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The Triforium is unusually fine, and now extends over the north and south choir aisles, but not over the east end.
This it extends until it is large enough to cover its whole body.
Mainly found in Boeotia, but extends north to valley of Spercheius and south to Argolid.
It is also found in Canada, and extends westward into the region of the Rocky Mountains.
THE BUTTERFLY BOOKWILLIAM JACOB HOLLAND
It extends also into Chiapa and Tabasco, and reaches into Honduras.
They share his reliance, and accept in simplicity those brotherly words in which he extends his privilege to every child.
Kindly he extends his protection, and generously bestows his hospitality.
This view does not restrict you to ancestral hay fever, but extends it to gout or to any equivalent of gout.
THE TREATMENT OF HAY FEVERGEORGE FREDERICK LAIDLAW
The strong current of scepticism which set in during the eighteenth century extends into the nineteenth.
"France utters a cry of deliverance, and extends its arms to its legitimate sovereign," continued the Marchioness with enthusiasm.