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But my new position in the house seemed to entitle me to this much liberty, for once.
What pretensions has he that should entitle him to dream of you, Pauline?
What he had was at Aughkeely, and this was not sufficient to entitle him to vote.
Oh, what you ask is not difficult enough to entitle me to that name.
My object is such as to entitle my words to your respect, not resentment.
This seemed to entitle her to an invitation, which she delightedly accepted.
Indeed, I have heard some things which appear to entitle her to compassion and respect.
Their mode of warfare does not entitle them to any privileges.
I feel inclined to write a pamphlet and entitle it ‘Hints to the Clergy.’
He was learned, if polemical knowledge could entitle him to that praise.