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Eloise nodded and held fast to the relics of a past which in this way was linking itself to the present.
THE CROMPTONSMARY J. HOLMES
In pos t-primary schools there is at present no official system of linking the home and school in the investigation of problems.
REPORT OF THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON MORAL DELINQUENCY IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTSOSWALD CHETTLE MAZENGARB ET AL.
The extent, too, to which they operated in linking class to class was very great.
THE INFLUENCE AND DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH GILDSFRANCIS AIDEN HIBBERT
At my gasp she went on, confidentially, linking her arm in mine.
JANE JOURNEYS ONRUTH COMFORT MITCHELL
Anne smiled mysteriously, and linking arms with Madge, drew her toward the house.
THE MISSING FORMULAMILDRED A. WIRT, AKA ANN WIRT
By linking up all the tribes from central Natal right to the north of Zululand, a sweep downward could be made.
FORGING THE BLADESBERTRAM MITFORD
To-morrow youll be thanking God from the bottom of your heart, I said, linking my arm under his.
THE WASTED GENERATIONOWEN JOHNSON
They had contragravity scows plying between Rivington and Tradetown regularly, now, and air-lorries were linking the villages.
SPACE VIKINGHENRY BEAM PIPER
"Somehow it's a bit tough to get this linking-up idea just when I can't do any more studying," added the boy a trifle wistfully.
CHRISTOPHER AND THE CLOCKMAKERSSARA WARE BASSETT
If he had understood the linking process a little better, it would perhaps have added to the interest of his work.
THE KNICKERBOCKER, OR NEW-YORK MONTHLY MAGAZINE, MAY 1844VARIOUS

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