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We may now attach other straying symbols as holding them in mind.

Vesta's countenance fell, as she thought of the suspicion that might attach to her father.

The Entailed HatGeorge Alfred Townsend

The name marks a change in the idea which had come to attach to that name since the days of Homer.

If any one did not attach himself as client to a great family he was lost.

FolkwaysWilliam Graham Sumner

The men there, attach the hawser to the whip, and by hauling one side thereof in, they run the other side and the hawser out.

Battles with the SeaR.M. Ballantyne

People do not attach so much importance to a bunch of papers and worthless trinkets.

For my part I am unable to attach as much importance to this work as many psychologists do.

The Analysis of MindBertrand Russell

In the case of others, like Patrick Henry and the Adamses, it is useless to attach any weight to loyal expressions.

There was no individual blame to attach, no applause; spare moralizing to append.

The Three Black PennysJoseph Hergesheimer

As in the case of praise, so also in the case of blame, it is impossible to attach importance to the writings of the humanists.

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