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  • Are we aware of an ever-open eye at the corner of every street, of a watching presence in the very keyboards we type our messages on?

    Boing Boing

  • To teach in a changing world, we must ourselves be ever-open to change; today it's games, tomorrow - who knows.

    Marketing

  • Arthur really experienced some sensation of the kind which the old King had prophesied, and stood looking with wonder at the ever-open gate of the palace, into which men of all kinds seemed to enter freely.

    Anne of Geierstein

  • The large welcome mat outside his ever-open door gives testimony to this goal.

    SAVE THE DATE: DEMFEST IN NH JUNE 9-10

  • However, marrying her Prince Charming called for patience, determination, and an ever-open checkbook.

    Posh & Becks

  • Caroline's youth could now be of some avail to her, and so could her mother's nurture: both - crowned by God's blessing, sent in the pure west wind blowing soft as fresh through the ever-open chamber lattice - rekindled her long - languishing energies.

    Shirley, by Charlotte Bronte

  • Human life is short and fleeting, and many millions of individuals share in it, who are swallowed by that monster of oblivion which is waiting for them with ever-open jaws.

    The Art of Literature

  • Thus around the shores of deserted earth, while the sun is high, and the moon waxes or wanes, angels, the spirits of the dead, and the ever-open eye of the Supreme, will behold the tiny bark, freighted with Verney — the

    The Last Man

  • On screen they saw the heart of the comet now, the boy in his tank, a close-up of his emotionless face and ever-open eyes.

    Do Comets Dream?

  • Now and then there came another tear from the corner of an ever-open eye.

    Do Comets Dream?

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