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conscious effort

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  • 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.

    A Letter of Mary

  • 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.

    The Style Checklist

  • 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

    Confessions and Enchiridion, newly translated and edited by Albert C. Outler

  • 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.

    The Sacred Promise

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