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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

There was no doubt thought of his own loss in this question: yet there was, one may hope, a germ of solicitude for the mother too.
CHILDREN'S WAYSJAMES SULLY
The Seven-score and four on the six middle Bells, the treble leading, and the tenor lying behind every change, makes good Musick.
TINTINNALOGIA, OR, THE ART OF RINGINGRICHARD DUCKWORTH AND FABIAN STEDMAN
In fact, except for Ramona's help, it would have been a question whether even Alessandro could have made Baba work in harness.
RAMONAHELEN HUNT JACKSON
It's an idle question, I know; wise men and musty philosophers say that regrets are foolish.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
Accordingly, the question "How far does the note issue under the new system seem likely to prove an elastic one?"
READINGS IN MONEY AND BANKINGCHESTER ARTHUR PHILLIPS
The moment was an awkward one, and Cynthia wished madly that she had not been prompted to ask that unfortunate question.
THE BOARDED-UP HOUSEAUGUSTA HUIELL SEAMAN
Father Gaspara was about to ask another question, when Ramona appeared in the doorway, flushed with running.
RAMONAHELEN HUNT JACKSON
It therefore took under favorable consideration the question of a voluntary clearing system.
READINGS IN MONEY AND BANKINGCHESTER ARTHUR PHILLIPS
The question of branches of federal reserve banks has received careful attention during the past year.
READINGS IN MONEY AND BANKINGCHESTER ARTHUR PHILLIPS
Here there is no question of emergency, or enemy pressure, or of haste; so much we see plain enough with our own eyes.

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