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This time, Europe served as the main target of the celestial projectiles, and observers were numerous and forewarned.

On all previous occasions the general himself had been the observed of all observers.

Hidden TreasuresHarry A. Lewis

Soon the two observers became interested in a band of sooty-faced chimney sweeps decorated with ribbands and gilt paper.

How does it fall out that the same object is viewed by two observers with such opposite sensations?

Jane TalbotCharles Brockden Brown

A party of civilians, observers, were sent to France by a friendly power to have a look at our troops.

She was the observed of all observers; all the men seemed to pause and look at her.

Wife in Name OnlyCharlotte M. Braeme (Bertha M. Clay)

London, to observers of this class, is a never-ending delight.

Shakespeare's EnglandWilliam Winter

Wassermanns results with eosin-selenium were soon critically examined by other observers.

The most casual and uninitiated of observers would have said so at a glance.

Hoof and ClawCharles G. D. Roberts

Formerly common resident in eastern part; now probably extirpated in state but observers in extreme east should watch for it.

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