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My time, during the year that I was absent from Borneo, if not quite so usefully, was not unpleasantly passed.

I dare say it might be usefully published, for we know little in detail about the Court of Wards.

Miss Kate Crane states that the cohesion figures of oils may be usefully employed as tests of the identity and purity of the oils.

Before we quit this stage of jurisprudence, a caution may be usefully given to the English student.

Ancient LawSir Henry James Sumner Maine

Thus the Consul, and subsequently the Emperor, usefully occupied himself in the brief intervals between his almost incessant wars.

It was but last May the hand that had written so pleasantly and so usefully grew chill, and the pen fell from its unnerved grasp.

Peter Parley's Own StorySamuel G. Goodrich

They were inclined, therefore, to stand aloof, until they could see better what relations might be usefully instituted with us.

We may, therefore, usefully consider the idea of naturalism, and point out in what sense we accept it and identify it with monism.

The Wonders of LifeErnst Haeckel

It might have come in usefully in the 'History,' which, as he then hoped, would reach the time of Warren Hastings.

Hours in a LibraryLeslie Stephen

Perhaps the devotees of exaggerated feminine fashion in Europe to-day might usefully ponder these occurrences!

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