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“For sustenance of the soul, the nearby thousand-year-old Abbey of Bassac +33 5 4581 9422, abbayebassac.com has a tangible spirituality and visitors are welcome to stroll in the near-silent gardens.”
“He admits a return to his "boyhood fascinations" in telling the story of places like Fort Ticonderoga, the romance of which clearly continues to entrance him, where "one can still hear the echoes of musket and cannon shot, the shouts of command, the flap of canvas and creaking of oars, and even—with some effort—the near-silent padding of moccasin-shod feet.”
“They exuded a near-silent excitement, the sort which Bo had witnessed two days earlier, when his mother passed in her sleep.”
“Now, with the advent of near-silent electric and hybrid vehicles, the industry is shifting into reverse.”
“OTOH, if you had some sort of small, near-silent, difficult to see surveillance UAV, this would be quite different, as might ubiquitous surveillance video cameras over a large part of an urban environment.”
“He could hear the near-silent "swish - swish" of a pendulum slicing through air.”
“I held her tight while she shook with near-silent sobs, the grief deep and terrible.”
“Talk about killing two birds with one stone -- in addition to McCain's avoiding his debate in the face of falling poll numbers, after Palin's day of near-silent photo-ops at the U.N., attempting to also give Palin more time to prepare.”
“She has transformed from a near-silent political wife to arguably the most admired and powerful woman in Britain – and a truly modern public figure.”
“She has transformed from a near-silent political wife to arguably the most admired and powerful woman in Britain…”
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