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But who is to stop her great millionaires from entering into the world competition?
Entering the village, we saw a spectacle of wretchedness and misery seldom surpassed even on the banks of the Nile.
The three slabs to the right of the winged lions on entering, were occupied by a highly curious representation of a battle.
“Mr Garstang will see you, gentlemen,” said the old clerk, entering.
CURSED BY A FORTUNEGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
This is to ensure sufficient freedom for the dart when entering the crescent.
Entering, the men witnessed a scene that confirmed their worst fears.
A KING OF TYREJAMES M. LUDLOW
He stopped that night in the house of the worthy man to whom Mr. O'Brien had recommended him on his first entering the town.
THE POOR SCHOLARWILLIAM CARLETON
It was to be the scene of her one great act in life; the spot she was entering as a maiden and would leave as a wife.
THE MYSTERY OF THE HASTY ARROWANNA KATHARINE GREEN
She encountered the butler, old Moses, entering from the hall.
V. V.'S EYESHENRY SYDNOR HARRISON
Entering between the shoulder and blade-bone, it is buried, by the victim's own impetus, to the very hilt.

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