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  • The manhood and the deep-hidden, tender nature of their Bishop burst out, and his

    Chapter 7: The Bishop's Vision

  • It is true that they do not unseal those deep-hidden fountains of thought and feeling and music, which flow so freely at the waving of Shakespeare's wand.


  • “The ancient, effulgent being, the indwelling Spirit, subtle, deep-hidden in the lotus of the heart, is hard to know.”

    Experiencing the Next World Now

  • But to wander thus among the woods of Roussainville without a peasant-girl to embrace was to see those woods and yet know nothing of their secret treasure, their deep-hidden beauty.

    Swann's Way

  • One can no more rid himself of the notion of moral obligation than of that of time or space; and as surely as we must resign ourselves to walking before we know how to define this space through which we move and this time that measures our movements, so surely must we submit to moral obligation before having put our finger on its deep-hidden roots.

    The Simple Life

  • But little did James understand the deep-hidden reason that kept his friend George behind.

    A Woman's Life-Work — Labors and Experiences

  • There is some deep-hidden secret resting within thy bosom dearer than life.

    Saronia A Romance of Ancient Ephesus

  • Grief lies deep-hidden in your heart, or tears flow frae your e'en,

    The Modern Scottish Minstrel, Volume V. The Songs of Scotland of the Past Half Century

  • Inside, deep-hidden under the organ-cloth, sat the little soul, the mysterious, shabby little organ-soul, grown quite hoarse now and almost dumb.

    The Path of Life

  • Akka had shown him deep-hidden mountain dales and had let him peep into caves where mother wolves brought up their young.

    Further Adventures of Nils


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