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He first of all despatched a message to Banff for Elizabeth's commissions.
LADY MERTON, COLONISTMRS. HUMPHRY WARD
"It doesn't seem fair that you shouldn't both get your commissions as second lieutenants," murmured Mrs. Overton.
UNCLE SAM'S BOYS AS LIEUTENANTSH. IRVING HANCOCK
But he called up Haynes, Forster & Company without further remonstrances and afterward went out to perform his commissions.
Then when he ships his crop, the dealer adds his commissions, insurance, etc.
LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI, COMPLETEMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
The resolutions of the commission on international credits are therefore based on the resolutions of the other commissions.
THE PAPER MONEYS OF EUROPEFRANCIS W. HIRST
But the practical question is, What has been the effect of either or both of these commissions upon the fur-seal industry?
To return to George Cruikshank, who was now in the full tide of success and overwhelmed with commissions.
OLD COLOURED BOOKSGEORGE PASTON
From my heart I loved these commissions for the excitement they afforded me, and not for mere gain; for what was that to me?
A DIPLOMATIC WOMANHUAN MEE
He was gone an hour, or an hour and a half, on commissions that should not have taken half the time.
THE WALL STREET GIRLFREDERICK ORIN BARTLETT
Politicians struggled for commissions for themselves and friends.
THE NEW NATIONFREDERIC L. PAXSON