notably

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There was a choice of wines, and notably some bottles of champagne on a side table.

But, as Laura Ann said, it entailed things, notably industry.

It is to be found in several books, notably Goff's "Life of Revere."

Often, however, it was associated with notably accurate versions.

Since the American advent the Death-rate is believed to have notably decreased.

Letters are notably rare in these times anyhow, and so it is with the letters of Brooke.

So all their art is from abroad, and notably is French and English.

It has been tried, your excellency, at various times; notably in Spain.

Notably, at an editorial dinner at one of the clubs in the city.

Others are notably irregular, and these include most of the largest.

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