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I am so sorry you have given yourself the trouble of coming round, Mr.
Then you will see me coming round the corner of the 'off-turning' gallery.
I imagined at the time that he had some strong reason for not alluding to it, but he soon dispelled the idea by coming round to the subject of his own accord.
There's nothing,' said Toby, 'more regular in its coming round than dinner-time, and nothing less regular in its coming round than dinner.
Garth, coming round unwillingly to the general opinion.
Look, look, doctor," said Villefort, "he is quite coming round again; I really do not think, after all, it is anything of consequence.
Sherlock Holmes, that if my friend here had not proposed coming round to you this morning I should have come on my own account.
It somehow completed the thrill of my fanciful nerves that at that instant the Duke appeared again silently among the glimmering trees, with his soft foot and sunset-hued hair, coming round the corner of the house in company with his librarian.
But somehow he was never able to look after his flowers at all, for his friend the Miller was always coming round and sending him off on long errands, or getting him to help at the mill.
There's a way you political folks have of coming round and round a plain right thing; and you don't believe in it yourselves, when it comes to practice.
That entrance was fastened, and we heard him coming round to get in by the other.
It was a gentleman's carriage, a curricle, but only coming round from the stable-yard to the front door; somebody must be going away.