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So manufacturers are nobly trying to build one ski that can do it all.
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“This house must have been the hotel of some distinguished family, Baron; it is nobly proportioned,” said David Arden.
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"Not so, Seor Conde; the man who has treated her so nobly has the best right to her," said the General.
You will be pleased to know that this king was the grandson of the very Isabella who so nobly helped Columbus.
In the great battle round Dresden the Marshal's twenty thousand raw recruits played their part nobly.
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In one case, the ministers of the Community to whom we now direct our thoughts, have nobly cast the latter aside.
Choosing to die nobly rather than to fall into the hands of the wicked, and to suffer abuses unbecoming his noble birth.
She behaved nobly, but with her small auxiliary steam power she could scarcely hold her own.
The retiring premier, indeed, nobly attributed the whole triumph to that long-tried champion of free-trade.
It was a splendid race, nobly sailed, and both yachts admirably handled.

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