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STiLLSpeech Technology in Language Learning (periodical)
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We are not yet discovered, and there is still hope.
if our place of retreat escape this scrutiny, we are still safe
And the birds are coming to look at it--because it is--so safe and still.
It seemed to me at the time that I must have read all his comedies in Venice, but I kept reading new ones after I came home, and still I can take a volume of his from the shelf, and when thirty years are past, find a play or two that I missed before.
The dust of the raiders was still a long distance away.
Mugambi, whom the Arabs had left for dead, still lived.
Fresh cases, still able to walk, they clustered about the spokesman.
Still clinging to the chair, supporting most of his weight on it, he shoved it to the door and out upon the veranda.
Nervously alert, strung to extreme tension, but without alarm, still playing at the game of tracking, Jerry followed.
Do you know the beggar intended to bush-whack us," Harley told Villa, who, half-dressed and still dressing, had joined him.
Augustine, a hundred and fifty miles to the south, was inaudible two miles to the north in a still atmosphere.
A strange name wakes up memories; the printed words scent the smoky atmosphere of to-day faintly, with the subtle and penetrating perfume as of land breezes breathing through the starlight of bygone nights; a signal fire gleams like a jewel on the high brow of a sombre cliff; great trees, the advanced sentries of immense forests, stand watchful and still over sleeping stretches of open water; a line of white surf thunders on an empty beach, the shallow water foams on the reefs; and green islets scattered through the calm of noonday lie upon the level of a polished sea, like a handful of emeralds on a buckler of steel.