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Her taking of it began to seem to Artois, as it had evidently seemed to Gaspare, a fact of profound significance.
A SPIRIT IN PRISONROBERT HICHENS
His letters and the stanza addressed to Mrs. Boinville show the profound depression under which he laboured in April and May.
Mr. B. was a profound classic and linguist and member of several learned societies in England and abroad.
He was in a profound sleep—his head upon his rolled-up mantle.
THE QUESTFREDERIK VAN EEDEN
But it was an appeal to the wavering minds in the North, and upon them it made a profound impression.
The pair then proceeded some distance side by side without exchanging a syllable, and both seemed plunged in profound thought.
THE TRAIL-HUNTERGUSTAVE AIMARD
The sayings may not be profound, but at least they are applicable to conduct.
There was a profound silence about them, and these snow-covered men were like ghosts walking through cities of death.
NOW IT CAN BE TOLDPHILIP GIBBS
The profound anatomical studies which Leonardo made for this work still exist.
To him, since Lingard had gone, the time seemed to roll on in profound darkness.

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