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The Irregulars, another Netflix release, out March 26, is the least reverent recent expansion of the brand.
The Savages have often been present, always profoundly silent and reverent.
These words, uttered with thrilling earnestness, struck reverent awe into the nuns and the stranger.
There was a peculiar, reverent tenderness in his manner towards her, that was even more marked than usual.
I only knew I loved it and I became reverent as the sounds carried themselves through my brain via my heart.
MY WONDERFUL VISITCHARLIE CHAPLIN
She was reading a book with reverent attention; it was a volume of the works of one of our modern Juvenals.
Then I got sorry, as this was not reverent, and a bright thought struck me.
MY NEW CURATEP.A. SHEEHAN
The Altrurian spoke very solemnly, and a reverent hush fell upon the assembly.
Indians generally are keenly observant of all things in nature, and reverent towards them.
All reverent and helpful study of the Word of God is critical, and is the kind of criticism that the Book challenges.

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