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The foster-father, who was an American resident in Hong-Kong, found his eyesight gradually failing him.
The foster-child remained behind to share the hut of the political exile.
"I'm afraid I couldn't quite manage that, my dear boy," your fond parent would respond.
He paused; and hastily wrote a few lines, to say that parent still lived, and would yet proclaim himself with honour to the world.
I betray my beloved parent's confidence, to save you from a certain and ignominious death.
In some states he becomes the heir of the adopted parent like a natural child, with some limitations.
Major Foster hastily collected sixty men and charged on the guns—so shamelessly abandoned by the order of a drunken commander.
The new day had hardly begun when the guerrilla hordes poured down on Foster's little army, confident of an easy victory.
The fibre can be separated with great facility, though firmly attached at one end to the parent rock.
ASBESTOSROBERT H. JONES
To this the guerrillas agreed, and their surprise can be imagined when they found themselves in Foster's camp instead of Coffee's.

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