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All you have to do is buy, buy, buy, and keep on buying to the last stroke, when the directors declare the double dividend.
The instant the action of the directors becomes known, Ward Valley will rush heavenward.
But it was still far from being the SYSTEM that Vail had dreamed of in his younger days; and so, when the directors put before him his unfinished plan, he surrendered.
As the day for the opening of the Exposition drew near, the Board of Directors began preparing the programme for the opening exercises.
We have the honour to inform our Directors that we arrived in Venice on December 6, 1860.
At that very moment, the Director came out of his room.
On the deck the director touched his cap to the two agents, who stood on the bank waving their hats, and turning to an old servant of the Company on his passage to headquarters, said, "Look at those two imbeciles.
Rabourdin resigns in a rage at finding Baudoyer appointed director.
The Theatin father, your eminence's director, was sent for this evening; and he cannot come again to my lord till after to-morrow.
The latter was very attentive to Anna Pavlovna because he wanted to be appointed director of one of the educational establishments for young ladies.
The Director of the Cambridge Observatory to the President of the Gun Club at Baltimore.
I tell you that, in the emigration, the Abbe de la Marche who was here and was employed in the Quiberoon business with Puisaye and Tinteniac, was the same Colonel of Mousquetaires Gris with whom Steyne fought in the year '86--that he and the Marchioness met again--that it was after the Reverend Colonel was shot in Brittany that Lady Steyne took to those extreme practices of devotion which she carries on now; for she is closeted with her director every day--she is at service at Spanish Place, every morning, I've watched her there--that is, I've happened to be passing there--and depend on it, there's a mystery in her case.

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