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"Saucy kippers," she called them both, bracketing King Charles with the roving Samuel.
Very few insignia include the maker's name or initials, but when they do, bracketing within a definite period is relatively easy.
AMERICAN MILITARY INSIGNIA 1800-1851J. DUNCAN CAMPBELL AND EDGAR M. HOWELL.
They held grimly to the course of the Earth ship, bracketing it like an official guard.
ISLANDS OF SPACEJOHN W CAMPBELL
It tapered up into bracketing ears, supporting gingery eaves.
There was a pause before Craig Tau looked out, deep lines of weariness bracketing his mouth, etched between his eyes.
PLAGUE SHIPANDRE NORTON
This bracketing of Hildas injury with hers stank in Katherines nostrils.
THE DULL MISS ARCHINARDANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
Our guns added their help, and they fired many rounds down the Menin road, bracketing the ditches.
More followed, and, after bracketing, seemed to centre about two hundred and fifty yards in front of us.
An elaborate cornice of wooden bracketing crowns the walls, forming one of the principal ornaments of the building.
This gallery is sometimes supported upon a deep system of bracketing, corbelled out from the feet of the main pillars.

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