Continually, and in a thousand other ways, did she feel the innumerable throbs
of anguish that had been so cunningly contrived for her by the undying,the ever-active sentence of the Puritan tribunal.
The sadness of the incomplete--the sadness that is often Life, but should never be Art--throbbed in its disjected phrases, and made the nerves of the audience throb
They were rising in the air smoothly and quietly, and moving slowly to the throb
of the engine athwart the aeronautic park.
He knew that in the tyrant's heart there pulsed no single throb
of love for any creature.
But in Japan the love of our country is a passion which seems to throb
with every beat of our hearts.
I remember the whole beginning as a succession of flights and drops, a little seesaw of the right throbs
and the wrong.
The pulse of the old militia-man throbs
with pride as he thinks of the trust you have placed in him, and vows to deserve it.
It beats and throbs
like a pulsating heart within her iron ribs, and when it stops, the steamer, whose life is not so much a contest as the disdainful ignoring of the sea, sickens and dies upon the waves.
Alone, in the presence of all the luxury which surrounded him; alone, in the presence of his power; alone, with the part he was about to be forced to act, Philippe for the first time felt his heart, and mind, and soul expand beneath the influence of a thousand mutable emotions, which are the vital throbs
of a king's heart.
At last the uproar died away in three last, measured throbs
, and ere their echo had ceased the Abbot struck a small gong which summoned a lay-brother to his presence.
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