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In the number for the Wednesday following, she found a full report of the proceedings at the inquest.
He occupied his time in writing out a full report of his mission.
Then I should make a full report, and with it a demand upon public opinion that the dead lines be wiped forever from the seas.
But he was reading the full report which many men had written on the ground.
You'll be there in any case, so you'll just give us a pretty full report.
Chief Inspector Heat, conscious of renewed irritation at this display of scrupulousness, said that the county police had been notified from the first of Michaelis' arrival, and that a full report could be obtained in a few hours.
says the Sergeant, taking me away to the window, out of earshot, "Your Superintendent here," he went on, in a whisper, "has made a pretty full report to me of the manner in which he has managed this case.
On such occasions (and they were of very frequent occurrence), Mrs Nickleby deemed it of particular importance that she should have her wits about her; for, from certain signs and tokens which had attracted her attention, she shrewdly suspected that Mr Frank, interested as his uncles were in Madeline, came quite as much to see Kate as to inquire after her; the more especially as the brothers were in constant communication with the medical man, came backwards and forwards very frequently themselves, and received a full report from Nicholas every morning.
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