abyss of time in a sentence

"abyss of time" in Chinese  
  1. Underneath the dorm is the Abyss of Time, the cause of the time skip.
  2. This follows-up my very recent queery " Please define " abyss of time ".
  3. As Playfair later recalled, " The mind seemed to grow giddy by looking so far back into the abyss of time ".
  4. We can't see which heavy weights are crushing us in the centre of the roads, in the abyss of time.
  5. However, after being set free from the Abyss of Time, Aigis changes her mind, deciding to continue to attend school, something she had chosen not to do earlier.
  6. It's difficult to find abyss of time in a sentence.
  7. McCrum tells us that he " read this through a veil of tears with a shock of recognition, as if spoken to across a vast abyss of time and history ."
  8. The Year s research themes are : Groundwater : reservoir for a thirsty planet ?; core; Ocean : abyss of time; Soil : Earth s living skin; Earth and Life : origins of diversity.
  9. He reasoned that the Lilliputians are merely diminutive humans, whereas the Morlocks and Eloi are significantly different from us, and'live far away in an abyss of time so deep as to work an enchantment '.
  10. In 2008 their last two albums " The Coming of Chaos " and " Thy Black Destiny " were reissued in a compilation titled " Abyss of Time " on Century Media Records.
  11. After debating on what to do now, they discover a third, new door in the Abyss of Time, which the group uses ( without the Final Key ) to travel to the moment the Protagonist sealed Nyx from the world.
  12. The love romance hides the story of matter, historical events describe the abyss of time, and " the third argument " is the decisive one, not only for the fate of Europe, but the Humankind and civilization as well.
  13. Playfair later recalled that " the mind seemed to grow giddy by looking so far into the abyss of time ", and Hutton concluded a 1788 paper he presented at the Royal Society of Edinburgh, later rewritten as a book, with the phrase " we find no vestige of a beginning, no prospect of an end ".
  14. It is a strange something that derives its existence from the hinterlands of man s mind that suggests the abyss of time separating us from pre-human ages, or evokes a superhuman world of contrasting light and darkness . " Jung s model would classify all serious imaginative literature, including the classics like Homer, Virgil, and Beowulf, as Visionary Fiction.
  15. :" On us who saw these phenomenon for the first time the impression will not easily be forgotten . . . We felt necessarily carried back to a time when the schistus on which we stood was yet at the bottom of the sea, and when the sandstone before us was only beginning to be deposited, in the shape of sand or mud, from the waters of the supercontinent ocean . . . The mind seemed to grow giddy by looking so far back into the abyss of time; and whilst we listened with earnestness and admiration to the philosopher who was now unfolding to us the order and series of these wonderful events, we became sensible how much further reason may sometimes go than imagination may venture to follow . " John Playfair ( 1805 ) Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, vol.

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