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hereupon

upon this thing or point.
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Kolory hereupon snatches it up to his ear again, and after listening attentively, once more officiates as the organ of communication.
Ah, hereupon turns the whole mystery; although the secret, at this point, I had comparatively little difficulty in solving.
Hereupon Newman, surprised, said that he had never spoken of him but kindly.
Hereupon the man caught him by the ear, dragged him to a room in a far-off wing where a dozen drummer-boys were sitting on forms, and told him to be still if he could do nothing else.
I made haste, hereupon, to nod my head twice - once in the negative, meaning thereby that I would prefer not taking the other bottle at present - and once in the affirmative, intending thus to imply that I was sober and had positively come to my senses.
Hereupon she turned away from me quickly, as she had done the day before, murmuring in a tone different from any she had used hitherto: "Oh, pleasure, pleasure--there's no pleasure in this house
Hereupon, just as the two ladies were detaching themselves, Mrs.
Mercury in attendance with coffee informs Sir Leicester, hereupon, that Mr.
Hereupon Dryden, at the suggestion, it is said, of the king, and with the purpose of securing Shaftesbury's conviction, put forth the First Part of 'Absalom and Achitophel,' a masterly satire of Shaftesbury, Monmouth, and their associates in the allegorical disguise of the (somewhat altered) Biblical story of David and Absalom.
That unfortunate lady hereupon essaying to offer testimony, without any voice and with painful gestures expressive of an inflamed throat, became so aggravating and underwent so many facial contortions, that Mr.
In such cases both parties 'share' ownership of the subsequent produce until it is sold at auction - w hereupon each one takes 50 per cent of the price.