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But he had not done so, and she was glad he could be restrained and deliberate in that "breedy" sort of way.
It had grown much too cold to do without some sort of artificial covering.
She came down to breakfast singing the words in a sort of ecstasy.
Except for a very few words we do not know what sort of tongue it was.
Again came the cry, more gently, ending in a sort of sobbing monologue.
There is no passion in your veins; it is only a sort of sympathetic selfishness.
The reasons for our apprehensions of this sort are not over.
Those fellows downstairs think that I'm a sort of bad hombre.
After a sort of shyness in the recognition, he turns back with them.
There was a sort of breathless touch in the air of the room.