1 As for the moral turpitude that man unveiled to me, even with tears of penitence, I cannot, even in memory, dwell on it without a start of horror.
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2 Lady," she said, "the countenance you have deigned to show me will long dwell in my remembrance.
3 I may not change the faith of my fathers like a garment unsuited to the climate in which I seek to dwell, and unhappy, lady, I will not be.
4 Julia's elopement could affect her comparatively but little; she was amazed and shocked; but it could not occupy her, could not dwell on her mind.
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5 I would not dwell upon them if I could.
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6 Let other pens dwell on guilt and misery.
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7 The circumstance did not dwell in his recollection long, however: for when he reached the cottage, there was enough to occupy his mind, and to drive all considerations of self completely from his memory.
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8 To dwell on a heath without studying its meanings was like wedding a foreigner without learning his tongue.
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9 Let the weight of the matter rest upon me now, and do not let your mind dwell upon it further.
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10 Therefore it is upon the logic rather than upon the crime that you should dwell.
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11 It is not a subject on which I would willingly dwell, and yet I am conscious that a duty devolves upon me to omit no detail.
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12 used to be the Professor's favorite line, for 'das land' meant Germany to him, but now he seemed to dwell, with peculiar warmth and melody, upon the words.
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13 Here he divided his fleet and took the one half towards Crete where the Cydonians dwell round about the waters of the river Iardanus.
14 This can have been none other of those who dwell in heaven than Jove's redoubtable daughter, the Trito-born, who shewed such favour towards your brave father among the Argives.
15 When I first saw him I thought him plain, but now his appearance is like that of the gods who dwell in heaven.