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America, we might say, does not exist; there exists instead an offshoot of Europe.
APPEARANCESGOLDSWORTHY LOWES DICKINSON
Richard did not know them, and, by his air, did not desire to become acquainted with any offshoot of that family.
Some cold prudence, an offshoot of her curious anger of the morning which still lingered with her, restrained.
MARRIED LIFEMAY EDGINTON
Luke Sharp looked at his wife, to ask whether any offshoot of this reproach was intended at all to come home to him.
CRIPPS, THE CARRIERR. D. (RICHARD DODDRIDGE) BLACKMORE
During this separation, very singular changes were observed to be taking place in both the original comet and its offshoot.
AETHER AND GRAVITATIONWILLIAM GEORGE HOOPER
The morality was not so much an offshoot as a complement of the miracle.
JOHN LYLYJOHN DOVER WILSON
The court of chancery is also an offshoot of the curia regis.
Few shapes are more familiar to the student of those times than this veteran campaigner, the offshoot of a time-honoured race.
The Kansas are an offshoot of the Osages, whom they resemble in many respects.
You must feel, rather, that you are an offshoot of her life; one brave little force among her immense forces.
WINDS OF DOCTRINEGEORGE SANTAYANA

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