Haldin, with her immobility of feature and kindly expression of the eyes, uttered from her armchair in her uncertain French, "
She was sitting up in bed, and her immobility, her silence, were very alarming.
Haldin's terrible immobility, inhabited by that fixed idea.
I was surprised to see our hostess shake her head negatively the least bit, for indeed by her pose, by the thoughtful immobility
of her face she seemed to be a thousand miles away from us all, lost in an infinite reverie.
For sometime already Mr Verloc's immobility
by the side of the arm- chair resembled a state of collapsed coma - a sort of passive insensibility interrupted by slight convulsive starts, such as may be observed in the domestic dog having a nightmare on the hearthrug.
But what riveted the girl's attention even more than the fabulous treasure of decorations were the files of gorgeously harnessed warriors who sat their thoats in grim silence and immobility
on either side of the central aisle, rank after rank of them to the farther walls, and as the party passed between them she could not note so much as the flicker of an eyelid, or the twitching of a thoat's ear.
She was tall, dark, severe, with something Indian-like in the rigid immobility
of her face.
The memories which made this resource utterly hopeless were a new current that shook Dorothea out of her pallid immobility
Wingrave sat with all the outward immobility
of a Sphinx.
of her face was indeed a marvellous thing.
Markazi's photographs provide insight into Peutz's research on forced migration, displacement and immobility
, identity and heritage - themes perfectly showcased by Benchallal's documentary work.
Variables measured in this test are: the total distance crossed, the immobility
time, the number of entries into the central part and the number of adjustments.