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" All that he says is supposed to be the declaration of the god, and he accordingly speaks in the first person as if he were the god. All this is done generally without any apparent inward emotion or outward agitation; but on some occasions his countenance... "
An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands in the South Pacific Ocean ... - Side 107
af William Mariner - 1817
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The Eclectic Review, Bind 8;Bind 26

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - 1817
...is a very sober business ; but in some instances it is a tolerable imitation of the Delphic st)le. 1 His countenance becomes fierce, and, as it were, inflamed,...from his eyes, his breast heaves with great emotion, anil his utterance is choked. These symptoms gradually subside. Before this paroxysm comes on, and...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany ..., Bind 3

1817
...without any apparent inward emotion or outward agitation ; but »ometimes'his countenance becomes floree, and as it were, inflamed, and his whole frame agitated with inward feeling ; he is seb.ed with universal treiabling ; the perspira* tion breaks out on his forehead, and his lips, turning...
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An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands, in the South Pacific ..., Bind 1

William Mariner - 1827 - 2 sider
...is done generally without any apparent inward emotion or outward agitation ; but on some occasions his countenance becomes fierce, and, as it were, inflamed,...out on his forehead, and his lips, turning black, *re convulsed ; at length, tears start in floods from his eyes, his breast heaves with great emotion,...
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The Nineteenth Century, Bind 19

1886
...is done generally without any apparent inward emotion or outward agitation ; but, on some occasions, his countenance becomes fierce, and as it were inflamed,...turning black are convulsed ; at length tears start in Hoods from his eyes, his breast heaves with great emotion, and his utterance is choked. These symptoms...
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Science and Hebrew Tradition

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1898 - 372 sider
...is done generally without any apparent inward emotion or outward agitation ; but, on some occasions, his countenance becomes fierce, and as it were inflamed, and his whole frame ngitated with inward feeling ; he is seized with an universal trembling, the perspiration breaks out...
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Shamanism, History, and the State

Nicholas Thomas, Caroline Humphrey - 1996 - 232 sider
...this is done generally without any apparent inward emotion or outward agitation; but on some occasions his countenance becomes fierce, and, as it were, inflamed,...frame agitated with inward feeling. He is seized with a universal trembling; the perspiration breaks out on his forehead, and his lips, turning black, are...
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Spirits in Culture, History, and Mind

Jeannette Marie Mageo, Alan Howard - 1996 - 282 sider
...this is done generally without any apparent inward emotion or outward agitation; but on some occasions his countenance becomes fierce, and as it were, inflamed...frame agitated with inward feeling. He is seized with universal trembling, the perspiration breaks out on his forehead and his lips, turning black, are convulsed;...
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Early Sociology of Religion

Turner B S Staff - 2004 - 368 sider
...is done generally without any apparent inward emotion or outward agitation ; but on some occasions his countenance becomes fierce, and, as it were, inflamed,...frame agitated with inward feeling ; he is seized with a universal trembling; the perspiration breaks out on his forehead, and his lips, turning black, are...
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The Nineteenth Century, Bind 19

1886
...la done generally without uiy apparent inward emotion or outward agitation ; but, on some occasions, his countenance becomes fierce, and as it were inflamed, and his whole frame agitated witb inward feeling ; he is seized with an universal trembling, the perspiration breaks out on his...
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