calmness


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Yes, Morrel," said Monte Cristo, with a calmness which contrasted strangely with the young man's excitement; "yes, I would do so.
If he had not been under the spell of the curious calmness which had taken possession of him he would have been more wretched than ever.
They know each other well, indeed," replied Hester, with a mien of calmness, though in the utmost consternation.
So, in fact, it is written," said D'Artagnan, affecting calmness.
Performing asanas with awareness creates inner calmness as well as reduces fatigue and stress in the body.
It is a case of Julien settling down and showing calmness.
This calmness is concentrated in the serenity of the faces of the portrayed friends, who never appear with last names, giving a childish quality to the placid and private atmosphere that Guibert wants to maintain in his work The photographic reality for the author of one of the most piercing stories about AIDS, A l'ami qui ne m'a pas sauve la vie (To the friend who did not save my life, 1990) was infused with visions on horseback somewhere between the phantasmatic and the lived, where alterity and absence are the principal parts--a good way to disprove photography's presumed objectivity despite the us of real and quotidian objects.
This riding style -- termed "classical" -- demands agility, speed and calmness in the face of danger from the horse/rider partnership and is the source of many of the Haute Ecole dressage (advanced training) movements seen today in competitions such as the Olympics.
Any remaining questions have been ended by his agility, calmness and shot-stopping, alongside those outstanding "sweeper-keeper" qualities.
On my way home from work on the Number 69 and then the Number 35, I noticed the calmness and care of the drivers as they safely navigated slippery hills.
Recalling first aid lessons she'd recently had at school, with a calmness which would have left some of his old Army buddies amazed, she rolled him into the recovery position, before raising the alarm.
Tibetan terriers, one of the oldest breeds of dog, are known for their beautiful coats, agility, playfulness and calmness.
He had two penalties in a cauldron and scored them both with calmness.
With its expressive roof, golden ceiling and undulating walls, the chapel has elements of Baroque sensuality, yet the intimate interior exudes an air of contemplative calmness and sobriety.