unintermittent love

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  • The one white man on Oolong was McAllister, petty trader and unintermittent guzzler; and he ruled Oolong and its six thousand savages with an iron hand.

    YAH! YAH! YAH!

  • Lloyd Inwood, after prolonged and unintermittent application, when the tension upon his mind and body became too great to bear, had a strange way of obtaining relief.

    Moon Face:The Shadow and the Flash

  • It gives a uniform and unintermittent light, which the sun does not.

    Twenty-Thousand Leagues Under the Sea

  • Above, there were broad white bands, darkened on the side averted from the sun, exhibiting a slow but unintermittent movement; these were the vapors that pervaded the terrestrial atmosphere.

    Off on a Comet

  • And though of a motion that is not specifically one (even if the time is unintermittent) the time is one, the motion is specifically different, and so cannot really be one, for motion that is one must be specifically one, though motion that is specifically one is not necessarily one in an unqualified sense.

    Physics

  • While sight thus failed me, sound was equally unavailing, for it was always the same -- a sustained and unintermittent roar, a low, droning sound, deep and terrible, with no variations of dashing breakers or rushing rapids or falling cataracts.

    A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder

  • A watcher might have guessed that he was profoundly agitated from the swift unintermittent rustle the paper made in his hands.

    Young Mr. Barter's Repentance From "Schwartz" by David Christie Murray

  • But after a while they became, if not exactly weary in well-doing, at least a little weary of the unintermittent tirades against ill-doing.

    By the Christmas Fire

  • As it was, the fire came focussed on a mass of men, such a fire as I suppose has never been seen before, for not only was it a tremendous volley poured in at point-blank range, but it was a sustained volley; the rapid action of the magazines enabling the enemy to keep up an unintermittent hail of bullets on the English column.

    With Rimington

  • They are like her in her suffering and her weakness; they should be like her too in her unintermittent, persevering cry.

    The Parables of Our Lord

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