“This system of associated or congregate labour in silence by day and cellular separation at night, for which, under the name of the Auburn System, so much excellence has been claimed in American penology, was thus inaugurated at Rome in the beginning of the eighteenth century, more than a hundred years prior to the introduction of the method into use here.”
“Miranda LeClair, 30, a former military police officer for the Navy, carried a sign that read: "Proudly served in silence for nine years.”
“She waited in silence for the several minutes it took him to contact the Thelkan shipmaster and to make his preparations to get the Pharaon under way again before saying anything.”
“Dr. James Gordon has pointed out that classic meditation developed during the long agricultural era of history, when people had much less to do and sitting still in silence was commonplace.”
“Kirk stood in silence for a long time, gazing at the aphotic depths of interstellar space.”
“Taciturn, he would sit for hours in silence when all his visitors were eager to hear his pronouncements.”
“Inside Mission Control, a few isolated conversations were taking place, but not very many; most people were waiting in silence for the “acquisition of signal,” or AOS.”
“Mrs. Kendel seemed crabbier than usual, doling out an essay assignment for us to work on in silence during the class period.”
“But Americans will not endure in silence the slow erosion of those freedoms which make them proud of the name of Englishmen. . .”
“Ciro Shanahan was one of those rare individuals who would suffer in silence and let the world do him severe injury in order to protect those whom he loved.”
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