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I have Hickman's letter, in his own handwriting, averring his readiness to release the mortgage at any day.
But my companion averring that in such places she could often make a good bargain, elbowed her way into the scene of action.
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The schoolmaster never ceased averring that it was the brightest lad he had ever seen.
Which “Tom” denied; averring that he should always be equally proud of it, under all circumstances.
This the obstinate octogenarian refused to do, averring that without his personal superintendence the scheme would fail.
Even now the British colonist has many substantial excuses for averring that loyalty does not pay.
Darnall answered, averring in his answer that he was a free man, and capable of conveying a good title.
On their return, he bade her lie down on the sofa in her boudoir and rest, averring that she looked languid and unlike herself.
The next day came a letter from the Duke, averring that he had just had a bad fall in hunting.
Some also raised a religious scruple, averring that the Macedonian kings never made war during the month Daisius.

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