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But he is a famous film actor who feeds a popular yearning for heroes, even fictional ones.
But it brings you the yearning to know about it, right.
The acclaimed novelist probes our yearning for a fixed address.
Both minimal and magical, it fused the urban art-school ideas of his generation with a romantic yearning to be at one with nature.
Full of yearning and lament, the tango is perfect therapy for a nation still stinging from economic loss.
Everyone eyes it with thinly-veiled yearning but no one quite dares to be the first to take it or to inquire as to its fate.
Blogs and news sites across the web host message boards yearning for your commentary.
But in the event, the robot's religious yearning to keep the power flowing means that no harm is done.
They must represent a yearning for simplicity in difficult times.
The public has been yearning for some political stability-particularly in a time of crisis.
Ive been following s blog for months and have been yearning to blog.
And therefore it probably couldn't satisfy the full market yearning for this cheap machine.
The rhythm of the academic year is always full of yearning for the time that isn't.
The film follows art stalkers yearning to acquire a maharajah's hidden collection of miniatures.
Human history is rife with the yearning for life everlasting.
The potential is there, and so is the human yearning for the next frontier.
They are hungry for prosthetics and yearning for time travel.
If you're an amateur musician yearning to play with a chamber group, there are several ways to get started.
Yearning for abundance alternates with the idea that real paradise is swapping earthly pleasure for something better.
And you are here because you too know that yearning.
Then the air was filled with yearning and eventual joy.
Their view of its defining features: an intense daily yearning and preoccupation with the deceased.
The detainees are in limbo, and the soldiers are too-serving their time but yearning to get back to their lives.
What begins as romantic yearning later drives him to stalking, violence, and attempted suicide.
To space enthusiasts yearning to break free from our terrestrial chains, this situation borders on the tragic.
Financial fraud is the crime of choice for arrivistes, insecure dreamers with a yearning eye for high society.
Now, many researchers say the dominant emotion experienced after loss is yearning or searching.
Writer describes her depressions and her yearning for suicide.
The magazine's loyal readers had not lost their yearning for exciting, sophisticated meals.
There are knives and empty boys and yearning unties.
Still yearning for the truth, hath sought the light of day.
The yearning felt in darkness is converted into the fear of darkness.
The world she summons is a piercingly beautiful combination of yearning and disappointment, violence and endurance.
Most important of all, there is a growing understanding of what war may mean, and a deep yearning among all peoples for peace.
Curiosity becomes yearning, and yearning becomes obsession.
All the best ballads are about longing after the unattainable, or yearning for something that once was but was never meant to be.
Humanity, some will argue, is driven by a yearning to boldly go to places far beyond its crowded corner of the universe.
These bespeak a national yearning for perfection, bodily and otherwise.
All this yearning for a new generation of decisive leaders is, however, missing the real point.
The salt tang of the ocean is in the blood, with a yearning to roam the world unfettered by continental sloth and red tape.
When warm weather comes around, some people instantly start yearning for a refreshing dip in the pool.
Yet, years later, it is these warm memories that cause laughter and a yearning to recreate those trips.
Frost had an insatiable yearning for crowds, circles of listeners, single listeners-and even for solitude.
We prefer the hardship of realizing citizenship in this city to the convenience of merely yearning for it.
Its multiple, conflicting desires threaten to frustrate the yearning for coherence.
The yearning for freedom cannot be contained by walls for long.
Follow the path of past inhabitants of this landscape along silent volcanic boulders yearning to speak to those willing to listen.
It is an affront to all people who are yearning to live in a society free from violence with respect for basic human rights.
We must utilize the talents of all students and staff to promote a yearning for learning.
Your story serves as an inspiration to people around the world yearning to be free.
To me, they're indicative of some kind of yearning to make oneself unique and to make a statement.
But popular yearning for good governance could easily fill the streets again.
But yearning for our past, real or imagined, will not bring it back.

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