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The fullness of George Eliot's mind at this time may be gathered from the rapidity with which one work followed another.
THE ENGLISH NOVELSIDNEY LANIER
They seemed to feel the new reign of peace and fullness most of all.
FRECKLESGENE STRATTON-PORTER
This great truth in its fullness, accepted and believed in the heart, is the highest attainment in faith that man is capable of.
In the fullness of my heart I laid bare our plans before him.
And it is as grandmothers that our mothers come into the fullness of their grace.
Not in a year or a century, but in the fullness of time can all this come.
Mary Anderson on her knees thanked the President from the fullness of her heart.
The fullness is then gathered in and sewed to the headsize wire.
MAKE YOUR OWN HATSGENE ALLEN MARTIN
Please believe, Jim, that she did it out of the fullness of her heart.
DOROTHY'S TRIUMPHEVELYN RAYMOND
It is perhaps only in the compositions subsequent to Opus 50 that Scriabine emerges in the fullness of his stature.
MUSICAL PORTRAITSPAUL ROSENFELD

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