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The roofing of the abbey and the bridging of the strait were the two things that the parish was really interested in.
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No bridging, no descending; her attitude was that of perfect equality.
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Above Venters loomed a wonderful arch of stone bridging the canyon rims, and through the enormous round portal gleamed and glistened a beautiful valley shining under sunset gold reflected by surrounding cliffs.
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On the calm water several canoes moored to a heavy stake were crowded together, nearly bridging the ditch just at the place where Taminah stood.
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Strange to say, there is the exception of high-flung trellis-viaducts bridging the chasm of mountain canyons.
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This looked very much like porpoises or dolphins jumping in a heaving sea; only that in my memory picture the real dolphins always jump in the opposite direction, against the run of the waves, bridging the trough.
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His strong business foresight detected the coming change for the better in the business world, and with him it was only a question of bridging over the intervening gulf.
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Wherefore I looked about me; saw the fly and, underneath, the pine boughs spread for the sleeping furs; saw the grub sacks, the camera, the frosty breaths of the dogs circling on the edge of the light; and, above, a great streamer of the aurora, bridging the zenith from south-east to north-west.
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His thoughts were bridging over the years and once more Angela was beside him.
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There was no bridging the gulf.
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All day long the train pulled its length across across the state of Pennsylvania, climbing mountains and bridging streams and piercing tunnels.
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Swiftly, strangely, the world was bridging itself for them.
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It is in the right against a materialism which still lacks insight into the essential distinction between mind and matter, thought and extension, consciousness and motion; it loses its validity when, with a full consideration and conservation of the distinction between these two spheres, we succeed in bridging over the gulf between them, whether this is accomplished through a philosophy of identity, like that of Spinoza and Schelling, or by an idealism, like that of Leibnitz or Fichte.
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When, a few years later, Fichte's Science of Knowledge brilliantly succeeded in bridging the gap between sense and understanding by means of a first principle, thus accomplishing what Reinhold had attempted, the latter became one of his adherents, only to attach himself subsequently to Jacobi, and then to Bardili (_Outlines of Logic_, 1800), and to end with a verbal philosophy lacking both in influence and permanence.
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Bridging Differences 150 Parochial Schools 153 IX.
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And it may further be suggested that the extreme aloofness and inhumanity, which is logically necessary in the idea of a Creator God, of an Infinite God, was the reason, so to speak, for the invention of a Holy Spirit, as something proceeding from him, as something bridging the great gulf, a Comforter, a mediator descending into the sphere of the human understanding.
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For Hare the realities were the baked clay flats, where Silvermane broke through at every step; the beds of alkali, which sent aloft clouds of powdered dust; the deep gullies full of round bowlders; thickets of mesquite and prickly thorn which tore at his legs; the weary detour to head the canyons; the climb to get between two bridging mesas; and always the haunting presence of the sad-eyed dog.
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Four bridges had to be built across bayous, two of them each over six hundred feet long, making about two thousand feet of bridging in all.
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Its powers in bridging the grave have been tried.
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We devoted the forenoon to bridging this stream, but during the afternoon a small bunch of sheep was sighted low down on the mountains, and I started with Hunter to see if it contained any good rams.
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Examples of Bridging

Example #1
He tried when he was in Kilronan to obtain the Archbishop's consent and collaboration; Moran was trying now: he did not know that he was succeeding any better; and Father Oliver reflected a while on the peculiar temperament of their diocesan, and jumping down from the rock on which he had been sitting, he wandered along the sunny shore, thinking of the many letters he had addressed to the Board of Works on the subject of the bridge.
Example #2
The Board believed, or pretended to believe, that the parish could not afford the bridge; as well might it be urged that a cripple could not afford crutches.
Example #3
She stood tranquilly on the ground of their common womanhood.
Example #4
Whatever gulf there might exist, she recognized it not.
Example #5
He gave a start of surprise.
Example #6
But light shone ahead; another abrupt turn brought day again, and then wide open space.