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Imani likes being punctual, but after picking up food from her friend’s restaurant, Reveler’s Hour in Adams Morgan, and an unexpected Uber issue, she ended up logging in about 10 minutes late.
He was punctual to his appointment on the following morning; and so was Mr Bellamy.
A discount allowed by the company for the punctual payment of premiums belongs not to the agent, but to the insured.
"I always make it a point to be punctual," Lamb dawdling in the background, overheard him say.
The arrangement being thus fully made, the commissioner, promising to be punctual, bowed and retired.
ROLLO IN HOLLANDJACOB ABBOTT
He was a very punctual man—in other words, he always paced leisurely along, some time or another.
"She was praising me for punctuality; and then she said that you were punctual too," she explained cheerfully.
I have dealt with him—he is just and punctual—true to time and engagements;—be kind to your noble guest, and see he wants nothing.
THE FORTUNES OF NIGELSIR WALTER SCOTT
On the Sunday I was punctual to my appointment to dine with the publisher.
LAVENGROGEORGE BORROW
The great Miriam, if she's punctual, will be here in about forty minutes.
THE TRAGIC MUSEHENRY JAMES

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