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They would seem meaningless to most of my fellow men, I believe; to me they are absorbingly interesting reading when once in a great while I pick an older record up and glance it over.
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Closely connected with the "one authority" argument is the old contention, so often resorted to and relied upon, that women, if they are permitted to vote, will neglect the home, and that, if the professions are opened to them, they will find these too absorbingly attractive.
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But they soon become absorbingly interesting and then delightful.
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It was really absorbingly interesting work.
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The contents seemed not absorbingly interesting; he more than once laid it across his knee, folded his arms, and gazed into the fire; he occasionally turned his head towards the window; he looked at intervals at his watch; in short, his mind appeared preoccupied.
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He had all this so absorbingly in mind that he started presently with the fear that she had said something and he had not answered, but when he asked her he found that she had not spoken.
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They watched the incantations absorbingly, and looked at me with a "There, now, what can you say to that?" air, when the announcement came: "The king is weary with the chase, and lieth in his palace these two hours sleeping a dreamless sleep.
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For some weeks, when she had risen slowly from the nightmare that the first period of her illness had been, she hated Aunt Anne, hated her fiercely, absorbingly, desperately.
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In short, to William, at the moment, there seemed no place quite so absorbingly interesting as was Hampden Falls.
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There are offices which are the ears and eyes of activities absorbingly and even romantically human.
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I loved her, and I went on loving her, most absorbingly, entirely, and completely.
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As soon as he had made up his mind to study for the ministry, he had begun to read his Bible absorbingly, sweeping through that primitive dawn of life among the Hebrews and that second, brilliant one of the Christian era.
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You are easily the master of all our historians on questions relating to the social condition of the latter part of the nineteenth century, to us one of the most absorbingly interesting periods of history: and whenever in due time you have sufficiently familiarized yourself with our institutions, and are willing to teach us something concerning those of your day, you will find an historical lectureship in one of our colleges awaiting you.
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It was absorbingly interesting; his quaint, unhurried fashion of speech, the unconscious movement of his hands, the play of his features as his fancies and phrases passed in mental review and were accepted or waved aside.
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But if I ever fall in love I dare say I shall do it so madly and absorbingly as to become, in a measure and for a season, forgetful of everything and everybody else.
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Just as her line of thought would often lie absorbingly in some one direction for quite a period of time, so her fun ran "in streaks," as she would have been likely to express it.
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I was eager to see how much Berlin had changed, for I knew it at various stages of the war, but I cannot honestly say that the changes which I detected later, and which I shall deal with in subsequent chapters of this book-changes which are absorbingly interesting to study on the spot and vitally important in the progress and outcome of the war-were very apparent then.
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At the end of an absorbingly interesting reel showing the Kaiser reviewing his troops, a huge green trade-mark globe revolved with a streamer fluttering _Berlin_.
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For you have already perceived that there was one being to whom the Countess was absorbingly devoted, and to whose desires she made everything else subservient-namely, Caroline Czerlaski, _nee_ Bridmain.
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One day it was a paper by a Servian countess on the social life of the Servians, absorbingly interesting both in itself and because it was a countess who read it; and this was followed by the singing of an Icelandic tenor and a Swedish soprano, and a recital on the violin by a slight, red-haired, middle-aged woman from London.
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Examples of Absorbingly

Example #1
You, for whom above all I am setting these things down, will find them among my papers one day.
Example #2
Now slowly, slowly another fact came home to me.
Example #3
Much weight should, however, be given to the great power of the domestic instinct implanted in the nature of woman.
Example #4
Wherever women vote, these questions are to the fore.
Example #5
The strange-looking, puzzling garments, [Footnote: Fig 91 wears only one garment the Ionic chiton, a long; linen shift, girded at the waist and pulled up so as to fall over conceal the girdle.
Example #6
Some of them are indeed odd; Fig. 91 reproduces one which is especially so.