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This explanation did away with all alarm, and Carmela and Lanzi were delighted at having met again thus providentially.
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Thus had the unhappy child providentially expiated the crime of his attempted homicide.
After some conversation, in which they were providentially not interrupted, Asaad handed him a hasty line, and he returned.
I determined to watch and assist the creature thus providentially committed to my charge.
Providentially the lad had stood in this position but a short time when he looked aloft toward the sky.
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When, in all human probability, they were upon the brink of ruin, then they were signally and providentially delivered.
Providentially there was a shredding of the fog at Hell Gate, a shore-breeze flicking the mists off the surface of the water.
The woman died, but providentially Perigo recovered, and was able to bring the poisoner to justice.
Providentially the child escaped, and lived to relate, with becoming feeling, a fact so honourable to his father.
His screams providentially alarmed Mrs. Boucher, but not until his book, containing upwards of 4000l.

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