of the eagle to the outstretched wing, heraldic style copied from the Great Seal of the United States. Draped Bust Half Dime, Heraldic Eagle, 1800-1805 : Coin Guide
  • It is true that the wretched weather has left them short of match practice and there is little cricket over the next few days in which to get their rhythm back.
  • One barrier to charges is the likelihood that people will turn to overstretched A&E units instead. Times, Sunday Times
  • The penal constitutions of the Judaical polity (for so they were, which yet I urge not) concerning idolaters, must be stretched beyond their limits, if you intend to inwrap heretics within their verge. The Sermons of John Owen
  • His face was etched with pain.
  • Below us the patchwork of fields stretched to the bleaker Pennines. Times, Sunday Times
  • Ironically, September 19th, 2003, is etched in the memory of most local people for a completely different reason.
  • In a fluid, snapping motion, Derryn shifted his feet apart and beckoned to the soldier with an outstretched palm.
  • She now had her own elven bow that Tré had carved for her, and the silvery green, wooden arrows were fletched with owl feathers, and flew true.
  • Out spreads the canvas -- alow, aloft-boom-stretched, on both sides, with many a stun 'sail; till like a hawk, with pinions poised, we shadow the sea with our sails, and reelingly cleave the brine. Mardi: and A Voyage Thither, Vol. I (of 2)
  • Like a sea the waste stretched out before her, ending only as the jags rose to breathtaking heights to become the rigid range of mountains called the Crown of Thorns.
  • This suggests the possibilities of weapons which today are considered to be "way out" or "blue sky" -- in short, farfetched. The Practical Values of Space Exploration Report of the Committee on Science and Astronautics, U.S. House of Representatives, Eighty-Sixth Congress, Second Session
  • It's a tad far-fetched and the bombastic soundtrack gets a little bruising after a while. Times, Sunday Times
  • Hold your arms outstretched in front of you, and squat down over your heels. Times, Sunday Times
  • Then we were subjected to a performance by some wretched tango orchestra. The Times Literary Supplement
  • The cartographer at his table beneath a shaded acetylene light drew maps and sketched, the magnetician was busy on calculations close by. The Home of the Blizzard Being the Story of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition, 1911-1914
  • After all, there's nothing particularly joyful about me when I eventually do get around to the whole wretched business.
  • I suppose that wretched grommet of hers has upped sails and left port,' said Jake with a grunt. THE RIVAL QUEENS: A COUNTESS ASHBY DE LA ZOUCHE MYSTERY
  • It stood near the window; its thick trunk, barkless, with a rotten heart, prevented the light from entering the room; the bent, black branches, devoid of leaves, stretched themselves mournfully and helplessly in the air, and shaking to and fro, they creaked softly, plaintively. The Man Who Was Afraid
  • The topics, however, being of monumental proportions, can only be cursorily sketched in less than three hundred pages.
  • Red sandstone mesas stretched on either side of Interstate 15, reaching upwards of a couple hundred feet.
  • The date it all started is indelibly etched on the former police officer's memory.
  • With the exit polls Tuesday showing an unprecedented gender difference of 17 points, Clinton stretched the gap into a gulf.
  • The unsigned edition fetched over £200 recently in a provincial sale.
  • He has to wait in the church for the other confessors to finish, which leaves him plenty of time to keep meditating on the wretchedness of his sins.

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