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  • Not many of the anatomical structures remained unsundered, as if the cutter had truly enjoyed sending this one to Allah.

    Dead Zero

  • Not many of the anatomical structures remained unsundered, as if the cutter had truly enjoyed sending this one to Allah.

    Dead Zero

  • He imagines the undoing of all that he has accomplished -- sees unions unsundered, baptisms nullified, those who confessed to him once again unforgiven.

    The Last Report On The Miracles At Little No Horse: Summary and book reviews of The Last Report On The Miracles At Little No Horse by Louise Erdrich.

  • They took a variety of roads to their conclusion, but in one way or another they all proclaimed that deep in the central nature of man -- an inalienable part of Reason -- there was a Light, a Word, an Image of God, something permanent, reliable, universal, and unsundered from

    Spiritual Reformers in the 16th & 17th Centuries

  • Consciousness of God and consciousness of self have one fundamental source in this deep where God and man are unsundered.

    Spiritual Reformers in the 16th & 17th Centuries

  • Through Christ, the new and heavenly Adam, the _junction_ may be formed again in man's inner self, and once again God and man in us may be unsundered.

    Spiritual Reformers in the 16th & 17th Centuries

  • On either side, to right and left the tree-girdle reached out toward the blue distance, thick close and unsundered, save where it and the plain which it begirdled was cleft amidmost by a river about as wide as the

    The House of the Wolfings

  • The cloven halves were not broken from each other, for the firm base and strong roots kept them unsundered below; though community of vitality was destroyed -- the sap could flow no more: their great boughs on each side were dead, and next winter's tempests would be sure to fell one or both to earth: as yet, however, they might be said to form one tree -- a ruin, but an entire ruin.

    Jane Eyre: an autobiography, Vol. II.

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