“They may dislike the disrupture of old family ties and connections, and cling fondly to the traditions and associations of their youth.”
“He feels that the future of the greatest republic in existence depends on settling this question now and forever, and that if it be left to the chances of war to settle itself, there is imminent danger that even a victory may not prevent a disrupture of the Union.”
“With the heat, with every shower of rain, with every breath of wind, the earth crumbles away; there is an eternal trickling, day and night, until some huge boulder is exposed which crashes down, loosening everything in its wild career; a single tempest may disrupture what the patience and ingenuity of years have contrived.”
“Justice which, barely completed, is already showing signs of disrupture; it will cheerfully vote _ (vide_ daily press) the small item of eighty thousand francs to supply that institution with pens and ink -- lucky contractor!”
“The piles of rock on each hand, but particularly on the Shenandoah, the evident marks of their disrupture and avulsion from their beds by the most powerful agents of nature, corroborate the impression.”
“Some cataclysmal upheaval would seem to account for such disrupture rather than the infinitely slow processes suggested by geological history.”
“Churchmen the Free Church was established by disrupture from the”
“There had also occurred one of those strange compensations that wait on Death or disrupture by catastrophe: such as the rude shaking down of an unsettled life, the forcible realization of what were vague speculations, the breaking of old habits and traditions, and the unloosing of half-conscious bonds.”
“Shenandoah, the evident marks of their disrupture and avulsion from their beds by the most powerful agents of nature, corroborate the impression.”
“He did not at all refer to what had taken place at Richmond, or allude in any way to the nature of the cause which had produced this sudden disrupture.”
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