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But before doing this, all those things necessary for the journey had to be carefully arranged in the projectile vehicle.
The travelers being desirous of examing the moon carefully during their voyage, in order to facilitate their studies, they took with them Boeer and Moeller's excellent
Ferguson carefully remarked that they had not gone beyond the second degree of south latitude, nor the twenty-ninth of east longitude.
During the evening, by the light of the fire in the kitchen, Tip carefully rounded all the edges of the joints and smoothed the rough places in a neat and workmanlike manner.
Going straight towards him, he propounded a variety of questions on different subjects, carefully watching the man's countenance as he did so; but not a word or look implied that he had the slightest idea of ever having seen before the person with whom he was then conversing.
When it has become cooled I will place it in a small bottle; but meantime I must watch it carefully, lest a gust of wind blow it away or scatter it.
Very carefully he placed the Powder of Life in the gold bottle and then locked it up in a drawer of his cabinet.
Rouletabille opened the door of his room and after we had passed in, carefully drew the bolt.
By that I do not mean that the story is all true, but that by reading it carefully we can find out much about the daily lives of our forefathers in their homes across the seas.
Preserve it carefully, then, Miss Morstan, for it may prove to be of use to us.
Her father put his hand on her hair, but she caught his wrist and lifted it carefully away, talking to him rapidly.
Slowly and carefully, therefore, I gained my feet, only to see that my watcher did the same; cautiously I advanced toward him, finding that by moving with a shuffling gait I could retain my balance as well as make reasonably rapid progress.