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  • What she began to feel, aside from helplessness, was a heightened sense of who she was in relation to the others, thousands of them, orderly but all-enclosing.

    Falling Man

  • Their shell-closing adductor amounts to just a tenth of the body weight, the thin, delicate sheets of all-enclosing mantle and gills account for more than half, and the visceral mass for a third.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • There were the freeways and autostradas and autobahns, strung in an all-enclosing net across the faces of the continents.

    Neutron Star

  • Cummings grunted, then nodded toward the engineer, anonymous in all-enclosing armor.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • With a sickening sense of disaster, he remembered that he was dressed in an all-enclosing, transparent suit, and that his money was inside.

    The Weapon Shops of Isher

  • For I am affection, I am the cheer-bringing God, with hope and all-enclosing charity,

    Chanting the Square Deific

  • For I am affection—I am the cheer-bringing God, with hope, and all-enclosing Charity;

    Chanting the Square Deific

  • Thee in thy all-supplying, all-enclosing Worship—thee in no single bible, saviour, merely,

    As a Strong Bird on Pinions Free

  • And against this background, against this all-enclosing tapestry of faces which encircled him, two persons, and the atmosphere and aroma of them, so to speak, were clearly defined.

    The History of Sir Richard Calmady A Romance

  • Thee in thy all-supplying, all-enclosing worship -- thee in no single bible, saviour, merely,

    Leaves of Grass

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