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The coolie-track had led them into the widest part of the Maidan, where it slopes to the south, and the huts of Bowanipore.
HILDASARAH JEANETTE DUNCAN
He brought himself to a kneeling posture and pressed his face close to one of the widest chinks.
It was not more than a half-mile long and about a quarter of a mile across in its widest part.
THE RIVAL CAMPERSRUEL PERLEY SMITH
But there is the widest possible difference, both in principle and in practicable applications, between the two proposals.
When the object each commander had in view was accomplished, they were allowed the widest latitude for other operations.
THE BOYS OF '61CHARLES CARLETON COFFIN.
His response caused the candidate for holy orders to open his eyes to the widest.
The valley of Lima lies in the widest extension of the Quebrada of Mutucamas.
The most important requirement of all is certainly a good educator—a word used here in the widest possible signification.
But it is not to preachers only that the word "savour" speaks; it is of the widest possible application.
The story merits the widest circulation, and the universal reading and response accorded to "Black Beauty."
BEAUTIFUL JOEMARSHALL SAUNDERS

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