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Once she looked unperceived at her visitor, who never moved, who sat so still, with eyes so intent, that you could almost fancy that she was watching something, some face that never looked up at her.
Francine had got back to her room unperceived, by way of the French window.
I followed them unperceived, waiting to present myself to her until the crowd about them had dispersed.
It was a pretty sight to see the one earnest, sweet-faced girl among the flock of tall lads, trying to understand, to help and please them with a patient affection that worked many a small miracle unperceived.
He looked for a means of retreat, in case there was no escaping unperceived by the front entrance.
When, on the one hand, we see domesticated animals and plants, though often weak and sickly, yet breeding quite freely under confinement; and when, on the other hand, we see individuals, though taken young from a state of nature, perfectly tamed, long-lived, and healthy (of which I could give numerous instances), yet having their reproductive system so seriously affected by unperceived causes as to fail in acting, we need not be surprised at this system, when it does act under confinement, acting not quite regularly, and producing offspring not perfectly like their parents or variable.
It is quite impossible for them to know him, and they walk along with him arm in arm, as if he, too, were a student like themselves; and then, unperceived, he thrusts an arrow to their bosom.
said he, addressing that gentleman, who had entered the room unperceived by me, for I was now standing near the fire, with my back to the door.
Time now flew away unperceived, and the noble lord had been two hours in company with the lady, before it entered into his head that he had made too long a visit.
I suggest, as a first approximation, that these particulars, together with such correlated others as are unperceived, jointly ARE the table; and that a similar definition applies to all physical objects.
All that was necessary to the attainment of his end was, that he should get into the vestry unperceived, that he should tear out the page in the register, and that he should leave the vestry again as privately as he had entered it.
He had reached the corner of his own street, and was already fumbling in his pocket for the door-key, when a dark figure emerged from a projecting entrance which lay in deep shadow, and, crossing the road, glided up to him unperceived.
This audacious Iraqi-born entrepreneur sprang upon the UAE market just eight years ago with the creation of Tarwada Cargo Transport (TCT) - now a top transport company in the country - and quickly set about eyeing the market for other unperceived vacancies.
Vanderdecken dangerously compounds the physical and the incorporeal again in Act 2, scene 5, where he appears in the room of Lestelle, the woman he intends to sacrifice to Rockalda, by rising "through the sea-chest" and then "vanish[ing] unperceived through a secret panel" (24-25); he transforms a portrait of himself to "a resemblance of" the amusingly inept von Bummel (26); and later neutralizes a sentinel's gun by making "a small rose-coloured flame descend]] " on it (38), while also making Lestelle disappear thanks to his magic mantle (38).
Let's support WILPF International and our United Nations Office's transforming WILPF movements, PeaceWomen and Reaching Critical Will, to notice and listen to the unheard and unperceived sacrifices made by the many for a more just world.
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