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STiLLSpeech Technology in Language Learning (periodical)
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Augustine, a hundred and fifty miles to the south, was inaudible two miles to the north in a still atmosphere.
And still the silent battalions moved slowly forward in the haze.
But Nancy sat quite still, only that her eyes dropped and ceased to meet his.
Overhead the stars were mustering, and in the west the sky was still a pale, bright, almost greenish blue.
everything but the water is still and at peace; in, then, where you may create those sounds you love so well to hear.
We are not yet discovered, and there is still hope.
And still there would be left enough for new stockings--two pairs apiece--and what darning that would save for a while
There was still money in her purse, and her next temptation presented itself in the shape of a matinee poster.
It was still, complete, unknown, and full of a life that went on stealthily with a troubling effect of solitude; of a life that seemed unaccountably empty of anything that would stir the thought, touch the heart, give a hint of the ominous sequence of days.
The dust of the raiders was still a long distance away.
Fresh cases, still able to walk, they clustered about the spokesman.
So it was, exercising faculties that were no longer necessary, but that were still alive in him and clamorous for exercise, he followed the long-since passed wood-rat with all the soft-footed crouching craft of the meat-pursuer and with utmost fineness of reading the scent.