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Mr. Ballantyne has blended with the incidents of war on the Danube a story of personal adventure spiritedly told.
BLOWN TO BITSROBERT MICHAEL BALLANTYNE
Presently the flag hanging limp and lifeless at headquarters was seen to lift itself spiritedly from the staff.
So spiritedly did the brave boatswain continue the action, that both French ships were captured.
The firing now became brisk on our side, and the rebels replied spiritedly with their twelve-pounders.
After all, I thought low-spiritedly, what right had I to look down on him?
THE FIREFLY OF FRANCEMARION POLK ANGELLOTTI
"That is not all I have to say upon the subject, either," said Mrs. Garnet, spiritedly.
CLEMENCERETTA BABCOCK
Im not interested for the reason you think, answered the temperamental little thing spiritedly.
NOTHING BUT THE TRUTHFREDERIC S. ISHAM
"I have already heard all I wish to hear," she spiritedly returned, and with an inflection that made him wince.
THE HEATHERFORD FORTUNEMRS. GEORGIE SHELDON
His friends present supported him spiritedly, so that nothing further followed.
And why do we enter so spiritedly into the contest and lose ourselves in the excitement of the moment?

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