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There are moments when I no longer know what I say; you must not pay attention to it.
THE PRINCESS OF BAGDADALEXANDRE DUMAS
But these moments when she was obliged to defend him to herself were always when he was not with her.
THE COAST OF CHANCEESTHER CHAMBERLAIN
He lay for some moments still half dreaming, with no surprise, conscious only of a peaceful wonder.
TANTEANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
And—just as a guide for moments of expansion—might it be ‘Tony’?
WHAT A MAN WILLSMRS. GEORGE DE HORNE VAIZEY
I lay awake for some moments watching, but could see no one.
IN NEW GRANADAW.H.G. KINGSTON
In moments of depression, he would admire the beautiful invention of writing and the power of mind displayed in human speech.
What are the moments loaded with passion, intense, and never-dying—years, ages upon earth!
But you must not suppose he did not feel it for himself; there were moments when he feared lest he should not carry it through.
THE CHANNINGSMRS. HENRY WOOD
Rather, there were moments when her whole nature reached out to it, in a proud and confident ambition.
LADY ROSE'S DAUGHTERMRS. HUMPHRY WARD
Let us go over the moments which followed after the crime had been committed.