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Parenthetically Will rarely asked me to join him on these motor-trips.
I may as well mention, parenthetically, that Dominico was rather an original in his way.
THE LAND OF THORJ. ROSS BROWNE
Parenthetically, I may add that all of the ladies to take to this political immolation seem to me to be frightfully plain.
IN DEFENSE OF WOMENH. L. MENCKEN
The pacifist, let me parenthetically observe, is scarcely a Christian.
MARSE HENRY (VOL. 1)HENRY WATTERSON
Parenthetically we may quote foreign evidence that Rome in the Middle Ages was looked upon as a quarry.
Let me say parenthetically that when observing wild animals, footprints or "spoor" should be eagerly watched for.
When they passed Lorraine, the horse nearest her shied against the other and was sworn at parenthetically for a fool.
THE QUIRTB.M. BOWER
Parenthetically speaking, we wrestled all over that room for about five solid hours.
Parenthetically, all Akor-Neb family-names are prepositional; family-names were originally place names.
LAST ENEMYHENRY BEAM PIPER
At this point I must mention, parenthetically, the library built by Hadrian at Athens.
THE CARE OF BOOKSJOHN WILLIS CLARK

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