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They're always telling me the world is changed, and I begin to see it now.'

Lord KilgobbinCharles Lever

In carving a ham, begin not quite in the centre, but a little nearer to the hock.

But as long as there is affection in a man, why, there is Nature to begin with!

And if the convention was ignored, as it sometimes was, Hugo alone had the right to begin the ignoring of it.

HugoArnold Bennett

I begin now to comprehend your disdain of customs which impose chains so idly galling on the liberty of our sex.

The Parisians, CompleteEdward Bulwer-Lytton

To begin with the most severe of the dwarfing processes to which he had been subjected.

JessamineMarion Harland

They begin with an historical picture, its landscape and buildings, in one compartment.

A Treatise on PaintingLeonardo Da Vinci

"I think we have heard so much of giants that we begin to believe we see them," he said laughing.

The People Of The MistH. Rider Haggard

It was his fate to begin his career in an age of mediocrities and to finish it in an almost single combat with the giant.

Begin, if raw stock, by washing and rinsing thoroughly in order to remove all natural grease and dirt adhering to the fibre.

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