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Perhaps our comic papers have never heard of the Improvement Clubs, or find nothing in them that is humorous.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
Including Newcastle, there were then in the whole country, only six clubs and now they number one hundred and sixty-eight!
He won't let her belong to a club—clubs are all very well for other women, but his wife is not as other women.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
Night after night he was absent until the latest hours at convivial clubs and card-parties.
Clubs were formed to discuss the great questions of the day, to mold public opinion, and to overawe the Assembly.
The sections, the tribunals, the clubs were to suspend their sittings, that the public attention might not be distracted.
Three clubs, which look from without to be very comfortable, ornament this square with their gas-lamps.
LITTLE TRAVELS AND ROADSIDE SKETCHESWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
The shaping of his clubs previously had been done by a rude tearing or hammering off of their twigs.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
The rubbing requisite in shaping and polishing war clubs may have yielded a heat occasionally causing fire.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
But when they perceived the attempt of Lysimachus, some caught up stones, some strong clubs, and some threw ashes upon Lysimachus.

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