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to a great depth psychologically

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to a great depth

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When the man was dead an examination disclosed the unmistakable marks of an animal's fangs deeply sunken into the jugular vein.
In the words of a Russian critic, who seeks to explain the feeling inspired by Dostoevsky: "He was one of ourselves, a man of our blood and our bone, but one who has suffered and has seen so much more deeply than we have his insight impresses us as wisdom .
And there came before him the vision of a certain "little lady," about whom he had been thinking deeply of late.
If there had been a man on the bicycle, the wheels would have sunk deeply into the soil.
The Prince was deeply moved, and vowed that he would search the world for the Princess, and take no rest till he had found and restored her to her mother's arms.
But despite these youthful scoffings and embar- rassments, they knew that their faces were deeply flushing from thrills of pleasure.
It deeply touched and at the same time surprised him.
The quick eye of the Dyak chieftain recognized the prahu of Rajah Muda Saffir where it lay upon the beach, but he said nothing to his white companion of what it augured--it might be well to discover how the land lay before he committed himself too deeply to either faction.
I have enjoyed my visit to Madame de Maisonrouge deeply, and feel as if I were leaving a circle of real friends.
I don't know what you are," replied the Writer of Fables, deeply disturbed.
Pickwick demanded his writing-desk, and pen and ink, and was deeply engaged during the whole day.
She tenderly kissed me, She fondly caressed, And then I fell gently To sleep on her breast -- Deeply to sleep From the heaven of her breast.
I have suffered deeply, madame," answered Monte Cristo.
He was too deeply affected to trust himself to answer.
While she thus remonstrated, I took up a book, and laying it open on the table before me, pretended to be deeply absorbed in its perusal, for I was equally unable to justify myself and unwilling to acknowledge my errors; and I wished to have nothing to say on the matter.