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But you may congratulate me now; for I find it very agreeable to HAVE a parish all to myself, with nobody to interfere with me--to thwart my plans or cripple my exertions: and besides, I have a respectable house in a rather pleasant neighbourhood, and three hundred pounds a year; and, in fact, I have nothing but solitude to complain of, and nothing but a companion to wish for.
I congratulate you, sir," said Madame de Bellegarde, with extreme solemnity.
When we saw this, there was nothing else for us to do but to rise from our chairs, shake our two predecessors warmly by the hand and congratulate them on thinking of this charming little joke, which proved that the old French sense of humor was never likely to become extinct.
Captain Granet just wanted to congratulate us all," she announced, "and to know if he could come in to tea this afternoon.
I congratulate you heartily, Duke, upon a most sensible proceeding," Mr.
I am sure I congratulate him upon his success, if he has succeeded.
HM King congratulates HH Shaikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Khalifa.
Download Rahi congratulates Aoun on 'Greater Lebanon' declaration commemoration, Muslims on Adha Feast NNA - Maronite Patriarch, Cardinal Bechara Butros al-Rahi, congratulated Friday President of the Republic, Michel Aoun, and the Lebanese people on the 97th commemoration of declaring the Greater State of Lebanon.
Jamie Hepburn: The Parliament congratulates Carolyn McGoldrick on her single, Cumbernauld: A Love Song.
Congratulating Christopher was Atlantis The Palm vice president of Culinary Chef Sascha Triemer who said: "The entire Atlantis The Palm team congratulates our Chef Christopher Graham on winning Time Out's Young Chef of the Year Award.
Khalifa congratulates Sharjah Ruler on successful surgery
The Australian Labor Party congratulates George W Bush on his reelection as president of the United States of America,'' Latham said in a statement.