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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «AGONISED» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about agonised
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «AGONISED»
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The Essential Santayana: Selected Writings
philosophically, perfect Calvinists. Calvinism, taken in this sense, is an
expression of the agonised conscience. It is a view of the world which an
agonised conscience readily embraces, if it takes itself seriously, as, being
agonised, of course it ...
George Santayana, Martin A. Coleman, Santayana Edition, 2009
H-Trauma: The General Theory of Evil: The General Theory of Evil
The Spike who agonised over the wreck of his marriage was one person. The
Spike responsible for that wreck was quite another. After June's telegram
announcing her decision to leave him, he plunged into Spike-the-piteousvictim
allan plaskett, 2007
The Hollow Drum: Scotland Since the War
CHAPTER. TWO. Agonised. deference. IN FEWCITIESOF EUROPEcan the
question 'Which school did you go to?' have as much importance as it carries in
Edinburgh. In Glasgow,itwasoften askedofapplicants for jobs to determine their ...
Arnold Kemp, 2013
And despite my father's example I still agonised over my principles, and Ziegler's
Property Management, and the five hundred redundancies. Yes. I agonised and I
drove Annemarie mad. For her nothing that happened in an office could have ...
Howard Colyer, 2009
Phantasms of the Living
If he did not, we must suppose some idea of his distress to have been objectified
by the percipient in the " agonised tone." The account is from Mr. Lister Ives,
master at the Grammar School, Stockport. " 1883. (272) " About midday of the
Edmund Gurney, Frederic W. H. Myers, Frank Podmore, 2011
His Unsuitable Viscountess
'Mr Swaddle!' she shouted. 'The crucible!' Mr Swaddle paid no heed and started
to pour the molten liquid into the ingot mould. The metal bubbled through the
ever-growing crack, hitting Mr Swaddle's wrist. His agonised scream echoed
Michelle Styles, 2012
Still Me: Twelve Women Talk about Ageing
weeks, so it's silly to think that. It may be part of taking retirement, and I might
grow out of thinking like that. The retirement was a bit of an early retirement,
because I was fifty-eight, although I really agonised about the decision to leave
Tina Koch, Merilyn Annells, Marina Brown, 1999
Influenza and Its Homoeopathic Treatment
In one word there is "Agonised Tossing About" It is better to call Aconite patient
as 'Agonised.' Headache is ameliorated by copious urination, like GeiS., Sil.. and
Verat (but note that all other remedies lack the Agonised tossing about) ...
V. R. Bhatia, 2004
Gender, Race and National Identity: Nations of Flesh and Blood
“ENDLESS. AND. AGONISED. NAVEL. GAZING. ABOUT. WHO. WE. ARE”. Prime
Minister John Howard,inhis 1996Sir RobertMenzies Lecture, castigated
theleftwing intelligentsia fordistorting Australian history by dwelling exclusivelyon
Jackie Hogan, 2011
Analysing Professional Genres
An. agonised. aunt. Appendix 6a+6b 6a America sticks the knife into the Duchess
. Q« CAN you help me? I am an elderly widow who recently passed away. Over
Ihe years I gave advice to millions of people on how to live their lives. I know ...
Anna Trosborg, 2000
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «AGONISED»
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From the archive, 6 July 1935: Chasing a tan in the New Bronze Age
... he can follow his fancy with more assurance of turning his back into a brown study and less fear of agonised emergence as a redskin. «The Guardian, Jul 15»
Copa America Final 2015: Player Grades and Reaction from Chile's …
Meanwhile, Mascherano, who lost in the 2014 FIFA World Cup final against Germany, described another high-profile defeat in agonised, ... «Bleacher Report, Jul 15»
The time when the government tried to feed everybody
In 1917, ministers in Lloyd George's government had agonised over the best way of combating hunger while Germany's U-boats disrupted ... «BBC News, Jul 15»
Colouring books for adults are in.
For two entire days I sweated over the choice of colours, agonised about whether to incorporate metallic tones and struggled about taking a ... «Stuff.co.nz, Jul 15»
Why the Church of England faces a dilemma as it comes under …
That puts Justin Welby in an agonised place, believing that to support gay marriage now would be to force a break from African believers at a ... «The Independent, Jul 15»
Business people are the new trade unions - unelected but …
... used to resemble an exceptionally badly choreographed pantomime horse in which Michael Gove agonised over teenagers' reluctance to ... «The Independent, Jul 15»
Harriet Harman shows how it's done as the Labour Party thrives in a …
You get the sense that Miliband would have agonised about who to stand with and what to drink; Harman just looked like she was enjoying ... «The Independent, Jul 15»
Foreign Office 'did not stop Iraq making chemical weapons'
The secret file, entitled Chemical Weapon Manufacture in Iraq, records how officials agonised over whether to intervene. It is released to the ... «Iraq Oil Report, Jul 15»
Theatre review: The Lady In The Van, Pitlochry
... Bennett leads us on a fascinating, pensive exploration of the age when he saw his neighbours morph from hippies into Tories, agonised ever ... «Scotsman, Jul 15»
Senator Ricky Muir's new-found confidence
Unsurprisingly, he opposed the petrol tax rise, but he has also agonised over the plight of asylum seekers, spoken of his own “soul-destroying” ... «The Saturday Paper, Jul 15»
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