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  • His communicator sputtered something unintelli-gible.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • The other players had been quietly spoken and beautifully dressed, and the air of power round the table had been almost tan gible, and definitely menacing.

    Rome's Revenge

  • So today, in the Tourney, art had to be intelli - gible to both the experts and the average man, and esthetic to both.

    Blue Adept

  • It was a concentrated glare, an almost tan - gible aura of hate; every time Snack glanced up he encountered that implacable force.

    Split Infinity

  • These difficulties and a host of difficulties like them make it doubtful whether the discourse used to spell out the reference range of “God” is sufficiently intelli - gible to make such God-talk coherent.


  • And Bossuet de - clares: “Those propositions which are clear and intelli - gible by themselves are called axioms or first princi - ples” (Connaissance de Dieu I, 13).


  • All these things and people were no longer remote and negli - gible; they had to be met, they were lined up against her, they were there to take something from her.

    The Song of the Lark by Willa Cather

  • To his daughter it was unintelli - gible, and he did not enlighten her.

    A Study in Scarlet

  • Chansey: oval stone / lucky egg gible: HAban berry (Reduces foe's dragon type move's power)


  • The first factor is that many senior and those who used the service regularly, but had never pur - executives have finance or operations backgrounds, quantitative chased bank products online. fields from which marketing's highly creative and somewhat intan - Accenture's marketing accelerator platform - a prebuilt infra - gible contributions appear to be more like art than science.

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