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He had his wits about him who summed the thing up in these two words.

Essays on Russian NovelistsWilliam Lyon Phelps

The judge (Manisty) summed up strongly against the prisoners, but the jury did not so easily agree upon their verdict.

The whole matter may be summed up in this general statement: history interprets, natural science explains.

Was it wonderful that she summed up life in one bitter line?

Emily BrontA. Mary F. (Agnes Mary Frances) Robinson

At any rate, the instinctive intent of the habitual criminal is summed up in the last phrase of the preceding paragraph.

Criminal TypesV. M. Masten

And all of these records were summed up, integrated, into the "Sigma" curve.

The Vortex BlasterEdward Elmer Smith

The whole art of legislation was thought to be summed up in the words laissez faire.

James summed up the thoughts of them all: "Rabbi, if a man as good as that can't enter the Kingdom, how can anyone?"

Men Called Him MasterElwyn Allen Smith

"You see, she was not told," Palliser summed it up succinctly.

T. TembaromFrances Hodgson Burnett

The universal creole belief is summed up in the daily-repeated cry: "C'est un pays perdu!"

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