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One phase in which Mademoiselle Stangerson had really been attacked --the other phase in which those who heard her cries thought she was being attacked.
The other phase of the death-road was that of the habitual drunkards, who had a way of turning up their toes without apparent provocation.
It was only one phase of the multitudinous emotions which had assailed her.
It is the first short story I ever wrote and marks, in a manner of speaking, the end of my first phase, the Malayan phase with its special subject and its verbal suggestions.
Call it north-west or south-west, it is all one - a different phase of the same character, a changed expression on the same face.
I had recovered from my hysterical phase by this time and answered his hail, as he approached, bravely enough.
But the game had entered upon a new phase. The lust for power in the mere gambling and winning was metamorphosing into the lust for power in order to revenge.
An idle question that, as idle as to ask could mankind have prevented the decay that turned Assyria and Babylon to empty deserts or the slow decline and fall, the gradual social disorganisation, phase by phase, that closed the chapter of the Empire of the West!
Now, at the expiration of four years, during which public declarations have been constantly called forth on every point and phase of the great contest which still absorbs the attention and engrosses the energies of the nation, little that is new could be presented.
Their particular phase of doubt, of philosophic uncertainty, has been the secret of millions of good Christians, multitudes of worthy priests.
Yes, I am again in control of myself: "the captain of my soul." But that is not respite; it is another stage and phase of expiation.
The moon, by her comparative proximity, and the constantly varying appearances produced by her several phases, has always occupied a considerable share of the attention of the inhabitants of the earth.