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Not to dwell on this anomalous period of my existence, let me say briefly that my new position with my wife was of the greatest advantage in enabling me to direct in secret the profitable uses to which her little fortune was put.
Nicholas briefly said that he feared it would be so, although he could not yet speak with any degree of certainty; and getting away as soon as he could, went home to con Newman's letter once more, and speculate upon it afresh.
It should be helpful also to indicate briefly some of the more specific mannerisms of pseudo-classical poetry, in addition to the general tendencies named above on page 190.
said Stepan Arkadyevitch, and briefly and clearly he explained it to Levin.
Six nights passed--six long weary nights--and on each, Fagin came home with a disappointed face, and briefly intimated that it was not yet time.
Tulliver did not willingly write a letter, and found the relation between spoken and written language, briefly known as spelling, one of the most puzzling things in this puzzling world.
On the ground floor, the accommodation briefly comprises a hall, a cloakroom/wc, a large lounge with French doors that open to the patio and gardens, a sitting room, a study and a dining room, as well as a kitchen with integrated appliances.
A CELEBRATED Welsh-born actor briefly upstaged legendary counterpart Richard Burton at a gala event in New York.
Summary: NEW YORK - The dollar turned negative against the Japanese yen and briefly extended losses against the euro on Wednesday after government data showed U.
The S&P 500 briefly tumbled near its 2010 intraday low of 1,040.
Summary: EUR-USD briefly traded on easier footing in early European trade after ECB's Trichet said that he feels we are still in a period of economic contraction,.
Soldiers leave their trenches to unite in song to briefly forget the war and remember the message of Christmas brought by the Prince of Peace.