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Groping to the chimney-place with the aid of his matches, Mr. Collingwood found the candle and lit it.
THE BOARDED-UP HOUSEAUGUSTA HUIELL SEAMAN
His little band was almost immediately surrounded by the enemy.
Conny stepped smilingly forward, and proceeded to affix the band around the vicar's massive throat.
England gladly seized the opportunity of injuring her enemy and sent aid to the people of Spain.
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But once Austria was disposed of, Prussia and Russia met their punishment for having given her secret or open aid.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
Roulard had played the trumpet in the regimental band in which Aristide had played the kettle drum.
There was a band playing down at Klein's hotel, and the strains reached them faintly, tempered by the distance.
On this the royal band of music would strike up its liveliest airs, and a great bell would toll its evening warning.
This province, having taken depositions in regard to it, with the aid of the said letter, adjudged Japon accordingly.
Therefore they charge the governor with concealing it; and all that is without the aid of authority to make investigation.

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longanimitynoun | [long-guh-nim-i-tee, lawng- ]SEE DEFINITION
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