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use "tranquil" in a sentence

The change from the slower, more tranquil order of the old Germany was very sudden, and many, especially the nobility, resented being displaced by the new rich.

Angus sabotages the fusion reactors and destroys Billingate - meanwhile, one Amnion defensive, Tranquil Hegemony, is rammed and destroyed
Babaji replies that genuine bhava samadhi is the culmination of many years of devotional practice.

Gregory Jeffries from Allmusic stated the album might have been in the nominated albums of dance music in 1997 but not in 2006, as the album has guitars with disco sounds that might be only appealing to trance addicts.

While returning home, his body started shaking and shivering as if in a trance known as ‘Avesha' meaning Goddess entering a human body and speaking through him.

The effect of some trance music has been likened to the trance-inducing music created by ancient shamanists during long periods of drumming.

The problem presented by Franz Anton Mesmer, who died in 1815 (within Poe's lifetime), was that he had the right facts (the trance and the curious phenomena resulting from it) but the wrong theory.

During the ritual Amparo falls into a trance herself, an experience she finds deeply disturbing and embarrassing.

He was able to put Natsuki into a trance that made her believe that her purpose as the last of the Lemurians was to bring destruction to the future humanity.

trance is also very popular in Israel, with psychedelic trance producers such as Infected Mushroom and Yahel Sherman achieving world wide fame.

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