LUCAS: Realities of age, work dull ardor of would-be farmer Much of literature seems to suggest that age or, more accurately, old age creeps up on one slowly, the years adding their weight as imperceptibly as that extra inch or two that accumulates around the waistline.
June 10, 2013 - Evansville Courier & Press
Pope Benedict XVI in Monsters and Critics.com It is good that you are throwing light on Harry Potter, because these are subtle seductions that work imperceptibly, and because of that deeply, and erode Christianity in the soul before it can even grow properly,Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger said.
Marsha Blackburn in FOXNews This is the way rationing, which my colleagues and I have warned about, will begin to enter the market place -- slowly, imperceptibly and lethally,Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn said in an e-mail to FoxNews.com.
Nicolaus Copernicus in Gold Seek Nations are not ruined by one act of violence, but quite often, gradually, and almost imperceptibly, by the depreciation of their currency, through excessive quantity,said Nicolas Copernicus, in 1525.