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It must have been the latter cause which kept the trigger finger of the steady hand from exerting the little pressure that would have brought the great beast to at least a temporary pause.
She always ended these pauses by saying something so natural that Cassandra was deluded into giving fresh examples of her absorbing theme.
The banker's speech was fluent, but it was also copious, and he used up an appreciable amount of time in brief meditative pauses.
Presently they came to the banks of a wide river, and without a pause the wooden steed gave one final leap and launched them all in mid-air.
Nathaniel Letton did not look appealingly at his two friends, but in the brief pause they felt that appeal pass out from him.
With nose serrulated by continuous spasms, hair bristling in recurrent waves, tongue whipping out like a red snake and whipping back again, ears flattened down, eyes gleaming hatred, lips wrinkled back, and fangs exposed and dripping, he could compel a pause on the part of almost any assailant.
I had called to him to stop, when I saw the figure of the child pause on its airy course.
Your name has been mentioned to me," said Julius, answering her after a momentary pause.
It was too late to pause and reconsider the position.
asked Margaret, for there was a long pause--a pause that was somehow akin to the flicker of the fire, the quiver of the reading-lamp upon their hands, the white blur from the window; a pause of shifting and eternal shadows.
Alexey Alexandrovitch, you are not like yourself," said Oblonsky, after a brief pause.
In our times of bitter suffering there are almost always these pauses, when our consciousness is benumbed to everything but some trivial perception or sensation.