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Her eyes were as they had been that day near this selfsame spot years before, kind and endearing.
THE HOMESTEADEROSCAR MICHEAUX
The old manservant was the selfsame man who had so devotedly served the previous tenant.
THE DOCTOR OF PIMLICOWILLIAM LE QUEUX
The selfsame trick, if trick it was, is repeated night after night, without variation.
And his companion heard, almost with a shudder, the selfsame words from the priest, as the kneeling of the congregation subsided.
SOMEHOW GOODWILLIAM DE MORGAN
Indeed, I recognized that his face had assumed the selfsame look of insolent familiarity it wore when he spoke of Cleremont.
THAT BOY OF NORCOTT'SCHARLES JAMES LEVER
Yes, I could show those selfsame marks on a drawing that stone was marked from.
King Arthur said: "Because, lady, I think your heart hath sometimes asked you the selfsame question."
The selfsame situation fifteen years ago as the Bomb fell upon Hiroshima.
THE BRAINALEXANDER BLADE
The sentiment loses its meaning, unless that which he did once is the selfsame thing which they did always: and what was that?
The selfsame circumstances which raise the man depress the woman.
A NEW ATMOSPHEREGAIL HAMILTON

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