absorbed in a sentence

  • But he was absorbed by his death -- _absorbed_ as though he would tear the secret of it from the body that looked suddenly so empty, and so meaningless.
  • Just over a year later the title absorbed Lady Penelope comic, by then simply known as Penelope, and it continued on until December 1973 when it was amalgamated into the magazine Pink.
  • Now I think the other part of what you are asking, though, is we do have a significant amount of what we call absorbed gas.
  • And as for unconsciously absorbing radical ideas, few seem to take seriously the accusation that McCain "absorbed" Communism from his time as POW in Vietnam ... and there was no doubt that McCain was there.
  • They are poorly absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract, and therefore are not expected to produce systemic effects. 2-6
  • A writer who keeps his reader absorbed is making it easy for the reader.
  • These occur when DEET is absorbed from the surface of the skin into the body.
  • It's not an alternative to "the pleasure of reading a story" in "absorbed enjoyment" but a supplement to such reading.
  • Dark skin absorbed the energy, which prevented the energy to reach the desired target.
  • The dense foliage and constant rain absorbed most of the power, and unless you took a hit in the eyes the most you might suffer is a nasty burn.
  • "The pressure increase can be explained if the average amount of sunlight reflected by the surface has decreased, which means that more heat is absorbed from the sun," he said.
  • And Zhukov had countered the contempt for the Poles and Finns which all Russians shared and which Stalin, a Georgian, had absorbed from the Russians by emphasizing the presence of the Germans, whose presence inspired as much awe and dread among Russians as that of the Poles and Finns inspired contempt.
  • DENVER (AP) - The 48 shots that Olaf Kolzig faced during the game didn't rattle him, but the one that Alexander Ovechkin absorbed just before the final horn did.
  • As if a person's most basic orientation toward the world, and the meaning of his experience were somehow just hard-wired, like height or shoe-size; or automatically absorbed from the culture, like language.
  • Readers will remain absorbed to the very end by this unforgettable and original story.
  • This prevents salt and water to be normally absorbed from the intestines.
  • I had absorbed from the thick walls of our ancient university, from formulas of Roman law learned by heart, from history and literature of old Poland, both of which surprise young Americans by their specific features: an indulgent anarchy, a humor disarming fierce quarrels, a sense of organic community, a mistrust of any centralized authority.
  • This favourable result may be dependent either on the restoration of the pancreatic enzymes, thus preventing the development of toxic substances, or because some hormone which withstands digestive action is absorbed from the ingested gland.
  • Count that day lost which passes without a portion of his word absorbed into your life.
  • The hospitality of this night ought to have soothed me, but the agony of hope, doubt, and fear I was in absorbed every other feeling, although I was so sensible of kindness.

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