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Here was material enough for a least a fortnight of sensations and countersensations, of rumored arrests and strange theories.
Dowsett had of course heard of the spectacular Klondike King and his rumored thirty millions, and he certainly found himself interested by the man in the acquaintance that was formed.
It is so rumored in the guard-room, and that Sir Nigel will take the field once more.
But we are more like to hawk at the Spanish woodcock than at the French heron, though certes it is rumored that Du Guesclin with all the best lances of France have taken service under the lions and towers of Castile.
He read, too, that Count Beist was rumored to have left for Wiesbaden, and that one need have no more gray hair, and of the sale of a light carriage, and of a young person seeking a situation; but these items of information did not give him, as usual, a quiet, ironical gratification.
This was not first time that Apple and LG were rumored to work together back in October, the two tech giants were already rumored to collaborate.
The first feature that seems to be rumored from every site on the Internet is a change to the dock connector in the next iPhone.
A speaker at CB Richard Ellis's annual Downtown Market Forecast Breakfast last Friday, Silverstein, it was rumored, would make a much awaited announcement regarding the completion of a big lease at 7 WTC.
Marcus McBride is rumored to be the first of the new riders.
Nevada Las Vegas' rumored interest in Cal State Northridge coach Bobby Braswell is mutual, according to one source.
Find this 1995 Advocate article on the rumored homosexuality of Hollywood celebs in its entirety at www.
Levin convincingly demonstrates that these rumors and claims occurred most frequently in the early years of Elizabeth's reign, when the public was particularly anxious over having a woman ruler, and in the late years, when (the rumored illegitimate children notwithstanding) Elizabeth was too old to produce an heir.