deep places

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A carefully selected passage drawn from the rich abundance of Merton's writing leads us into deep places within ourselves and offers insights into the paradoxes of life.
In 1995, Japan, the only other nation showing much interest in exploring these deep places, landed an unmanned probe on the bottom of the Trench, near the Pacific island of Guam.
As Krupnick explains, Trilling found this quality of being in touch with "the deep places of the imagination" not only in conservatives like Eliot, but also in the Russian Jewish writer Isaac Babel, among the many enthusiastic supporters of the Russian Revolution who were later devoured by it.
The only other two people ever to have ventured to this deepest of deep places were sent by the U.
That has some places to go, deep places where many mental activities are triggered in the viewer.
Deep places, pits and holes in the ground make me nervous.
It's a long, arduous book to read, but it touched me in deep places, and, judging from its sales record, it touched millions of other women as well.
Shane Howarth, attacking fast from deep places, in concert with two big and dangerous wings, would seem to be Wales' most dangerous armament.
Nasby and Avaalaaqiaq have together given us a book that informs on many levels while beguiling the mind with images that rise from very deep places.
But as scientists have explored further and farther, they have found corals living in deep places throughout the world's oceans.
They are different in approach, but what they have in common is the view that this music "speaks to the deep places of the soul, especially those places attendant to seasons of suffering" in the words of one of the artists.
They discovered the need to give, and the deep places in their hearts that were affected by the experience of selflessness.