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I should like you to be neat when Dr. Renton arrives, and he will probably have tea with me.

Dimbie and I--and AmeliaMabel Barnes-Grundy

When it arrives, she follows her husband on his way to cut wood in the forest.

A large volume, yet one arrives at the end of it with surprising quickness, because the pages seem to slip over of themselves.

Books and PersonsArnold Bennett

Send down for him at once, and when he arrives, let him come up alone.

Pixie O'ShaughnessyMrs. George de Horne Vaizey

You should be able to see the enemy long before he arrives at your position.

The Plattsburg ManualO.O. Ellis and E.B. Garey

The day arrives, and they have to travel in their full dress in second and third class carriages.

History of English Humour, Vol. 2 (of 2)Alfred Guy Kingan L'Estrange

He arrives at the isle of Sancian; and goes off after a little time.

Sostratus arrives at Ephesus as the head of a sacred embassy in honor of Artemis and so finds his daughter.

Essays on the Greek RomancesElizabeth Hazelton Haight

Tristan, disguised as a poor harper, has himself put on a bark and arrives in Dublin, where the queen heals him.

Deed ist, sir, and a braw patrimony I trow it will be by the time he arrives at the years o discretion.

The EntailJohn Galt


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