Sorry, no definitions found.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
It took a deliberate and conscious effort to return to our normal work, I to my books, Holmes into a laboratory that emitted a variety of odours late into the night, most of them sulpherous, all of them foul.
But be forewarned: Busy details may add years to your look unless you make a conscious effort to either break up more ornate twinsets or add youth to your choice of bottom—for example, sexy dark jeans or stretch satin pants.
Enchiridion is one of the most important of all of Augustine's writings, for it is a conscious effort of the theological magistrate of the Western Church to stand on final ground of testimony to the
The truth is, though I was familiar with the research spanning more than a hundred years addressing the survival of consciousness hypothesis, I did not anticipate that new convincing evidence would begin to show up unexpectedly, and repeatedly, in both my formal laboratory experiments as well as my informal self-science investigations, through no conscious effort or control of my own.