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What if the latter should light on some of his various hiding places for money?

Harriet was known by various names among her Southern friends.

But various interests were antagonized, and opposition was aroused.

A series of concerts followed, at which various oratorios and other works were performed.

This had, however, been broken in various places by the enemy.

The men, their various actions suspended, listened intently.

During his “walks” Mr Verloc, of course, met and conversed with various persons.

They are to be had of various sizes and prices at the tin stores.

At the police headquarters in Montreal various schemes were discussed.

It tells us of the various classes who peopled the village and farmed its fields.

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