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USE subjoin IN A SENTENCE

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I may, however, here subjoin one of them, which will afford the reader some idea of the mortality of Lima.
We subjoin a few specimens, with occasional notes, arising from our own reading and personal observation.
I shall next subjoin definitions of the principal kinds of suctorious mouths.
I subjoin an extract from the journal of Mr. Doty, an intelligent young gentleman who was with the expedition.
I subjoin a list of sources and of especial literature which also contains additional references.
We may subjoin to these two appreciations the judgment of the Abb Maury, himself a great orator.
THE JESUITS, 1534-1921THOMAS J. CAMPBELL
The clauses are too numerous to quote in full, but I subjoin a few, that the reader may form his own opinion.
I subjoin another extract, on the education of the moral faculty.
We subjoin the original Etruscan text as read by our author, with its alleged Irish equivalents.
In the Appendix I subjoin a table drawn up by Mr. Clay, showing in detail the saving produced by sanitary measures.

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