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It exerts also various other actions in particular cases which we cannot here stop to particularize.
Did he examine any one person, or particularize a single fact, in any manner whatever?
The various acts of monopoly which passed parliament during a series of years, it is not necessary to particularize.
But let us particularize the special lesson of his senatorial career.
THE BROTHERS' WARJOHN CALVIN REED
Finley is wretched ugly, but he went away last night, so I shall not particularize him.
But provided the definition chosen satisfies these rules, the choice is indifferent, and it is useless to particularize it.
There are various other kinds of ancient breccias, which it would be tedious to particularize.
The Princess Mathilde (that passionate lover of art) will surely be there, and—but it is needless to particularize.
Moya's memory had failed to particularize the plant, but I had enough evidence to negate indiscriminate baptism.
ATTRITIONJIM WANNAMAKER
Now, we are not going to particularize too closely, for fear of consequences.

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