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1. A reverent silence fell over the crowd.
2. They called him Uncle, their attitude reverent yet familiar.
3. Jacobs' tone becomes reverent when he speaks of Salzer.
4. Sprinkleroom, I whispered, with a reverent snort.
5. Long, reverent newspaper obituaries were produced.
6. He became reverent in a moment.
7. What little they spoke was in the specially reverent voice reserved by the middle classes for times of bereavement.
8. A prince is only given meaning by the reverent gaze of others.
9. Yet beneath their glowing and reverent portrayal, there seemed to lurk another Abu Kamal.
10. He was brave, reverent, and clean, though perhaps lacking in the trustworthiness department.
11. Whispered in reverent and regretful tones, the rumors had been floating for the past few weeks that her condition had worsened.
12. He gave reverent attention to the teacher.
13. The nurse treated the patients with almost reverent kindness.
14. At first a reverent hush. Then a murmuring.
15. I have never felt more reverent at a baptism.
16. Be reverent before each dawning day.
17. Now reverent silence reigns only after closing time.
18. A reverent hush descended on the multitude.
19. Then Yangzi's attitude is fairly reverent.
20. Every face expressed reverent and awe-stricken curiosity.
21. They all maintained a reverent silence.
22. Be reverent before each dawning day. Embrace each hour. Seize each golden minute.
23. If love is one belief then,[sentencedict.com] reverent person can be happy.
24. Reverent but prejudicial Ancestor Worship - one of China's immense Cemeteries, which seriously lessen her productive land area.
25. We are aware that these reunions are in some way historic; for a few seconds we are almost reverent.
26. Our goal is to find a third way, both reverent and free.
27. The hot and the cold. The left and the right. The reverent and the irreverent!
28. To assume the right to new values -- that is the most formidable assumption for a load-bearing and reverent spirit.
29. But Shuman "the Second Symphony" the scale is huge, has the filled with grief sigh and the reverent sorrowfulness .
30. Being fearful of the laws of the land, of authorities and having a reverent fear of God's justice is a good starting point to protect yourself against falling into the trap of crime.
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