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Verna unlocked the door, and, as he entered, Denham looked curiously around and above at the multifold variety of trade goods.
FORGING THE BLADESBERTRAM MITFORD
All this while the transformed hotel at Compigne remained a huge center for these multifold forms of Red Cross relief.
WITH THE DOUGHBOY IN FRANCEEDWARD HUNGERFORD
And here the dangers of an energy so multifold, and thus luxuriating in its own transformations, show themselves.
LIFE OF LORD BYRON, VOL. 6 (OF 6)THOMAS MOORE
Even the boldest flights of wit attempted during the multifold and promiscuous good-byes interchanged had moved her mirth.
'TWEEN SNOW AND FIREBERTRAM MITFORD
Accordingly the new task of the teacher of the future is a multifold one.
PEDAGOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGYMARIA MONTESSORI
Oh, multifold fragrance and tints divine which so ineffably enrich our lives!
MISSYDANA GATLIN
It is hard to imagine a young woman leading a more complete and multifold existence.
THE GALAXY, APRIL, 1877VARIOUS
Jason sprang over the corpse and tore at the multifold bolts and locks that sealed the door.
THE ETHICAL ENGINEERHENRY MAXWELL DEMPSEY
The average club perhaps is pre-eminently its forcing house, for there you shall find the growth both multifold and luxuriant.
A VELDT OFFICIALBERTRAM MITFORD
What black shoulders of rock, teeth, towers and walls in multifold ranks swept up from the lake before them!
THE SPELL OF SWITZERLANDNATHAN HASKELL DOLE

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