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The sounds dipped into the range of human hearing only when a flyby visitor made a quick intrusion.
Even the most focused of stage actors can be rattled by an unexpected intrusion, such as an errant ringtone or overzealous audience murmuring.
On top of this political intrusion, our country’s core health institutions have suffered repeated controversies, reversals, and misinterpretation of evidence, which, in turn, have eroded the public’s confidence.
None of the companies paid the ransom but the conspiracy did cost them because of the intrusion and release of data, federal prosecutor Laura Kathleen Bernstein said.
He shouted about restrictions being intrusions on citizens’ Fourth Amendment rights during a Broward County news conference.
True, in such a case as this, "economic strength" would probably be broken down by the intrusion of physical violence.
Now, the intrusion of a definite, uncontorted memory was evidence of returning cerebral activity.
DOPESAX ROHMER
The caesural pause comes after Ector, which might allow the intrusion of the word of before king.
The ladder still leaning against the wall outside would reveal his intrusion.
THE DOCTOR OF PIMLICOWILLIAM LE QUEUX
It held him on the threshold, unmoved by the rushing assault and lacerating bark of the little dog, who resented his intrusion.
THE CREATORSMAY SINCLAIR

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