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“H.L. Mencken called Carl Sandburg “indubitably an American in every pulse-beat.””
“The light brush of his mouth against each sensitive pulse-beat, the curve of her breast and the sensual pull of his tongue as it laved its peak.”
“Watched the pulse-beat at the base of her throat quicken.”
“Only the pulse-beat above the right eye betrayed the bitterness he was struggling to control.”
“Through this, he filled the hollow chambers with molten wax and then measured from the resultant cast the volume of the heart-beat and the minute-volume of the heart, which he calculated from the pulse-beat.”
“The midget lapsed into torpor, swaying a little with each pulse-beat.”
“Our nearest and dearest friend, sitting so near that we can hear his every breath, can see if his blood runs by a single pulse-beat faster to his cheek, may yet be thinking thoughts which, if we could read them, would break our hearts.”
“England and America alike have felt the pulse-beat of the reformers, ready and longing for a change that will be radical and honest in its workings.”
“And that light is the inherent radiance of His person and face, and that the universal passion of love is the throbbing pulse-beat of His own great heart.”
“Tis the heart of the world," broke in Jeffreys, "and no man can say he knoweth life until he hath felt the pulse-beat of the great city.”
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