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These remarks, as will appear in the sequel, are apposite to the parties which I am about to introduce to the reader.
NEWTON FORSTERCAPTAIN FREDERICK MARRYAT
This, from him, so unexpectedly apposite, had the effect upon her of a Providential interposition.
This prophecy was strengthened by apposite quotations showing the existing drift of opinion in the United States.
THE CANADIAN DOMINIONOSCAR D. SKELTON
Yet that it was eminently apposite is evident from the whole course of the subsequent discussions.
THE WAR UPON RELIGIONREV. FRANCIS A. CUNNINGHAM
To borrow an apposite expression from M. Texte, it is an organism whose evolution has accomplished its course.
In different parts of this kingdom people call them fen-crickets, churr-worms, and eve-churrs, all very apposite names.
The supposed opposition between science and religion is precisely an apposite type of one of the things "that ain't so."
Dr. Prichard has on this subject some very apposite illustrations.
Everybody was rather impressed with this apposite remark, excepting Podbury.
I shall make no apology for this digression, because I thought the remark too apposite to be omitted.

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