1 The East remembered generations when there had been no railroad, and had no awe of it; but here the railroads had been before time was.
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2 And more than all, if just previous to putting your hand into the tar-pot, you have been lording it as a country schoolmaster, making the tallest boys stand in awe of you.
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3 And yet I also felt a strange awe of him; but that sort of awe, which I cannot at all describe, was not exactly awe; I do not know what it was.
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4 I felt at once his deliberateness and personal dignity, and was a little in awe of him.
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5 Though Antonia loved her father more than she did anyone else, she stood in awe of her elder brother.
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6 Even the packers were in awe of him, so the men said.
7 "Oh," said Jurgis, wonderingly, and stated at the speaker in awe.
8 They spoke together, and the sounds of their voices were low and solemn, as if influenced by a reverence that was deeply blended with awe.
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9 The trained bodies of the troops threw themselves quickly into solid masses, endeavoring to awe their assailants by the imposing appearance of a military front.
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10 The flushed countenance, angry eye and swelling figure of the scout, produced a sensation of secret awe in all that heard him.
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11 His people readily constructed his unintelligible language into one of those mysterious conferences he was believed to hold so frequently with a superior intelligence and they awaited the issue of the revelation in awe.
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12 His lean features wore an expression of awe and admiration.
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13 Her husband, who made no professions to any particular religious character, nevertheless reverenced and respected the consistency of hers, and stood, perhaps, a little in awe of her opinion.
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14 Tom looked at the child with awe; and when she, hearing her father's voice, glided away, he wiped his eyes many times, as he looked after her.
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15 George sat fixed with solemn awe.
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