measured

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They possessed no watches but they measured time by the shadow of the sun-dial.

When one looked at him one felt that he was a standard by which other animals should be measured.

He measured your blindness and weakness by the standard of His own knowledge and almightiness.

The Universal is too great to be measured and doled in that way.

Yet, measured according to the stern standards of adversity, Mary was fortunate.

There was a silence that seemed long, though it was measured in the passing of seconds.

Measured by this new glance, so clear, so appraising, he sank back into his chair.

But this man was promising me more than she had done, and his every word was measured.

They were measured out by the corpses of Normans and Saxons.

The real character of a man is measured by the truth he shows to women.

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