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chills Quotes

Three of the best book quotes about chills
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“The natural appeal of this authoritative imagery is to me, at first, very small. At first sight it chills, rather than awakes, my desire. And that is just what I ought to expect. If Christianity could tell me no more of the far-off land than my own temperament led me to surmise already, then Christianity would be no higher than myself.”
C. S. Lewis
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The Weight of Glory
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Christianity
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own temperament
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“The cold chill of fear ran up Miyax’s spine – the wolves would soon depart! Then what would she do? […] Her hands trembled and she pressed them together to make them stop, for Kapugen had taught her that fear can so cripple a person that he cannot think or act. Already she was too scared to crawl.”
Julie Edwards Miyax Kapugen
Kapugen
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“The cat from Brazil caught a very bad chill.”

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