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She paused a moment, looking out over the stretch of sand that intervened between them and the little fishing-quay.
THE TIDAL WAVE AND OTHER STORIESETHEL MAY DELL
He had probably headed for the other side of the pond, and was now shut out from view by the volume of smoke which intervened.
THROUGH FOREST AND FIREEDWARD ELLIS
But there intervened a riotous scene, arising on a question of a breach of privilege.
It was Mr. Cromering who intervened in the discussion between the two, and he spoke with unusual decision.
THE SHRIEKING PITARTHUR J. REES
Felix Kennedy intervened with a slab, and the three men fell at once to talking about the accident.
THE NERVE OF FOLEYFRANK H. SPEARMAN
A hundred and twenty years only intervened between the death of Adam and the birth of Noah.
COMMENTARY ON GENESIS, VOL. IIMARTIN LUTHER
Lead was being cast into bullets when the police of Genoa intervened and Mazzini was placed under arrest.
BUILDERS OF UNITED ITALYRUPERT SARGENT HOLLAND
Instances of adaptation he has adduced, but they are invariably, except where man has intervened, those of degeneration.
But Lincoln intervened with a speech so enthralling that the hearers forgot the dispute and heard him out with rapture.
THE LINCOLN STORY BOOKHENRY L. WILLIAMS
One Sunday had intervened; but upon his father's advice he had refrained from going "for that wan Sunda' to chapel."