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  • It's like a kind of semireligious experience for the band, and I think for the audience, too. "

    Hecklerspray

  • "I think that the Grimms' chief complaint about the 'Knaben Wunderhorn' collection was that Brentano, in particular, often invested the old poetry with a moralistic, even semireligious tone."

    Parsing Mahler's Poetic Songs

  • The keepership was semireligious, being connected so deeply with the Ravager.

    LEGENDS OF THE DRAGONREALM

  • The keepership was semireligious, being connected so deeply with the Ravager.

    LEGENDS OF THE DRAGONREALM

  • The keepership was semireligious, being connected so deeply with the Ravager.

    LEGENDS OF THE DRAGONREALM

  • After dinner, theatrical representations of a semireligious nature would amuse and instruct young and old.

    The Social Order Before and After the Protestant Reformation

  • My paradise is wonderful; it's full of good music; it's full of love and happy living; it's full of "hope on the morrow," as my semireligious dad used to chortle a lot.

    SOS

  • Politics required dangerous and uncontrollable semireligious value positing, and Weber was witnessing a struggle of the gods for possession of man and society, the results of which were unpredictable.

    THE CLOSING OF THE AMERICAN MIND

  • Politics required dangerous and uncontrollable semireligious value positing, and Weber was witnessing a struggle of the gods for possession of man and society, the results of which were unpredictable.

    THE CLOSING OF THE AMERICAN MIND

  • There was a song floating around at that time that had been a country hit for Red Foley on Decca, and for Kitty Kallen and Richard Hayes on Mercury, a semireligious tune called “Our Lady of Fatima.”

    The Good Life

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