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bundle

the papers in the case in good order. English practice has now reached a stage where bundles are used very frequently. Practice varies and in some cases is subject to detailed rules. The great advantage is that there is only one set of papers. Pagination and indexing allow hearings to proceed very quickly and facilitate the writing of judgments.
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Beth's bundle was such a funny one that everybody wanted to laugh, but nobody did, for it would have hurt her feelings very much.
Socker rules," George retorted, scattering Freddy's bundle with a kick.
On seeing him, the miserable creature fell upon his shoulder, sobbing and crying, and pointing to the fountain, where some women were stooping over the motionless bundle, and moving gently about it.
When I had no more ticks to make, I folded all my bills up uniformly, docketed each on the back, and tied the whole into a symmetrical bundle.
So on the fourth day from that time, Silas and Eppie, in their Sunday clothes, with a small bundle tied in a blue linen handkerchief, were making their way through the streets of a great manufacturing town.
Then I wrapped up the child in my medicines and again bound the mat about the bundle.
Then, seeing David's bundle, he snatched it, like a too officious Newfoundland, stuck his pitchfork into it and carried it over his shoulder in triumph as he accompanied David and the box out of the thicket.
said Bess the matron, taking up the bundle and examining it.
The few things we had brought from Nukuheva had been done up into a small bundle which we had carried with us in our descent to the valley.
Weevle to himself; "and I can't compliment you on your appearance, whoever you are, with your head tied up in a bundle.
Quickly he gathered up the arrows--all of them this time, for he had brought a number of long fibers to bind them into a bundle.
He held a bundle made up of an old faded silk handkerchief that apparently contained all his travelling wardrobe, and wore thick shoes and gaiters, his whole appearance being very un-Russian.