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If ever he do good deed (which is very seldom) his own mouth is the chronicle of it, lest it should die forgotten.
Some of the greatest stories of devotion and courage have been those which chronicle the rescue of men from almost certain death.
The chronicle of Don Rodrigo devotes nearly a hundred pages to this picturesque event.
The play is more dependent on the chronicle than "Lear," and pays more attention to the representation of history.
TRAGEDYASHLEY H. THORNDIKE
The world has given a different opinion, and I can afford to chronicle this almost single sentence against me.
BARRY LYNDONWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
But this proposal, the Chronicle says, was not approved in Boston.
I regret to chronicle it of one for whom—if I have done him any sort of justice—you should have been conceiving some esteem.
CAPTAIN BLOODRAFAEL SABATINI
In this chronicle the veil of silence must be thrown over them.
GABRIEL TOLLIVERJOEL CHANDLER HARRIS
Of our voyage from the island of Asturia to San Diaz there is little to chronicle.
A similar notice is contained in the Chronicle of Rassis the Moor.

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