FEARS


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FEARSForest Ecology and Remote Sensing (research group; University of Bayreuth; Germany)
FEARSFire Equipment Automated Recall System
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And only when there is one great Fear over all, as there is now, can we of the Jungle lay aside our little fears, and meet together in one place as we do now.
And I now understood to some slight degree at least the reason of the fear of the little Upper-world people for the dark.
I fear for you because you have gained their hatred.
No longer did she fear harm to her first-born at the hands of the ape-man.
One by one the blacks straggled into the village, but that their fears were not entirely allayed was evident from the amount of white that showed about the eyes of the majority of them as they cast constant and apprehensive sidelong glances at the ape-man.
As a rule, they were stuffed with fear--and with a fear so strange and alien that it had no ponderable quality.
So the grey cub knew fear, though he knew not the stuff of which fear was made.
For fear of wild animals--that hath been longest fostered in man, inclusive of the animal which he concealeth and feareth in himself:--Zarathustra calleth it 'the beast inside.
Rage and fear have been especially studied by Cannon, whose work is of the greatest importance.
Chaka heard it and shook with fear, but his ears were deaf to its burden, though mine were open.
To us, who may doubt the existence of malignant spirits, his fear may seem unbelievable, for he was a strong man, an excellent swordsman, and a warrior of great repute; but the fact remained that O-Tar of Manator was nervous with apprehension as he strode the corridors of his palace toward the deserted halls of O-Mai and when he stood at last with his hand upon the door that opened from the dusty corridor to the very apartments themselves he was almost paralyzed with terror.
Besides this, he saw the arms of Italy, especially those by which he might have been assisted, in hands that would fear the aggrandizement of the Pope, namely, the Orsini and the Colonnesi and their following.