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  • Isaac looked a little blank at this annunciation.†   (source)
  • This annunciation excited great commotion among the different sectaries.†   (source)
  • Come, work now, 'tis the Feast of the Annunciation.†   (source)
  • Another silence succeeded this annunciation of the character Duncan had assumed.†   (source)
  • His figured panoply of death looked more like a disguise assumed in mockery than a fierce annunciation of a desire to carry destruction in his footsteps.†   (source)
  • Where the sequence failed, as in the Annunciation, the Curator supplied it from his mound of books—French and German, with photographs and reproductions.†   (source)
  • It chanced that, in the year of grace 1482, Annunciation Day fell on Tuesday, the twenty-fifth of March.†   (source)
  • For the satisfaction of the reader, we stop to say that it is the twenty-first day of March, nearly three years after the annunciation of the Christ at Bethabara.†   (source)
  • But this indication of his taste for good cheer, joined to the annunciation of his being a follower of the Court, who had lost himself at the great hunting-match, cannot induce the niggard Hermit to produce better fare than bread and cheese, for which his guest showed little appetite; and "thin drink," which was even less acceptable.†   (source)
  • Accordingly, this alarming annunciation was received, as Magua intended, with manifest disapprobation, if not with alarm.†   (source)
  • At this sudden and unexpected annunciation, a low, fierce yell ran through the multitude, that might not inaptly be compared to the growl of the lion, as his choler is first awakened—a fearful omen of the weight of his future anger.†   (source)
  • As this simple and yet terrible annunciation stole on the ears of the multitude, a stillness as deep and awful succeeded as if the venerated spirit they worshiped had uttered the words without the aid of human organs; and even the inanimate Uncas appeared a being of life, compared with the humbled and submissive throng by whom he was surrounded.†   (source)
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