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The probe was introduced the second time and the ball was supposed to be distinctly felt.

Lincoln's Last HoursCharles A. Leale

The gaze bent upon the boy was searching and distinctly hostile.

In the Days of ChivalryEvelyn Everett-Green

This was said in a low voice, but distinctly, and in a manner to make an impression.

The DeerslayerJames Fenimore Cooper

The part of the mesoblast, which I believe to be derived from the primitive hypoblast, can generally be distinctly traced.

This he states most distinctly—looking at the question on both sides.

Sermons Preached at BrightonFrederick W. Robertson

This is distinctly unfair to these old churches which have personalities and idiosyncrasies as real as those of individuals.

The only brother he had was most distinctly not "a good fellow," which there was "documentary evidence" to prove.

Flowers of FreethoughtGeorge W. Foote

She was distinctly seen, and looked formidable in definition against the cloud.

"Yes," he agreed with a laugh and a grip on my wrist which distinctly hurt.

And the one doctrine as distinctly demands a new Prayer-book as the other does.

Rites and RitualPhilip Freeman

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