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  • Jasper went to work energetically, at once, perceiv -

    The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson

  • But drawing requires that you look at something for a long time, perceiv - ing lots of details, registering as much information as possible - ideally, everything, as Albrecht Durer tried to do here.

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  • I'll give complete instructions for the fourth perceptual skill, perceiv - ing lights and shadows, in the next chapter.

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  • With a single snapshot, the impact should be negligible; the increase in resources would probably be measurable, but it's unlikely it would be perceiv - able.

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  • The want of ordiodoxy in these writers was early perceiv - ed, and sometimes complained of, and somedmes excused by their successors, and sometimes attributed to Arian interpolation*

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  • J did not oppose him, for it was perceiv - ed, both by myself and my stepmother, that notwithstanding the sincere pleasure with which he participated in my happi - ness, yet in despite of his wishes, his spirits sunk in contemplating it, and that he sought to hide the emotions he could not conquer.

    Says she to her neighbour, What? ..

  • Mr. Addington entered nothing, and professed before the Council that was so surprized And 'twas such a sudden Gust, that scarce knew what he said: and all say 'twas extream sudden and tumultuous: I perceiv Sundry Oaths are taking, what avail they'll be of as to things done in Court, I know not.

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  • It was juft recovering from this difmal iituation that I found them; but perceiv - ing every thing fafe/I own their prefent mortification my Lady, fell into a found; bat Sir Tom -

    The vicar of Wakefield: A Tale

  • That,, on the morning of the 28th of July 177$, when it was perceiv - ed that only three of the French VoL. m.. fleet remained near the Britifli in the fituation the whole had been in the night before, and that the reft wore to leeward at a greater dis - tance, not in a line of battle but in.

    The British Magazine and Review, Or, Universal Miscellany

  • IT is as eafy to deceive ourfelves without perceiv - ing it, as it is difficult to deceive others without being perceived.

    The miscellaneous works, in verse and prose, of Gorges Edmond Howard. ..


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