There was a supreme moment when he was sailing through the fiords, and finding himself apparently locked in by their mountain walls without sign or hope of escape, but somehow always escaping by some unimagined
channel, and keeping on.
His eyes shone as though those few written lines upon which they were riveted were indeed some message from an unknown, an unimagined
The frightful deeds that were to be soon done, were probably unimagined
at that time in the brains of the doers.
He looked wistfully on the velvet carpets, and the before unimagined
splendors of mirrors, pictures, statues, and curtains, and, like the Queen of Sheba before Solomon, there was no more spirit in him.
For as her murderous perspective, before the doing of the deed, however subtle the precautions for its commission, would have been closed up by a gigantic dilatation of the hateful figure, preventing her from seeing any consequences beyond it; and as those consequences would have rushed in, in an unimagined
flood, the moment the figure was laid low--which always happens when a murder is done; so, now she sees that when he used to be on the watch before her, and she used to think, "if some mortal stroke would but fall on this old man and take him from my way
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of Madrid's slate spires, It took so long to get us its unimagined
angles, to nowhere.
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The pop group aims to enable millennials and younger generations to experience, feel and hear their classics 'in a way previously unimagined
This novel captures the magic of the perfect song that we hear at the perfect time, and it imparts a sense of the known even as it opens windows to worlds unimagined
Old Big 'Ead took Nottingham Forest to previously unimagined
heights when they won the European Cup twice in a row in 1979 and 1980.
Drawing on the work of philosophers, anthropologists, sociologists, and historians, Mazierska, in a case-study approach, examines cinema in conjunction with histories and theories of work in her effort to understand and assess a paradox: why, now in a time when productive capacity has made it possible for most people to move from the realm of necessity to affluence, education, and unimagined
life choices, these ideals are instead receding, poverty and unemployment are growing, and workers are working more for less.