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“The man is virtually a cripple,” he added with unmistakable feeling.
This was virtually the first electro-magnetic acoustic telegraph.
This was the rival whose place I had virtually, though not officially, usurped.
But they were conscious that the marriage was virtually an accomplished fact.
Then Claude, stupefied by that triumph, virtually forgot everything else.
He was virtually quoting from the Colonial Officer's Manual.
His position is virtually an anomaly and he himself, a mere figure-head.
Humanity, like virtually all other organic life on Earth, was dying.
In return he learned that the Frenchmen were virtually prisoners.
I would have virtually ceased to exist for both these young people.