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The prevision of a coming disappointment was impressing itself on their minds as well as on mine.
It is possible, however, that my favourable impression of him may have been greatly influenced and strengthened, firstly, by his impressing upon his hearers that the true observance of religion was not inconsistent with a cheerful deportment and an exact discharge of the duties of their station, which, indeed, it scrupulously required of them; and secondly, by his cautioning them not to set up any monopoly in Paradise and its mercies.
He had troubled himself so little as to the means of his release, that Clennam scarcely needed to have been at the pains of impressing the mind of Mr Plornish on that subject.
The remark is made, indeed, rather in his favour than otherwise, and with a view of impressing the reader with a just sense of his qualifications for office.
Tupman had arrived some five minutes before, and had frightened the old lady into palpitations of the heart by impressing her with the unalterable conviction that the kitchen chimney was on fire--a calamity which always presented itself in glowing colours to the old lady's mind, when anybody about her evinced the smallest agitation.
A BIRMINGHAM man dubbed 'the machine' has powered his way to awards success after impressing his peers at an energy specialist firm in the city.
We took on the challenge of impressing McKayla Maroney and we did it," said Regan Ebert, senior vice president of marketing for DPS.
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I have always had a big problem with impressing guys.
YOU'D think television presenter Steve Jones would have no trouble impressing women, having been linked to Pamela Anderson and Halle Berry.