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Madam," said the Superb High Chairman, "we have no objection to visitors if they will pledge themselves not to publish anything they hear.
Rolland, I have no objection to be your reference, under the circumstances.
I would have no objection," said the Wolf, "if I could only get a place.
I hope you have no objections against me for her husband," said Adam; "I'm a poor man as yet, but she shall want nothing as I can work for.
Let us discuss it, then, at breakfast, if you have no objections, my dear Dick.
I have no objections at all to meeting the Hartfield family.
That Felicity, when I reflected on it, has induc'd me sometimes to say, that were it offer'd to my Choice, I should have no Objection to a Repetition of the same Life from its Beginning, only asking the Advantage Authors have in a second Edition to correct some Faults of the first.
Respondents in the Western states--Washington, Oregon, California, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Nevada--were most accepting of new facilities, with 92 percent saying they'd have no objections.
Household size made little difference in the survey, with 88 percent to 90 percent of respondents saying they would have no objections, regardless of how big the household was the age of the kids.