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Ay, it has been planned with Indian judgment," said the scout, when the party was assembled around the place, "and would have blinded white eyes.
The boys assembled at the schoolhouse, and strolled idly about the banks of the brook; but no schoolmaster.
Indeed I have heavily sinned against all noble guests assembled here, but most heavily against you my sovereign and my queen.
I want to tell you how good it makes me feel to see so many bright, clean little faces assembled in a place like this, learning to do right and be good.
She felt that she should like to have had the power of refusal; and afterwards, as the idea of the party to be assembled there, consisting precisely of those whose society was dearest to her, occurred again and again, she did not know that she might not have been tempted to accept.
By ten o'clock the whole party was assembled at the park, where they were to breakfast.
The assembled clergy admitted the validity of the plea, and the notoriety of the circumstances upon which it was founded; giving thus an indubitable and most remarkable testimony to the existence of that disgraceful license by which that age was stained.
It will not be said by those who recollect that the Atlantic coast is the longest side of the Union, that during the term of thirteen years, the representatives of the States have been almost continually assembled, and that the members from the most distant States are not chargeable with greater intermissions of attendance than those from the States in the neighborhood of Congress.
To this end, Communists of various nationalities have assembled in London, and sketched the following Manifesto, to be published in the English, French, German, Italian, Flemish and Danish languages.
On the floor of this chamber, which was dotted with highly carved wooden desks and chairs, were assembled about forty or fifty male Martians around the steps of a rostrum.
On arriving at the lodgings of his three friends, D'Artagnan found them assembled in the same chamber.
The evening conversation, when they were all assembled, had lost much of its animation, and almost all its sense by the absence of Jane and Elizabeth.

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