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They might have been reciting the circumstances of Amelia Norman’s life.

After this some prayers are recited, and a sacrifice is offered.

And the guest took the cup of wine from my father's hand, and recited a Kiddush.

Laddie, aged eleven, do you remember how you studied and recited "King Henry of Navarre" every poetry hour for a year?

At noon, the assembly having convened, four pundits came out successively and recited Sanskrit texts.

Amy recited the "descriptions" within whose boundaries lay the bulk of the claims.

The Rules of the GameStewart Edward White

Susy recited from a question book, and Prudy learned verses from the Bible.

"Kelver, to make your ac-quain-tance," recited Mrs. Sellars in the tone of one repeating a lesson.

Paul KelverJerome Klapka, AKA Jerome K. Jerome

All the wrongs inwrought and undergone in slavery were recited with insistent accuracy and unreserve.

They fought old battles over again, or recited to one another the deeds of heroes.

A Young Man's YearAnthony Hope

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