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Before his serene and all-embracing vision every school appears and disappears in the void.

UnicornsJames Huneker

So do extremes meet; and such is sometimes the all-embracing capacity of the approval of a fool!

No NameWilkie Collins

The workers chew them (they are useless unchewed) into the all-supporting, all-embracing Wax of the Hive.

Actions and ReactionsRudyard Kipling

And even now, though his egotism was so all-embracing, it was in no sense whatever profound.

The Angel of PainE. F. Benson

"Follow Me," is the sum of His commandments; the one all-embracing law of the Christian life.

Great force of will is seen also in the face of the Pompeian god; but it is will dominated by alert and all-embracing mind.

She smiled so frankly as Jane approached, the latter's embarrassment was swept away in her all-embracing welcome.

Jane Allen: CenterEdith Bancroft

The more modern carver, on the contrary, offered an all-embracing welcome to every form which presented itself to his notice.

Wood-CarvingGeorge Jack

In times of intellectual trouble this man takes refuge in his all-embracing faith,—the faith that to God all things are possible.

The Syrian ChristAbraham Mitrie Rihbany

Moreover, the brilliancy of Napoleon's military genius was balanced by an all-embracing political sagacity.

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