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The two are covered with dust and very thirsty; Marie wears a long dust-colored ulster, and he a wind-proof coat and high boots.
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She was going 163 into Mr. Vandergriffs store when she saw a man, bundled in a big ulster, talking with the proprietor.
Jess saw that he was a little man, and the high ulster collar muffled the lower part of his face.
The decentralising system might be carried much further, and Perrott recommended a President for Ulster.
They came out of Ulster and traversed Connaught in companies of twenty at a time.
You should hear me at table with the Ulster purser and a little punning microscopist called Davis.
The English Ministry saw clearly enough that nothing could be made of the Ulster expedition without great expense.
Essex became Governor of Ulster, and in less than a month longed to be rid of an office which he could not fill with credit.
Every captain in Ulster was, he thought, ready to take an estate of inheritance and give up Irish customs.
A blow had just been struck in Ulster, which for the time made resistance little to be feared.

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