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Hence the author attaches particular importance to the public knowing for a certainty that the chapters here added have not been made expressly for this reprint.
Here he comes at last," she added, holding out both her hands to the young man who was making his somewhat difficult way towards them.
You do talk very nicely, Phebe, I've observed it, and grammar will help you, and show you some things are right and others ain't are not, I mean," added Rose, correcting herself, and feeling that she must mind her own parts of speech if she was to serve as an example for Phebe.
And then you have added so much to it yourself, you are always buying books.
Two added to one--if that could but be done," It said, "with one's fingers and thumbs
What a charming child," she added, addressing the mother.
These houses were large and much better than the caves and trees, and everybody had a better time of it because the men had added their strength together and become a tribe.
she added, suddenly, seeing with a woman's instinctive quickness of penetration the danger of totally renouncing her personal influence over him.
But," he added, with an air of chagrin, which he endeavored, though unsuccessfully, to conceal, "had I been aware that what I then believed a soldier's conduct could be so construed, shame would have been added to the list of reasons.
And, in that case, it seems to me that it would be hard to say that we had not crossed it," added Kennedy.
You might just as well say,' added the March Hare, `that "I like what I get" is the same thing as "I get what I like"
I never meddle save with what concerns me, and I know how to make believe that I haven't seen what does not concern me; but I hate hypocrites, and among that number I place musketeers who are abbes and abbes who are musketeers; and," he added, turning to Porthos "here's a gentleman who's of the same opinion as myself.