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As resident physician for over fifteen years, I had learned patience in these matters.

Unbegotten ChildWinston Marks

I thought you had entirely forgot my £20 amid the other weighty matters you had to settle for me.

The Book-HunterJohn Hill Burton

By seeing to these matters we can make the lighting much more satisfactory than it otherwise would be.

He saw what was happening there with regard to matters of art, and that he could not dream of producing his tetralogy.

Wagner at HomeJudith Gautier

With all this diversity of race there was a great diversity of opinions about political questions, as about other matters.

If matters went in a certain way Edinburgh might regain ancient pomp and circumstance.

FoesMary Johnston

These are matters, it is true, rather of local than of general interest.

It matters not, dear Charles; I have every confidence in your truth and honor, and that is sufficient.

The simple selfishness of young women in these matters is appalling.

Richard VandermarckMiriam Coles Harris

He knows the absorbing interest of the South in Western matters.

The Little Lady of LagunitasRichard Henry Savage

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