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They had the soap company's circular from which to arrange a proper speech, and they had, what was still better, the remembrance of a certain patent-medicine vender's discourse at the Milltown Fair.
By that circular, it appears that precisely such a chart is in course of completion; and portions of it are presented in the circular.
Then the wretched rabble of the Isosceles, planless and leaderless, are either transfixed without resistance by the small body of their brethren whom the Chief Circle keeps in pay for emergencies of this kind; or else more often, by means of jealousies and suspicions skilfully fomented among them by the Circular party, they are stirred to mutual warfare, and perish by one another's angles.
And then he perceived that, very slowly, the circular top of the cylinder was rotating on its body.
From the high dome of this mighty apartment a huge circular column extended to the floor, and as I watched I saw that it slowly revolved.
There was a complete vaulted arch overhanging us, and our ascent was changed to a circular walk.
She arranged the tapestry behind us so as completely to shut out the light in the circular room.
Every house has a small garden before it, with a circular path, a sun-dial, and twenty-four cabbages.
It appeared to be a printed circular, with some lines in pencil added on the empty page.
This was especially the case in Sydney, where, from the heart of the fair city, down the vista of important streets, could be seen the wool- clippers lying at the Circular Quay - no walled prison-house of a dock that, but the integral part of one of the finest, most beautiful, vast, and safe bays the sun ever shone upon.
In brief - distinct grounds, and vivid circular or cycloid figures, of no meaning, are here Median laws.
About us the vast circular coliseum was packed to its full capacity.