more than one

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Noah looked eagerly about him for the Dodger; but although there were several women who would have done very well for that distinguished character's mother or sister, and more than one man who might be supposed to bear a strong resemblance to his father, nobody at all answering the description given him of Mr.
But poverty can be praised in more than one way, and the radical novelists' praise of deprivation has a very different spin from that of the conservative pamphleteers.
Yet th ere was more than one crisis between Rome's fall and England's rise.
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