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Here, then, is the position of Mr. Lincoln set forth with deliberation and care.

The durability of fur used as linings, which is affected by other conditions, is set forth separately.

He demanded living monuments,—men and women to set forth in holy lives the lessons of his example.

It set forth some of the most astounding events in the history of the world, and which the world heard of for the first time.

The Christ Of PaulGeorge Reber

The gardens are quite open to the public and are set forth with clipped hedges, trees, and monumental stone work of no mean order.

He hired his horse at an inn in the town, and set forth for Justice Bervie's house at a gallop.

Little NovelsWilkie Collins

What I succeeded in obtaining, though small, induced me to set forth in the following pages the perhaps not unimportant results.

It was about the middle of the month of February when Vendale and Obenreizer set forth on their expedition.

No ThoroughfareCharles Dickens and Wilkie Collins

In these two volumes this natural basis is set forth, and its corollaries are elaborated.

Many are the hours in which I have pondered upon the story that is set forth in the following pages.

The House on the BorderlandWilliam Hope Hodgson
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