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Congress had pigeonholed his bill to finance such a venture.

It was a solid satisfaction to have him tabulated and pigeonholed at last and for all time.

Its violet flower and its red fruit are pigeonholed for good and all in my memory.

But apparently they were pigeonholed when they reached Washington.

This paper was pigeonholed in the ministry of war, and the newspapers were forbidden to print the copies sent to them.

Warrants were pigeonholed, suspicion suspended, side-arms neglected in their scabbards.

England pigeonholed the complaint and went serenely on her way, searching American vessels from Canada to Brazil.

Against an opposite wall built at full length of the hall, was a pigeonholed case, which was stacked with brass cylinders.

Incidentally, that was again one of those things that was pigeonholed against Oswald, you know.

All of our remaining chapters might, with a little forcing, be pigeonholed under these two great heads.

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