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When, in the course of a deal, those sickening dissertations on the game would take place, the chevalier invariably drew out his snuff-box with a gesture that was worthy of Mole, looked at the Princess Goritza, raised the cover with dignity, shook, sifted, massed the snuff, and gathered his pinch, so that by the time the cards were dealt he had decorated both nostrils and replaced the princess in his waistcoat pocket,--always on his left side.
In their progress, they met with several bands of Nez Perces, by whom they were invariably treated with the utmost kindness.
They invariably grinned and cried out: "Hello, Mary, you here again?
Be pleased, then, to remember (First): That the actions of human beings are not invariably governed by the laws of pure reason.
He invariably met her criticisms with a good-natured grin and a flippant remark with some tender epithet tagged on to it.
Some well-intentioned, but rather obstinate persons, could not at first comprehend how, if the moon displays invariably the same face to the earth during her revolution, she can describe one turn round herself.
Eggs or very young animals seem generally to suffer most, but this is not invariably the case.
I see by my note-book, "wonderful and beautiful, flowering parasites," invariably struck me as the most novel object in these grand scenes.
Though they were divorced and lived apart, yet whenever the husband met the wife, he invariably behaved to her with the same malignant irony, the cause of which was incomprehensible.
An entry of the day's events in my little diary invariably preceded the folding up.
Not content with paying the nation in general the compliment of invariably carrying an umbrella, and invariably wearing gaiters and a white hat, the Professor further aspired to become an Englishman in his habits and amusements, as well as in his personal appearance.
Body number three, wrote leaden little books for them, showing how the good grown-up baby invariably got to the Savings-bank, and the bad grown-up baby invariably got transported.