by-and-by

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And by-and-by there were some who spoke of her as "Mattie Colson."

It may be that by-and-by you will not have tears enough to weep.

The result of their debate, I suppose, will somehow or other be communicated to me by-and-by.

By-and-by the noise of the key in the lock arrested them both.

He will join you by-and-by after he has taken me to the Grotto.

But by-and-by it became so soft that she fancied it was warm, as nice as milk.

"You shall be taken there by-and-by, I promise you," said Sister Hyacinthe.

By-and-by we got out and kicked trees to start the circulation.

Should I think differently, by-and-by, I could try the effect of a few Napoleons.

By-and-by, when the badger got well, he went to see the hare, to have it out with him.

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