he felt sick with apprehension
She deprives language of its mimetic function, confining it to the site of its utterance and apprehension rather than using it as a tool to comprehend the world.
they acted with intent to prevent lawful apprehension
A warrant of arrest issued for the accused's apprehension .
Now, we say, your Honour, against us there is a frozen case based on the circumstances at apprehension .
The former is an immanent unity consisting of sensations and the perceptual apprehension .
Section 18 requires an intention to do grievous bodily harm or an intent to resist or prevent the lawful apprehension or detainer or any person.
It is a kind of gnosis, or direct apprehension of truth, which deepens over time and eventually reaches full maturity in the complete awakening experienced by the Buddha.
His testimony takes various forms: an interview with a journalist in South America before his apprehension ; memoirs and evidence at his trial.
He hadn't seen any recognition or apprehension in her lovely eyes, but still, there had been something there…