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Kate did her best to preserve some tattered fragments of the amenities.

The PrecipiceElia Wilkinson Peattie

But we will reserve these amenities for a later time, and will consider the females first.

Oratory and theory cannot replace practical politics and justice, but we miss the amenities.

To them the Americans seemed to lack a proper knowledge of the amenities of life.

Of him I will venture to say that he was the legislator of life's amenities; of his other merits it is needless to speak.

The journey was not long, only long enough to enjoy the amenities of luxurious travelling.

Married LifeMay Edginton

However, its picturesque watering-places and well-built residential suburbs extend the amenities of Lima over a wider zone.

Even then the small town of St. John's was not without pretension to the amenities of social life.

The Story of NewfoundlandFrederick Edwin Smith, Earl of Birkenhead

But this Act has done more to preserve the amenities of the countryside than any other of this generation.

These amenities were suddenly arrested by a succession of sharp sounds in the air which he knew too well.

Wang the NinthPutnam Weale

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