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He took what appeared to him to be quite sufficient for a book to a friend who had voiced an interest in his undertaking.
THE HOMESTEADEROSCAR MICHEAUX
Her voice was stern; it bore to the girl's ears a subtle, unworded repetition of the threat the Marquise had already voiced.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
She had all her life long been accustomed to harbor thoughts and emotions which never voiced themselves.
THE AWAKENING AND SELECTED SHORT STORIESKATE CHOPIN
In the middle of the last century all organs were voiced on light wind pressure, mostly from an inch and a half to three inches.
THE RECENT REVOLUTION IN ORGAN BUILDINGGEORGE LAING MILLER
This was a large metal Diapason of ordinary construction, voiced on heavy wind pressure.
THE RECENT REVOLUTION IN ORGAN BUILDINGGEORGE LAING MILLER
He wrote a pamphlet in 1850 entitled "Free Schools in Virginia" in which he voiced a strong appeal for public education.
HALLOWED HERITAGE: THE LIFE OF VIRGINIADOROTHY M. TORPEY
She had come to the part in their escape when she stopped and fired at the bandit when Janet voiced her opinion.
THE ADVENTURE GIRLS AT K BAR OCLAIR BLANK
After numerous arguments among the delegates had been voiced over a four months' period, a compromise was eventually adopted.
HALLOWED HERITAGE: THE LIFE OF VIRGINIADOROTHY M. TORPEY
"You may be thankful if you don't get those two young alligators in the other tank," said a gruff-voiced adjutant.
ST. NICHOLAS, VOL. 5, NO. 5, MARCH, 1878VARIOUS
It was then that a woodthrush voiced the crowning joy of spring, and with slowly filling eyes she asked its name.
THE TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINEJOHN FOX, JR.

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