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Now I should say that the great run of tide at the south-west end of Aros exercises a perturbing influence round all the coast.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON, VOLUME XXIROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
He would like to be freed from the dominion of bodily pleasures and of the senses, which are always perturbing his mental vision.
PHAEDOPLATO
The real danger would be in the effects which the perturbing action of the larger planets might produce on the orbit of Mercury.
MYTHS AND MARVELS OF ASTRONOMYRICHARD A. PROCTOR
He received a more perturbing impression than his imperturbable glance implied.
PATHS OF JUDGEMENTANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
I came into his stormy life, not as a new perturbing force, but as one that made toward peace and repose.
THE IRON HEELJACK LONDON
Where was the aristocratic sangfroid which should have made him proof even against so much perturbing news?
THE BRONZE EAGLEEMMUSKA ORCZY, BARONESS ORCZY
But as for tragedy, suffering;—one can't associate such perturbing things with imperturbable Dick.
THE NEST, THE WHITE PAGODA, THE SUICIDE, A FORSAKEN TEMPLE, MISS JONES AND THE MASTERPIECEANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
The inferior race had conquered the superior, disorganizing the country and perturbing the world.
THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE APOCALYPSEVICENTE BLASCO IBANEZ
The energy she displayed, to judge by the cheerful noises of it, was almost perturbing.
THE MUTINY OF THE ELSINOREJACK LONDON
Althea could not have faced the perturbing fact that charm, to her, counted for more than goodness.
FRANKLIN KANEANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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