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In each case, the speaker retreats into meditative afterthought--in the first, into musing ("as though chidden of God"), and, in the second, into an arrested notation of incidentals ("They had fallen from an ash, and were gray").
As well as over such problem leads to reproduction of chidden that the family cannot feed and care for with such horrendous psychological consequences, on the women in particular (Nussbaum 1999).
PCHR - Israeli Forces Continue Systematic Attacks against Palestinian Civilians and Property in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) and Continue to Impose a Total Siege on the Gaza Strip* 5 Palestinian civilians, including two chidden, were injured when Israeli forces used force against peaceful protest against the Annexation Wall.
Our research shows that sales of protein-rich foods, particularly fresh and chilled meats such as chidden, are in growth," says Mooney.
Caesar is obviously angry, and as Brutus observes, "all the rest look like a chidden train" (1.