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School-teachers and other agency employees chorused good-bye as the automobile was driven away.
MYSTERY RANCHARTHUR CHAPMAN
And all the infant paupers might have chorused the rejoinder with great propriety if they had heard it.
Thats right, chorused the crowd, as Mr. Nixon looked at his son for confirmation of these charges.
"We'll be there," chorused the Scouts, while Bunny and Bi carefully set their watches with that of the coach.
Though one heard loud-chorused sentiments of Unionism, there were many secret friends of slavery in San Francisco.
PORT O' GOLDLOUIS JOHN STELLMAN
“Anton,” chorused the men, as though finding relief from their long silence in the announcement.
THE NIGHT RIDERSRIDGWELL CULLUM
"Tell us about it, please," chorused the boys, and Mr. Melton smiled at their eagerness as he lit another perfecto.
Thus sung and chorused my good friends one and all; some from experience, most from hearsay, but ever in unison.
The boys and girls chorused their gratitude to the owner of Mountain Camp and his wife.
He listened to a chorused explanation of the situation–tragic indeed in its appearance.

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