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The remaining figures, being taken from census returns and other reliable authorities, are more satisfactory.
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL
Altogether, it seems that not more than one-third of our fast diminishing total are available for actual fighting purposes.
As he had foreseen, the business of the house rapidly increased: its returns were great.
The Mugnaia now returns to the box in which she sits in royal state, the observed of all observers.
I have a little daughter who never returns from a walk in the woods without bringing a bunch of gay flowers.
This, however, would probably be more than counterbalanced by the magnificent returns which this locality promises to afford.
ASBESTOSROBERT H. JONES
Consequently an amendment may be made diminishing the weekly allowance to a member who is sick, and also the time of allowing it.
As she fills each vase she takes it to its place, steps back to consider the effect, and returns to fill the next one.
FIRST PLAYSA. A. MILNE
For how otherwise but by diminishing wages can they repay themselves for lost time, for trouble, and for expense?
This abuse, as the years went on, instead of diminishing grew in strength if not in grace.

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