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It was well he did, for the whole hill-back was one billowy, white ocean; the swells and falls not indicating corresponding rises and depressions in the ground: many pits, at least, were filled to a level; and entire ranges of mounds, the refuse of the quarries, blotted from the chart which my yesterday's walk left pictured in my mind.
If she really feels this -- and I think she does -- her corresponding with her sister can do no harm.
If the impression were not produced by a real corresponding and sufficient cause, how came he, Jarvis Lorry, there?
Such opportunities as I have been enabled to alienate from my domestic duties, I have devoted to corresponding at some length with my family.
He was a burly man of an exceedingly dark complexion, with an exceedingly large head and a corresponding large hand.
Alas, that every advance of reason should mean a corresponding retreat of romance
The painter must introduce no ornament inconsistent with the climate or country of his landscape; he must not plant cypress trees upon Inch-Merrin, or Scottish firs among the ruins of Persepolis; and the author lies under a corresponding restraint.
Expecting to find a corresponding alteration in her friends, she had looked forward to the meeting with much doubt and little hope of its proving pleasant.
Seeing that I meant to dodge, he also paused; and a moment or two passed in feints on his part and corresponding movements upon mine.
After, feeling the carpet in the most serious manner possible, and discovering nothing more here or anywhere else, they went down to the corresponding box on the pit tier below.
On the occasion corresponding to this four years ago, all thoughts were anxiously directed to an impending civil war.
I took and read the letter, which was couched in terms so flattering that even I myself felt it would be wrong in my father not to comply with the request the duke made in it, which was that he would send me immediately to him, as he wished me to become the companion, not servant, of his eldest son, and would take upon himself the charge of placing me in a position corresponding to the esteem in which he held me.