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Her system of espial is even more minute and irritating than that of Russia.

Then Wisdom altered its method and spoke of espial and discovery.

From his new point of espial Kent checked off the members of the party.

The act of espial had always been hateful to him: he preferred to trust his brethren, and it cost far less trouble.

At the moment of my espial, Cornwallis was speaking, and I drew back to listen, well enough content to be in earshot.

She did not intend an espial upon Anthony; the question was born of pain and bewilderment.

But the man, whoever he might be, who indulged in this espial, every now and then gave signs of ill temper and disappointment.

"I infer nothing; I act," said Peter, turning to look out his place of espial.

He remembered his reluctant consent to McCloskey's proposal touching the espial upon Hallock, and was sorry he had given it.

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