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He shot her a suspicious glance which she met imperviously.
The bodies of the other two jolted imperviously up and down when he jumped.
Baxter and Vale simply gazed back imperviously, which was when he decided to answer.
He places the coals carefully, his hand passing slowly and imperviously through the flame.
Smash could wade through them imperviously, for his skin was so tough he hardly felt the few thorns they dared to stick him with.
The Englishman was maddening: imperviously condescending.
But George Thompson, 44, an English tourist, walked imperviously through Times Square yesterday.
"Time has no measure under Melenkurion Skyweir," the youth replied imperviously.
Among those frail sparks, four bright yellow dots had been cruising imperviously, speeding to assist some of the beleaguered mechanicals.
Overwhelmed by the devastating revelation, she sank to the floor, crying jerkily while Lucenzo watched imperviously, not moving a single muscle.
Although he had raised heat enough to sear solid stone to vapour, the ice imprisoning Anskiere remained imperviously shrouded in fog.
He groped mentally toward the insubstantial stuff floating before his closed eyes, but it boiled imperviously, stubbornly refusing to coalesce into the characteristic gray of the Channel.
EMSIAC was clattering away imperviously, Helder was snoring hideously.
Shiftit, Liftit and their extended family took position around these roadblocks, eagerly grasping the opportunity to play to their undoubted strengths: viz, looking imperviously stern and telling people to go away.
Halfway to a Grand Slam, coasting imperviously along on a 25-match winning streak, and invincible in the last 15 Grand Slam confrontations, the Courier victory machine inexplicably broke down this afternoon on Wimbledon's center court.
The floor was beaten earth, damped and trodden and glazed by the fire until it was flat and imperviously smooth, except at the doorway where the hens had scraped a dust bowl and lay in it on occasion, basking in the heat.
American trappers affiliated with William H. Ashley and led by Johnson Gardner and Peter Skene Ogden of the rival Hudson's Bay Company, a British outfit, met imperviously at Mountain Green on the Weber River.