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You never know when you are going to stumble upon a jewel in the most out-of-the-way corner.
But Lessard's a overbearin' son-of-a-gun all round, and he's always breakin' out in a new place.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
Mr. Slocum was not educated in a university, and his life has been in by-paths, and out-of-the-way places.
The Spanish men-of-war, which were always painted white, had their colour changed to dark grey like the American ships.
Later on the commander of a German man-of-war and his staff were received and fêted by the Captain-General.
It must have been the window-panes, for he was anxious to get the most beautiful mother-of-pearl he could find.
He would scarcely have thus spoken to any one but Etheldred, to whom, as well as to himself, it seemed mere matter-of-fact.
THE DAISY CHAINCHARLOTTE YONGE
But dont you think out-of-door relief a very bad thing any way, Mr. Bumble?
The great principle of out-of-door relief is to give the paupers exactly what they dont want, and then they get tired of coming.
Gwynne accepted this act of sacrifice with a matter-of-fact nod, and it was but a moment later that they came upon another flock.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON

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