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Allis Porter's perceptions had been developed to an extraordinary degree.

We may observe a like distinction to run through all the other perceptions of the mind.

It is in the union of these two perceptions that his resemblance to Michael Angelo lies.

But we lose the perceptions before we are capable of methodizing or comparing them.

The perceptions of a public are as subtly-sighted as its passions are blind.

To us, the perceptions of sense are inseparable from the act of the mind which accompanies them.

The nature of these revelations is the same; they are perceptions of the absolute law.

The gods also mingled natures akin to that of man with other forms and perceptions.

Diana laughed, and again he was stung by her contempt of his perceptions.

Remember that a man can only see with his own eyes, that he can only judge from his own perceptions.