frequently met

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Wooden whales, or whales cut in profile out of the small dark slabs of the noble South Sea war-wood, are frequently met with in the forecastles of American whalers.
It is the character of love to loathe the near relatives of the loved one; chapters in the history of the human race have justified this feeling, and the conduct of uncles, in particular, has frequently met with censure from the independent novelist.
Astley frequently met us when we were out walking, he would merely take off his hat and pass us by, though I knew he was dying to join us.
Now, the original thinker who finds himself compelled to use the current speech of his country in order to impart new and hitherto untried views to his fellows, imposes a task upon the natural means of communication which it is totally unfitted to perform,--hence the obscurities and prolixities which are so frequently met with in the writings of original thinkers.
But here be it premised, that owing to the unwearied activity with which of late they have been hunted over all four oceans, the Sperm Whales, instead of almost invariably sailing in small detached companies, as in former times, are now frequently met with in extensive herds, sometimes embracing so great a multitude, that it would almost seem as if numerous nations of them had sworn solemn league and covenant for mutual assistance and protection.
Doesn't anyone realise that dogs that lived naturally frequently met a horrible and quite unnatural end?
Most prisoners at the camps were only detained for around seven months after the June rising, but in that time the republicans frequently met to exchange views and plans, providing them with a firm footing from which they could launch the next stage of their push for independence.
This is one of the most frequently met slogans, and it genuinely reflects the majority of all Turkish people's core values, personal beliefs and their commitment to the homeland.
Publisher Barron's Educational Series has released five other books in the "Art Answers" series, each solving frequently met problems and responding to often-asked questions, as this book does.
During every lull in the fighting, the future statesman helped clean up Beirut's streets with his company's money, and frequently met with clergymen and politicians from all sides to lay the groundwork for negotiations that would stop the killings.
While running her dog Bruno there, she frequently met other dogs accompanied by their humans.
The GCC states have frequently met on the issue and warned of the likely consequences of nuclear reactors being built along such a tectonic belt.
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