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On the other hand, if too thin the emission is comparatively easy, but lacks intensity and is termed "hollow."
ANTONIO STRADIVARIHORACE WILLIAM PETHERICK
The violin was of good reputation for its tone of fine quality, quantity and ease of emission.
ANTONIO STRADIVARIHORACE WILLIAM PETHERICK
If only they both come to realise it in their normal waking states his Double will cease these nocturnal excursions.
Desks and boxes were thrust aside, the winch was manned, and the weighty lantern mounted slowly to its nocturnal watch-tower.
The emission of odors and acute sensibility to them is the only presumable agency at work in those instances.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
But they were not ready as yet to do any nocturnal spearing, and if ever Indians wanted a night's rest they wanted it.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
And each man, I am sure, can imagine how ill A journey nocturnal agree with me will.
Such was found to be the case, as they are strictly nocturnal hunters, and keep their holes closely shut during the day-time.
But all to no purpose; it still continued its nocturnal peregrinations.
SCOTTISH GHOST STORIESELLIOTT O'DONNELL
The nocturnal mischief of damaging or destroying a neighbor's corn.

WORDS RELATED TO NOCTURNAL EMISSION

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