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im per sep tib lee

  • r  in an imperceptible manner or to an imperceptible degree
    the power of the Secretary of State in London increased gradually but imperceptibly

  • Michael and I loved each other, but slowly--almost imperceptibly at first--we began to realize we were no longer in love.
  • A couple of drinks, a quiet dinner, brandy and cigars before the inn fireand imperceptibly, from behind the urbanity and wit emerge the true facts of a marriage in shambles or .
  • Almost imperceptibly, workers are starting to win concessions.

  • Pope Benedict XVI in Monsters and
    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
  • 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.

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