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  • My mother was from West, Texas and I foundly remember going to the bakery downtown, across the railroad tracks to get the best kolaches, not the bakery by the highway, those just weren't as good.

    A sweet escape | Homesick Texan

  • Longstaff said that he was so pro­foundly moved by the ceremony that during a midnight walk along the Menin road he saw a vision of steel-helmeted spirits rising from the moonlit corn fields around him.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • It was probably also true after 1870 that, compared to other societies and other periods, Americans were still a “people of plenty” and that the sense and reality of abundance pro-foundly shaped the national experience.

    A History of American Law

  • I can foundly recall many a night when we sat by a campfire throwing in all kinds of odds and ends...just to see what would happen.

    "Why is it that a thing like that — watching a bottle melt in a fire — is such a guy thing — so fascinating for us, so incomprehensible to women?"

  • At last, when we women arose from table, he, as a man who must address her in haste, or be unable at all to do it, slept towards her; retreated, when near her. as irresolute; and again advancing, pro-foundly bowing,

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • If by then the enemy has not pro-foundly reduced them in strength and they do not pause their attack long enough to give the Ashregan time to mus'ter reserves from other regions, then I should think it pos'sible.

    The False Mirror

  • They were pro - foundly critical of the manner in which foreign policy was conducted in this period.

    MACHIAVELLISM

  • The concepts of faith, hope, and charity are pro - foundly interrelated and in reality not clearly distin - guishable.

    FAITH, HOPE, AND CHARITY

  • The “objective spirit” (of which poetry is only a phase) differs pro - foundly from nature.

    EVOLUTION OF LITERATURE

  • “Individuum est in - effabile,” wrote Goethe to the physiognomist J.K. Lavater in the spirit of Hamann whom Goethe pro - foundly admired.

    THE COUNTER-ENLIGHTENMENT

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