Correct spelling for CRUSIFICTION
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The jewel was supported on a delicate spring which vibrated with each step upon the floor, so that there was a constant coruscation of light around it.
Elvire makes short work of his poetic theories, and declares that this professed interest in souls is a mere pretext for the gratification of sense.
Opposite the crucifixion is the best of the corridors.
One is certainly justified, when a man of your age complains of vertigo, in suspecting calcification of the arteries to be the cause of the trouble, since it constitutes the common senile change, and vertigo forms one of its most frequent symptoms.
Rabbi after rabbi undertook the task, but only the fourth attempt at codification, that made by yehuda the prince, was successful.
Thus in nearly all his "crucifixions" the central figure is ignoble in type and expression, and in the "flagellations" of the brera and of morra, is entirely without dignity, even ignominious.
The gentlemen, therefore at the head of this charity, having too many modes of pleasure of their own, to pay attention to this little jurisdiction, disorder crept in apace; some of the lands were lost for want of inspection; the rents ran in arrear, and were never recovered; the streets were neglected, and the people complained.
The realized result, 248 straight to 307 not-straight, is more nearly a 3:4 ratio, due probably to a wrong classification of some of the bow as straight.
The common people pass him as they pass the elgin marbles-without emotion; but they are aware subconsciously of the cold pure beauty of outline, the absolute fidelity to type, which is the melancholy justification of his existence.
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