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The Americans, in the mean time, were vigorously preparing for what they conceived to be inevitable—a war.
In the mean time the one who brought it, by cutting the neck of the head, caused that also to bleed.
We can't bring the authorities here before noon, at the earliest, and in the mean time you can perhaps clear it all up.
ELEVEN POSSIBLE CASESFRANK R. STOCKTON
In the mean time, the governor held it necessary to summon the great council.
In the mean time, Mrs. Delacour, unconscious of the curiosity she had excited, was speaking to Belinda in the trictrac cabinet.
In the mean time, the smaller vessels had become engaged, and were fighting with no less courage than the flag-ships.
In the mean time, roads could be constructed for the transportation of munitions of war.
In the mean time, our fellows were getting on famously with the hoops of the huge spirit-cask.
The whole village, in the mean time, had been carefully intrusted with the secret that it was to go on Tuesday.
RODMAN THE KEEPERCONSTANCE FENIMORE WOOLSON
We begged leave in the mean time to be allowed to change our dusty dresses.

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