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Bottle it, keep carefully corked fifteen days, when it will be fit for use.
It should be carefully corked for twelve or fifteen days, when it will be fit for use.
The flask was corked and left standing several weeks while other work was in progress.
In his pocket was a bottle, carefully corked, empty save for a little roll of paper, which proved to be the addendum to the log.
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Take especial care that it is closely corked and sealed down.
And as soon as they got you safely corked up, what's to prevent them from handing you over to Progress?
Baby Beaumont heard him say to his valet, "Take away that eau-de-cologne—it's corked."
By keeping fleas in a glass tube corked up at both ends, but so as to admit fresh air, their several actions may be observed.
This will remove all grit and lint that is sure to get into the bottle however carefully it may be corked.
I am corked up like the barrel of Guillots gun, and yet I did everything for the best.

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