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Then, it is likely they hoisted it, as usual, at the end of the jib-boom?
THE RED ROVERJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
He disappeared into one of the sheds at the end of the railroad.
FRANK MERRIWELL'S CRUISEBURT L. STANDISH
The edges of one end are rasped off as shown in the sketch, making a wedged fit into the run.
The exclusiveness of the New England theocracies, already relaxed in its application to other sects, was thenceforth at an end.
The young idlers of rich Palermo intrigued to be introduced to her and threw enormous nosegays to her at the end of every act.
CORLEONEF. MARION CRAWFORD
I tell you that this business is not going to end thus, that we must be avenged.
THE DOWNFALLEMILE ZOLA
He was killed by his enemies, and that was the end of the dynasty of Gideon.
HEBREW LIFE AND TIMESHAROLD B. HUNTING
I stopped at the end of the walk and saw the sunshine out over the wide 'Virginia meadows.'
TEN AMERICAN GIRLS FROM HISTORYKATE DICKINSON SWEETSER
One by the gate, one against the wall at the other end, and two at each of the long sides of the inclosure.
Napoleon still kept his troops at Gaeta, but was finally brought to see that the conflict could only end in the one way.
BUILDERS OF UNITED ITALYRUPERT SARGENT HOLLAND

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