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Again Rome had to gasp for breath, and again the two were fiercely locked-their corded arms as tense as serpents.
We may, however, settle it that Mr. Plan-others-their-work could put all the harvest he ever had in his waistcoat pocket!
BROKEN BREADTHOMAS CHAMPNESS
Such was the education of the Spartans with regard to one of the greatest of their-kings.
Oak, hickory and beech—clean, vast, in-their-prime forest-men—with thorn and dogwood growing between.
CHILD AND COUNTRYWILL LEVINGTON COMFORT
In our desperate state, anything seemed fair in love or war with such hard, worth-their-weight-in-gold people.
EVERYMAN'S LANDC. N. WILLIAMSON AND A. M. WILLIAMSON
People who had much to say about their-spiritual experiences and hopes of heaven.
THE ALLEN HOUSET. S. ARTHUR
See that their evenings out, and their-179- precious Sunday afternoons are not encroached upon.
SOCIAL LIFEMAUD C. COOKE
The down-on-their-luck fellows were down through their own fault I supposed.
DIMBIE AND I--AND AMELIAMABEL BARNES-GRUNDY
The appropriate lighting for the traditional girlish-chatter-while-they-brush-their-hair.
TWOS AND THREESG. B. STERN
His name is They-have-their-Reward, and his duty is to push the shades into the red water.

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