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He likewise regretted that he was at present so circumstanced as to be unable to comply with his wishes by visiting our camp.
The eminences to which they retired were lonely and silent and seemed to be happily circumstanced for contemplation and prayer.
ARCHAIC ENGLANDHAROLD BAYLEY
I had seen contemporaries of my own—men circumstanced like myself who had come to the same conclusion.
A FRONTIER MYSTERYBERTRAM MITFORD
It was natural to a person so reared and circumstanced to have no sympathy with what is called the popular cause.
NIGHT AND MORNING, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
Were I differently circumstanced I might plead, but I could not live to see you discontented, ashamed.
"Circumstanced as that gentleman is at this moment, your observations are unsuitable, sir," replied the Major.
The individuals that have been thus circumstanced are males; whether the female is guilty of similar spoliations is not known.
As must be expected, however, in a place circumstanced as this is, the Church never reached to any very great number.
In an ordinary man, this would be singular intrepidity; but circumstanced as O'Donnell was, it amounted to a Roman virtue.
THE FELON'S TRACKMICHAEL DOHENY
Then you were so circumstanced that your disinheritance under your uncle's will might seriously incommode you?
THE INCENDIARYW. A. (WILLIAM AUGUSTINE) LEAHY

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