- v. return to consciousness
“She closed her eyes, letting the champagne buzz and her imagination bring to life the object of her lustful desire.”
“I think my political transformation began with my exposure to the business-as-usual attitude of many civil service bureaucrats during the war; then came the attempted Communist take-over of the picture business, which a lot of my liberal friends refused to admit ever happened; next, I had a brief experience living in a country that promised the kind of womb-to-tomb utopian benevolence a lot of these liberal friends wanted to bring to America.”
““I do not believe,” White recalled years later, “that any degree of recollection will bring to my mind any fact which would prove General Washington to have been a believer in the Christian Revelation.””
“I daresay that the most truthful charge that can be laid against Caesar Octavianus is that he found himself unable to control Brundisium, which was ordered to allow Marcus Antonius to come ashore together with as many legions as he cared to bring to their homeland, be it for a nice vacation or retirement.”
“AWOL from the wars within my house, I spent increasing lengths of time engaging the tutelage of the Gray Nuns after class or ensconcing myself in the library, where I began to realize the precocity of my mind and the rewards it would bring to me.”
“Although the residential streets connected to the surrounding New York grid, they were anything but gridlike; Olmsted created a variety of crescents, internal circles, lanes, and closes, laid out with all the design artistry that a talented and experienced planner could bring to bear.31”
“The lawyerly and precise Christopher would approach the job with great care, steadiness, and without any of the showiness that others might bring to the task.”
“He has special skills, ones that I thought Sam Watson would bring to the project.”
“She was about the same age as the granddaughter of the medium whom Susy was supposed to bring to Mary.”
““It is my pleasant duty to bring to your notice the excellent condition of the Egyptian troops on the occasion of the action of Toski,” Grenfell reported.”
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