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This would suit Kennedy capitally, and musing on the meeting of the morrow, he sank into a doze in the armchair.
JULIAN HOMEDEAN FREDERIC W. FARRAR
They were sent first to the westward, and had a clean reach to the first mark, a capitally judged start being made.
That will do capitally,” said Oswald; “and here we are, if I recollect right, and I hope there is something to eat.
The leaders of the conspiracy, being taken prisoners, were capitally punished.
At any rate the big dome is very cool, and the little ones hold batteries capitally.
It certainly is a splendid fort, mounting 128 guns, and capitally finished for barracks.
THE LIFE OF GORDON, VOLUME IDEMETRIUS CHARLES BOULGER
There are some very pretty ladies at Kutais who dance their national dances capitally.
THE LIFE OF GORDON, VOLUME IDEMETRIUS CHARLES BOULGER
Toby is a cheerful and laughter-moving seal, and he would do capitally in a pantomime, if he were a little less damp.
Two built-up fireplaces served us capitally for a camping-ground on the shore where the grazing was good.
Certainly; for we have no laws resembling those Athenian laws, which made it capitally punishable to propose their repeal.

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