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In his testimony before the coroner he explained that having no latchkey and not caring to disturb the sleeping servants, he had, with no clearly defined intention, gone round to the rear of the house.
At this moment the peak was clearly defined against the sky.
By the beginning of August Helene's affairs were clearly defined and she wrote a letter to her husband- who, as she imagined, loved her very much- informing him of her intention to marry N.
It had its unwritten laws, and they were as clearly defined and as strict as any that could be found among the printed statues of the land.
Emma Jane had disposed of three single cakes, Rebecca of three small boxes; for a difference in their ability to persuade the public was clearly defined at the start, though neither of them ascribed either success or defeat to anything but the imperious force of circumstances.
The circumference of Copernicus formed almost a perfect circle, and its steep escarpments were clearly defined.
That he would return to the attack as soon as possible she knew; and the next time she must have her attitude clearly defined one way or the other.
Maybe it is easier for two nations to come to terms when the strife has arisen out of some question of material interests," said the justice of the peace; "while wars undertaken with the idea of supporting dogmas are bound to be interminable, because the object can never be clearly defined.
To those developed and clearly defined muscles starting from his face, to his hair matted with sweat, to the energetic heaving of his chin and shoulders, it was impossible to refuse a certain degree of admiration.
He looked at the clearly defined pouches that showed under his eyes, and they've shocked him.
Not having a very clearly defined notion of what a live board was, Oliver was rather astounded by this intelligence, and was not quite certain whether he ought to laugh or cry.
A clearly defined strategy is a must for the elimination of hard and soft terrorism and extremism from society.