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But that way madness lay, as Shakespeare has so aptly said of another matter.
"The Hithertos," as Mr. Zangwill has aptly termed them, are helpless.
"That looks good to me," said Peter, delighted that the argot fell so aptly from his lips.
If so, he had performed an unprecedented feat in recalling it so aptly.
These tales may be aptly described the best books for boys and girls.
Of this class of workman it may be said quite as aptly as of the poet, that he is born, not made.
These tales may be aptly described as those of a new Cooper.
It has been aptly called "building the pyramid from the apex downward."
Many of them say good things; hardly one delivers them aptly or gracefully.
An anecdote often told of him aptly illustrates his habit of mind.