Everything in this baby was charming, but for some reason all this did not go deep
to her heart.
So Roger Chillingworth -- the man of skill, the kind and friendly physician -- strove to go deep
into his patient's bosom, delving among his principles, prying into his recollections, and probing everything with a cautious touch, like a treasure-seeker in a dark cavern.
Aylmer appeared to believe that, by the plainest scientific logic, it was altogether within the limits of possibility to discover this long-sought medium; "but," he added, "a philosopher who should go deep
enough to acquire the power would attain too lofty a wisdom to stoop to the exercise of it.
I don't go deep
initially," but when he hits upon the narrative structure, he makes sure that"from the first frame to the last edit, I link everything to it.
They said the committee should go deep
into the broader political philosophy and vision under which the PSEs will be required to play their role in the new competitive environment.
If the defenders go deep
, the midelders go deep
and the wide players end up dropping deep.
It is a normal thing that we do not do much fishing in this weather as the fish go deep
down in the sea beyond the reach of fishermen.
and Take Plenty of Root: A Prairie-Norwegian Father, Rebellion in Minneapolis, Basement Zen, Growing Up, Growing Tender is memoir writing at its best, and embraces the author's process of self-discovery and change.
ANDY MURRAY plans to go deep
into the French Open after being given an easy ride into the fourth round last night.
If they can maintain the quality and creativity, Fish Go Deep
are definitely one to keep your ears pinned back for.
The tree roots go deep
and are entwined with the roots of the terrified Iraqi people, all precious beyond measure, and I have no punch line.