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At a public dance, an Indian may recount some particular brave deed.
It would be almost endless to recount all the interesting facts and narratives with which Van Dale has enriched his book.
Indeed, it were tedious to recount the various opinions of various disciples.
Nor can we recount his important work in other branches of biology further than has been already done in the foregoing pages.
After djeuner we shall proceed to be lightning-conducted again, and I shall duly collect a few more adventures to recount.
I will recount my manifold adventures when we meet, which I hope will be in a few days.
It is no pleasure for me to recount these passages in my life, in which I have had to hear the "proud man's contumely."
We would anticipate and partake the pleasure with which they will then recount the steps of New England's advancement.
A better course than to attempt to answer that question would be to recount the story of Tientietnikov's boyhood and upbringing.
But who in his mind could recount the names of the others as many as afterwards aroused the battle of the Greeks?
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