1 Edna often wondered at one propensity which sometimes had inwardly disturbed her without causing any outward show or manifestation on her part.
2 I have ever regarded it as the first plain manifestation of that kind providence which has ever since attended me, and marked my life with so many favors.
3 It was almost compensation for my suffering to witness, once more, a manifestation of kindness from this, my once affectionate old mistress.
4 Even so did Plushkin's face, after its momentary manifestation of feeling, become meaner and more insensible than ever.
5 And although our life, in this manifestation of it, is often worthless, yet it is life and not simply extracting square roots.
Notes from the Underground By Fyodor DostoevskyContext Highlight In PART 1: VIII
6 Every word and action of his was the manifestation of an activity unknown to him, which was his life.
7 That was the manifestation of public opinion.
8 I am questioning the universal manifestation of God to all the world with all those misty blurs.
9 This manifestation on the part of the spectators of their wish to be allowed to hear the music, produced not the slightest effect on the two young men, who continued their conversation.
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10 I felt sorely urged to weep; but conscious how unseasonable such a manifestation would be, I restrained it.
11 His very intensity and acumen in the affairs of the pits seemed like a manifestation of madness to her, his very inspirations were the inspirations of insanity.
12 And so firm a hold did it have on the Negro, that many generations firmly believed that without this visible manifestation of the God there could be no true communion with the Invisible.
13 Mere display left her with a sense of superior distinction; but she felt an affinity to all the subtler manifestations of wealth.
14 Mr. Gryce was new to such manifestations; he wondered rather nervously if she were delicate, having far-reaching fears about the future of his progeny.
15 In short, the manifestations of zeal and fierce delight were so great and unequivocal, that the expedition was declared to be a war of the nation.
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