very close contact

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  • Baron Stockmar was another of the interesting personalities who came into very close contact with the Queen in her early years. Cited from Letters of Queen Victoria, Volume 1 (of 3), 1837-1843, Queen Victoria
  • They are called the Bridesgrooms of the Goddess, and seem to keep very close contact with the Goddess.
  • The Reparation Commission will come into very close contact with the problems of Europe; and it will bear a responsibility proportionate to its powers. Cited from The Economic Consequences of the Peace, by John Maynard Keynes
  • It so happens that both a brother and a sister of mine, the late Duchess of Buccleuch, were brought into very close contact with Queen Victoria. Cited from The Days Before Yesterday, Lord Frederic Hamilton
  • They, indeed, had belonged to another race -- a race sprung from the soil and content to spend the whole of life in very close contact and very homely intercourse with their mother earth. Cited from Robert Elsmere, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • A lavish badge like the jewel would only have been worn by the person whose device was represented, members of his family or important supporters, and possibly servants who were in regular very close contact with him.
  • The Allied civil affairs planners maintained very close contact with the Norwegian Government in exile which was based in London as well as Milorg.
  • And, what is perhaps a greater privilege, you will find that all who are brought into very close contact with you will be beneficially influenced, or the reverse, exactly as you choose to exert your power. Cited from A Romance Of Two Worlds, by Marie Corelli
  • But curious to tell, in that very strait of theirs, perched together in that airy top, their domestic differences again broke forth; most probably, from their being suddenly forced into such very close contact. Cited from Mardi: and A Voyage Thither, Vol. I (of 2), by Herman Melville
  • The ambassadors are in very close contact with the Rangers and Commander Walsh at all times, and are friends of the Foxx family.
  • It allows the blood of the foetus to come into very close contact with that of the mother, from which it receives a supply of oxygen, and to which it gives up carbonic acid. Cited from People's Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English, by R.V. Pierce
  • In all known structures of the polyhalogen anion salts, the anions make very close contact, via halogen bridges, with the counter-cations.
  • His son had for some time been a trader in the colonies, but besides that, the West of Scotland had very close contact with them, as Glasgow merchant ships had several weeks' advantage over other ships in the transatlantic trade.
  • There is however some evidence that very close contact from a solid body, such as a curved fragment of glass, produces curvature: and this may conceivably be the explanation of the effect of gold-beaters skin covered with shellac. Cited from Darwin and Modern Science, by A.C. Seward
  • Sir Mervyn King, Governor of the Bank of England, called for a full investigation by the Financial Services Authority and told the Treasury Select Committee that he had been in very close contact with senior RBS staff over the weekend.
  • When, for instance, in the hour of temptation, I discern God's calm and holy eye bent upon me, and I wither beneath it, and resist the enticement because I fear to disobey, I am brought by this chapter in my experience into very close contact with my Maker. Cited from Sermons to the Natural Man, by William G.T. Shedd
  • It is true there is no placenta, but the mouths of the embryos are in very close contact with the teats, and both the skin of the embryos and that of the pouch are soft and moist. Cited from Hormones and Heredity, by J. T. Cunningham
  • The Mortas-te-Kaase organisation was also in very close contact with linguist Marc Okrand, who was also an active member of MTK and would often release exclusive additional words and phrases through the regular publications of the organisation via their newsletter "veS QonoS".