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After a pause the information came, which Lechmere carefully jotted down in his pocket book.
And he jotted down the name, I presume phonetically, in his note-book.
MY NEW CURATEP.A. SHEEHAN
I have simply jotted down some points which I hope may be of use to the outsider.
THE COMPLETE BACHELORWALTER GERMAIN
In after life he jotted down a couple of novels which sold, as the journalists said, "like hot cakes."
THE SECRET GLORYARTHUR MACHEN
I pounced on the error, and found that she had jotted down each pint in the shilling instead of in the pence column.
He could not forget it, so he jotted down notes and preached the new sermon instead of the one that had been prepared.
One of them is from a note-book of his mother's, in which she had jotted down a few things that had been said or written of him.
ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSONMARGARET MOYES BLACK
He jotted down first and unconfirmed reports, and let them stand.
I believe I pleaded the Drama, as usual, and I have jotted down a line or two.
I jotted down the story the evening Dr. Rosen related it, and here in a few words have I given the substance.

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