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To confirm this remark let the sentences be inverted; "thou art an hard man, I knew thee to be such, or I knew it."

It is tautology, for two sentences further on it is all expressed in its proper place, in referring to the history of the king.

Junius UnmaskedJoel Moody

These two sentences the Congregations in 1620 ordered struck out, as part of their "corrections."

The words and sentences which are supplied are very carefully chosen, and most of them have a prototype somewhere in the poem.

The Translations of BeowulfChauncey Brewster Tinker

This is especially obvious in the construction of sentences.

There were long, poignant pauses between his sentences as he seemed to strive for coherence.

The Last ShotFrederick Palmer

We also found that these three kinds of sentences could all be expressed in exclamatory form.

Plain EnglishMarian Wharton

They were tried separately and sent to prison on sentences varying from six weeks to two months.

My Own StoryEmmeline Pankhurst

They resolved into sentences, each of which had a strangely familiar ring.

Flappers and PhilosophersF. Scott Fitzgerald

It is better now, than after sentences and trouble, to have recourse to him who is by place parens patri.


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