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Born about 1794; mother of three children; managed capably the household with its slender resources.
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He went straight at them both, each in the presence of the other, Miss Mathewson capably assisting.
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They had then capably taken up the pleasant task of electing their officers and performed it with business-like snap.
"Six of my own," returned the eminent engineer, capably shifting small, slippery Thomas Tucker on his gaunt shoulder.
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In a word, his business affairs are capably managed and whatever he undertakes he carries forward to successful completion.
His business affairs have been managed capably and he is now in excellent financial circumstances.
Mr. Pettyjohn is a stanch republican and has served capably as a member of the school board.
In political belief he is a democrat and he is now capably serving as a member of the school board.
"As it is, we are in the state of Tsin in the fourteenth of the heaven-sent Ching," retorted Hwa-mei capably.
A strong army capably officered and fully equipped, started northward from Talcahuano to recapture Santiago and reconquer Chile.

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