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Now the General was more familiar to Jim's ears than to his eyes.

He suggests that the thoughts might be more familiar to him than to me.

The bar-room and billiard-room were more familiar than parents knew.

But the more familiar a word is, the more likely are common ideas about it to be hazy.

This cruder belief is more familiar in the folklore of Europe than the other.

What is more familiar than the fact that when a stone is dropped it will fall to the ground?

Perhaps he was more familiar with him on this account than he otherwise would have been.

How do they happen to be more familiar with pewter and silver than I am?

And what is it, that is more pleasing and more familiar to the nature of the universe?

No people, probably, are more familiar with the art of packing than the Mexicans.