(1) It ushered in an unquiet century of warfare, the bloodiest since the thirty years war which had destroyed central Europe three centuries earlier.(2) You come from unquiet country into rooms the marshes empty to at low tide. Region of seed kind.(3) So, our community honors our blessed ancestors; those people summon up the evil spirits of the unquiet dead.(4) He was a poet of the heart, of failure, of doubt, of ├ö├ç├┐the unquiet mind, the emptiness within,├ö├ç├û someone who revelled in rodent-like explorations of love.(5) The quiet precinct of the church - yard becomes an unquiet sea of death in which the sleep of the rude Forefathers, forever laid ├ö├ç├┐each in his narrow cell,├ö├ç├û seems vexed by a restlessness that will severely tax the poet's resources.(6) Missives from Fox's unquiet mind, as she struggles to meet the intelligentsia's high standards for motherhood.(7) Journals are deeper wells whose waters feed the unquiet foreboding of our souls.(8) The darkening sky cast the dead stone landscape into nightmare shadows like an unquiet cemetery.(9) It is quite simple: the region remains sufficiently unquiet for Nato to commit large ground forces and if Albright's hot spring turns into a torrid summer, then large numbers of them will find themselves in action, some never to return.(10) These are in fact unquiet borderlands and are witness to cross-border insurgency, gun-running, narcotics and AIDS, smuggling, money laundering, trafficking in women and illicit immigration.(11) One thing, however, is certain: Witney, a quiet Oxfordshire town that has passed through many unquiet times, will continue to thrive for a long time to come.(12) And then one night in New Orleans, he wanders, musing and unquiet , into Storeyville and hears Jazz.(13) For a Tony Blair tormented by the unquiet ghosts of the conflict, this threatens to be a war without end.(14) These are unquiet presences, artefacts that assume the nature of living things.(15) Portofino, or Port of Dolphins as it was called by Pliny, has attracted tourists since long before de Maupassant sailed into its cupped harbour to ├ö├ç├┐find peace for his unquiet spirit├ö├ç├û.(16) Bring 'em back, say I, back from their unquiet graves.