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The benefits of this change, however, can be but slowly realized, and are for the present hardly perceptible.
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY
It was, therefore, more in the construction and workmanship then, that the sign manual was perceptible.
ANTONIO STRADIVARIHORACE WILLIAM PETHERICK
A few words about the interior of Stradivari's instruments; one kind of work is perceptible in all of them.
ANTONIO STRADIVARIHORACE WILLIAM PETHERICK
This applies also in many other cases—but every master has some distinct difference which is perceptible to the practised eye.
We recollect being greatly struck with the ominous calmness perceptible in the tone of this speech.
The proximity of Asia and the remoteness from civilised centres were scarcely perceptible.
On the 4th day, the inflammation was evidently subsiding, and on the 6th it was scarcely perceptible.
You will tell me a different tale one of these days, said Harry, colouring without any perceptible reason.
"If I had one, Capt, you would worm it out of me," she said with a smile and a perceptible pressure on his arm.
Bowing to the ladies, he gave a perceptible start when he perceived the appearance of his patient.

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