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Full-length figures of county worthies hung around, in all varieties of costume, from the days of Holbein to the present time.RUTHELIZABETH CLEGHORN GASKELL
Their salutation finished, these worthies proceed to recount the sport they have had on earth.A CURSORY HISTORY OF SWEARINGJULIAN SHARMAN
“Life of Wellington” (“English Worthies”), unfinished, xxiv.THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON - SWANSTON EDITION VOL. 25 (OF 25)ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
Those two worthies would go as far as they dared, but they would stop short of any desperate work.MOTOR MATT'S DARING, OR, TRUE TO HIS FRIENDSSTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
The conversation between these worthies was so interesting, that we propose to assign to it another chapter.PEVERIL OF THE PEAKSIR WALTER SCOTT
The last poem of all is wholly devoted to eulogies of Chittagong worthies.A BOSWELL OF BAGHDADE. V. LUCAS
Such were the two worthies to whom Mr. Pickwick was introduced, as he took his seat at the breakfast-table on Christmas morning.THE PICKWICK PAPERSCHARLES DICKENS
The lead thus given, the worthies rose, one after another, and said the same things with an air of profound originality.THE MAKING OF A SAINTWILLIAM SOMERSET MAUGHAM
They deal with the acts of their worthies and inculcate religious truths.THE HISTORY OF YIDDISH LITERATURE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURYLEO WIENER
The two worthies parted, after each had again pledged himself to keep the rendezvous at the Cross of the Three Kings.QUENTIN DURWARDSIR WALTER SCOTT

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